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NORTHEAST WYOMING’S PREMIER SHOPPER FOR MORE THAN 35 YEARS!

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CHEAP STUFF

Kargo Master pickup truck rack, adjustable, $100. 689-8637. P275/65R-18”, $20. P205/70R-15”, $10. LT225/75R-16”, $60. LT225/75R-16”, $75. 307660-2942. 200 gallon mushroom water tank, for pickup truck. $100. 689-8637. 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. Buck pygmy goats, $75. Geese, $12.50. Ducks, $10. 660-3738. 50 steel fence posts, $100. 689-8637. Heavy duty steel A-frame storage rack, haul granite. $75. 689-8637. Amana gas range, $50. 682-4049, evenings.

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AUTOMOBILES

Located in Gillette. Have used cars and pickups. Will finance with good down. Located at 1758 North Hwy 14-16. Jim 307-680-8542, or office, 307-682-1885. 2011 Ford Escape, 40K, well equipped, $18,900. 307-689-5551. 2001 Ford Taurus, 115K miles, $2,795. 1994 Chevy Lumina van, sharp, $1,875. 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix, four door, $2,450. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. 2006 Monte Carlo, loaded, remote start, sun roof, only 54k miles. Great condition. 6822988.

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CAMPERS, MOTORHOMES

Best prices- pre-owned campers - fifthwheels! Professionally checked out, warranty, free delivery up to 300 miles. http://www.bighorncampers.com/, Ty 307-2711729. 2003 Sun Seeker 2900LE, 18,000 miles, $18,500. 307-660-7622. Keystone 300MP Raptor 2011, fully loaded fifth-wheel Toyhauler. Very gently used, divorcing must sell. Offers accepted, 307-257-0725. 2002 Jayco Designer, 30’ fifth-wheel, one owner, fully loaded, two slides, very clean, $16,500/ OBO. 680-8445, 686-2299. Gulfstream Ultra 1995 29' Class C, 56K miles, fully equipped, sleeps six, $7,500/ OBO. 6897026. CAMPER FOR SALE 2012 Jayco JayFlight 19RD. Like new condition, used only six times. $12,000. Call 307696-3304.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT

2012 Caterpillar 420E backhoe, 469 hours, still under warranty, like new. Call 307-680-8583.

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MOTORCYCLES

Offers being accepted through August 19th for a 1990 Harley Davidson FSXR motorcycle with 18,000 miles Interested parties inquire to Alisa or Linda at 307-685-2702 or see at 2900 S Douglas Hwy. For sale, like new: 2004 Honda Rebel 2500cc motorcycle, only 117 miles, $1,500; 2004 Honda Elite 80cc scooter, only 43 miles, $1,250. Call 682-4266 or 660-4561. Scooter for sale. 2008 Suzuki Burgman executive, AN650AK8, automatic, many extras. $5,500. 682-1840. 2010 Harley Davidson Streetbob, like new, 1,200 miles, asking $11,000/ OBO. Call 307680-7799 anytime. 2012 BMW S1000RR, low miles, excellent condition, two year warranty left. Asking $15,000/ OBO. 307-680-4904, Brendon.

We buy junk cars. Towing available. Manning’s Salvage. 307-685-6968.

2012 Wide Glide. 307-680-7632. 2006 Road King with trailer. 307-680-7632.

Auto insurance preferred and SR-22’s. Call Elizabeth Jones Agency, 307-682-6520. 2002 Chevy Malibu, 144,000 miles, good condition, power locks and windows, AC, AM/FM/ CD player. Asking $3,000/ OBO. 307-670-5702 or 307-670-2866.

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TRUCKS, VANS

2012 Freightliner Sprinter van, under 3,000 miles. 605-214-5401.

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FOUR WHEEL DRIVES

2002 Chevy Blazer, low miles, 680-4285. 1996 Explorer, Eddie Bauer, $1,895. 1998 Explorer, $2,350. 1990 Jeep Cherokee, $1,075. 1997 Dodge 1500 Magnum short box, Sport, sharp, $2,850. 1997 Ford F-250, extended cab, 460, 115K miles, $4,350. 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500, automatic transmission, extended cab, sharp, $8,350. Consider trades. 307-682-7622. 1998 Landrover, $2,000. Call Larry, 801-8917669. 1992 Ford F150 pickup, 4x4, bedliner, new tires and rims, $2,750/ OBO. 307-660-8379, 307-680-8542. 2002 Ford F350, 7.3L diesel dually, 144,000 miles, asking $16,000/ OBO. Call 605-5302238. 1989 GMC 1500, auto, 4x4, $2,000 680-9227. 1991 Dodge Dakota, 4x4, 183,000 miles, runs great. $1,200/ OBO. 307-689-6690.

2008 Harley Davidson Deluxe, 2005 American IronHorse. Both very low miles. Great shape. 307-670-0257. 2000 Harley Davidson Road King, perfect condition, $8,900/ OBO. Call David, 307-660-4377 or 686-2998. 2006 CRF 450X, $3,200. 307-622-0437. Great bike. Call or text.

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BOATS

1987 Sea Ray 17’, 130HP, I/O, runs good, fair condition, $2,000. See at 300 Rohan. 307-6803127. Enclosed trailer, 40’ gooseneck, triple axle, ramp door, side access door, wired for 110. $8,000. 307-680-8892, or 307-682-6810. Quantity 2 towing bowls for behind a boat. Only used once. 307-6605602. Largest selection of pre-owned family boats in Northwest! All come with warranty! www.bighornwatersports.com, 307-548-7571, Lovell WY.

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PARTS & ACCESSORIES

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

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UTILITY TRAILERS

5x10 H&H utility trailer. 307-682-1777. Bish’s Trailer Sales, 701 Metz Drive, 307-689-0202.

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2003 Champion 16x80 three bedroom, two bath, central air, dishwasher, washer/ dryer, newer appliances, new flooring, very nice, shed included. $32,500/ OBO. 605-559-0442, 605-641-3380..

HOMES (LOCAL)

Westover Hills townhome. Three bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Overlooks golf course, garage, two decks, $115,000 or rent for $1,150. 307-6600307. RC Ranch home for sale, 4509 Tate Avenue, five bedrooms, three baths. Large three+ car garage, granite counters, tile baths, stainless appliances, sprinkler system, $399,900 or make offer. Call for a showing, 952-303-9320. MOVING, MUST SELL QUICK! Three bedroom, two bathroom home on two five acre lots, $149,000. Call Tami, 307-689-6308.

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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. Big Horn Mountain lot by lake, great hunting and fishing, ready to build, $28,000. 307-2171004. Castle Heights Estates lots for sale. Lot sizes range from 6,722 sq-ft to 19,111 sq-ft. Prices range from $35,000 to $59,900. Custom designed homes also available. Let’s design your very own dream home. For more information call Harry Kimbrough, 307-680-8251, RE/MAX Professionals.

HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

Sundance, 40 acres, fenced, cross fenced, well, drinkable water, septic, power, phone, two bedroom home, 1-1/2 bath. No sagebrush, beautiful views. $165,000. 307-670-4475.

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL)

LOTS, ACREAGES

40 acres, three miles S of Wright, city water, subdivide or build your own home. Call 307299-1799.

Sage Valley, four bedroom, three bath, two car. Stone entry, theater room, close to schools, $259,900. 308-760-1667.

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL)

www.HarryKimbrough.com

For sale by owner: 40 wooded acres in the Black Hills near Newcastle, WY. Electricity, fiberoptic cable, and water-line access. Several beautiful building sites. Call 307-7463343 or 505-231-3588.

14x70 Windsor, recently remodeled. Must see. $8,000. 307-689-3120.

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Collins Heights, rented lot, 1981 single wide mobile home, remodeled, $12,000/ OBO. 307299-8058.

Multi-use building. Large doctor office and five executive suites. Call Gordon for your viewing, 689-6565. Good parking and building recently updated.

Great family home. Three bedroom, two bath, new windows and siding. Will provide the move, $17,000. Call for details, 307-687-0333.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Commercial lots for sale, $4.25 / sq ft 2700

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MISC. REAL ESTATE

Real estate for sale, located five miles east of Greybull, WY at 567 US HWY. 14. Approximately ten acres, includes house and outbuildings. View by appointment only, 605441-3686. Sealed bids accepted until August 15th. Submit to: Attn: Ryan McGrath, Cox, Horning & McGrath, LLC, 400 South Douglas Hwy., Gillette, WY 82716.

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RENTAL HOMES

2808 Dogwood • 307-685-2322 Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri. 9:30-5; Open until 7 on Tuesdays; Sat. 9:30-4

Education is exciting and wild. But where will I take my precious child? I know the perfect place, That teaches with an amazing grace! Placing foundations of strong social skills, Along with reading, writing and arithmetic thrills! Come stay and play with us, For life-long learning without the fuss! Preschool is very cool!!!

