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Published Weekly - Vol. 35, No. 32 - August 10 - 16, 2011 •


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If you are giving your teen an allowance, you may want to reconsider. A University of Washington study revealed that kids who received an unconditional, regular allowance thought less about money and were not as financially successful as adults. Even kids receiving an allowance for chores had a negative attitude about work. Instead, give your kids opportunities to choose projects around the house and pay them when they successfully complete the job. By associating their choice to work and a payoff for that hard work, they will develop a healthier attitude toward money.

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Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons By Janet Tharpe

Chocolate Cookies Delight with ‘Magic’ Peanut Butter Filling “Chocolate peanut butter cookies with a delicious smooth peanut butter center.” Rebecca Figueroa Union City, NJ (Pop. 80,589)

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Rebecca Figueroa


f you’re like me and love peanut butter, then you’re going to absolutely flip for this recipe! Jersey-gal Rebecca Figueroa wowed the Kitchen Crew with her creative Magic in the Middle Cookies. With smooth and creamy peanut butter filling surrounded by an envelope of chewy chocolate cookie, these yummy delights get high marks all around! See step-by-step photos of Rebecca’s Magic in the Middle Cookies recipe and thousands more recipes from other hometown Americans at:

You’ll also find a meal planner and coupons for the recipe ingredients. Enjoy and remember, use “just a pinch”...

Magic in the Middle Cookies

- Janet

What You Need 1 1/2 c all purpose flour 1/2 c unsweetened cocoa powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 c granulated sugar, plus extra for rolling 1/2 c brown sugar, firmly packed 1 stick of butter, softened 1/4 c smooth peanut butter 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 lg whole egg 1 lg egg yolk 3/4 c smooth peanut butter 3/4 c confectioners’ sugar

• FILLING: In a small bowl, stir together 3/4 cup peanut butter and confectioners sugar until smooth. With floured hands or a teaspoon scoop, roll filling into 26 one-inch balls. • COOKIES: Scoop 1 tablespoon of dough. Make an indentation in the center with your finger and place one peanut butter ball into the indentation Bring cookie dough up and over the filling, pressing the edges together cover the center; roll the cookie in the palms of your hand to smooth it out into ball. Repeat with the remaining dough and filling. Directions • Roll each rounded cookie in granulated • Preheat oven to 375°F. sugar, and place on the prepared baking • Lightly grease (or line with sheets, leaving about 2 inches between parchment) two baking sheets. cookies. • DOUGH: In a medium-sized bowl, • Grease the bottom of a drinking glass, whisk together flour, cocoa, baking soda and salt. In another medium-sized and use it to flatten each cookie to bowl, beat together sugars, butter, and about 1/2-inch thick. 1/4 cup peanut butter until light and • Bake the cookies for 7 - 9 minutes, fluffy. Add vanilla, egg, and egg yolk or until they’re set and you can smell chocolate. - beating to combine - then stir in dry • Remove them from the oven, and cool ingredients, blending well. on a rack. Submitted by: Rebecca Figueroa, Union City, NJ

This Month in History August 12 - 1851 - The first sewing machine designed for home use was invented by Isaac Singer. 1881 - Cecil B. De Mille, producer of more than 70 major films, was born in Ashfield, Massachusetts. 1911 - Cantinflas, Mexico’s most famous comic actor, internationally known for his role in “Around the World in 80 Days,” was born in Mexico City. 1981 - IBM introduced its first personal computer, costing the equivalent of $3000 in today’s money. August 13 - 1860 - Annie Oakley, expert markswoman and performing member of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, was born in Darke County, Ohio. 1899 - English film director Alfred Hitchcock was born in London. 1961 - The Berlin Wall was erected by the East German government, closing the border between east and west sectors of Berlin with barbed wire fence to discourage further population movement to the west. August 14 - 1784 - The first permanent Russian settlement in Alaska was established on Kodiak Island by Grigory Shelikhov, a Russian fur trader. 1880 - The largest Gothic church in northern Europe, the Cologne Cathedral in Germany, was completed, 632 years after rebuilding began in 1248 after a fire. 1893 - The world’s first automobile license plates were issued in Paris, France. 1912 - The first double-decker bus appeared on the streets of New York, making its way up and down Broadway. 1935 - President Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, which contained provisions for the establishment of a Social Security Board to administer federal old-age and survivors’ insurance in the U.S. August 15 - 1769 - French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica. 1870 - Although there was a “Golden Spike” ceremony the year before celebrating the completion of the U.S. Transcontinental Railroad at Promontory Point, Utah, the railway was actually completely connected on this date in Strasburg, Colorado. 1912 - America’s most beloved cooking authority, Julia Child was born in Pasadena, California. 1914 - The Panama Canal officially opened, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. 1969 - Woodstock began in a field near Yasgur’s Farm in Bethel, New York. August 16 - 1896 - Gold was discovered in the Klondike in Alaska, leading to the great Klondike Gold Rush. 1898 - The Roller Coaster was patented. 1948 - Baseball great Babe Ruth died of cancer in New York City at the age of 53. 1977 - Elvis Presley was pronounced dead in Memphis at age 42.

