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Published Weekly – Vol. 37, No. 47 – November 20-26, 2013 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com

Light ’m up and win big prizes! Holiday lighting contest nominate your favorite house today! Holiday Lighting Contest entry form

There are new rules in the city’s lighting contest. Only houses that are nominated will be judged! Nominate yourself, a neighbor, or a friend. To nominate a house, fill out the form on this page and drop off, mail or email to: • The Gillette News Record, 1201 W. Second St. (during business hours or at the night drop slot)

• City Hall lobby drop box, 201 E. 5th St. • holidaylightingcontest@gillettenewsrecord.com or holidaylightingcontest@gillettewy.gov • Holiday Lighting Contest - Gillette News Record P.O. Box 3006 • Gillette, WY 82717

Whose house should we look at? Name:

Deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. Dec. 4

HOW IT WORKS Who can participate? • Any home within the city limits

Who wins?

There are two ways to win. Judges will pick the First Place, Second Place and Third Place homes. They also will pick the best 10 homes that Gillette residents can vote on to be the winner of the People’s Choice Awards. Details will follow on how you can vote.

What are the prizes?

First-place winner will receive $300, second place wins $200 and third place wins $100 in both the Judge’s Choice and the People’s Choice categories.

* Address: Phone:

Judging will be Dec. 9 - 10 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Email: * Must be included

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EDUCATION SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS DAY. American Education Week is Nov. 18-22, 2013 Mon., Nov. 18: Kickoff Day Tues., Nov. 19: Parents Day Wed., Nov. 20: Education Support Professionals Day Thurs., Nov. 21: Educator for a Day Fri., Nov. 22: Substitute Educators Day Education Support Personnel (ESP) include: Paraprofessionals; Transportation Workers; Food Service Workers; Environmental Staff; Custodial Staff; Office Personnel; Substitute Teachers; And other Classified Staff.

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CHEAP STUFF

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

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AUTOMOBILES

AUTOMOBILES

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.

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CLASSICS

1985 Porsche 944, five speed, 144K, used daily, $1,500. Rich, 685-1267.

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TRUCKS, VANS

1999 GMC 2500, 2WD. Runs and drives perfect, needs minor cosmetics, $3,100/ OBO. 719-213-1378.

FOUR WHEEL DRIVES

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2003 Buick Rendezvous, 3400SFI V6 engine, 140,500 miles, selling price, $5,900. Call Jim 307-680-8542, Carol, 307-680-7885 or office 307-682-1885. 2000 Plymouth Neon, 71,857 miles, priced $5,500. Call Jim, 307-680-8542, Carol, 307680-7885 or office 307-682-1885. 2007 Chevy Impala LT, 138,000 miles, good condition, runs great, price negotiable, $4,700. 307-670-2987. 2000 Chevy Malibu, good condition, runs good, $3,300/ OBO. 307-670-5364 or 307-6806274. 2009 GMC pickup, 30,000 miles, 4WD, crew cab, mint condition. Call 307-689-1008 or 307-660-8212. 2004 Volkswagen Passat turbo, four cylinder, 150,000 miles, $3,000. 685-6968. 1999 Buick Regal LS, 119K miles, $2,975. 1994 Chevy Lumina van, very nice, $1,475. 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix, four door, $1,950. Trades considered. 307-682-7622.

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SNOWMOBILES

2011 Skidoo, 800 Etec, X package, 1,000 miles, black tonneau, 163” track, SLP pipe and can, $7,000. 406-210-9731, leave message.

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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. 1975 fuel injected 1600cc engine, new heater boxes, generator, 60K miles, heater boxes, new $750 engine and heater boxes. $1,000/ OBO. Call Jim 307-257-3277.

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WANT TO BUY Enclosed trailer. 307-696-5908.

2001 Dodge, 4x4, quad cab. Runs good, $2,800/ OBO. 682-0698.

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UTILITY TRAILERS

1990 Ford F250, extended cab, good tires, runs good, $1,795. Consider trades. 307-6827622.

2002 10’x5’ Enclosed Cargo Trailer, $2,000/ OBO. 307-689-9147.

2005 Ford Expedition XLT, 4WD, 82,000 miles, $9,500. 686-5113.

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

2006 Chevrolet 2500, 8.1 Allison crew cab, 141,000 miles, $8,500. 685-6968. 2002 Chevy Blazer, low miles. Call 680-4285.

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MOTORCYCLES

2007 VStar 650, $4,000. 2005 Triumph, $2,900. 307-680-4574.

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ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

2012 Yamaha Raptor 700R SE. 700 miles. $7,200 OBO. 299-0187.

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HOMES (LOCAL)

Three bedroom, 1-1/2 bath house with an almost 11,000-sq.ft. lot, new flooring in bathroom. Low heating costs, low taxes and double pane windows. Nice house. Asking $119,000. Call 299-6196 or 939-1253.

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HOMES (LOCAL)

FIRST TIME BUYERS ! Nice three bedroom homes with payments starting at $750.per month! ZERO down payment financing. Harry Kimbrough, RE/MAX Professionals, 307-680-8251 Visit www.HarryKimbrough.com. Two bedroom home. First $99,000. 407 South Brooks Avenue. 696-5908. MOVE UP BUYERS ! Nice upscale homes with payments starting at $1,500.per month! ZERO down payment financing for some! Harry Kimbrough, RE/MAX Professionals, 307-680-8251. Visit www.HarryKimbrough.com. FSBO: Four bedroom, two bath home on 20 acres, approximately 2,600-sq.ft. One bay shop with lots of storage, one large six stall barn, one small barn. All just minutes from town, 5200 Stone Trail Avenue just off Force Road. Asking $379,000. Call (h) 307-687-1143 or (c) 307-689-5642. Email: wybuffalo2@yahoo.com. Beautiful three car garage, three bedroom, 21/2 bath home on five wooded acres with option to buy, additional attached five acres near Keyhole, $335,000. 307-680-4039. 40 fenced acres with impeccable 1,900 square foot manufactured home, 28’x32’ garage and 40’x60’ barn. $244,900. Pat Avery Real Estate 307-660-2475.

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL)

20 acres with manufactured home and garage. $134,000. Pat Avery Real Estate, 307-6602475.

Mobile home for sale. Three bedroom, two bath. Owner will finance with a good down payment. $28,000. 307-257-4765, Zulma..

TH3 townhome, move in ready. Price reduced, $129,000. Home Team Associates, LLC. Donna Mae Jerred. 307-680-8757.

Mobile home for sale. 16’ wide, 2004 Redman. Rain gutters, 10x20 storage shed, asking $25,000. 307-680-3591. Located in Westside Trailer Court. Ready to

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL)

go. 14x65 Rushmore mobile home. Three bedroom, one bath, with 8x8 shed. Owner will finance with good down. Will take vehicle or camper for down payment. Call Jim at 307680-8542, Carol 307-680-7885 or the office 307-682-1885. Newer mobile homes for sale. Excellent condition, priced to sell! 307-680-0854. Contract for deed on five mobile homes. Please call 307-680-0854 for more information.

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MOBILE HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

Three bedroom, two bath, and 32x56 shop on five plus acres 14 miles from Wright off Hilight Road. $175,000. 307-680-1777. Pinehaven, 1981 doublewide on 1.14 acres, $75,900. Home Team Associates, LLC. Donna Mae Jerred, 307-680-8757.

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LOTS, ACREAGES

40 acres south of Wright, rural acreage, town water, subdivision opportunity, zoned residential/ commercial, utilities available. 307-2991799. 2-1/2 acres for lease on Hwy. 50, zoned I-1. 689-4606.

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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Pine Haven rental, four bedroom, two bath, two car detached garage with lots of storage. Pets okay. Call 307-299-9574.

25 unit mobile home park. Five park owned/ log house. Home Team Associates, LLC. $739,000. Home Team Associates, LLC. Donna Mae Jerred. 307-680-8757.

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MISC. REAL ESTATE

Will trade Gillette home and eastern Wyoming motel for Black Hills property. 696-5908.

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RENTAL HOMES

RENTAL HOMES

Spacious two bedroom duplex by Sunflower School. Garage, large yard, quiet. $890/ month. 660-2161. Spacious, remodeled, executive unit, three bedroom, two bath. $1,700 plus utilities. 6826266. $975 plus utilities. $975/ deposit. Four bedroom house, one year lease. No pets. References required. 686-0705.

Two bedroom, one bath mobile home, in the country. No smoking, $600/ month. 687-7406.

Moorcroft: Three bedroom, single car garage, $1,100/ month plus deposit. No pets, no smoking. 307-680-4536.

For rent in Moorcroft: Three bedroom, two bath mobile home. Some pets welcome, $650/ month, $500/ deposit. Call 307-756-2620 or 307-756-2621.

