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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.



Auto insurance preferred and SR-22’s. Call Elizabeth Jones Agency, 307-682-6520. We buy junk cars. Towing available. Manning’s Salvage. 307-685-6968. 2001 Daewoo Lanos two door hatchback, front wheel drive, 155,000 miles. $2,500 OBO. 307689-0673 or 307-689-8935. 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse, standard transmission, 16,000 miles, $16,000. 689-2068. 1993 Buick Park Avenue Ultra, $1,700. 1995 Buick Park Avenue, nice, $2,650. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2006 Honda Shadow Sabre, VT, 1100cT, low miles, $4,000. 307-257-1916.





2004 case 580M series two backhoe, 4x4, 1,975-hrs., four-wheel drive, aux, hyd 24' and 18' buckets, with forks and 24' trench compactor, two and four stick controls, $40K. 307660-2660.



2005 Yamaha WR450F, like new condition, $2,750. 307-685-0940. 2007 Harley Davidson FLSTN Hrtg Sftl Nastlgia. Mint. $11,500/ OBO. 419-9670626 after 6pm. 2007 Suzuki C90T 1500cc Boulevard Cruiser. 1,300 miles, saddle bags, travel bag, three new helmets, one pair new leathers. $6,200. 687-1143, 689-5642. 2012 Street Glide, tequila sunrise Harley orange, 5,500 miles. $18,500. 307-281-6065.



2001 Starcraft 14’ aluminum fishing boat, 15HP mercury, four cycle motor, trolling motor, depth finder, Starcraft trailer, excellent condition, $2,500. 307-941-1900.

Moving, must sell: 1997 Ford Explorer, leather, powerseats, windows and locks, no scratches, no dents, nothing torn inside, $3,500/ OBO. 307-851-4631.

Largest selection of pre-owned family boats in Northwest! All come with warranty!, 307-548-7571, Lovell WY.

1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee, $3,800/ OBO. 1995 Ford F250, 4x4, extended cab, $3,500/ OBO. 2004 Polaris RMK, Vertical Edge Liberty 800, $4,000. 307-670-2797.


1984 GMC 1/2 ton shortbox, 4x4, four-speed, $2,000/ OBO. 307-299-8513. 1984 Jeep Scrambler, runs great, some rust, 258 6 cylinder, four speed manual, $4,500. 307-685-0940.

Remanufactured automotive carburetors, 30 years experience, special guarantees. 307567-2012.

2011 Ford F250, 6.7 diesel, four-door, long box, loaded, $37,500/ OBO. 307-257-9059.

Remanufactured automotive carburetors, 30 years experience, special guarantees. 307567-2012.

1995 Chevy Silverado extended cab. Sharp truck, $4,000/ OBO. 670-5447.

2008 GMC grill guard, $365/ OBO. New Dunlop, 85B16, $100. 307-299-5547.

2001 Ford F150 extended cab, off road 4x4, 5.4 V-8, 87K. $9,500. 217-1903, Buffalo.

Nationwide parts locating. Best prices. Transmissions, transfers, axles, more. Used/ rebuilts. Installations available. 660-3738. Buying junk batteries. 660-3738.


Four Nissan 4x4 pickups, 1980’s, running condition, $7,000. 696-5908.



2012 Jayco 22-foot bumper pull, electric awning, loaded, $14,500/ OBO. 680-1995. 2006 Montana fifth-wheel, 37’ Four Seasons Arctic pack, four slide-outs, a lot of upgrades. 307-682-2612. 2005 Rockwood pop-up camper, queen/ full beds, furnace, sink, fridge, table, stove. Appliances never used, excellent condition, $3,000. 307-941-1900. 22’ camper trailer, sleeps four, $6,500. 307689-7500. Moving, must sell: 19’ fully self-contained minihome. Runs excellent, $4,500/ OBO. Moving. 307-851-4631.

Look for solution in this issue.

Mark the Date. Would you like to have your summer event (from Memorial Day to Labor Day) included in the events section of our annual tourism guide, From the Big Horns to the Black Hills?

1995 Ford crewcab only, big block four-speed top loader, Muncie and super T10 four-speed, ammo cans. 429 engine, rebuidable. Solargizer battery maintenance system. 307684-2902.

Set of four P265/70R16 tires, $150. 689-5642.

1976 GMC four-wheel-drive pickup. Best offer. 307-660-4719.

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2001 F350 Lariat crew cab, long box, diesel, many extras, good condition. 307-685-6311.

1993 Chevy 2500 extended cab, $2,100. 2003 Chevy K1500, extended cab, exceptionally nice, $5,375. 1997 Chevy Tahoe, $2,775. Consider trades. 307-682-7622.

Separating eggs: Cold eggs are easier than warm eggs to separate. An egg separator is the easiest way to do it, but you can also try it with your hands. With your fingers slightly apart, pour the egg into your hand, letting the white slip through your fingers into a little cup. The yolk will be left behind in your hand. Cracking an egg: The easiest way, according to the American Egg Board, is to hit right across the middle with the edge of a flat butter knife. When you are adding more than one egg to a mixture, crack each new egg into a separate little bowl before adding it to the main mixture, so if there is a problem, everything isn’t spoiled. Raw or cooked? You can tell by spinning the egg on a flat surface. A hardcooked egg will spin like a top; a raw egg will wobble.

Sudoku The challenge is to fill every row across, every column down, and every 3x3 box with the digits 1 through 9. Each 1 through 9 digit must appear only once in each row across, each column down, and each 3x3 box.


Both run great and in great shape! 2000 Polaris 800 RMK, 1,935 miles, 144" track with 2" lugs. Aftermarket can and riser - $2,000 / 2006 Skidoo Rev, 1,935 miles, 159" track $4,300. Call 406-853-5608 for more information.


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



Well cared for split level home, four bedroom, three bath, fully finished, three car garage, 1501 Manchester,.$275,000. 307-660-6121.

Submit your information to Lindsey Petri by March 29. Fax to 686-9306 or email to



e Final Is Thd ne Dea li

Two bedroom, garage, sheds, fence, remodeled, $99,000, 407 South Brooks. 696-5908. In Gillette, three bedroom, one bath. Call for details, 605-515-0912. Downtown two bedroom, one bath ranch style home. Nearly 1,500 sq feet with an enclosed sun porch. Nice central location. $150,000. 685-1549. Three bedroom, 1-1/2 bath house with an almost 11,000-sq.ft. lot, new flooring in bathroom. Low heating costs, low taxes and double pane windows. Nice house. Asking $121,900. Call 299-6196 or 939-1253.

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

To advertise, call 682-9306 Bob Kettrey, Ext. 121 • Leslie Warner, Ext. 214 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

Saturday, March 9 • 10 a.m. Antiques • Collectibles • Furniture • Shop Items Fishing Poles • Knives • Firearms For complete listing with photos, see:

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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, March 6 – Tuesday, March 12 WEDNESDAY FREE TAX HELP, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., by appointment, Campbell County Senior Center, 686-0804. TODDLER TIME, 9:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 18 months to 3 years old. Call 687-9225. STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. CRAZY FUN DRAWING, 4 to 5 p.m., class fee $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. Wright Branch Library Storytime: Wednesdays, 11 a.m. THURSDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. For ages 3 to 5. FREE TAX HELP, 5 to 8 p.m., walk in welcome, Campbell County Public Library. FAMILY LEARNING NIGHTS, 5:45 p.m., kindergarten, Meadowlark gym. GILLETTE CHALLENGER LEAGUE GAMES, 6 to 7 p.m., special needs children games, Frontier Hall at the Wyoming Center at Cam-plex. FAMILIES & JAMMIES, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TEEN ANIME CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. FRIDAY LITTLE TIKES, 10 to 11 a.m., 18 months to 6 years old, AVA Community Art Center. THE CHIPPER EXPERIENCE, 7 p.m., where comedy and magic collide, Heritage Center, Cam-plex, 682-8802. LADIES NIGHT EXPO, 3 to 9 p.m., Central Pavilion, Cam-plex.