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Prevention Tips: •Make your home look occupied. •Even if for a short time, lock all doors, windows, garages, etc. •Don’t let mail, papers, etc. build up. FEATURED CRIME: •Arrange for lawn to be mowed while Burglary away. •Never leave keys in “secret” hiding Crime Stoppers needs your places, burglars know where to look. help in solving a burglary •Install a burglar alarm system. Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones, CPIW, LUTCF, DAE- Agent Auto-Preferred & SR22’s Home Owners • Renters

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that occurred sometime between 9 p.m. on 7/19/11 and 5:30 a.m. on 7/20/11 at the Campbell County Recreation Center in Wright. An unknown person(s) entered the building and went through the drawers in the front desk area and also stole a safe containing an undisclosed amount of cash, checks and other items. If you have information that can solve this crime or any other crimes, please call Crime Stoppers at 686-0400 or the High School Crime Stoppers at 682-4185. You can remain anonymous and may earn up to $1,000 in reward.

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Specializing in complete women's health care, including normal and high risk pregnancies, 3-4D Ultrasound, infertility & gynecologic surgery. Expertise with out-patient hysterectomy.

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•Birth Control • Pap Smears • STD Testing & Treatment • Emergency Contraception • Pregnancy Tests • Breast Exams • Rapid HIV Testing

Fees on sliding scale • Low Cost Confidential Services. We file insurance 1304 W. 4th Street, Gillette, WY 82716 • 307-682-8110

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1402 W. 4th St. • Gillette, WY • 307-682-2233 • new pAtients welcOme!

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201 W. Lakeway Rd., Ste. 300 • (307) 682-4551 new pAtients welcOme!

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Garry G. Becker, MD; Timothy P. Hallinan, MD; Laura A. Anders, MD Craig W. McCarty, MD; Breck I. McCarty, MD

(All Are Board Certified Family Physicians) (Always a Physician on Call Weekends & Holidays) Offering OB & Newborn Care...Healthcare for All Ages...Wellness Physicals...Women's Health...Injuries...Minor Office Surgeries

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This schedule is subject to change, since unforeseen events cause drive cancellations. For more information call United Blood Services at 605-342-8525. Donors please bring picture I.D. and eat prior to donating. Also we encourage donors to schedule an appointment. You can donate every 8 weeks, that’s 6 times a year. We invite all who are healthy to donate.

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Your Plate


Senior Center menu for the week provided by:

Carroll Hinsdale, General Manager

(307) 682-1126

Campbell County Senior Citizen Center Wed., August 10 Thurs., August 11

Fri., August 12

Liver & Onion or Sweet & Sour Pork Chicken Cordon Bleu Steamed Rice Oven Fried Potatoes Japanese Vegetables Chuckwagon Corn Egg Roll, Fortune Vegetable Salad Cookie. Security State Dinner Roll, Cheesecake Bank Ice Cream Social

Turkey Salad w/Hard Roll, Broccoli/ Cauliflower Salad Pasta Salad Blondie Fresh Fruit

Mon., August 15

Tues., August 16

French Bread Pizza Cloud Peak Energy Sponsored Dinner 3 Bean Salad Chicken Fried Steak, Pickled Beets & Potatoes & Gravy, Corn Onions on the Cob, Tossed Salad, Fresh Orange Biscuit w/Honey, Mixed Chocolate Chip Cookie Berry Cobbler

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Gillette’s Oldest Place To Gather Is One Of Its Newest Places To Get Together!

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1st Annual Big Horn Tire Show & Shine Saturday, August 13, 2011 Buffalo, WY


Why Shop TLC Liquors? Because we have a large selection of wine! And our knowledgeable staff will help you pick the right wine for your occasion.


