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

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Published Weekly – Vol. 37, No. 49 – December 4-10, 2013 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com

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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

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

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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.

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

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CCPL Teen Advisory Board Scholastic Book Sale The Teen Advisory Board at Campbell County is offering you a chance to get a bit of your Christmas shopping done at Campbell County Public Library during the annual Scholastic Book Fair Dec. 2-6. Stop by Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.; or Friday between 3 and 4 p.m. A selection of books for all age levels will be available for purchase. Proceeds from this event will allow the CCPL Teen Volunteers to purchase books to donate to several Gillette community agencies.

Barking Infraction A police officer was visiting a school to give a talk on safety to the children. As he parked in front of the school, a girl walked by his van and noticed that he had a K-9 partner, a large German Shepherd, in the back. The dog started barking, so the little girl stopped and stared at him. She asked the police officer, “Is that a dog you got back there?” “Why, yes,” the officer replied. “It sure is!” The little girl looked puzzled and then asked, “What’d he do?”

Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Event AARP Wyoming and Wyoming Small Business Administration (SBA) will present an Encore Entrepreneur Mentor event on Monday, Dec. 9 from 5-7:30 p.m. in the Campbell County Public Library Pioneer Rooms. Encore Entrepreneur events train and counsel 50+ entrepreneurs. AARP and SBA will match “encore entrepreneurs” with successful business owners and resource partners for advice and assistance. For many 50+ individuals, entrepreneurship training is the tool kit that empowers them to use their experience, knowledge, and skills to become job creators. In addition, entrepreneurship training focuses on helping experienced professionals leverage their career knowledge for a new business. Encore Entrepreneur Mentor events provide an opportunity for SBA and its partners to leverage AARP’s network to introduce existing and future encore entrepeneurs to existing resources. It is also an opportunity for AARP to expose interested members to SBA’s resources growing available to help them in starting and a business. For more information and RSVP, please contact Susan Rezanina at 307-2616520 or at susan.rezanina@sba.gov.

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

To advertise, call 682-9306 Bob Kettrey, Ext. 121 • Leslie Warner, Ext. 214 Anthony Ferris, Ext. 215 • Michele Gossett, Ext. 216 Wendy Beck, Ext. 218

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

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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

2006 Cadillac STS, $12,500. 680-5997, day, or 682-4212, evenings.. Auto insurance preferred and SR-22’s. Call Elizabeth Jones Agency, 307-682-6520. We buy junk cars. Towing available. Manning’s Salvage. 307-685-6968. 2007 Chevy Impala LT, 138,000 miles, reduced price $4,500. Kelly Blue Book $5,500. 307670-2987.

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1998 Custom Harley with a jockey shift, $10,000. 307-660-2078. 2003 Harley Sportster 1200C Anniversary Addition, black with chrome, low miles, great town bike with attitude. 5K/ OBO. 307660-0828.

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ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

2006 Arctic Cat 400 4x4, low hours, excellent condition. 689-1921.

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PARTS & ACCESSORIES

Nationwide parts locating. Best prices. Transmissions, transfers, axles, more. Used/ rebuilts. Installations available. 660-3738. 31x10.5/50/R15, studded Arctic Claw tires. Cell 660-5702, home 307-756-9226, night. Buying junk batteries. 660-3738.

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

2013 Yukon Denali, 3,000 miles, $55,000. Call Del, 307-660-1151.

CAMPERS, MOTORHOMES

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HOMES (LOCAL)

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. 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.

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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.

Two bedroom home. First $99,000. 407 South Brooks Avenue. 696-5908.

THE ROCKIES’ LARGEST RV OUTFITTER

Three bedroom, one bath home in Wright, new flooring throughout, new exterior siding, $9,000. 307-660-7070, Pete Driver with Century 21 Real Estate Associates.

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LOTS, ACREAGES

Lot and newly remodeled mobile home with large corner lot located in Fox Park, $75,000. Will finance with good down, will consider trade in for down. Call Jim, 307-680-8542, Carol, 307-680-7885 or office, 307-682-1885.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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

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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

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

HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

Family home, five bedroom, three bath, Double lot, $239,000, Moorcroft www.ridgerealty.NET 307-756-3384.

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We buy homes fast. 307-333-0010. 1989 Newport motorhome, 1,600 original miles, very nice, $6,500. 307-660-2078.

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.

UTILITY TRAILERS

MOBILE HOMES (OUT OF TOWN)

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HOMES (LOCAL)

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

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

FOUR WHEEL DRIVES

2012 3500 Dodge, 9,800 miles, asking $50,000. Call Del, 307-660-1151.

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MOBILE HOMES (LOCAL)

Located in Westside Trailer Court. Ready to 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.

Four bedroom, two bath home, $1,500/ month. Agent owned. 307-349-2018. Four bedroom, three bath, two car garage. No smoking, no pets, $1,500/ month plus deposit. References required. Call 307-299-3461 or 307-299-3460. Remodeled two story, three bedroom home on full basement nestled in quiet, wooded area with large attached deck. Located 15 miles on Hwy 59 North. 303-717-3586. Two bedroom, one bath, 1,000 sq..-ft. condo, new appliances, washer/ dryer included, $900/ month plus electricity. Call 660-2555 for details.

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RENTAL HOMES

Vacation rental/ short stay rental. House West of Buffalo. Two bedroom, one bath. Fully furnished. 307-265-8204 Patlawrence20@yahoo.com. Spacious, remodeled, executive unit, three bedroom, two bath. $1,700 plus utilities. 6826266.