Enjoy relaxing country living from this front porch view in this adorable one bedroom home on working cattle ranch. Appliances, water, sewer and garbage included with rent. Includes woodburning stove. Located ten miles North of Gillette. Call 307-686-3606, please leave message.

Very large three bedroom, two bath doublewide. Fenced yard, most pets okay. 680-6274. 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.

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Three bedroom/one bath, $1,000. No pets. No smoking. 515-314-0613. Four bedroom, two bath home, $1,500/ month. Agent owned. 307-349-2018. Three bedroom, two bath house, double garage. Very clean. No pets/ smoking. 6820546.

RENTAL MOBILE HOMES

Two, three and four bedrooms for rent. 307680-2536 or 680-0854.

Two miles east of Wyodak, 16’x80’ three bedroom, two bath, washer/ dryer, $900/ month plus deposit and utilities. 682-1296.

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14x70, three bedroom, one bath, fenced yard, clean, washer/ dryer. Yours after one year lease, no pets. Nice community. Rent, $850, deposit, $800. 682-6930. Moorcroft, WY. Country living, two big fenced yards, three bedroom, two bath. Most pets allowed. New remodel. 307-756-2446.

Mobile Home Park. 33 mobile home spaces, six campers. 40x60 shop, 28x40 home. Seven acres. $1,000,000. Home Team Associates, LLC. Donna Mae Jerred. 307-680-8757.

Antelope Valley. Three bedrooms, no garage. No pets, no smoking, $1,500/ month. 307-6809621.

28 unit motel plus living quarters. $525,000. Home Team Associates, Donna Mae Jerred. 307-680-8757.

Available December 1: Three bedroom, two bath house, garage, pet negotiable. 307-7607021, leave message.

Three bedroom, furnish or unfurnished in Wright 307-464-0157.

Eastern Wyoming motel. Profitable business. Excellent building. 696-5908.

Two bedroom house in Moorcroft. $800/ month, small shop available. 307-680-1777.

Country living. For more information call or text 307-680-0854 or 307-680-2536.

THE ROCKIES’ LARGEST RV OUTFITTER

Nice two bedroom, one bath mobile home, with shed and yard. No pets, references required. 680-9440. Three bedroom trailer. For information call 660-5210.

Very nice and clean newly remodeled 1,200 sq.-ft., three bedroom, two bath duplex. Single car garage, central air conditioning, washer/ dryer hookups. No smoking, possibe small pets One year lease, $1,100/ month, $800/ deposit. 682-0902.

Three bedroom, two bath, 1,500-sq.ft. house on 21 fenced acres. Good pasture, $1,250/ month, $1,250/ deposit. 682-3672.

Three bedroom townhome, dual garage, $1,250/ month plus utilities; 9 or 12 month lease, no cats. Available 12/1/13. 307-2992814.

RENTAL MOBILE HOMES

In Upton: Three bedroom, two bath on private lot, $800. 680-1777.

APARTMENTS

One bedroom apartment, $500 plus utilities. No pets. Ask about our move in special. Call 660-9035. Convenient location, small furnished apartment with utilities, $500/ month. 307-622-2940. Three bedroom, $700 monthly, utilities included. 307-620-2167. MOVE IN SPECIAL: One month free rent! Recently remodeled, two bedroom, one bath. No smoking, no pets, $675 plus utilities and deposit. Call Ben Novotny at Prudential Preferred Properties, 660-1648.

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LARGE AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Starting at 9 a.m. We will be running 2 auction rings at one time - bring a bidding friend! This is one of the largest and highest quality auctions we have had in the last 10 years. It will be a complete day of many interesting and unique pieces of antiquity. FURNITURE Marble Top Walnut Dresser, Carved Nut Pulls, Mirror, Candle Shelves; 6 ft.. Tall Headboard Burled Walnut Victorian Bed, Ornately Carved; Walnut Marble Top 3 Drawer Chest w/Carved Pulls; Marble Top Dresser w/Mirror; Oak Table w/Glass Ball & Claw Feet; Oak Curved Glass China Cabinet w/Paw Feet; (Two) 3 Section Barrister Bookcases, one with Bottom Drawer; Oak Dresser w/Wishbone Mirror; Wicker Library Table; Small Wood & Glass Sterilizer Cabinet; Oak Stick and Ball Wall Cabinet w/Double Glass Doors; Oak Silver Server w/Lift Front Curved Glass Door; Large Oak Hall Tree w/Lift Lid Bench and Mirror; Oak Podium w/2 Drawers; Old Hickory Log Table; Ornate Carved Oak Murphy Bed complete with Weights; Iron Baby Crib; Oak Kitchen Cupboard Top w/ Spice Holder and Metal Bin; Wood Painted Plant Stand; Two Ladder Back Rocking Chairs; Leather Maroon Chair w/Brass Tacks; Maple Tea Cart; Small Painted Kitchen Drop Leaf Table w/2 Chairs; Oak Treadle Sewing Machine; Brass Table Lamp; Aladdin Lincoln Drape Lamp; Wood Base Table Lamp; Ladies Oak Rocker; Round Parlor Table; Mahogany Vanity; Oak Wall Telephone; 7 Hanging Globe Lights, from Masonic Hall in Buffalo, Wyo; Oak Upholstered Rocker; Oak 5 Drawer Serpentine Front Chest of Drawers; Painted 3 Drawer Wash Stand; Large Blanket Chest; 3 Oak Spindle Back Chairs w/Pressed Backs; Double Glass Door Bookcase w/Bottom Drawer; Mersman 2 Tier Stand w/ Brass Paw Feet; Lane Cedar Chest; 5 Drawer Dresser w/Mirror; White Metal 2 Door Ice Box; Two Wood Burning Parlor Stoves; Railroad Caboose Heating Stove; High Chair; 3 Burner Kerosene Stove; Wooden Double Rinse Tub Stand with Wringer.

PRIMITIVES AND COLLECTIBLES Blue & Gray Stoneware Crock Double Cooler w/Spigot; Unusual Tall 10 gallon Brown Crock w/Lid; (2) Orange Crush Soda Fountain Dispensers; 2 Piece Blue Pottery Jardinière with Grape Design; Large Oak Butter Churn on Stand; Copper Wash Boiler; 10 Boxes of Autumn Leaf Dishes; One Gallon Glass Butter Churn; Cream Cans; Lots of Medicine Bottles and Tins; Pottery Bowls; Stoneware Canning Jars; Hamilton Mantle Clock; Seth Thomas Walnut Shelf Clock w/Porcelain Face; Small, 12 Day Wall Clock; Thomas Edison Hand Cranked Cylinder Phonograph; “GM” Table Top Radio; Banded Oak Sugar Bucket; Dress Form; Cast Iron Parrot Door Stop; Flower Basket Door Stop; Red Wing Mugs; Case Pocket Knives; Framed Budweiser Print “Custer’s Last Stand”; Neon Pabst Blue Ribbon Sign; Wood Blue Ribbon Sign; (2) Lighted Budweiser Signs; Oval Mirror on Stand; Crocks; Trivets; Irons; Copper Tea Pot on Stand w/ Warmer; Photo Album w/Indian Cover; Indian Salt & Pepper; (2) George Dickel Whiskey Jugs & Flasks; Dickel Wooden Box; Sunbonnet Crib Quilt; Linens; Quilts; Egg Crate; Postcard Collection; Buxton Jewelry Box; Souvenir Spoons; Elk Ivories; Silver & Turquoise Ladies & Mens Watch Bands and Bracelets; Costume Jewelry; Singer Child’s Hand Crank Sewing Machine; Singer Marking Machine, Hand Crank; Small Copper Coffee Urn on Burner; Salesman Sample Kitchen Stove w/IXL on Oven Door; Eskimo Sled w/Dogs & People, Carving; Sheridan Inn Bank w/Book; Several Steamer Trunks; Picnic Basket for Model T Trunk; Black Memorabilia; Northwoods Carnival Glass Vase; Footed Glass Bowl (End of a Day); Large Wooden Keg; Square U.S.A. Skillet; Griswold Trivet; Griswold Skillet Collection including: #6 “710-C” - #8 “704-A” - #8 “704-Y” - #6 “699-D” - #5 “724-C” - #3 “709-B” ; Griswold Double Sided #8D Skillets, Nickel #1102 & #1103; Griswold Double Cast Iron #8C Skillet; Griswold #6 Griddle “909” that is 10”x21”; Wagner Skillets including: Three #8, One #10, #8 Deep Fryer Lid, One #5, Two #3, One 17” Double Wagner Griddle and 2 ½” Wagner Skillet; 7’x8’ Indian Rug.