Poker Run:

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Registration: 8am-10:30am Show & Shine: 10:30am-1pm Poker Run: 1pm-2:30pm Awards: 2:45pm No Registration Fees Food Vendors on Hand Door Prizes & Trophies More Info:

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Serving You Helpings of Helpful Tips For Raising A Thriving Family

Tips For Safe Swimming And Healthy Pools (StatePoint) It’s pool season again -- a time for pool parties and splashing with the kids. It’s also time to share tips on keeping swimming healthy and avoiding recreational water illnesses.

Swimmers requesting test kits are encouraged to upload readings to the Healthy Pools website, which even offers a smart-phone application so swimmers can upload data poolside.

New research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on “Swimmer’s ear” underscores the need for the public to play an active role in ensuring healthy pools. The study indicates “Swimmer’s ear” accounts for 2.4 million doctor visits and nearly $500 million in health care costs annually. The CDC is encouraging swimmers to test pool water for proper chemistry.

Just because you practice clean swimming, doesn’t mean others are as considerate. In a recent survey by the Water Quality & Health Council, nearly one in five adults admitted to urinating in pools and one in three said they don’t shower before swimming.

To help keep swimming fun and healthy this summer, the Water Quality & Health Council is once again making free pool test kits available so swimmers can check pH and chlorine readings. According to the CDC, pools with proper pH and chlorine readings are less likely to harbor bacteria that cause “swimmer’s ear” and germs that cause other recreational water illnesses, including diarrhea and athlete’s foot. Free pool test kits are available at www.healthypools. org/freeteststrips.

Safe splashing is easier if you do your part. Last summer, the council provided more than 43,000 free pool test kits. Data submitted by swimmers who requested kits found that 40 percent of pools had unacceptable levels of chlorine or pH readings. “We’re calling on swimmers to take active roles in keeping pools healthy. We want them to “dip before they dive.” Before getting in a pool, swimmers should dip a color-coded test strip into the water to check its chemistry” says Chris Wiant, chair of the Water Quality &

Health Council. “When Americans head to the pool this summer, they should make packing a pool test strip as routine as packing towels and sunscreen.” When testing pool water, the pH should register between 7.2 and 7.8 and the free chlorine level should be between 1.0 and 4.0 parts per million. If readings are outside these ranges, pool staff should be notified immediately. Pool operators should check disinfectant levels and pH at least twice daily.

In addition to using pool test kits, swimmers can use their senses to check for signs of healthy pools. Swimmers should be able to: •See through water to the floor of the pool •Hear pool cleaning equipment •Smell no harsh chemical odor •Feel no sliminess on pool tiles For more on preventing recreational water illnesses, visit or

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Unique Ways to Save on School Supplies When it comes to school, costs are rising across the board. Though tuition hikes get most of the publicity, additional expenses associated with school can add up as well, and school supplies are no exception. Though it was once easy to send kids off to school with a pencil case, a couple of notebooks and a few other accessories, today's students live in a digital world, and their teachers often rely on technology to supplement lesson plans. As a result, the cost of school supplies is higher than ever before, and parents are left looking for ways to give kids the tools they need without breaking the bank. To do just that, consider the following tips. * Sign up for coupons on retailer Web sites. When consumers purchase a product online, prior to finalizing the purchase many online retailers ask consumers to check a box if they would like to receive e-mail newsletters and coupons. Parents who sign up for such newsletters and coupons can save substantial amounts of money and might even be privy to special sales not available to the general public. In some cases, it's not even necessary to make a purchase to receive the newsletters and coupons. Shoppers simply visit the Web site of their favorite online retailers and sign up to be notified of any deals or sales. * Coordinate with teachers ahead of time. Parents should consult their child's teacher before school begins and throughout the year to determine if there are any special projects or reports coming up that require certain supplies. For instance, kids might need costly graphing calculators next semester. If parents are given advance notice, they can shop around to get the best deal. Talk to local school officials to see if it's possible to make a list