Now Accepting Enrollment Contact Leilani Schilling - (307) 660-5554 llpreschool45@bresnan.net 718 N. Hwy. 14-16, Suite B6 CERTIFIED TEACHING PROFESSIONAL FIVE DAYS A WEEK

Two bedroom, one bath house, downtown. Washer/ dryer, no smoking, no pets, $800/ month. 307-696-9726. $700, top two floors of three story house. Recent remodeling, downtown area, washer, dryer. No pets, non-smoking. 682-3956.

Two bedroom townhouse. Garage. No pets. Westover. Call 680-2330.

Three bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, two car garage, $1,300/ month, REMAX Professionals. Carmel Dorame, 307-689-8431. www.wyproperty1.com.

Three bedroom house. Central air, double garage, large fenced yard. No pets, smoke free. 307-682-0546. Four bedroom, three bathroom, garage. Located in country in Moorcroft. Horses and pets possible, $1,475/ month, partial utilities included. No smoking. 307-680-0469.

Immediate Occupancy. 6 Deer Drive, Pine Haven. Three bedroom, two bath, one acre, central A/C. Call Donna Mae. 307-680-8757. 604 Fairway, $1,800/ month. Four bedroom, three bath, two living areas and two car garage. 510 E 3rd St., $1,200/ month. Three bedroom, two bath, fenced yard. 1113 Overdale, $1,500/ month. Four bedroom, two bath, two living areas and two car garage. 1303 Manchester, $1,700/ month. Three bedroom, two bath, fenced yard and two car garage. For more information call Jeff 307299-1606 at Century 21 Real Estate Associates. Four bedroom, two bath, two car garage, $1,500/ month plus utilities and deposit. 6802460. Nice, one bedroom house, downtown area, no pets, no smoking 307-682-2289.

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Headed to college? Come get your furniture!

For rent: Single family home, three bedroom, two bath, garage/ shop, 12x16 storage shed, on 1-3/4 wooded acres, $1,800/ month ,near Pine Haven, WY. Call 307-660-1926.

Nice, three bedroom, one bath house. No pets. References required. 680-9440.

FURNITURE & CLOTHING CONSIGNMENTS

Name Brand Children's, Men's & Women's Clothing.

Two bedroom, one bath duplex, one car garage. Washer/ dryer, no pets, $695/ rent, $695/ deposit.plus utilities 307-689-0202.

Executive Rental, four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, two car garage, granite tops, cherry cabinets, hardwood flooring, centrally located. $2,500 per month. 680-9227.

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RENTAL HOMES

Two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath townhouse with walk-out basement and garage. Located in Westover. $850/ month plus utilities. No pets, references required. 680-9440. One bedroom, one bath house located in the downtown area. No pets. References required. 680-9440.

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Country homes in Rozet area: Three bedroom, two bath, $800/ month. Four bedroom, two bath with 26x36 shop, $1,200/ month. 307391-0244.

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RENTAL MOBILE HOMES

Three bedroom singlewide, $650/ month plus deposit. No smoking. No pets. In Moorcroft. 680-4536. Three bedroom, washer/ dryer, pet friendly. 307-680-2536. Two and three bedroom mobile homes.in Moorcroft. Washer and dryer included. Pets okay. 605-545-1833.

CASH REWARD UP TO

$1,000 FEATURED CRIMES: VANDALISM Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving several vandalisms that occurred in Gillette. The vandalism being performed is gang related graffiti by unknown individuals in a group calling themselves the “Valley Boyz” and “Purple Activis Crips.” There is also a common aka of “Rener” that is being tagged. 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 these or any other crimes, please call Crime Stoppers at 6860400 or the High School Crime Stoppers at 682-4185. You can remain anonymous and may earn up to $1,000 in reward.

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. •Arrange for lawn to be mowed while away. •Never leave keys in “secret” hiding places, burglars know where to look. •Install a burglar alarm system.

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RENTAL MOBILE HOMES

Four bedroom, three bath, newly remodeled, $1,400/ month. Call Michele Wanke at REMAX Professionals at 307-299-8351. Furnished full time living campers; $600. 307-680-2536. 14x60 two bedroom, one bath, fenced yard, big shade tree, deck on back, washer/ dryer. $800 deposit, $750 rent. 682-6930. 16x80, three bedroom, two bath, new living room carpet, washer/ dryer, air conditioning, $875/ month, plus utilities and $875 deposit. 686-2680. Three bedroom, two bath 1,500 SF. Double shed, swamp cooler, newly remodeled, small fenced yard. One year lease. No pets, no smoking, $1,050 month. (307)689-0100 Owner will finance. $2,000 down. $525 monthly. Older three bedroom, two bath, nice doublewide on rented lot, fenced yard. Most pets okay. 307-680-6274. Camper with one slide-out. Utilities paid. Some pets welcome. Call Jim at 307-6808542, Carol 307-680-7885. Older three bedroom, one bath doublewide. Washer/ dryer. Most pets okay. $775 plus utilities. 307-680-6274. Three bedroom trailer with two car garage, $1,200 monthly, utilities included except phone and cable. 682-6601 or 660-2610. 16x80 mobile home in Moorcroft, three bedroom, two bath, on private lot. No pets, $500/ deposit, $800/ month. 307-756-2862. Three bedroom trailer. For information call 660-5210. Nice homes. 680-9508. 1996 16x80, three bedroom, two bath on a nice lot in Fox Park, no pets, $1,000/deposit, $1,000/month, one year lease. Nice and clean. 680-7007. Totally renovated, clean and ready to go. Three bedroom, two bath in Moorcroft. $750/ month. Call Milt at 307-622-7800.

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APARTMENTS

Large two bedroom, one bath, AC, no pets, offstreet parking, $600/ month, $600/ deposit. 687-1474. Clean, quiet two bedroom. Washer, dryer, air conditioner. No smoking / pets, $650. 6826255. $750, two bedroom townhouse, washer/ dryer, no pets. Six month lease. 686-0705. Three bedroom apartment, $975/ month plus utilities, no pets no smoking. Room for rent, $475/ month with utilities. sharp_shoot@msn.com. Nice two bedroom in four plex, $650/ month. 307-689-0567. Handy location on Emerson, two bedroom, one bath. Clean. $600/ month. Call Catherine at 307-680-1427. $600. Two bedroom, quiet four-plex, no pets, $600 deposit, six month lease. 686-0705. Remodeled, spacious, one and two bedroom apartments, $400-$600/ month Cats negotiable. Laundry available on-site. 307-7520202. Westover, very nice three bedroom, $750/ month, $750/ deposit. Wood stove. Patio. No pets. Six month lease. 686-0705. Warlow Drive Apartments, 1720 W. Warlow Dr. One, two, and three bedroom 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. One bedroom apartment, $500 plus utilities. Two bedroom, $600/ month plus utilities. No pets. Ask about our move in special. Call 660-9035. Two bedroom, one bath, four-plex. 307-6893315.

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APARTMENTS

Two bedroom, one bath, one car garage, washer/ dryer, no pets, six month lease at $750 per month and a $750 deposit. 6607626.

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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 apartment, $800/ month, includes utilities. 307-217-1036.

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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.

Cleaned like your Grandma cleans. Two bedroom apartment, month to month available Washer, dryer, no pets. 680-1866. Clean, quiet and cool one bedroom, $595 and two bedroom, $695. Call anytime 6866488.

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Affordable, quiet and very clean apartments. Low moving costs. For showing call 6866488. $700. Very nice three bedroom in quiet fourplex, $700 deposit. No pets, six month lease. 686-0705.

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Two bedroom, spacious rooms, clean, nice, furnished or unfurnished. Sutherland area. 670-1683.

Fairway Estates – 307-686-9988. Income restricted. Includes garage. Two bedroom $665/ month and three bedroom $768/ month.

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Available Now!! Antelope Ridge and Windridge

Fully furnished one bedroom apartments for rent. Weekly/ monthly. All utilities including WiFi paid. 307-682-3665.

• Washer/Dryer Provided • Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal • Over-Range Microwave • Spacious Patios and Balconies • Water, Sewer and • Trash Removal Included • Assigned, Covered Parking • Playground, Clubhouse • 24-Hour Maintenance

$450 a month plus one month free with a new 12 month lease, on select one bedroom apartments. No pets allowed. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc, 307-682-0964.

Campbell County Senior Center

Beautiful two bedroom condo, $795/ plus utilities. No pets..406-671-5966. Two bedroom in four-plex, new carpet and paint, laundry on-site, no smoking, no pets Tenant pays electricity, $600/ month. 307-6802585.

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ROOMS FOR RENT

Limited Time Offer!

Highland Properties 826 N. Gurley Ave. 307-685-8066

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.

Low weekly rates available at the Super 8 Motel. 307-6828078. Room for rent, $400, includes cable. 307-689-3717, leave message.

Lunches Wed., Aug. 7: Beef & Noodles, Country Trio Vegetables, Creamy Coleslaw, Breadstick, Apple Crisp.

Private furnished rooms, full kitchens, WiFi. Starting at $150/ week, $75 deposit. Sunset Inn, 307-682-4047.