DOLLS & TOYS Hinged Leather Body German Marked Doll, Floredora A-3-M w/Open Mouth; Painted Porcelain Face Doll, Closed Mouth and Blonde Hair in Blue Suit; Hinged Leather Body Porcelain Doll w/Original Clothes, Open Mouth, Teeth and Open Eyes; Germany Marked Doll w/Open Mouth, Teeth, Open Eyes in Pink Dress; (3) Assorted Size Tin Head Dolls; (8) Skokum Dolls in Various Sizes and a small Hopi Beaded Doll; Steiff “Super Molly” Bear; Steiff “Teddy Rose” Bear; Merry Thought 1986 Bear; Herman Original Teddy Bear; 1950’s Gong Bell Mgf. Wood Rocking Horse; Pull Toys; Kid’s Playing Cards; Alice in Wonderland 45 RPM Record Player; GI Joe Dolls; Train Set; Metal Truck; GI Joe Accessories; GI Joe Jeep; Beanie Babies, one has misspelled Name Tag; Erector Set; NFL Footballs, signed by Bart Starr, Elway & Drew Brees.

226 BOOKS AND ART 50 Years In The Saddle by Ricketts; 80 Local Western History Books; Approx. 20 Books on U.S. Marines; Approx. 25 Books on American Military History “All Wars”; Over 20 Books on Indian Wars History; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture “Diseases of The Horse and Disease of Cattle from The Henry Coffeen Library Collection; Twelve Courses in Agriculture (1915); WW II Ration Book w/Stamps; Western Paper Backs; For Itemized Listing on Books call 307-684-2793. Blackbirds Picture (Black Memorabilia); Some Very Old Pictures and Engravings; Ed Smyth Pencil Drawings, signed; 1980 J.K. Davis Oil “Green River Lake”; KLEIBERS INCLUDING: Custer Battlefield, Solitude Jenny Lake, Geese Crossing Wyoming, Snow On The Rockies 1932, Maligne Lake, Mead Creek Pond and more.

WESTERN COLLECTIBLES Black Parade Saddle, Breast Collar & Bridle, complete w/Tapaderos, 1940’s Vintage with Silver Trim; (3) Navajo Rugs; Turtle & Horse Beaded Umbilical Fetishes; James Mattas Saddle, Rawlins, WY; Men’s Western Saddle by Big Horn; Set of 6 Harness Hames; Small Pony Saddle; McClellan Army Saddle; Wyoming Territory B.I.A. Toe Tag; Branding Irons; Cowboy Photo of John Fleming, Sheridan, Wyoming; Bluecher size 4 or 5 Ladies Cowboy Boots w/High Under Slung Heels; Buerman Chased Drop Shank Spurs; Driving Gauntlet Gloves; Old “10 Gallon” Cowboy Hat, 1930’s; English Riding Saddle; Child’s Bear Hide Chaps; Thermometer w/Cowboy from Baggs, Wyo; Hamley Bat Wing Chaps w/Heart Conchos; Spring Wagon Seat on Base; Collection of Wyoming Arrowheads, Hammers & Axes.

COINS - AT 9:00 A.M. Indian Head Pennies; Approx. 15 Silver Dollars; Several Books of Buffalo Nickels; Proof Sets; V Nickels; Paper Money; Book of Wheat Pennies; Silver Dimes.

FIREARMS – AMMO – MOUNTS Hamilton “Model 7” Boy’s Rifle, Skeleton Frame, 22 caliber; Savage “Model 99” Rifle, 30 caliber; Double Barrel 12 ga. Breakopen Shotgun, Rabbit Ears; Bolt Action Italian Rifle, 7.62 caliber; J. Stevens Bicycle Single Shot Pistol, .32 Short Colt Center Fire; Marlin “Model 30AW” Lever Action Rifle, 30-30 caliber; Springfield “Model 1899” rifle, 30-40 KRAG caliber; Colt Woodsman Semi Auto Pistol, 22 caliber w/Holster; Browning “Goldhunter” 12 ga. Shotgun, Semi Automatic; J. Stevens “Model 520-30”, 12 ga. Shotgun; Iver Johnson Nickel Plated Revolver, Pearl Grips, .32 caliber; Thompson Center Arms .54 caliber Cap & Ball Rifle; Naxton Double Barrel Shotgun, Damascus Barrels, Rabbit Ear Hammers and Engraved; Winchester “Model 70” Rifle, DeLuxe, Mgf. 1948 w/Bushnell Scope and Sling; Winchester “Model 52” Bolt Action Rifle, .22 caliber w/Scope; Winchester “Model 1892” Lever Action Rifle, 357 mag.; Marlin “Model 80” Rifle, .22 caliber, Bolt Action; U.S. Marked Custom Bolt Action Rifle, 7.62 MM caliber; Winchester “Model 1873 Rifle, Repaired Stock, 32 W.C.F. caliber; Winchester “Model 85 Rifle, Alaskan Scope, 30-06 Govt. caliber; Winchester “Model 1894” Rifle, 30 W.C.F. caliber; Winchester “Model 70” Feather Weight Rifle, Scope, 30-06 caliber; Browning Semi Auto Rifle, 300 Win. Mag. caliber, Weaver Scope; Leather Saddle Scabbard; Case of Alliant Smokeless Powder for Small Arms; Box of .32 SW Shells; WILDLIFE MOUNTS: Large Bison Shoulder Mount; (2) Large Elk Mounts; Large Mule Deer Mount, very wide; Whitetail Mounts; Antelope; Cape Buffalo; Water Buffalo; African Jazel; Tanned Buffalo Hide; and more.

1970 Buick “Electra 225” Convertible Car, Approx. 70,000 miles -- to sell at 1:00 p.m.

AUCTION HELD AT JOHNSON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS - BUFFALO, WYOMING BRANNIAN AUCTION, LLC BUFFALO, WY (307) 684-2793 • www.brannianauction.com Terms: Cash, Check or Visa/MasterCard with ID – All items sell as is where is – Not responsible for accidents or theft – All announcements take precedence over all printed material. Shell Creek Clerking – Lunch by Angela


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APARTMENTS

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. Kendrick apartments ,two bedroom, $825/ month, all utilities included. Call Josh McGrath, 680-5064 or Steve Laakso, 680-4956, ERA Boardwalk Real Estate Inc. Two bedroom, one bath apartment, $750/ month, utilities included. No smoking, no pets. Call 307-359-1588. Two bedroom. So clean and available now. Call anytime, 686-6488. Three bedroom apartment, $700/ month, $500/ deposit. You pay utilities. No pets. 680-6298. Fully furnished one bedroom apartments. Weekly/ monthly. All utilities including Wi-Fi paid. 307-682-3665. Large two bedroom, basement apartment, no pets, references required. 680-9440. Good condition: Two bedroom, one bath, garage, washer/ dryer. No pets. $675/ month plus utilities. Call Pat Avery Real Estate, 6602475. Three bedroom, one bath, coin operated laundry, water and garbage included. Agent owned. 307-349-2018. $400 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.

Letters to Santa We’ve talked to Santa’s elves at the North Pole and they have asked for our help to get all of your letters to him. Write your wish list in the form below and mail it with a picture of yourself. Look in the Gillette News Record, Sunday, Dec. 15 and see if your letter to Santa is printed. Hurry before time runs out!

One bedroom, utilities paid, $600/ month. 307756-2431. Several two bedroom apartments for rent. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. at 307-682-0964 for more details. Beautifully updated quiet two bedroom, one bath apartment with concrete walls and floors. Close to downtown, Walmart and Library. Only pay electric. NO PETS. 307-220-0237 or prm.short@gmail.com One, two and three bedrooms, $375 and up. Clean and quiet. Six month lease. No pets. 686-0705. Two bedroom apartment with unfurnished basement and one car garage. Some pets okay, $850. 307-680-1777.

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ROOMS FOR RENT

Low weekly rates available at the Super 8 Motel. 307-6828078. Private furnished rooms, full kitchens, WiFi. Starting at $150/ week, $75 deposit. Sunset Inn, 307-682-4047. Furnished rooms, starting at $150/ week. 307756-2431.

Kid’s Name:_________________________

Age:____________

Room for rent, share house. 307-622-7131.

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MOBILE HOME SPACES

Prairie Rose Mobile Home Park. New spaces available and going fast. Call or stop by today, 682-1350, 1615 Arizona Street. FOOTHILLS MOBILE HOME PARK, conveniently located family mobile home park. Single or doublewide spaces. Two months free rent for newly approved applicants. 307-6828300. Mobile home space. For information call 6605210. Small lot downtown. 680-4348. Ready to go for your mobile home or RV. In Moorcroft, $325, includes water, sewer and garbage. Call Milt, 307-622-7800.

Parents: Letters and photos must be received by 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25. We do not guarantee all letters will be published, but all letters are forwarded to Santa at the North Pole. Please write letter in pen. Mail to: Letters to Santa c/o Gillette News Record P.O. Box 3006 Gillette, WY 82717

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OFFICE, RETAIL SPACE

Immediate occupancy, 1,170 sq-ft executive location, off-street parking, low utilities, remodeled. 682-4721. 1,980 square foot with two offices, reception and conference room with two overhead doors to warehouse. 307-682-8485 or 686-6025.