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of school supplies available at the end of the year instead of at the very beginning. If so, this gives parents several months to shop around for the best deals. * Do your own homework. Parents of collegebound kids might think an e-reader would make the ideal gift, saving kids the trouble of lugging all those books around campus. However, parents should do their homework before making any such purchases. That's because not all textbooks are available as e-books, and kids might end up having to buy hard copies of their textbooks anyway. Before kids head off to college, examine their first semester schedule and then look online for each class' corresponding syllabus. If most of their required textbooks are available as e-books, then an e-reader might make a great gift. If not, think of something else. * Don't make the bottom line the determining factor. Whether a student is in grade school, high school or college, his or her school supplies tend to undergo more than their fair share of wear and tear. So parents looking to save on school supplies should consider that when shopping. Though the less expensive backpack might seem more affordable, make sure it can withstand the test of time and all the wear and tear that comes with being a student's backpack. If not, it will likely need to be replaced before the school year is out, which can end up costing more money in the long run. * Recycle school supplies. School supplies can be recycled. At the end of each semester or school year, perform an inventory of existing school supplies. If last semester's notebooks were hardly used, there's no need to buy new ones for the new semester. Similarly, parents who have a couple of students in their household can embrace hand-me-down school supplies just like they do with clothes. If one child finishes the school year but didn't quite use up all of their supplies, save those supplies for the day when their younger siblings end up in the same class.


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What Rhymes with Sing?

Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons By Janet Tharpe

Keep Cool with Refreshing Basil-Infused Watermelon Lemonade “Wow, this is an incredible tasting lemonade!!!”











Some answers: bring, cling, ding, fling, king, ring, string, swing, thing, wing

The Show Must Go On Imagine trying to play and write music while going deaf? Seems impossible, doesn’t it? That is exactly what Ludwig van Beethoven did. Beethoven slowly began losing his hearing in his late 20s. He continued to compose, conduct and perform, using a variety of hearing aids, including one that allowed him to feel the vibrations of his piano. By 1815, Beethoven’s hearing loss had become so bad he had to stop performing in public. By 1821, he had become completely deaf. Beethoven continued to compose, creating several more works, up until his death in 1827.


othing says summertime quite like good ole’ fashioned lemonade, and with warm weather hanging on for weeks - maybe months - to come, this delightful drink will cool you down like nothing else! This yummy Basil-Infused Watermelon Lemonade is perfectly earthy and refreshing. Hosting an outdoor party? This is a menu must. See step-by-step photos of Kim Biegacki’s Basil-infused Watermelon Lemonade recipe and thousands more recipes from other hometown Americans at:

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Children’s Song Challenge Hundreds of songs have been written for kids, many of which you may have heard or sang. How much do you know about children’s songs? Take this quiz and find out. 1) “Bingo” tells the story of a farmer’s cat. Fact or Fiction? 2) The mouse stands alone in “The Farmer in the Dell.” Fact or Fiction? 3) Mama is going to buy baby a ruby ring in “Hush, Little Baby.” Fact or Fiction? 4) The teapot is short and stout in “I’m a Little Teapot.” Fact or Fiction? 5) Sally is told to blow her horn in “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.” Fact or Fiction? 6) The lamb followed Mary to school in “Mary Had a Little Lamb.’ Fact or Fiction? 7) The narrator has a flute in “Oh Susanna.” Fact or Fiction? 8) The narrator lost a meatball when someone coughed in “On Top of Spaghetti.” Fact or Fiction? 9) The elephant chased the weasel in “Pop Goes the Weasel.” Fact or Fiction? 10) The narrator wants peanuts and Cracker Jack in “Take Me Out to the Ball Game!” Fact or Fiction?


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Answers: 1) Fiction, the song is about a farmer’s dog, 2) Fiction, the cheese stands alone, 3) Fiction, Mama is going to buy baby a diamond ring, 4) Fact, 5) Fiction, Dinah is told to blow her horn, 6) Fact, 7) Fiction, the narrator has a banjo, 8) Fiction, the narrator lost the meatball when someone sneezed, 9) Fiction, the monkey chased the weasel, 10) Fact

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Kim Biegacki

List 10 words that rhyme with “sing.”

- Janet

What You Need 1 c water

• Combine 1 cup of water and • Add sliced lemons pitcher and drink glasses with a sprig sugar in a small saucepan; of the basil for garnish.) bring to a boil. Reduce heat, and simmer for 5 minutes • VARIATION: Add about or until sugar dissolves. 8 ice cubes to blender. Remove from heat. Stir in And if you don’t place the basil; chill 1 hour. watermelon juice through • Strain sugar mixture through sieve, it will be more like a frozen lemonade or virgin a sieve over a bowl, and margarita. discard basil. Submitted by: Kim Biegacki, Warren, OH

