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Gillette ADVERTISER FREE Take one!

Published Weekly – Vol. 37, No. 9 – Feb. 27-March 5, 2013 •

The Gillette Advertiser and the Gillette News Record are gearing up for our annual

Spring.....on the ROAD Your guide to ALL things mobile. Spring on the Road will be included in the Gillette Advertiser and the Gillette News Record on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 and available on racks throughout Campbell County through the end of May, 2013.

To be included this year, contact your account representative or give us a call at (307) 682-9306 Ext. 4, fax us at (307) 686-9306 or email us at:


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





Nationwide parts locating. Best prices. Transmissions, transfers, axles, more. Used/ rebuilts. Installations available. 660-3738. Hankook Dynapro ATM LT265/70R17. $500. 307-399-9789. Buying junk batteries. 660-3738.

2002 Oldsmobile Aurora , black, leather interior, 87,400 miles, good condition. $4,500. Charlene 307-660-7316.

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

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

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

1986 Toyota, good mine cruiser or kid car, 3035mpg. 307-756-2533.

17� Chevy K1500 OE rims, $150/ OBO. Safari Unicover topper off Chevy crew, 5’8�, $400/ OBO. 307-696-3582.

2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse, standard transmission, 16,000 miles, $16,000. 689-2068.



Four Nissan 4x4 pickups, 1980’s, running condition, $7,000. 696-5908. 2001 F350 Lariat crew cab, long box, diesel, many extras, good condition. 307-685-6311. 1970 Blazer, $1,500/ OBO. 660-0515. 2004 Chevy Z71 K1500 4x4. 5.3 engine, 99,000 miles, 6� Procomp lift, 35x12.5R20LT tires, XD rims. $13,500. Call 307-680-1916. 2008 GMC Envoy, $14,500 Very clean. 307299-2704. 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee, $3,800/ OBO. 1995 Ford F250, 4x4, extended cab, $3,500/ OBO. 2004 Polaris RMK, Vertical Edge Liberty 800, $4,000. 307-670-2797. 1976 GMC four-wheel-drive pickup. Best offer. 307-660-4719. 2001 Ford F150 extended cab, off road 4x4, 5.4 V-8, 87K. $9,500. 217-1903, Buffalo.



2006 Montana fifth-wheel, 37’ Four Seasons Arctic pack, four slide-outs, a lot of upgrades. 307-682-2612. 2012 Jayco 22-foot bumper pull, electric awning, loaded, $14,500/ OBO. 680-1995. 22’ camper trailer, sleeps four, $6,500. 307689-7500.







Mostly Sunny 32 / 14

Partly Cloudy 35 / 19

Mostly Sunny 40 / 27

Mostly Sunny 43 / 26

Partly Cloudy 45 / 29

Last Week’s Almanac & Growing Degree Days Date 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/23 2/24

High 28 31 32 26 37 43 30

Low 7 4 17 15 15 24 11

Normals 37/16 38/16 38/16 38/16 39/16 39/17 39/17

FSBO: 3204 Fitzpatrick Drive, $244,999 Five bedroom, three bathroom. 6609649. Two bedroom, garage, sheds, fence, remodeled, $99,000, 407 South Brooks. 696-5908. 2004 Meadow Lane. Upgraded 1,250-sq.ft., three bedroom, one bath on one acre lot. Asking $235,000. 307-349-3192. Beautiful completely remodeled three bedroom, two bath home in ideal location. Large yard, new flooring and upgrades throughout. Own for less than rent! Zero down RD qualified. Call Barrett at 307-689-3911 today! CUSTOM modular homes, build to suit. In Sleepy Hollow, Arley Acres, Rodeo Flats, Rozet Ranchettes, also in Rozet and Wright new subdivisions coming soon. Call Barrett for appointment today to build your dream home, 689-3911. LAND HOME packages available, modular in stock, cherry cabinets, many upgrades. Great Western Homes, 307-682-2612.

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

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 Times Day AM PM Wed 12:03-2:03 12:33-2:33 Thu 12:52-2:52 1:22-3:22 Fri 1:42-3:42 2:12-4:12 Sat 2:36-4:36 3:06-5:06


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

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


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Weather Trivia Could global warming cause entire nations to disappear?