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RENTAL MOBILE HOMES

Three bedroom trailer. For information call 660-5210. Newer, updated 14 by 70 in the country- eight miles from town. Sets on 20 acres, three bedroom, two bath, shed. No smoking. $900 a month plus electric. Call 307-299-5418. 14x70, three bedroom, one bath, fenced yard, clean. Washer/ dryer, (yours after one year lease), no pets. Nice community. Rent, $800, deposit, $800. 682-6930. Three bedroom, one bath, 14x70, washer/ dryer, dishwasher No pets or smoking, $750/ month, Moorcroft. 307-680-0469. Older, unique one bedroom with two full size loft bedrooms. Utilities paid, $675. Most pets allowed. 680-6274. Three bedroom, 1-1/2 bath trailer with 8x12 shed, $900 rent, $900 deposit. 660-2018. Three bedroom, two bath, remodeled mobile home, large rooms, fenced yard, washer/ dryer. Most pets okay. 687-1741. Three bedroom, two bath, shed, yard. No pets, no smoking. 307-689-0100. Three bedrooms for rent. 307-680-2536 or 680-0854. Three bedroom, two full bath, new carpet and wood flooring, washer/ dryer, dishwasher. No pets. 307-660-3881. Tired of apartment living? Come check out some great mobile homes for rent in the Antelope mobile home community. We have one bedroom furnished for $700 monthly, $700, security deposit and two bedroom with fenced in yard, $700 monthly. Please call 307682-8000 for more information. Nice two bedroom, one bath mobile home, with shed and yard. No pets, references required. 680-9440. Nice homes. 680-9508. Moorcroft, WY. Country living, two big fenced yards, three bedroom, two bath. Most pets allowed. New remodel. 307-756-2446.

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Two bedroom, one bath apartment, $750/ month, utilities included. No smoking, no pets. Call 307-359-1588. 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. Three bedroom, one bath, coin operated laundry, water and garbage included. Agent owned. 307-349-2018. 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 apartment in quiet four-plex in Westover. $800 plus utilities. No smoking, no pets. 299-1675. New Management! Two bedroom, 1.5 bath unit. $825/month, including utilities. No smoking, no pets. Call for more information and current specials. 307-778-0400. One bedroom, utilities paid, $600/ month. 307756-2431. 532 Oregon, two bedroom townhouse, washer/ dryer, one car garage, pets allowed, $900/ month. Call Josh McGrath at 680-5064, or Steve Laakso at 680-4956. ERA Boardwalk Real Estate Inc.

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Two bedroom apartment in four-plex. New carpet, $600 plus utilities. No smoking, no pets. 299-1675. $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. Beautifully updated quiet two bedroom, one bath apartment with concrete walls and floors. Close to downtown, Walmart and Library. Only pay electric. $795/ month. NO PETS. 307-2200237 or prm.short@gmail.com

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One bedroom apartment, $500 plus utilities. No pets. Ask about our move in special. Call 660-9035. 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. One, two and three bedrooms, $375 and up. Clean and quiet. Six month lease. No pets. 686-0705. Warlow Drive Apartments, 1720 W. Warlow Dr. One, two, and three bedroom apartments available. Utilities included. Clean, new windows, laundry facilities, playground and much more. Remodel complete. Office hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Call 682-5041 for more information. Three bedroom apartment, $700/ month, $500/ deposit. You pay utilities. No pets. 680-6298. Three bedroom, $700 monthly, utilities included. 307-620-2167.

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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. Share large home, pets welcome. 299-4751.

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MOBILE HOME SPACES

Mobile home space. For information call 6605210. Lots available in North Gurley mobile home community. $385 monthly, $385 security deposit. Includes water. One free month lot rent with new application. Please call 307-6828000 for more information. Small lot downtown. 680-4348. Prairie Rose Mobile Home Park. New spaces available and going fast. Call or stop by today, 682-1350, 1615 Arizona Street. FOOTHILLS MOBILE HOME PARK, conveniently located family mobile home park. Single or doublewide spaces. Two months free rent for newly approved applicants. 307-6828300. Ready to go for your mobile home or RV. In Moorcroft, $325, includes water, sewer and garbage. Call Milt, 307-622-7800.

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OFFICE, RETAIL SPACE

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

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STORAGE

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

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ROOMMATES WANTED

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

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RENTAL COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

40x60 shop, two 10x12 garage doors, bath, three phase power. $1,800/ month. Call after 4pm. 307-680-9817. Rent/ lease: 2,500 square foot shop, office, bathroom. 1400 West Warlow Unit B. 307-6891793. Approximately 2,000 sq. ft. with reception area, conference room, wet bar, two bathrooms, fiber and offices. Unlimited parking within 30 feet of door, located just off South Douglas Highway and on ground level. Call Christie at 307-685-5539. Several space options available at Camel Plaza. Call Real Estate Systems for more information. 307-682-0964. Drive through 40x70 shop on one acre plus. Office, bathroom and new gas furnace. Coal heat option. Please call 660-7135. Five acre property for lease with corrals, large barn, garden shed, private drive and full RV hook-ups. Lots of trees, very quiet area. Call Carrie at 307-351-1194. 8, 750 sq.-ft. shop, five acres fenced, four offices. 680-4348. Shop for rent, utilities paid, $800/ month. 307756-2431.

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HOME FURNISHINGS

Three piece sofa with end recliners, $300. Gliding/ swivel chair with ottoman glider, $50. Oak TV hutch, fits 27” TV, $75. Two adjustable office chairs, $75 each. Corner computer stand with storage, $50. Small chest freezer, $100. 307-257-2649.

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HOME APPLIANCES

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

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OFFICE, COMPUTER

NEW Nook HD, $120. 303-718-3471.

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FIREWOOD, COAL, FUEL

Dry Pine, $140/ cord. Delivered. 307-6227131. Dry pine firewood for sale at wholesale prices, $60/ chord. 14 miles west of Hulett. 307-4675668. Firewood for sale. 307-629-0804, 307-6291514. Firewood in Upton, $100/ cord, delivery available. 307-272-7892

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FIREWOOD, COAL, FUEL

Cottonwood firewood, quarter half and full cords. 307-258-370, 765-330-4654.

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SPORTING GOODS

Rock Island AR style 22LR, $630. DPMS Vormint 204, $1,600. Rock River Coyote Edition 223, $1,900. Les Baer Vormint 6x45, $2,800. Taurus 45 ACP, new in box. Taurus 22 mag, new in box. 307-689-3769, leave message. GUN SHOW: Saturday, December 7th, 9a.m.5p.m.; Sunday, December 8th, 9a.m.-3p.m., Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City, SD. Admission $5 daily. For information call 605209-1166. Gun Dogs. German wirehair/ lab. First shots and dew claws. $100.00 (307)468-2519 Upton area

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PETS One Pug left. 307-670-3536.

Beautiful male and female American Standard Bull Terriers. 299-4751. Forever Faithful Pet Crematory, Gillette, WY. Corinne, 660-1134; Rita, 680-0316. Australian Shepherd pups, reds and red merles available January 5th. $400. 307-299-2885.