All your winter needs available at:

UNCORKED, 7 to 9 p.m., $35 class fee, must be 21 years old, AVA Community Art Center. SATURDAY 4-H DOG CLINIC, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Barn 3, Cam-plex 682-7281. RCM BARREL RACE, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., East Pavilion, Cam-plex . VAN GOGH KIDDOS, 10 to 11:30 a.m., class fee $25, AVA Community Art Center. TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 10 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. TEEN TECH WEEK, check in at Campbell County Public Library. WII SATURDAY, 1 to 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library Tween room. For fourth through sixth grades. PLANETARIUM, 1 to 2 p.m., laser show, Metallica, Sage Valley Junior School. RANCHER’S ROUND UP BANQUET, 6 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., open to the public, Energy Hall, Cam-plex 682-6451. PLANETARIUM, 6 to 7 p.m., full dome show, Dawn of the Space Age, Sage Valley Junior High School. PLANETARIUM, 7 to 8 p.m., full dome show, Sky Tonight, Sage Valley Junior High School. PLANETARIUM, 8 to 9 p.m., full dome show, Deep Sky Hunters, Sage Valley Junior High School. SUNDAY TEEN TECH WEEK, Campbell County Public Library. SPRING STAKE CONFERENCE, 10 a.m. to noon, Equality Hall at the Wyoming Center at Cam-plex. MONDAY TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 4 p.m., Campbell

County Public Library. GILLETTE LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL TRYOUTS, 5 to 10 p.m., Central Pavilion at Cam-plex, call 660-9483. GILLETTE CHALLENGER LEAGUE GAMES, 6 to 7 p.m., special needs children games, Frontier Hall at the Wyoming Center at Cam-plex. TEEN WRITERS’ GROUP, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TUESDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. FREE TAX HELP, 1 to 4 p.m., by appointment, First National Bank, 686-3300. HOME SCHOOL KIDS, 2 to 3:30 p.m., class fee $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. TEEN CARD CLUB, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. LEARN GUITAR, 4 to 5 p.m., class fee $50, AVA Community Art Center. GILLETTE LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL TRYOUTS, 5 to 10 p.m., Central Pavilion at Cam-plex, call 660-9483. ADULT ANIME & CARD CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. PLANETARIUM, 7 p.m., family show, Dawn of the Space Age, Sage Valley Junior High School. Editor’s note: This calendar is a daily feature of the 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 Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette WY 82717-3006, email it to or bring it to the office at 1201 W. Second St.

Advertise Your Business Here! Be the Weekly Community Calendar of Events Sponsor Rates are as follows: $25 - 1x3 Spot • $45 - 2x3 Spot (All spots are full color spots).

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Sage Valley, four bedroom, three bath, two car. 308-760-1667.

1/2 acre lot, Antelope Valley. John 680-6859.

LAND HOME packages available, modular in stock, cherry cabinets, many upgrades. Great Western Homes, 307-682-2612.


Duplex, Antelope Valley, two bedroom, one bath, garage. Good rental history. Ready for owner occupancy. John 680-6859.

Four bedroom, three bath, Whirlpool tub, tanning bed, huge family room, swimming pool, $193,500. 680-1995. 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.


1997 16x80 Bonnevilla with 24x16 addition. Three bedrooms, two baths, central air, new appliances. Delivered, set up and skirted, $36,000. 307-687-2006 Mobile home for sale, must be moved. Three bedrooms, two baths. new composite skirting, $20,000/ OBO. 307-689-6525. 1995 16x80 three bedroom, two bath mobile home. $18,500. 605-391-6498, Shaun. 24x50 mobile home, must be moved. 6608344 after 5pm.




Country living at its best. Stick built or modular homes, great water, electric and telephones to lot line. Five acres and up. Rozet Ranchettes, 307-660-7135 or 307-682-5909. Sale or lease: One acre fenced lot, Hannum Industrial Park. Joe, 686-1441, evenings.


Very clean, two bedroom townhouse, garage. No pets. Westover. 680-2330. Four- five bedroom home, two bath. $1,550, some utilities included. 307-217-3353 Available April 1, possibly mid March. Four bedroom, three bath, two car garage, large fenced yard with shed and swingset. Recently updated. Pets negotiable. $1,600 plus utilities. 406-672-8488.


2008 16x80, three bedroom, two bath mobile home on rented lot. Asking $39,000. 307-6600347.


Townhome, Crestview, two bedrooms, 1-1/2 bath, washer, dryer, non-smoking, no pets. $700 307-680-8896. For sale or rent: Townhouse, three bedroom, two bath, one car garage. No smoking, no pets, $1,200/ month. 307-686-2542. Three bedroom, two bath, washer/ dryer, 2-1/2 car garage. Pets okay. No smoking. In country. $1,500/ month, plus deposit and utilities. Six month lease. Available April 1st. Located north of Rozet. 689-4809. Four bedroom, two bath, near hospital, $1,500/ month. 307-299-0074. Large country home. Four bedroom, two bath, two car garage, area for a home theater. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc for more details. 307-682-0964. Three bedroom, two car garage, central air, large fenced yard. No smoking, no pets. 6602942. Two bedroom, garage, washer/ dryer. Duplex

By the Numbers: March Madness - The Big East Conference is the most proďŹ table, bringing in over $154 million each year. - Americans spend a total of almost 8.4 million hours watching March Madness games online at work. - A thirty-second commercial during one of the last two rounds of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament costs over $1.2 million, more than three times the cost of an ad during the NBA championship. - The average salary for the head coach of a team in the March Madness tournament is $1.3 million, excluding beneďŹ ts. - Men’s basketball players spend an average of 39.2 hours a week at the gym and in practices. Source: NCAA, Smart Money


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in Antelope Valley, $750/ month, $750 deposit. No smoking, no pets. John, J&C Properties, 307-680-6859.

16x80, three bedroom, two bath, new living room carpet, washer/ dryer, air conditioning, $875/ month, plus utilities and $875 deposit. 686-2680.

Nice area, two bedroom, one bath, unfurnished, $1,200/ month, includes utilities and washer/dryer. No smoking. Pets negotiable. 670-0492.

Newly remodeled, free month rent, three bedroom, two bath, laundry facility provided. Moorcroft. 605-545-1833.

Very nice two bedroom, two bath duplex with a two car garage. Large open area in basement Located in College Park. For more information please contact Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964. Country style, older home. Two bedrooms, stove, refrigerator. 18 miles east of Moorcroft, pets okay, $500/ month. Ivan, 307-756-3222.



Country Living, two and three bedrooms. Rent/ Buy/ Contract for deed. Call 680-0854, 680-2536. Located in Wright, Cottonwood MHP, doublewide mobile home. Three bedroom, two bath, fenced yard. Call Jim 307-680-8542, Carol 307-680-7885 or the office 307-6821885. Clean two bedroom, one bath mobile home. $700/ month plus utilities. No pets, references required. 680-9440. Two bedroom, $575/ month, $575/ deposit. No pets. Some utilities included. 307-689-9465. Three bedroom, one bath, on two acres, horses allowed. $950/ month, $950/ deposit. 307686-2680. Three bedroom, two bath, washer/ dryer, large front porch, back deck, small fenced yard. Some pets okay. 687-1741. Five bedroom, three bath on 40 acres, $1,500/ month. 660-5469. Two bedroom,one bath, $650, pets allowed 307-689-2296.

Moorcroft: Totally renovated, three bedroom, one bath. $700 per month. Call Milt 307-6227800. Three bedroom, two full bath doublewide, fenced in yard, some utilities included. 307660-3891. Four bedroom, one bath, $850/ month. 6899529. Great rentals at great prices! Low deposit, washer and dryer, pets welcome. 680-2536, 680-0854. One person camper, most utilities included. $375/ month, $200/ deposit. 687-0429. Three bedroom, 2-12 bath, 2,000-sq.ft. doublewide, $1,200/ month. Five bedroom, three bath, 2,500-sq.ft., $1,350/ month. No pets, no smoking. 307-689-0100. Rent three bedroom modular home, Moorcroft, WY. 660-1286. Four bedroom doublewide, 1-1/2 bath, big storage shed, small yard. Call Jim 307-6808542, Carol 307-680-7885, office 307-6821885. Three bedroom, three bath manufactured home. 2,176 sq ft. Very nice. $1,300/month plus utilities. 307-689-7181. Mobile homes for rent. 680-9508.



Three bedroom, $675/ month. 307-660-8388. 1/2 a month free on a new six month lease.

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.

Lunches Wed., March 6: BBQ Jack Chicken, Garden Blend Rice, Garden Vegetables, Creamy Coleslaw, Tropical Fruit Muffin, Coconut Cream Bar. Thurs., March 7: Baked Pork Chops, Au Gratin Potatoes, Peas & Carrots, Whole Wheat Bread, Chunky Applesauce. Fri., March 8: Hot Hamburger w/Potatoes & Gravy, Steamed Veggies, Cucumbers & Onions, Orange Quarters, Ginger Snap Cookie. Mon., March 11: Ham & Beans, Oven Fried Potatoes, Tomatoes & Zucchini, Cornbread, Ambrosia. Tues., March 12: Cloud Peak Energy Sponsored Dinner: Chicken Fried Steak, Potatoes & Gravy, Baby Carrots, Pineapple Coleslaw, Dinner Roll, Cherry Cheesecake.

Hot lunches are served Monday - Friday at Noon. A $3.50 donation is suggested for people over age 60, or $7 under 60. Transportation is available. Call the senior center to make reservations.

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Two bedroom apartment, $595. Small dogs accepted. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964.