StarWatch By Gary Becker - Gotcha, Fallen Star I was at Bey’s Rock Shop in Bally, PA on February 16, literally ready to exam a small 32 gram slice of the Esquel meteorite, when I heard about the Russian event in Chelyabinsk near the Ural Mountains. “Wow,â€? I thought, “That must have been some spectacle,â€? and indeed when I saw the numerous YouTube videos emerging onto the Internet, I wasn’t disappointed. The thousand or so people who were reported injured were not struck by any pieces of the meteorite, despite what some media sources have said, but were rather the unwitting victims of the shock front that was created when the meteorite exploded, 10 to 25 PLOHVDERYHWKHJURXQG7KHQRZFRQĂ€UPHGVWRQ\PHWHRULWHHQWHUHGWKHDWPRVSKHUHDWMXVWRYHUQLQHPLOHVSHUVHFRQGDQG the force of the air ripping past its surface became so dynamic that the main body broke apart. That’s the part of the video VHTXHQFHZKHUHWKHREMHFWĂ DVKHGDQGEHFDPHIRUDIHZĂ LFNHULQJPRPHQWVEULJKWHUWKDQWKHVXQ:KHQWKDWWUDQVSLUHG an object that had a volume no greater than a cube 40 feet on every side broke apart into tens of thousands of fragments, each becoming its own bright meteor, and in totality, explosively pushing the atmosphere away from it to form a shock front expanding at supersonic speeds. By the time people inside buildings, aware of something amiss going on outside, had walked over to windows to see what was happening, the shock front reached the ground, shattering the glass, literally by the push of the air generated by the explosion. Evidently, car windows were also broken because dozen of alarms can be heard going off in the background on the video soundtracks after the sonic boom passed. Numerous meteoric fragments have now EHHQLGHQWLĂ€HGRQWKHLFHRI/DNH&KHEDUNXODERXWPLOHVHDVWRI&KHO\DELQVNQHDUDQLFHKROHZKHUHVRPHH[SHUWVEHOLHYH a larger remaining fragment penetrated.


Wacker, articulating, vibrating trench compactor, with wireless remote, RT 820, 320 hours, $4,500. 307-660-2660. 1997 Peterbilt dump truck, 528,443 mls., in frame at 500k, 14' box, air ride, electric cover, air gate, pintle hitch, N-14Cummins motor, 475HP, $45,000. 307-660-2660. 2004 case 580M series two backhoe, 4x4, 1,975-hrs., four-wheel drive, aux, hyd 24' and 18' buckets, with forks and 24' trench compactor, two and four stick controls, $40K. 307660-2660. ABU pintle hitch trailer, 30-ft. with 5' dovetail with ramps, 12,000-lb. axles with tandems, $10K. 307-660-2660.



Gillette's Five Day Day Forecast


Four Toyo 215/60R17 and four Michelin P235/55R18. Both sets are like new, $250 per set. 686-7568.


Auto insurance preferred and SR-22’s. Call Elizabeth Jones Agency, 307-682-6520.

Gillette Advertiser Weather Report

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

Answer: If sea levels rise, some island nations could submerge.

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1988 300cc Honda Fourtrax and snowplow, runs great, has original tires. $1,250. 6891358.



Several pre-owned homes in excellent condition. Three and four bedrooms, financing available. Call Karrie Jo or Suzanne, 307-687-0333. Want to buy trailer house/ older house preferably in the County Prefer cash deal 307-6805908. 1997 16x80 Bonnevilla with 24x16 addition. Three bedrooms, two baths, central air, new appliances. Delivered, set up and skirted, $36,000. 307-687-2006 1995 16x80 three bedroom, two bath mobile home. $18,500. 605-391-6498, Shaun. 24x50 mobile home, must be moved. 6608344 after 5pm. 2008 16x80, three bedroom, two bath mobile home on rented lot. Asking $39,000. 307-6600347.

Service 8 a.m..............................Contemplative Service Times 9:15 a.m.....................Praise Music 9:15-10:15 a.m..............Blended Worship 10:30 a.m........................Adult Sunday School

First United Methodist Church 2000 W. Lakeway Road • (307) 686-7339

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



Will trade two Gillette homes for Black Hills land or home. 687-1509.



Country style, older home. Two bedrooms, stove, refrigerator. 18 miles east of Moorcroft, pets okay, $500/ month. Ivan, 307-756-3222. Rent to own. No money down. Immediate occupancy. Three bedroom, two bath, nice neighborhood, newer home. Home Team Associates, LLC. Donna Mae Jerred, broker owned. 680-8757. Large country home. Four bedroom, two bath, two car garage, area for a home theater. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc for more details. 307-682-0964. Very nice two bedroom, two bath duplex with a two car garage. Large open area in basement Located in College Park. For more information please contact Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964. Very clean with new flooring. Three bedroom, 2.5 bath, one car garage. No smoking or pets. $1,100/ month plus utilities. Month to month lease, $800 deposit. Call 680-5393. For sale or rent: Townhouse, three bedroom, two bath, one car garage. No smoking, no pets, $1,200/ month. 307-686-2542. Affordable homes starting at $1,000 per month. Stop by Century 21 Real Estate Associates at 2100 S. Douglas Hwy., 307-6870440. Two bedroom, one bath duplex, one car garage. Washer/ dryer, no pets, no smoking, $750/ rent, $750/ utilities 307-6890202. Four- five bedroom home, two bath. $1,550, some utilities included. 307-217-3353 Studio house, furnished off street parking. Available March 1st, $600/ month, $600/ deposit. 299-4474. Four bedroom, two bath, near hospital, $1,500/ month. 307-299-0074. Three bedroom, 2-1/2 bath townhouse, two car garage. No smoking, no pets. $1,200/ month, $1,000/ deposit plus utilities. Year lease, references requested. Serious inquiries only. Call 307-689-7999 for showing. Three bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, $950/ month, $950/ deposit. Tenant pays utilities. 307-6825621. Very clean, two bedroom townhouse, garage. No pets. Westover. 680-2330.





