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Published Weekly – Vol. 36, No. 43 – October 24-30 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com


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The Advertiser – October 24, 2012

Gillette Advertiser Weather Report Gillette’s Five Day Forecast

Published every Wednesday by the Gillette News Record 1201 W. Second St., Gillette, WY 82716

To advertise, call 682-9306 Bob Kettrey, Ext. 121 • Lindsey Petri, Ext. 212 Tinelle Cox, Ext. 215 • Michele Gossett, Ext. 216 Londen Fuernisen, Ext. 218

PLEASE NOTE! The Gillette Advertiser is carrier-delivered to about 11,000 households in the Gillette and Wright areas. You also can pick up the Gillette Advertiser at racks set up in Gillette, Wright, Moorcroft, Rozet, Recluse, Broadus and Biddle. For delivery questions or employment opportunities, call Deanna at 682-9306, Ext. 225

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Rain/Snow 41 / 26

Partly Cloudy 31 / 19

Partly Cloudy 29 / 17

Mostly Sunny 34 / 19

Mostly Sunny 40 / 24

Last Week’s Almanac & Growing Degree Days Date 10/15 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/19 10/20 10/21

High 74 67 47 50 68 75 46

Low 41 40 35 26 29 41 40

Normals 60/33 59/33 59/32 58/32 58/31 57/31 56/31

Precip 0.00" 0.24" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00"

Farmer’s Growing Degree Days Date Degree Days Date Degree Days 10/19 0 10/15 8 10/20 8 10/16 4 10/21 0 10/17 0 10/18 0 Growing degree days are calculated by taking the average temperature for the day and subtracting the base temperature (50 degrees) from the average to assess how many growing days are attained.

Peak Fishing/Hunting Times Peak Times Day AM PM Wed 7:37-9:37 7:07-9:07 Thu 8:21-10:21 7:51-9:51 Fri 9:06-11:06 8:36-10:36 Sat 9:50-11:50 9:20-11:20

www.WhatsOurWeather.com

Sun/Moon Chart

This Month in History October 18 - 1896 - The first newspaper comic strip, created by Richard Fenton Outcault, appeared in the “American Humorist,” a weekly supplement to the “New York Journal.” 1898 - The United States took control of Puerto Rico, only one year after Spain granted it self-rule. 1919 - The Rolls-Royce company was founded when engineer Henry Royce merged his company with Charles Rolls, a British automobile seller. 1922 - Searchlights were used at a movie premier for the first time when “Robin Hood,” starring Douglas Fairbanks, opened at Grauman’s Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. 1931 - American inventor Thomas Edison died at his home in Glenmount, New Jersey, at the age of 84. 1932 - Cartoonist and children’s author, Shel Silverstein, was born in Chicago, Illinois. 1972 - Congress passed a $25 billion Water Pollution Control Act, overriding President Richard Nixon’s veto. October 19 - 1781 - More than 7,000 English and Hessian troops, led by British General Lord Cornwallis, surrendered to General George Washington in Yorktown, Virginia, effectively ending the war between Britain and her American colonies. 1812 - Napoleon’s army beat a hasty retreat from Moscow, only one month after entering it with a massive invading force. 1960 - The U.S. embargo of Cuba began. 1982 - Automobile executive John DeLorean was arrested in Los Angeles after trying to broker a $24 million cocaine transaction with an undercover FBI agent, intending to use the profits to prop up his failing DeLorean Motor Company. 1987 - Wall Street witnessed “Black Monday,” the largest one-day drop in stock market history. October 20 - 1803 - The United States Senate ratified a treaty, called the Louisiana Purchase, with France providing for the purchase of the territory of Louisiana, doubling the size of the United States. 1955 - “The Return of the King,” the final installment of J.R.R. Tolkein’s “The Lord of the Rings” series, was published in London, England. 1968 - Jacqueline Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis were married. 1973 - “The Six Million Dollar Man” premiered on television, starring Lee Majors as astronaut Steve Austin, who was “rebuilt” using bionic parts after an accident. 1973 - The Sydney Opera House in Australia was opened at a dedication ceremony by Queen Elizabeth II after 15 years of construction. 1982 - The world’s worst soccer disaster occurred in Moscow when 340 sports fans were crushed to death during a game between Soviet and Dutch players. October 21 - 1797 - The U.S.S. Constitution, also known as Old Ironsides, was launched and christened by Captain James Sever in Boston. 1805 - Admiral Lord Nelson led a British fleet to successfully defeat a combined French and Spanish fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar, fought off the coast of Spain. 1879 - Inventor Thomas Edison successfully tested an electric incandescent lamp in Menlo Park, New Jersey. 1915 - The first transatlantic radio voice message was transmitted from Virginia to Paris. 1917 - Jazz great Dizzy Gillespie was born in Cheraw, South Carolina. 1959 - The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum opened in New York City. 1967 - The Pentagon was stormed by protestors of the Vietnam War as thousands of the 50,000 participants in a rally crossed the Potomac River towards the Pentagon.

Peak Times Day AM PM Sun 10:35-12:35 10:05-12:05 Mon 11:21-1:21 10:51-12:51 Tue 11:30-1:30 11:00-1:00

Full 10/29

Last 11/6

Day Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue

Sunrise 7:29 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 7:31 a.m. 7:33 a.m. 7:34 a.m. 7:35 a.m. 7:37 a.m.

Sunset 6:03 p.m. 6:01 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:58 p.m. 5:57 p.m. 5:55 p.m. 5:54 p.m.

Today’s Local UV Index

Moonrise 3:28 p.m. 3:54 p.m. 4:20 p.m. 4:47 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 5:46 p.m. 6:21 p.m.

Moonset 2:17 a.m. 3:22 a.m. 4:25 a.m. 5:28 a.m. 6:30 a.m. 7:31 a.m. 8:30 a.m.

First 11/20

Weather Trivia Does lightning kill men or women more often?

0 - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11+ 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High 11+: Extreme Exposure

New 11/13

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Answer: Eighty-five percent of the people killed by lightning are male.

StarWatch By Gary Becker - Watch Iridium Flares Blast If you enjoy sky watching but live in a light polluted area of the country, there are still plenty of options worth pursuing. One of my favorite is looking for Iridium flares, bursts of reflected sunlight from one of the three door-sized antennas that are attached to the Iridium constellation of communications satellites. There are 66 active units in near polar orbits, providing satellite phone communications to remote locations worldwide. Because positioning and orientation of these satellites must be precise, it is possible to predict the time and location on the Earth’s surface when the forward antenna (panel) will reflect a splash of sunlight and flare itself into bright visibility. The events are calculated to the second and with precise sky locations, making them easy to identify. The Heavens Above website (www.heavens-above.com/) and numerous apps like “SatTrack” or “Iridium Flare” (Android) or Sputnik (iPhone) give predictions. All of these programs need to know your location, but this can be accomplished automatically by keeping your GPS navigation unit activated on your smartphone. You’ll receive information on when and where to look in the sky. The when is important because not all smartphones have the precise time, so it would be wise to download an app like “ClockSync” which automatically connects and updates your system to the atomic time provided by the US government. The location of the event may be given in azimuth and altitude. Azimuth runs clockwise along the horizon starting at north (0o or 360o), east (90o), south (180o), west (270o), and returns back to north again. It can also be stated as a direction such as NNE or SW, etc. Altitude is measured from the azimuth position upward to the correct height. The range is from the horizon (0o) to 90o, directly overhead. You are now all set to witness the exhilaration of seeing an Iridium flare. www.astronomy.org

Service 8 a.m..............................Contemplative Service Times 9-9:15 a.m.....................Praise Music 9:15-10:15 a.m..............Blended Worship 10:30 a.m........................Adult Sunday School

First United Methodist Church 2000 W. Lakeway Road • (307) 686-7339


October 24, 2012 - The Advertiser

001

CHEAP STUFF

This newspaper is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any claim made by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, products or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content of any advertisement is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do not endorse, encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any product, service, company or individual that chooses to advertise in this newspaper, and we reserve the right to refuse any/ all advertising we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company standards. In addition, this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate any classified advertisement under whatever heading we decide will best conform with our classification regulations. Couch, 8’ pine green, good condition, $100. 689-1948.

002

AUTOMOBILES

We buy junk cars. Towing available. Manning’s Salvage. 307-685-6968. 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix, four door, SE, nice, $2,595. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 1994 Olds Cutlass Supreme, two door convertible, needs engine work, $425. 307-682-7622. Auto insurance preferred and SR-22’s. Call Elizabeth Jones Agency, 307-682-6520. 2003 P.T. Cruiser, 96K miles, nice, $4,450. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2003 Mercury Sable, four door, GS, low miles, $3,495. Consider trades. 307-682-7622. 1994 Camaro, $1,500/ OBO. 307-689-0673, 307-689-8935. 1999 Buick Century, very good, one owner, $3,375. Trades considered. 307-682-7622.