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• Place watermelon in a blender; process until 3/4 c sugar smooth. Pour watermelon puree through a fine sieve 1 c thinly sliced fresh basil into a large bowl, reserving 8 c cubed seeded watermelon liquid; discard solids. 1/2 c fresh lemon juice (about • Combine watermelon liquid, 3 lemons) sugar mixture, and juice in a pitcher; chill. Directions

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Donors Needed to Help Prepare for the Sturgis Rally and Back-To-School Days

Now that many families are preparing to get back into the school-year routine, United Blood Services is urging area residents to make time to save lives, and suggests that those who are not able to donate recruit others in their place. “There are no more summertime excuses. It’s almost time to get back to school, back to reality - and what better way to start off the new season than by making a commitment to donate blood,” says Beth-Anne Ferley, Donor Recruitment Director for United Blood Services. “The South Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska regions will need to re-stock their hospital shelves with blood following the days of the Sturgis Rally and of summer vacation,” Ferley reminded. “Even while many of us have enjoyed a summer break, patients who need blood at any given time cannot ‘take a vacation.” Those who are interested in becoming blood donors should call 605-342-8585 in Rapid City or go to HYPERLINK “” to make an appointment. Find the Hero in You. Give blood three times a year and make saving lives a habit.

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Upcoming & Ongoing Events Immunization Clinics - CC Public Health Every Wednesday 8-11:30 a.m. & First Wednesday of each month 4-7 p.m. Campbell County Health Department. Phone 682-7275. C.C. Public Library & Wright Branch Library - Dave Ehlert to perform as Mark Twain - CCPL - August 12, 5:15 pm - spend an evening with one of America’s greatest humorists, Mark Twain, in a live performance by a professional entertainer. Program sponsored by First National Bank of Gillette; Susan McKay, CPA, LLC; and The Library Foundation, Inc. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Following this event, plan to attend the Campbell County Centennial Exhibit Gallery Opening at Cam-Plex Heritage Center Gallery. CCPL Artists of the Month: Gary Chambers - CCPL Closed on Sundays for Summer One-On-One Computer Classes: Call Pat at 687-9228 to sign up. Test Proctoring: Call Ara at 687-9210. CCPL - Teen Card Game Club: Tuesdays, 4pm; Open-Play Gaming: Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 1pm; Teen Anime Club: Thursdays, 7pm; Teen Chess Club: Saturdays, 10am; Dungeons & Dragons Club: Saturdays, 10am; WiiPlay Saturdays: 4th-6th grade, 1pm. WBL - Annual Used Book Sale - Aug. 8-20, regular library hrs. Hardbacks $2 & paperbacks $1. Wyoming Cowboys Football Ticket Raffle Benefiting The Library Foundation. Tickets to the Nebraska Cornhuskers @ Wyoming Cowboys Sept. 24 football game. Seats are on 50 yard line & $100 cash will accompany your tickets. Tickets on sale now in Gillette & Wright for $1 each or 6 for $5. Drawing Sept. 10 and you need not be present to win. Board Meeting @ CCPL - Aug. 22, 4pm. CCPL Teen Advisory Board - Aug. 10, 1pm. CCPL - Teen Iron Chef Contest, Aug. 10 2pm. CCPL & WBL - Summer Reading prizes available thru Aug. 31. Read & Win! Picking Up the Pieces - Clothing & Textile Recycling Organization - Accepting donations of gently used clothes of all sizes, gender & seasons from infant-adult, shoes, boots, coats, belts, hats, scarves, gloves, purses & bags, bedding, blankets, curtains, towels, books (no mags., calendars & encyclopedias). We are also looking for volunteers someone who can help approx. 1 hour/week picking up and transporting bags of textiles to our clothes building. If you have a desire to help people in need or if you need more info, please contact Tracey (605) 209-8856 or Pam, 307-257-7913 or Veteran’s Outreach & Advocacy Program - Available to all OIF/OEF veterans & immediate families. Northeast Region, call 307-630-3230.