Thurs., Aug. 8: BBQ Jack Chicken, Baked Potato, Tomatoes & Zucchini, Confetti Slaw, Banana.

Furnished rooms, starting at $150/ week. 307756-2431.

Fri., Aug. 9: Baked Turkey, Potatoes & Gravy, Orange Carrots, Dilly Bread, Cranberry Whip.

Two rooms for rent. These rooms share a kitchen and bath, basically a two bed basement apartment. $400 per room. Call Bob 307670-1363.

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MOBILE HOME SPACES Small lot downtown. 680-4348.

Prairie Rose Mobile Home Park. New spaces available and going fast. Call or stop by today, 682-1350, 1615 Arizona Street. For rent private lot located in city. Prefer newer mobile home, single or doublewide. 682-3198, 680-3288. FOOTHILLS MOBILE HOME PARK, conveniently located family mobile home park. Single or doublewide spaces. Two months free rent for newly approved applicants. 307-6828300.

Mon., Aug. 12: Teriyaki Steak, Steamed Rice, Japanese Vegetables, Egg Roll, Pineapple Crunch, Fortune Cookie. Tues., Aug. 13: Cloud Peak Energy Sponsored Dinner - Chicken Fried Chicken, Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Garden Salad, Dinner Roll, Strawberry Shortcake.

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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OFFICE, RETAIL SPACE

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

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STORAGE *ANYTIME STORAGE* $1 first month,.any size. 682-6266.

Beacon Self Storage, 686-9729. New units. 1375 Southern Drive. Southern Drive Self Storage. Located 1/2 mile West of Highway 59 on Southern Drive. 307-685-2888. www.gillettestorage.com. AA Fenced Storage, 12x40, 1307 Southern Drive. 307-257-2047.

RENTAL COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

PETS

Pekinese puppies, Tri-color, male, $300. Contact 660-8254.

20x60 heated shop with 12’ overhead door. 689-7500.

Solid oak rolltop computer desk, like new. 60Wx36Dx54H. $700. 689-4373.

Forever Faithful Pet Crematory, Gillette, WY. Corinne, 660-1134; Rita, 680-0316.

For lease commercial building, 65’x65’, 24’ side walls, office, four overhead doors, 3/4 acre lot, 6’ chain link fence. Great location in town. Call Frank 689-1060, 682-0982. 8, 750 sq.-ft. shop, five acres fenced, four offices. 680-4348.

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HOME APPLIANCES

Amana washer/ dryer set, commercial quality. 307-257-2341. LG stackable dryer, two years old, good condition. 682-8810.

Used car sales lot for lease in Gillette located at 1758 N. Highway 14-16. With 40x40 shop with 12x50 office, two 14x14 overhead garage doors, air compressor, welder Call Jim 307680-8542 or Carol 307-680-7885.

Will pick up used washers and dryers for free. 307-680-8736

2,500-sq.-ft. shop with office area and bathroom, $1,400/ month. Contact Ryan Conklin or Lexi Oslund, REMAX Professionals, 682-6622.

1940’s mahogany tea cart. Still in beautiful condition, $350. 307-660-8184.

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Universal player piano, excellent shape, recently serviced and ready to play. 682-1276.

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5,600 sq.ft. building. Four large doors, offices, fenced yard. Lease terms negotiable. 5753 Winland Drive. 682-6266. 50x60 heated shop/ warehouse, two large overhead doors, loading dock, office, 1/2 bath, small side yard, good location off Douglas Hwy on Mohan Road in Gillette, one year lease minimum. Available August 1st. Call 307-3606950.

FIREWOOD, COAL, FUEL

Firewood split/ delivered $160 cord credit/ debit accepted, 307-465-2258.

Small shop, 12’ OHD, restroom. 660-0806.

9,000 sq.-ft. shop and 3,000 sq.-ft. office, fenced yard. 307-680-8774.

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Residential and commercial rentals available now. Sunshine Real Properties, 307-680-2536, 680-0854.

10x20 storage units and 12x40 RV, boat spots. Antelope Butte Storage LLC, 685-8178.

Bookie I Storage. Storage unit 13’x30’, electric.lights, $75/ month. Outside storage available. Pine Haven, Wyoming, 686-0052 or 689-3139.

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Moving sale. Furniture, household, excellent condition. By appointment, 307-670-8261.

12x20 enclosed storage units with 7’x10’ high doors, $80. 307-751-4274, 307-660-6366.

RV, boat, toy storage available. Call 307-6823653.

HOME FURNISHINGS

40x50 warehouse/ shop, 14-ft. overhead door. Heated, restroom. 307-682-0546.

Shop for rent, 1807 Echeta Road. Call for appointment. Michele Wanke, REMAX Professionals, 307-299-8351.

8x20 storage, $75/ month. 307-682-1671.

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SPORTING GOODS

GILLETTE GUN CLUB. Powder River Shoot-out August 17th. Baker Hughes Oil & Gas benefit August 24. Entry form available at the gun club now. MondayThursday, 12:00-7:00pm or call 660-3579. Bulk .223, .45, .40, 30-06 ammunition. Bullets for .223 and 9mm, small pistol primers and powder. 689-3289.

Registered Pug puppies for sale. 307-6965122 or 307-689-9278. Registered Toy and Mini Australian Shepherd. $600 and up. 307-299-4115. Pomeranian Poodles available now. Two females, $300. Call Wendy, 299-5917.

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LIVESTOCK

Horses RockyMountain Breed. Gelding three years, mare four years. Halter broke only. Rare Breed, chocolates with blonde manes, beautiful with walker like gate. Health is forcing sale. $1,800 each, $3,000 pair. 307-682-6946, evenings. 307-660-3774, weekdays. Stalls and paddocks for rent. Full service available. 1-307-680-0632. Mini-horse, stud, $250. 660-3738. Affordable custom fencing, all types and phases of fence. Campbell County and surrounding. 307-686-3910.

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FARM, RANCH EQUIPMENT

Horse drawn: 14’ hay wagon, rubber tired, brakes. Sickle mower, works good. Four cart single or double. 307-682-6810, or 307-6803709. 20’x4’x6’ bar continuous fence, $100. Railroad ties, $7. Wright, WY and Miles City, Montana. Toll free, 855-853-0117.

Do you snore? Do you feel tired all day long? Call Davis ENT for a sleep consultation. Approximately 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea can lead to increased risk of stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure and diabetes.

Our sleep lab is very comfortable with a relaxing atmosphere. Dr. Davis is Board Certified in Otolaryngology & Sleep Medicine Our Sleep Technologist Julie Walker is registered by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists

We Specialize In: • Allergy Testing & Shots • Sinus Congestion • Pediatric ENT • Snoring • Sleep Disorders Dr. Davis is a Tier 1 provider of CNIC & is in network with almost all insurance companies including United and BCBS.

Davis E.N.T. Specialists

407 S. Medical Arts Court, Suite C • Gillette, WY 82716

307.686.7346 • www.davisent.net Business hours: Mon - Thu 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Fri 8 am - Noon


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FEED & HAY Hay for sale. 307-680-5586.

Hay for sale, small square grass/ alfalfa. $200/ ton; Limited number of bales. 307-2832813. Alfalfa/ grass mix, straight grass, big rounds or big squares, cash only. 307-746-5319, Newcastle.

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BUILDING MATERIALS

Steel buildings. Big or small. Value discounts up to 30%. Complete construction information available. Source# 18X. 800-964-8335.

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TOOLS

Alfalfa/ grass mix in big squares. Call only 701-391-0758 or 307-685-6311.

048

AUCTIONS

Saturday, August 10 at 9am. Take Hwy. 50 South 2.5 miles, turn west on Force Road at the Little Store, go 1.4 miles to Flying D Avenue. Watch for signs. Guns, ammo, coins, stamps, collapsible ice fishing shed and augers, sporting goods, hospital bed, lift chair, household, toys and much more. Biesheuvel Auction & Appraisal, go to auctionzip.com ID#27765 for more information.

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Bright Beginnings Day Care taking fall enrollment. Ages 2-5, full time, preschool included. Call 307-686-2495. Licensed Childcare available. 307-363-3680.

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MISC. MERCHANDISE

New 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314. Heat your entire home, water and more with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Mountain Pines Construction LLC, 605-4238113. Upright refrigerator, $250. Schwinn Airdyne, $150. Skateboard rail, $75. 686-1267. 10x20 insulated custom shed. Has front roll-up utility door, counters and cabinets, $4,000/ OBO. 307-689-1376.

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Make $75-$150 an hour. Equipment runs awesome, lots and lots of clientele. Dr. Bobs Tree care, $45,000/ OBO, 687-0383. Rocky Mountain School of Massage will be holding an intensive 100 hour massage course in Gillette, over four weekends, September 1315/27-29, October 11-13/25-29. For more information on becoming a certified massage therapist, contact us at 406-652-2633 or email massageinmontana@hotmail.com. www.rockymountainschoolofmassage.com. Retail business opportunity. Manager Position. Check Into Cash, Laramie, WY. MULTI-UNIT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. Must be able to develop people and expand the business, with excellent customer service and leadership skills. This position offers a competitive salary with an outstanding bonus program, benefits, 401K and advancement opportunities. EOE. Send resumes to: wy25004@checkintocash.com.