003

CLASSICS

1984 Corvette, blue on blue, good condition, $4,000. David, 307-660-4377 or 686-2998.

004

TRUCKS, VANS

2004 Kia Sedona van, LX, V6, 101K miles, $3,550. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2001 Chevy Venture, 108K miles, excellent van, $3,475, trades considered, 307-682-7622.

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FOUR WHEEL DRIVES

1996 Chevy Tahoe, $2,995, trades considered. 307-682-7622. 1986 Bronco II, five speed, needs engine work, you haul. $600. 307-299-6184. 1997 Chevy Tahoe, $3,275. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2000 Explorer, sharp, $2,650, trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2005 Silverado, 82,000 miles, excellent condition, lot of extras, $18,500. 307-686-0833. 2000 Chevy Z71 Silverado, 155,000 miles, 4WD, with matching topper, $5,000. 307-6893944.

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CAMPERS, MOTORHOMES

1999 Viking pop-up camper, front storage, $2,000. 307-299-6184. 1976 Great Divide 18’ camper, $1,050. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2002 Keystone Cougar fifth-wheel camper. One slide, sleeps six, very clean. Needs minor exterior work. Asking $8,000 or best offer, will consider trade for car. 299-6303. 2007 Outback toy hauler, sleeps eight, very nice, $16,500. 299-0128. 1970's 18.5 ft camper. $1,600. 660-7440.

008

MOTORCYCLES

2013 20th Anniversary Vietnam Vets Legacy Vets Bagger Ball. For more information call Redneck, 689-9337 or McGoo, 680-1673.

012

PARTS & ACCESSORIES Buying junk batteries. 660-3738.

Transmissions, transfers, rearends, in stock. Used/ rebuilts. Auto repairs. Nationwide parts locating. 660-3738.

013

WANT TO BUY Enclosed trailer. 696-5908.

015

UTILITY TRAILERS Bish’s Trailer Sales, 701 Metz Drive, 307-689-0202.

016

HOMES (LOCAL)

Owner financing. 10% down. Two doublewide homes on six acres, close to Wyodak, $269,000. Call 307-689-2427. Beautiful, completely remodeled three bedroom, two bath home in ideal location. Large yard, new flooring and upgrades throughout. Own for less than rent! Zero down RD qualified. Call Barrett at 307-689-3911 today! NEW LISTING on ten acres! Bring your horse and enjoy this peaceful country property. It offers three bedrooms, two baths, a 20x40 garage/ shop too! Priced at only $194,400. Call 680-8251 for details and view at www.HarryKimbrough.com RE/MAX Professionals. PRICED TO SELL: Four bedroom, 3-1/2 bath, finished basement, maple wood floors throughout, two living rooms, vaulted ceilings, security system, fully landscaped with concrete curbing, basketball court, cedar playland, two oversized sheds. Close to park, great neighborhood, 6502 Robin Drive, $234,000. 6808748, 660-3803. CUSTOM modular homes, build to suit. In Sleepy Hollow, Arley Acres, Rodeo Flats, Rozet Ranchettes, also in Rozet and Wright new subdivisions coming soon. Call Barrett for appointment today to build your dream home, 689-3911. NEW LISTING! Custom built three bedroom, two bath home on a large lot with vaulted ceiling, open kitchen, gas fireplace, and numerous updates near the golf course. Only $209,900. Zero down payment available for qualified buyers. Call 680-8251 for details and view at www.HarryKimbrough.com RE/MAX Professionals. Townhouse, 1,939 sq ft, open concept, three bedroom, 3 1/2 baths, two living rooms, two car garage, all appliances included! Asking $191,000. 307-670-7003. NEW LISTING! Very nice three- four bedroom, two bath home with new roof, new siding, new windows, new linoleum, new carpet, fenced yard on a big corner lot! Price $204,900. Zero down payment available for qualified buyers. Call 680-8251 for details and view at www.HarryKimbrough.com. RE/MAX Professionals. BEAUTIFUL new three large bedroom, two bath home located on five acres just south of town with stunning view. Home is loaded with extra features and move in ready. Call for showing today at 689-3911 or 686-7722. First time buyers! If you are paying $650 a month in rent and have $1,500 for a down payment you could own a two bedroom, two bath home with a heated two car garage for less! Price $104,000. Call 680-8251 for details and view at www.HarryKimbrough.com. RE/MAX Professionals.

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HEALTH

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The Advertiser – October 24, 2012

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL) 16x80. 307-689-8502.

1969 trailer, 12x60, two bedroom, one bath, partial remodeled, new windows, double pane and new doors. $10,000/ OBO. 307-686-5155. Land/ home packages with 100% financing. Homes set up in Gillette and Wright just waiting for you. For personal showing call Suzanne at 687-0333 or 680-4793. Pay in cash for singlewides, doublewides or campers. 307-689-2845. 24x50 mobile home, must be moved. 6608344. Lease to own: 16x80 singlewide, three bedroom, two bath, 10x16 deck and shed. 605209-6439. 1980 Marshfield mobile home for sale. On rented lot in Foothills Mobile Home Park. Newer furnace, water heater, siding, windows, doors, new and insulated roof and skirting, Interior needs work, $12,000/ OBO. 660-7319. Single wide mobile home already on site. 189 Sierra Circle, quiet neighborhood. 16x80, three bedrooms, two baths. Large kitchen. Energy Efficient, spacious. All new appliances, porch, very clean. Low money down. Reduced for quick sale! $41,800. 307-670-0886 all electric, very cheap utilities. EXCLUSIVE Land/ home packages available. More residential and acreage subdivision coming soon. 0 down financing with no contractor loans required. Call Barrett, 6893911 or 686-7722 TODAY. 16x80, three bedroom, two full baths, fireplace, 1990 Bonnevilla on a nice rented lot. Some financing available. 660-3891.

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MOBILE HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

Own for less than renting! 14x70 in Moorcroft three bedrooms,1-1/2 bath 307-622-7800.

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MOBILE HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

Call quick - Owner will finance Moorcroft, three bedrooms, two baths, 16x80 Call 307622-7800 1995 Champion, three bedroom, two bath, 16x70, completely remodeled inside and out, wood siding, brand new fixtures, appliances, floor coverings, windows and doors, $36,000. 605-255-4408 or 605-390-6565.

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LOTS, ACREAGES

35 acres with power and septic, zoned for new or used mobile or mod. Up to two homes, Wyodak area. $69,000. 307-689-7982. Five acre lots. Stick built or modular homes. Good water, electric and telephones. Close to town, Rozet Ranchettes, 660-7135, 682-5909. Lots for sale: Residential and acreage in Gillette and Wright. RD qualified. Call now, 689-3911. 14 MILES SOUTH EAST OF GILLETTE! 10 acres with power, drill your own well $68,000/ OBO. 307-299-4321

022

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Four-plex in wonderful condition. New siding, windows. Priced to sell. $259,900. Call Pat Avery Real Estate. 307-660-2475.

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MISC. REAL ESTATE

Beautiful beach front timeshare condo, in Cabo San Lucas, rent or buy. 307-660-6352.

Two bedroom, 2.5 bath FURNISHED townhome, available 10/1. Attached garage, pet friendly. Includes all bed linens, towels, dishes, etc. Flat screen TV’s in every room. Washer/ dryer included, $1,600/ month. 6-12 month lease 307-685-8344. $500 move-in special with eight month lease. Pet friendly homes for rent: 206 Warren, three bedroom; 314 Longmont, three bedroom; 810 E. Laramie, two bedroom; 12 Woodland (Pine Haven), three bedroom. Call Century 21 Real Estate Associates, 307-687-0440. Three bedroom, two bath townhouse. 6827598 or 660-9258

$500 move in special with eight month lease. Homes for rent: 1609 Echeta, four bedroom, one car garage. 2709 Iron Wood, three bedroom, one car garage. 407 Warren, three bedroom. Call Century 21 Real Estate Associates, 307-687-0440. Three bedroom, two bath, one car garage. Fenced yard, pet friendly. Washer/dryer. $1,250/ month. 307-629-1055, 307-272-0011. Three bedroom, two bath house with two car garage located in Moorcroft. No pets or smoking. $1,325/ month. 307-680-0469. Three bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, two car garage,.$1,300 a month, call 660-9023. Moorcroft: One bedroom, $550/ month. 307680-4536. Three bedroom, two bathroom house with a large garage/ shop, located in Moorcroft. Lease purchase option available. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc . 307-6820964. Nice three bedroom, 2.5 bathroom townhome with single garage. $1,100 per month plus utilities. Call Pat Avery Real Estate 307-660-2475. Three bedroom, two bath, one car oversized garage in Moorcroft, $1,100/ month,.plus deposit. No pets. 307-680-4536. Two bedroom, one bath. All utilities, washer/ dryer. No pets/smoking. $950/ month 307-6801604. Three bedroom, two bath, $1,000, pets allowed 307-689-2296. Townhome for rent, three bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, $1,100/ month plus deposit and utilities. Pets negotiable. Washer/ dryer hookups. 307-2584896.