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STORAGE

042

PETS

Forever Faithful Pet Crematory, Gillette, WY. Corinne, 660-1134; Rita, 680-0316. AKC Chihuahuas, three months, blue female, $400, cream male, $300. 605-456-1919. Ten pure bred Labrador puppies. $400.firm. Serious buyers only. 970-372-8949. German Shepherd puppies, $500. 660-6237.

*ANYTIME STORAGE* $1 first month,.any size. 682-6266. Southern Drive Self Storage. Located 1/2 mile West of Highway 59 on Southern Drive. 307-685-2888. www.gillettestorage.com. RV, boat, toy storage available. Call 307-6823653. Beacon Self Storage, 686-9729. New units. 1375 Southern Drive. AA Fenced Storage, 12x40, 1307 Southern Drive. 307-257-2047. Ward Country Storage. First month free through December. Call 682-1418 for appointment, located off Southern Drive.

031

ROOMMATES WANTED

Clean, quiet, non-smoking roommate wanted. 682-1337.

033

RENTAL COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Rent a small shop and get your winter projects inside. 689-7415 or 660-0806. 8, 750 sq.-ft. shop, five acres fenced, four offices. 680-4348.

Adorable kittens with shots, $30. 307-6222940.

043

LIVESTOCK

Free range turkeys. You butcher, $25. Big! 686-6443. Nice, virgin Rambouillet yearling rams. Open faces, fine wool, good size, gene and B. Ovis tested. Reasonably priced. McDonald 307856-1802.

044

FARM, RANCH EQUIPMENT

1996 Case 8580 rectangular baler, 4x8’s. 2998765, 701-690-0052. Skidsteer snow and dirt buckets. Bucket/ grapple combos, pellet forks and many other attachments available. 701-391-0758 or 307685-6311.

045

FEED & HAY

Shop for rent, utilities paid, $800/ month. 307756-2431.

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

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

Whirlpool Carbrio matching washer/ dryer set, HE, less than four years old. Asking $1,000 for both, will not sell separate. 307-686-2062 or 307-670-2345.

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

FIRE WOOD. Wally Wood Pine - cut and split. Free saw dust Aladdin, WY 307-896-2284. Firewood, dry, $140/ cord. 307-622-7131. Firewood split/ delivered $160 cord credit/ debit accepted, 307-465-2258. Firewood for sale. 307-629-0804, 307-6291514. Dry pine firewood for sale at wholesale prices, $60/ chord. 14 miles west of Hulett. 307-4675668. Scrap wood firewood, $15 a load. 680-8617. Firewood in Upton, $100/ cord, delivery available. 307-272-7892

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SPORTING GOODS

Attention deer and elk hunters! Petska Fur making mid November run. Buying or trading gloves for deer, elk hides, antler and fur. WWW.petskafur.net 308-750-0700.

042

PETS Rabbits for sale. 680-5501.

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Al Cameron Trucking. Hay for sale, first and second cutting alfalfa. Also grass mix hay. 406853-1095, Miles City, MT. Mix hay, large rounds, 1,500-lb. average. Located five miles South on Hwy. 59. Call 307680-6124.

FIREWOOD, COAL, FUEL

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Big round and small squares. 685-0778.

Kenmore top loading high efficiency washer, like new, $350. 686-0403.

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Happy Holidays!

Stalls and paddocks for rent. Full service available. 1-307-680-0632.

Alfalfa grass mix, small square bales. Stored in shed, Hulett, Wyoming 307-467-5663.

HOME APPLIANCES

May the Joys of the Season be Yours, Now and throughout the New Year.

Want to buy horses. Cash paid on the spot. 307-464-1111 or 307-680-5900.

Drive through 40x70 shop on one acre plus. Office, bathroom and new gas furnace. Coal heat option. Please call 660-7135.

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AUCTIONS

Don't miss the

New Life Wesleyan 38 Annual th

Community Craft Show

Saturday, November 23, 1 pm at the Rozet Bar Benefit Auction for Min Rigler. .45 Single Action Pistol, Crocket WWII Bit, Silver Mounts Spurs, Antiques, Livestock, Art, Gift Certificates, much more! Call 6820700 or 670-0404 for more information or to donate. Cash donations welcome.

050

WANT TO BUY

Looking to buy used appliances in great, working order. We need washers, dryers, refrigerators and stoves. Please email pictures or your phone number to sunshinerp@collinscom.net.

052

MISC. MERCHANDISE

New 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314. High efficiency OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler burns less wood. 25 year warranty. Mountain Pines Construction LLC, 605-423-8113.

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Priced to Sell Liquor and Lounge, full liquor license, $350,000. Home Team Associates, LLC. Donna Mae Jerred. 307-680-8757.

Friday, Dec. 6 • 5 - 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7 • 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Cam-plex Wyoming Center Gillette, WY 180 Booths of arts & crafts representing Artisans and Crafters from a 10 state area.

Santa, Craft Show Shopping Bucks & Concessions!


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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Are you seeking financial prosperity and freedom? Find out how others right here in Gillette are making $10,000 to $40,000 a month. Change your life! Let our team of business partners show you how. Call for your appointment today. 307-689-8570.

057

CHILD CARE

Licensed childcare available. 307-363-3680.

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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. On The Level Construction, LLC. Kitchen, bath and remodel specialists. 307-689-8637.

Four full-time openings for home daycare. Western Way Subdivision across from Buffalo Ridge. 307-680-7948.

059

LAWN CARE

Raking leaves, yard cleanup, tree trimming, hauling unwanted items. 307-299-8765.

060

CLEANING House cleaning. Call Sandra, 660-1617.

Home Management Services. Professional residential, commercial and construction cleaning. Reasonable rates. 307-660-5686, www.hmscleans.com. Tired of cleaning your home or just don’t have the time. Call 307-257-0635.

062

CONSTRUCTION

CONSTRUCTION

Sparks Concrete Lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010,. 605-209-6720. sparksconcretelifting.com.

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

Simply Drywall, 307-299-0061. RAISLEY PAINTING, LLC. Remodels, new construction. Since 1994. Call Travis Raisley for free estimate. 15% off winter interior special. A BRUSH ABOVE THE COMPETITION. 307-6703292.

063

MISC. SERVICES Storm cleanup. 307-660-1508.

Singing telegrams and clowns for all occasions. Just Clowning Around, 307-682-3394.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

063

MISC. SERVICES

AIR DUCT CLEANING. Chimney sweep services, dryer vents. Call 686-1267. Gillette HANDYMAN. 680-6169 www.gillettehandyman.com. Home Repair and Handyman, window and siding replacement. 30+ years experience. Call David, 307-686-4038 or 307-670-4143. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. I will remove non-running vehicles from your property for free. 307-620-5860 or EMAIL: redcloud@trcable.tv Tree Trimming/ Removal. Certified Arborists. No job too big or small! Experienced, licensed, bonded, insured. Owner operated for 13 years. Top Notch Tree Service 970-556-5000. Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. CY Bookkeeping. Quickbooks for small businesses servicing all your bookkeeping needs including quarterly reports. 670-8261.

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STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED

ADOPTION: Childless, loving couple pray to adopt. Stay at home mom, successful dad, great dogs and devoted grandparents. Legally allowed expenses paid. Bill and Debbie, 800311-6090. WESTERN STAR POST FRAME BUILDINGS - 30x32x10 - $7,364.00, 36x48x12 - $11,347, 40x64x14 - $16,032, 50x72x16 - $22,482. Complete material packages with instructions. Experienced and insured crews available. 1800-658-5565. SAWMILLS from only $4,897.00? MAKE AND SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill? Cut lumber any dimension. In stock, ready to ship. FREE Info/DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com

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STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED

1-800-578-1363, Ext.300N. WORLAND HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER is seeking compassionate, motivated and skilled RNs or LPNs. Competitive salary and benefits. Call Kristen or Carol, 307-347-4285. Drug free workplace, EOE. EARN $500 A DAY: Insurance agents needed; Leads, no cold calls. Commissions paid daily, lifetime renewals. Complete training, health/dental insurance. Life license required. Call 1-888-713-6020. WHAT’S YOUR GOVERNMENT UP TO? Find out for yourself! Review public notices printed in all of Wyoming’s newspapers! Visit www.wyopublicnotices.com or www.publicnoticeads.com/wy 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.

Word Games for Kids: Words in Words You can sometimes make words using the letters in a larger word. For example, from the word “tube” you can make “be,” “bet,” “but,” and “tub.” Now onto a harder one: how many words can you make from the words “magic wand?” (Hint: we found 42.) Answers: Acid, ad, again, aid, aim, am, amid, an, and, cad, can, caw, cawing, dam, dawn, dig, dim, din, ding, gad, gain, gin, gnaw, in, macaw, mad, maid, man, mania, maniac, manic, maw, mind, nag, wad, wading, wag, wan, wig, win, wind, wing.