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LIVESTOCK

Want to buy horses. Cash paid on the spot. 307-464-1111 or 307-680-5900. Stalls and paddocks for rent. Full service available. 1-307-680-0632.

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FARM, RANCH EQUIPMENT

ACROSS 1. “-zoic” things 5. Come together 9. “Oh, ___!” 13. Bowed 14. Strategy board game 15. And others, for short 16. ___ carotene 17. Circle 18. Honky-___ 19. In a tactful manner 22. It’s a snap 23. Not quite 24. Alias (abbrev.) 26. Benefit 28. Oolong, for one 29. ___ and outs 30. Houses and land (2 wds) 35. “Likewise” 38. “The ___ Daba Honeymoon” 39. “Rabbit food” 40. Cumulonimbus, e.g. (2 wds) 43. “... ___ he drove out of sight”

44. ___ blood group system 45. Highlands hillside 47. Ballpoint, e.g. 48. Stone mounds erected as markers 51. Methuselah’s father 53. Post-diaper discipline (2 wds) 56. Bridge toll unit 57. Beat 58. Be a monarch 60. Equal 61. Architectural projection 62. The Kennedys, e.g. 63. Annexes 64. Contact, e.g. 65. “___ for the poor”

DOWN 1. “Chicago” lyricist 2. Bassoon, e.g. 3. Italian appetizer 4. Kind of infection

Skidsteer snow and dirt buckets. Bucket/ grapple combos, pallet forks and many other attachments available. 701-391-0758 or 307685-6311. Want to build the ultimate corral? Guard rail for sale. 13 or 25 ft. joints. 10,000 ft. available. 680-3369.

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FEED & HAY

Al Cameron Trucking. Hay for sale, first and second cutting alfalfa. Also grass mix hay. 406853-1095, Miles City, MT. Small square bales grass hay with a little alfalfa approximately 60-lbs. Stored inside. $7.50 each. Whitewood, SD. 605-347-3972. Mix hay, large rounds, 1,500-lb. average. Located five miles South on Hwy. 59. Call 307680-6124.

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Big round and small squares. 685-0778. Feed- want to rent winter pasture for 100-200 head of cows December to March. Dave Marshall. 307-680-5908. Alfalfa grass mix, small square bales. Stored in shed, Hulett, Wyoming 307-467-5663. Cattle hay for sale. Alfalfa/ grass. Large rounds and small squares, $100/ ton. 307-283-2813. Alfalfa/ grass mix in big squares. 701-3910758 or 307-685-6311.

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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.

MISC. MERCHANDISE

Central Boiler OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Safe, clean, efficient, WOOD HEAT. Mountain Pines Construction LLC, 605-423-8113. Snowblower, 26” Snapper, $1,100, new. Used five times. 307-257-2649.

180 Booths of arts & crafts representing Artisans and Crafters from a 10 state area.

Santa, Craft Show Shopping Bucks & Concessions!

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5. Resembling marble 6. Goya’s “Duchess of ___” 7. Forger 8. Gorge 9. Information about information 10. Bikini, e.g. 11. Hairy-chested 12. Excessive drinker 14. Owl, e.g. 20. Chop (off) 21. Salad green 24. Boosts 25. Jersey, e.g. 27. Shish ___ 31. Those honored for great achievements 32. The first transfinite cardinal (mathematics) 33. Container weight 34. “Our Time in ___” (10,000 Maniacs album) 36. Excerpts advertising new films 37. 18th-century card game 41. Check 42. 1973 Elton John hit 46. Long, long time 48. Served as helmsman 49. Had a bug 50. Abundance 52. About 53. Spanish appetizer 54. Archaeological site 55. ___ rock, e.g. David Bowie 59. “Star Trek” rank: Abbr.


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MISC. MERCHANDISE

For sale: Hall tree with bench, Howard Miller grandfather clock and slot machine with tokens. 670-0277. Party Music! Call the Lost & Found Band. Phil, 307-660-4393. Canon lens, EF28-300mm, all in one for full frame camera. Like new, paid $2,600, asking $1,800. Call Karla at 689-0698. Used twice, breathtaking 9-foot Paley Pine, 1,500 tips, 750 clear mini lights. 689-2092. New 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314.

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MISC. SERVICES

Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. AIR DUCT CLEANING. Chimney sweep services, dryer vents. Call 686-1267. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. JB's Home Maintenance, dry wall repair hole textured and paint, call Josh, 307 670 5518.

CHILD CARE

Licensed childcare available. 307-363-3680.

Gillette HANDYMAN. 680-6169 www.gillettehandyman.com.

Imagine That Learning Center has several openings for your childcare and preschool needs. Please call or stop by for details. Located at 804 E. 2nd Street. 307-257-7788.

I will remove non-running vehicles from your property for free. 307-620-5860 or EMAIL: redcloud@trcable.tv

Looking for a babysitter? Call Chantel at 307689-7519. TAMMY'S DAYCARE. 403 Warren. Two years and up. 686-7158.

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Husqvarna riding lawnmower with snowplow. 696-0579.

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

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

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CONSTRUCTION Simply Drywall, 307-299-0061.

Buchanan Excavating Licensed and insured. 307-670-8335, 307-660-1508, Chad. 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. Rick Oldaugh Construction. Roofing and siding. Garages, pole buildings and wood basements. Remodeling and additions. Thirty years experience. 307-689-4820. Sparks Concrete Lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010,. 605-209-6720. sparksconcretelifting.com.

On The Level Construction, LLC. Kitchen, bath and remodel specialists. 307-689-8637. BRAD’S MOBILE HOME PARTS AND SERVICE. Free estimates. Call 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155. 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.

Singing telegrams and clowns for all occasions. Just Clowning Around, 307-682-3394. Tree Trimming/ Removal. Certified Arborists. No job too big or small! Experienced, licensed, bonded, insured. Owner operated for 13 years. Top Notch Tree Service, 970556-5000.

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

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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. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND EQUINE ASSISTED THERAPY CERTIFICATE and Gerontology Practicum online. Open to anyone. Possible completion in one semester! Information: Missy Neff (307) 269-3112. mneff@caspercollege.edu SEEKING A DIESEL TECHNICIAN for a GM dealership in Powell, Wyo. Career opportunity in an “All American” city. Experience and/or education in diesel repairs. Own tools required. Competitive wage/benefit package, factory training. Send resume to: Dave Pollock/Garvin Motors, 1105 W. Coulter Ave., Powell, WY 82435 or davep@garvinmotors.com, 1-800-788-4669. 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.