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Roy Castle, Sales Manager & Auctioneer, Trudy Speidel Castle, Cashier Jim Rossow, Auctioneer

Visit our website: www.castleauctionwy.com

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All statements made sale day take precedence over any previous advertising or printed material.

All statements made sale day take precedence over any previous advertising or printed material.

E-mail: castleauctionwy@yahoo.com

Gillette, WY Foothills, three bedroom, two bath, two car garage, Newer home. Updated appliances. Off-street parking six+ vehicles. $1,500 per month. Will sell if desired. 307-4132104.

garage town home. Pets OK, fenced yard. Available first of month. $1,250 a month. 307689-9290.

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Wed., October 31 From 6p.m.-9p.m. • FREE ADMISSION Bring your child inside and out of the weather for a night of FREE Fun and Lots of Candy! play games to get tons of candy, then walk Chili, hotdogs, Come the Cake Walk, enjoy Fun-on-the-Go, & drinks will be ride the Mini Motorcycles, get a balloon animal from the Clown, try the Rocky Mtn. Elk Foundaavailable for sale. tion’s range, and so much more, all FREE!!!! Hosted by: Gillette First Assembly of God 682-3308

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Three bedroom, 2-1/2 bath townhome two car garage, fenced yard. Pets negotiable. $1,400/ month. Call 660-8551.

Three bedroom, two bath in Moorcroft, $1,000/ month plus utilities, $1,000/ deposit. No smoking and no pets. 307-756-3259.

Duplex in Sundog, three bedroom, 1.5 bath, one car garage. No pets, no smoking. $900 rent. References required.. 660-4314.

Two bedroom, one bath,and three bedroom, two bath mobile homes for rent. Washer/ dryer included. Some pets welcome. Call 307-6802536 or 307-680-0854.

Five bedroom, two bath, washer/ dryer, two detached garages, $1,450/ month to month. No pets, no smoking. 307-262-6713.

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14x70 two bedroom, one bath mobile home in Moorcroft, $625/ month, $500/ deposit. 307756-2002. For rent or sale: Three bedroom, two bath, pets okay with additional deposit. Located in Moorcroft. 605-545-1833. Mobile homes for rent. 680-9508.

Three bedroom, one bath washer, dryer, storage shed. Some pets allowed. Also three bedroom, one bath doublewide. 307-680-6274. 16x80, three bedroom, two bath. New house windows and doors, washer/ dryer, air conditioning, $875/ month, plus utilities and $875 deposit. 686-2680. 16x80 newly remodeled, three bedroom, two bath. Nice fenced yard with trees and a shed. 682-1467 or 680-4167. In Upton, to rent or rent to own. Three bedroom, two bath, possibly furnished if needed. 307-680-1777.

Single wide mobile home already on site. 189 Sierra Circle, quiet neighborhood. 16x80, three bedrooms, two baths, large kitchen. Energy Efficient, spacious. All new appliances, porch, very clean. $1,000/ month, $900/ deposit. No pets. 307-670-0886, all electric, very cheap utilities.

14x70, clean, three bedroom, one bath, nice community, $850/ month, $800/ deposit. 6826930, leave message.

Free second month rent with six month’s lease. Perfect for a single person or couple RV for $600 per month includes utilities in Moorcroft. Call 307-622-7800.

Two bedroom, washer/ dryer, 12x60, two addons, wood stove, horses, outside pets. Fourwheel drive needed. $750/ month, $750/ deposit. Electricity included 307-680-8245.

Three bedroom, two full bath doublewide, some utilities included. 307-660-3891. Three bedroom trailer. For information call 660-5210.

Three bedroom, one bath, 14x70, washer/ dryer, dishwasher and new carpeting. No pets or smoking, $750/ month plus utilities and deposit. Located in Moorcroft. 307-680-0469.

Three bedroom, two bath, 14 miles from Gillette. Room for horses. $1,200, includes electricity and water. 307-680-1777. Furnished two bedroom, $700/ month. 6899529.

Moorcroft, fully remodeled three bedroom, two bath, $750 per month plus utilities. 307-6227800.

Three bedroom, one bath, utilities included, some pets allowed. 307-660-3891.

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McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act If your family lives in any of the following situations: • In a shelter, motel, vehicle or campground • On the street • In an abandoned building, trailer or other inadequate accommodations, or • Doubled up with friends or relatives because you cannot find or afford housing

Then, your preschool-aged and school-aged children have certain rights or protections under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act. Contact your child's school for more information.

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Three bedroom, two bath, 28x60. Five bedroom, three bath, 50x55. Two bedroom, one bath, 14x70. No pets, no smoking. 689-0100.

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Warlow Drive Apartments, 1720 W. Warlow Dr. One, two, and three bedroom studio apartments available. Utilities included. Clean, new windows, laundry facilities, playground and much more. Remodel complete. Office hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Call 682-5041 for more information. Westover, very nice three bedroom, $750/ month, $750/ deposit. Wood stove. Patio. No pets. Six month lease. 686-0705. Special pricing on select two bedroom, one bathroom apartments. No pets. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc for more information 307-682-0964.

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Clean two bedroom apartment in Crestview Estates. 682-0225, leave message. Foothills Apts. 686-6488. Clean and quiet two and one bedroom starting at $595, Call for special and showing. Two bedroom, one bath, laundry facilities on site. Month to month leases available. $650/ month, $400/ deposit, 105 Ross. Call Lea at 685-4456. Leave message. One bedroom apartment, $500 plus utilities, two bedroom, $600 plus utilities. No pets and no smoking. Ask about our move in special. Call 660-9035. Newly remodeled two bedroom, one bath apartment with attached single car garage. $775/ month plus utilities plus deposit. No smoking, no pets. Contact Ben Novotny at Prudential Preferred Properties. 660-1648.

Two bedroom, furnished, utilities paid, $900. 307-756-2431.

Two bedroom, one bath, new washer/ dryer, near school in Westover. $695/ month. 6850515.

Several two bedroom, one bath apartments for rent. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. at 307-682-0964 for more details.

Two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath duplex, $750/ month. Tenant pays utilities, no smoking. 307-6850884.

Nice, private entrance apartment. Quiet and close to downtown. Two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath. Has appliances including washer and dryer. Utilities paid. Rent plus deposit. No pets please. Inquire 307-622-7773

Three bedroom, newly refinished in four-plex. $750. No smoking/pets. 686-8007.

Recently remodeled, two bedroom, one bath. No smoking, no pets, $695 plus utilities and deposit. Call Ben Novotny at Prudential Preferred Properties, 660-1648. Move in special. Two weeks free with a six month lease on select one bedrooms. No pets allowed. Please call Real Estate Systems for more information at 307-682-0964. Renovated two bedroom, one bath, Heritage Village. $750/ month. 680-1427.

$600. Two bedroom, quiet four-plex, no pets, $600 deposit, six month lease. 686-0705. Two bedroom, one bath, $650/ month, $650/ deposit. Tenant pays utilities. Six month lease. 307-682-5621. $700. Very nice three bedroom in quiet fourplex, $700 deposit. No pets, six month lease. 686-0705. One bedroom, no smoking, no pets. 682-1276. $800 per month, includes utilities. Allows small pets. Two bedroom, one bath apartments. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc at 307-682-0964 for more information.

For a special treat this Halloween join us for a

“Drive By Trick or Treat” Treat” Bring your children to the RC Ranch Business Center’s Drive By Trick or Treat Halloween night from 5 - 7 PM Located across Enzi Dr. from the Rec Center. Brought to you by your friends at the RC Ranch Business Center, Collins Communications, Wyoming Financial Insurance, DA Davidson, S&S Builders and First National Bank of Gillette


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Halloween, Beyond the Candy (Family Features) Kids and adults alike look forward to Halloween each year. From the costumes, to the sweet treats, there’s plenty to get excited about. But Halloween also provides the perfect opportunity for kids to get involved in the community as well. Use these tips to help your child think of the holiday as yet another way to spread a festive spirit, with less emphasis on candy, and more emphasis on giving back. Collect donations for a cause. If your kids plan to trick-or-treat, talk to them about collecting coins for an organization that helps children in need throughout the world. For 62 years, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF has encouraged kids to help raise funds for their peers in developing countries by going door-to-door on Halloween night or participating in other festive fundraising activities. “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is a powerful way for parents to teach their children the value of helping others and for kids to learn about the world,” said Caryl Stern, President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. For the first time, the traditional Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF box has been given a new look, with six spooky new character boxes - a monster, black cat, princess, pumpkin, vampire and a witch. Fundraising kits containing the character boxes may be ordered online with free shipping at www.trickortreatforunicef.org or by calling 1-800-FOR-KIDS while supplies last. Share some spooky treats. Most kids love to get involved in the kitchen - especially when sweet treats are involved. This year, whip up a batch of spooky treats together to share with neighbors, teachers, patients at the local hospital, and residents at your nearest retirement home. Get crafty with the kids. Encourage your child to use their creative talents to help spread the Halloween spirit by designing their own Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF box. “This year, we want to tap into children’s imaginations by letting them bring their own creativity to the traditional Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF boxes,” said Stern. The “Create-a-Character” contest allows kids to submit their Halloween character design for a chance to be selected for the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 2013 limited edition collection. Make it a group activity - encourage your child’s scout troop to participate, or help your child organize a party for neighborhood kids to spend an afternoon designing characters, then enter online before Oct. 26, 2012 at www.trickortreatforunicef.org. Fundraising kits containing a blank collection box for design may be ordered online with free shipping or by calling 1-800-FOR-KIDS while supplies last. This year Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF has partnered with national sponsors Key Club International and MediaVest, and promotional supporters American Airlines and Coinstar, Inc. Donate old costumes. Your kids grow quickly, so it’s unlikely they’ll be able to wear the same Halloween costume two years in a row. Discuss with your child the needs of other children their age and give them the opportunity to donate their gently used Halloween costumes and clothing. Be sure to explain to your children how their costumes can help make another child’s Halloween extra special, and make sure they’re involved in the donation process. Host a Halloween slumber party. Encourage your child to invite their closest friends for a night of spooktacular fun and treats. Ask each child to bring a canned good to the party to donate to your local food kitchen. With a little planning and creativity, you can use the excitement of Halloween to encourage your child to give back to their community as well. Source: UNICEF