Fairway Estates – 307-686-9988. Income restricted. Includes garage. Three bedroom, $768/ month, two bedroom, $665/ month.

Westover, very nice three bedroom, $750/ month, $750/ deposit. Wood stove. Patio. No pets. Six month lease. 686-0705.

Affordable, clean two bedroom, new linoleum, no pets. $625/ month, $625/ deposit. Sewer, water, trash paid. Leave message, 682-0225 or 680-2069.

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.

Apartments available now. Discounted rates, fast, reliable maintenance. Perfect community. 307-682-1775.

One bedroom apartment, $500 plus utilities. No pets and no smoking. Ask about our move in special. Monthly leases available. Call 660-9035.

$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.

Centrally located two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath apartment, $650 a month, offers fireplace and washer dryer hook-ups. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. for more information 307-682-0964.

Two bedroom with garage and washer/ dryer, $600/ month plus utilities. No pets. 686-3857. Several two bedroom, one bath apartments for rent. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. at 307-682-0964 for more details.

Nice two bedroom, one bath, basement apartment. Washer/ dryer, A/C, included. All utilities paid, $700/ month. No smoking, no pets. 6863159.

$750, two bedroom townhouse, washer/ dryer, no pets. Six month lease. 686-0705.

Kendrick apartment ,two bedroom, $775/ month, all utilities included. Call Josh McGrath, 680-5064, ERA Boardwalk Real Estate Inc. Two bedroom apartment with garage, 307351-2048 or 307-670-3744. 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. Two bedroom, unfurnished, utilities paid. 307756-2431. One bedroom apartment, central air, washer/ dryer. Off street parking, utilities paid. No smoking, no drinking, $675/ month. 682-8810.

Two weeks free on a new six month lease. Two bedroom in a quiet four-plex with a one car garage. Also includes washer and dryer. $800 a month. No pets allowed. Please call Real Estate Systems for more information 307682-0964. Nice affordable two bedroom apartment. Very clean, new flooring. Call 686-6488. Two bedroom apartment. No pets. 307-6894009. Two bedroom, no smoking, no pets. 307-6821276. One bedroom apartment, $650/ month plus utilities. No pets. References required. 6809440. Two bedroom apartment, pets okay. You pay electricity. 660-2786.




Nice two bedroom duplex in quiet neighborhood. Call 660-8919.

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Nice three bedroom, two bathroom apartment with family room, $850/ month plus utilities. No pets. References required. 680-9440.

FOOTHILLS MOBILE HOME PARK, conveniently located family mobile home park. Single or doublewide spaces. Two months free rent for newly approved applicants. 307-6828300.

Well maintained two bedroom, close to courthouse. 299-5436.

Mobile home space for rent. For information call 660-5210.

Call today for our limited time move-in specials. $300 off the first two months. One, two and three bedroom apartments available. Call Highland Property Management to see if you are income qualified, 685-8066. EHO. $700. Very nice three bedroom in quiet fourplex, $700 deposit. No pets, six month lease. 686-0705.



Nice room for one clean, quiet person, only.$400/ month. 689-9358. Share large home. Pets welcome. 689-4299. Low weekly rates available at the Super 8 Motel. 307-6828078. Room for rent, $350/ month, has washer/ dryer. 909-709-7035. Furnished rooms, starting at $150/ week. 307756-2431. Furnished room, utilities, Wi-Fi, satellite, $450/ month. 307-689-2881. Low weekly rates. Includes breakfast. Rodeway Inn, 409 Butler Spaeth Road.


Two trailer spaces and two camper spaces for rent. 307-689-4009. Space for small trailer, near downtown. No pets 682-4196.



Four offices with reception, great location and parking, 101 Kendrick. 660-1964 or 682-1500. 11 or 12 offices, 3-1/2 baths, plenty of parking and offices ready for phone, Internet and network. Fresh paint and a lot of new flooring. Call Gordon 689-6565 for your showing. Just remodeled. Three offices, bathroom, coffee bar. Five offices, two bathrooms, break room, Boxelder Business Center, Steve Shurtz. 689-5551. ADA compliance. Office, Retail, and/or Warehouse space. Strip mall location. Admin support included. Copier, Fax, and Wireless Internet available. Negotiable. Serious inquiries only 307680-9798 Mall. 1,500 square feet of office space in Camel Plaza, available Immediately. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964.


Mobile home lots available. $375/ month, $100/ security deposit. 307-682-8000. Mobile home lot for rent in small park. 6806274.

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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Where did polenta come from? What is a fish fork? Is Betty Crocker a real person? These and other questions will be answered when Key Ingredients: America by Food comes March 16 - April 25! It is a part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and the Wyoming Humanities Council. Locally, CCPL and Campbell County Rockpile Museum are partnering to host events which celebrate the diversity of the American table. This series of fundraising events will come crashing together at the library on March 24 at 1:30 p.m. when the Key Ingredients Grand Opening meets up with the Cabin Fever Reliever Scavenger Hunt! The Grand Opening Scavenger Hunt will feature an in-library scavenger hunt, and an opportunity to tour the Smithsonian exhibit, taste some treats, and tap your toe when Bill Rossiter presents Songs in the Key of Food in the library’s atrium - all free of charge. Rossiter’s presentation examines folkways and attitudes about what we put on our plates, and in the songs that the menu begets. Rossiter is a retired professor from Flathead Valley Community College in Montana where he taught English literature. This program is sponsored by the Wyoming Humanities Council as part of its Humanities Forum. Key Ingredients examines how culture, ethnicity, landscape & tradition influence the foods & flavors we enjoy across the nation through a selection of artifacts, photographs & illustrations. The exhibition looks at the evolution of the

American kitchen & how food industries have responded to the technological innovations that have enabled Americans to choose an ever-wider variety of frozen, prepared & fresh foods. Cabin Fever Reliever is The Library Foundation’s annual series of endowment fundraising events as part of the Wyoming Public Library Endowment Challenge. Every dollar raised for Campbell County libraries during this Challenge is matched by the state up to $686,957. The 2nd Annual 4K Run/Walk is scheduled to begin & end at CCPL on April 13 & will feature “food-related” challenge booths along the way. Cupcake Wars will be at CCPL on May 2 at 5 p.m. when 14 local bakers will present tasty cupcakes & fabulous booth decor for a chance to win a Judges’ Choice or People’s Choice award. Call the library to register and for more info on these events. Then you’ll want to see What’s Cookin’ at the Rockpile Museum. Wyoming State Museum’s traveling exhibit “Paper or Plastic: The History of Grocery Stores in Wyoming” is on display with a local exhibit of kitchen utensils & photos thru April. The library in Wright is also joining the “food” fun with a display called Aprons & Recipes. School kids’ “food” art photos are combined with cookbooks & recipes from Wright Museum, and Thunder Basin Belles. For the entire list of upcoming “Food” and “Fever” events, call 687-0009.

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Gun Show

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, Ph.D.

Which word in English has the most definitions?

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hether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just want to make breakfast more special, gather friends and family around the table to make some new memories together. These recipes are full of flavor and, best of all, easy to make, so you have more time to spend enjoying a delicious meal with the people you love.  Olé Tortilla Cups — Zesty bites made with Johnsonville

Hot & Spicy Breakfast Sausage Links can be prepped ahead of time and baked when you’re ready.  Cornbread with Spicy Sausage and Red Peppers — A

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8 ounces reduced fat cheddar cheese 32 ounces liquid egg whites Kosher salt and fresh pepper, to taste Preheat oven to 350°F. Generously spray 21 mini muffin cups with cooking spray. Set aside. In small bowl, mix crushed crackers and Parmesan. Distribute evenly between muffin cups. Cook sausage according to package instructions. Cut into 1/2inch pieces. Evenly distribute sausage into muffin cups. Chop broccoli into small pieces. Microwave for 1 minute on high; drain well. Spoon broccoli evenly into muffin cups. Top evenly with corn and cheddar cheese. Pour egg whites over each of the muffin cups. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes, or until mini quiches are set. Let rest for 2 minutes prior to unmolding.

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Cornbread with Spicy Sausage and Red Peppers Servings: 8 Prep Time: 25 minutes Bake Time: 20 minutes 1 12-ounce package Johnsonville Hot & Spicy or Original Recipe Breakfast Sausage 1 cup yellow cornmeal 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1 cup milk 1/4 cup butter, melted 3/4 cup chopped red bell pepper 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese Preheat oven to 425°F. Remove sausage links from casings. (Slice casing with knife and peel to remove.) In skillet, cook and crumble sausage until no longer pink; drain and set aside. In bowl, combine cornmeal, flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. In another bowl, combine eggs, milk and butter; stir into dry ingredients just until moistened. Fold in sausage, red bell pepper and cheese. Pour into a greased 8-inch square baking pan. Bake for 18 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm.

