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

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Published Weekly – Vol. 37, No. 41 – Oct. 9-15, 2013 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com

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Gillette Advertiser Weather Report

AUTOMOBILES

Gillette's Five Day Forecast

1999 Buick Regal LS, 119K miles, $3,250. 1994 Chevy Lumina van, sharp, $1,675. 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix, four door, $2,150. Trades considered. 307-682-7622. Nissan Cube 2009 wagon six-cylinder, front wheel drive. Purple black/grey, excellent condition, power windows, AM/FM/CD player, dual/ side airbags. Keyless entry, power locks, tilt steering, alloy wheels, low mileage, 14K $15,500/OBO 307-660-0111 AFTER 4PM. We buy junk cars. Towing available. Manning’s Salvage. 307-685-6968. Auto insurance preferred and SR-22’s. Call Elizabeth Jones Agency, 307-682-6520.

17� Dodge aluminum rims and tires, $100. 605-366-2893.

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Partly Cloudy 59 / 38

Partly Cloudy 55 / 38

Scat'd Rain 47 / 32

Mostly Sunny 47 / 31

Mostly Sunny 48 / 34

Last Week’s Almanac & Growing Degree Days Date 9/30 10/1 10/2 10/3 10/4 10/5 10/6

High 76 71 58 46 32 39 48

Low 40 33 40 32 28 23 33

Normals 66/38 66/38 65/37 65/37 64/37 64/37 64/36

Precip 0.02" 0.00" 0.01" 1.06" 0.67" 0.00" 0.00"

Farmer's Growing Degree Days Date Degree Days Date Degree Days 9/30 8 10/4 0 10/1 2 10/5 0 10/2 0 10/6 0 10/3 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 Day Wed Thu Fri Sat

Peak Times Day AM PM Sun 7:07-9:07 6:37-8:37 Mon 7:59-9:59 7:29-9:29 Tue 8:49-10:49 8:19-10:19

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Sun/Moon Chart First 10/11

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This Month in History October 6 - 1866 - Brothers John and Simeon Reno carried out the ďŹ rst train robbery in America, making off with $13,000 from an Ohio and Mississippi railroad train in Jackson County, Indiana. 1876 - The American Library Association was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1927 - The ďŹ rst “talkingâ€? motion picture, “The Jazz Singer,â€? opened in New York. 1961 - President John F. Kennedy advised American families to build bomb shelters to protect them from atomic fallout in the event of a nuclear exchange with the Soviet Union. 1974 - Monty Python’s Flying Circus ďŹ rst aired in the U.S. 1981 - Egyptian president and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Anwar el-Sadat was assassinated in Cairo while reviewing a military parade. October 7 - 1765 - The Stamp Act Congress convened in New York City to protest the British Stamp Act. 1896 - Dow Jones began reporting an average of the prices of twelve industrial stocks in the “Wall Street Journal.â€? 1913 - Henry Ford’s entire automobile factory in Highland Park, Michigan, is run on a continuously moving assembly line for the ďŹ rst time. 1968 - The movie industry adopted a ďŹ lm ratings system for the ďŹ rst time. 1982 - “Cats,â€? the longest-running Broadway show in history, opened in New York City. 2003 - Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor of California. October 8 - 1871 - The Great Fire of Chicago was started when Mrs. O’Leary’s cow kicked over a lantern in her barn, eventually leveling 3.5 square miles, destroying 17,450 buildings, and leaving 98,500 people homeless and 250 people dead. 1871 - One of history’s most disastrous forest ďŹ res started in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, the same day of the Great Chicago Fire, burning across six counties and killing more than 1,100 people. 1938 - The “Saturday Evening Postâ€? published an issue with a self-portrait by Norman Rockwell. 1967 - Marxist revolutionary “Cheâ€? Guevara was defeated in a skirmish with the Bolivian army, leading to his capture and execution the following day. 1998 - The U.S. House of Representatives voted to begin the impeachment process against President Bill Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. October 9 - 1876 - The ďŹ rst two-way telephone conversation took place. 1936 - Located on the Colorado River, Hoover Dam began transmitting electricity to Los Angeles. 1940 - John Lennon was born in Liverpool, England. 1940 - During a heavy nighttime air raid of London by German forces, the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral was hit by a bomb, destroying the high altar. 1967 - Marxist revolutionary “Cheâ€? Guevara was executed in Bolivia. October 10 - 732 - Frankish leader Charles Martel defeated a large army of Spanish Moors at the Battle of Tours, stopping the Muslim advance into Western Europe. 1795 - The United States Mint hired its ďŹ rst two female employees. 1845 - The U.S. Naval Academy was founded as a college to train ofďŹ cers for the Navy in Annapolis, Maryland. 1900 - Actress Helen Hayes was born in Washington, D.C. 1901 - Henry Ford raced one of his automobiles for the only time in Grosse Point, Michigan. 1962 - The half-hour variety series, “The Bob Newhart Show,â€? premiered. 1973 - Spiro Agnew became the second person to resign from the ofďŹ ce of vice president of the U.S.

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StarWatch By Gary Becker - Venus and the Moon Together Again In astronomy it can be honestly said that what goes around almost always comes back around. The sky is full of repeating patterns, and early sky watchers mastered these designs and brought order to the heavens as well as to the Earth in the form of calendars and other timekeeping devices. They regulated DJULFXOWXUHJRYHUQPHQWDQGUHOLJLRQ2Q2FWREHUDFRQĂ€JXUDWLRQUHSHDWVD6HSWHPEHUGHVLJQWKDW was well observed around the world. Both the moon and Venus will again share the spotlight in the darkening evening sky. The moon revolves eastward around the Earth in a period of 27.3 days. While that is happening, the Earth continues trekking around the sun, causing the sun and Venus to move in an eastward direction among the background VWDUV:KHQWKHPRRQĂ€QDOO\FRPSOHWHVLWVRUELWDURXQGWKH(DUWKLWKDVDOLWWOHFDWFKLQJXSWRGRQRWTXLWHWKUHHGD\V¡ ZRUWK LQ RUGHU IRU WKH FRQĂ€JXUDWLRQ WR UHSHDW LWVHOI7KLV WLPH ZKHQ WKH PRRQ SDVVHV9HQXV RQ 2FWREHU  LW ZLOO EH SRVLWLRQHGDERYHWKH*RGGHVVRI/RYHEHFDXVHWKHPRRQ¡VWUDFNLVWLOWHGDERXWHLJKWGHJUHHVWRWKHRUELWDOSDWKRI9HQXV The conjunction of Venus and the moon on the 8th will not be nearly as close as it was last month, but it will still be a very beautiful apparition. Be at your observing location with a good SW horizon about 30 minutes after sundown. The 18 percent OLWZD[LQJFUHVFHQWPRRQVKRXOGEHDQHDV\WDUJHW/RRNXQGHUQHDWKWKHPRRQDQGHYHUVRVOLJKWO\WRLWVULJKWWRĂ€QGVWDUOLNH 9HQXV%LQRFXODUVZLOODOZD\VPDNHWKHYLHZLQJH[SHULHQFHPRUHHQMR\DEOHEXWWKH\ZLOOQRWEHDQHFHVVDU\UHTXLUHPHQW IRUWKLVVXSHUEULJKWSDLUWREHVHHQ&KHFNWKHVN\RQ2FWREHUDQG\RX¡OOVHH/XQDDSSURDFKLQJ9HQXV2Q1RYHPEHU December 5, and January 2, about 30 minutes after sundown, the cycle repeats itself, but Venus and the moon will be slightly farther apart. Next week, a lunar eclipse comes to the East Coast. www.astronomy.org

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FOUR WHEEL DRIVES

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1992 Chevy Silverado 2500, 454 engine, four speed and overdrive, $2,500. 307-680-0825, 307-682-7389. 1998 Chevy Blazer, runs good, $3,350. 1990 Ford F250, extended cab, good tires, runs good, $1,950. 1996 Explorer, Eddie Bauer, $1,875. Consider trades. 307-682-7622. 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD, 75,000 miles, no smoke, leather, Bose speakers, 4x4, tow package, grill guard, $15,500/ OBO. 307-660-5610. 2009 Ford F350, 4x4, leather, $29,000. 686-2141.

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CAMPERS, MOTORHOMES

1978 26’ Coachmen fifth wheel camper. New tires, $2,500/ OBO. 682-7456, 660-3148. 2003 36’ All American Sport 5th wheel toy hauler, $15,500. 687-1610.

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ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

2012 Polaris Razor S, used twice. $13,850, with trailer. 689-1734.

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Nationwide parts locating. Best prices. Transmissions, transfers, axles, more. Used/ rebuilts. Installations available. 660-3738. Buying junk batteries. 660-3738. Remanufactured automotive carburetors, 30 years experience, special guarantees. 307567-2012.

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

HOMES (LOCAL)

FSBO: Sutherland Estates Nice three bedroom, three bath ranch style home (one bedroom is not code) $229,900. Call or text 6808422. Country living by city limits. Four plus bedrooms, three baths, two large shops, on five acres. Horses are allowed. Call 660-9924. Sage Valley, four bedroom, three bath, two car. Stone entry, theater room, close to schools, $259,900. 308-760-1667.

MOTORCYCLES

2008 Harley Road King, 103 Stage 2. Lots of extras. $14,000. 689-1734.

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Set of four Blizzak tires on GM rims. 245/65R17, $1,000. Please call 307-682-0964.

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2005 Wildcat fifth-wheel, 32’, one slide, bunks, $17,950/ OBO. Call Bryan at Campco, 682-6105.

PARTS & ACCESSORIES

FIRST TIME BUYERS! You could buy a two or three bedroom home with payments starting at $900 per month! Call NOW to get into the home of your dreams! 307-6808251 Rory Blankenship www.HarryKimbrough.com RE/MAX Professionals.

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BOATS

14’ John boat and trailer. And trolling motor, $500. 307-689-2396.

LOG HOME AND CABIN PACKAGES 24’ x 32’ for only $16,800! Many styles and sizes.

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HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

Totally refurbished home in Upton, three bedroom, two bath. Must see. Will consider a mobile home for partial trade. Call 660-9924.

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL)

1981 Marshfield 14x70. All appliances, with 8x12 wooden shed. 6708003, 680-5326. Must be moved: 1971 Chickasha, 14x80 with addition, fair condition, three bedroom, one bath. Call 680-8542, 680-7885 or 682-1885. Just on the market, 14x65 Rushmore mobile home. Three bedroom, one bath, with 8x8 shed. Owner will finance with good down. Call Jim at 307-680-8542, Carol 307-680-7885 or the office 307-682-1885. Newer mobile homes for sale. Excellent condition, priced to sell! 307-680-0854. 16x80 three bedroom set up. $22,000. Call 307-680-0854.