Ensure a Fun and Safe Howl-O-Ween for Your Pet (Family Features) Halloween isn’t just for kids. Pets are joining the festivities too by dressing up in fabulous costumes. But in addition to picking out a costume, pet parents should keep their pet’s safety in mind as well. Here are some safety tips and costume ideas to help ensure you and your pet have a safe and fun holiday. Keep them happy. “Before having pets join in the Halloween fun, it’s important to assess whether your pet will be comfortable participating, or if the festivities will cause undue stress,” says Dr. Simon Starkey, Pet Care Expert at PetSmart. “If you have a young or senior pet, or one that is shy around others, it’s better to give them a quiet space away from all the activity where they’ll feel more comfortable.” Make sure treats are pet friendly. With so many Halloween treats about the home, you want to make sure your dog doesn’t accidentally consume something that could be harmful. Chocolate is particularly tempting for pets, but it can also make them seriously ill. Instead, choose a pet friendly treat to celebrate, such as GREENIES Dental Chews, which also keep pets’ teeth clean and their breath scare-free. Keep them safe. If you plan to take your dog around the neighborhood in the evening, make sure they’re properly outfitted. Reflective leashes, collars and ID tags with flashing lights are essential accessories for any pet Halloween costume. Halloween Pet Fun “Choosing a costume for your pet is like choosing a costume for yourself - you want something that reflects your or your pet’s personality,” says author and entertainment expert Kimberly Schlegel Whitman. Here are a few favorites exclusively available at PetSmart: Make your pet a star. If you fancy your pet a rock star, consider dressing them for the part. Check out the Bret Michaels Pets Rock wig. With blonde tresses and a bandana to top it off, your pet will be ready to rock and roll. Classic costumes are spooktacular. For a fantastic costume that also offers safety features, check out the glow-in-the-dark Martha Stewart Pets Black Halloween Skeleton costume. Or, if you love retro, outfit your pet in the Top Paw Plush Sock Monkey costume, which is sure to evoke some “oohs” and “aahs” from witches, goblins, zombies and monsters of all ages. Halloween Pets Shine No matter what costume you choose, your pet is sure to look their best. Pet parents can show off their frighteningly adorable pets in costume at PetSmart’s annual Howl-O-Ween pet parade on October 20 at your local store or online via the Monster Cute Photo Contest Powered by GREENIES. Submit your pet’s Monster Cute photo at www.facebook.com/PetSmart between September 10 and October 21 for a chance to win the grand prize, which is valued at more than $10,000. For more tips on pet safety as well as Halloween costumes and events, visit your local PetSmart or www.PetSmart.com. Source: PetSmart


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For rent: Basement apartment, shared entry and laundry. No stove, $445. Looking for shift worker. 660-9907. Two bedroom, one bath, fully furnished, no pets, flexible leases, $650. 660-7439. Two bedroom, one bathroom, single garage. $750 plus utilities. No pets.Call Pat Avery Real Estate 307-660-2475. Three bedroom, $750 monthly, utilities included. 307-620-2167. $99 Move in Special. Remodeled, spacious, two bedroom apartment, $600/ month No pets. Laundry available on-site. 307-670-8933. Clean two bedroom four-plex, washer, dryer, dishwasher, disposal, new windows, no smoking, $575/ month, $575/ deposit. 689-3664 or 682-7827. 2205 S. Emerson, two bedroom, one bath. Completely remodeled. $700 per month. Realtor owned. Call 307-299-3311.

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Low weekly rates available at the Super 8 Motel. 307-6828078. MOTEL 6. Winter weekly rates from $175. 307-686-8600. Furnished rooms, starting at $150/ week. 307756-2431. Room for rent. Smoking okay, $400. 660-4119. Non-smoking, no pets, clean quiet person, 689-9908, leave message. Room for rent, $475, utilities included. 307680-3570.

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Lot available in Lex Court for singlewide. Call 660-7135. PROSPECTOR MOBILE HOME PARK. Most competitive pricing in the Gillette area. Call now for move in specials. Earn free rent when a friend you refer signs a lease. Large RV spots. Full sized mobile home lots, paved streets, with utilities included. Located on the outskirts of town off Hwy. 14-16. Sweetwater Management Group, LLC, Deb Erisman, Broker, 307-687-1000, 307-696-3379. First month free rent small trailer or camper space available, Rolling Hills Mobile Home Park. Water furnished. In City limits. 682-4665. Moorcroft RV lots, large 30x50 with grass and trees, all included, reasonable rates. Call 307756-3452 or 307-756-9836. FOOTHILLS MOBILE HOME PARK, conveniently located family mobile home park. Single or doublewide spaces. Two months free rent for newly approved applicants. 307-6828300. RV and camper trailer spaces. All utilities included, $350/ month. 680-0825, 682-7389. Lot for rent, $275/ month. 685-6694. One month free rent RV spot, utilities paid. Most pets okay, $375. 680-6274, ask for details. Trailer house lot with fenced yard, trees, storage building and all the utilities. Close to town. Call 682-0454. Small trailer space or travel trailer downtown, $360 per month. 680-4348.

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1,500 square feet of office space in Camel Plaza, available Immediately. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc 307-682-0964. Four offices with reception, great location and parking, 101 Kendrick. 660-1964 or 682-1500. Five office, conference room, Boxelder Business Center, 689-5551.

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5,000 square foot warehouse, 720 square feet of office space, with 12 foot over head doors. 307-682-8485. Office/ retail space, $350 - $400 including utilities. 203 Carey. Call Pat Avery Real Estate 307-660-2475. Single offices starting at $250 per month, multiple office suites also available, Goings building above Chophouse restaurant. For details call Charles at 307-299-1511 or 307-682-6805. 2,500 square feet, shop with two over head doors and a two room office. Heated and A/C. 5,800 square feet with office space and high overhead doors. 307-682-8485. Close to hospital and Senior Citizen Center. Office consists of 12 or 13 offices and 3-1/2 baths. Nice area with good parking. 689-6565. Individual offices, (150 sq.-ft. to 200 sq.-ft.), office suite (1,350 sq.-ft.), excellent downtown office building location. 686-6347, ask for Mike.

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10x20 storage units and 12x40 RV, boat spots. Antelope Butte Storage LLC, 685-8178. *ANYTIME STORAGE* 682-6266. Beacon Self Storage, 686-9729. New units. 1375 Southern Drive. Storage Units, outside, boat and trailer spaces easy access. Best price in town. Arapahoe Street. Engel & Associates. 307-687-0000. AA Fenced Storage, 12x40, 1307 Southern Drive. 307-257-2047. 50x50 storage shop, 12x12 door. 680-2405. Southern Drive Self Storage. Located 1/2 mile West of Highway 59 on Southern Drive. 307-685-2888. www.gillettestorage.com. 8x40 storage, $100/ month. Can deliver or leave at site. 307-680-2252. EZ RV, secure Boat and Trailer Storage, 3750 South Garner Lake Road. 682-0416.

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Shop for rent, 1801 Echeta Road. Call 307299-6029 or 307-689-9580 for appointment. 30’x60’ shop with office. Overhead door. Tax and insurance included. Utilities not included. $2,100/ month. 612B Sinclair. Two year lease. Contact Adam Zimmerman, 801-518-7446. Small shop with overhead door. 686-1659 or 660-8506, call after 5pm. 2,200-sq.ft. shop with two 14’ overhead doors. 307-689-7500.

When it comes time to retire your electronics, bring them to Pacific Steel & Recycling for the best prices and service. We’ll make sure they get a new purpose with our environmentally friendly recycling process. Plus, you can trust us to keep your personal information secure until final destruction.

