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Page 7 The Sundance Times thursday, December 4, 201 Turkeys spotted at the library Crook County Library's "Thanksgiving" storytime was on November 26. There was no school that day, so the crowd was a little small. The kids enjoyed Thanksgiving stories, finger plays and activities. Everyone made their own fancy turkey! Veterans honored at dinner Grace received a Certificate of ning's entertainment was pro- Appreciation from the ALA De- vided by the Sundance Commu- partment of Wyoming for her nity Handbell Choir, directedby Americanism essay. The eve- Janet Lake. Local veterans were honored at the Annual Veteran's Dinner on November 15. The potluck dinner is held annually by the Sundance American Legion Auxiliary and is open to the public. Donna Allen, president of the Auxiliary, presided over the festivities. Jack Lake, pres- ident of the Sundance Ameri- can Legion Post, expressed his gratitude for her efforts. , A.!so .honored at this year's eht  were  Grace d Faith Anderson, daughters of Gary and Zeta Anderson. Faith was presented with a certificate as the Northwestem Division #1 winner with her Poppy Poster. ......... Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commission opened the Ferguson Subdivi- sion (Residential Minor Sub- division) Review Hearing. Tim Lyons provided a Subdivision Review Report to the commis- sion members. Discussion was held. Vice-Chairman, Dennis R. McGirr made a mo- tion to accept the subdivision application and recommend subdivision approval to the Board of County Commission- ers; Robert W. Olver seconded the motion which carried. Chairman, Roger Connett opened discussion concern- ing proposed Mailboxes with- in County Road Right of Way Policy. Morgan Ellsbury, Road & Bridge Foreman explained the intent of the proposed policy and answered ques- tions from the commission members. Robert W. Olver made a motion to accept the policy as written and recom- mend approval to the Board of County Commissioners; Vice- Chairman, Dennis R. McGirr seconded the motion which carried. Old Business - Chairman, Roger Connett opened discussion concerning the amendments for the Minor Subdivision Regulation; no ac- tion was taken. Chairman, Roger Connett then asked if there was any other business items; hearing none he asked if there was a motion to adjourn; Vice-Chair- man, Dennis R. McGirr made a motion to adjourn the meet- ing; Robert W. Olver seconded the motion which carried. The Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commis- sion regular monthly meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m. Next Regular Meeting - De- cember 8, 2014, at 7 p.m. in the Crook County Courthouse Jury Room, Sundance, Wyo- ming. Submitted by Administrator Timothy R. Lyons Members Present: Chairman Roger Connett, Vice-Chairman Dennis R. McGirr, Becky Roll - by phone, Robert W. Olver, Dave Osborne - by phone; Visitors: Paul Ferguson, Paul Mikelson, Robert Tarno; Staff: Tim Lyons, Road and Bridge Foreman Morgan Ellsbury, County Attorney Joe Baron The regular meeting of the Crook County Land Use Plan- ning & Zoning Commission was called to order Novem- ber 10, 2014, at 7:02 p.m. by Chairman, Roger Connett. Adopt of the Agenda - Chair- man, Roger Connett asked if there were any amendments to the agenda hearing none; the agenda was adopted as written by unanimous con- sent. Approval of the Minutes - Chairman, Roger Connett asked for a motion to approve the minutes from the regu- lar meeting held October 20, 2014, as distributed. Becky Rolf made a motion to approve the minutes; Vice-Chairman, Dennis R. McGirr seconded the motion which carried. New Business - Chairman, Roger Connett Neighbors Library gets new state-of- the art tectlnology .... lip ! Members of the Sundance Friends of the Library with the new Microfilm Reader/Printer - Marjorie Goodson, Diane Leslie, Jeanne Wyatt, Linda Rogers and Jeanette Smith. State-of-the-art technology has come to Crook County Library in the form of a new ST ViewScan Digital Microfilm and Microfiche Scanner System. It replaces an old Minolta RP603Z microfilm reader/printer, which was over 20 years old. The microfilm reader/printer is housed at the main library in Sundance and is used by patrons and staff doing research in our newspaper microfilm or genealogical micro- film obtained through interlibrary loan. The old system was for in-library use only; the new system can be accessed remotely from all branch libraries or a patron's home com- puter. The mission of the Crook County Public Li- brary System is to "enable the people of Crook County to cherish their history and expand their personal horizons through free and eas- ily accessible information and services." This ST ViewScan System will allow ALL our staff and patrons to "read" microfilm via the in- ternet, whether they are located at the main library, one of our branches in Moorcroft or Hulett, or on their own home computer. They will have the ability not only to view the images, but to print, email or save them as well. The system uses digital technology and high-end camera optics, enabling images that have deteriorated to be "cleaned up." We are currently building a collection of microfilm on ALL newspapers in the county, back to their initial issues. Even though the early papers are available online through the Wyoming Newspaper Project, there are still several decades worth of papers that are only available through microfilm. Funding for this new system came from the library budget, a McMurry grant from the Wy- oming Community Foundation and a $2000 donation from the Sundance Friends of the Library. Search: ' continued from page I morning, in daylight. The pair met with a Civil Air Pa- trol team from South Dakota in Belle Fourche on Sunday morning at 7 a.m. The ground team headed west on Hwy 212 into Wyo- ming, ending up at the lon- gitude and latitude of one of the several readings received from the emergency beacon, which was located on a pri- vate ranch. By 10 a.m., CAP aircraft from South Dakota Sundance Laureate Tau BY GAlL KAISER, RECORDING SECRETARY The 319 meeting of the Sundance Laureate Tau PL2073 Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on November 24, 2014, at the Sundance State Bank meeting room at 7 p.m. with Kari VanLuvan as our hostess. We had ten of our twelve members present plus two guests. We enjoyed Kari's program of involving all of us in a murder mystery! Kari served delicious cherTy cheesecake along with other goodies. Our next meeting will be our Christmas party which will be held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 8, 2014, at the Sun- dance State Bank meeting room. Please bring a gift un- der $20 to exchange and an ugly Christmas ornament. You may win a prize for your ugly ornamentl A light meal will be prepared by the com- mittee of Carol, Janel and Shannon. We will also have a short business meeting. and Wyoming were in the air, searching either' for the plane or its wreckage. "It's rough terrain with lots of gullies and ridges - he could have been in any of them, and it's hard for a plane to see," says Stahla. One of the search planes eventually headed north and west into Montana, locating the aircraft in Carter County, near Alzada. Hodge and Stah- la did not follow as the site was outside Crook County ju- risdiction, says the sheriff. Kovarik was found deceased at the crash site. The reason for the crash has not yet been confirmed, says Stahla. Call us today for your FREE Security Analysis Smoke & Fire Alarm Systems Complete Systems with Local Monitoring . 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