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LOTS, ACREAGES

1/4 acre lot for sale. 5’ chain link fence, four hook-ups for RV, phone, TV, Internet, sewer, water and electric. Two large cement slabs for big RV’s, two small sites. 8’x10’ shed with washer hook-up, 50 gallon hot water heater. Located in Beaver Dam, Arizona. 307-6823179. 40 acres S. of Wright, rural acreage, town water, subdivision opportunity, zoned residential/ commercial, utilities available. 307-2991799. Ten acres close to town, easy access. SELLER MUST SELL. Call Chad with Prudential Preferred Properties at 307-3315569.

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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

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Commercial lots for sale, $4.25 / sq ft 2700 Oakcrest Drive. 307-686-7445.

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RENTAL HOMES

Roommate needed to share very nice six bedroom home with two gentlemen, $475/ month. Heat, water, sewer, garbage included. Located on working ranch 10 miles north of Gillette. Call 303-717-3586. Please leave message. ATTENTION RENTERS! You could buy a two or three bedroom home with payments starting at $900 per month! Call NOW to get into the home of your dreams! 307-6808251 Rory Blankenship www.HarryKimbrough.com RE/MAX Professionals. Completely remodeled, three bedroom, two bath, 2,100 sq. ft., Indian Hills unit, NO PETS, $1,750 plus utilities. 660-1964. 2,000 sq. ft. - three bedroom, two bath, one acre lot surrounded by trees. All new flooring, $1,150/ month. Jerry, 307-660-6235. Three bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, two car garage. Newer, very clean. No smoking, no pets, $1,300 plus deposit. 605-431-9202. Three bedroom, large garage, nice fenced yard. Will rent with or without 36x40 shop. 4058 E. Boxelder, $1,275. 682-3229. Cute as a button! One bedroom home on working ranch, 10 miles north on Hwy. 59. Call 303-717-3586. Four bedroom, two bath home, $1,500/ month. Agent owned. 307-349-2018. Three bedroom home, two baths, office, large two car garage. No pets or smoking. Sherry Okray, ERA Boardwalk Real Estate, broker owned, 680-7130.


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A-1 TOOLS & TRAILER ABSOLUTE

AUCTION

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 • 10 A.M. OILFIELD COURT ~ GILLETTE, WYOMING 82718 DIRECTIONS: FROM HWY. 59 TURN SOUTH ON SOUTHERN DR., GO .3 MILES TURN SOUTH AT AIRGAS ON MAGNUSON BLVD., GO .3 MILES TO DIRT RD. AND TURN WEST AT THE T, FOLLOW TH DIRT RD. AROUND TO THE SOUTH TO OILFIELD CT., FOLLOW OILFIED CT. TO A-1 DRILLING YARD AND SIGHT OF AUCTION, WATCH FOR SIGNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: THIS WILL BE A COMPLETE LIQUIDATION OF A-1 DRILLING'S TOOLS AND LISTED TRAILERS, FORKLIFT WIL BE ON SITE FOR LOADING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, THE REST OF A-1'S EQUIPMENT WILL BE LISTED THROUGH BIG IRON, STOP BY FOR THE AUCTION AND TO VIEW LARGER ITEMS THROUGH BIG IRON, A BIG IRON REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE ON SITE. TRAILERS SELL @ 12:00 P.M.: 20 FT WESTERN PRO CONTRACTOR GOOSENECK, TANDEM AXLE/ 25 FT GOOSENECK STEEL FLATBED TANDEM AXLE DUALLY / 18 FT BUMPER PULL W/PINDLE HITCH FLATBED TANDEM AXLE DUALLY / TANDEM AXLE BUMPER PULL TOOL TRAILER TOOLS & SHOP EQUIPMENT: 1600 PSI PRESSURE WASHER BY ADVANCED CLEANING SYSTEMS (1208 HRS) STATIONARY WITH SOAP & WAX / 3 PORTABLE HOT WATER PRESSURE WASHERS / (2) BANDERS / NAPA AIR COMPRESSOR 15HP, 175 PSI 2 STAGE / 16 SPD INDUSTRIAL DRILL PRESS BY CENTRAL MACHINERY / 6HP BLACK MAX COLEMAN POWERMATE VERTICAL AIR COMPRESSOR / CRAFTSMAN 10" RADIAL ARM SAW / DYNA-GLO PRO SALAMANDER HEATER / LINCOLN ELECTRIC LN-25 WIREFEED / CD-312 STUD WELDER / LINCOLN ELECTRIC PRO CUT 55 PLASMA CUTTER / PAIR OF STEEL BUCKET FORKS / MO PE CO. VENTILATOR HEATER / JOHN DEERE 215 G 1" PUMP / (7) HONDA 5.5 HP PUMP 3"X4" / WAYNE 3/4 HP SHALLOW WELL JET PUMP / JET 8" BENCH GRINDER / WOOD WORK BENCHES / A FRAME WHEELED GANTRY / PARTS WASHER / LG. ASST. OF CHAINS / CLEVISES / HESTER 2 TON HOIST / HARRINGTON 2 TON HOIST / MILLER MIGHTY LITE SELF RETRACTING LIFELINE / DOLLY / CHAULK BLOCKS / RAKES, SHOVELS, TAMPING BARS, POST POUNDERS, PICKS, BROOMS, PRY BARS / 3 TOP & BOTTOM TOOL BOXES / BOTTOM TOOL BOX / LG. & SMALL TOOL BOXES / HAMMERS, MALLETS, BALL PEINS, CROSS PEINS / BOLT CUTTERS / LG. ASST. OF 24" CRESCENT WRENCHES (PITTSBURGH, NAPA, PROTO) / HAMMER WRENCHES / 6 PR OF JACK STANDS / MISC. HAND TOOLS, PUDDY KNIVES, SCREW DRIVERS, PLIERS, TIN SNIPS, NEEDLE NOSE, VISE GRIPS / GASKET PUNCHES / (7) 3/4" SOCKET SETS 7/8" TO 2" / (NEW) CUMMINS 3/4" SOCKET SET 7/8" TO 2" / LG. ASST. OF MISC. 3/4" SOCKETS TO 2 3/8" / LG. ASST. OF 3/8" & 1/2" SOCKETS / GP 1" DRIVE SOCKETS UP TO 2" / LG. ASST. OF SAE & METRIC WRENCH SETS UP TO 2" / BREAKER BARS / SOCKET EXTENSIONS / DEEP SOCKETS / FILTER WRENCHES / CUMMINS & CP 1" AIR IMPACTS / STRETCHERS / (8) WEED BURNERS / SWEDGES / LG. ASST. OF STEEL CASE FIRST AID KITS / MARKING TAPE, CAUTION TAPE, ELECTRICAL TAPE / 100 FT TAPE MEASURES / LG. ASST. OF 1.5 FT TO 5 FT CHAIN WRENCHES / AIR TOOLS / 7" DEWALT GRINDERS / AIR CHISELS / OXY/ACETYLENE HOSES / ZIP TIES / ELECTRICAL WIRE / (3) HANDYMAN JACKS / 10 TON FLOOR JACK / 2.5 TON NAPA FLOOR JACK / 5 TON FLOOR JACK (DON'T WORK) / 1100 LB TRANSMISSION JACK / 6 TON TO 20 TON BOTTLE JACKS / TRAILER HOUSE JACKS / LG. ASST. OF 1 FT TO 4 FT PIPE WRENCHES / THREADED STEEL / LG. ASST. OF STEEL NUT & BOLT BINS / HOSE CLAMPS / HANDMADE ANVIL ON STAND / CHAIN VISE ON STAND / TRIPOD CHAIN VISE ON STAND / SMALL BENCH VISE ON STAND / LG. ASST OF SAFETY HARNESSES / WORK STATION LIGHTS / HOSE REEL CREEPERS / LG. ASST. OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS / GAS CANS / JERRY CANS / FIRE BLANKETS / FIRST AID BLANKETS / PALLET OF ROAD SAFETY TRIANGLES / OXY/ACETYLENE TORCHES / VENTILATED SPEED GLASS WELDING HELMET / LG. ASST. OF GRINDING WHEELS, BRUSH WHEELS / WELDING HELMETS / WELDING ROD / BOOMERS / COME-ALONGS / EXTENSION CORDS / GREASE GUNS / HAMMER DRILLS / (NEW) 20 TON BOTTLE JACKS / TAP & DIE SETS / HANDMADE CHARCOAL BBQ GRILLS / SMALL & LG. STEEL RACKS / MISC. STEEL / SM. & LG. TIRE RACKS / LG. ASST. OF TIRES 13" TO 18" / LG. ASST. OF LARGE TRUCK TIRES 20" TO 24.5" TIRES / GAS TANKS / 97) 100 GAL L-SHAPED TRUCK FUEL TANKS / MISC. FUEL TANKS / MISC. TRUCK TOOL BOXES / 55 GAL DRUMS, PAINTS, LUBRICANTS, KOOLER KLEEN, SPRAY ADHESIVE / MOTORS / FITTINGS / T-POSTS / BARB-WIRE / SHINGLES / CABLE / ELECTRICAL BOXES / WHEELS / LUBE BUCKETS / CHEMICAL TANK W/CAGE / BATTERIES / BUGGY WHIPS / LG. ASST. OF BALDWIN OIL FILTERS / MISC. AUTO LIGHTS / LG. ASST OF INDUSTRIAL AIR FILTERS / REFLECTOR CONES / CUPBOARDS / DESKS / FILING CABINETS / LG. ASST. OF TOOL & EQUIPMENT SVC. MANUALS / REFRIDGERATOR / WALL LOCKERS / BROTHER PRINTER / EMERSON MICROWAVE / SHARP MICROWAVE

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT JUSTIN 682.2292 or 660.2292 TERMS: Cash or Check with picture ID. All items sold as is - where is - not responsible for accidents or theft. Announcements made the day of the auction, take precedence over all printed materials. Sales Tax collected. Lunch Available.