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Olé Tortilla Cups Servings: 12 Prep Time: 30 minutes Bake Time: 18 minutes 1 12-ounce package Johnsonville Hot & Spicy or Original Recipe Breakfast Sausage 9 flour tortillas (6 inches), at room temperature (thicker, home-style tortillas work best) 2 cups (8 ounces) shredded Mexican blend cheese 6 eggs 1/2 cup milk 1/4 cup finely chopped red bell pepper 1/4 cup chopped cilantro 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper Salsa Preheat oven to 350°F. Cook sausage according to package directions; cut into small pieces and set aside. Coat muffin pan and both sides of tortillas with cooking spray. Cut tortillas into quarters. Arrange three tortilla pieces in each muffin cup, overlapping to fit. Press tortillas gently and firmly into muffin pan. (Tortillas should stick up higher than muffin cup sides.) Arrange half of the cheese in tortilla-lined muffin cups. Top with sausage and the remaining cheese. In a bowl, combine the eggs, milk, bell pepper, cilantro, salt and pepper. Carefully pour into cups. Bake for 18 to 20 minutes or until eggs are set. Serve with salsa if desired.

Breakfast Sausage Skillet with Sautéed Tomatoes and Basil Servings: 3 to 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 25 minutes 2 medium red skinned potatoes, (about 3/4 pound) cut into thin wedges 1 small onion, sliced 1 teaspoon rosemary, dried or fresh 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 12-ounce package Johnsonville Original Recipe Breakfast Sausage, divided 1/2 pint grape tomatoes, (about 1 cup) 1/3 cup shredded Gouda cheese 2 to 4 large eggs, poached, fried or scrambled 1/4 cup slivered fresh basil leaves Salt and pepper to taste In bowl, combine potato wedges, onion slices, rosemary and olive oil. Toss together. In large skillet over medium heat, add potato mixture and cook for 5 minutes. Add half the sausages to pan and continue cooking another 10 to 12 minutes, turning occasionally to evenly brown ingredients. Add tomatoes, stir to combine and heat through allowing the tomatoes to brown slightly and burst, about 3 minutes. Remove from heat and sprinkle with shredded Gouda cheese, and top with eggs and a sprinkling of fresh basil.

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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 CRIMES: •Arrange for lawn to be mowed while away. BURGLARY •Never leave keys in “secretâ€? hiding Crime Stoppers needs your places, burglars know where to look. help in solving a burglary that occurred at the Fishing •Install a burglar alarm system. Lake between 2/16 and 2/19/13. Unknown suspect(s) entered Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones, the football equipment storage CPIW, LUTCF, DAE- Agent garage by removing a swamp Auto-Preferred & SR22’s cooler. Some football pads were Home Owners • Renters found outside the window where the swamp cooler was Building Stronger located. It is unknown at this Communities time if any items were taken 1001 S. Douglas Hwy., Ste. 184 during the burglary. 682-6520 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.

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8x20 storage, $75/ month. 307-680-2252. 10x20 storage units and 12x40 RV, boat spots. Antelope Butte Storage LLC, 685-8178. AA Fenced Storage, 12x40, 1307 Southern Drive. 307-257-2047. Southern Drive Self Storage. Located 1/2 mile West of Highway 59 on Southern Drive. 307-685-2888. Storage Units, outside, boat and trailer spaces easy access. Best price in town. Arapahoe Street. Engel & Associates. 307-687-0000. Beacon Self Storage, 686-9729. New units. 1375 Southern Drive. *ANYTIME STORAGE* $1 first month,.any size. 682-6266.



Bushmaster AR-15 5.56 C15 Superlite Carbine, two 30 round mags, brand new in box. $1,500, 682-2173. New Ruger Mini 14 30 and 20 round and SKS 30 round magazines. $40 each. 680-5201.



Registered Miniature Dachshunds. 307-6895952. Forever Faithful Pet Crematory, Gillette, WY. Corinne, 660-1134; Rita, 680-0316.



Experienced, reliable, affordable horseshoeing. 307-254-4410




40x60 heated shop with two 12x12 overhead doors. 689-7500.


4,000-sq.ft. shop with office and waiting area. Corner of Lakeway and Powder Basin Avenue. 888-666-7969 or 307-696-2060. Shop for rent, 1807 Echeta Road. Call 307299-6029 or 307-689-9580 for appointment. 5,600 sq.ft. building. Four large doors, offices, fenced yard. Lease terms negotiable. 5753 Winland Drive. 682-6266. Three Shops for RENT. Different demensions. Call 680-0854, 680-2536.




Will pick up used washer and dryers for free. 307-680-8736 Upright freezer, works good, $250 OBO. 307660-0236.



Firewood for sale. 307-629-0804, 307-6291514. Firewood in Upton, $100/ cord, delivery available. 307-272-7892



Spinet piano, 30 year old Whitney by Kimball. 686-1069.



Elk and Deer Antlers wanted. Any amount, all grades. 208-403-3140 for prices. Kimber 8400 Montana 300 WSM only 24 rounds through it, $1,000 299-7083. ATTENTION FUR HARVESTERS!! Petska Fur traveling your area. High quality western fur in strong demand See for route details or contact Greg 308-750-0700.

Licensed daycare. 680-5661. In-home child care for one baby to preschool child, 24/7. 307-257-7486.


Grammy's Extreme Cleaning. Reasonable rates. 20+ years experience. 307-299-3818.




Landscapes by Holcomb. Trees, shrubs, mulch, rock and compost. 3405 Southern Drive, 685-1321.




Reliable housecleaning. Have excellent references. 682-9726. Home Management Services. Professional residential, commercial and construction cleaning. Reasonable rates. 257-2933.

Buchanan Excavating.and Snow Removal. Licensed and insured. 307670-8335, 307-660-1508, Chad. KraftMaid cabinets, factory sale. Design installation, remodeling The Remodel Shop. 6895551. GARDNER HAULING. Roll off dump bins. Job site/ renovations/ cleanup, etc. Demolition and removal of any and all material. 307-257-9712. Beat anyone’s price!


1066 International with Du-Al loader, runs good, $7,800. 660-1204.


Small squares, grass hay, $9. 680-8790. Round net wrapped bales of hay for sale. Call 701-871-0221.



Assorted Steel Buildings Discount available. Some seconds used. Can erect, will deliver. Source# 18X 800-964-8335. 21 40-foot 4/12 pitch heavy load tresses. $210 each. 680-2104.



Want to buy any campers for cash. Call 6800854. Wanted: Fruit jars. 689-2338.


Moving sale: 834 Sutherland Cove Lane, Thursday, 28th -30th, 8:00-5:00. Furniture for sale at the Rodeway Inn. Please call for details, 682-4757.



Farrier 17 years of experience, Justin. 307621-0727.

For lease: 56x60 shop, 10x30 office with mezzanine, bathroom with shower, two 12x14 overhead doors. Great access to Hwy. 59, 5551 Magnuson Blvd., Unit A. 6825811, 660-5811.

Two shops for rent in city, highway frontage. 680-0854. 40’x60’ shop, office and bath, two 14’ overhead doors, three phase, on an acre lot. 6825909 or 660-7135.


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Large Igloo style doghouse, very good shape, $100. 687-1231. Free wood pallets. Stop by 1201 W. 2nd St. or call the News-Record 682-9306. Affordable, clean, safe and efficient wood heat. Central Boiler OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Heats multiple buildings. Mountain Pines Construction LLC 605-423-8113. New 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314.



Mountain Mudd Espresso business, $38,000. Motivated seller. All offers considered. 307-680-5502. Money & Freedom: Tree trimming and tree removal, 15 years of customers, bucket truck, dump truck and chipper, $75,000/ OBO. Will help first year to get established. Dr. Bob's, 307-687-0383. Dog grooming business for sale with a large client base. Call Kathy Wolff at REMAX Professionals today at 307-682-6622.



Licensed Childcare available. 307-363-3680. Footsteps Learning Center has openings from two years to 12 years old. Great pre-K program and summer time program. Call 6823950, ask for Lea or Jennifer or stop by 804 E 2nd St.