Campbell County Recreation Center - Fall Soccer Officials Meeting - Thursday, Aug. 18 for anyone interested in refereeing youth fall soccer. The meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. at the Recreation Center. Games, Rules & Schedules will be discussed. For more information, please contact The Recreation Center, 682-8527. Ballroom Dance Class at The Rec. Center beginning Wed., Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. Traditional Ballroom, Latin, Country Western & Swing. More info, contact Adam Gibson, 682-8527. Free Junior Golf Tournament at Bell Nob Wee Links golf course, Fri. Aug. 19 beginning at 8 a.m. Divisions for boys & girls ages 6-7, 8-9, 10-12 & 13-14. Prizes awarded to top participants in each division. Registration ends Mon., Aug. 15. A free BBQ will follow. Free golf ball & lots of give-a-way prizes. Parents are welcome & encouraged to attend to help keep score or just watch. Limited to 75 participants. More info, call Stephanie Stuber, 682-8527. Horses and Heroes: Behind the Scenes at the Rodeo - Exhibit on Display at CC Rockpile Museum - Runs thru August 12. More info, call 682-5723 or or Prairie Pens, Adult Writers Group, 4th Saturday Each Month at Westwood High School, 6th & Rohan, at 9 a.m. Call Midge at 682-3488 for more info.

Help Stop Child Abuse! We proudly sponsor Gillette's children and youth. 1901 Energy Court • Suite 300, Gillette • 682-7277 •

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AVA COMMUNITY ART CENTER: Check out the upcoming classes online at or call 682-9133. Featured Artist: Sterling Price - check out the amazing works in the gift shop, 509 West 2nd Street. Jalan Crossland will be back for our End of Summer Bash on August 19. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets available $15. Kidz Summer Art Camp - 8-12 yrs. old - Girls: Aug. 1-4, 9a-4p or Aug. 15-18; Boys: Aug. 8-11 or Aug. 22-25. Class Fee: $60. Raku Class w/ John Werbelow - Aug. 13 8am-4pm - Aug. 27 firing day at John’s house. Fee: $125 all supplies included. Pre-registration required. Calling All Artists! We need your Painted Johns! Paint a toilet seat for silent auction the night of Jalan Crossland! More info, 6829133. Life Drawing Series - Every Monday night, August 1 - September 23, 7-9 p.m. Class study of the human form, involving live nude models. Complete Series $40 or $7.50 drop in fee. Women’s Resource Center - 706 W. 8th St. - Open Tues., Wed. & Thurs., 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Website: Phone: 685-2211.

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In Disguise

Campbell County Memorial Hospital

A small boy came running into his house through the back door, calling for his mother.

July 29, 2011 A BOY was born to Lindsey and Chad Schell of Gillette at 11:25 a.m. The baby weighed 9 lbs. 2.1 ozs. and was 20 1⁄2 inches long. A BOY was born to Alex Chick and Jayme Brigham of Gillette at 7:44 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 15.2 ozs. and was 20 inches long. August 1, 2011 A BOY was born to Cassandra Pomeroy and Domonique Salerno of Gillette at 2:11 p.m. The baby weighed 5 lbs. 14.2 ozs. and was 19 inches long. A GIRL was born to Destani Dulany of Gillette at 2:21 p.m. The baby weighed 8 lbs. 7.8 ozs. and was 19 1⁄2 inches long. August 2, 2011 A GIRL was born to Tandee and Brent Cook of Gillette at 7:01 a.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 2.0 ozs. and was 18 3⁄4 inches long. August 3, 2011 A GIRL was born to Laura and Justin Blake of Gillette at 5:27 p.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 10.4 ozs. and was 19 1⁄2 inches long. A GIRL was born to Taylor and Levi Ferguson of Gillette at 7:23 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 1.9 ozs. and was 19 1⁄2 inches long. August 4, 2011 A GIRL was born to Kristi and Jean Paul Paule of Gillette at 12:57 a.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 6.2 ozs. and was 18 inches long. A GIRL was born to Kristin and Ryan Gross of Gillette at 12:48 a.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 8.8 ozs. and was 19 inches long. A BOY was born to Jaclyn and Shane Sachwitz of Gillette at 3:11 p.m. The baby weighed 9 lbs. 3.37 ozs. and was 20.5 inches long. A GIRL was born to Christina and Bryson Gambrel of Gillette at 11:53 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 5.8 ozs. and was 18.75 inches long. TWINS were born to Elizabeth and Justin “Ty” Niles of Gillette. Baby GIRL A was born at 8:10 a.m. and weighed 4 lbs. 10.9 ozs. and was 17.25 inches long. Baby BOY B was born at 8:11 a.m. and weighed 4 lbs. 5.7 ozs. and was 16.75 inches long.

“Who do you think I am?” he asked her. Ready to play along, she replied, “I don’t know…who are you?” “Wow,” the little boy exclaimed. “Mrs. Thompson was right! She said I was so dirty, even my own mother wouldn’t recognize me.”