FOR A FULL LISTING, GO TO AUCTIONZIP.COM - ID #27765

BIESHEUVEL AUCTION & APPRAISAL Sale Conducted By:

Auctioneer: Justin Biesheuvel

307.682.2292 or 307.660.2292


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PERCIFIELD CONSTRUCTION

AUCTION

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013 • 10:00 AM HOMESTEAD LANE • GILLETTE, WYOMING 82716

DIRECTIONS: FROM I-90 TAKE GARNER LAKE ROAD, EXIT 129, TURN NORTH ON GARNER LAKE ROAD 1.5 MILES TO HILLTOP DR. TO HOMESTEAD LANE, WATCH FOR SIGNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: DONNY HAS DECIDED TO DOWNSIZE AND LIQUIDATE YEARS WORTH OF TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, DO NOT MISS THIS SALE WHETHER YOU’RE A CONTRACTOR OR A HOBBYIST, DONNY HAS ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF CARPENTRY TOOLS, SPECIALTY TOOLS AND SUPPLIES I HAVE SEEN COME TO AUCTION, ALOT OF THEM NEW IN THE BOX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EQUIPMENT: BOBCAT S175 SKID STEER (2375 HRS) / 18FT DOUBLE AXLE FLATBED BUMPER PULL TRAILER / HYDRAULIC SKIDSTEER ATTACHMENT CONCRETE BREAKER / ALKOTA HOT WATER PRESSURE WASHER / CRAFTSMAN 19.5 HP, TURBO COOLED, 6 SPEED , 42" CUT RIDING MOWER / LINCOLN 110 WIREFEED / ARC WELDER W/CART & BOTTLE / CORE CUT WALK BEHIND CEMENT CUTTER (1 FOR PARTS) / 4000 GENERATOR / 36" & 48" POWER TROWEL / (NEW) VIBRATORY SCREED HEAD ASSEMBLY / BASEMENT SUPPORT JACKS / LG. ASST OF 30 TON BOTTLE JACKS / (NEW) 3" TRASH PUMP / (2) LIGHT PLANTS (1 FOR PARTS) / CUSTOM MADE STEEL HOUSE JACKS / (NEW) SPRAY TECH DOUBLE STROKE APEX SERIES PAINT SPRAYER / GRACO 18V LITHIUM PAINT GUN / GRACO RTX 1000 TEXTURE SPRAYER / WACKER COMPACTORS / TOP & BOTTOM TOOL BOXES / SNAP-ON TOP & BOTTOM TOOL BOX / CEMENT STAMPS / LB-100 LASER BEACON, LASER ALIGNMENT LEVEL / (1) LG. & (1) SMALLER OXY/ACETYLENE BOTTLES, TORCHES & CARTS (OWNED) / FURNACE / (2) COMMERCIAL GRADE DUAL TANK COMPRESSORS / 5HP CHIPPER/SHREDDER CUB CADET / TOOLS & SUPPLIES: MK-660 TILE SAW / HAND OPER WET TILE SAW / LG. ASST OF ELECTRIC & BATTERY OPERATED POWER TOOLS, MILWAUKEE, RIDGID, DEWALT / PLANERS / JOINTERS / BAND SAWS / METAL SHEARS / SAWZALL'S / RECIPROCATING SAWS / CIRCULAR SAWS / JIG SAWS / TEC SCREW GUNS / DRILLS / HAMMER DRILLS / ANGLE DRILLS / STAPLERS / ROUTERS / HEAT GUNS / JAMB SAWS / BISCUIT JOINTERS / TOE KICK SAW / ANGLE GRINDERS / CORDLESS REBAR TIERS / MAKITA 10" SLIDE COMPOUND MITRE / DEWALT & MILWAUKEE COMPOUND MITRE SAWS / PANASONIC METAL CUTTING SAW / 8" MILWAUKEE METAL SAW / (NEW) PASLODE GAS NAILER & FRAMING NAILER / (NEW) SENCO COIL SCREW W/DRY WALL ROUTER / DEEP THROAT BAND SAW / RAMSETS / LG. AIR GREASE GUN / LG. ASST. OF RIDGID & BOSTITCH NAILERS / HAWK ROTO HAMMER / PORTER CABLE PLUNGE ROUTER / ( NEW) DELTA SCROLL SAW / ACE 6" BENCH ON STAND / BENCH VISE ON STAND / ROCKFORD DRILL PRESS / SANDBLAST CABINET / HITACHI CHOP SAW / CUMMINS BENCH VISE / (NEW) HUSKY 2 GAL AIR COMP / NAPA BATTERY CHARGER / (4 NEW) COMPLIANCE IN A CAN SAFETY HARNESS / 3/8",1/2",3/4" SOCKETS / 24" CRESCENT WRENCHES / WRENCHES UP TO 2" / 36" PIPE WRENCHES / LG. ASST. LEVELS / TRANSIT TRIPODS / ALLEN WRENCH SETS / TAP & DIE SETS / SCREW EXTRACTORS / LG. ASST. OF BITS / LG. CCLAMPS / NEW PIPE THREADER, CUTTER SET / 3/4" SOCKET SET / LG. ASST. OF QUICK CLAMP WOODCLAMPS / ADJUSTABLE DRY WALL PLANKS / EXTENDABLE DRY WALL SCAFFOLDING / LG. ASST. OF 4', 6', 8', 10' LADDERS & 12' ALUMINUM EXTENSION LADDERS / 8 SETS OF BIL-JAX SCAFFOLDING & PLATFORM SECTIONS / SCAFFOLDING / ALUMINUM SCAFFOLDING SECTIONS / HD SCAFFOLDING CASTERS / SHEET ROCK JACK / SHEET ROCK STILTS / TROJAN ROLLER STANDS / BORING JIG SET / HINGE JIGS / FORSTNER BITS / LOCK SET INSTALLATION KITS / LG. ASST. OF PENCIL ROD CLAMPS / MR. HEATER & REDDY HEATER PROPANE HEATERS / DIESEL SALAMANDER HEATER / STIHL CHAIN SAW / LG. ASST. OF SHOVELS, RAKES, PICKS, AXES, SNOW SHOVELS, BROOMS, RAKES, POST HOLE DIGGERS / POST POUNDERS / EXTENSION PRUNERS & SAWS / WHEEL BARROWS / AIR HOSE / OXY/ACETYLENE HOSE / FUEL PUMPS / 20LB & 60LB PROPANE BOTTLES / TIRE CHAINS / LG. ASST. OF CHAINS / LG. WATER TANK / DRIP FUEL TANK / LG. ASST. OF ELECTRICAL CORDS / HOODS / MILLER AUTO DARKENING WELDING HELMET / LG. ASST. OF JUMPER CABLES / (3) NEW SETS OF 20FT 4 GUAGE JUMPER CABLES SUPPLIES: LG. ASST. OF BULK SCREWS & NAILS / (NEW) VALVE BODIES, FAUCETS / (NEW) VINYL SIDING / TREX BALASTER KIT FOR COMPOSITE HAND RAIL / LG. ASST. OF PVC JOINTS & FITTINGS 3/4" UP TO 4" / LG. ASST. OF 10" TO 14" SAW BLADES, STEEL, CONCRETE, WOOD, SOFT CUT BLADE, TILE CARBIDE TIPPED / LG. ASST. OF ELECTRICAL BOXES / BRASS FITTINGS / NUTS & BOLTS / FITTINGS / O RING KITS / TAPE / OFFICE: (3) DESKS / FILE CABINETS / 10 CABINETS / FLOOR FANS / ELECTRIC RANGE / FOLDING CHAIRS / BRUTE INDUSTRIAL MOP BUCKET / 5 LIFETIME PLASTIC TABLES / (NEW) STEEL CASE CONTRACTORS FIRST AID KITS / HORSESHOEING TOOLS: 125LB ATLAS MULTI PRODUCTS ANVIL & STAND / SHOEING APRON/ DRIVING HAMMER/ CREASE NAIL PULLERS / SHOE SPREADERS / NIPPERS / PULLOFFS / HOOF GUAGE / RASPS / CLINCHERS / CLIPPERS / HALTERS

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT JUSTIN 682.2292 or 660.2292 TERMS: Cash or Check with picture ID. All items sold as is - where is - not responsible for accidents or theft. Announcements made the day of the auction, take precedence over all printed materials. Sales Tax collected. Lunch Available.

FOR A FULL LISTING, GO TO AUCTIONZIP.COM - ID #27765

BIESHEUVEL AUCTION & APPRAISAL Sale Conducted By:

Auctioneer: Justin Biesheuvel

307.682.2292 or 307.660.2292

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Available immediately. Duplex in Sundog, three bedroom, 1.5 bath, one car garage. $900 rent. References required..660-4314.

Three bedroom, has addition and storage shed. Call Jim 307-680-8542, Carol, 307-6807885 or office, 307-682-1885.

Four bedroom, three bath on 20 acres. Shop/ barn. $2,500/ month. Call 307-331-8527.

Two and three bedroom for rent. 307-680-2536 or 680-0854. Three bedroom, two bath, shed, yard, newly remodeled. Two bedroom, one bath singlewide, yard, swamp cooler, custom remodeled. One year lease. No pets, no smoking. 307-689-0100.

Executive rental: Four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, two car garage, minutes from schools and medical area. Granite tops, hardwood flooring, gas fireplace. $2,500 per month 680-9227. Two bedroom, one bath house, downtown. Washer/ dryer, $750/ month. 307-696-9726.

Three bedroom trailer. For information call 660-5210.

Newly remodeled three bedroom, two bath home located in beautiful wooded area 15 miles north of Gillette, $1,800/ month, utilities included. Call 303-717-3586. Please leave message.

Two bedroom duplex, washer/ dryer, deck on back. Cable and utilities paid. Some pets welcome. Call 307-680-8542, 307-680-7885 or 307-682-1885. Clean, freshly painted, three bedroom, two bath, beautiful lot, large shed. $1,000/ month plus utilities. References required. No pets. Contact Joan or Scott. 608-412-3064 or 307682-3434.

Three bedroom, two bath, 1,500-sq.ft. house on 21 fenced acres. Good pasture. $1,250/ month, $1,250/ deposit. 687-1474. Pine Haven rental, four bedroom, two bath, two car detached garage with lots of storage. Pets okay. Call 307-299-9574.

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Two bedroom, one bath large home, walk-in closet. Includes washer and dryer. $950, includes utilities. Everything negotiable. 307622-3762. Remodeled, one level, three bedroom, one bath, fenced yard, pet negotiable, $1,150 plus utilities. 660-1964.

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. Excellent location, two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, $650 plus utilities. No pets. 307-299-2005.

Two bedroom, one bath, upstairs of older home. $700/ month. All utilities included. No pets. 307-680-1604.

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Arvada Mobile Home Park has trailers available for rent. Call Keith, 307-736-2386. Two bedroom mobile home.in Moorcroft. Pets okay. 605-545-1833.

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Large two bedroom, one bath, AC, no pets, offstreet parking, $600/ month, $600/ deposit. 687-1474. Two bedroom duplex with garage in quiet neighborhood. 680-9043. Three bedroom four-plex. Washer/ dryer on site. Dishwasher, fireplace, $775/ month, $775/ deposit. RV parking. No smoking. Pets considered. 689-3664 or 682-7827. 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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Several two bedroom, one bath apartments for rent. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. at 307-682-0964 for more details.

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One bedroom apartment, $400 plus utilities. Two bedroom, $600/ month plus utilities. No pets. Ask about our move in special. Call 660-9035. Two bedroom, one bath, garage, washer/ dryer, $675/ month plus utilities. No pets. Call Pat Avery Real Estate, 660-2475. One bedroom, utilities paid, $600/ month. 307756-2431.

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In looking for that mysterious “sixth” sense in humans, where might be a good place to swing into action?