This Month in History March 1 - 1692 - The first of several women accused of witchcraft admitted to being a witch in the Massachusetts Bay Colony of Salem, leading to events that culminated in the Salem witch trials. 1781 - Congress ratified the Articles of Confederation, which would remain as the governing law of the land until the U.S. Constitution was adopted in 1789. 1803 - Ohio became the 17th U.S. state. 1867 - Nebraska became the 37th U.S. state. 1872 - Yellowstone National Park was established by an act of Congress, making it the first area in the world to be designated a national park. 1904 - American bandleader and composer Glenn Miller was born in Clarinda, Iowa. 1932 - The Lindbergh baby, son of Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, was kidnapped from their home in Hopewell, New Jersey. 1949 - The NBC television show, “Believe It or Not,” hosted by Robert Ripley, premiered. 1961 - President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps, which has sent more than 165,000 volunteers to 135 countries. 1999 - A U.N. treaty banning the use of land mines was adopted by 130 nations. March 2 - 1836 - Texas declared its independence from Mexico. 1899 - Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State was established. 1904 - Theodor Seuss Geisel, known as Dr. Seuss, was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 1917 - Cuban-American musician, actor, producer and husband of Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz was born in Santiago, Cuba. 1925 - Interstate highways in the U.S. were designated by numbers for the first time. 1933 - “King Kong,” directed by Merion Cooper and Ernest Schoedsack and starring Fay Wray, premiered at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. 1965 - The popular musical, “The Sound of Music,” starring Julie Andrews, premiered in New York City. March 3 - 1831 - Inventor and industrialist, George Mortimer Pullman, made famous for his design and production of the “Pullman” railroad sleeping car, was born in Brocton, New York. 1845 - Florida became the 27th U.S. state. 1847 - Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. 1923 - Time Magazine was first published. 1931 - “The Star Spangled Banner” was adopted as the national anthem of the United States. 1985 - The innovative comedy-adventure series, “Moonlighting,” premiered on ABC starring Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis. March 4 - 1791 - Vermont became the 14th U.S. state. 1837 - The city of Chicago was incorporated by the Illinois state legislature. 1893 - Grover Cleveland was inaugurated for a second but nonconsecutive term as president. 1921 - Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas was made a national park. 1968 - “The Dick Cavett Show” premiered on television. 1974 - People Magazine was first published with an issue featuring Mia Farrow on the cover. March 5 - 1770 - The Boston Massacre took place when British troops fired into a crowd, killing five men and injuring six. 1908 - Rex Harrison, who won both a Tony and an Oscar for his portrayal of Henry Higgins in “My Fair Lady,” was born in Huyton, England. 1980 - Channel Islands National Park, consisting of the islands of Anacapa, San Miguel, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, and Santa Rosa, was established in California.

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On The Level Construction, LLC. Kitchen, bath and remodel specialists. 307-689-8637. Concrete lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010.or 605-209-6720. BRAD’S MOBILE HOME PARTS AND SERVICE. Free estimates. Call 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155. Gunderson Painting. 33 years serving Gillette, free estimates 680-6865.



Firearms training, includes ladies only courses. Historic Occidental Hotel Get-AwayPackage. Suite, dinner, breakfast, $150. Like us on face book for chance to win free package. Mystery Theatre. March 22 & 23. 307-684-0451. Custom sewing and alterations. 307-670-8824. Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. Home Repair and Handyman, window and siding replacement. 30+ years experience. Call David, 307-686-4038 or 307-670-4143. Will do home canning. 307-689-2338. Landscapes by Holcomb. Snow Removal 307685-1321. AIR DUCT CLEANING. Chimney sweep services, dryer vents. Call 686-1267. Custom made wedding gowns. 307-660-9223. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394.



ADOPT: Adoring couple, Architect and Internet Executive, yearn for precious baby to love forever! Expenses paid. 1-800-990-7667.

Rental Trouble A boat rental company rented boats by the hour and would radio each boat when their time was up, reminding them to return to the dock. The company operator scanned the lake and noticed that a boat had not returned. He called into the radio microphone, “Boat 99, your hour is up. Please head back in.” An employee walked up to the operator and said, “We only have 75 boats. There is no boat 99.” “Uh oh,” said the operator. He said into the microphone, “Boat 66, are you in trouble?”



Part-time receptionist for Shocker Energy. Apply in person Monday-Wednesday between 9am-5pm at 3302 E 2nd St. General laborers and drivers with CDL (Class A or Class B) needed. Call Paintbrush Services 307-682-3913 or apply in person at 3575 N. Garner Lake Road. Bring current driving record when applying. Outpatient orthopedic surgical center looking for full-time certified scrub tech, experience required, benefits available. Please send resume to Powder River Surgery Center, LLC, 906 W. 6th St., Ste. C, Gillette WY 82716; ATTN: Michelle Now hiring part-time CDL Drivers. $18-$22 per hour. EOE. Drug testing company. 687-7526. Barista needed, various hours. Team players with good attitude apply at Coffee Friends, 320 South Gillette Ave. Drivers-Regional FB. Sign-on bonus! Great benefits, home time! All miles paid. 23 years of age, two years experience, good MVR,. 800-525-6958 x1102. Full-time sales position in local Gillette business. Sales experience required but will train the right person. Salary plus commission Send resume to Blind Box 716, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. Booth rental in Year Round Brown Beauty Salon. Includes manicure table. Call for more information, 307-682-1555. The Campbell County Public Library System Board of Trustees is seeking an energetic, enthusiastic, innovative and service-oriented Library Director in Gillette, WY. The Director is responsible for the full management and leadership of all CCPLS services, staff, facilities and activities. Salary range: $82,680-$115,752 DOE with excellent benefits. A complete job description can be viewed at: A Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited institution is strongly preferred. A minimum of seven years of increasingly responsible professional library experience is required including significant administrative and supervisory responsibility, public relations, facilities planning, technology, human resources, budgeting and strategic planning. Application packets are available by contacting Peggy or Debbie at 307-687-0009 or from the library's website at Completed applications must be accompanied by a resume, contact information for three professional references and a cover letter which answers the question, "What special attributes can you bring to CCPLS?" Mail to: Campbell County Public Library Board of Trustees, Search Committee, 2101 S. 4J Road, Gillette, WY 82718. Applications will be accepted through March 29, 2013, 5:00 p.m. Campbell County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Mountain West CDL School DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL in just weeks, job replacement assistance, refresher courses, learner’s permit training, Hazmat, Tankers Doubles and Triples. 307-299-3645. Skilled AUTO MECHANIC needed. Must have tools. Franks Alignment, 682-0160. Consolidated Oil Well Services is seeking an experienced electronics technician. A strong understanding of computer controlled pumping equipment is required. The ability to obtain a Class A CDL will also be required. Some oncall and traveling will be necessary in this position. Salary will depend on experience. Please email resumes to or fax to 307-686-4917. Major Metal Services accepting applications



for a laborer/ warehouse position. Experience in the steel industry preferred but willing to train the right person. Plenty of advancement opportunities. Paid vacation and benefits. Pay DOE. Apply in person at 1110 Robertson Circle, Gillette, WY. EOE. SENIOR AUDITOR. Class Code:FIAU0921172. Department of Workforce Services, Gillette. Preferences: Preference will be given to those with a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting (or Business) plus three or more years of progressive work experience in Auditing or Accounting. Career Readiness Certificate preferred (bronze, silver or gold levels). Persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Auxiliary aids and services are available to individuals upon request by contacting your nearest Workforce Center; WY Relay (in-state) 7-1-1; WY Relay (out of state) 800-877-9965. Responsible for conducting payroll audits and tax collections for the Workers' Compensation and Unemployment Insurance program that ensure compliance with State Statutes. Hiring Range ($3,861$4,542 per month) For more information or to apply online go to: spx?ID=21172 or submit an official application to A&I Human Resources Division, Emerson Building, 2001 Capitol Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82002-0060, 307-777-7188, Fax 307-777-6562 along with transcripts of any relevant course work. Open Until Filled. EEO/ADA Employer. Wanted Car Wash



Attendant. Wage DOE Weekends and afternoons. Apply at Winland Car Wash, 5849 South Winland Drive Looking for an Assistant Manager in a fast paced convenience store. Please send qualifications and salary requirements to Blind Box 614, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. EARN EXTRA CASH AS AN ADVERTISER CARRIER! Once a week delivery routes now open in: Stocktrail, Saunders Subdivision, Sage Valley, Remington Estates and Southpark. Call Deanna at 682-9306, Ext. 225. Leave message if there is no answer. Urgent LPN Openings! Correctional Healthcare Companies is currently seeking LPN's to work full-time at Sheridan County Detention Facility in Sheridan. This position is a 36 hour day shift. To apply, please visit: For questions, please contact Tiffany Tate at: 720-622-8046. Full-time and part-time delivery driver, Monday- Thursday 7am-5pm. Class B CDL helpful Must be 21 years old. Apply in person at Metz Beverage, 1101 Metz Drive. EOE. Now hiring Class A CDL driver. Must have Tanker, Hazmat endorsements and MSHA, $18-$20/ hour DOE. Minimum two years driving experience. Must pass DOT physical and drug test. Clean driving record. Call 307-2579158.