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CHILD CARE

Babysitting, $3 per hour per child. Call Kim, 307-670-3631. Licensed childcare openings, all ages. Call 660-1476.

LAWN CARE

Tree Trimmers. Trimming and removals. Stump grinding. 689-2068. Landscapes by Holcomb. Trees, shrubs, mulch, rock and compost. 3405 Southern Drive, 685-1321. Lawns by COLLEGE GREENS. Senior Discount. Call Matthew, 307-622-2282.

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HEALTH

CARE A LISTING OF PROFESSIONAL AREA HEALTH CARE SPECIALISTS

OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY GILLETTE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Home Management Services. Professional residential, commercial and construction cleaning. Reasonable rates. 307-660-5686, www.hmscleans.com.

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

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CONSTRUCTION

Father and Sons Construction, mowing, landscaping, concrete paving, curbing, painting and clean-up. Straw for sale. 687-0111, 670-1741. Sparks Concrete Lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010,. 605-209-6720.

Want to buy any campers for cash. Call 6800854. Wanted: Good used white dishwasher. 6808542, 680-7885, 682-1885. Enclosed trailer. 307-696-5908.

CHILD CARE

sparksconcretelifting.com.

On The Level Construction, LLC. Kitchen, bath and remodel specialists. 307-689-8637. 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. Basements, decks, etc. Design, build and remodel. 307-670-2336. ABC Seamless. Premium steel roofing, siding, windows, gutters. 307-680-1962. BRAD’S MOBILE HOME PARTS AND SERVICE. Free estimates. Call 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155. Buchanan Excavating Basements, septic, driveways, grading, and much more. Licensed and insured. 307-670-8335, 307-660-1508, Chad. 4 Evers Concrete and Construction. Driveways, sidewalks, concrete stenciling and cutting, color of your choice, free estimates. 307-751-0627, 307-672-5143. Simply Drywall install, repair, finish. 307-2990061. Rick Oldaugh Construction. Roofing and siding. Garages, pole buildings and wood basements. Remodeling and additions. Thirty years experience. 307-689-4820. Affordable custom fencing, 307-686-3910.

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MISC. SERVICES

Custom sewing and alterations. 307-670-8824.

Fees on sliding scale • Low Cost Confidential Services • We file insurance

1304 W. 4th Street, Gillette, WY 82716 • 307-682-8110 WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE, P.C. Specializing in complete women's healthcare including normal & complicated pregnancies, infertility & gynecological surgery. Expertise with hysteroscopic abalation & vaginal tape procedure for incontinence.

1402 W. 4th St. • Gillette, WY • 307-682-2233 NEW PATIENTS WELCOME!

FAMILY PRACTICE THOMAS T. ANDREW, M.D. HERITAGE HEALTH CARE CENTER Family Practice, providing patient care for the whole family. Asthma & allergy testing & treatment for all allergies for the whole family. Hormone Replacement Therapy for women and men.

201 W. Lakeway Rd., Ste.300 (In the Lakeway Professional Center) (307) 682-4551 • NEW PATIENTS WELCOME!

ORAL/MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEONS JOHN K. NAUGLE,

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Practice limited to oral and maxillofacial surgery. In Gillette Tuesday & Thursday.

805 4-J Rd., Suite A • 307-686-3147 • Toll Free: 800-870-9081

UROLOGY CENTRAL WY UROLOGICAL ASSOC. James B. Haden, M.D. • Todd Hansen, M.D. Now offering appointments for Wednesday clinic in Gillette. Offering Laparoscopic & Robotic procedures.

3100 W. Lakeway, Ste. 1 • 1-800-427-3048

COUNSELING & LIGHT THERAPY BRIGHTER HORIZONS COUNSELING Carrie Strawn MA, LPC, NCC • Tina Lawson Ed. S., LPC Eden West LCSW, MSW Individual, Family, Couples, Adolescents & Children. Introducing our new mood elevating light therapy sessions to address seasonal affective disorders (SAD).

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Drywall repairs and texturing, finishing 20+ years experience. Free estimates. Bob, 307689-9462. CP BACKHOE SERVICE. Septic systems, water and sewer, pier foundations, grading, concrete, painting and maintenance. Call Perry 307-363-3126. NATURAL PAIN RELIEF. Help your body help itself. Appointments: 307-689-0938. Small Engine Repair and Mobile Maintenance specializes in lawn mower, tractor, generator and chain saw repair. Mower blade and knife sharpening available. If it's dull or needs repair give me a call! 307-689-7290. SMALL TRACTOR ETC. Mowing, tilling, loader, rear blade. 689-0747. Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394.

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LOST AND FOUND

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FOR SALE- TRAIL BAR in Torrington, WY offered as a turnkey business, everything included. Same ownership 15 years. $295,000! Properties Unlimited, Inc. Rich Schaffer, Broker. 307-532-1751. OVER 380,550 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.

Bumper Sticker Humor No one is listening until you make a mistake.

Lost: Black Ibanez accoustic/electric guitar. Lost along Hannum/Gold Road. $350 reward for its safe return. Call or text, 299-5582. Lost: White Shih-tzu, 10th and Rohan. Please return. $50 reward. 689-3878.

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PERSONALS

with diabetes while taking Lipitor, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Charles H. Johnson Law, toll-free, 1-800-535-5727.

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Why is it that “Time flies when you’re having fun” and “A watched pot never boils”?

Brain resources for paying attention to anything are limited, so when you’re really engrossed in an enjoyable activity, you can’t think much about the passage of time, says Jay Ingram in “The Velocity of Honey.” So you’re fooled into thinking that less time has passed. Of course when you’re thinking of nothing but time, it expands, as with the watched pot. An irony about a fast, fun time is that when you think back on it, memory will actually make it seem longer than it was. Another time oddity is the “tourist illusion.” When you travel by car to a place you’ve never been before, then come back the same route, the trip out always seems to take much longer, probably due to anticipation and suspense. Get a fever and your biological clocks may go crazy: Once when biochemist Hudson Hoagland’s wife was bedridden with a fever of 40 C (104 F), she sent him on an errand to the drugstore. Though he was gone only 20 minutes, she insisted it was much longer. Ever the scientist, Hoagland put her to the test, asking her to judge the passage of a minute by counting off the seconds. The higher her fever, the faster her count. Apparently during his errand, her clock had “ticked over more than usual.”

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School Days ! n i a g A e r e H Are

Name Tags • Bulletin Boards • Desk Plates Classroom decor • Supplies Student Incentives • Pencils

Teacher’s Corner Kid’s Mart 201 S. Gillette Ave. • 686-9231

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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, August 7 – Tuesday, August 13 WEDNESDAY WILD & CRAZY SCULPTURES, 10 a.m. to noon, three day class, $60, AVA Community Art Center. OPEN PLAY GAMING, 1-4 p.m., for teens, Campbell County Public Library.

interpretation, etc. Call 682-4199. BAHAMA MAMA NIGHT, 7-9 p.m., $40, must be 21, AVA Community Art Center. PLANETARIUM, 7-8 p.m., laser show “Where The Streets Have No Name,” Sage Valley Junior High.

THURSDAY TEEN MINECRAFT CLUB, 2 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TEEN ANIME CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library.

SATURDAY GILLETTE FARMERS’ MARKET, 8 a.m. to noon, Gillette College Technical Education Center parking lot. VAN GOGH KIDDOS, 10-11:30 a.m., $25, AVA Community Art Center. TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 10 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. INTRO TO WATERCOLOR, 1-5 p.m., $45, AVA Community Art Center. 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. PLANETARIUM, 6-7 p.m., full dome “Planets & Counting,” and 7-8 p.m., laser show “Where The Streets Have

FRIDAY PRESCHOOL SCREENING CLINIC, free and open to all children birth to five-years old, Children’s Developmental Services, 682-7515. LITTLE TIKES, 10-11:30 a.m., $25, AVA Community Art Center. OPEN PLAY GAMING, 1-4 p.m., for teens, Campbell County Public Library. OPEN MIC NIGHT, 7 p.m., Brother’s Coffee, 300 S. Gillette Ave. Open to poetry, music, comedy, dramatic

No Name,” Sage Valley Junior High. MONDAY TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TEEN WRITERS’ GROUP, 5-7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. SUMMER OF HOPE POTLUCK, 6-8 p.m., help orphans find homes, bring a dish, Fishing Lake. TUESDAY TEEN CARD CLUB, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. ADULT ANIME & CARD CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. 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 news@gillettenewsrecord.com or bring it to the office at 1201 W. Second St.