Quick Tips: Healthy Living Tip Green tea could be a key to helping you lose weight. A recent study showed that overweight subjects who were exercising regularly lost three more pounds and seven percent more belly fat when they drank green tea over other beverages with the same calories. Travel Tip Nothing can ruin a vacation faster than having your pocket picked. Losing your money and identification can cause a hassle and keep you from enjoying the rest of your vacation. To protect yourself, keep your wallet in your front pocket instead of a back pocket, a backpack, or a purse. You can also use a security pouch that you wear under your clothes around your waist. Only place the money or credit card you will use for the day in an easily accessible place. Other cards, cash, and identification should be secured in an inner pocket. Green Living Tip There are many disposable products that we take for granted. To be more environmentally sound, try to switch away from disposable products to those that are reusable. These include food and beverage containers, cups, plates, pens, razors, diapers, towels, and shopping bags. Food Tip Try to buy milk with a sell-by date at least four days away. Once you get your milk home, refrigerate it as soon as possible. In your refrigerator, milk should last up to a week. Eggs can last longer. They are at their best for about three weeks from purchase. Store them in their carton instead of in the door of your refrigerator to keep them as long as possible.

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Artic grey 1979 Mazda RX-7. Must sell. Great parts car. Make an offer. Call 670-4053. A1-32-5p

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We’re selling homes. Want yours sold? Call us! Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-32-1c Make offer! Lender says sell! Almost new home. Must go! 686-9301. B2-32-1c Fixer! 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 686-9301. B2-32-1c Hello! I need a new owner. My old one has left me vacant and alone. I have 3 wonderfully large bedrooms, 2 full baths, cathedral ceilings, an almost new glass top stove, S/S fridge, dishwasher, new wood flooring, and central air. I need you to make me live again. Please help me. You can own me for less than $195 rent. 686-9301. B2-32-1c Cozy! New flooring, paint, fixtures. Appliances stay. Water paid. Big lot. If you pay $160 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-32-1c What a deal! Redone 3 bedroom, 2 bath, better than new. Retirement calls, headin’ to Arizona. Must sell our home. New appliances, siding, roof, windows, flooring, window treatments. Shed, fence, CA, huge deck, flowers. If you pay $205 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-32-1c Back on the Market! 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Appliances, clean, eat-in kitchen. House-type construction. If you pay $210 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-32-1c

MERcHANDISE 1997 Ford Expedition for sale. $4,000. Black exterior, grey leather interior. Very good condition, new tires and brakes. Approximately 189,000 miles. 4x4, A/C, power windows and locks, captain seats in front, middle and rear full seats. Rear seat comes out and middle seats fold down for more hauling space. Call after 5 p.m. please, if interested, (308) 325-3424. A3-32-5v



D1 HOME FURNISHINGS Reclining Sofa - Tan vinyl, excellent condition. Paid $1,100.00 - asking $450.00 O.B.O. 682-7959. D1-31-2p

D2 HOME APPLIANcES Will Haul Away Used Washers & Dryers at my expense. Call 680-8736. D2-26-20p



Benelli Shotgun M-1 Super 90. $750. Call 670-5671. D8-30-3p

2005 Harley FLSTNI Softail Deluxe, Lava Red, 14,950 miles, $13,500 O.B.O. (307) 299-4657. A7-32-2v



Transmissions, Transfers, Rear Ends, More. Rebuilt/Used. Nationwide Parts Locating. Auto Repair. 660-3738. A9-39-TFNc



For Sale: Washer/Dryer set $50, used, good condition. Propane Ranger - $50, very good condition. Low Pro- tires for 20” rims, set of 4, excellent condition, $400. Call for details, Brianna (307) 461-1367. D12-31-2v Classifieds.....Results!!!!

For Sale: Green Coffee Beans - you can roast green coffee beans for your freshest cup of coffee. We have beans available from: Papua New Guniea, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, Sumatra, Columbia, Ethiopia, India and Brazil. We also carry Davinci flavored syrups, coffee roasters, grinders and books on roasting coffee beans. Wright Green Beans & Brew, 464-1408. D12-31-5p Tuxes For Rent. Wedding Gown Sale. Men’s Ties, Party Dresses, Gown Sale, Quilts For Sale, Poodle Skirts, along with old jewelry, handmade kitchen towels, AVON bottles, milk bottles, old pottery, dishes, and more. 682-9296. D12-47-TFNh



