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table of CONTENTS ● rene’s ● nwc

ramblings ............................................... 4

music performance................................ 5

● christmas ● holiday ● meet

light tours ....................................... 6

home tour ............................................ 7

the quake ............................................. 8-9

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The Christmas Light Tours are Dec. 19-24 in Cody.

● diversions........................................................... 13 ● nutcracker .......................................................... 14

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•Cody Music Club Program and Silver Tea, 1:30 p.m., Cody United Methodist Church. •Rude Diary, 6 p.m., Silver Dollar. •Doug Hunter, 6 p.m., Cassie’s Piano Bar. •Karaoke, 7 p.m., VFW Hall. •Quake hockey, 7:30 p.m., Riley Arena. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar. •West the Band, 9 p.m., Cassie’s.

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•Santa’s Workshop, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., The Commons.

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•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.

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•Wreaths Across America, 10 a.m., Riverside Cemetery. •Cody Newcomers meeting, 11 a.m., Sunset House. •Santa House, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m., City Park. •Public Skate, 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Riley Arena. •Service of Remembrance, 3 p.m., Ballard Funeral Home. •Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre’s 16th Annual Nutcracker, 4 p.m., Wynona Thompson Auditorium. •Doug Hunter, 6 p.m., Cassie’s Piano Bar. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar. •West the Band, 9 p.m., Cassie’s.

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•Heart Mountain Interpretive Center Holiday Open House, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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•Holiday Home Tour, 1-4 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. •Santa House, 1-4 p.m., City Park. •Fiddler Jam, 1-5 p.m., Cassie’s. •Rocky Mountain Dance Theatre’s 16th Annual Nutcracker, 4 p.m., Wynona Thompson Auditorium. •Doug Hunter, 6 p.m., Cassie’s Piano Bar. •Cody Chorale Christmas Program, 7:30 p.m., Cody United Methodist Church.

Thursday, Dec. 19

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•Tops Chapter 169, 5:30 p.m., Gottsche Rehab Center.

•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.

Monday, Dec. 16

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•Monday Mojitos, 8th Street at the Ivy. •Public Skate, 1-2 p.m. and 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena.

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•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.

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•Public Skate, 1-2 p.m., Riley Arena. •Stick and Puck, 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena. •The Blues – Natural Approaches to Depression, 6 p.m., 1708 Stampede Ave. Ste. C. To reserve a seat call 587-5591.

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•Christmas in Meeteetse, 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

•Business Buzz Presentation & Free Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., NWC Center for Training and Development.

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•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild. •Kids Shopppe at Messiah Lutheran, 9 a.m.-noon, church basement. •Book Signing with Linda Sommerville, 4-6 p.m., Red Lodge Books and Tea.

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•Figure Skating Holiday Show, 1-4 p.m., Riley Arena.

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•Public Skate, noon-2 p.m., Riley Arena. •Stick and Puck, 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena. •Cody Trolley Lighted Christmas Tours, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 per person. For reservations call 527-7043. •West the Band, 9 p.m., Cassie’s.

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•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.

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•Santa House, 5-8 p.m., City Park. •Cody Trolley Lighted Christmas Tours, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 per person. For reservations call 527-7043. •Public Skate, 5:30-7 p.m., Riley Arena. •Doug Hunter, 6 p.m., Cassie’s Piano Bar. •Karaoke, Soaring Peak. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar. •West the Band, 9 p.m., Cassie’s.

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•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild. •Rock Creek Artists Miniature Exhibit reception, 4-8 p.m., Carbon County Arts Guild.

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•Public Skate, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Riley Arena. •Santa House, 1-4 p.m., City Park. •Open Figure Skating, 1:30-3 p.m., Riley Arena. •Adult Drop-in, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Riley Arena. •Cody Trolley Lighted Christmas Tours, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 per person. For reservations call 527-7043.

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•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.

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•Monday Mojitos, 8th Street at the Ivy. •Public Skate, 1-2 p.m. and 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena. •Santa House, 5-8 p.m., City Park. •Cody Trolley Lighted Christmas Tours, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 per person. For reservations call 527-7043. •Modern Western Square Dance, 7-9 p.m., Christ Episcopal Church.

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•Public Skate, 1-2 p.m., Riley Arena. •Stick and Puck, 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena. •Cody Trolley Lighted Christmas Tours, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 per person. For reservations call 527-7043.

•Open Figure Skating, 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena. •Santa House, 5-7:30 p.m., City Park.