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This Month in History August 1 1779 - Star-Spangled Banner author Francis Scott Key was born in Frederick County, Maryland. 1790 - The first U.S. Census was completed, counting four million people in the U.S. 1876 - Colorado became the 38th U.S. state. 1916 - Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, location of the active volcanoes Kilauea and Mauna Loa, was established. 1944 - Anne Frank penned her last entry into her diary. August 2 1754 - Pierre Charles L’Enfant, the architect, engineer, and Revolutionary War officer who designed the plan for the city of Washington, D.C., was born in Paris, France. 1776 - The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia. 1876 - Wild Bill Hickok was killed during a poker game. 1990 - The Iraqi army, under the order of Saddam Hussein, invaded Kuwait. August 3 1492 - Christopher Columbus set sail from Spain looking for a passage to the East. 1900 - John T. Scopes, convicted for teaching evolution in a trial argued by lawyers William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow, was born in Paducah, Kentucky. 1949 - The National Baseball Association was formed. 1989 - “Primetime Live,” hosted by Sam Donaldson and Diane Sawyer, premiered. August 4 1790 - The U. S. Coast Guard was established. 1900 - Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother of England, was born in London. 1901 - Jazz trumpet player Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. 1962 - South African civil rights leader Nelson Mandela was arrested, leading to a five year prison sentence that was later extended to life in prison. August 5 1583 - Sir Humphrey Gilbert, English navigator and explorer, aboard his sailing ship, the Squirrel, sighted the Newfoundland coast and took possession of the area around St. John’s harbor in the name of the Queen, thus establishing the first English colony in North America. 1861- The first income tax was signed into law by Abraham Lincoln. 1957 - “American Bandstand,” hosted by Dick Clark, premiered on television, eventually becoming TV’s longest running musical series. 1962 - Film star Marilyn Monroe died at age 36 from an overdose of sleeping pills. August 6 1890 - Baseball great Cy Young pitched his first professional game. 1890 - William Kemmler became the first man to be executed in the United States by electrocution. 1911 - Lucille Ball was born in Jamestown, New York. 1926 - Nineteen-year-old Gertrude Ederle of New York became the first woman to swim the English Channel, completing the distance in 14 hours and 31 minutes. 1945 - The first atomic bomb was dropped over Hiroshima, Japan. August 7 1882 - The Hatfield and McCoy Feud began when a member of the Hatfield family was murdered by three McCoy family members. 1904 - American statesman and U.N. official Ralph Johnson Bunche, the first black person to win the Nobel Peace Prize, was born in Detroit, Michigan. 1959 - The first picture of Earth from space was transmitted by a U.S. satellite. 1964 -Congress approved the Vietnam War “Gulf of Tonkin Resolution,” which gave President Lyndon Johnson authority to take any measures to repel armed attacks against U.S. forces and to prevent further aggression. 1990 - Operation Desert Shield began as President George Bush ordered a military buildup in response to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.

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Too Hot to Cook Is the heat getting to you? Do you dread preparing dinner because it makes you sweat to crank up the oven? Try these hot weather recipes next time it is too hot to cook. Slow-Cooker Carnitas 1 5-6 pound pork butt or pork shoulder 1 tablespoon dried oregano 1 tablespoon cumin • 2 tablespoons salt • 1 tablespoon black pepper 1 tablespoon chili powder 6-8 fresh garlic cloves, peeled and smashed 1 small can diced tomatoes Juice of one lime • Corn tortillas Salsa Chopped red onions • Diced jalapenos • Lime wedges

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Place the pork, oregano, cumin, salt, pepper, chili powder, garlic, tomatoes, and lime juice in the slow-cooker. Cook on low for eight hours. Remove meat and let cool, then shred the meat. To serve, toss the carnitas meat in a saucepan over medium heat for about three minutes. Serve meat on tortillas topped with salsa, red onions, and jalapenos, with a lime wedge on the side. Mojito Chicken Sandwiches 1 deli rotisserie chicken, meat removed and sliced 4 tablespoons mayonnaise 2 tablespoons lime juice 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint 1 teaspoon chopped jalapeno pepper 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 8 slices bread 8 tomato slices 4 lettuce leaves Combine the mayonnaise, lime juice, mint, jalapeno pepper, sugar, salt and pepper in a bowl and mix well. Spread the mayonnaise mixture on four slices of bread. Top with slices of chicken, two tomato slices, and lettuce. Top with remaining slices of bread. Serve immediately.

Smart Substitutions (Family Features) When you’re hungry and pressed for time, it’s tempting to swing through the drive-thru or order takeout. But while these seemingly convenient choices save you time, they might cost you in calories, fat, sugar and sodium. Here are some easy ways to make smart substitutions throughout the day that are also time-saving. Breakfast: Eating breakfast starts your day off right and helps you control hunger. * Save up to 300 calories by substituting a doughnut or danish with a small English muffin and a tablespoon of your favorite nut butter. You’ll also get the added benefit of protein, which gives you energy to start the day. * Be mindful of what you add to your morning coffee. Your on-the-go 16-ounce latte could contain as much as 330 calories, 13 grams of fat and 40 grams of sugar, and could be costing you. Substitute with a 12-ounce cup of coffee with skim or soy milk, a pinch of cinnamon and a natural sweetener like honey. Lunch: You can enjoy a satisfying, convenient and smart meal whether you’re at home, work or out to eat. * If you can, avoid full-calorie pizzeria pizza and look for products such as Weight Watchers(r) Smart Ones(r) ThinCrust Pepperoni Pizza. The blend of reduced fat cheeses with a zesty tomato sauce on a crispy-thin crust will give you 8 grams of whole grains and has 300 calories - compared to the 440 calories from the standard takeout slice. * When you have to have that classic allbeef patty, less is more. Keep it simple and balanced with a whole grain bun, ketchup, lettuce and tomato. If you’re more adventurous, try turkey and veggie burgers for fewer calories and less saturated fat.

Snacks: Snacks can be part of a smart diet - you just have to enjoy the right kinds of snacks in moderation. * If you’re hungry for something sweet, opt for a low-fat Greek yogurt sweetened with honey, which is much lower in calories than a milkshake, and offers probiotics. * If you’re craving something salty, try a handful of lightly salted almonds, which are packed with protein and will help you feel satisfied so you won’t be tempted by chips or other salty snacks. Dinner: Being smart about portion sizes as well as your entree choices lets you stay on track and enjoy your evening meal. * Forget takeout chow mein, which could have up to 490 calories (200 calories from fat), and eat in with an alternative, such as Smart Ones Sesame Noodles with Vegetables, with only 280 calories (25 calories from fat). * Divide up your entree - either share it with your dining partner, or ask for a togo box and put half of your food in the container as soon as it arrives. Not only do you get a more appropriate portion, but you also stretch your dining dollar into two meals instead of just one. For more deliciously smart substitution tips, recipes and ideas - including breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and desserts - visit www.eatyourbest.com. Photo courtesy of Getty Images Source: Smart Ones

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Nothing splendid was ever created in cold blood. Heat is required to forge anything. Every great accomplishment is the story of a flaming heart. – Arnold H. Glasgow Heat not a furnace for your foe so hot that it do singe yourself. – William Shakespeare Some people change their ways when they see the light, others when they feel the heat. – Caroline Schoeder I have learned through bitter experience the one supreme lesson to conserve my anger, and as heat conserved is transmitted into energy, even so our anger controlled can be transmitted into a power that can move the world. – Mahatma Gandhi

1. What killed more men during the Civil War than wounds sustained in battle? 2. The melody of the popular Civil War ballad “Aura lee” was later used for what twentieth century hit song? 3. What was the name of the play President Lincoln attended at Ford’s Theater on April 14, 1865? 4. How many days did Confederate President Jefferson Davis spend at Fort Monroe prison? 5. How much was an enlisted man paid for providing his own horse in the war? 6. What was the only major Civil War battle fought in Florida? 7. What milk product, patented in 1856, was an important part of the diet of Union soldiers? 8. What was the principal weapon used in the Civil War? 9. Which state sent more men to war, in proportion to its population, than any other state? 10. How many horses were killed at Gettysburg?

Nothing does reason more right, than the coolness of those that offer it: for truth often suffers more by the heat of its defenders, than from the arguments of its opposers. – William Penn Noble souls, through dust and heat, rise from disaster and defeat the stronger. – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Answers 1. Sickness. 2. Elvis Presley’s “Love Me Tender.” 3. Our American Cousin. 4. 720 days. 5. Fifty cents per day. 6. The Battle of Olustee near Lake City in 1864. 7. Borden’s condensed milk. 8. A single-shot, muzzle-loading rifle. 9. Missouri. 10. Over 3,000.