Wasted Time Little Connie had just finished up her first week in school. Her grandma was visiting and asked her how she liked going to school. “I’m just wasting my time,” replied little Connie. “How so?” grandmother.

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A simple way to dress up any meal is to add a flavored butter to your table. These can top vegetables, rolls, pancakes, muffins, potatoes, or even meat or fish. You can make them ahead and store them in your freezer in small portions to have on hand any time you want to liven up your meal. Simply pack into small containers or roll into a log shape, which can be cut into disks just before serving. It is easiest to blend these butters together in a food processor, but mixing by hand is just fine too. Honey Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one tablespoon honey, and 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon. Sun-Dried Tomato Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one minced clove of garlic, two tablespoons minced sun-dried tomatoes, two tablespoons chopped parsley, and two teaspoons lemon juice. Orange Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, the zest of one orange, and 1/4 cup of orange marmalade. Citrus Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one tablespoon lime juice, one tablespoon lemon juice, and the zest of one lemon and one lime. Chipotle Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one tablespoon minced seeded canned chipotle chilies, and two teaspoons fresh lime juice. Add more chipotle chilies if you like it spicier. Blue Cheese Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one teaspoon Dijon mustard, and 1/4 cup blue cheese. Vanilla Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one tablespoon powdered sugar, the seeds from half a vanilla bean, and one teaspoon vanilla extract. Bacon Bourbon Butter Stir together one stick of softened butter, one finely chopped cooked slice of bacon, one teaspoon bacon drippings, one tablespoon bourbon, one teaspoon brown sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon black pepper.

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., Dec. 4: Cheeseburger w/Fixins’, Baked Beans, Italian Pasta Salad, Ambrosia. Thurs., Dec. 5: Turkey Tettrazini, 3 Bean Salad, Peaches, Biscuit, Chocolate Krispy Bar. Fri., Dec. 6: First National Bank Birthday Dinner - Chicken Fried Steak, Potatoes & Gravy, Corn, Dinner Roll, Cake & Ice Cream. Mon., Dec. 9: Spaghetti, Green Beans, Tossed Salad, Garlic Toast, Peachy Pudding. Tues., Dec. 10: Cloud Peak Energy Sponsored Dinner Hamburger Steak, Potatoes & Gravy, Peas, Dinner Roll, Pumpkin Dessert.

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“Well, I’ve been there a week, and I can’t read, I can’t write, and they won’t even let me talk.”

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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Rubs and Blends for Holiday Gift Giving There is nothing nicer than receiving a food treat for the holidays. Consider sharing some wonderful rubs and spice blends this season. Spicy Sweet Blend 2 tablespoons cinnamon 2 tablespoons brown sugar 3 teaspoons ground ginger 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves

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Prevention Tips: •Make your home look occupied. •Even if for a short time, lock all doors, windows, garages, etc. •Don’t let mail, papers, etc. build up. •Arrange for lawn to be mowed while away. •Never leave keys in “secretâ€? hiding places, burglars know where to look. •Install a burglar alarm system.

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This Month in History December 1 - 1887 - Sherlock Holmes was introduced as a character in “A Study in Scarlet.” 1891 - Basketball was created in Springfield, Massachusetts, when teacher James Naismith nailed up peach baskets at opposite ends of the gym and gave students soccer balls to toss into them. 1918 - Iceland was granted independence by the Danish parliament. 1941 - The Civil Air Patrol, a U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, was formed. 1953 - Playboy magazine was launched in Chicago by publisher Hugh Hefner. 1955 - Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, for refusing to give up her seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus. 1990 - Engineers digging a railway tunnel under the English Channel broke through the last dividing rock separating Britain from mainland Europe. December 2 - 1804 - Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned emperor of France in Paris by Pope Pius VII. 1942 - The first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction was produced by physicist Enrico Fermi under the stands of the University of Chicago’s football stadium. 1982 - Barney C. Clark received the first permanent artificial heart, surviving 112 days after the implantation. 2001 - The energy services company, Enron, filed for bankruptcy, revealing questionable accounting practices and leading to a financial scandal. December 3 - 1818 - Illinois became the 21st U.S. state. 1947 - “A Streetcar Named Desire,” a play by Tennessee Williams opened on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, starring Jessica Tandy and Marlon Brando. 1967 - Dr. Christiaan Barnard performed the first successful heart transplant on Louis Washkansky, who survived for 18 days. 1984 - A leak of deadly methyl isocyanate gas from a Union Carbide Corporation plant in Bhopal, India, killed more than 4,000 and injured over 200,000 people in the world’s worst industrial accident. December 4 - 1783 - In Fraunces Tavern in New York City, George Washington, commander of the Continental Army, announced to his officers his intention to resign his commission and return to civilian life. 1945 - The U.S. Senate approved full U.S. participation in the United Nations in an overwhelming vote of 65 to 7. 1952 - Heavy smog settled over London, England, lingering for four days and resulting in the deaths of at least 4,000 people. 1981 - The nighttime serial “Falcon Crest” debuted on television. 1984 - General Motors (GM) announced that it would stop production of diesel engines due to tightening emissions standards. 1991 - The last American hostage, Terry Anderson, was released in Lebanon after being held captive as a hostage for over six years. 1998 - The shuttle Endeavour took the first U.S. component of the space station into orbit 220 miles from Earth where space-walking astronauts fastened it to a component launched by the Russians two weeks earlier. December 5 - 1791 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died at the age of 35 in Vienna, Austria. 1901 - Walt Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois. 1933 - The 18th Amendment to the Constitution was repealed, ending Prohibition. 1952 - “The Abbott and Costello Show” premiered on television, running for two seasons until 1954. December 6 - 1865 - The 13th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, abolishing slavery in the U.S. 1884 - Construction of the Washington Monument was completed as workers placed the 3300 pound marble capstone into place. 1896 - Pulitzer Prize-winner American lyricist and author, Ira Gershwin, was born in New York. 1947 - Everglades National Park was established on the southern Florida peninsula.