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•Public Skate, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Riley Arena. •Santa House, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m., City Park. •Stick and Puck, 3-5:30 p.m., Riley Arena. •Cody Trolley Lighted Christmas Tours, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 per person. For reservations call 527-7043. •Doug Hunter, 6 p.m., Cassie’s Piano Bar. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar.

•5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.

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•Public Skate, 1-2 p.m., Riley Arena. •Stick and Puck, 4-5 p.m., Riley Arena. •5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, Carbon Country Arts Guild.


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ramblings By: René Huge

Snowboard garb passes test when braving bitter temps Celebrate winter. Might as well, being that once again it has arrived with a furor and apparently has no intention of leaving anytime soon. It always takes a little while to get used to the idea. Most years the departure from summer is all too abrupt for me to feel particularly warm and fuzzy about winter’s arrival. I kind of have to curse it just a smidge before I embrace it (Totally passive aggressive, I know.). Seems I never feel like I’ve gotten enough summer before, once again, fall blows summer right off the calendar and escorts blustery winter right in our doors with nary an invitation. Just barges right in, year after year, like it owns the place. Well, I think it’s safe to say this year’s been no exception. It has definitely barged right in. Winter just raged down on us leaving a snowcovered, ice-packed trail of busted water pipe tears. But after the first four days of subzero temps I began to acclimate. Suddenly minus 21 didn’t seem so frigid after all.

Then, after about six days we finally rose above the zero-degree mark. As soon as we all heard the gusty knocks of wind at the door we immediately knew what was coming. A double-edged sword was at our doorstep. The wind meant windchill. Extra Brrrrrr … but, it also meant warmer weather blowing in. Hard to be too bitter about that. Toss the windchill on top of the arctic temps and the balmy 18 degrees on my thermometer today couldn’t hold a candle to minus 18. I found myself wistfully and laughingly yearning for the extreme cold, sans wind, like a few days ago. I guess we can just curl up into little balls, tuck ourselves away somewhere warm and cozy and deny winter exists, while our furnaces blasts out heat full time and we continue to pay exorbitant heat bills. Or we can venture out, turn the heat down while we’re gone, generate our own while we embrace the weather – celebrate the fabulous snow conditions that haven’t been subjected to the warming/cooling phenomena that turns

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snow into ice into slush into ice, etc. There’s been none of that and for ski areas that require snowpack – that has been an awesome thing. We’ve got it. In fact, we snowboarded at our lovely little Sleeping Giant Ski Area last weekend (yes, I too, like you, take ownership of our community-owned ski area) and couldn’t believe how amazing the snow conditions were. Yea, we were two of maybe 30 people (including their fabulous staff) on the mountain who dared to brave the minus 16 degree temperature at our own private ski area. I feared maybe I’d lost my marbles (again). What the heck were we doing? I recently heard you’ve got about 30 minutes exposed in those temperatures before you start to experience detrimental effects. I wasn’t interested in becoming a statistic. I hardly noticed. First of all, I test drove my new snowboarding garb and found it passed the cold test. That made me infinitely happy. I’ve spent many a chairlift ride or day on a ski hill chilled to the tips of my toes and nose, but Saturday was not one of those days. And I learned short chairlift rides and quick runs are ideal in cold temps. You don’t have enough time to get too cold going either direction. Throw in a little hiking up a snowy, powder-covered mountain and you are all warmed up. I had five layers on top. At one point I had both coats unzipped, my two zip-Ts unzipped,

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neck gaiter tucked away and I was still sweating bullets. It was 4 degrees. I was practically naked by earlier comparisons. Once again affirming the ideology I quickly learned and embraced upon moving here almost 20 years ago – get out and play. If you don’t get out and play in the elements no matter how extreme, you are not going to have as much fun as you could. I highly recommend it. One of the greatest things about living here is the accessibility to fun and adventure all year round. Gear up and get out, even in the arctic-like conditions. It’s all kinds of goodness.