1. La ___, Italian opera house 6. “Hamlet” has five 10. “Ashes to ashes, ___ ...” 14. Fire extinguishing agent 15. Had on 16. Allergic reaction 17. Express 18. Gulf V.I.P. 19. “Your majesty” 20. Professed 22. Farm equipment 23. Add up 24. Accomplishments 25. Increase, with “up” 29. Experienced 31. Gland in neck 33. Most crowded 37. Iris part 38. Excoriate 39. Itemized summaries of expenditures 41. God, with “the”

42. Bouquet 44. Ship’s small boat 45. Traditional literature theme 48. One of The Three Stooges 50. Andy’s radio partner 51. Space formed by two intersecting lines (2 wds) 56. Bakery buy 57. Crescent 58. Personnel director 59. The “A” of ABM 60. Bothers 61. Basket material 62. Reduced instruction set computer (acronym) 63. Home, informally 64. Pig grunts

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5. About 6. Anticipated 7. Armed fighting 8. Warbled 9. Arid 10. Medical clinic 11. Handy 12. New England catch 13. Muscular strength 21. Cold war foe 24. Social 25. Attempt 26. By way of, briefly 27. Checked out 28. Portent 30. Change the look of 32. Bread spreads 34. “Empedocles on ___” (Matthew Arnold poem) 35. “Heartbreak House” writer 36. Be a snitch 40. Shut off 41. Heartfelt 43. Bat droppings 45. Golden Horde member 46. Certain Arab 47. Harbors 49. “Hurray!” 51. Agenda 52. Not yet final, at law 53. Beam 54. Onion relative 55. Blows it


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JobSEARCH

Classified ad? Call Gillette Advertiser 682-9306,Ext.0 / classified@gillettenewsrecord.com

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The Campbell County Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Fall Groundskeepers, Zamboni Driver, Concession Stand and Ice Skate Monitors. The Ice Arena positions are seasonal positions working 10-20 hours a week starting at $10 per hour. The Zamboni Driver starts at $11.50 per hour and must be at least 18 years old. Ground keeping crew starts at $10 per hour. Applicants for concessions and skate guarding must be 16 years of age and enjoy working with the public. EOE. Apprentice Electrician. Competitive wage/ benefits DOE. Fax resume to 307-686-6322 or email to jobs@blairwest.com. Oilfield pipe insulators and shop welders needed. Apply at TSI, 510 Limestone. Retail Sales Associate. $13.79 an hour/ benefits. Sales experience required. Spanish speaking a plus. To apply online www.unionwireless.com. Joe’s Plumbing and Heating Inc. Experienced sheet metal workers and plumbers.needed. Wages DOE/ EEOE. 685-7255. Siding applicator needed. Experience preferred. License and vehicle necessary. Call 685-0434 for an application.

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Wyoming Casing Service, Inc. Gillette, WY is looking for oil field hands to work for an established service company local to Gillette. On the job training is provided. You must be able to pass a pre-employment hair follicle drug test as well as have a driving record free of DUI's or reckless driving offenses (within the last five years). If interested please visit our website at www.wyomingcasingservice.com, contact Shyla, 307-682-5574 or visit the office for an application at 1504 Lincoln Street. Experienced apartment manager needed for complex in Gillette, WY. Duties include, but are not limited to, directing property operations, supervising property staff, showing and leasing apartments, and processing applications. Qualifications: 1. High school diploma or GED required. 2. One to two years of property management or related experience required. 3. CAM certification required or obtain within first year of employment. 4. Supervisory experience or training preferred. 5. Ability to maintain reliable transportation, a current and valid driver's license, and vehicle insurance required. 6. Some Saturday work required. Must pass pre-employment background check, drug screen, and reference checks. Submit resume to hr@fairfieldmanagement.com or via fax to 318-424.6547..Equal Opportunity Employer.

Midas is hiring for full-time mechanic positions. Apply in person at 2307 S. Douglas Highway.

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RV TECH Description: Full-time experienced RV tech to begin immediately.  Position will troubleshoot & repair plumbing, electrical, propane systems, appliances, jacks & generators.  Responsible for documenting and communicating requested repairs or accessories. Qualifications:  Must have at least 2 years of industry experience with an emphasis on repairs and installations.  Experience in hitch installations, strong communication & organization skills are required.

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AUTO GLASS TECHNICIAN. Mobile Autoglass of Gillette is in need of a full time Auto Glass Technician. Qualified applicant must be able to lift 100 pounds, have good computer skills, a neat appearance and a clean driving record. Applicant must be dependable and able to work hours that are scheduled. Wages DOE. Benefits package, vacation time and more. Apply in person at Mobile Autoglass of Gillette at 201 N. Gurley Ave., Gillette, WY, ask for Rhonda. No phone calls. RMS Instrument & Electric is now taking applications for Electrical Journeyman positions in Gillette, WY. Self motivated individuals only. Applicant must be licensed WY electrician. Benefits include heath, dental, eye, vacation, holiday pay, 401K, and bonus incentives. $28-$32 per hour DOE. Please email resumes to rms@rms-ie.com. Now hiring for housekeepers. Please apply in person at Best Western Tower West Lodge, 109 N. US Hwy. 14-16. No phone calls. Looking for first or second year journeyman electrician and apprentice electrician. Must have good work ethic, if not, need not apply. Fax resume to 307-670-9004. Barracuda Construction needs Framers and Helpers, full time work. Must have reliable transportation. All work in Gillette. 406-8617192.

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SERVALL is looking for a self motivated, organized individual to run our warehouse. Clean driver’s license and drug test need to be passed for employment. Duties include : Cleaning and organizing the warehouse and offices, unloading trucks, ordering and inventorying product, sorting loads for the CSR’s. Please apply at Servall Uniform and Linen at 1809 Hays DR., Gillette, WY. We are about a mile S. of the airport on 14-16 up the hill from Ryan Sanitation. Wanted Apprentice Electricians. Pay DOE, benefits available. To apply send resume to Edge Electric, PO Box 2645, Gillette, WY 82717.

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Northeast Wyoming BOCES is taking applications for employment for Overnight Residential Child Care Assistants to work at the Powder River Basin Children’s Center. Nights and weekends required. Qualifications include: Must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and possess personal qualities that project a positive role model for the children. Experience with disabled students a plus. TB testing required. CPR/ First Aid, CPI training provided but current certification a plus. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Applications must include: a completed application form, a resume, cover letter and three letters of reference to be considered for employment. Background checks are completed during the hiring process. Hourly wage starts at $12.50/ hour DOE/Q. For more information call NEW BOCES at 307-682-0231 or stop by 410 North Miller Avenue, Gillette. EOE.

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Join Our World Class Team Joy Global / P&H is in search of experienced and qualified people to be part of our team. Joy Global has demonstrated history of providing a stable work environment, competitive wages and an outstanding benefit package!

We have openings for Full-Time employment in the following position:

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Send cover letter and resume to: Joy Global – Surface Mining Division Attention: Earl Byrd – Human Resource 5834 S. Winland Dr. Gillette, WY 82718 307-685-7314 Email: earl.byrd@joyglobal.com Equal Opportunity Employer

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NOW HIRING!! Project Manager. Heavy equipment dealer in Nevada seeking highly motivated individual experienced in the managing of large mining machine maintenance and reliability programs. Individual will be managing a Maintenance And Repair Contract (MARC) on large surface mining machines. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree and/ or minimum of five (5) years factory or dealer management experience (or related field) with a proven track record working in responsible positions in construction or mining industry. Position requires individual to be mechanically inclined and experienced with the ability to read and understand materials commonly used in the product service and maintenance function (service and parts manuals, technical bulletins and other articles). COMPETITIVE WAGES. FULL RANGE OF BENEFITS. Please email resume to: Projectmanager@adclub.com, Dept. 88522..EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace. M/F/D/V. Are you a HVAC Professional looking to relocate? Big Horn Heating and Cooling in peaceful Worland, Wyoming has two positions currently open. We need one Journeyman service tech and one Journeyman Retrofit installer. $20-25 per hour DOE. We are primarily a residential company with some commercial work. Please call 307-347-3438. Laborers needed. Apply at TSI, 510 N. Limestone. Wanted: Experienced oil field pumper. Send resumes to: Handran Production Service, 1800 Shalom Ave., Gillette, WY. 82718. Opening for an experienced floral designer. Apply in person, Laurie’s Flower Hut, Southview Shopping Center. Pizza Hut is now hiring for all positions. Apply in person at either store or online at www.pizzahut.com, ask for Brandy or Mike. Sign tech needed. 686-1927.

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Part time receptionist for salon/ spa. Call 6892611. Part-time down route driver. Requires a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Must be available weekday afternoons and Sunday mornings. Pay $9.50/ hour plus mileage. For more information call 682-9306, ext. 7, or stop by The News Record, 1201 West Second. Edge Construction Supply currently has an opening for inside counter sales. Duties will include: Counter sales, warehouse, rentals, delivery and city wide sales of construction and industrial products. Benefits included. Please fax to 682-8576 or email resume to markschriber@edgecs.com.