Campbell County Senior Center

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

Lunches Wed., Nov. 20: Spaghetti, 3 Way Vegetables, Salad, Garlic Toast, Strawberry Pretzel Dessert. Thurs., Nov. 21: Parmesan Chicken, Red Potatoes, Corn Salad, Dinner Roll, Brownie. Fri., Nov. 22:

Meatloaf, Macaroni & Cheese, Mixed Vegetables, Dinner Roll, Pineapple Upside Down Cake.

Mon., Nov. 25: Chicken Breast, Rice Pilaf, Glazed Carrots, Fruit, Cookie. Tues., Nov. 26: Tator Tot Casserole, Tossed Salad, Garlic Toast, Dump Cake.

1206 S. Douglas Hwy • 682-4468. Mon-Fri 6-6 • Sat 7- Noon • Sun 10-4

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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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, November 20 – Tuesday, November 26 WEDNESDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. THURSDAY 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. TEEN MINECRAFT CLUB, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. FAMILIES & JAMMIES, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. MUSIC PROGRAM, 6:30 p.m., third-fourth graders, Pronghorn Elementary. MUSIC PROGRAM, 6:30 p.m., first grade, Sunflower Elementary school gym. TEEN ANIME CLUB, 7 p.m.,

Campbell County Public Library. FRIDAY FESTIVAL OF TREES, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Cam-plex Energy Hall. UP IN ARMS GUN SHOW, 3-7 p.m., Cam-plex Central Pavilion. SYBARITE5, 7-9 p.m., string quintet from New York, Cam-plex Heritage Center. PLANETARIUM, 7-8 p.m., laser show “Zeppelin,” Sage Valley Junior High School. SATURDAY FESTIVAL OF TREES, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Cam-plex Energy Hall. FESTIVAL IN THE PINES, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Pine Haven’s Mall. UP IN ARMS GUN SHOW, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cam-plex Central Pavilion. TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 10 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. HOLIDAY PHOTO WITH THE GRINCH, noon to 5 p.m., Thunder Basin Veterinary Clinic. 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 “The Nature of Science,” and 7-8 p.m., sky tonight, Sage Valley Junior High School. RINGWARS, 7-10 p.m., MMA fighting, Wyoming Center Equality Hall at Cam-plex. SUNDAY FESTIVAL OF TREES, 1-5 p.m., Cam-plex Energy Hall. UP IN ARMS GUN SHOW, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Cam-plex Central Pavilion. MONDAY TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. HENRY AND MUDGE, 6:30-8 p.m., Cam-plex Heritage Center. STATE DRAMA PERFORMANCE, 7 p.m., Wright Town Hall. MUSIC PROGRAM, 7 p.m., Buffalo Ridge, Conestoga, Meadowlark,

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TUESDAY 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. ADULT GAME NIGHT, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. STATE DRAMA PERFORMANCE, 7 p.m., Wright Town Hall. BENEFIT FOR STU HUETTL, 7 p.m., $75 each for a five-course meal, Skyline Grille, 661-3735329. 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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Quotations: Harvest Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. – Robert Louis Stevenson Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later. – Og Mandino Striving for success without hard work is like trying to harvest where you haven’t planted. – David Bly We must give more in order to get more. It is the generous giving of ourselves that produces the generous harvest. – Orison Swett Marden It is not always granted to the sower to live to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith. – Albert Schweitzer Now is the accepted time, not tomorrow, not some more convenient season. It is today that our best work can be done and not some future day or future year. It is today that we ďŹ t ourselves for the greater usefulness of tomorrow. Today is the seed time, now are the hours of work, and tomorrow comes the harvest and the playtime. – W.E.B. Du Bois It is impossible you should take true root but by the fair weather that you make yourself; it is needful that you frame the season of your own harvest. – William Shakespeare The law of harvest is to reap more than you sow. Sow an act, and you reap a habit. Sow a habit, and you reap a character. Sow a character, and you reap a destiny. – James Allen

Unforgettable memories

Quotations: Zeal Through zeal, knowledge is gotten; through lack of zeal, knowledge is lost. Let a man who knows the double path of gain and loss thus place himself that knowledge may grow. – Buddha Experience shows that success is due less to ability than to zeal. The winner is he who gives himself to his work body and soul. – Charles Buxton Zeal is a volcano, the peak of which the grass of indecisiveness does not grow. – Kahlil Gibran It takes courage to be considered at times as a little too zealous. – F.D. Van Amburgh Zeal without knowledge is ďŹ re without light. – Thomas Henry Huxley Don’t bunt. Aim out of the ballpark. – David Ogilvy Whether zeal or moderation be the point we aim at, let us keep ďŹ re out of the one and frost out of the other. – Joseph Addison Zeal without humanity is like a ship without a rudder, liable to be stranded at any moment. – Owen Felltham Never let your zeal outrun your charity. The former is but human, the latter is divine. – Hosea Ballou

Gillette Advertiser Weather Report Gillette's Five Day Forecast

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Snow Possible 35 / 14

Snow Possible 28 / 13

Mostly Sunny 35 / 16

Sunny 38 / 25

Sunny 48 / 29

Last Week’s Almanac & Growing Degree Days Date High 11/11 31 11/12 61 11/13 60 11/14 49 11/15 51 11/16 46 11/17 44

Low 23 25 35 28 21 20 19

Normals 44/22 43/21 43/21 42/21 42/20 41/20 41/20

Precip 0.02" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" 0.01"

Farmer's Growing Degree Days Date Degree Days Date Degree Days 11/11 0 11/15 0 11/12 0 11/16 0 11/13 0 11/17 0 11/14 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

Did the ring bearer sit on the cake? Did dad get teary-eyed during the father-daughter dance? We want you to share your special moments in the 2014 Wedding Planner’s photo gallery. Send your photos to: Wedding photos, C/O the Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717, drop off at 1201 W. 2nd Street or email to newsad@vcn.com. Photos must include couple’s name, wedding date, where the photo was taken and what is happening. Weddings must have occurred between Nov. 2012 and Oct. 2013.

Photos must be received by Friday, Nov. 22* *Photos will be chosen at random, not all photos guaranteed to run.

Peak Times AM PM 3:49-5:49 4:19-6:19 4:33-6:33 5:03-7:03 5:16-7:16 5:46-7:46

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Sun/Moon Chart Last 11/25

New 12/2

Day Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue

Sunrise 7:05 a.m. 7:07 a.m. 7:08 a.m. 7:09 a.m. 7:10 a.m. 7:11 a.m. 7:13 a.m.

Sunset 4:30 p.m. 4:29 p.m. 4:28 p.m. 4:27 p.m. 4:27 p.m. 4:26 p.m. 4:26 p.m.

Today's Local UV Index

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

Moonrise 7:15 p.m. 8:10 p.m. 9:06 p.m. 10:04 p.m. 11:03 p.m. No Rise 12:04 a.m.

Moonset 9:32 a.m. 10:14 a.m. 10:50 a.m. 11:23 a.m. 11:52 a.m. 12:20 p.m. 12:48 p.m.

First 12/9

Full 12/17

Weather Trivia What is the world’s record for rainfall in one minute?

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StarWatch By Gary Becker - Comet ISON: Hit or Miss? The next few weeks hold the promise of becoming one of the great observational periods for astronomy in the 21st century. That may seem too great a claim to be made this early in just 2013, but astronomers have been watching Comet ISON rapidly brighten as it heads inward towards a Thanksgiving Day HQFRXQWHU ZLWK WKH VXQ ,621 VWDQGV IRU WKH ,QWHUQDWLRQDO 6FLHQWLĂ€F 2SWLFDO 1HWZRUN ORFDWHG QHDU .LVORYRGVNDVSDFLW\EHWZHHQWKH%ODFN6HDDQG&DVSLDQ6HD8VLQJDLQFKUHĂ HFWRURQ6HSWHPEHU 9LWDOL1HYVNLRI%HODUXVDQG$UW\RP1RYLFKRQRNRI5XVVLDĂ€UVWLPDJHGWKHLQWHUORSHUEXWSUHGLVFRYHU\SKRWRV were found to exist as far back as late November of 2011. What makes Comet ISON so interesting is that it is a sungrazer. It will pass the sun at only 724,000 miles from its surface, causing the sun’s energy to “boilâ€? away a substantial amount of itself in the days prior to and after its closest approach. There are two possible scenarios to the ISON story. One is the comet will simply evaporate in the hellish million degree environs of the sun’s corona because the nucleus of ISON, the origin point for the tails and other features which a comet possesses, is not very big, only three quarters of a mile in diameter at its greatest, according to Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescope measurements. If the comet disintegrates, we see nothing. Situation two is that ISON makes it around the sun and into our northern hemispheric morning sky. On November 29 around dawn, the ESE may have a long gossamer spike projecting up from the horizon, the tail of a great comet. The head of ISON should become completely visible about an hour before dawn between the 4th and 6th of December. By Christmas, ISON will be visible all night, much higher in the sky, but much diminished in brightness; but still probably an object visible to the unaided eye. More about ISON next week‌ www.astronomy.org