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

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

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

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Quick Tips: Travel Tip: If you are checking a bag when flying, take a few pictures before checking it in. Snap a picture of the outside of the bag to help you describe it if it gets lost. You can also take a picture of the contents before closing your suitcase up. This is also helpful if the bag gets lost or stolen and you need to file a detailed claim of the contents. Green Living Tip: The holidays are just around the corner. This year, make your gift-giving greener. Instead of store-bought wrapping paper, use leftover fabric, a colorful scarf, or a recycled paper bag. Recycle cookie tins from the year before as colorful and unique gift boxes. Decorate your gifts with natural materials like pinecones, evergreen branches, and dried leaves. Food Tip: When you find a good price on milk, you probably wish you could stock up. The best way to store milk long-term is by freezing it. To freeze milk, remove about one cup from a gallon container of milk to prevent the jug from expanding too much when frozen. Only freeze milk that has not yet reached its “best before” date. It can be frozen for up to three months. To thaw, place in the refrigerator for two to three days. Shake the milk well to reincorporate any separated fat and then use within 5-7 days.

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Prevent Pet Poisoning It is important to be aware of and to secure substances in your home that could be harmful to your pets. Chemicals, plants, foods, and medications can be poisonous. Review these tips to be sure that your home is safe for your animal companions. - Never give your pet spoiled or moldy food. - Pets should not be fed chocolate, grapes, or raisins. Beverages with caffeine should never be given to animals. - Plants in the Easter lily family, azaleas, sago palm, mistletoe, rhododendron, Japanese yew, and oleander can be poisonous to pets. - Antifreeze is toxic to animals. Switch to a low-toxicity brand to be safe. - Vitamins, including prenatal vitamins and vitamin C, can be toxic in large quantities. Ibuprofen and acetaminophen are also poisonous in large quantities. - Be sure to keep pet medication out of reach. Many times it is coated in a meatflavored substance, which makes it likely your pet would ingest a large quantity if it is left out. - When treating your pet for fleas or ticks, do not use more than the recommended dosage of shampoo or topical treatment.

Did You Know: Pawnbrokers December 6 is National Pawnbrokers Day. The word pawn comes from the Latin word “platinum” meaning cloth or clothing. It used to be that many people’s only assets were their clothing, which they could sell or pawn to raise money. Christopher Columbus’ voyage to America was funded by Queen Isabella of Spain pawning the crown jewels. In 1464, two Italian Franciscan monks founded the first modern version of a pawnshop. They gave out loans interest free so long as you could provide collateral and you tithed regularly to the church. The universal symbol for pawn brokering is three gold balls suspended from a curved bar. This is often found on pawn brokers signs or hanging above the entrance to a pawn shop. In Asia, for security, most pawn shops have counters that are higher than the average person. A customer holds up his goods to give them to the pawn broker. Florida has more pawn shops than any other state in the United States, with over 1,300 stores open for business. St. Nicholas is the patron saint of pawnbrokers. In 1932, the famed Hope Diamond was pawned by heiress Evalyn Walsh McLean to help finance the search for the kidnapped child of famous aviator Charles Lindbergh. The History Channel’s television show Pawn Stars has aired almost 250 episodes and is one of the channel’s highest rated reality shows.

Be sure to pick up your ALL-NEW Gillette Advertiser at the following rack locations throughout Gillette. • Adriano’s Italian Restaurant • C.C. Airport • Albertson’s • All Dimensions Fitness Center • America’s Best Value Inn • Arby’s • AT&T • Bloedorn’s • Boys & Girls Club • Breanna’s Bakery • Brooks St. Inn • Candlewood Suites • C.C. Road & Bridge • C.C. Weed & Pest • Celebration Station • Chamber of Commerce • Cheryl’s Place in Savageton • China Buffet • Clarion • Coffee Brothers • Coffee Cup, Moorcroft • Comfort Inn • Consignments & More • Cottonwood Terrace • Country Inn • C.C. Courthouse • Crazy Woman Campground • Dollar Tree • Don’s Supermarket (Gillette) • Don’s Supermarket (Wright) • El Burrito • Expresso Lube • Everything Kids • Fairfield Inn • FCA Country Store • Fireside • Foothills Kum & Go • Godfather’s Pizza • Good Times Liquor & Lounge • Granny’s Kitchen • H&R Block • Hank’s Lounge (Wright) • High Plains Campground • Holiday Inn Express • Hong Kong • Hospital (ER) (Front Lobby) • Howard Johnson • Information Center

• Jack’s Liquor • Kwik Shops • Lakeway Laundry • Lariat Cafe • Las Margaritas • C.C. Public Library • Lightning Lube • Little Store • Loaf & Jugs • Longhorn Saddlery • Maxi’s Depot • Mona’s Cafe • Moorcroft Post Office • National 9 Inn, Wright • O’Riley Tire • Paradise Food (Pine Haven) • Pioneer Manor • Pokey’s • Premier Home Loans • Primrose Senior Living • Recluse Post Office • Rocky Mountain Sports • Rozet Post Office • Ruff ’s Bar • RV Park (Wright) • Sears • Seconds on Third • Senior Citizen’s Center • Settle Inn • Shell Stations • Skyline Grill • Smart Choice • Smith’s • Smoke Shop • Soup Kitchen • Southview Center • Sunburst • Surf & Suds • Sweetheart Bread • Tire Rama • TLC Liquors • Value Villa • Walmart • Wingate Motel • Work Force • Wright Steakhouse • Wyoming Marine • Year Round Brown