Mbide Mandela July 18, 1918 – December 5, 2013

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Guitar, percussion ensembles perform free show Dec. 17 at NWC’s Nelson House

Two Northwest College ensembles will perform a diverse mix of classical, flamenco and African music at a 7:30 p.m. performance, Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the NWC Foundation’s Nelson House. Under the tutelage of Ed Cook, the Guitar Ensemble performs Bach’s “Minuet in G” and “Now Let Us to the Bagpipes Sound” plus Lecuona’s familiar “Malagueña.” Ensemble students are Logan Michaels, Torey Moore and Zach Peabody. Earl i er i n the semester, African master drummer and artist-in-residence Sowah Mensah conducted several workshops for students in the music department. The Percussion

Ensemble carries forward some of that work with two musical styles of the Akan people of Ghana. They’ll perform “Adenkum,” a woman’s repertoire of songs teaching social values, with accompaniment on the calabash gourds, and “Devitukui,” played on the atenteben, a bamboo flute from Ghana. Joseph Jones, Britton Liedtke, Josh Roerig, Jordan Scheuerman and Kianna Shaffer make up the ensemble. The Nelson House is located at 550 College Drive, across the street from the Northwest College Nelson Performing Arts Center. Admission to this evening of guitar and percussion is free and open to the public.

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The 13th annual Cody Trolley Christmas Light Tours will be Dec. 19-24. During the 50-minute ride, they try to visit as many well-lit neighborhoods as possible. The family fun event will feature free hot chocolate, cider and cookies. Attendees also will sing carols while taking in the Christmas lights around Cody. People should dress warmly. They can expect to see many homes entered in the lighting contest. The lighting contest The Christmas Light Tours will leave from the Eastgate parking lot at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. from Dec. 19-24. The tours was started as a way will visit as many well-lit neighborhoods as possible. to encourage people to decorate their homes for the holidays. Today, many Cody people go all out when decorating their homes or businesses with hundreds or even thousands of lights for the Christmas season. They might create intricate displays or set their lights to a musical timer. The lighting contest is judged by a committee and cash prizes are awarded for the top three residential and business displays. An honorary “Trolley Rider’s Favorite” award is also given out after votes from tour-takers are tallied. The tours will leave from the Eastgate parking lot on 17th Street at 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19-24. Because tours fill quickly, advanced reservations are needed. Call 527-7043 or visit codytrolleytours.com to reserve seats. Cost is $9 per person. Children 4 or younger are free.


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Kathy Payne (left) and her friend Dawn Garrison visit with David Fike as they tour his and his wife Mary Jean’s home during the Park County Arts Council Holiday Home Tour last year. This year’s tour is Sunday, Dec. 15.

The Purchase your tickets now for the annual Park County Arts Council Holiday Home Tour. The event will be Sunday, Dec. 15, from 1-4 p.m. Five houses have been selected with a variety of old and new construction, unusual designs or interesting decorating approaches. Houses on the tour are located at 1420 Meadowlane Avenue, 23 Goshawk, 2551 Central Avenue, 903 10th Street and 111 West Sarah Lane. Advanced tickets are $15 and are available at the Cody and Powell chambers, Meeteetse Visitor’s Center, The Thistle and Cody Newsstand. Tickets also are available at the door of the homes included on the tour for $20. For more information contact Steve Schrepferman, 899-6693.

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EdisoN ELdEr, Defense Age: 20 Hometown: Rock Springs Nickname: Captain America Favorite team: Yellowstone Quake Like about Cody: The community

JAmEs PyLE, Forward Age: 19 Hometown: Big Lake, Minn. Nickname: Gomer Favorite team: Minnesota Wild Like about Cody: The mountains

JosH NEumANN, Defense

sAwyEr sCANLAN, Center

Age: 19 Hometown: Detroit, Mich. Nickname: Neumann Favorite team: Detroit Red Wings Like about Cody: The great outdoors

Age: 18 Hometown: St. Paul, Minn. Nickname: John Wall Favorite teams: Atlanta Thrashers Like about Cody: The mountains

miTCHELL FEHd, Forward Age: 18 Hometown: Gilbert, Ariz. Nickname: Fehderr Favorite team: Nashville Predators Like about Cody: The view

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CAsE HANsEN, Goal Age: 19 Hometown: Rochester, Minn. Nickname: Sieve, Casedilla Favorite team: Minnesota Gophers Like about Cody: The mountains


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TrENT CArTEr, Forward Age: 19 Hometown: Charlotte, N.C. Nickname: Carter Favorite team: Mighty Ducks Like about Cody: Gary and Debbie Driesel’s residence

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THomAs TooHEy, Forward Age: 20 Hometown: North Branch, Minn. Nickname: Toohey Favorite team: Minnesota Wild Like about Cody: Cody – need I say more