NOW HIRING! Driver - Locomotive Fuel & Service Technicians Gillette, WY Full Time Positions Available Competitive Compensation Package Excellent Benefits Local Work - Home Every Day! Uniforms Provided • Class A CDL • Hazmat & Tanker Endorsements • Ability to pass extensive background check, MVR, pre-employment drug screen & DOT Physical • Willingness to work outdoors in all weather conditions For additional information, including a complete job description and online application, please visit our website at

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Part-time driver/ sales person for Shocker Energy. Drop off resumes Monday-Wednesday between 9am-5pm at 3302 E 2nd St. MINING SALES REPRESENTATIVE. Arnold Machinery Company is looking for an energetic, self-starter to join its Mining Division. Prefer five to ten years of proven success selling large capital goods to mines. Experience selling trucks, shovels or drills a plus. Prefer a Bachelor’s degree. Multi-western states territory so travel is required. Prefer a candidate who lives in, or would relocate to, a central point within the territory. Gillette, WY would be a plus. Please contact the Arnold Machinery Company web site then go to Job Opportunities, choose Jobs by Division, Mining Division and jobs available. HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION APPRENTICE: 6000 Hour Apprenticeship Programs for: Entry-Level Equipment Operator, Crusher Operator. Riverside Contracting is accepting resumes for the 2013 construction season for their Highway Apprenticeship Program. This program is NOT union affiliated and all positions are woman and minority preferred. Full-time (seasonal) employment, long hours, travel required throughout Montana and Wyoming. References checked. Pre-employment drug test and valid driver’s license required. Federal wages paid according to graduating scale – minimum wages starting around $16.50/hr. plus health/ pension benefits. D.O.E. work. First project located near Gillette, Wyoming. Email resumes to: with Subject: Riverside Apprenticeship -or- fax resumes to 406-721-9394. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Opening for an experienced floral designer. Apply in person, Laurie’s Flower Hut, Southview Shopping Center. Full-time position for receptionist. Must have excellent customer service skills and previous medical experience. Send resume to Blind Box 707, C/O The News-Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717. Avon Representatives needed in Wyoming. "It's just the right time....for Avon". $10 Start-up kit. For information about this great opportunity call 307-670-2724, or email Sandi (Independant Sales Rep) at Qualified electricians, two years experience, top pay. Send resume to Tina or call 685-2251. Hiring front desk clerks. Apply in person at the front desk of National 9 Inn. Footsteps Learning Center is hiring full-time, part-time teachers. Experience preferred. Please submit resume to 804 E 2nd Street. Now hiring for cocktail server. Please apply in person at Best Western Tower West Lodge, 109 N US Hwy 14-16. No phone calls. Part time position for data entry. Entry level position. Send resume to Blind Box 715, C/O The News-Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. Dental Assistant School/ Front Office Administration School. Incredible opportunity! New school held in a state-of-the-art dental office in Gillette. Held on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6-9:30 pm for three months. Next class begins April 2, 2013! Tuition for assisting $3,995 and $5,495 for assisting and front office training. No interest financing available. Call 686-1567 to sign up or email Limited spaces available so hurry and reserve your spot today! Seeking full-time and part-time janitorial workers. Starting at $9/ hour. Please call 1-800358-7038. Hiring experienced field service tech. Apply at Call 307-686-7536 for more information.

Use Your Noodle

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Fun with Cryptograms

March is National Noodle Month. Can’t tell the difference between a cannelloni and a capellini? Here are some popular types of pasta and their descriptions.

What is a cryptogram? It is a phrase or quote where each letter has had another letter substituted for it. For example, in a particular phrase, every “a” may be changed to an “x” and every “z” may be substituted by an “m.” For example:

Cannelloni – meat filled tubes of pasta cooked in the oven Capellini – very thin round pasta strands, only slightly thicker than angel hair Cavatappi – tubular corkscrew pasta about 1-inch long Farfalle – bow tie shaped pasta Fettucine – flat wide pasta strands Fusilli – hollow corkscrew pasta about 8-inches long Gnocchi – small pasta dumplings Linguine – narrow flat pasta Macaroni – small tubular curved pasta Manicotti – large tubular pasta Mostaccioli – diagonally cut tubular shapes with a smooth surface Penne – diagonally cut tubular shapes with a ridged surface Rigatoni – large ribbed tubes about 1-1/2 inches long Spaghetti – round thin strands of pasta Tagliatelle – thin strips of ribbon pasta Tortellini – little pasta “hats” with a filling Vermicelli – round strands of pasta, thinner than spaghetti Ziti – medium-sized, slightly curved tubular pasta about 2-inches long

Puzzle: EZRW RW VF GSVTNCG XH V YDLNEXJDVT. Solution: THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A CRYPTOGRAM. Here, every “w” represents the letter “s,” every “e” represents the letter “t,” and so on. Letters are never substituted with themselves. You solve a cryptogram with a trial and error process, guessing the letters as you go. And as with most puzzles, practice makes perfect! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------L TXSZH FLZ UYWWJ XSM LZ LEEWYILMYXZ UXG L CXD LZK KXNJ ONWW SZMYW AN HNMJ MX MAN WLJM PSNJMYXZ, “OAX JAXSWK ON ZXMYUT YZ ILJN XU LZ LIIYKNZM?” AN FSWWJ YM XRNG LZK MANZ OGYMNJ, “LZTDXKT YZ JYHAM!” – FYWMXZ DNGWN Hint: W=L -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Solution: A young man fills out an application for a job and does well until he gets to the last question, “Who should we notify in case of an accident?” He mulls it over and then writes, “Anybody in sight!” – Milton Berle

Quick Tips: Money Tip If there are just one or two people in your household, you may find it difficult to use up certain food items before they go bad. Consider splitting some purchases with a friend, neighbor, or family member. For example, potatoes are cheaper by the 10-pound bag, but it may take you two months to go through them. Instead, split the bag with a neighbor, sharing the cost and the goods. You will still get a good price without losing any savings to food spoilage. Home Tip More natural light in your home not only can save on electricity costs but can also make your home look more beautiful. To increase the amount of natural light, use mirrors on walls opposite windows. Painting your rooms in white or light colors and choosing light fabrics on furniture can also up the brightness of your home. To increase the amount of sunlight coming in, consider installing a few skylights and trim hedges and trees that block windows. Car Tip If the upholstered seats in your vehicle are stained, use the same upholstery cleaning products you would use in your home. Start by vacuuming the seats, including all the crevices. Apply the cleaner, taking care not to overly wet your seats. Use a clean cloth to wipe down the seats and then use a gentle brush to brush up the fibers.

Campbell County Cattlewomen & Campbell County Woolgrowers’ Auxiliary


Ranchers Round-Up Saturday, March 9th Cam-Plex Energy Hall 6 pm - Midnight

Dinner & Dance

Prime Rib & Leg of Lamb will be served. Music provided by Reride Option Band.

Everyone is Welcome! Silent Auction & Door Prizes Tickets $3000 per person

Call Bobbi 307-682-6451 Or Kelly 307-682-9369

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It’s Never Too Late to Quit

“O-SO-SPECIAL” Blood Donors Needed

Many seniors who smoke feel like it is too late to quit. If you’ve been smoking almost your whole life, it may seem that it is not worth it to quit later in life. But there are some real benefits to quitting, even if you are older. First, you will find that your senses of taste and smell will improve. As you age, these senses naturally begin to decline. Smoking intensifies that effect. But quitting smoking will improve your sense of taste and smell, letting you enjoy your food and environment much more. You also will benefit from an immediate reduction in your heart rate and blood pressure. There is improved lung function in ex-smokers. If you deal with a chronic or nagging cough, giving up smoking will improve that. This is a gradual improvement, but research by the American Cancer Society shows that the cilia in your lungs regains normal function within about six months. After a year of quitting, your risk of coronary heart disease is cut in half. After five years, your risk of mouth, throat, esophagus, and bladder cancer is also half of that of a smoker’s. Finally, you will immediately begin to save money. Smoking is expensive and every dollar you don’t spend on cigarettes is more money in your pocket. As most seniors are on a fixed income, this can make a significant difference. It can be difficult to quit after decades of smoking, but there is assistance available for seniors. Medicare beneficiaries are eligible for coverage of smoking cessation counseling even if there is no symptom of disease. Talk to your doctor if you are ready to quit smoking and would like help.

It’s a fact: our emergency rooms are using more and more type-O blood each year. That’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 area’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. “And that’s where the special type-O donors play an important role,” she said. “They are kind of like everything to everybody!” If you are an old O donor who hasn’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. Don’t know your blood type? “You can easily find it out,” said Beth-Anne. “Once you’ve made your donation, you can log in to and learn your blood type, along with other health information like the free cholesterol reading you’ll receive when you donate. You might just be one of those oh-so-special O’s.”

Join us March 15-17, 2013 for St. Patrick’s Day Weekend in Deadwood!

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This Month in History

5-7 p.m. ........... Registration for irst annual Leprechaun Olympics, Oyster Bay 7-9 p.m. ........... L Leprechaun Olympics, around h Ol i Locations L ti d Deadwood D d d (21+) Turn in your completed scorecards to Oyster Bay by 9:30 p.m.! Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and last place!