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Seeking full-time and part-time janitorial workers. Please call 1-800-358-7038. Immediate opening for an experienced tire tech, off road, truck tires, large tires as well as shop experience. Top wages DOE. Call 307299-0466. Hiring experienced Field Service Tech. Apply at www.arnoldmachinery.com. Call 307-686-7536 for more information or stop by 10766 S Hwy 59. Two positions open for laborers with concrete experience. This position will be responsible for assisting craft workers on an industrial work site. Load, unload, and identify building materials, machinery and tools. Prepare sites, set concrete forms; mix, pour and spread concrete. Smooth and finish freshly poured concrete. May operate a variety of hand and power tools. Will clean up work site debris and remove waste materials. Responsible for complying with all safety and project rules, including wearing required personal safety equipment. Performs other duties as required. Ability to operate skid steer, forklift, and backhoe is a plus. All candidates MUST be MSHA certified and have a current, valid driver’s license with a clean driving record. Candidates must have the ability to work out of town. This is a physically demanding position. Candidates must be okay working in the elements, standing for long periods of time, and lifting up to 70 pounds. Apply in person at 6200 Oilfield Court or by fax 307682-7326. Thermo Fluids is seeking a well qualified Class A CDL driver. A qualified candidate will have at least two years experience, must be MSHA certified. Candidate should be familiar with liquid pumps and PTO operations. Tanker experience is preferred, but not required. Must have a clean MVR. Please contact Cody Jones, 307-257-9158. Company drivers enjoy a compensation package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K retirement plan, solid hours, great home time and good benefits. Now hiring for line cooks. Please apply in person at Best Western Tower West Lodge, 109 N. US Hwy. 14-16. No phone calls. 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. Maintenance Technician Full time position available for experienced maintenance candidate. Apply in person Clarion Inn, Gillette. Campbell County Public Health is seeking a full-time Public Health Staff Nurse for a community health and licensed home health agency. Bachelors of Nursing or Diploma of Nursing with a Public Health/ Community Health component preferred. Must have a license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse (RN) in the State of Wyoming. Eligible for county paid benefits. Submit a Campbell County application for employment and resume to Della Amend, RNBC Campbell County Public Health, P.O. Box 3420, Gillette, WY, 82717-3420 or return to 2301 S 4-J Road. Phone 307-682-7275. Position open until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer. Nurse Practitioner, one to two days a week working in a great environment. Send resume or letter of interest to Blind Box 763, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. Now hiring for Certified Lifeguards, $10-$11 an hour DOE. Please apply in person at Fairfield Inn and Suites, 2577 South Douglas Highway.

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Medical assistant. Now hiring motivated individual. Computer, clerical background. Benefits. $15 an hour plus incentives. Contact HR Dept 855-933-4634. Experienced drivers needed, following items needed to apply: Current MSHA, doubles, heavy haul experience a plus, but willing to train. Clean MVR, current medical card, preemployment drug testing. Benefits offered. Email resume and attach MVR, medical card and references to gstilson@mtpeakbuilders.com. CDS-CC has an opening for a full time Early Head Start Home Visitor. This position requires three to four years of experience and a Bachelors or Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education or closely related field. For more information call 307-682-2392 or submit an application and your resume to CDS-CC, 1801 S. 4-J Road, Gillette, WY 82718. CDS-CC is an equal opportunity employer. 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. Pathfinder Inspections & Field Services is a Local Non-destructive Testing and Inspection company seeking applicants for the following positions: Experienced NDT Inspectors and experienced NDT or Oilfield Laborers. Non-destructive Testing and Inspection or oilfield experience preferred. Willing to train the right person. Competitive pay. Please respond via email (krudolph@pathfinderinspections.com) or by fax at 307-224-4948. www.pathfinderinspections.com. Open your Avon account today and shop for Christmas at 40% off. Contact Sandi at 660Avon. Sales/ Finance Manager-Gillette WY. Essential functions and responsibilities: Desks deals; prices units; assesses and value all trade ins; ensures web site is accurate and up to-date; addresses any issues with the sales team; identifies weak areas and provide training; continuously builds a stronger customer base; ability to obtain financing for customers and complete paperwork for retail purchase. Prior Automotive or RV Sales Manager experience preferred. Apply in person at 300 Frontage Road or send resume to employment@stalkupsrv.com. CLIMB Wyoming (www.climbwyoming.org), a non-profit organization that trains and places low-income single mothers in careers that successfully support their families, is seeking a professional and detail-oriented Program Assistant for their Gillette team. Position is responsible for fiscal tasks, program tasks, and providing direct support to our program participants within our mental health based model. Excellent communication and relationship skills required. High school diploma or GED plus two years relevant professional experience required. 30-32 hrs./wk. with benefits. FTE salary range $31,200 - $34,600, DOE. To apply send cover letter and resume to jacqi@climbwyoming.org. Position closes Monday, December 2, 2013. CLIMB Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Currently looking for riggers and truck drivers. Need current driver’s license. Company paid family insurance, 401K, competitive wages. Must pass drug screen. Send resume to Blind Box 765, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717.

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Operator/ blaster. Operate WESCO trucks and specialty equipment to deliver commercial explosives product to customer. Assist blasters and blast crew at the site in order to safely and promptly serve customers. 24 hour/ seven day a week operation. Four on four off schedule, 12 hour days, may include nights. Must have HS diploma or GED and valid driver’s license. Must be able to read, write and speak English. Must have own transportation to shop located approximately 24 miles south of Wright, WY. Employer provides safety equipment. Pre-employment physical, background check and drug testing required. MSHA Certification helpful. Wage DOE. WESCO is a supplier of quality explosives and innovative blasting services. If interested please call Office: 307-464-0234 or cell: 307-680-3537. Oil Field Pumper needed. Three years experience minimum. Please call 307-299-2516. CDL driver, Class A, with experience. Medical and 401K benefits. 685-1818. Campbell County Memorial Hospital seeks qualified Neurologists to join our program in Gillette, WY. Full time/ salaried positions. Job site/ Interview: Gillette, WY. BC/BE in Neurology. License or eligibility for WY medical license required. Submit resume via email to karissa.viergets@ccmh.net or fax to 307-6881570. Diesel mechanic wanted. Full or part-time. 685-1818.

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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. Arbuckle Lodge is now hiring for the following positions: Front desk, night audit, housekeeping. Please apply in person or send resume to gmgillette@arbucklelodge.com; 1400 South Garner Lake Road, Gillette, WY 82718. Class C driver, clear record, passport attainable, willing to travel. Bring copy of clean MVR to Tom's Hot Shot Service, 606 N Plains Dr, Gillette, WY. Dealers needed for company Christmas party on Friday, December 6 from 7:30pm-9:30pm. Call 307-685-8805 for more details. Experienced electrician apprentices needed. Call Power Solutions, 307-363-4169. Part time receptionist, including Saturdays. Send resume to Blind Box 697, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717. 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. Viking Explosives & Supply, Inc. is seeking a full-time experienced mechanic in Gillette.