Spread eparate file Jimmy TiCH, Forward

Age: 18 Hometown: Andover, Minn. Nickname: Flash Favorite team: University of Minnesota Like about Cody: The view, how nice people are

sEAN LEAHy, Goal Age: 17 Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis. Nickname: Black Panther Favorite team: Detroit Red Wings Like about Cody: The mountains

miCHAEL mcCuLLEN, Forward

Age: 18 Hometown: Bloomington, Minn. Nickname: Bear Spray Favorite team: Detroit Red Wings Like about Cody: The mountains

TrEy KrAuT, Defense Age: 17 Hometown: Cody Nickname: Meathead Favorite team: Colorado Avalanche Like about Cody: T-courts

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Age: 19 Hometown: Wenatchee, Wash. Nickname: Socket Favorite team: Detriot Red Wings Like about Cody: The scenery

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Age: 19 Hometown: Sutton, Mass. Nickname: Garv Favorite team: Boston Bruins Like about Cody: The views

CoNNor sCovEL, Defense Age: 19 Hometown: Cody Nickname: Scoves Favorite team: Buffalo Sabres Like about Cody: The people

Age: 19 Hometown: Seoul, Korea Nickname: Donger Favorite team: Pittsburg Penguins Like about Cody: Deb Simpson

TJAy LoziEr, Forward Age: 20 Hometown: Cody Nickname: Lozier Favorite team: Detroit Red Wings Like about Cody: It’s home

rEEd KAisEr, Center Age: 17 Hometown: Cody Nickname: Kaiser Favorite team: Colorado Avalanche Like about Cody: Where I grew up

Cosimo yAPELLo, Defense Age: 17 Hometown: Mahtomedi, Minn. Nickname: DP Favorite team: Minnesota Wild Like about Cody: Heart Mountain

CAmEroN HArdiEK, Defense Age: 20 Hometown: Arvada, Colo. Nickname: Cam Favorite team: Detroit Red Wings Like about Cody: The people, and it’s a small town


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RED LODGE, MT your dininG estaBlishment could Be here old piney dell restaurant & Bar (at rock creek resort) HRS: Thursday-Monday: 5-9pm, Sun Brunch: 8:30am-12:30pm • rockcreekresort.com vintaGe one at the pollard • thepollard.net HRS: Breakfast–7 days a week: 7-11am, Sun: 7am-12pm • Dinner: Thurs-Mon: 5:30-9pm (closed Tues & Wed) prindy’s place HRS: 7 days a week: 6am-2pm puB at the pollard • thepollard.net WINTER HRS: Tues-Sat: 4-10pm (closed Sun & Mon)

Call The Enterprise 307-587-2231 800-667-1119 5 mi. S. of Red Lodge 406-446-0001 2 N. Broadway Ave. 406-446-0225 407 S. Broadway 406-446-0001 2 N. Broadway Ave.

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dining guide Cody

AdriAno’s itAliAn restAurAnt Authentic Italian Cuisine, The Best Steak in Town , and Homegrown Western Hospitality. It doesn’t get any better than that at Adrianos Italian Restaurant. Comfortable Atmosphere, Full Bar, Extensive Wine list, and Great Service await your night out in downtown Cody, Wyoming. Owner and Chef Chrissy Linderman has put together an awesome Italian Menu, including Veal Marsala, Shrimp Florentine, Vino Bianco Chicken Scaloppini, Homemade Lasagna, Sausage and Peppers and more. On the Western side enjoy the Ace’s High Ribeye Steak, High Noon New York Steak, or the Fist Full of Flatiron Steak, served with your favorite pasta. Great place for a family occasion or that intimate couple dining. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, 11:00 a.m.10:00 p.m.. 1244 Sheridan Avenue, Downtown Cody Wyoming. (307) 527-7320 for reservations or takeout.

the BreAdBoArd Since 1978 the Breadboard’s been serving the people of Wyoming great food in Cody, Lander, Riverton and Buffalo. Our family owned restarurants serve the highest quality sandwiches and soups prepared with the freshest ingredients around. Our freshly baked breads and homemade bagels are spectacular. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 6 days a week. Discover what the locals already know: The Breadboard Rocks! 1725 17th Street in Cody -- at the top of the hill. (307) 527-5788.

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Built by Buffalo Bill in 1902, the Irma still caters to locals and visitors alike. See the famous cherry wood bar given to Buffalo Bill by Queen Victoria. Memorable family dining featuring delectable prime rib. Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets plus traditional menu. Visit the Silver Saddle Saloon and enjoy Wyoming brewed hospitality. In the heart of Cody, 1192 Sheridan Ave. (307) 587-4221.