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Darcy Acord to speak at CCPL

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Darcy Lipp-Acord, a newly published local author, will speak at CCPLS on Sunday, Nov. 24. Acord, CCPLS Young Adult Librarian, will host “Circling Back Home: Writing Memoir” from 1-3 p.m. and a book signing starting at 3 p.m. This event if free and open to the public. From Linda Hasselstrom’s blog: “Circling Back Home is the story of one woman, at a time when values of home, family, and care of the land seem increasingly absent, looking to her past to create a life of significance for her family. Her search takes her back to the prairie of her grandmothers, who survived personal hardships and lived off what the land provided....Written over ten years, these essays compose a picture of endurance and grace as the author addresses her history and finds her way home. “The granddaughter of immigrants, Darcy Lipp-Acord grew up in Timber Lake, South Dakota, on a farm where three generations of her family have lived. She now resides on a ranch near the Montana-Wyoming border with her husband, Shawn, and their six children. Darcy graduated from Carroll College in Helena, Montana, and taught high school in Montana and Wyoming. Her essays have appeared in anthologies including Woven on the Wind, Crazy Woman Creek, and My Heart’s First Steps. She won Wyoming Arts Council’s Neltje Blanchan Doubleday Award for women writers.”

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Has science figured out a cat’s purr yet?

Cats purr when “contented” but also when injured or in pain, says the online Mad Scientist Network. Maybe purring is a sort of mantra, “a relaxing, self-comforting sound and a friendly moodconveying signal,” says the “Encyclopedia Britannica.” It’s not exactly a vocalization (cats have many). Rather the vocal cords open and close 25 times per second or so, causing vibrations felt throughout the cat’s body and the bodies of her snuggly kittens - perhaps acting as a bond, suggests Tulane University biomedical engineer David Rice. There’s actually a “purring center” in the brain, activated by stress and other conditions. One may liken purring to smiling in humans: Usually we smile when happy, elaborates Rice, but we recognize the grimace of pain as well as the sardonic grin as conditions where the smile muscles are used for reasons other than happiness. “Additional fun fact: The domestic cat can purr while vocalizing, giving its voice sound a whirring character.”

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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 “a” may be changed to an “x” and every “z” may be substituted by an “m.” For example: Puzzle: EZRW RW VF GSVTNCG XH V YDLNEXJDVT. Solution: THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A CRYPTOGRAM. Here, every “w” represents the letter “s,” every “e” represents the letter “t,” and so on. Letters are never substituted with themselves. You solve a cryptogram with a trial and error process, guessing the letters as you go. And as with most puzzles, practice makes perfect! Q ZEFT XQC NRYLX RU DO JRRS ENN QU E SRA. AZTU Q IR RBK, Q NRYL TFTSO RKZTS RUT. Q VQIBST UR DEKKTS ZRA NRUI XRDTGRJO XKEUJX KZTST HQYLQUI KZT NRYLX, KZTO EST ENAEOX NRYLQUI KZSTT. – TNEOUT GRRXNTS Hint: T=E Solution: I have six locks on my door all in a row. When I go out, I lock every other one. I figure no matter how long somebody stands there picking the locks, they are always locking three. – Elayne Boosler

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This Month in History November 22 - 1718 - Blackbeard the Pirate was killed during a fight at sea. 1859 - “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,” by Charles Darwin, was published in London. 1935 - A Pan American Martin 130 called the “China Clipper” began regular transPacific mail service, flying from San Francisco to Manila, Philippines. 1963 - President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. 1990 - Margaret Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister of England, ending the longest holding of this position in the 20th century. November 23 - 1835 - The patent for a horseshoe manufacturing machine was issued. 1859 - Billy the Kid was born in New York City. 1893 - Harpo Marx, one of the famed Marx Brothers, was born in New York. 1919 - The first play-by-play football game radio broadcast in the U.S. took place as Texas A&M defeated the University of Texas. 1936 - The illustrated magazine, “Life,” debuted with the first cover depicting a doctor slapping a baby above the caption, “Life Begins.” November 24 - 1859 - Charles Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection” was published in England. 1874 - A patent was issued to Joseph Glidden for his invention of barbed wire. 1888 - American inspirational lecturer and author of “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” Dale Carnegie was born in Maryville, Missouri. 1991 - After almost 100 years of military presence in the Philippines, the last contingent of U.S. Marines left when the Philippine Senate voted to reject a renewal of the lease of military bases on the island. November 25 - 1914 - Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder Joe DiMaggio was born in Martinez, California. 1952 - “The Mousetrap,” a murder-mystery authored by Agatha Christie, opened at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, going on to become the longest continuously running play in history, with over 20,000 performances. 1960 - John F. Kennedy, Jr. was born in Washington, D.C. 1973 - A presidential order requiring speed limits to be cut from a maximum of 70 mph to 55 mph was issued. November 26 - 1716 - The first lion was exhibited in the U.S. 1789 - The first American holiday was celebrated when President George Washington proclaimed it Thanksgiving Day. 1922 - Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon first entered the tomb of King Tutankhamen in Egypt. 1922 - Charles Schulz, creator of the “Peanuts” comic strip, was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1942 - The movie, “Casablanca,” premiered in New York City. 1956 - TV’s longest-running daily game show, “The Price is Right,” premiered on television. 1992 - Prime Minister John Major announced that Britain’s monarch, Queen Elizabeth, had decided to begin paying taxes on her personal income. November 27 - 1095 - Pope Urban II ordered the first Crusade, calling for all Christians in Europe to go to war against the Muslims in the Holy Land. 1924 - The first Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade was held on a two-mile stretch of Broadway from Central Park West to Herald Square. 1940 - Bruce Lee, actor and martial artist, was born in San Francisco, California. 1942 - American musician and songwriter Jimi Hendrix was born in Seattle, Washington. 1960 - Right wing Gordie Howe of the Detroit Red Wings became the first player in National Hockey League history to score 1,000 regular-season points by tallying an assist in a 2-0 Red Wings victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs. November 28 - 1520 - Explorer Ferdinand Magellan of Portugal passed through the strait at the southern tip of South America. 1582 - William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway in Stratford-upon-Avon. 1925 - The Grande Ole Opry debuted on radio. 1967 - Anna Nicole Smith was born Vickie Lynn Hogan in Houston, Texas.

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Thanksgiving is a perfect time to continue all the wonderful traditions your family has shared over the years. It can also be a great time to start a new tradition. These ideas can help your family have fun in a unique way while still preserving your cherished traditions.

Five year old Timmy was complaining that his stomach hurt. His mother said, “Well that is because your stomach is empty. You’ll feel better when you have something in it.�

Have fun with breakfast. Everyone focuses on the main event, the Thanksgiving dinner, but having a ritual for breakfast can be nice too. Whether it is eating donuts while watching a parade, having a potluck breakfast buffet, or even dropping off homemade cinnamon rolls to all your neighbors, adding in some traditions for the start of the day can make it special. Dress up your table with neglected items. If you have linens you’ve never pulled out or servingware you received as a wedding gift, but never used, this is the time to put them all to good use. If you have let nice pieces languish because you did not know the best time to use them, use them for your Thanksgiving table. Then each year, you can pull those special pieces out, knowing they have a tradition attached to them.

That evening, Timmy’s father came home from work and said that he had a severe headache all day. Timmy jumped up and said, “I know why that is. It is because your head is empty. You’ll feel better when you have something in it.�

Gordon Korman to speak at CCPL Award-winning author Gordon Korman will be visiting CCSD junior high schools Nov. 18-22. Korman will host an evening discussion in the CCPL Teen Room on Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. Korman is the author of several Soaring Eagle Book Award favorites and has written approx. 70 humorous or suspenseful middle grade and young adult novels. His stories are a combination of real life and pure imagination. “I always start off with something real, but then unleash my imagination to make it more exciting, funnier, or a better story,� says the author. This event is paid for with a Campbell County Community Public Recreation District grant.