Try bar gymnastics, says Vincent Mallette in “The Science of the Summer Games.” Consider a female athlete on the uneven bars, doing swings, handstands, pirouettes. By going from a fully extended giant swing to a fully tucked somersault, she can increase her spin rate 20 times - more than a diver or figure skater - becoming almost a human rotational “bomb.” Like fancy diving and tumbling, bar gymnastics relies on a sixth sense that humans share (weakly) with animals, the proprioceptive or kinesthetic sense of knowing where we are in space - our orientation. It is vital that a gymnast or diver know when she has completed a rotation and is ready for the next maneuver; for a trapeze aerialist, it can be a matter of life and death. No one organ or sense completely accounts for this but rather a combination of balance monitoring by the three semicircular canals of the middle ear - the “roll, pitch and yaw” of pilots - plus a refined internal clock. The eyes and muscles also play a role. So delicately attuned is all this that world-class gymnasts taken into outer space would be much more susceptible to zero-g sickness than an average person. “They’ve learned to make precise use of gravity, and when gravity goes screwy, they’re more afflicted than stumblebums like the rest of us.”

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APARTMENTS

Large two bedroom, one bath basement apartment in house. Washer/ dryer and utilities furnished. No smoking or pets! $775/ month plus deposit. Call 299-6885 evenings or leave message. Clean two bedroom four-plex, washer, dryer, dishwasher, disposal, new windows, no smoking, sorry no pets. $575/ month, $575/ deposit. 682-7827 or 689-3664.

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Two bedroom, one bath, garage, washer/dryer, $725/ month plus utilities. No pets 660-7626.

APARTMENTS

Two bedroom, fully furnished apartment. No pets. Clean, located behind Walmart, $750/ rent plus utilities, $750/ deposit. Contact Pam at 686-5177 ext. 102.

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Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013 - The Advertiser

Navigating New Waters: How do changes in the healthcare law affect me?

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Campbell County Senior Center

Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act began October 1. Do you have questions? Campbell County Public Library is partnering with AARP Wyoming to help answer those questions. “Navigating New Waters: How do changes in the healthcare law affect me?” will be presented by Renee Gamino, AARP Wyoming Associate State Director for Outreach on Thursday, October 17. Gamino will speak at the Campbell County Senior Center at 2 p.m. and at CCPL at 7 p.m. This open discussion will focus on key information about the marketplace and help minimize anxiety about the process to access affordable health insurance. Topics include: • An overview of the Wyoming Health Insurance Marketplace • Medicare: people 65+...yes, it is protected • Healthcare navigator: what it is and how can they help me • The impact on small employers and health care tax credit eligibility • Your questions answered by the expert Gamino has been with AARP Wyoming for the last 8 years. She is an expert in Medicare, Medicaid, Health Care Law and Community and Statewide Outreach efforts. She was instrumental in heading up a stakeholders’ group that successfully implemented the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug efforts in Wyoming. She is doing the same with getting information out about the Health Insurance Marketplace. Gamino manages the AARP Community volunteers who host workshops, events, and grassroot efforts with their local legislators during the Legislative session. She also works closely with the Wyoming Congressional members to keep them informed about AARP members concerns and issues at the state and national level. RSVP for the Senior Center presentation by calling 686-0804 and for the CCPL presentation by calling 687-0009.

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., Oct. 9: Chicken & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Peas & Carrots, Biscuit & Honey, Peach Apricot Crisp. Thurs., Oct. 10: Swedish Meatballs, Seasoned Rice, Oriental Veggies, Dinner Roll, Spiced Apples. Fri., Oct. 11: Beef Stew, Carrot Raisin Salad, Cheese Chunk, Biscuit & Honey, Chilled Fruit Medley. Mon., Oct. 14: Chicken Tenders, Scalloped Potatoes, Pickled Beets, Cucumber Tomato Salad, Peaches & Cream. Tues., Oct. 15: Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Corn, Garlic Toast, Rice Krispy Bar.

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ATTENTION RENTERS! You could buy a two or three bedroom home with payments starting at $900 per month! Call NOW to get into the home of your dreams! 307-6808251 Rory Blankenship www.HarryKimbrough.com RE/MAX Professionals. Nice two bedroom, Westover Hills, with garage, washer/ dryer, $750/ month plus deposit and utilities. 406-366-1638. Fully furnished one bedroom apartments for rent. Weekly/ monthly. All utilities including WiFi paid. 307-682-3665. Two bedroom, one bath, $650 month or lease $600, $150 off October rent, by park, washer/ dryer, no pets or smoking, 801-360-6060. Centrally located two bedroom, one bath basement apartment, $650/ month. No pets and references required. 307-680-9440. Fairway Estates – 307-686-9988 Income Restricted Attached garage. Two bedroom, $665.(1- ADA). Three bedroom, $768. Four bedroom, $809. Three bedroom, $700 monthly, utilities included. 307-620-2167. Nice two bedroom, one bath apartment, $650/ month plus utilities. Has washer and dryer hookups. No pets and references required. 680-9440. $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. Three bedroom apartment, $700/ month, $500/ deposit. You pay utilities. No pets. 680-6298. One, two and three bedrooms, $375 and up. Clean and quiet. Six month lease. No pets. 686-0705.

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Low weekly rates available at the Super 8 Motel. 307-6828078. Furnished rooms, starting at $150/ week. 307756-2431. MOTEL 6. Lowest daily and weekly rates out of any national chain in town Stop in and check us out, 2105 Rodgers Drive. 686-8600. Private furnished rooms, full kitchens, WiFi. Starting at $150/ week, $75 deposit. Sunset Inn, 307-682-4047.

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FOOTHILLS MOBILE HOME PARK, conveniently located family mobile home park. Single or doublewide spaces. Two months free rent for newly approved applicants. 307-682-8300. Prairie Rose Mobile Home Park. New spaces available and going fast. Call or stop by today, 682-1350, 1615 Arizona Street. Mobile home space. For information call 660-5210. Ready to go for your mobile home or RV. In Moorcroft, $325, includes water, sewer and garbage. Call Milt, 307-622-7800. For rent: Quiet fifth-wheel trailer space in country. Pets allowed with approval. Includes all utilities except propane, $425/ month, deposit and background check required. 307-682-1224. Small lot downtown. 680-4348. Spacious camper lot, $395. 660-1964.

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1,500 square feet of office space in Camel Plaza, available Immediately. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964. Near Courthouse, remodeled, attractive, 1,170SF, low utilities, immediate occupancy. 682-4721. 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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STORAGE

10x20 storage units and 12x40 RV, boat spots. Antelope Butte Storage LLC, 685-8178. Southern Drive Self Storage. Located 1/2 mile West of Highway 59 on Southern Drive. 307-685-2888. www.gillettestorage.com.

FIREWOOD, COAL, FUEL FIRE WOOD. Wally Wood Pine - cut and split. Free saw dust Aladdin, WY 307-896-2284.

Taking firewood orders. 307-670-2342. Firewood in Upton, $100/ cord, delivery available. 307-272-7892 Firewood for sale. Pine and cottonwood, split, or whole. Call for delivery. 406-853-6448. Firewood for sale. 307-629-0804, 307-6291514.

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Young Chang piano, $995. Gordon Harper. 307-680-6286.

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SPORTING GOODS

8x20 storage, $75/ month. 307-682-1671. RV, boat, toy storage available. Call 307-6823653. *ANYTIME STORAGE* $1 first month,.any size. 682-6266. Storage units available, 14x50x14, 12x20x8, 12x40x12. 660-6366, 751-4274. Storage available: Need storage for your boat, car, or camper for the winter? Please call 307-686-5787 for more information. Gillette, Wyoming. AA Fenced Storage, 12x40, 1307 Southern Drive. 307-257-2047. Beacon Self Storage, 686-9729. New units. 1375 Southern Drive.

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ROOMMATES WANTED

Gillette Gun Club Banquet, November 1st. Wyoming Center, Equality Hall. Prime Rib Dinner, $35/ person. Table games, gun board, live auction. Tickets available at Gun Traders, Rocky Mountain Discount Sports or call 6603579. Corporate sponsorships are $500. Doors open at 5pm. Dinner served at 6:30pm. This event will be over by 9:30pm! Goose decoys, 10 mag, 12 full body shells, 6 Super Mag 2, Super Mag chair blinds, Minnkota trolling motor, 50” shaft, 80 thrust, 2 foot pedal. 680-6468.

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PETS

Toy breed puppies for sale. 605-390-7295. Chihuahua males, ten weeks, one black, one blue spotted, $300. 605-456-1919. Canty Canine, Moxie Mix. 303-718-3471.

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Bernese Mountain Dog puppies, purebred, great dispositions. 307-751-3324. Free kittens. 670-5572. Buggs puppies (Boston Terrier/ pug), brindle. Six weeks old, dewclaws removed. $400. 307680-3805. Chihuahua puppies. 307-682-5951. German Shepherd puppies, $500. 660-6237. Forever Faithful Pet Crematory, Gillette, WY. Corinne, 660-1134; Rita, 680-0316.

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LIVESTOCK

Stalls and paddocks for rent. Full service available. 1-307-680-0632. Ducks, Old English baby doll lambs registered. Mini horses/ new colts registered, mini-bull calves. 682-5951. White face bucks for sale. 307-686-3868. Two three year old geldings ready to be ridden. You work them over the winter and have a good riding horse in the spring. 307-2991348. Affordable custom fencing, all types and phases of fence. Campbell County and surrounding. 307-686-3910.

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FEED & HAY

Alfalfa/ grass mix in big squares. Call only 701-391-0758 or 307-685-6311. Grass alfalfa hay, small square bales, $150/ ton. $4.85 per bale. Second cutting alfalfa, small square bales, $200/ ton. $6.50 per bale. 307-283-2813. Alfalfa grass mix, small square bales. Stored in shed, Hulett, Wyoming 307-467-5663.

Room for rent, $350/ month. 685-4239.

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Shop for rent, Call Michele Wanke, REMAX Professionals, 307-299-8351, or 307-6899580. For rent: 30’x40’ indoor walk-in freezer. Additional storage space available. 689-1060 or 682-0982. 9,000 sq.-ft. shop and 3,000 sq.-ft. office, fenced yard. 307-680-8774. Shop for rent, utilities paid, $800/ month. 307756-2431. 40x50 warehouse/ shop, 14-ft. overhead door. Heated, restroom. 307-682-0546. 8, 750 sq.-ft. shop, five acres fenced, four offices. 680-4348. 36x40 shop. 4058 E. Boxelder. 682-3229. Small shop for rent. 689-7415.

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HOME FURNISHINGS

Moving, must sell furniture. Great prices. Call Tami, 689-6308. Eight plate, collector plate set by Suzie Morton. Arabian horses. 680-3584. Queen Debonair plush Seely mattress and boxspring, bed frame, less than year old, $400. 689-0906, 689-4895. Wall unit entertainment center. All oak, light golden color. 680-3584.

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HOME APPLIANCES

Front-load washer and gas dryer, $375 each or $500 for both. 307-763-4593, Sheridan.

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HOME ENTERTAINMENT

60 inch big screen TV with stand and surround sound, $800. Call 307-670-1897.