Local Drivers Nelson Brothers Mining Services LLC VERY COMPETITIVE WAGES Nelson Brothers Mining Services LLC, an industry leader in the manufacture and supply of explosives products, is seeking applicants for Local Driver openings in the Gillette, Wyoming area. Come join a team that is recognized as a “good company” with stability and a bright future. These basic skills and attitudes are desired: • Experience in the operation of commercial motor vehicles. • Experience in the operation of bulk delivery tankers. • High School Diploma or GED. • Class A CDL with Tanker/Air Brakes/Hazmat indorsements. • Current MSHA Training a plus. • Basic truck or equipment preventative maintenance skills. • Good Logging, paperwork and DOT compliance skills. • A willingness to work in a high performance team environment. Nelson Brothers Mining Services LLC., Offers You: • Paid Holidays (10). • Rotating shift scheduling. • Overtime available. • Paid Family Blue Cross / Blue Shield Medical Coverage. • 401(k) Plan. • Paid Long Term Disability Insurance. • Paid Life Insurance. • Earn up to three weeks vacation. • Safety workwear allowance. • PPE Provided. If you are serious about obtaining a stable job with long term potential with a reputable organization and with good benefits, apply in person.

Transportation Manager Nelson Brothers Mining Services, LLC. 222 S. Gillette Ave., Suite 410, 4th floor at 1st Interstate Bank building. Gillette, WY 82716

Nelson Brothers Mining Services Actively Promotes a Drug Free Work Place An Equal Opportunity Employer

M.G. Oil has an immediate opening for a

Full Time Driver/Delivery Person with a Class A CDL with TX endorsement. Candidates should have • Superior customer skills • Ability to work with minimal supervision • Follow customer needs and direction

A career with M.G Oil include excellent benefits • Excellent wages • Good Equipment • Health/Life Insurance benefit • Paid vacation • 401k pension plan • Opportunities for advancement

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Must be able to troubleshoot and repair electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems. Fabricating skills and experience around mining operations is a plus. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, pass a background check and drug screen. To apply, fax your resume to 307-464-0126 or call 307-464-1611 to set up an interview. Construction company looking for a full time office clerk. Pre-employment drug test required. QuickBooks experience preferred but not required. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office. Competitive wages, medical insurance, 401K, and vacation. Send resume to Blind Box 764, C/O Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. 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. Person to do daily billing and account receivable for a well established local business. Need to have excellent computer skills and good customer relations. Must be able to work in excel, word, QuickBooks and able to learn our tailored billing software. Please apply in person at Ryan Sanitation, 3000 N Hwy 14-16. Looking for experienced rig hands and roustabouts. Competitive wages DOE. Insurance after 60 days. CDL plus, preemployment drug screening. 307-299-8718. 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. Bartenders

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Immediate opening for F/T and P/T experienced bartenders. Apply in person Clarion Inn, Gillette. 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. Western Waste Solutions is in need of one additional driver. Must have CDL and one year experience of driving minimum. Good customer service background. For interviews call 307-685-2556. A busy orthopeadic practice has an immediate opening for a part-time or full-time transcriptionist. Formal training or the equivalent in work experience is required. Please send resume to PO Box 688, Douglas, WY 82633.

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 word "kitchen?" (Hint: we found 44.) Answers: Cent, chin, chit, cite, etch, ethic, ethnic, he, hen, hi, hick, hike, hint, hit, ice, ick, in, inch, ink, it, itch, kin, kit, kite, knit, neck, net, nice, niche, nick, tech, ten, the, then, thick, thicken, thin, think, tic, tick, tie, tike, tin, tine.

Q: Why do reindeer wear fur coats? A: Because they look silly in snowsuits! Q: What do reindeer hang on their tree? A: Horn-aments! Q: What would a reindeer do if she lost her tail? A: Go to a re-tail shop! Q: What does a reindeer say before telling you a joke? A: This one will sleigh you! Q: When should you give reindeer milk to a baby? A: When it’s a baby reindeer! Q: How long are a reindeer’s legs? A: Long enough to reach the ground! Q: How do you get into a reindeer’s house? A: You ring the deer-bell! Q: What do reindeer have that no other animal has? A: Baby reindeer! Q: What do reindeer play in their stalls? A: Stable tennis!

Don’t assume that your Medicare coverage from last year is the best plan for you this year. There have been many changes in Medicare coverage. Take a look at your medical needs and make sure that the services you need are covered. Start by knowing all of your options. Medicare.gov offers a plan comparison site, www.medicare.gov/find-a-plan/ questions/home.aspx, where you can enter your current coverage, medications you are taking, and the pharmacies you use. You will then be given a comparison of your current plan with dozens of other plans to see if you could save money by switching. When shopping around for a plan, do not only consider premium costs. The most important cost to examine is prescription drug costs. The prices for these drugs change often, so it is good to review your coverage every year. Also pay attention to the out-of-pocket maximums. If a worst-case scenario would be more than your budget can handle, consider Medigap insurance. Before switching plans, you should check to make sure your doctors are in the network. Using out-of-network doctors can quickly become costly, negating any savings from a lower premium. Finally, if you are planning on traveling, be sure to check that your plan will cover you in another state or outside of the United States. Open enrollment runs from October 15 to December 7 this year. In most cases, this may be the only chance you get to make a change to your health and prescription drug coverage for 2014.

Employment Opportunities LaBarge Wyoming

A well service industry leader is currently recruiting for the following positions.

TRUCK DRIVERS Top pay with benefits.

Wizz Well Service 307-680-3662 • 307-689-6997 A&W Water Service

CDL Career Fair JOIN OUR TEAM: A&W Water Service has amazing career opportunies available for Class A CDL Drivers. If you love to work outdoors, be challenged everyday, home every night, and be a part of a community, think about a career in the oil and gas industry with our family.

Thursday, December 5 11 a.m. — 5 p.m. McMurry Training Center

Boom Truck Operators • Mechanics Heavy Equipment Operators We offer competitive pay; 401(k) with company match; medical, dental, vision and life insurance; paid time off based on length of service; paid holidays. Basic Energy Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace; all applicants must possess the ability to pass Background/Drug Screen (to include hair testing).

To apply, visit www.basicenergyservices.comcareers/opportunities/ Fill out a profile and apply to: Requisition No. 3481 for Mechanics, Requisition No. 1524 for Truck Drivers, Requisition No. 1885 for Boom Truck Operator, Requisition No. 702 for Heavy Equipment Operator.

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

2220 N Bryan Stock Trail Casper WY, 82601 For informaon call us at (307) 358-5239.

Q: Why don’t reindeer go to school? A: Because they are elf-taught!

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By the Numbers: Holiday Travel

Quotations: Family

- About 91 percent of all long-distance holiday travel is by personal vehicle. Only six percent of holiday travel is by air.