At the Silver Dollar Bar you can enjoy fine entertainment and grab some great food. Daily specials offer great food at great prices. Stop in for chicken, salads, or the “best burgers in the West!” Grillin’ it up from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 7 days a week! Enjoy live music on the patio 7 - 9 p.m. in the summer and then stick around for live bands and dancing. 1313 Sheridan Ave., (307) 527-7666.

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The legendary Proud Cut Saloon has been a staple in the heart of Cody for more than 20 years. Walk right into the “OLD WEST” and enjoy the “KICKASS COWBOY CUISINE”. We offer everything from margaritas to shrimp so big you could saddle ‘em and ride ‘em home. Open 7 days a week! Reservations appreciated. 1227 Sheridan Ave. (307) 527-6905.

rAwhide Coffee ComPAny Located in one of Cody’s historic buildings, in the heart of downtown, Rawhide Coffee Company provides organic fair-trade espresso, lattes, cappucino, chai, teas and coffee. Iced and blended drinks include lattes, coffee, smoothies and granitas. Local homemade desserts, wholesome bagels, oatmeal and more available. Experienced, friendly Baristas customize your order. European endorsed by many. Come relax with a friend, book or your computer (complimentary Wi-Fi). Large, private room fits business meeting needs or small parties. Open M-Sat: 6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m., Sun: 7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 1155 Sheridan Ave., (307) 587-6807.

FOOD! FRIENDS! FUN! We have the NFL Package! Our Pub Style Saloon is a comfortable gathering place to meet your friends or hold business meetings in a smoke-free environment. Enjoy our tasty signature sandwiches, juicy burgers and fresh salads on Tues.-Sat. from 4-9 p.m. and your favorite drink til close. Shop our newly expanded beer, wine and spirits in the liquor store. Don’t see what your looking for? We would be happy to special order it for you. So, stop in and meet Vaughn and Brenna Place in the newly remodeled Soaring Peaks Liquor & Saloon, located at 544 Yellowstone Ave., on Cody’s west strip.

salsa, spicy pork chili, and town favorite homemade hard tacos, it’s like your own Mexican fiesta. Join us Sunday through Monday 7am to 2pm and Tuesday through Saturday 7am to 8pm we’ll satisfy all your Mexican cravings. And don’t forget our amazing breakfasts. We serve everything from traditional huevos rancheros to hearty favorites like biscuits and gravy. Located at 275 N Bent, Pepe’s is always cooking for you. (307) 754-4665.

Red lodge

old Piney dell restAurAnt & BAr Historic and intimate dining room along beautiful Rock Creek. Featuring our famous Weiner Schnitzel, mouth-watering Prime Rib and other culinary delights. Enjoy your favorite beverage in our charmingly rustic bar. Try our fabulous Sunday Brunch 8:30am-1pm. Reservations recommended. 5 miles south of Red Lodge on Highway 212 at Rock Creek Resort. 406-446-1196 • 800-6671119, www.rockcreekresort.com, info@rockcreekresort.com

the PollArd

Powell PePe’s mexiCAn restAurAnt Walk in to Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant and your taste buds will be screaming with delight. With so many authentic Mexican dishes to choose from, like our homemade

Historic hotel in the heart of Red Lodge. Join us for breakfast every morning from 7-11am in our dining room at Vintage One Bistro or for a special treat come to dinner, 5:30pm to 9pm Friday - Tuesday. Try our new menu from our new chef Melissa Davis. Also come visit our Pub at the Pollard. Great food, great friends, great place to be! Open Wednesday Sunday at 11 am. Live music weekly. Call 406-446-0001 for information. www.thepollard.net