Commercial Studio/ office spaces for rent, approximately 8’x12’, $100/ month 689-1060. 2000 sq.-ft. warehouse/ shop. Heated, 12x12 overhead door, restroom. 307-682-0546. 40’x60’ shop, office and bath, two 14’ overhead doors, three phase, on an acre lot. 6825909 or 660-7135.

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Oak dining table, two leaves, six cane chairs, $450. 307-680-2863. Solid wood dining table with six chairs, $250/ OBO. 307-682-1514. Kitchen table with leaf, three chairs, $30. 307682-2372.

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13.7 cu.ft. Kenmore upright, frost-free, freezer. Two years old, good condition. $200/ OBO. 686-8633.

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Will pick up used washer and dryers for free. 307-680-8736 Maytag washer/ dryer, excellent. 307-6603739. Sacrifice sale! Matching front loader washer/ dryer, Kenmore, less than one year old, $1,000. Dan, 307-660-7438.

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Hitachi 50” Ultravision plasma TV, excellent shape, $700/ OBO. 680-8617.

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FIREWOOD, COAL, FUEL

FIREWOOD $160/ cord, two cord minimum delivered, 307-465-2258, 307-941-1177. Firewood for sale. 307-629-0804, 307-6291514. FIRE WOOD. Wally Wood Pine - cut and split. Free saw dust Aladdin, WY 307-896-2284. Cut, split, dry Cottonwood. 670-1841. Pine wood, cut and split, straw. Butcher pigs. 307-687-0111, 670-1741. Firewood. 680-3505.

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Cooper Mod 21 17 Remington 24” stainless Varmit Leupold bases, $1,250. Savage 204 Ruger 24” Varmit 475. 689-1793.

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Two female Chiweenies, 10 weeks, up to date on shots, very well socialized. $300. 307-6800363. Forever Faithful Pet Crematory, Gillette, WY. Corinne, 660-1134; Rita, 680-0316.

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Want to buy any campers for cash. Call 6800854.

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MISC. MERCHANDISE 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314.

AKC yellow pups and yellow, black, or chocolate started dogs available. Certified kennel, hunting background. www.alcornshunterhaven.com Call for prices, 308-232-4508.

Two large commercial grade hot food warmers, one with two trays, one with four trays. If interested, call 685-1408.

AKC Chihuahua, long haired male. Fawn and white. $300. 307-670-9475.

Excellent 44 Tanning Bed, (44) 160W reflective bulbs, 10 facial tanners, air conditioner, stereo, five ft. tanning surface, buck boosters, electric panel - three phase, T-Max timer. Located in Sheridan, WY 307-751-2989, evenings only. $5,000/ OBO.

PUREBRED BLUE HEELER puppies for sale. 307-680-8798, 685-6519.

Wheelchair with brakes, braided afghans, porcelain dolls. 307-257-4006

German Shepherd puppies, eight weeks old, looking for good homes, $500. Cash only. 6600947. If no answer leave message.

HOT TUB. 2010 MARQUIS hot tub, 322 model, 5’x7’, includes cover and lift, 22 therapy jets and reclining seat. Three-four person. $3,000. 605-645-6712. Located in Gillette, WY.

Large floor birdcage for larger birds. Asking $150. Used six months. Call 680-2564 daytime.

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Oat hay for sale. Good quality, 85-lb. bales, $10/ bale. Call Tami, 307-689-6308.

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BUILDING MATERIALS

10’x12’ shed, electrical and lights installed, new paint, great shape, $1,100/ OBO. 6808617. Two quonset style buildings. 25x36, 42x68. 1877-239-3944 or 1-406-222-5535.

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Steel buildings. Complete for assembly. Ex 24x24, reg $6,678, disc $5,640 (quantity 1) 48x96 reg $32,470, disc. $27,057 (quantity 2). Call for others, Source#18X, 800-964-8335.

Hot dog vending cart for sale! One year old trailer, mounted with lights, complete with hurricane umbrella, lots of extras available. Great opportunity to make a lot of cash. Perfect for weddings, fairs, picnics, parties and more. Call 685-1408 if interested.

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Free Pomeranian to good home. House broke. 307-670-3536.

Will pay cash for single or doublewide mobile homes. 680-0854. Horse shelter. 686-4015.

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Licensed in-home daycare has seven available openings for infants and up. Please call Tristan at 307-299-2734 for details. In-home child care for one baby to preschool child, 24/7. 307-257-7486.

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Landscapes by Holcomb. Trees, shrubs, mulch, rock and compost. 3405 Southern Drive, 685-1321. Taking appointments to winterize sprinklers. Call Larry. 660-3809. Sprinkler System Winterization. Call Dan at Miller Landscaping. 689-6925, 686-7236.

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Home Management Services. Professional residential, commercial and construction cleaning. Reasonable rates. 257-2933. www.hmscleans.com. House cleaning, yard work, etc. References available. Hard working, honest, and dependable. 257-0246. MS CLEAN SERVICES. Commercial shark experience, faster, cleaner, deep cleaning. We do it all, great specials, insured. 307-689-0913.

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CONSTRUCTION Urban Concrete, 660-6436.

Buchanan Excavating. Basements, septic, driveways, grading, concrete and much more. Licensed and insured. 307670-8335, 307-660-1508, Chad.

24/7 child care. 686-2825. Licensed childcare openings, all ages. Call 660-1476.

Brad’s Top Quality Fencing, 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155.

Campbell County Senior Center

Weekly Menu The Campbell County Senior Center at 701 Stocktrail Ave. is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 686-0804.

Monthly Payment as low as $238/month with approved credit.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;O-SO-SPECIALâ&#x20AC;? Blood Donors Needed Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a fact: our emergency rooms are using more and more type-O blood each year. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s because type-O negative blood can be transfused to patients with other blood types. In many emergency situations, hospitals must use type-O blood until the patient is stabilized and blood type is determined. United Blood Services, the areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nonprofit community blood provider, is particularly concerned about attracting new donors with type-O blood and giving current type-O donors opportunities to donate three or four times a year. According to Beth-Anne Ferley, Donor Recruitment Director of United Blood Services, transfusions of certain types do not always match the percentage of people in the population who have that type. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where the special type-O donors play an important role,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They are kind of like everything to everybody!â&#x20AC;? If you are an old O donor who hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t given in a while, or a new donor who would like to try it for the first time, United Blood Services encourages you to come to a blood drive in your area. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know your blood type? â&#x20AC;&#x153;You can easily find it out,â&#x20AC;? said Beth-Anne. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve made your donation, you can log in to www.bloodhero.com and learn your blood type, along with other health information like the free cholesterol reading youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll receive when you donate. You might just be one of those oh-so-special Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s.â&#x20AC;?

This Month in History October 22 - 1797 - Andre-Jacques Garnerin completed the first high-altitude parachute jump from a hydrogen balloon 3,200 feet above Paris. 1883 - The grand opening of the original New York Metropolitan Opera House was celebrated with a performance of Gounodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Faust.â&#x20AC;? 1962 - In what is known as the Cuban Missile Crisis, President John F. Kennedy, in a nationwide television address, demanded the removal from Cuba of Soviet missiles and imposed a naval quarantine to prevent further weaponry from reaching Cuba. October 23 - 1925 - Television talk show host of â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Tonight Show,â&#x20AC;? Johnny Carson was born in Corning, Iowa. 1950 - Actor, singer, and star of the first feature-length talkie, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Jazz Singer,â&#x20AC;? Al Jolson died in San Francisco of a heart attack. 1970 - American Gary Gabelich broke the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s record for fastest land speed when he drove â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Blue Flame,â&#x20AC;? a rocket-powered four-wheeled vehicle an average speed of 631.367 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. 1971 - Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, opened 16 years after Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California. 1983 - A suicidal terrorist attack on American forces in Beirut, Lebanon, killed 240 U.S. personnel at the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut. 1989 - Hungary declared itself an independent republic from Soviet rule. October 24 - 1861 - The first transcontinental telegraph line was completed when workers of the Western Union Telegraph Company linked the eastern and western networks at Salt Lake City, Utah. 1901 - Anna Edison Taylor became the first person to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel. 1929 - After several weeks of a downward trend in stock prices, investors began panic selling on this day, dubbed â&#x20AC;&#x153;Black Thursday,â&#x20AC;? with over 13 million shares of stocks dumped. 1930 - John Wayne was featured in his first leading role in â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Big Trail.â&#x20AC;? 1940 - The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 was passed into law, mandating an eight-hour work day. 1945 - The United Nations was formed less than two months after the end of World War II with the ratification of the United Nations Charter. 1975 - The Broadway musical, â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Chorus Line,â&#x20AC;? opened in New York. 2003 - The supersonic Concorde jet made its last commercial passenger flight, traveling from New York Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Heathrow Airport in London. October 25 - 1400 - Geoffrey Chaucer, English poet and author of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Canterbury Tales,â&#x20AC;? died in London. 1845 - Lord James Cardigan led the charge of the Light Brigade cavalry against Russian artillery during the Crimean War, resulting in the loss of almost half of the British forces. 1881 - Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain. 1944 - The Japanese deployed kamikaze suicide bombers against American warships for the first time in the Battle of the Leyte Gulf. 1971 - The United Nations General Assembly voted to admit mainland China and expel Taiwan, after many years of debate over which entity was the â&#x20AC;&#x153;officialâ&#x20AC;? government of China. 1972 - The first women to become FBI agents, Susan Lynn Roley and Joanne E. Pierce, completed training at Quantico, Virginia, graduating with a group of 45 men. 1983 - The island of Grenada was invaded by U.S. military forces.