• Saturday, March 16

March 6 - 1475 - Michelangelo was born in Caprese, Italy. 1806 - Elizabeth Barrett Browning, British poet, was born in Durham, England. 1836 - The Alamo fell to Mexican general Santa Anna after almost two weeks, despite the valiant efforts of its defenders. 1857 - In the infamous pre-Civil War Dred Scott decision, the U.S. Supreme Court declared the 1820 Missouri Compromise unconstitutional, calling slaves property, not citizens, and maintained that Congress had no power to restrict slavery in the territories. March 7 - 1521 - Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan discovered the island of Guam. 1869 - The Suez Canal opened in Egypt, connecting the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. 1918 - President Woodrow Wilson authorized the creation of a new medal, the “Distinguished Service Medal,” to be given to U.S. Army personnel performing exceptionally meritorious service. 1933 - The board game Monopoly was invented by Charles Darrow. March 8 - 1669 - Mount Etna, on the island of Sicily, erupted, killing more than 20,000 people and leaving thousands homeless. 1913 - Taxes were first collected by the Internal Revenue Service, after the 16th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified. 1936 - The first race strictly for stock cars was staged at Daytona Beach, Florida, on a combination beach and public roadway course. March 9 - 1451 - Amerigo Vespucci, namesake of the Americas, was born in Florence, Italy. 1864 - Ulysses S. Grant was commissioned as Lieutenant General, becoming the commander of all the Union armies. 1934 - Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first person to travel in space, was born in Gzhatsk, USSR. 1959 - The Barbie doll made her first appearance on store shelves. March 10 - 1862 - The first paper money was issued in the U.S. 1876 - The first telephone transmission was made by Alexander Graham Bell in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1880 - The Salvation Army’s work in the United States began as Commissioner George Scott Railton and seven women officers landed in New York. 1978 - “The Incredible Hulk,” based on the popular Marvel comic books, premiered on television. March 11 - 1824 - The Bureau of Indian Affairs was established by the U.S. War Department. 1845 - John Chapman, known as Johnny Appleseed, died in Allen County, Indiana. 1918 - The first reported incidences of the “Spanish Flu” were reported in the U.S. when 107 soldiers became sick at Fort Riley, Kansas. 2004 - Bombs exploded on four commuter trains in Madrid, Spain, killing 191 people and injuring over 1,800. March 12 - 1609 - English settlers on their way to Virginia wrecked on the reefs of Bermuda, eventually deciding to settle there instead of Virginia. 1912 - Juliet Low founded the Girl Scouts in Savannah, Georgia. 1933 - President Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the first of his Sunday evening “fireside chats” to the American public. 1938 - Nazi Germany invaded Austria. 1994 - The Church of England for the first time ordained 32 women at Bristol Cathedral.

Noon-3 p.m. .. Annual Pub Crawl Registration, Franklin Hotel (21+) 3 p.m. ................ Pub Crawl Begins (21+), Locations around Deadwood 7 p.m. ............... St. Paddy’s Parade, Main Street 8 p.m. ............... Pub Crawl Awards and St. Paddy’s Day Party, Franklin Hotel

• Sunday, March 17 3 p.m. .......... ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE, MAIN STREET For more information contact the Deadwood Chamber at: 1-800-999-1876 or visit

ACROSS 1. Neon, e.g. 4. Medieval name for China 10. Tooth on a gear rim 13. Agreement 14. Brooks Robinson, e.g. 15. Victorian, for one 16. Low female singing voice 17. ___ Tower in Chicago 18. ___ Zeppelin 19. Small plaque with occupant’s name or house number 21. “___ Cried” (1962 hit) 23. “___ Along the Mohawk,” novel 24. Final transport 27. “Are we there ___?” 28. Death on the Nile cause, perhaps 31. Meeting devoted to a particular activity 32. Janitor 34. New Mexico art community 35. Where ship’s passengers can leisurely walk (2 wds) 38. Attendee 39. Gloomy 40. Llama relatives

42. Armageddon 43. “I” problem 46. Bull sound 47. Retire from military service 49. Balaam’s mount 50. Phone customers’ shared service (2 wds) 54. Buff 56. Hard cattle fat 58. Baker’s dozen? 59. Appropriate 60. Anatomical ring 61. Algonquian Indian 62. “Absolutely!” 63. Confederate soldiers 64. “First Blood” director Kotcheff

DOWN 1. Aplenty 2. Represent an incident by action, esp. on stage (2 wds) 3. Attack 4. Hood 5. “Mi chiamano Mimi,” e.g. 6. Knight fight 7. Burrow

8. “Aladdin” prince 9. Acceptances 10. Celery variety with a large turnip-like root 11. Bauxite, e.g. 12. “Crikey!” 13. Rice ___ 20. Church song 22. Move or act swiftly 24. In this place or document 25. Crybaby 26. U.S. Navy junior commissioned officer (abbrev.) 29. Go up and down 30. Imitates a hot dog 31. Bulrush, e.g. 32. Reef components 33. Negative vote 35. John Paul II, e.g. 36. Places in the ground again, e.g. perennials 37. Papa 38. Blah-blah-blah 41. Actor given equal status with another 43. Someone who leaves one country to settle in another 44. Struck and sounded a tam-tam 45. Corpulent 48. Choose someone by voting 50. Commoner 51. ___ vera 52. “Let’s ___” 53. “___ the night before ...” 54. Wray of “King Kong” 55. “Tarzan” extra 57. “___ we having fun yet?”

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Gillette Advertiser Weather Report Gillette's Five Day Day Forecast

â&#x20AC;˘ A-Do Salon â&#x20AC;˘ Adrianoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Italian Restaurant â&#x20AC;˘ C.C. Airport â&#x20AC;˘ Albertsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;˘ All Dimensions Fitness Center â&#x20AC;˘ Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Value Inn â&#x20AC;˘ Arbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;˘ AT&T â&#x20AC;˘ Bloedornâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;˘ Boys & Girls Club â&#x20AC;˘ Breannaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bakery â&#x20AC;˘ Brooks St. Inn â&#x20AC;˘ Candlewood Suites â&#x20AC;˘ C.C. Road & Bridge â&#x20AC;˘ C.C. Weed & Pest â&#x20AC;˘ Celebration Station â&#x20AC;˘ Chamber of Commerce â&#x20AC;˘ China Buffet â&#x20AC;˘ Clarion â&#x20AC;˘ Coffee Brothers â&#x20AC;˘ Coffee Cup, Moorcroft â&#x20AC;˘ Comfort Inn â&#x20AC;˘ Consignments & More â&#x20AC;˘ Cottonwood Terrace â&#x20AC;˘ Country Inn â&#x20AC;˘ C.C. Courthouse â&#x20AC;˘ Crazy Woman Campground â&#x20AC;˘ Days Inn â&#x20AC;˘ Dollar Tree â&#x20AC;˘ Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Supermarket (Gillette) â&#x20AC;˘ Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Supermarket (Wright) â&#x20AC;˘ El Burrito â&#x20AC;˘ Expresso Lube â&#x20AC;˘ Everything Kids â&#x20AC;˘ Fairfield Inn â&#x20AC;˘ FCA Country Store â&#x20AC;˘ Fireside â&#x20AC;˘ Foothills Kum & Go â&#x20AC;˘ Godfatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pizza â&#x20AC;˘ Good Times Liquor & Lounge â&#x20AC;˘ Grannyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kitchen â&#x20AC;˘ H&R Block â&#x20AC;˘ Hankâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lounge (Wright) â&#x20AC;˘ High Plains Campground â&#x20AC;˘ Holiday Inn Express â&#x20AC;˘ Hong Kong â&#x20AC;˘ Hospital (ER) (Front Lobby) â&#x20AC;˘ Howard Johnson â&#x20AC;˘ Information Center â&#x20AC;˘ Jackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Liquor