Quality antiQue auction Sun., aug. 14, 1 p.m. (viewing starts at 11:30 a.m.). Knights of Columbus Hall, Gillette, WY. See over 200 photos at www. - use local zip code 82718 or auctioneer ID# 17137. See our half page, full color ad in this issue of The Advertiser. Step Up Auctions, 299-6078. D13-32-1h SteP uP auctionS - Free estimates, commercial liquidators, antique and estate specialists. 25+ years experience. “We do all the work.” Call Rick Foutch, 307-299-6078. D13-44-TFNh



Call Wyoming Gutter Service at 682-6607 to meet your residential and commercial rain gutter needs. Variety of colors available, 5 inch aluminum & 6 inch steel, seamless Free estimates. Excellent workmanship, guaranteed and reliable. F6-27-TFNc



Blade Sharpening - Walk Behind or Rider Lawn Mowers - at your location. (307) 257-6866. F7-315p



SiteWise Corporation is looking for an experienced Roustabout Lead to run its oil and gas crews in the Gillette WY area. Experience running crews in the oil and gas industry. Experienced digging around facilities. CDL-A license required. SiteWise provides competitive pay and benefits. Email resumes: or Fax: 303-430-0150. SiteWise is an EEO employer. E2-32-2v


SiteWise is looking for experienced backhoe operators to work in the Gillette WY area. Requirements: 5 to 7 years experience as an operator in the utility industry, experienced digging around facilities, CDL-A license required. SiteWise provides competitive pay and benefits. Pre-employment drug screen, criminal background screen and MVR screen required. Email resumes: or fax: 303-430-0150. Sitewise is an EEO employer. E2-32-2v SiteWise Corporation is looking for experienced fusion fitters/ laborers to work in the Gillette WY area. Requirements: Experience in fusing PE Gas Services & Mains. Class A CDL preferred - not required. Well organized. SiteWise provides competitive salary and benefits. Criminal background screen, pre-employment drug screen and MVR screen required. Email resumes: or Fax: 303-430-0150. SiteWise is an EEO employer. E2-32-2v



If you have information about any serious crime such as robbery, burglary or vandalism, you may earn a reward of up to $1,000. Call Crime Stoppers anytime at 686-0400. You can remain anonymous! G4-06-TFN Overeaters Anonymous Open Meeting/Non-Smoking. Mondays, 7 p.m. Jacobs Touch Cabinetry, 1302 Butcher Court (behind Thar’s Feed and Ranch Store). Contact: 689-0666 or 686-6096. G4-06-TFNh Alcoholics Anonymous - is as near as your phone. Hotline number is 686-6107.

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Limited, Leather, Nav.

Crew, AWD, HEMI!

Quad Cab, SLT, 4x4, HEMI, Remote Start.

MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36,320 MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39,625 MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,665 SPM Rally Special . . . .$34,000 SPM Rally Special . . . .$37,300 SPM Rally Special . . . .$36,000 Mfg’s Rebate . . . . . . . .-$1,000 Mfg’s Rebate . . . . . . . .-$2,000 Mfg’s Rebate . . . . . . . .-$5,000 Your Final Price




Your Final Price




Your Final Price



AT SPM You Save . . . . . . 3,320 AT SPM You Save . . . . . . 4,325 AT SPM You Save . . . . . .$8,665 $





2011 Ram 1500 2011 Ram 2500 2011 Ram 3500

Crew Cab, 4x4, SLT, HEMI, Loaded Up.

Scott Peterson Motors (SPM) Rally Prices are no trade prices and inclue all rebates. All trades are welcome and will be appraised as Actual Cash Value. Customer must qualify for all rebates. Customer must qualify for any special financing offers. All prices subject to change. Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram are registered trademarks of Chrysler Group, LLC.

Laramie, Mega Cab, 4x2, Nav, Cummins.

Crew Cab, 4x4, Cummins, AT, PW, PL.

MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41,850 MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,640 MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . .$47,090 SPM Rally Special . . . .$38,320 SPM Rally Special . . . .$45,820 SPM Rally Special . . . .$42,528 Mfg’s Rebate . . . . . . . .-$5,600 Mfg’s Rebate . . . . . . . .-$3,750 Mfg’s Rebate . . . . . . . .-$3,750 $

Your Final Price




Your Final Price



Your Final Price



AT SPM You Save . . . . . . 9,030 AT SPM You Save . . . . . . 9,570 AT SPM You Save . . . . . .$8,312 $


Vol. 35 No. 32  

The Gillette Advertiser 8-10-11

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