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Help With Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis is a condition caused by the breakdown and eventual loss of cartilage in the joints. It is often a result of the natural aging process. There is no known cure for this joint disorder, but there are ways to ease the associated pain and stiffness. While medication is often prescribed to treat this condition, there are also lifestyle changes that can help. Excess weight is the biggest risk factor for developing osteoarthritis, as this puts undue stress on your joints. Being overweight also wears down the cartilage in these areas of the body. You can reduce your risk of developing osteoarthritis by up to 50 percent simply by keeping your weight within a normal range. If you are overweight, even losing just five pounds can have a positive effect on your joints, especially your knees. This weight loss can help protect your joints and decrease your pain. Exercise is another good approach to reducing the pain from osteoarthritis. Some sufferers of this disorder believe that increased physical activity can cause more discomfort, but the opposite is true. Inactivity causes more stiffness in your joints, while increased activity helps to reduce inflammation. Exercise also strengthens the muscles connected to your joints. Best choices for exercise are low-impact activities, such as swimming, cycling, or rowing. Before starting any new exercise routine, you should consult with your doctor. Finally, there has been recent research into the effectiveness of certain supplements. These include glucosamine and chondroitin, ginger, hyaluronic acid, collagen, and vitamins C and D. Some research has shown that the use of these supplements can contribute to decreased pain and increased mobility in some people with arthritis. More research is needed to prove the safety and effectiveness of these supplements, so it is best to consult with your health care provider to find the right supplements for you.

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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, Oct. 24 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tuesday Oct. 30

WEDNESDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. GRADE SCHOOL DRAWING, 4 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 682-9133. PAINTBRUSH ELEMENTARY, 6:30 p.m. K-6 choir concert. BOXELDER ROAD, open house to explain Boxelder Road Phase 2-B, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. THURSDAY TODDLER TIME, 9:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s section, for children ages 18 month to 3-years old. Call 687-9225. STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. For ages 3 to 5. HOMESCHOOL ART, 2-3:30 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 682-9133. Fee is $12.50. GRADE SCHOOL KIDS CLUB, 4-5 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 682-9133. Fee is $15. PRONGHORN ELEMENTARY PTO, 5:30 p.m., family fun night and silent auction beneďŹ t for school. FAMILIES & JAMMIES, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TEEN ANIME CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. FRIDAY PHOTOGRAPHY FOR ADULTS, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 682-9133. Fee is $30. LITTLE TIKES, 10 a.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 682-9133. Fee is $7. PRAIRIE WIND ELEMENTARY, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., PTO Carnival WINE FESTIVAL, CHARACTER AUCTION, 6 p.m.,

Clarion Inn & Convention Center. Award-winning Wyoming author Craig Johnson will auction off a name that will appear in a future book as part of his Walt Longmire mystery series. It is part of the One Book, One Community event. Tickets are $25; available at the library. OPEN MIC NIGHT, 7 to 9 p.m., Bevâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Brew, 2701 Powder Basin Ave. Open to poetry, music, comedy, dramatic interpretation. Call 686-7177. LITTLE POWDER SCHOOL, 6 to 8 p.m., Halloween carnival. ROZET ELEMENTARY, 6:30 to 8 p.m., annual Halloween carnival. UNCORKED, 7 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Must be 21 or older to attend. Call 682-9133. Fee is $35. SATURDAY TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 10 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. OPEN PLAY GAMING, 1-4 p.m., for teens, Campbell County Public Library. WII SATURDAY, 1-4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library tween room. For fourth through sixth grades. PUMPKIN CARVING FUN, 10-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 6829133. Fee is $10 JOAN SOWADA ARTIST RECEPTION, 5-7 p.m. Artist will talk about her â&#x20AC;&#x153;Come Out and Playâ&#x20AC;? show at 6:16 p.m. Cam-plex Heritage Center Gallery. Show will remain in the gallery through Nov. 16. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. MEN OF WORTH, 7 p.m., Cam-plex Heritage Center. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youth, seniors and military. Call 682-8802 or go to www.cam-plex.com. PLANETARIUM PUBLIC SHOW, 7 p.m., Tales of the Maya Skies. Reservations required, call 307-

682-4307 or go to www.ccsdplanet.com. MONDAY FAMILY FRIGHT NIGHT, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library; stories, skits and music. Tickets are free and available at the library. Donations of nonperishable food items will be collected for the Soup Kitchen. TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. HOLIDAY FLOORCLOTH CLASS, 6-9 p.m., AVA Community Art Center. Call 682-9133. Fee is $75. BUFFALO RIDGE ELEMENTARY, 6:30 p.m., thirdand fourth-grade music program. TWIN SPRUCE JUNIOR HIGH DANCE, 7 to 9 p.m. TUESDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. TEENS CARD CLUB, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. PAINTBRUSH ELEMENTARY, 6:30 p.m., thirdand fourth-grade music program. ADULT ANIME & CARD CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. FAMILY FRIGHT NIGHT, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library; stories, skits and music. Tickets are free and available at the library. Donations of nonperishable food items will be collected for the Soup Kitchen. TRICKS & TREATS, stop by Campbell County Public Library Teen Room for tricks and treats. PLANETARIUM PUBLIC SHOW, 7 p.m., Tales of the Maya Skies. Reservations required, call 307682-4307 or go online at www.ccsdplanet.com. Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s note: This calendar is a daily feature of the Gillette News Record. Individuals or groups involved in any public activity may submit items to be listed. To submit an item, send a press release at least a week in advance to The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette WY 827173006, e-mail it to news@gillettenewsrecord.com or bring it to the office at 1201 W. Second St.

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CONSTRUCTION

Quint Valley Concrete, for all your concrete needs. Roger, 307-949-0121. Concrete lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010.or 605-209-6720. J&J Plumbing, remodel, repair, residential, commercial, water heaters, sewer and drain cleaning. We delime tankless water heaters. 682-5752. Small concrete project? Call Flatwork ETC., 307-257-3014. LICENSED QUALITY PAINTING. Water and fire damage, insurance claims. Interior specialist. Sheetrock, trim, staining, texture, insulation, decks, finished basements/ garages, doors, exterior. Wood fence reconditioning. Experience since 1979. Expedient Professional Service. Steve Pardington, 307670-3384. References. Experienced drywall and finisher painter. Will fix any problems around your home or business. Call the Drywall Man, 670-8767. Pole barns, decks, roofing, siding and painting, concrete. 307-351-0164. Rick Oldaugh Construction. Roofing and siding. Garages, pole buildings and wood basements. Remodeling and additions. Thirty years experience. 307-689-4820.

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Gunderson Painting. Most bedrooms, $350, baths, $250, 31 years experience, great rates. 680-6865. BROWN CONSTRUCTION. LICENSED AND INSURED. Remodel, repairs, roofing, siding, windows, drywall, doors, concrete, handyman, welding. We guarantee your satisfaction! Free estimates. BILL BROWN, 307-696-0089. On The Level Construction, LLC. Kitchen, bath and remodel specialists. 307-689-8637. BRAD’S MOBILE HOME PARTS AND SERVICE. Free estimates. Call 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155.

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AIR DUCT CLEANING. Chimney sweep services, dryer vents. Call 686-1267. Home Repair and Handyman, window and siding replacement. 30+ years experience. Call David, 307-686-4038 or 307-670-4143. Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. DJ and Karaoke services. And clowns. Call Just Clowning Around. 682-3394. 2 Guys 1 Truck, moving and hauling, no job too big or too small, junk removal. 307-2742395. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. Taking appointments to winterize sprinklers. Call Larry. 660-3809.

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407 Medical Arts Court. Sometime between 10/06/2012 at 1930 hours, and 10-08-2012 at 0048 hours, unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the pharmacy through the drive thru window. Approximately 1,000 Ocycodone and Oxycontin pills were taken from a pharmacy shelf.

NARCOTICS Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving narcotic crimes in Gillette. The Gillette Narcotics Investigation Team is requesting information relating to any drug related activity in Gillette. If you have information that can solve this or any other crime 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.

direct operations of the 127-year-old MNA, its for-profit advertising sales subsidiary and the Montana Newspaper Foundation. Responsibilities include financial planning and operations, legislative work, marketing/advertising, seminars and conventions, contests, office and personnel management, publications. Successful candidate will understand community newspapers, web-based news and advertising, and exhibit strong communications and interpersonal skills. Send letter of application, resume and salary history to Montana Newspaper Association, 825 Great Northern Blvd., Ste. 202, Helena, MT 59601 or email to mtnews@mtnewspapers.com. DETENTION DEPUTY, Uinta County Sheriff’s Office, Evanston, WY. Excellent salary and benefits. Rotating shifts and days off. Lateral transfers for certified. Call (307) 783-1007 for application. LIGHT MECHANIC/OIL CHANGE TECHNICIAN. Please apply at Big West Autoplex, Worland. Call 307-347-4229, ask for Scott or Diana. OVER 403,000 WYOMING PEOPLE will read your classified ad if you place it in WYCAN. Sell, buy, announce. $135 for 25 words. Contact this newspaper for details.