Concrete finisher and form setters for Gillette area. Five years experience in finishing flatwork and form setting. Some travel required. Wage $18 to $23 DOE. Fax resume, 307-6861209 or email warmstead@silverlineconstruction.biz. Sales position open, please apply at 208 S. Decker Court or e-mail your resume to abeck@kdiamondhotels.com. SODEXO is now hiring reliable employees with good people skills at Gillette College. Many opportunities available. FOOD SERVICE WORKER I and II (6-2pm 4-8pm), COOK I and II (6-2pm ,1-8:30pm), BANQUET/CATERING STAFF MEMBERS, DISHWASHERS (9-2pm, 5-9pm). Wage: DOE, excellent benefits available, many holidays off. Apply in person with references, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, Tech Ed Center on 4-J Road, Gillette, WY 82718. EOE/M/F/D/V. Wanted: Oilfield vacuum truck driver. Must have CDL and clean driving record. Send resumes to Missouri Buttes Trucking, PO Box 1207, Gillette, WY, 82717.

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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. Seeking full-time and part-time janitorial workers. Please call 1-800-358-7038. MCM TECH. Field based work, climbing/ travel. $18.76 to $22/ hour. To apply online www.unionwireless.com. Surgical Center is looking to hire experienced RN’s and surgical technicians. Full time or part time positions available. If interested, please submit resume and references to Center For Surgical Excellence, 1503 Cressett Street, Gillette, WY 82716.

GILLETTE COLLEGE JOB OPENING. Coordinator/ Instructor, OSHA, Academic Advisor, Coordinator of Campus Life, Gear-Up Site Coordinator (GC or SC), Computer Systems Administrator, Computer Systems and Security Specialist, Welding Instructor, Campus Police Officer, Athletics Assistant (PT). FT Positions include excellent benefits. Please see on-line job postings and application at: https://jobs.sheridan.edu EOE. Hiring supervisors and cleaners with great attitude and reliable transportation. 307-660-8201. hmscleans.com. AMS is hiring scraper/ operators. Must have one year experience and current MSHA. Pay DOE. Call 307-682-4974 or fax resume to 307685-6559.

Crook County Medical Services District

Career Opportunities • Long Term Care Department has openings for C.N.A.’s. High School graduate or GED and current Certification for Nursing Assistant required. Applicants must be reliable team players, self-motivated, and able to work independently. Positions work rotating weekends and holidays. If you would like to make a difference and be part of a positive, professional and energetic group, then Crook County Medical Services District is WHERE YOU WANT TO WORK. Applications are available in the HR and Business Office, PO Box 517, 713 Oak Street, Sundance, WY 82729 or email your resume and cover letter to hr@crookcountymedical.com. 307-283-3501, ext. 343 E.O.E. & Drug Free Workplace

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Hired individual will lead the division globally by expanding our current International Mine customer base. EnviroTech has been in business for over 24 years and has had continued growth and success in the dust control and deicing industry in the US and Canada.

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Are you looking for a full-me posion with a stable Company? Pete Lien & Sons, Inc. Ready Mix is seeking qualified individuals for a Ready Mix Dispatcher/Batch-person in our Gillee Ready Mix Plant. Responsibilies include: batching concrete, cerfying loads, assisng customers, answering phones and coordinang drivers & deliveries. This is a full-me posion. Our employees enjoy immediate eligibility for Health & Dental Insurance with an opportunity to begin parcipang in our 401(k) Plan aer 90 days of employment. Interested applicants should apply in person at: 2631 Echeta Road Gillee, WY (307) 686-0043 www.petelien.com

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Quotations: Positive Thinking You cannot tailor-make the situations in life but you can tailor-make the attitudes to fit those situations. – Zig Ziglar You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else. – Albert Einstein Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. – Ralph Waldo Emerson The day is what you make it! So why not make it a great one? – Steve Schulte See the positive possibilities. Redirect the substantial energy of your frustration and turn it into positive, effective, unstoppable determination. – Ralph Marston The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude. – Oprah Winfrey A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. – Herm Albright Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results. – Willie Nelson

MidCon Compression provides Chesapeake Energy Corporation with natural gas compressor equipment and related services, including compression engineering and optimization, field operations and maintenance, site management and environmental regulation. Ideal candidates should be selfmotivated team players and possess excellent interpersonal skills. Now Scheduling Interviews for:

GAS COMPRESSOR MECHANICS Compressor Mechanics will set, maintain, repair, and operate all makes of gas compressors, and will troubleshoot natural gas engines in proximity to the following areas of Oklahoma: Alva, Waynoka, and Woodward.

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Pumpkin Buttes Trip Saturday, August 10, 2013 The Campbell County Rockpile Museum and the Rockpile Museum Association invite you to join them on a field trip to the Pumpkin Buttes on Saturday, August 10th. The Buttes have a fascinating history and have been the site of Native American camps, Bozeman Trail travelers, expeditions, prospectors, outlaws, and homesteaders. Participants will be able to hike around South Butte and the Ruby Bison Kill Site. Denise Tugman of the Pumpkin Buttes chapter of the Wyoming Archaeological Society will discuss the geology, prehistory, and history of the area. Lunch and transportation to the site are provided. While there is no fee, preregistration is required and space is limited. The bus will leave from the Rockpile Community Center (old Ice Arena) at 8:00 a.m., and will return by 4:30 p.m. Waivers are required of all participants. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. When calling to sign up, participants will be given a list of recommended items to bring on the trip. For more information please call (307) 682-5723, or visit the Museum’s Facebook page or website at www.rockpilemuseum.com. The Campbell County Rockpile Museum is located at 900 W. 2nd Street, Gillette, Wyoming.

• Prefer 2 years of work related experience with modern engines and compressors used in the oil and gas industry or have experience with diesel engines. • Must be willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions. MidCon is an affiliate of Chesapeake, which has been named to the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list for six consecutive years. MidCon offers excellent compensation and benefit packages.

Apply at midconcompression.com/careers. No telephone inquiries please. MidCon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Cameco Resources Cameco Resources, a US uranium mining company utilizing ISR (In-Situ Recovery) mining techniques is currently searching for qualified candidates for the following positions at the Cameco Resources North Butte Project site located in the Pumpkin Buttes area of Wyoming (40 miles southwest of Gillette). Electrician/Instrumentation: Responsible for the installation, repair and maintenance of electrical systems and equipment. Must have a working knowledge of instrumentation and PLC systems with an ability to analyze and repair equipment, motors and system failures. A journeyman license is required. The ideal candidate will have 5 -10 years industrial journey level experience. Satellite Operator: Responsible for the operation of wellfields in production including balancing flows, leak detection and pump maintenance activities. Also perform resin transfers in accordance with established procedures. Position requires 12 hour shifts, rotating days and nights. Must have a high school diploma and a minimum of 1 year of directly related experience. Preference will be given to candidates in possession of a current Commercial Driver’s License. Entry Level Positions: Various entry level positions. All positions require a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Cameco Resources offers an attractive compensation and benefit package, including medical/dental/life insurance, ESOP, vacation, paid holidays, 401K with company match. Pay is commensurate with experience and education. Interested candidates should submit resume online at www.cameco.com/careers


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Double Chocolate Popcorn Balls Yield: 18 balls 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup corn syrup 1/4 cup butter or margarine 2 tablespoons cocoa powder 8 cups freshly popped popcorn 1 cup milk chocolate candies Combine sugar, corn syrup, butter and cocoa in medium saucepan; bring to a boil. Add popcorn, stirring until evenly coated. Remove from heat. Stir in milk chocolate candies. Cool slightly. Shape into 2-inch balls.

Grab and Go Pizza Popcorn Yield: 6 quarts 6 quarts popped popcorn Olive oil cooking spray 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese 2 teaspoons garlic salt 2 teaspoons paprika 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning Place popcorn in a large, sealable plastic container (or in a 2.5-gallon plastic sealable bag). Spray popcorn lightly with cooking spray. Sprinkle cheese, garlic salt, paprika and Italian seasoning over popcorn and shake to distribute evenly. To serve, scoop popcorn into reusable plastic cups.

Perfect Picnic Popcorn Squares Yield: 12 squares 1 cup light corn syrup 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 cup reduced fat peanut butter 8 cups air-popped popcorn 3/4 cup raisins Cooking spray Combine corn syrup, sugar, brown sugar and peanut butter in a large saucepan. Bring to a boil over low heat, stirring constantly; boil 2 to 3 minutes. Remove saucepan from heat. Combine popcorn and raisins in large bowl; pour hot mixture over popcorn and toss carefully with wooden spoons to mix until wellcoated. Spray 9 x 13-inch baking dish with cooking spray; press popcorn mixture into pan and cool completely. Cut into squares and serve.