â&#x20AC;˘ Kwik Shops â&#x20AC;˘ Lakeway Laundry â&#x20AC;˘ Lariat Cafe â&#x20AC;˘ Las Margaritas â&#x20AC;˘ C.C. Public Library â&#x20AC;˘ Lightning Lube â&#x20AC;˘ Little Store â&#x20AC;˘ Loaf & Jugs â&#x20AC;˘ Longhorn Saddlery â&#x20AC;˘ Maxiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Depot â&#x20AC;˘ Monaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cafe â&#x20AC;˘ Moorcroft Post Office â&#x20AC;˘ National 9 Inn, Wright â&#x20AC;˘ Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Riley Tire â&#x20AC;˘ Paradise Food (Pine Haven) â&#x20AC;˘ Perkins â&#x20AC;˘ Pioneer Manor â&#x20AC;˘ Pokeyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;˘ Premier Home Loans â&#x20AC;˘ Primrose Senior Living â&#x20AC;˘ Recluse Post Office â&#x20AC;˘ Rocky Mountain Sports â&#x20AC;˘ Rozet Post Office â&#x20AC;˘ Ruff â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bar â&#x20AC;˘ RV Park (Wright) â&#x20AC;˘ Savageton Bar â&#x20AC;˘ Sears â&#x20AC;˘ Seconds on Third â&#x20AC;˘ Senior Citizenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center â&#x20AC;˘ Settle Inn â&#x20AC;˘ Shell Stations â&#x20AC;˘ Skyline Grill â&#x20AC;˘ Smart Choice â&#x20AC;˘ Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;˘ Smoke Shop â&#x20AC;˘ Soup Kitchen â&#x20AC;˘ Southview Center â&#x20AC;˘ Sunburst â&#x20AC;˘ Surf & Suds â&#x20AC;˘ Sweetheart Bread â&#x20AC;˘ Tire Rama â&#x20AC;˘ TLC Liquors â&#x20AC;˘ Value Villa â&#x20AC;˘ Walmart â&#x20AC;˘ Wingate Motel â&#x20AC;˘ Work Force â&#x20AC;˘ Wright Steakhouse â&#x20AC;˘ Wyoming Marine â&#x20AC;˘ Year Round Brown






Mostly Sunny 49 / 31

Partly Cloudy 45 / 27

Snow Possible 40 / 26

Mostly Sunny 41 / 26

Mostly Sunny 44 / 25

Last Weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Almanac & Growing Degree Days Date 2/25 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/3

High 38 33 36 36 42 56 56

Low 13 18 14 20 21 34 28

Normals 39/17 40/17 40/18 40/18 41/18 41/18 41/18

Precip 0.00" 0.03" 0.00" 0.00" 0.01" 0.00" 0.00"

Farmer's Growing Degree Days Date Degree Days Date Degree Days 2/25 0 3/1 0 2/26 0 3/2 0 2/27 0 3/3 0 2/28 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 6:26-8:26 6:56-8:56 Thu 7:23-9:23 7:53-9:53 Fri 8:18-10:18 8:48-10:48 Sat 9:11-11:11 9:41-11:41

Peak Times Day AM PM Sun 10:01-12:01 10:31-12:31 Mon 10:50-12:50 11:20-1:20 Tue 11:38-1:38 ----

Sun/Moon Chart New 3/11

First 3/19

Day Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue

Sunrise 6:30 a.m. 6:28 a.m. 6:26 a.m. 6:24 a.m. 7:22 a.m. 7:21 a.m. 7:19 a.m.

Sunset 5:57 p.m. 5:59 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:01 p.m. 7:03 p.m. 7:04 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Today's Local UV Index

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

Moonrise 2:51 a.m. 3:38 a.m. 4:19 a.m. 4:54 a.m. 6:26 a.m. 6:55 a.m. 7:24 a.m.

Moonset 12:33 p.m. 1:42 p.m. 2:53 p.m. 4:04 p.m. 6:13 p.m. 7:22 p.m. 8:28 p.m.

Full 3/27

Last 4/2

Weather Trivia Can people be allergic to cold weather?


Answer: Yes, in cold weather, some people have been known to get rashes.

Be sure to pick up your ALL-NEW Gillette Advertiser at the following rack locations throughout Gillette.

StarWatch By Gary Becker -Drinking Gourd on the Rise If you go outside about 8 p.m. and look towards the NE, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll notice the familiar pattern of the Big Dipper, beginning its springtime ascent, handle downâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;cup up, rising above the tree line of your local neighborhood. The bright moon may hamper seeing its seven stars at the beginning of the week, but by weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s end, Luna will be gone from the early evening sky. The Dipper is purely American, not even a constellation, possibly originating from the Drinking Gourd song taught to slaves by itinerant carpenter and abolitionist, Peg Leg Joe. Its lyrics gave slaves in Mississippi and Alabama, where Joe worked, a coded message to follow the Tombigbee and Tennessee rivers to the Ohio River, and across it to Illinois and their freedom. The song began ZLWK´:KHQWKHVXQFRPHVEDFNDQGWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWTXDLOFDOOVÂľZKLFKVLJQLĂ&#x20AC;HGPDWLQJVHDVRQDQGVWDUWLQJWKHMRXUQH\GXULQJ WKHVSULQJ,WWROGVODYHV´7KHULYHUEDQNZLOOPDNHDPLJKW\JRRGURDGWKHGHDGWUHHVVKRZ\RXWKHZD\ÂľZLWKPDUNLQJV RI-RH¡V´OHIWIRRWSHJIRRWÂľLQGLFDWLQJWKDWWKH\ZHUHRQWKHFRUUHFWURXWH(YHU\YHUVHHQGHGZLWK´)ROORZWKH'ULQNLQJ *RXUGÂľZKLFKDOZD\VNHSWSHRSOHLQDJHQHUDOQRUWKERXQGGLUHFWLRQ$WWKHKHDGZDWHUVRIWKH7RPELJEHH´EHWZHHQWZR KLOOV7KHUH¡VDQRWKHUULYHURQWKHRWKHUVLGHÂľWKH7HQQHVVHH6R´)ROORZWKH'ULQNLQJ*RXUGÂľ$QG´:KHQWKHJUHDWELJ ULYHU 2KLR PHHWVWKHOLWWOHULYHU 7HQQHVVHH )ROORZWKH'ULQNLQJ*RXUGÂľ7KHGDQJHURXVWULSDORQJWKHKXQGUHGVRIPLOHV of snaking riverbanks, took escapees about a year to traverse, bringing them to the Ohio, hopefully, when it was frozen and easier to cross. Newer interpretations of the Drinking Gourd song say that it is all folklore, but even in a tale there is usually DQHOHPHQWRIWUXWK)RU´WKHROGPDQLVDZDLWLQJIRUWRFDUU\\RXWRIUHHGRP,I\RXIROORZWKH'ULQNLQJ*RXUGÂľ7KDWZDV written 80 years after the Civil Warâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s end.

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Shell Food Mart Has It All!


COMPARE OUR CIGARETTE PRICES! Stop in for other weekly specials.

Carton ........... Pack Marlboro ............. $46.29 ............ $5.00 Marlboro 72 ........ $37.29 ............ $4.10 Camel .................. $40.39 ............ $4.29 Camel Crush ....... $38.89 ............ $4.14 Doral .................... $44.89 ............ $4.79 Basic ................... $50.69 ............ $5.19 Parliament .......... $52.59 ............ $5.70 Virgina Slims ...... $53.69 ............ $5.82

When your life changes, so do your taxes. An H&R Block tax professional will help you find all the tax breaks you’ve got coming to help you get the maximum refund you deserve. Guaranteed.¹

Carton.......Pack Winston.........................$44.29........$4.54 Kool................................$49.39........$5.27 Pall Mall (Box Only)........$35.99........$3.85 L&M...............................$37.82........$3.91 Salem ...........................$49.39........$5.19 *Surgeon General Warning: Cigarette Smoke contains carbon monoxide.


WIN A FREE TRIP TO Costa Rica Stop in daily to register for your chance to win prizes.

¹If you discover an H&R Block error on your return that entitles you to a larger tax refund (or smaller tax liability), we’ll refund the tax prep fee for that return. Refund claims must be made during the calendar year in which tax return is prepared. OBTP# B13696 ©2012 HRB Tax Group, Inc.

Daily prize winners eligible for trip.* *See store for details.

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200 W Lakeway, Gillette, WY 82718 307-682-2206 98 S Main, Buffalo, WY 82834 ■ 307-684-5125

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Ultra Lite


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Stock #N77C0053 $

‘13 JAY FEATHER Ultra Lite


‘13 JAY FEATHER Ultra Lite

Stock #N1J30064

Stock #N1J70055

Stock #N18U0108

WAS 12,247

WAS 26,058

WAS 22,308

WAS $33,328

NOW $11,489 $ * OR 135/MO

NOW $8,897 $ * OR 144/MO

NOW $19,163 $ * OR 228/MO

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Stock #N14E0103

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Bunk House

Stock #N77D0059 WAS $12,797 $

NOW 11,349 $ * OR 134/MO

Stock #N18V0220 WAS $35,628 $

NOW 29,389 $ * OR 258/MO

Rear Kitchen

WAS $30,850 $

NOW 19,963 $ * OR 232/MO


Rear Living Room

WAS 19,027




Quad Bunks

WAS $29,921 $

NOW 23,031 $ * OR 267/MO


Monday-Saturday 8:30am-5:30pm - Closed Sunday for the Season

Front Bath

Stock #N78L0070 WAS $25,007

NOW $19,513 $ * OR 227/MO



Vol. 37, No. 10 – March 6-12, 2013  
Vol. 37, No. 10 – March 6-12, 2013  

Vol. 37, No. 10 – March 6-12, 2013