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Bringing the Flavor Back to Dinnertime (Family Features) Between carpool, soccer practice and music lessons, the school year leaves little time for parents to make mouthwatering family meals. In fact, it’s often difficult to wrangle everyone together - let alone get them excited about dinner. The secret to reviving family dinnertime? Make meals so fun and flavorful, they won’t want to leave the table. Start with these simple, delicious tips from Lawry’s: Flavorful favorites. When schedules are crammed, it’s time to revisit family favorites that everyone at the table can agree on - like chicken. To take it over the top, pair this all-time classic with another delicious staple. With a blend of seven vibrant herbs and spices, Lawry’s Seasoned Salt is the secret weapon of your spice cabinet, adding that unmistakable zing your family craves. Whether you’re serving up drumsticks or tenders, chicken seasoned with Lawry’s is an instant hit. Have fun with it. Meals should be as much about family fun and togetherness as they are about food - so make tonight’s dinner a special one. Try making simple, playful changes to your routine: host themed nights like Tex-Mex or Italian or serve breakfast for dinner. Sprinkle hash browns and eggs (any style!) with your favorite spice blend to take your breakfast staples to the next level. Keep it simple. Need a flavorful dinner on the table in less than thirty minutes? A durable skillet is your best friend. Whether it’s a quick stirfry or bold Southwest Skillet Chicken and Rice, one-dish meals provide amped up flavor and cut down on prep and cleaning, freeing you up to enjoy more time around the table with your family. For more flavorful recipes, visit www.lawrys.com.

Southwest Skillet Chicken and Rice Prep Time: 10 minutes • Cook Time: 20 minutes • Makes: 6 servings 2 teaspoons chili powder 2 teaspoons Lawry’s Seasoned Salt 1 1/2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breast halves 1 tablespoon oil 1 can (15 ounces) black beans, drained and rinsed 1 can (14 1/2 ounces) petite diced tomatoes, drained 1 cup frozen corn 1 cup instant white rice 1 cup water Mix chili powder and seasoned salt in small bowl. Sprinkle chicken with 1 teaspoon seasoning mixture. Heat oil in large nonstick skillet on medium heat. Add chicken; cook 5 minutes per side or until lightly browned. Stir in beans, tomatoes, corn, rice, water and remaining seasoning mixture. Bring to boil. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 5 minutes, or until chicken is cooked through and rice is tender. Let stand 5 minutes. Cut chicken into serving size pieces. Fluff rice mixture with fork before serving. Source: Lawry’s

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Squeaky Clean Tips to Simplify Your Laundry Routine (Family Features) If it seems that you can never quite diminish the size of your laundry pile, you’re not alone. Laundry is a part of everyday life and the more people in your household, the bigger the pile and the more often you need to wash. Designate one place in your home to be the laundry zone and sort through these time-saving tips to make your laundry routine faster and easier, leaving you with more time to do the things you love. De-clutter and reorganize. Clear some space from your shelves to give yourself more room to work in the laundry room. Get rid of old containers, trash and even those stray socks missing their pair. Place a small basket or tray near the washer for collecting small items and loose change found in pockets. This prevents clutter as well as accidents in the wash. Larger baskets labeled delicates, lights and darks help to keep clothes easily sorted and off of the floor. Essentials at-the-ready. Keep frequently used items easily accessible by placing them on a shelf designed to fit on top of your washing machine. Store smaller items in stackable baskets or bins so they aren’t in the way. Make sure your detergent is placed high enough so that little hands can’t grab it, but within reach for older kids to take over their own laundry chores. Get rid of hassle and bulk. Save yourself from the trouble of heavy bottles and messy spills. Choose a multi-purpose detergent that comes

pre-measured, like Arm & Hammer(tm) Plus OxiClean(tm) Crystal Burst Power Paks. These single-use, pre-measured paks combine the power of OxiClean(tm) stain fighters and Arm & Hammer(tm) Baking Soda to remove stains and eliminate tough odors. Just toss one in the washer with your laundry and go. Sort and go. Give everyone in the family their own small mesh laundry bag for items that tend to get lost and mixed-up such as socks and underwear. Collect the bags and throw them in the washer and dryer together so that everything stays sorted. Prep for final steps. Save time from ironing by pulling clothes directly from the dryer after the cycle is complete. Keep a stack of hangers nearby to hang clothes immediately for a wrinklefree wardrobe. Designate an area of nearby countertop or a table to make folding and organizing clothes out of the dryer quicker. For more ways to simplify your laundry routine, check out www.armandhammer.com. Photo courtesy of Getty Images #11270_AR Source: Arm & Hammer

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Seeking full-time babysitting in your home Light housekeeping. Not opposed to overnight sitting. Message number 686-1767 ask for Shelly.

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Laborers needed Apply at TSI, 510 N. Limestone. A well respected, professional cleaning company is now hiring a full time Housecleaner. Must have experience, good organizational, communication and time management skills. Wage depends on experience. Pre-employment and random drug screening. Call 307-6605758, 307-686-6427 or 307-660-5472. Retail sales associate, Gillette retail store, immediate opening. Full benefits package, $13.23/ hour to start, sales experience required. To apply online www.unionwireless.com; to send resume utcjobs@unionwireless.com.

North Platte Physical Therapy is looking for a full-time physical therapy tech. Benefits available. Pick up an application at 620 4-J Court, Suite B. No phone calls. Hard working, dependable stylist, Monday through Friday 9:00-6:00. Apply with resume, including three references, Shear Magic Salon, 110 E. Lakeway, Suite 500. SECOR, a McElroy Fusing equipment distributor, is currently accepting applications for a warehouse/ mechanicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s assistant for our Gillette location. Position requires light mechanical and maintenance experience, forklift operation, general warehouse duties, inside sales and good customer service skills. Must be able to lift 75 lbs. Approximately 40-50 hours per week, pay DOE. Secor offers a full benefits package. Apply in person with a resume at 3570 Bird Drive, Gillette, WY. Campbell County Head Start is accepting applications for a full time Head Start Teacher working with children ages three to five. Bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Degree required, preferably in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Child Development, or a related field. Must have strong interpersonal skills. For application/information: www.wyomingchild.org, 307-682-4214. EOE. Garage door installer/ helper. Valid driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. We are a drug free workplace Overhead Door Company of Gillette, 3208 North Hwy.14-16.

HELP WANTED

Immediate openings for Class A CDL drivers with two years verifiable tanker endorsement experience at our Pine Bluffs, WY location. Oil field experience a plus but not required. Clean MVR and pre-employment screening will be conducted for qualified applicants. We offer competitive wages, major medical for employee paid by company, paid vacation after one year. Stepp by Stepp Oil Field Services, 307245-3200. Truck driver, part-time. Must have CDL with HAZMAT and tanker endorsements. Mandatory pre-employment and random drug/ alcohol testing required. Candidates must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. Must be willing to work overtime and be assigned to on-call rotation. Excellent wages ONLY individuals meeting license requirements need apply at Blakeman Propane, Inc., 4111 N. Hwy 14-16, Gillette, WY 82716. EOE. Full time position for medical receptionist/ coder. Excellent people skills required, experience preferred. Send resume to Blind Box 698, C/O The News-Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717. Experienced framer, pay depending on experience. Please call Steve at 307-287-4352. API 1104 Welders needed for booster stations in Lusk and Sundance area. Phone 972-206-0277. Fax 972-602-1388. Resumes@txind.com. Climate Solutions, Inc. is now hiring! We are a growing company seeking to hire a Service Technician with 2-5 years experience. Wage DOE. Call Nate today for your interview at 307-660-4769 or visit our website to complete your application. www.climatesolutionswyo.com. Divine Nursing now hiring for direct care providers. Experience is a plus. Must be willing to be CPR and first aid certified. Apply at 911 Edwards. Truck driver needed in Douglas area. Must have a Class A CDL. Minimum two years experience. 307-359-3210. Seeking Gillette or near by resident foreman for local construction company. Please call 307-778-0400 for information or fax resume to 307-778-6664. Network Administrator Full time, competitive wage, full benefits. Apply at 1205 E. Lincoln St., Gillette, WY or email resume to angel@solvingtech.com.