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Cattle and horse hay, large round bales, grass, alfalfa or mix hay, excellent quality, located near Moorcroft. 307-680-4595.

Simply Drywall, install, repair, finish. 15 years construction plus labor services. 307-299-0061.

Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394.

2013 grass/ alfalfa. Medium rounds, $47 each. Excellent quality. Spearfish, 605-390-4844 or 605-722-4418.

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, 307-670-3384. References.

Want to relax? Want to have a spa day with your friends? Call me at 307-299-6158. I am a BeautiControl Consultant that will come to your home and teach you how to pamper yourself at home. :).

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Steel Building Bargains. Allocated discounts. We do deals. 30x40, 50x60, 100x100 and more. Total construction and blueprints available. www.gosteelbuildings.com. Source #18X 307-213-4242.

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Want to buy: 150 feet of 10’ I Beam, 3,000 to 4,000 gallon propane tank. 660-8563. Looking to buy used appliances in great, working order. We need washers, dryers, refrigerators, etc. ASAP! Please call or text 680-0854 or 680-2536.

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For sale: Commercial ice machine and all needed components; merchandisers; delivery trucks. 689-1060 or 682-0982. Central Boiler OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Safe, clean, efficient, WOOD HEAT. Mountain Pines Construction LLC 605-423-8113. Cement for sale: $230 per bag (78 2,500-lb. super sacks) of 50/50 Pozzalan/ Type 1-2 cement. Will load on your trailer (east of Kaycee, WY). Contact 307-234-8235, Ext. 327. Bowflex TC10 treadclimber, barely used. Small Weber portable grill, new. Men’s 20-inch Pacific bicycle. 6x10 new enclosed trailer. 6804285. New 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314. Beef processed and ready for your freezer. Individual retail cuts and bundles available at all times. Turbivilles. 307-283-1229. 4400 watt Homelite generator, like new. 307299-4801. 252 Sierra Circle.

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Lacy’s Childcare, certified for over six years currently has two full-time spots located in Sage Valley estates. Call 680-4407.

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Sprinkler Blowouts. Highmark Landscaping. 307-680-8698. Sprinkler System Winterization. Call Dan at Miller Landscaping, 689-6925, 686-7236. TREE'S stressed or dying: Deep root FERTILIZING, increase nutrients for carbohydrate storage. Dr. BOB'S Tree Care, 687-0383.

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Legacy Cleaning Service. Residential and commercial Insured and bonded. 307-2572043.

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Quint Valley Concrete, for all your concrete needs. Roger, 307-949-0121. On The Level Construction, LLC. Kitchen, bath and remodel specialists. 307-689-8637. Father and Sons Construction, mowing, landscaping, concrete paving, curbing, painting and clean-up. 687-0111, 6701741.

Singing telegrams and clowns for all occasions. Just Clowning Around, 307-682-3394. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394.

Affordable custom fencing, 307-686-3910. Sparks Concrete Lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010,. 605-209-6720.

Home Repair and Handyman, window and siding replacement. 30+ years experience. Call David, 307-686-4038 or 307-670-4143.

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Rick Oldaugh Construction. Roofing and siding. Garages, pole buildings and wood basements. Remodeling and additions. Thirty years experience. 307-689-4820.

Buchanan Excavating Basements, septic, driveways, grading, and much more. Licensed and insured. 307-670-8335, 307-660-1508, Chad. BRAD’S MOBILE HOME PARTS AND SERVICE. Free estimates. Call 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155.

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Found: Black puppy with white chest and front paws Lab mix. Call 406-647-4626.

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Looking for Michigander to bring two tweenagers to and from Grand Rapids, MI, over 2013 Christmas break. Call 307-689-5896. TOPS. Take off pounds sensibly. Friday weigh-ins 7am-8am. Meeting after weighins, Antelope Valley Church, Hwy. 59 and Antler. 682-5951 or 689-3388.

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Pioneer Manor - AP Wyoming/S&S Builders is requesting pre-qualified subcontractor and supplier bids for Bid Package #2 – Structural Concrete, Masonry and Steel work on the Pioneer Manor Skilled Nursing Facility. Emailed bids will be accepted at wyestimating@a-p.com until 1 p.m. MDT, on October 1, 2013. Sealed bids will be accepted at Campbell County Memorial Hospital – Plant Operations Office until 1 p.m. MDT on October 1, 2013. A five percent preference is hereby given to subcontractors, suppliers, material, equipment, machinery, and provisions produced, manufactured, supplied or grown in Wyoming; quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside the State as provided in W.S. 16-6-101 through 16-6-107. All prospective subcontractors and suppliers must receive notice from AP Wyoming that they are pre-qualified. Bids received from subcontractors and suppliers that are not pre-qualified will be considered not responsive and will not be opened. Pre-qualification forms will be considered up to seven days prior to bid. Construction Documents will be available electronically from AP Wyoming. To receive a prequalification form and bidding information please contact: Robert Spenhoff via phone 307-426-4242 or via email rspenhoff@ap.com. AP Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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COUNTRY AUCTION • SAT., OCT. 12 • 10 A.M. From Buffalo, Wyoming go south on I-25 to Exit 291, turn east approx. 4 miles to Auction Site. Follow signs! Barb and Dennis are moving to SD and will be missed. COLLECTIBLES – FIREARMS: Approx. 10 Breyer Horses; Oak Whiskey Barrel; Pitcher Pump; Well Pump; 4 Wagon Wheels; Michelob Beer Clock; Budweiser Horse in Frame; Pepsi Clock; Round Railroad Sign; RR Handle for Moving Train Cars; Pennzoil Oil Sign; John Wayne Cut Out; Draw Knife; (2) Crosscut Saws; Large Buzz Saw Blades; Whiskey Decanters; Plastic Poker Chips; Beer Stein; Large Wooden Hand Planes; Double Trees; Wagon for Yard Décor or Flower Box; Wood Pepsi Box; Horse Collars; Set of 6 ft. Mounted Long Horns; Deer Antlers; Log Pea Vee Hook & Handle; Yellow Metal 1950’s Kitchen Stool; (2) Steel Wheels off Hay Rake; GUNS: Wards Western Field .22 caliber Semi Auto Rifle; Two 12 gauge Single Shot Break Open Shotguns; Daisy BB Rifle; 7.65 caliber Argentine Rifle w/Scope; Small Upright Gun Safe; and more. RANCH AND SHOP: 2000 Kubota “Model L3010” Diesel Tractor, 3 pt. Hitch, Roll Bar Protector, Hydrostatic Drive, 32 H.P., approx. 800 Hours with Kubota “Model LA481” Loader; Pallet Forks Fit Loader; Tractor Chains for Kubota; 1997 H & H 16 ft. Flatbed Trailer w/Ramps; 8x12 Chain Harrow; Land Pride 3 PT. Rear Blade; Land Pride 3 PT. Post Auger; General 4 ft., 3 PT. Rotary Mower; Fimco 50 gallon Sprayer, Pump, Booms and Hand Wand; Acetylene Tanks, Torches, Hoses, Gages & Cart; Forney “Model FT-230” Arc Welder; Double End Grinder; Extra Drop Cords for Arc Welder; Hilti Pneumatic; Anvil; Welding Table; Vise; 4 ton Port-a-Power; Shop Smith; New in Box, Router Crafter; Lots of Shop and Yard Tools; Fence Stretcher; Elec. Fencer and Accessories; Steel Fence Post; Wood Fence Post; Post Hole Diggers; Roll of Smooth Wire; Shovels; Tamping Bars; Pipe Benders; Log Chains; Boomers; Conduit Pipe; Small Amount of Copper Pipe; McCulloch “3200” Chain Saw; 3 Ton Chain Hoist; Yard Light; Canvas and Plastic Tarps; Creeper; Miter Saw on Stand; Drill Press; Tool Box on Rollers; Two Ton Floor Jack; Pair of Car Jack Stands; 4000 Watt Coleman Generator; Double Stacked Metal Cabinets; Hedge Trimmer; Weed Eaters; Scotts Lawn Spreader. Pet Carrier; Bolt Cutters; 10x12 Wall Tent w/Pipe Frame; 6ft. & 20 ft. Ladders; Lots of Elec. Hand Tools and many small shop items. HORSE AND LIVESTOCK ITEMS: Two “Fallis” Balanced Ride Custom Made Western Saddles, 15” seats, Double Rigged, Padded Seats in Excellent Condition; One “Fallis” Custom Made Western Saddle, 14 ½” Padded Seat, Double Rig in Great Shape; Lots of Good High Dollar Saddle Pads; Saddle Bags; Breast Collars; Bridles; Halters; 74” Horse Blankets; Ropes; Spurs; Chaps; Rodeo Chaps; Bull Rope w/Bell; Two Bareback Riggins; Bronc Spurs; Galvanized Horse Tank; Two Fiberglass Water Tanks; 3 Tank Heaters; HOUSEHOLD: Small Chest Freezer; Microwave; Set of Dishes by Camelot in The “American Rose” Pattern; 6 Wooden Book Shelves, 6 ft. Tall all matching; 4 Hanging Slag Lamps; Canvas Standing Wardrobe; Set of Three Matching Western Art Pictures; Fireplace Set; Numbered Prints of Western Art; Toy Chest w/Lid – full of Games; Wall Hanging Gun Rack; Movies; Books; Records; “Globe” Floor Safe, 4 ft. Tall, 21”x24”, Combination Lock; 2 Elec. Space Heaters; Fans; Wooden Upright Cupboard; World Globe; Christmas Décor; Lots of Yard Art; Lockers from School Gym; and more.

DENNIS AND BARB BATEMAN, OWNERS 5 TRABING KNOLL LANE, BUFFALO, WY BRANNIAN AUCTION, LLC • BUFFALO, WY • (307) 684-2793• www.brannianauction Terms: Cash or Check With ID - All Items Sold As Is Where Is - Not Responsible for Accidents or Theft All Announcements Made Auction Day Take Precedence Over All Printed Material - Shell Creek Clerking - Lunch by Angela


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Jennifer Pharr Davis: Long-Distance Hiker, Author, Speaker, to Speak at CCPL Oct. 9, • 7 p.m.

Jeff Stone, Children’s Author to Speak at CCPL Awarding winning children’s author Jeff Stone will speak at Campbell County Public Library on Thursday, October 10 at 7 p.m. Stone is the bestselling author of The Five Ancestors series, popular with grades 4-7, which is set in 17th century China and features five orphan boys who are skilled in martial arts. He thinks it’s important to ‘write what you know,’ and his stories stay true to that premise. The author wrote series with three objectives in mind: to “really get into kung fu,” to find his birth parents, and to write a book for kids that combines the first two elements. Stone met his initial objectives and has now moved on to a new series The Five Ancestors: Out of the Ashes, which continues the tales of the boys. Stone grew up in Detroit, Michigan, and currently lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is married and has a daughter and son. A selection of stone’s books will be available for sale and autographing following the presentation. This event is sponsored by the Campbell County Public Library and Campbell County Community Public Recreation District Grant.