FAMILY FEATURES

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othing brings people together quite like a neighborhood picnic or family celebration. So, gather up neighbors, friends and family for a celebration of great food and fun. Keep the food simple. Ask everyone to bring a favorite side dish so you only need to grill up the hamburgers and hot dogs. Of course, you’ll also want to whip up a few special treats. What could be better than a popcorn bar? Popcorn is both good and good for you. It’s a whole grain food that is not only low in calories but also makes a great addition to many recipes. Because, sometimes, a sweet indulgence is just what you need. Set out large bowls of popcorn along with shakers of garlic salt, cumin, lemon pepper, dry taco seasoning mix and Parmesan cheese for extra flavor. Add dried fruit, nuts, pretzel sticks, grated cheese and chocolate chips for a makeyour-own trail mix option. Complete the popcorn bar with a few sweet surprises like delicious desserts made with freshly popped corn. For more creative recipes, visit www.popcorn.org. Coconut Monkey Mix

Sweet and Spicy Popcorn Seasoning Mix Yield: about 4 tablespoons seasoning mix 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon ancho chili powder 1 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika 1/4 teaspoon ground coriander 1/8 teaspoon cayenne 4 quarts popped popcorn Cooking spray (helps seasoning adhere to popcorn) Stir spices together in a small bowl. Place popcorn in a serving bowl and spray lightly with cooking spray. Sprinkle about 2 teaspoons (or to taste) of the mix over popcorn and toss to distribute evenly. Store leftover seasoning mix in an airtight container for future use.

Coconut Monkey Mix Yield: 7 cups 1 cup flaked coconut (unsweetened or sweetened) 6 cups popped popcorn 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, melted 1 teaspoon sugar 1/8 teaspoon salt Dash of nutmeg 1 cup dried banana chips Preheat oven to 325°F. Spread coconut in a 9 x 13-inch baking pan, breaking up any clumps as needed. Bake 10 minutes or until edges of coconut begin to brown. Spread popcorn over coconut and sprinkle with melted butter; toss. Sprinkle popcorn mixture with sugar, salt and nutmeg; toss. Bake 5 minutes longer and toss with banana chips. Serve immediately or cool and store in an airtight container.


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Did You Know: Clowns August 1-7 is International Clown Week. â&#x20AC;˘There are four basic clown types: the whiteface, the auguste, the hobo, and the character. â&#x20AC;˘The whiteface clown has the highest rank and often serves as a straight man to other clown types. â&#x20AC;˘Auguste clowns are the ones who receive the pranks: the pie in the face, the squirt of water, or the kick in the pants. â&#x20AC;˘Both hobo and character clowns are based on a speciďŹ c character, and their makeup is less subject to rules than the other two types of clowns. â&#x20AC;˘A group of clowns performing for a particular circus is called a Clown Alley. â&#x20AC;˘In the United States, a clownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s act is called a gag. In Europe, it is called an entrĂŠe. â&#x20AC;˘Clowns were ďŹ rst mentioned in Egypt around 2400 B.C. â&#x20AC;˘A common clown superstition is that blue face paint brings bad luck. â&#x20AC;˘Clowns can register with Clowns International in England. They submit a picture of their face make-up to register their look. The pictures are transferred to eggshells and placed in the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Egg Gallery,â&#x20AC;? serving as a kind of copyright for their make-up designs. â&#x20AC;˘Coulrophobia is the term for a fear of clowns.

Fun with Cryptograms 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 â&#x20AC;&#x153;aâ&#x20AC;? may be changed to an â&#x20AC;&#x153;xâ&#x20AC;? and every â&#x20AC;&#x153;zâ&#x20AC;? may be substituted by an â&#x20AC;&#x153;m.â&#x20AC;? For example: Puzzle: EZRW RW VF GSVTNCG XH V YDLNEXJDVT. Solution: THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A CRYPTOGRAM. Here, every â&#x20AC;&#x153;wâ&#x20AC;? represents the letter â&#x20AC;&#x153;s,â&#x20AC;? every â&#x20AC;&#x153;eâ&#x20AC;? represents the letter â&#x20AC;&#x153;t,â&#x20AC;? 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! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GB GBOE EF SLOXN UOR GBPB EUSITOC UYFLE MPFXPUDETOUETFO UOR ENB GUTEPBDD FJBPNBUPR LD UOR DNB DUTR, â&#x20AC;&#x153;T NUJB U MPFYSBQ GTEN MPFXPUDETOUETFO, EFF.â&#x20AC;? T DUTR, â&#x20AC;&#x153;PBUSSZ? CBE QZ DUORGTXN.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; BSSBO RBCBOBPBD Hint: L=U -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Solution: We went to lunch and were talking about procrastination and the waitress overheard us and she said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have a problem with procrastination, too.â&#x20AC;? I said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Really? Get my sandwich.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ellen Degeneres

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Gillette Advertiser Weather Report Gillette's Five Day Day Forecast

Wednesday

Thursday

Mostly Sunny 82 / 56

Mostly Sunny 80 / 56

Friday

Saturday

Isolated T-storms Isolated T-storms 79 / 57 83 / 58

Sunday Mostly Sunny 84 / 60

Last Weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Almanac & Growing Degree Days Date 7/29 7/30 7/31 8/1 8/2 8/3 8/4

High 76 82 84 88 84 83 86

Low 53 56 52 60 58 59 59

Normals 86/55 86/55 86/55 86/55 86/55 86/55 86/55

Precip 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.23" 0.28" 0.00" 0.01"

Farmer's Growing Degree Days Date Degree Days Date Degree Days 7/29 14 8/2 21 7/30 19 8/3 21 7/31 18 8/4 22 8/1 24 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 11:28-1:28 11:58-1:58 Thu 12:42-2:42 12:12-2:12 Fri 1:27-3:27 12:57-2:57 Sat 2:13-4:13 1:43-3:43

Day Sun Mon Tue

Peak Times AM PM 3:00-5:00 2:30-4:30 3:49-5:49 3:19-5:19 4:41-6:41 4:11-6:11

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Sun/Moon Chart First 8/14

Full 8/20

Day Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue

Sunrise 5:57 a.m. 5:58 a.m. 5:59 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 6:02 a.m. 6:03 a.m. 6:04 a.m.

Sunset 8:17 p.m. 8:16 p.m. 8:14 p.m. 8:13 p.m. 8:12 p.m. 8:10 p.m. 8:09 p.m.

Moonrise Moonset 6:52 a.m. 8:22 p.m. 7:54 a.m. 8:49 p.m. 8:56 a.m. 9:17 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 9:45 p.m. 11:05 a.m. 10:15 p.m. 12:11 p.m. 10:49 p.m. 1:18 p.m. 11:28 p.m.

Today's Local UV Index

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Last 8/28

StarWatch By Gary Becker - Picnic with the Perseids

Peppery Cheese Bread Prep: 10 min. + rising Bake: 45 min. Yield: 16 servings 1 package (1/4 ounce) active about 1 hour. Bake at 350° for dry yeast 35-40 minutes. Cool for 10 min1/4 cup warm water utes before removing from pan (110° to 115°) to a wire rack. Yield: 1 loaf. 1 cup (8 ounces) sour cream 1 egg, beaten 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2-1/3 to 2-1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup (4 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese 1/2 teaspoon pepper

Dissolve yeast in water. Add the sour cream, egg, sugar, salt and 2/3 cup flour; beat until smooth. Stir in enough remaining flour to form a soft dough (dough will be sticky). Fold in cheese and pepper. Do not knead. Divide in half. Place in a greased 8-in. x 4-in. loaf pan. Cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled,

Nutritional Facts 1 serving (1 slice) equals 134 calories, 5 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 31 mg cholesterol, 202 mg sodium, 16 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein. Originally published as Peppery Cheese Bread in Taste of Home April/ May 1995, p45

This is the best weekend of the year for people to gather for a picnic, and then to spend a few quality hours looking at the heavens. It is Perseid party time, and those bright streaks of light created by the dusty dross of Comet Swift-Tuttle sweeping into Earthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s atmosphere are sure to bring delight to anyone who cares to look into the night sky. The two best days for viewing occur on the mornings of August 12 and 13, a Monday and a Tuesday, when suburban rates before dawn could top 30 meteors per hour; but there will still be plenty of good observing on the weekend prior to the peak times. Just donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe the exaggerated hype of the media predicting rates of 100 meteors per hour. In suburban locales, a day or two before maximum, respectable rates are 10 meteors per hour before midnight and a little higher thereafter. One positive aspect of observing the Perseids before maximum is that they tend to appear somewhat brighter. Like all meteors which orbit the sun in an organized pack, they will DSSHDUWRGLYHUJHIURPDUDGLDQWDVSHFLĂ&#x20AC;FDUHDRIWKHVN\PDNLQJWKHLULGHQWLĂ&#x20AC;FDWLRQDVQDS%HJLQ\RXUVWDUSDUW\DURXQG 10 p.m. with lawn chairs facing towards the NW. Since the sky is normally darkest at the zenith, lay back and look overhead. Perseid meteors will seem to diverge upward from the NE. They will be swift, and some of them will leave luminescent glows that will persist for an instant to many seconds. As the night progresses, face your chairs more to the east, but keep looking overhead. Most of the meteors will still appear to radiate upward, but youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll also begin to catch Perseids glinting below the radiant point which will help to increase numbers. In the predawn hour, weekend rates could top as many as 20 meteors as the radiant reaches skyward toward the zenith. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry about the moon; it sets before midnight through maximum night. Good eating and good observing! www.astronomy.org

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