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UNEMPLOYED? Tired of trying to make ends meet on your unemployment benefits? START A NEW DAY AND A NEW CAREER. Call Mountain West CDL School today and receive your CDL in just weeks. Funding and financing available to those who qualify. Call today 307299-3645. Job placement assistance upon graduation. Delivery driver needed. Floral designing experience preferred. Must have a good driving record. Pay depending on experience. Send resume to PO Box 2267 or apply in person with resume to Gillette Floral. Now hiring experienced cooks. Must have flexible schedule. Apply in person at front desk at Best Western Tower West Lodge. Hiring full-time mechanic. Must have three years experience CBM compression, must have valid driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license and CDL, high school diploma or equivalent, engine and compressor schools and Cat training. Preemployment screening, competitive benefit package. Please send resumes to monarchnatgascareers@gmail.com. Bartender/ wait person. Full or part-time. Must be flexible. Must be 21 years or older. Send resume to Blind Box 680, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. Busy optometric practice seeking an optician who is a friendly, energetic individual to join our staff. Drop off resume at Gillette Optometric Clinic at 609 4-J Court.

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Experienced Salesperson for Wyoming magazine. Enthusiasm and creativity required. Base plus commissions. Send resume: standardmail@vcn.com. Consolidated Oil Well Services has an immediate opening for a DOT/ Safety professional. Position will be responsible for all DOT/ Safety compliance issues including training and proper forms. Experience in DOT/Safety is required. Email resumes to tmcclure@cows.bz or lmoxley@cows.bz, or fax to 307-686-4917. Now hiring cocktail waitresses. Apply in person at Mingles Five to ten years experience, carpenters/ lead man. R&L Contractors, 682-7598. Skilled Laborers, Carpenters, full time, wages based on experience. Benefits, we drug test and Everify Apply at 1100 North Gurley. Salon booth rental, great location in established salon. Hair Studio 2000, 686-3701. Journeyman and Apprentice Electrician with CDL, powerline and oilfield experience. 307680-8496. H-E Parts Crown, a leader in aftermarket parts for mining equipment is seeking warehouse and delivery worker in Gillette. Must have clean driving record and eligible for DOT Cerification. Full benefits package. Equal opportunity employer. Send resume to Human Resources: nmyers@crownparts.us or fax to 406-252-6625 or mail to 1733 Highway 87 E., Billings, Mt. 59101.

Wells Fargo - Gillette With you when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for a rewarding career TELLER As a Wells Fargo Teller, you will provide excellent service in all customer interactions, informing customers on new services, consistently balance your cash daily, have great rapport with people, meet your referral and sales goals, and enjoy helping others while maintaining ethics and integrity

PERSONAL BANKER In this position, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll sell Wells Fargo retail banking products and services to customers and prospects. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll manage customer portfolios, strengthen relationships, and cross-sell, as well as provide a broad base of financial and credit services.

SERVICE BANKER We are looking for a high energy professional to manage teller services, ensuring prompt and efficient transaction processing and customer financial success through sales, referrals and quality service. You will develop, train, coach and effectively schedule a successful teller team. Candidates preferred with previous teller experience to include knowledge of related policies, procedures and bank services. Proven supervisory and people management experience, coaching/training experience and strong organization, communication, critical thinking and analytical skills are essential.

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The Town of Moorcroft is accepting applications for a full-time maintenance person, CDL preferred. Must have high school diploma or GED, be 18 years of age and have a valid driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. Will be working in all facets of town maintenance operations including cemetery, equipment repairs, water and sewer mains, landfill and streets and alleys. Knowledge of heavy equipment operation, mechanics and Hydrovac would be preferred. Salary depending on experience. Applications may be picked up at City Hall, 104 N. Big Horn Avenue, 307-756-3526, or resumes sent to Town of Moorcroft, PO Box 70, Moorcroft, WY 82721. Applications will be taken until October 26, 2012 at 5:00 pm.

Since 1936, Power Equipment Company has been Coloradoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading provider of Equipment, Products, & Services for the Construction, Mining, Asphalt, & Aggregate Industries. PECO is hiring experienced Field Technicians. Clean MVR and background a must. Looking for minimum five years technical experience and a strong desire to succeed. We offer a competitive salary & excellent benefits! Positions are available in the following areas: Denver, Colorado and Northeastern Colorado. Send resume with detailed listing of skill sets to Service Manager, mail: P.O. Box 28, Denver, CO, 80201; fax: 303-288-6809; Email: resumes@power-equip.com If you have dealership experience, please talk to us!

LETTERS TO SANTA Mail your letter to:

Letters to Santa c/o Gillette News Record P.O. Box 3006 Gillette, WY 82717

Quick Tips: Organizing Tip: Clutter in a bathroom can increase when several people are sharing the space. To cut down on the mess, assign each person a vanity drawer. This gives each person a place to store their own items and will make them more responsible for putting his or her things away. Safety Tip: To evaluate how secure your home really is, pretend that you have locked yourself out of your home. How would you get in if you had to? Walk around your home and look for entry points that do not present too much difficulty. These are the areas that should be given more security from burglars. Make a list of windows and doors that need additional security measures and make these a priority. Healthy Living Tip: Nearly half of all Americans take vitamins, but many are doing so incorrectly. To get the most out of your vitamin supplements, you should take them with meals to help your body fully absorb the nutrients. If you are taking more than one pill of a vitamin, try to spread them throughout the day rather than taking them all at once. You should also realize that vitamins cannot replace a healthy diet. Overdoing it can actually do some harm, so do not take more than the recommended dose unless youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been instructed by your doctor.

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CCMH Career Opportunities RNs - Special Care Nursery & L&D Inpatient RN Supervisor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Behavioral Health Business Process Supervisor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Behavioral Health RN - Education Coordinator Accountant Clinical RN Supervisor (days or nights) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pioneer Manor RNs and LPNs (8 or 12 hour shifts) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pioneer Manor Consider joining our outstanding staff. Excellent leadership opportunities are available at Campbell County Memorial Hospital, a dynamic, acute and long-term care DNV accredited organization. We offer child care, competitive pay and excellent beneďŹ ts. For immediate consideration, apply on-line at www. ccmh.net/jobs. Human Resources Campbell County Memorial Hospital P. O. Box 3011, Gillette, WY 82717 688-1501 Web Site: www.ccmh.net/jobs hr@ccmh.net E.O.E.

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â&#x20AC;˘ Director of Nursing. In our Long Term Care facility, requires a registered nurse with a current WY license and five years of administrative long term care experience. As a management position a motivated, dedicated and caring individual is needed. â&#x20AC;˘ RNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and LPNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Must be able to be licensed in Wyoming. Make a difference and be part of a dedicated and professional team. Must be a reliable, team player and self-motivated. â&#x20AC;˘ Activities Aid. Part time (2 days a week). Must be a high school graduate, and have a desire to work with and motivate seniors. Good interpersonal skills, cheerful positive attitude and ability to work independently or with supervision is necessary. â&#x20AC;˘ Home Health Director. Candidate must be an R.N. with a minimum five years of experience. A self-motivated individual with good interpersonal skills along with a cheerful, positive attitude are necessary. Responsible to visit patients, instruct patient or caretaker, assess condition and establish appropriate nursing action. Comply with HCFA standards and maintain standards established by the WY Nurse Practice Act. Determine appropriate department staffing to meet patient and budget needs as well as related managerial duties. â&#x20AC;˘ Social Service Designee. To implement the medically related social service needs of residents in our Long Term Care facility. A Bachelors in social work or in a related human services field and one year of supervised social work experience in a health care setting working directly with individuals is required. Good interpersonal skills along with a cheerful positive attitude and ability to work independently are necessary. â&#x20AC;˘ Cook/Aides. Prefer two years of food service experience. Good communication skills (written and verbal) and ability to be self-motivated are critical. Individual must be able to function as part of a team. â&#x20AC;˘ Receptionist in our Moorcroft Clinic. Position requires a motivated, dedicated and caring individual with good organizational skills.

Applications are available in the HR and Business Offices, PO Box 571, 713 Oak Street, Sundance, WY 82729 orKU#FURRNFRXQW\PHGLFDOFRP email your resume and cover letter to hr@crookcountymedical.com.

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Hemo-what? Low Iron the Cause for Fewer Blood Donations Iron - it’s in your blood. In your hemoglobin, to be exact. Hemoglobin carries oxygen to your body tissues and gives blood its red color. And not having enough hemoglobin can mean that you can’t donate blood. Fortunately, low hemoglobin, or iron-deficiency, is most often temporary. It is developed when too little iron is absorbed from food to replace iron lost from the body due to heavy menstrual flow, gastrointestinal disease, or surgery. It can also be caused by eating or drinking the wrong combination of foods, beverages, or minerals - for example, the calcium in milk and other dairy products can block iron absorption, so it’s better to drink a glass of orange juice with that hamburger, and have your milk a few hours later. So when you plan to donate at your next area blood drive make sure you have plenty of iron in your system. Eating foods high in iron, like meat, fish, poultry, green leafy vegetables, peas, beans, and whole grain bread, will help you maintain a healthy level of iron. To schedule an appointment to donate, call 605-342-8525 in Rapid City or go online to www.unitedbloodservices.org.

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