Jennifer Pharr Davis hold the record for being the fastest person to hike the 2,181 mile Appalachian Trail (A.T.). She did it in just over 46 days! Pharr Davis will be speaking Wed., Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. Come hear her inspiring story. Free and open to the public. Jennifer Pharr Davis grew up in the North Carolina Mountains, where she developed a love for hiking at a young age. At age twenty-one, Jennifer hiked the entire Appalachian Trail as a solo female and fell in love with long-distance backpacking. In 2011, Pharr Davis wanted to test her limits. With the support of her husband Brew and a dedicated group of volunteers dubbed the “Pit Crew,” she hiked, stumbled, & sometimes crawled the A.T. in 46 days 11 hours & 20 min. (an average of 47 miles per day), becoming the fastest person to hike the trail and the first woman to ever set the mark. And for that, she’s been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR’s Talk of the Nation, and the CBS Morning Show. But Jen’s story is not about records or numbers; it’s about endurance, faith, and most of all, love. She will be speaking about the many challenges and lessons that present themselves along the trail, showing slides from over 12,000 miles of hiking on six different continents and answering questions about her trail exploits. After her presentation, she will be signing copies of her new book Called Again: A Story of Love and Triumph, which Kirkus Reviews has called “an inspired exploration of the meaning of commitment.” Pharr Davis also wrote Becoming Odyssa: Adventures on the Appalachian Trail (2010) and has written for, or appeared within Blue Ridge Outdoors, Backpacker, Trail Runner, Men’s Journal, Shape and Fitness Magazine. Jennifer lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband and daughter, and is the owner and founder of Blue Ridge Hiking Co.

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Getting Enough ZZZs Good rest is a cornerstone of good health. Numerous studies have shown the health benefits of adequate sleep. A chronic state of fatigue can result in more accidents, impairment in attention and reasoning, an increased risk of heart disease and high blood pressure, and increased healing time from injury or illness. As far as knowing how much sleep you need, there is no magic number. Different age groups need different amounts of sleep, but even within age groups, each person’s needs are individual. Research has shown that adults who get around seven hours of sleep have the best long-term health outcomes. To increase your chances of getting a good night’s sleep, try to keep a regular schedule. Going to bed at the same time each night and rising in the morning at the same time helps your body know when to sleep and when to be awake. If you are feeling sleep-deprived, it is better to take a short afternoon nap than to sleep in late the next morning. Melatonin is a naturally-occurring hormone that helps regulate sleep. Its production can be altered if your day is spent out of sync with the natural changes in daily light. If you spend much of the day in an office away from natural light and then spend your evenings in front of a TV or computer screen, your body may not be producing melatonin correctly. To help correct this, try to get periods of natural sunlight during the day. At night, turn off artificial light from televisions and computers earlier in the evening. If you’ve tried to get better sleep, but often feel tired during the day, it may be time for some help. A doctor that specializes in sleep disorders can offer natural and medicationbased strategies to help you get some needed rest.

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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, October 9 – Tuesday, October 15 WEDNESDAY WEST WORKSHOP, 8-11 a.m., “Standing Tall in an Upside Down World,” Gillette College Technical Education Center room TEC213. STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. UNITED BLOOD SERVICES, 11:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m., appointments needed, Campbell County Rec Center, 605-342-8585. SUPER SCULPTOR SERIES, 4-5:30 p.m., $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. JENNIFER DAVIS, 7 p.m., long-distance hiker, author and speaker, Campbell County Library. THURSDAY UNITED BLOOD SERVICES, 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m., appointments needed, Campbell County Rec Center, 605-342-8585. 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. For ages 3 to 5. DOODLERS KID CLUB, 4-5 p.m., $12.50, ages eight or older, AVA Community Art Center FIRST TITLE I PARENT NIGHT, 5:45-7:30 p.m., Meadowlark Elementary. FAMILIES & JAMMIES, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. PAINTBRUSH MUSIC PROGRAM, 6:30-7:30 p.m., to honor veterans, Cam-plex Heritage Center. TEEN ANIME CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library.

AUTHOR JEFF STONE, 7 p.m., “Five Ancestors,” Campbell County Public Library. FRIDAY LITTLE TIKES, 10-11 a.m., $7, AVA Community Art Center. RIBBON CUTTING, 4:30 p.m., first disc throw-out, Dalbey Disc Golf Club. UNCORKED, 7-9 p.m., $35, must be 21, AVA Community Art Center. PLANETARIUM, 7-8 p.m., laser show “Fright Night,” Sage Valley Junior High School. INTO THE LIGHT TOUR, 7 p.m., $22, featuring Matthew West, Jason Castro and Sidewalk Prophets, New Life Wesleyan Church. SATURDAY POWDER RIVER COLLECTOR’S ANTIQUE & CRAFT SHOW, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cam-plex Energy Hall. ACTING CLASSES, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Camplex, Heritage Center Green Room. TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 10 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. OPEN PLAY GAMING, 1-4 p.m., for teens, Campbell County Public Library. WII SATURDAY, 1 p.m., Campbell County Public Library Tween room. For fourth through sixth grades. YES HOUSING DANCING WITH THE STARS, 6 p.m. to midnight, Wyoming Center Equality Hall at Camplex. SMASHING PUMPKINS, 6-8 p.m., $40, must be 21, AVA Community Art Center. PLANETARIUM, 6-7 p.m., full dome “Stars,” 7-8

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p.m., sky tonight, Sage Valley Junior High School. SUNDAY POWDER RIVER COLLECTOR’S ANTIQUE & CRAFT SHOW, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Cam-plex Energy Hall. MONDAY UNITED BLOOD SERVICES, 12:30-5:45 p.m., appointments needed, Baptist Church in Wright, 464-0304. TUESDAY UNITED BLOOD SERVICES, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., appointments needed, Campbell County Memorial Hospital, 605-342-8585. STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. TEEN CARD CLUB, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. POTTERY PLANET, 4-5 p.m., $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. GILLETTE CHALLENGER LEAGUE GAMES, 6-7 p.m., Cam-plex Central Pavilion. ADULT ANIME & CARD CLUB, 6:30 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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FAMILY FEATURES

Great Ways to Fuel Up After School

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runch time for most families is the frenzied, action-packed hours between the school’s dismissal bell and dinnertime. Squeezed in between is often a flurry of homework, sports practices, dance classes, music lessons and hanging out with friends. The last thing most parents have time for is preparing snacks. Instead of unwrapping a candy bar or driving through a fast food joint, pull out a healthy treat or put together a delicious dish in a matter of moments. For more great snacking ideas, visit www.culinary.net.

Farm Rich When crunched for time after school, between games or before practice, we understand that a quick and easy-to-prepare snack is a must, but you also want to feed your family wholesome, real snacks. New Crispy Dill Pickles and Toasted Ravioli are greattasting snacks made with real ingredients and ready to eat in minutes. Farm Rich — they’re real snacks for real families. For coupons and more information, visit www.farmrich.com.

Mini Babybel When planning for back-toschool, be sure to add Mini Babybel to the grocery list. Individually portioned, Mini Babybel is a little cheese with huge appeal. Rich, creamy and 100 percent natural cheese, it is the perfect choice for snack time. With 20 percent of your daily calcium needs, this nutritious cheese snack is sure to satisfy the whole family. Visit www.mini-babybel.com for more information and snack ideas.

Go Bananas

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Frozen bananas are a quick, healthy treat. Cut a banana into four pieces, spear with a toothpick and freeze for two hours. Then melt chocolate chips in the microwave, dip each frozen banana pop into the chocolate until coated, shake off excess and place on waxed paper. Have the kids help out by embellishing each pop with chopped nuts, crushed graham crackers or colorful sprinkles. Once hardened, return the pops to the freezer until ready to enjoy.

Popcorn For back-to-school snacking you can’t beat popcorn. Pop up a bowl and let the fun flavor creations begin — sweet, savory, or with just a dash of salt. Popcorn is a grab-n-go treat that takes minutes to make. Plus, it’s a whole grain that contains fiber to fuel the body and keep you feeling fuller longer than other snacks. This beloved treat is also economical, costing mere pennies per serving. Pop up some fun today. Photo courtesy of Getty Images


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JobSEARCH

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

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PCA looking for full time work. Two-plus years experience. Please call Susan Picard, 774392-0801. Retired painter looking for work. 307-6702342.

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Auto Glass Technician. Install auto and heavy equipment glass. Experience preferred but will train right candidate. Benefits, drug testing and wage DOE. Bring resume to 605 East Lakeway. Dental Hygienist. Gillette area dental office has a part time hygienist position available. Competitive pay and benefits available. Must have excellent work ethic and friendly personality. Email your confidential resume to dentaljobs10@yahoo.com. Part-time/ full-time Medical Assistant, LPN or RN for Medical Office/ Surgery Center. EHR, phlebotomy and computer skills a must. Must have excellent communication and organization skills. Submit resume to Blind Box 740, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. Shop welder needed. Please apply at Tri-State Industries, 510 N. Limestone. Seeking cosmetologist and nail tech with established clientele for available booth rental. Set your own hours. 682-6744 or 660-1491.

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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. Seeking full-time and part-time janitorial workers. Please call 1-800-358-7038. 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. Roustabouts, insulators and laborers needed. Apply at TSI, 510 N. Limestone. Looking for route driver Must have clean driving record. Wage based on experience. Must be able to pass pre-employment.drug testing. Apply in person at 3575 North Garner Lake Road. 307-682-3913. Opening for an experienced floral designer. Apply in person, Laurie’s Flower Hut, Southview Shopping Center. 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.

Wells Fargo - Gillette

With you when you’re looking for a rewarding career

TELLER As a Wells Fargo Teller, you will provide excellent service in all customer interactions, informing customers on new services, consistently balance your cash daily, have great rapport with people, meet your referral and sales goals, and enjoy helping others while maintaining ethics and integrity. We offer medical, dental, and vision coverage, tuition reimbursement, matched 401k plan, and paid time off/holidays Join our team. Visit our career site at

wellsfargo.com/careers. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. ©2012 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. • All rights reserved.

Experienced

oilfield dispatcher Magna Energy is looking for an experienced oilfield dispatcher with knowledge of the NE Wyoming oilfields. Take calls from pushers, dispatch drivers and equipment to locations. Verify drivers DOT logs, compare to time clock, investigate and correct discrepancies. Working with the Shop Coordinator, and Truck Pushers, keep track of equipment up or down status. Maintain inventory of KCL, and Brine. Other duties as assigned.

Must be proficient with MS Office products, spreadsheets, email, smart phones, etc. This position is located at our office in Gillette. Health/dental/vision insurance after 60 days, no cost to employee, 40 hours vacation pay after 1 year, 401k after 6 months, 4% match, must have a good driving record, pre-employment drug testing required, scheduled days off and top wages.