Rejoice with your family in the beautiful land of life! â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Albert Einstein

- Over 93 million travelers venture at least 50 miles from their home each end-of-year travel period.

When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Joyce Brothers

- Travelers journey an average of 706 miles round-trip over the end-of-year travel period.

If the family were a fruit, it would be an orange, a circle of sections, held together but separableâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;each segment distinct. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Letty Cottin Pogrebin

- Thanksgiving Day is the most dangerous day of the year to travel, with an average of over 500 people killed in trafďŹ c accidents that day. - The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the Thanksgiving weekend, with 45 percent of travelers on the road that day.

Other things may change us, but we start and end with family. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Anthony Brandt There is no doubt that it is around the family and the home that all the greatest virtues, the most dominating virtues of human society, are created, strengthened and maintained. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Winston Churchill

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, AAA

Home Alone It is estimated that over 40 percent of children are alone at home at some time. Parents may choose to leave children home alone to run errands, go to work, or attend social events. Remember these tips the next time you head out without your children. - Communicate with your children your expectations while you are gone. Go over the rules for your home and for their behavior before heading out. - Plan to check in with your children while you are gone. Instruct your children to call in to you at set times. You should also consider calling at random times to check up on your children. - Keep a well-stocked ďŹ rst aid kit in your home. Teach your children how to use it in case of an emergency. - Discuss safety issues regarding visitors. Establish rules for visits by your childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s friends. Also let your children know how to determine if it is safe to answer the telephone or the doorbell. - Store alcohol and medication in a place that is inaccessible to children.

Kissack Water & Oil is a 64 year old oil field service company in Rozet, Wyoming.

The informality of family life is a blessed condition that allows us to become our best while looking our worst. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Marge Kennedy

A family is a unit composed not only of children but of men, women, an occasional animal, and the common cold. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Ogden Nash Your family and your love must be cultivated like a garden. Time, effort, and imagination must be summoned constantly to keep any relationship ďŹ&#x201A;ourishing and growing. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Jim Rohn Family is just accident. They donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t mean to get on your nerves. They donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even mean to be your familyâ&#x20AC;Śthey just are. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Marsha Norman Home is the place, when you have to go there, they have to take you in. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Robert Frost Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Brad Henry

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Easy Cinnamon Rolls for the Holidays (Family Features) From cinnamon rolls to decadent desserts, baked goods have been at the heart of every holiday for generations. Of course, creating bakery-quality breads, pastries and holiday treats that look as delicious as they taste can be an intimidating task for home bakers. However, thanks to cookbook author and professional baker Gesine Bullock-Prado and premium ingredients, such as Red Star(r) Platinum Superior Baking Yeast(r), it’s now easier than ever to create baked goods that are light, airy and look like they were purchased from a boutique bakery. Gesine recommends the following tips to achieve bakery-quality results: * Use the best quality ingredients you can find. Fresh yeast, baking powder or baking soda will give a tender, airy texture to your baked goods. Cakes and breads made with ingredients that are too old fall flat. Great flavorings, butter and eggs are also essential. * A premium yeast with dough enhancers, like Red Star Platinum Yeast, builds dough strength and tolerance. Using this type of product, which was previously unavailable to home bakers, means dough will be very forgiving should there be any variance in flour quality, kneading or rising time. The end result is increased “oven spring” and finished volume.

On a lightly floured surface, knead the dough for about 3-5 minutes. Place in a lightly greased bowl and let rest for 10 minutes.

Expect everyone to flock to your kitchen once the enticing smell of baked goods begins to fill your home. Your guests won’t be disappointed; Red Star guarantees it. For this recipe and more, visit www.redstaryeast. com. Easy Cinnamon Rolls Dough 2 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 3 Tablespoons granulated sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 package Red Star(r) Platinum Superior Baking Yeast(r), 1/4 oz. 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup milk 2 1/2 Tablespoons unsalted butter 1 large egg Filling 3 Tablespoons unsalted butter, softened to room temperature 1 1/2 Tablespoons ground cinnamon 1/4 cup granulated sugar

Glaze 1 cup powdered (confectioners’) sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 Tablespoons milk/cream Directions: Make the dough: Set aside 1/2 cup of flour. In a large bowl, toss 2 and 1/4 cups flour, the sugar, salt, and yeast together until evenly dispersed. Set aside. Heat the water, milk, and butter together in the microwave until the mixture is very warm, but not too hot to touch, about 125-130∞F. Stir the butter mixture into the flour mixture. Add the egg and only enough of the reserved flour to make a soft dough. Dough will be ready when it gently pulls away from the side of the bowl and has an elastic consistency.

Make the filling: After 10 minutes, roll the dough out in a 14x8 inch rectangle. Spread the softened butter on top. Mix together the cinnamon and sugar and sprinkle it over the dough. Roll up the dough tightly. Cut into 11 even pieces and place in a lightly greased 9-inch round pan or pie dish. Loosely cover the rolls with aluminum foil and allow to rise in a warm, draft-free place for 60-90 minutes. After the rolls have doubled in size, preheat the oven to 375 F. Bake for 25-30 minutes until lightly browned. Cover the rolls with aluminum foil after 15 minutes to avoid heavy browning, if you prefer. Make the glaze. Top the cinnamon rolls with glaze right before serving. Recipe makes 11 rolls. Photo Captions: Easy and delicious cinnamon rolls made with Red Star Platinum(r) Yeast Cookbook author, professional baker and Red Star Yeast enthusiast, Gesine Bullock-Prado Source: Red Star Yeast

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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, December 4 – Tuesday, December 10 WEDNESDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. THURSDAY 25th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS WREATH EXHIBIT, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Cam-plex Heritage Center. 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, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. SIXTH-GRADE BAND CONCERT, 6 p.m., Meadowlark, Paintbrush and Sunflower, at Pronghorn Elementary. FAMILIES & JAMMIES, 6:30 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. SIXTH-GRADE BAND CONCERT, 7 p.m., Buffalo Ridge, Conestoga and Pronghorn, at Pronghorn Elementary. SIXTH-GRADE BAND CONCERT, 6:30 p.m., Hillcrest, Lakeview, Prairie Wind, Rawhide, Rozet and Wagonwheel, CCCHS North Auditorium. FRIDAY 25 ANNUAL CHRISTMAS WREATH

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