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In the Stars

Dec. 15-21 ARIES (March 21-April 19). The higher-minded person realizes at a deep and basic level that all beings are equal. The person who stands up and cheers is as important as the one who is being cheered. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Alexander Pope said, “All seems infected that the infected spy, as all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye.” Be careful not to assume you know how other people experience the world this week. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Someone has to be the quality-control person, but it’s not you. For now, enthusiasm is more important than skill. CANCER (June 22-July 22). There will be a call to action this week. Don’t worry about whether you have what it takes to answer the call effectively. Assume that you do. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Some bond over shared leisure activities, but until you’ve handled all that needs doing, you won’t enjoy playing around. Besides, working hard together is the most effective bonding experience. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You will innovate in response to a demand or possibly to your own feeling that you need more choices. You’ll create a completely original solution. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Situations defined by structure and predictability are not ideal for you. Where can you be the independent, creative force you were born to be? Go there. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The trouble with improving is that it sets the bar higher. Keep this in mind while planning your week. Apply yourself to the area that most desperately needs an upgrade. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). One of the best reasons for declining an invitation is that it’s physically impossible for you to be in two places at once. Your first commitment should be to the things you find important. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). True heroes have a clear understanding of pleasure, pain and risk. Knowing firsthand what it feels like to hurt and what’s at stake, the heroes still put themselves on the line to do the right thing. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Feelings of stress, rejection and awkwardness may seem like dangers to avoid, but they are merely your reaction to a thought and can disappear as fast as you can think a new thought. Acknowledge what real danger is. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). To counteract this week’s negative effects of fashion and consumerism, restate the values you hold sacred. Remember who you are and where you come from. You are a spirit in a material world. If you were born this week this year you’ll prove that not all leaders are egomaniacal. For you, it’s not about power and control, but about seeing people do their best.

Dec. 22-28 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Simplify. If you make that the main goal of your week, you’ll have accomplished something that will help you close out the year strong. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). there’s a wild card who wants your attention. You might not think this person is going to be a key player in your life, but that’s where you’re wrong. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). The game you’re playing has changed. Whatever worked last time will be less effective this time, if it works at all, but a new strategy will give you results beyond what you were hoping for. CANCER (June 22-July 22). With a bit of luck, you’ll wind up with all the knowledge you need to go quickly through the maze knowing the way and having a lot more fun. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’ll describe your problem in detail and be halfway to solving it. Note that complaining and describing a problem are not the same. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You know the secret this week: When in doubt as to how to be witty, the best choice is not to try to be witty at all. More caring and compassion is better. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). This week, as you share a verbal history with loved ones, look back at the pictures, too. Photos will surprise you, bring validity to a story and ultimately serve as a bonding agent. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). There are many trivial enterprises that require remarkable mental processes to master. Using your gifts, keeps them sharp and ready for when you really will need them. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The latter week will be most relaxing. You’ve needed this rest for a while, and it will rejuvenate your spirit. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You don’t need a blank page in order to write a new chapter. Make up a ritual to mark this moment as the start of something important. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Matters of preference will arise. If you’re going to have good taste in something, have good taste in people . PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Can you put your beliefs aside and imagine what it would be like to believe differently? If you can, you’ll see that some of your efforts may be keeping you from what you really want. If you were born this week you’re not afraid of hard work, and you’ll accomplish much because you don’t give too much thought to how hard it will be or how long it will take.

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Getting the perfect gift for everyone on your shopping list doesn’t mean you have to go over-budget. With the tips from the shopping experts at Dollar General, you can celebrate the season affordably without sacrificing the merriment. • Decor: Whether you’re going for a classic look or a modern feel, you can deck the halls stylishly and on-budget at a discount retailer. Make your exterior inviting with a festive wreath and lights. Decorate your tree with a wide selection of ornaments and ribbons, as well as homemade ornaments. Mini trees, snow globes and scented candles can also add cheer in every room. Let the fireplace take center stage and make it glow with mantel décor and stockings on those extra-cold evenings. • Gifts and stocking stuffers: With a large quantity of people on your shopping list from coworkers to cousins and teachers, save time and money by picking up a simple glass jar and filling it with their favorite candies and treats. You can also dress up the gift with a little ribbon and a $1 ornament. And don’t forget about the stocking stuffers. For kids, skip the long lines, high prices and crowds at the toy store, and head to a discount retailer for a wide assortment of brand-name, affordable toys, dolls and electronics.

• Baking: End your holiday meals on a sweet note by baking your own cake and holiday-themed cookies with simple mixes and premade frostings. This not only saves money, but also creates an activity the entire family can enjoy together. • Hosting a crowd: If you will be hosting house guests for a winter party or for several days, stock up on basic household products before everyone arrives. Save by buying toilet paper, paper towels and cleaning items in bulk online and have them delivered to your home for one less stop during the holidays. • Staying Healthy: Avoid the physician this holiday by staying well as the colder temperatures arrive. Drinking lots of water and eating healthy fruits and vegetables can help keep you healthy this inter. Also consider taking a multivitamin to avoid the sniffles of the season. This holiday season give yourself the gift of money in the bank for the New Year. (StatePoint)

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