Fax resume to 307-682-4908 or email: jobs@magnaes.com

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Start a new day and a new career at Mountain West CDL School. CDL in just weeks; job placement assistance; refresher courses; learner’s permit training; endorsement training; Hazmat, tankers, doubles and triples. Call today 307-299-3645. DRIVER Locomotive Service Inc. – Douglas to Gillette, WY. Operation based in Gillette. Storage Tank Fuel Delivery: Class A CDL with Haz-mat, doubles, and tanker endorsement required. Two years CDL experience required. Home daily with above average pay and benefits. For fastest response apply online at www.locomotiveservice.com, or leave a message at 303-362-3348. Prime Rib Restaurant and Wine Cellar taking applications for cook/ kitchen help. Apply in person at 1205 S Douglas Hwy, Gillette. Coalfield Connection seeking outside advertising B2B salesperson in WY area. Retainer plus high commission. Call 606-434-1226 or email david@coalfieldconnection.com for details. Hiring experienced Field Service Tech. Apply at www.arnoldmachinery.com. Call 307-686-7536 for more information. Chophouse Restaurant now hiring experienced servers. Please apply in person at 113 S. Gillette Avenue. Ask for Charles. AR Clerk. Ability to multi-task. ComputerEase

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software preferred but will train. Send resume to PO Box 2498, Gillette, WY, 82717 or pick up application at 2802 Conestoga. Gillette Floral is now hiring a floral designer Apply in person with resume at 816 E. 3rd St. or send to PO Box 2267, Gillette, WY 82717. Now hiring drivers. We offer competitive wages, schedule flexibility and a fun environment. Apply at either location. 1711 West 2nd Street or 627 E Boxelder or online at www.pizzahut.com. Now hiring for Maintenance Tech and Porter. Must have valid driver’s license. Please apply in person at Best Western Tower West Lodge, 109 N. US Hwy. 14-16. No phone calls. Seeking an organized part time office assistant. Duties to include answering phones, data entry and document scanning. Ability to multitask and some computer skills are required. Please send resumes and references to Blind Box 757, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717. HELP WANTED: TIRE TECHNICIAN. Taking applications for mine and commercial tire technicians. Experience preferred but will train the right individuals. Top wages for shift work. Drug free work place. www.bighorntire.com to apply online. Big Horn Tire Inc., 501 Westside Drive, Gillette, WY 82718. Attn.Employment. Fax 307-687-7742. Wanted: Class A CDL driver. Tanker endorsement needed. 920-279-2428.

Western Energy Company Openings Western Energy Company, a surface coal mine in Colstrip, MT has an opening for an experienced Dragline Operator. Detailed job descriptions and application process can be accessed through www.westmoreland.com (careers). AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

JOIN OUR TEAM!

CDL Drivers We offer: Health/dental/vision insurance after 60 days, no cost to

employee, 40 hours vacation pay after 1 year, 401k after 6 months, 4% match, must have a good driving record, pre-employment drug testing required, scheduled days off and top wages.

Fax resume to 307-682-4908 or email: jobs@magnaes.com


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Looking for CDL driver class A or B. Must bring in a current driving record when applying. Wage based on experience. Must pass dot physicals and or pre employment. Apply in person at 3575 N Garner Lake Road. 307-6823913. Pro Built Homes is hiring a data entry clerk/receptionist. This position is responsible for performing a variety of administrative duties. Must have strong phone and customer service skills. Must be able to handle large amounts of data entry and experience with Word, Excel and Outlook. Needs to be able to work with frequent interruptions, and have great organizational skills. We are a Drug Free and Equal Opportunity Employer. 5358 Hitt Blvd. 682-2591 or email frontdesk@probuilthomesinc.com. Well established construction company in need of carpenter with five years experience. Wages DOE with benefits. Drug free workplace. Send resume to Shober Builders, office@shoberbuilders.com or call 307-682-3653.

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Monday-Thursday, 7am-5pm. Delivery driver, Class B CDL required Apply in person at Metz Beverage, 1101 Metz Drive. EOE. CUSTOMER SERVICE Free tuition tax school. Earn extra income after taking course. Flexible schedules. Register now! Courses starting soon. Call 307-685-6801, Liberty Tax Service. Small fee for books. Want to make a difference? Consider a job as a CNA/ Homemaker with the Campbell County Senior Center. It is part-time, no weekends or evenings. Prefer responsible applicants, who demonstrate maturity, flexibility and professionalism on the job. Pre-employment

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HELP WANTED

drug testing with background checks. Hours vary. Equal Opportunity Employer. Submit completed application and resume at Campbell County Senior Center, 701 Stocktrail Avenue, Gillette, WY, 82716.

Truck driver, full and/or part-time. Must have CDL with HAZMAT and tanker endorsements. Mandatory pre-employment and random drug/ alcohol testing required. Candidates must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. Must be willing to work overtime and be assigned to on-call rotation. Excellent wages and benefit package. ONLY individuals meeting license requirements need apply at Blakeman Propane, Inc., 4111 N. Hwy. 14-16, Gillette, WY 82716. EOE.

A vampire bat came into his cave with his head covered in blood. He quickly settled onto the roof of the cave to try to get some sleep. The blood attracted the attention of the other bats and they began asking where he had found it. He tried to ignore them and go to sleep, but they kept harassing him. Finally, he told them he would show them and flew out of the cave with several hundred bats following him. He flew down into the valley, across a river, and into a forest full of trees. He eventually slowed down and said to the excited bats all around him, “Do you see that tree over there?” “Yes, yes, we do!” the bats all exclaimed. “Well, good,” said the bat, “because I didn’t!”

Hiring experienced Service Manager. Apply at www.arnoldhiring.com. Call 307-686-7536 for more information. Maintenance Tech needed at Mountain View Apartments. Apply online at www.csmcorp.net/careers. Looking for apprentice electrician. Must have good work ethic, if not, need not apply. Fax resume to 307-670-9004. Now hiring for housekeepers, line cooks and dishwashers. Please apply in person at Best Western Tower West Lodge, 109 N. US Hwy. 14-16. No phone calls. Northeast Wyoming BOCES is taking applications for employment for 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. Grease Barrel is seeking an experienced lube technician. Apply in person at 300 West Lakeway Road. Now hiring construction laborers. Applicants must have a valid license with a clean record and be drug free. Rates of pay are from $12 to $16 per hour DOE. Apply in person at 5358 Hitt Blvd. 307-682-2591. Local company looking for swabbing rig operator full time. Multiple years workover rig or swabbing rig experience required. Must be reliable and drug free. Good driving record/ must be able to get CDL. Pay increases with experience! Hourly based on experience. 307-6701715. Clinical Manager for full-time position in busy medical office. One year management experience in clinic/ office with excellent customer service skills required. Must be proficient multitasker, self-motivated, with experience working successfully with various personalities, both patients and professionals. Experience in billing, coding and light bookkeeping needed. Position oversees clinic functions as well as billing and coding operations. Send resume, reference letter and wage requirements to Blind Box 756, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717. Sales Rep/ Marketing Contractor. Immediate openings. Rapid City to NE Wyoming. Commission based, big $ potential. Telecommute okay. Call 307-363-4092 today!

Half Booths:

Full Booths: Alpha Coal Black Hawk Crane Buckskin Mine Consolidated Oilwell Services Eagles Lodge #2711 Eagle Rider’s Club Gillette College JLC Signs & graphic work M&M Oilfield Midnight Oil Field Services, LLC Pacific Steel & Recycling Powder River Energy Corp. Razor City BMX Razor City Skateland Stalkup’s RV Superstore Thunder Basin Ford

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Charter Devon Energy Domino’s Pizza Don’s Supermarket Flying Colors Frandson Safety Greg’s Welding Homax Oil Sales Komatsu Equipment McDonald’s Northern Production Pronghorn Family Dentistry Rail Link Stalkups RV Superstore Thunder Basin Coal Walmart WPX Energy Wyoming Beverage

Donations: Beverage Broker • Big Mountain Homes • C&H Well Servicing, Inc. Don “N” Moes • Eastside RV’s • Fairway Estates Farmer’s Union Insurance - Betsy Jones • Gillette Gun Club Hibbs Autobody • Kissack Water & Oil • S&S Builders Wrightland Apartments Admission: Canned food item. Treat Street is the annual kickoff for the Council of Community Services food drive. Cash donations also accepted. Decorations provided in part by www.gilletteevents.com

Brought to you by the Gillette Advertiser & the Gillette News Record.


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Marketing Project Coordinator L&H Industrial, Inc. is a world leader in aftermarket parts for mining equipment including shovels, drills, draglines, mobile equipment and mineral processing as well as world class field service operations. We are looking for a motivated individual to join our team to help contribute to communicating and illustrating our growing Company’s products and services through marketing on a global scale. The preferred candidate will have excellent communication, written and presentation skills along with outstanding project management, graphic design experience and highly detail oriented. This candidate should also be results oriented, professional and people oriented. • Oversee marketing projects from start to finish • Monitor project and track project milestones and deliverables to ensure objectives and deadlines are met • Manage changes to project scope • Manage marketing campaigns and budgets • Manage marketing inventory, product fulfillment and dissemination • Build and deploy quarterly customer newsletter • Regularly utilize design skills working in Adobe CS5 creating layouts with the Company brand Education: Bachelor’s in Marketing Management, Business or Communications with experience in marketing project coordination. We Offer: • • • • • •

Competitive salary Premium free medical/dental and vision insurance for employee and dependents; Cafeteria plan Progressive 401K plan Paid vacation, personal days, holidays Short and long term disability, life insurance and wellness program

To apply please submit application and resume:

L&H Industrial, Inc. Attn: Human Resources 913 L&J Court Gillette, WY 82718 Phone: (307) 682-7238 E-mail: dspelts@lnh.net Online: www.lnh.net We do pre-employment drug testing (L&H Industrial, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer)

Join Our World Class Team Our continuing success makes this a perfect time to join Joy Global, specializing in the manufacture and service of some of the world’s largest machinery bearing the P&H trademark. We currently have the following position open in Salt Lake City, UT: Field Service Electrical. Qualified candidates will possess the following: Field Service Electrical • Ability to use a wide array of diagnostic and functional tools and specialty instruments. • Excellent computer, verbal, and written skills • Experienced with variable speed driver control, PLC’s, Electro-pneumatic, troubleshooting, and electronic control systems. • Flexibility with travel based on company needs and overall company objectives • Electrical Shovel experience is preferred • Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics • Experience with high voltage preferred Our compensation package includes a strong base wage and incentive program, paid holidays and a full range of life/medical/401(k) plans. To join the most exciting manufacturer of mining equipment please e-mail your resume to Victoriya McAnany at victoriya.mcanany@joyglobal.com, fax to (775)748-4613, or mail to Joy Global, Attn: HR, 4450 P&H Drive, Elko NV 89801. Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Employer


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By the Numbers: Unusual Jobs - The average psychic earns about $41,000 per year. - In the United States, the chimney sweep industry has yearly revenues of about $2.2 billion. - The most popular rodeo clowns on the rodeo circuit can make up to $2,000 for a single performance.