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Gillette College is recruiting part-time bus drivers to safely transport our students. If you are enthusiastic, outgoing and possess a Class C Commercial Driver's License with a Passenger endorsement, we have an opportunity for you. Hours vary by event. Includes out of state driving with overnight stays. Compensation is competitive. If you would like more information, please contact Tiffany Strain at 307-686-0254 ext 1440. The Great Escape Salon is looking to add a Stylist and Nail Tech to the team. Will be booth rental. Call Amanda Lind at 307660-1288 if interested. We are currently looking for an Accountant. Full Charge Bookkeeper. The best candidate for this excellent opportunity will be highly organized, detail oriented, and able to work under pressure. Experience with QuickBooks, Excel and Microsoft Office are required. The responsibilities of this position include full cycle Accounts Receivable including Collections and Billing as well as full cycle Accounts Payable. Processing payroll, payroll tax reporting, multiple bank reconciliation’s and record keeping are also important aspects of this position. The candidate should have at least three years of experience as an accountant with knowledge and understanding for the energy and trucking industries. Send resume to Blind Box 762, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717. We are in need of one additional driver. Must have CDL, one year driving experience and able to pass a drug test. Please call 685-2556 to set up an interview. Bartender/ wait person. Full or part-time. Must be flexible. Must be 21 years or older. Send resume to Blind Box 680, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. 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. CDL driver with air brakes needed. Apply at TSI, 510 North Limestone. 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. CDL driver, Class A, with experience. Medical and 401K benefits. 685-1818.

Kissack Water & Oil is a 64 year old oilfield service company in Rozet, Wyoming. We are currently seeking CDL Drivers with Class A or B & Tank Endorsements. Must have or be able to get Hazardous Endorsement. • Hourly Wage D.O.E. Approx. 65K Annually • Employee Health, Dental and Life Insurance Provided • Rotating Schedule • 401K Plan • Paid Vacation After 1 Year

800-682-9026 • janel@kissackinc.com


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Project Estimator Gillette, Wyoming Northland Industrial Specialties, llc encourages you to be a part of our innovative and expanding company, providing quality service to the energy industry. Our reputable team is seeking a Project Estimator to create estimates based on company guidelines and effectively apply our methodology Applicants need to be a team member with an enthusiastic, energetic, and self motivated work ethic. Must be proficient in Computer usage, Microsoft Office, and QuickBooks .Mechanically inclined with general knowledge of pump system assembly, shop welding and fabricating, and have estimating experience. Competitive wage dependent upon experience, plus medical/ dental/ life insurance, vacation, and paid holidays. Valid driver’s license, clean driving record, and preemployment drug screening required. Equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace. Send resume to jobs@nisprocess.com or call 307-682-2063. Hiring supervisors and cleaners with great attitude and reliable transportation. 307-660-8201, hmscleans.com. Campbell County Fire Department in Gillette, Wyoming is seeking a Financial Specialist. This position is responsible assigned financial activities while complying with standard accounting procedures; providing responsible financial assistance to the comptroller. Two years of college or specialized training in accounting, bookkeeping or a related field as well as three to four years’ experience in encumbrance and governmental accounting, budget preparation, and management is required. Starting wage for this position is $20.92- $25.10 per hour DOE and includes a comprehensive benefit package. Closing date is November 25th, 2013 at 5p.m. Campbell County Fire Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If interested please send application, cover letter and resume to: Campbell County Fire Department, Attn: Donna Crippen, 106 Rohan Ave Gillette, WY 82716 307-682-5319. dcrippen@ccfire.us Applications can be found at www.ccfire.us Looking for experienced rig hands and roustabouts. Competitive wages DOE. Insurance after 60 days. CDL plus, preemployment drug screening. 307-299-8718. Freight delivery driver. Class A with Hazmat (mandatory), clean MVR and background, minimum age 25. Competitive wages and benefits. Monday-Friday, home by 6pm, occasional Saturday, 35-50 hours per week. Apply in person at NPT, 800 Axel Avenue, Gillette. No phone calls please. Maintenance Tech needed at Mountain View Apartments. Apply online at www.csmcorp.net/careers. Temporary day laborers needed. Needs to be hard working and reliable. Call 307-622-0551 or 307-696-0820. 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. Looking for experienced oilfield roustabout pushers. Tank battery building experience preferred. CDL necessary. Great pay and benefits. Send resume to Double Z Production, LLC, PO Box 4679, Gillette, WY 82717. Licensed Journeyman Plumber Reliable, self starter. Good benefits. Competitive pay. Long's Plumbing & Heating, 682-2542. Now hiring for Certified Lifeguards, $10-$11 an hour DOE. Please apply in person at Fairfield Inn and Suites, 2577 South Douglas Highway. Looking for part time caregiver two days a week to care for dementia patient. Must be patient, caring and strong enough to move patient to/ from wheelchair. Room available for overnight stay, located in Rozet area. Please respond to Blind Box 749, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717.

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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. Office Manager with bookkeeping and receptionist skills needed. Must have experience with Quickbooks. Flexible schedule. Send resume to PO BOX 2924, Gillette, WY, 82717. Shop welder needed. Please apply at Tri-State Industries, 510 N. Limestone. Part-Time Driver needed. Must have CDL with HazMat and Tanker endorsements. Preemployment and random drug testing required. Retirees, Veterans and shift workers encouraged to apply at Blakeman Propane, 4111 N Highway 14-16, Gillette, WY. No resumes accepted and only those meeting license requirements will be considered.

Holiday Essay After returning from Christmas break, a teacher gave her class a writing assignment, asking them to begin a story with the line, “At Christmas, we exchange gifts with _______.” The students filled in the blank, and the teacher asked each to share what they wrote with the class before they wrote the rest of their essay. She called on Tommy, who promptly said, “At Christmas, we exchange gifts with receipts!”

Quick Tips: Organizing Tip: Gift wrapping supplies are great to have on hand but can be hard to organize. Try storing long gift wrap tubes upright in a small round trash can. To keep ribbon spools tidy, stack them onto a countertop paper towel holder. Use a small piece of tape on the end of each ribbon to keep it from unrolling. Safety Tip: A laptop is easy to take with you but this portability also makes it a target for thieves. To protect your laptop, carry it in a bag that does not look like a typical laptop bag. Mark your laptop with an engraving tool, a tamper-resistant tag, or even by writing your name with a permanent marker. If you need to leave your laptop unattended, say in a hotel room or at your desk, you can secure it using a laptop security cable threaded through your device’s universal security slot (USS), standard on most laptops. Healthy Living Tip: If you struggle with your weight, you may want to take a look at your sleep health. Studies have found a link between too little sleep and weight gain. Lack of sleep can cause an increase in hunger hormones, and daytime fatigue can lead to less exercise. To set your metabolism in better working order, be sure to get about 7.5 hours of sleep each night. While sleeping more does not cause weight loss, getting adequate sleep helps keep some of those extra pounds off.

Experienced Field Service Mechanic

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REQUIREMENTS: Clean driving record, Class B CDL, self-motivate, high school diploma or equivalent. Must have good customer service, computer, & written communication skills. 2 years prior mechanical/ welding experience. Salary DOE. Medical, Dental, Life and Disability insurance available, 401K and vacation available. Please send resume to: Cate Equipment Company P.O. 2309 • Gillette, WY 82717 Or fax to: (307) 682-0579 NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS www.catedrilling.com EEO

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Y.E.S. House Foundation Director The ideal candidate will be required to work closely with The Y.E.S. House Executive Director and Board. Will ensure compliance with all Federal and State Statutes, as well as have a strong knowledge of fund raising. Requirements: Bachelors in marketing or equivalent experience preferred. Strong community presence. Hold the highest level of integrity. Accounting skills a plus. Teamwork and creativity. Persuasive communications skills. Ability to multi-task in a rapidly growing and fast paced environment. Proven record of successful fund raising and/or endowment funds. The Y.E.S. House Foundation is a non-profit organization. The Foundation Director will maintain strict confidentiality and accurate records of accounting and answer to the Foundation Board of Directors. Community relations are a must, with exceptional communication skills and event planning. Please submit resume and cover letter by 11/26/2013 to: Ryan Anderson, randerson@ccsd.k12.wy.us Y.E.S. House, Inc. is a Equal Opportunity Employer

Experienced

oilfield dispatcher Now hiring 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. Send resume to: Blind box M, c/o The Gillette News Record P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, Wy 82717

EXCEPTIONAL WAGES & BENEFITS

Hazmat Tanker Driver Class A or B

Pre-employment drug test required. Fax resume to: 307-682-9531 or call: 682-5400 EOE


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Did You Know: Saxophones November 6 is Saxophone Day. In 1840 in Paris, Adolphe Sax invented the saxophone, mixing the best qualities of a brass instrument and a woodwind. The saxophone was originally called a saxhorn. The composer Hector Berlioz, who was a close friend of Adolphe Sax, conducted a concert in 1844 featuring the saxophone for the first time. Although most saxophones are made from brass, they are classified as woodwind instruments because the sound is produced by an oscillating reed, not from the player’s lips against a mouthpiece. The saxophone gained popularity first in military bands. Saxophones today come in many sizes and include straight versions that have no bend to them. After a saxophone is manufactured, it is lacquered over the bare brass to keep the metal from oxidizing and to maintain its shiny appearance. Saxophonist Kenny G set the first world record for the longest note played on a saxophone. Using circular breathing, he held an E-flat for 45 minutes and 47 seconds. In 2000, Vann Burchfield set a new record for one continuous note for 47 minutes, 6 seconds.