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- There are just over 5,000 embalmers working in the U.S., making an average of $44,000 per year. - Top sumo wrestlers in Japan can earn up to $60,000 per month, while those in the lowest ranks receive only a basic living allowance. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

This Month in History October 11 - 1884 - Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City. 1887 - A patent for the first adding machine, dubbed the “Comptometer,” was granted to Dorr Eugene Felt. 1962 - The Second Vatican Council was opened in Rome by Pope John XXIII. 1975 - “Saturday Night Live” premiered on NBC with guest host George Carlin. 1975 - William Jefferson Clinton and Hillary Rodham were married in Fayetteville, Arkansas. 1984 - Kathryn Sullivan, a Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut, became the first American woman to walk in space. October 12 - 1492 - Christopher Columbus landed in the New World in the Bahamas, naming the first land he sighted El Salvador. 1810 - The annual German tradition of Oktoberfest began when Bavarian Crown Prince Louis married Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. 1870 - General Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, died in Lexington, Virginia. 1960 - During a speech at the United Nations, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev removed his shoe and used it to pound the table in a protest against a speech given by a representative of the Philippines that was critical of Soviet policy in Eastern Europe. 1964 - The Soviet Union launched the spacecraft, “Voskhod 1,” into orbit, becoming the first craft to carry a multi-person crew and the first flight performed without space suits. 2000 - The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Cole was attacked by terrorists when a motorized rubber dinghy loaded with explosives blew a 40-by-40 foot hole in its side, killing 17 and wounding 38. October 13 - 1775 - The U.S. Navy was established by the Second Continental Congress. 1792 - The cornerstone of the White House was laid by George Washington. 1925 - Margaret Thatcher, the first woman prime minister in 700 years of English parliamentary history, was born in Grantham, Lincolnshire. 1941 - Singer and songwriter Paul Simon was born in Newark, New Jersey. 1943 - The government of Italy declared war on Germany, its former partner, and joined World War II on the side of the Allies. October 14 - 1905 - The World Series ended a series in which all of the games played were shut-outs, resulting in the victory of the New York Giants over the Philadelphia Athletics. 1912 - Progressive Party candidate for president, Theodore Roosevelt, was shot by John Schrank before a campaign speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1947 - Chuck Yeager, a captain in the U.S. Air Force, became the first man to break the sound barrier in a rocket-powered aircraft. 1962 - The Cuban Missile Crisis began when photographs taken by a U-2 spy plane showed that Soviet-made missiles were stationed in Cuba. 1964 - Martin Luther King, Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. 1964 - Nikita Khrushchev is ousted as premier of the Soviet Union and chief of the Communist Party. 1977 - Actor and singer Bing Crosby died of a heart attach while playing golf in Madrid, Spain. 1996 - For the first time, the Dow-Jones Index topped the 6,000 mark. October 15 - 1783 - Two Frenchmen became the first people to fly when they rode in a hot-air balloon in Paris. 1844 - The influential German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was born in Rocken, Germany. 1892 - Almost two million acres of Crow Indian reservation were opened to settlers in Montana after the government induced the Crow to give up a portion of their land for 50 cents an acre.

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Natural, Quality Ingredients Make the Meal

Brining 101 What exactly is brining? Much like a marinade, meat and poultry is soaked in flavorful liquid, such as an all-purpose seasoning like Kikkoman Soy Sauce. This adds a tremendous amount of flavor and also breaks down proteins, thus, tenderizing the meat or poultry. The only real rule to brining is that the meat must be kept cold throughout the entire process. Use a large container, cooler or brining bag that can fit into a refrigerator because the protein and brine solution has to be kept below 40 degrees at all times.

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he best meals offer loads of fresh flavor and are best served with a side of originality. Let your pantry serve as your starting point for creating memorable meals the family will love.

Proper Pantry Practices Before letting those creative culinary juices flow, take inventory of your pantry. If you find items that are too old, that have never been touched, or that you hardly ever use — get rid of them. Look closely at the ingredient list to decide which items to keep. Get rid of items filled with corn syrup and artificial sweeteners and colors. Foods with fewer ingredients and pronounceable words tend to be more natural or “whole.” Made from four ingredients, Kikkoman’s Soy Sauce is brewed naturally, using a traditional process that goes back hundreds of years. Other “keepers” include honey, canned beans, whole grain pastas or rice, raw nuts and olive oil. Once your pantry is in order, you can incorporate these healthy staples into meals using the freshest vegetables, poultry, fish and beef. By keeping your pantry stocked with the most wholesome ingredients, you can be sure you are giving the very best to your family. For additional recipes and information, visit www.kikkomanUSA.com.

Greek Pasta Salad

Classic Fried Rice Servings: 6 6 strips bacon, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1 egg, beaten 8 green onions and tops, sliced 4 cups cold, cooked rice 1 tablespoon garlic, minced 3 tablespoons Kikkoman Soy Sauce Cook bacon in large skillet over medium heat until crisp. Move bacon to side of pan; add egg and scramble. Move egg over and add green onions to the skillet; sauté for a minute. Stir

Savory Chicken Brine Servings: 6 1 chicken (5 to 6 pounds) 1 gallon cold water 1 tablespoon dried sage 1 tablespoon dried celery seed 1/2 tablespoon dried thyme 3/4 cup kosher salt 3/4 cup sugar 3/4 cup Kikkoman Soy Sauce 2 tablespoons of seasoned salt Remove giblets from chicken cavity, rinse chicken inside and out. In large stock pot or container, mix water, sage, celery seed, thyme, salt, sugar and soy sauce to create brine. Stir well until sugar and salt are dissolved. Place chicken in brine, cover and refrigerate at least 4 hours or overnight. Preheat oven to 400ºF. Remove chicken from brine and rinse well inside and out. Sprinkle with 2 tablespoons of seasoned salt. Bake chicken at 400ºF for 45 minutes.

in rice, add garlic and soy sauce. Toss until mixture is well blended and heated through.

Spaghetti and Meatballs Servings: 8 1 pound spaghetti 1 1/4 pounds ground beef 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup Kikkoman Panko Bread Crumbs 1 tablespoon Kikkoman Soy Sauce 1 cup Parmesan cheese, grated and divided 4 cloves garlic, minced and divided 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 small onion, finely diced 2 28-ounce cans crushed tomatoes

1 tablespoon dried oregano Cook spaghetti according to package directions, rinse and drain. Combine ground beef, eggs, panko, soy sauce, 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese and 2 cloves of garlic in large bowl; shape into 1 1/2-inch sized meatballs. Bake meatballs at 350°F on ungreased cookie sheet for 10 to 12 minutes. Meanwhile, heat deep skillet, add oil, 1 clove garlic and onions and sauté for about 5 minutes until onions are soft. Add tomatoes and remaining garlic, cheese and oregano; simmer for at least 20 minutes.

Servings: 6 Sun-Dried Tomato Salad Dressing: 3/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes, drained or rehydrate if dry 2/3 cup olive oil 1/4 cup fresh basil, chopped 2 tablespoons capers 3 cloves garlic 3 tablespoons Kikkoman Rice Vinegar Salad: 1/4 cup Kikkoman Thai Style Chili Sauce 4 cups rotini pasta, cooked 1/2 cup cucumber, peeled and seeded 1 cup cherry tomatoes 1 cup green bell pepper strips 1 4-ounce package feta cheese, crumbled 1 3.8-ounce can black olives, sliced and drained 3/4 cup chopped green onions 1/2 tablespoon chopped dill weed For dressing, whisk together sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, basil, capers, garlic and rice vinegar. Set aside. For salad, whisk together 1 cup salad dressing and chili sauce, set aside. In large bowl, combine pasta and remaining ingredients, tossing to combine. Serve with salad dressing.


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Crook County Medical Services District Multiple Job Openings • Laboratory has a Medical Technologist position open. Applicants must be a certified Medical Technologist or MLS in Wyoming. • Housekeeper positions in the Sundance and Moorcroft facilities. Must be self-motivated and be able to work independently. An enthusiastic and dependable candidate will be trained. Applicants must be reliable team players, self-motivated, and able to work independently. Some 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.

• Crook County Medical Services District is looking for one or more individuals to maintain two buildings in Moorcroft. Work includes housekeeping, minor maintenance, ice and snow removal from sidewalks and steps, snow removal of parking lots, and lawn care during spring and summer months. Please contact Sam Waugh (307-283-3501 x370) if you are interested in all or a portion of this work...Independent businesses should call for more information to submit bids, 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

Youth Emergency Services, Inc. of Gillette, Wyoming The Y.E.S. House has the following position available:

Human Resources Director The ideal candidate will have outstanding leadership and supervisory skills, experience in non-profit operations, management and accreditation; knowledge and experience in HR planning, policy development and implementation, wage and salary admin., benefits admin. and design, performance mgmt. practices, safety and risk mgmt. practices, employee/labor relations. Requires excellent communication skills, team work, computer software and organizational skills. Excellent pay, benefits and working environment. Bachelors or advanced degree in relevant field preferred with three years of progressive HR experience. Send resume’ to: Y.E.S. House, Attn. Executive Director, 905 N Gurley Ave. Gillette, WY 82716 or email to sengland@ccsd.k12.wy.us

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Autumn Tips for Pet Owners Pets, just like people, look forward to a break in the hot weather of summer. It is a lovely time of year for our animal friends, but there are some safety tips to keep in mind as the weather cools. -- As you gather school supplies, remember to keep them out of the reach of your pets. While items such as glue sticks and magic markers have low-toxicity, a pet can get sick if he or she ingests a large quantity of them. To be safe, store them out of your pet’s reach. -- If your pet spends time outdoors, be sure to keep a close eye on the weather forecast. In the fall, cold weather can move in quickly, even on a day that starts out warm. Make sure that your pet has adequate shelter and some protection from freezing rain and wind. -- Fall is one of the best seasons for mushroom growth. When heading outdoors, be sure to keep a close eye on your dog when he or she explores areas with lots of plants. Most mushrooms are non-toxic, but ingesting one of the dangerous varieties can have serious consequences. If you see your dog eating a wild mushroom, contact your veterinarian immediately. -- In preparing for colder weather, many people change or add to the coolant in their vehicle. Be sure to keep antifreeze away from your pet, as it is highly toxic. Spills should be cleaned up immediately. You may also consider switching to propylene glycolbased coolants rather than using the standard ethylene glycol-based coolants. While not completely non-toxic, they are much better than the standard antifreeze.

Western Energy Company Openings Western Energy Company, a surface coal mine in Colstrip, MT has an opening for a Licensed Blaster. Detailed job descriptions and application process can be accessed through www.westmoreland.com (careers).

Y.E.S. House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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 positions:

Service Tech Loaders Service Engineer/Electrical Customer Service Representative 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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