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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.

Help for Irregular Heartbeat A recent study showed that adults with the highest level of omega-3 fatty acids, found in oily fish and some enriched foods like eggs and fish oil supplements, were 30 percent less likely to develop chronic arrhythmia, also known as irregular heartbeat. Up to nine percent of the population will develop atrial fibrillation by the time they reach age 80. Irregular heartbeat can lead to stroke and heart failure. There are few treatments for this condition, so doctors often prescribe bloodthinning drugs to try to head off the risk of stroke. Researchers found that omega-3 fats with high DHA levels gave the greatest benefits. They believe that the fatty acids found in fish work by stabilizing the excitability of heart muscle cells. Unfortunately, there have been no studies showing that increasing omega-3 fats help in those people who have already developed arrhythmia. But as a preventative, it looks very promising.

OIL FIELD MECHANIC

• Long Term Care Department has openings for C.N.A.’s. High School graduate or GED and current Certification for Nursing Assistant required.

Flogistix – Wyoming, LLC specializes in the sales, service and fabrication of compressors and water pump packages. We are currently looking to hire an experienced oil field pump mechanic. Need experience in repairing all types of centrifugal and high pressure pumps.

Applicants must be reliable team players, self-motivated, and able to work independently. Positions work rotating weekends and holidays.

Need pump experience and computer skills. Wages based upon experience level.

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.

Benefits include paid time off, medical/dental/vision insurance, bonus incentive program and 401k retirement plan.

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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Up In Arms Gun Show November 22, 23 & 24

This Month in History November 15 - 1777 - The Articles of Confederation were adopted by the Continental Congress. 1867 - The first stock ticker was used in New York City. 1943 - Heinrich Himmler issued an order for nomadic Gypsies and part-Gypsies to be placed in concentration camps, leading to the death of an estimated half a million people. 1950 - The first black professional hockey player, Arthur Dorrington, took to the ice for the Atlantic City Seagulls. 1956 - Elvis Presley’s first movie, “Love Me Tender,” opened at the Paramount Theater in New York. November 16 - 1805 - The Lewis and Clark Expedition reached the Pacific Ocean. 1907 - Oklahoma became the 46th U.S. state. 1960 - Actor Clark Gable died in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 59. 1988 - Benazir Bhutto, the daughter of former Pakistani leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was elected prime minister of Pakistan, making her the first woman leader of a Muslim country in modern history. November 17 - 1790 - German astronomer, mathematician, teacher, and inventor of the Mobius strip, August Ferdinanad Mobius was born in Schulpforte, Germany. 1839 - Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi’s first Opera, “Oberto, conte di San Bonifacio,” opened in Milan at the La Scala theater. 1869 - The Suez Canal was opened after more than ten years of construction. 1942 - Film director Martin Scorsese was born in Flushing, New York. 1970 - The Soviet Luna landing probe became the first wheeled vehicle to travel on the surface of the moon. November 18 - 1928 - Mickey Mouse first appeared on the screen of the Colony Theatre in New York City, starring in the first animated cartoon talking picture, “Steamboat Willie.” 1963 - The first push-button telephones went into service, with touch-tone service offered as an option. 1978 - More than 900 people committed suicide in Jonestown, Guyana, reportedly under the influence of Reverend Jim Jones, leader of the “People’s Temple.” 1987 - In the worst fire in the history of its underground rail system, a London subway station fire killed 30 and injured dozens more. 1994 - Jazz bandleader Cab Calloway died in Hockessin, Delaware, at the age of 86. November 19 - 1493 - Christopher Columbus discovered Puerto Rico on his second voyage to the New World. 1863 - President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. 1939 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt laid the cornerstone for the first presidential library in Hyde Park, New York. 1954 - The first automatic toll collection machine went into service on New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway. 1955 - Leading conservative journal, “National Review,” was founded by 29-year old William F. Buckley, Jr. 1990 - The Cold War was formally ended at a summit in Paris by the signing of a treaty intended to dramatically reduce conventional weapons in Europe. November 20 - 1789 - New Jersey became the first state to ratify the Bill of Rights. 1945 - The Nuremberg war crimes trial began with indictments against 24 former Nazi leaders. 1947 - Princess Elizabeth married her distant cousin Philip Mountbatten in Westminster Abbey in London. 1959 - Ford ceased production of the Edsel due to poor sales. 1962 - The Cuban Missile Crisis ended. November 21 - 1694 - French author and philosopher, Jean Francois Voltaire, was born in Paris. 1783 - The first free hot air balloon flight occurred in Paris, lasting about 25 minutes. 1980 - Over 86 million viewers tuned in to CBS’s hit drama, “Dallas,” to see who shot villainous tycoon J.R. Ewing. 1991 - A Frenchman, Gerard d’Abouville rowed solo across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to Washington state. 1995 - The Dow-Jones Index of major industrial stocks topped the 5,000 mark for the first time.

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26,963

$

‘10 CHEVY DIESEL

Best Price:

‘09 FORD FLEX AWD Best Price:

16,965

$

‘13 CHEVY MALIBU LTZ Best Price:

19,924

$

‘07 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB Best Price:

16,909

$

Best Price:

32,963

Best Price:

34,921

$

‘13 FORD EDGE LIMITED Best Price:

26,939

$

Best Price:

$6,957

Best Price:

15,929

$

32,934

$

18,915

$

‘06 GMC SIERRA VORTEC-MAX Best Price:

17,925

$

‘09 DODGE DAKOTA LONE STAR Best Price:

22,917

$

‘12 FORD FUSION SEL Best Price:

15,933

$

‘09 DODGE CREW CAB DIESEL

2005 FORD F-250 POWERSTROKE DIESEL

$14,969

$16,951

Best Price:

38,943

$

‘10 FORD RANGER 4 DOOR

‘03 BOBCAT TOOLCAT 5600 4WD Best Price:

18,904

$

Best Price:

17,937

$

‘07 FORD F-250 LARIAT

‘13 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

CREWCAB

Best Price:

21,989

$

Best Price:

22,904

$

‘10 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED

$11,962

2003 CHEVY K2500 DURAMAX DIESEL Best Price:

24,923

$

Best Price:

Mechanic’s Special

$12,918

28,919

$

2008 PONTIAC G6 GT 1999 DODGE D2500 CUMMINS 5.9 DIESEL

2006 DODGE DIESEL

$

‘10 FORD E350 4WD QUIGLEY VAN

2006 TOYOTA CAMRY

Best Price:

‘08 VOLKSWAGEN GTI

Best Price:

Oldies But Goodies

‘07 CHEVY CREWCAB DURAMAX

17,918

$

‘12 VOLKSWAGEN CC R-LINE

‘11 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB

2002 Freightliner FL60 Rollback Best Price: $29,971

39,919

39,911

$

‘12 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO-GSR

Best Price:

2012 GMC Yukon XL Denali Best Price: $45,928

$

Best Price:

‘13 FORD ESCAPE SEL

2013 Ford Taurus Limited Best Price: $22,912

$

‘11 HONDA PILOT EXL Best Price:

2013 Ford Explorer Limited Best Price: $31,933

‘10 FORD CREW CAB Best Price:

Best Price:

Best Price:

$

33,988

$

‘12 FORD POWERSTROKE DIESEL

‘10 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT

$

‘10 GMC K1500 4WD Best Price:

‘08 GMC DURAMAX SLT Best Price:

2009 GMC Duramax SLT Best Price: $32,919

‘06 FORD CREW CAB DIESEL

‘10 FORD SVT RAPTOR Best Price:

2012 Audi A6 3.0 Supercharged AWD Best Price: $47,918

$

‘12 KIA SPORTAGE EX Best Price:

Under Market Value

Best Price:

31,951

$

‘08 CHEVY CREW CAB

Best Price:

27,940

$

Best Price:

$13,968

‘09 LEXUS GS350 AWD

Best Price:

Best Price:

23,949

$

‘11 CADILLAC ESCALADE EXT Best Price:

49,922

$

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Family owned for 23 years!

The Dan & Sherri Engesser Family

Trades based on market value, less reconditioning costs. Dealer not responsible for misprints. No down payment required. NT = No Trade, Best Price. *All advertised low interest % rates W.A.C. & Beacon score of 839 or better! Sale ends Nov. 18, 2013

Where you would send a friend.

The BEST PLACE to buy a vehicle at the BEST PRICE.

If you want to pay more - that’s your business. If you want to pay less - that’s OUR business.

For every vehicle purchased at Prestige Auto Sales from November 1st through December 31st, 2013, Prestige will donate $100 to Heifers for South Dakota for the ranchers!


Vol. 37, No. 47 – Nov. 20-26, 2013