Three bedroom, two bath, washer/ dryer, most pets okay. Also three bedroom, two bath, washer/ dryer, large deck, front porch and fenced yard. 307-680-6274.

14x70, two bedroom, one bath in Antelope MHP. Fenced in yard, pets welcome Call 6867130. Doublewide, four bedroom, two bath, fenced yard, storage shed, available immediately. 307-682-1885, 307-680-8542 or 307-6807885. Three bedroom, 2-12 bath, 2,000-sq.ft. doublewide, $1,200/ month. Five bedroom, three bath, 2,500-sq.ft., $1,350/ month. No pets, no smoking. 307-689-0100. Moorcroft: Totally renovated, three bedroom, one bath. $700 per month. Call Milt 307-6227800. Newly remodeled, free month rent, three bedroom, two bath, laundry facility provided. Moorcroft. 605-545-1833.


Two weeks free on a new six month lease. Two bedroom in a quiet four-plex with a one car garage. Also includes washer and dryer. $800 a month. No pets allowed. Please call Real Estate Systems for more information 307682-0964. $700. Very nice three bedroom in quiet fourplex, $700 deposit. No pets, six month lease. 686-0705. $750, two bedroom townhouse, washer/ dryer, no pets. Six month lease. 686-0705. Newly remodeled two bedroom in four-plex, $700/ month, $700 deposit. 307-680-2585. One bedroom apartment, $650/ month plus utilities. No pets. References required. 6809440.

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


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

Stop in for other weekly specials.

Two bedroom apartment with garage, 307351-2048 or 307-670-3744. $695 and up. Two bedroom, immaculate apartments. Fresh paint, new flooring. Low move in cost, 686-6488. One bedroom apartment, $500 plus utilities. No pets and no smoking. Ask about our move in special. Monthly leases available. Call 660-9035. $800 per month, includes utilities. Allows small pets. Two bedroom, one bath apartments. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. at 307-682-0964 for more information.

Clean two bedroom, one bath mobile home. $700/ month plus utilities. No pets, references required. 680-9440.

Warlow Drive Apartments, 1720 W. Warlow Dr. One, two, and three bedroom studio apartments available. Utilities included. Clean, new windows, laundry facilities, playground and much more. Remodel complete. Office hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Call 682-5041 for more information. Kendrick apartment ,two bedroom, $775/ month, all utilities included. Call Steve Laakso, 680-4956 or Josh McGrath, 680-5064, ERA Boardwalk Real Estate Inc.

Located in Wright, Cottonwood MHP, 28x64 mobile home. Three bedroom, two bath, fenced yard, $1,000/ month. Call Jim 307-6808542, Carol 307-680-7885 or the office 307682-1885. Four bedroom, one bath, $850/ month. 6899529.

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

NO UTILITY DEPOSITS!! PET FRIENDLY. Two bedroom, washer/ dryer. Utilities included. 307-299-3854.

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

Great rentals at great prices! Low deposit, washer and dryer, pets welcome. 680-2536, 680-0854. Three bedroom trailer. For information call 660-5210.

Three bedroom, two full bath doublewide, fenced in yard, some utilities included. 307660-3891.

Mobile homes for rent. 680-9508.

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Convenient location, small furnished apartment with utilities, $500/ month. 307-696-9171. Well maintained two bedroom, close to courthouse. 299-5436. Three bedroom, $675/ month. 307-660-8388.

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

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


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Where convenience doesn’t mean expensive. PRICES MAY CHANGE.

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Move in special: Two weeks free with a six month lease on select one bedrooms. No pets allowed. Please call Real Estate Systems for more information at 307-682-0964. Two bedroom apartment, pets okay. You pay electricity. 660-2786.


washer dryer hook-ups. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. for more information 307-682-0964.



Apartments starting at $400 per month. Stop by Century 21 Real Estate Associates at 2100 S. Douglas Hwy., 307-687-0440.

Low weekly rates available at the Super 8 Motel. 307-6828078.

Two bedroom, one bath, $650/ month, $650/ deposit. Washer/ dryer hookups, tenant pays utilities. Six month lease. Two weeks free. 307682-5621.

Furnished room, utilities, Wi-Fi, satellite, $450/ month. 307-689-2881.

Nice two bedroom duplex in quiet neighborhood. Call 660-8919. One, two and three bedroom apartments available. Call Highland Property Management to see if you are income qualified, 685-8066. EHO. Nice three bedroom, two bathroom apartment with family room, $850/ month plus utilities. No pets. References required. 680-9440. 1/2 a month free on a new six month lease. Two bedroom apartment, $595. Small dogs accepted. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964. Fairway Estates – 307-686-9988. Income restricted. Includes garage. Three bedroom, $768/ month, two bedroom, $665/ month. Four-plex. Two bedroom, one bath, appliances and vertical blinds. No Smoking and No Pets. $700 plus utilities. 307-670-8263. Two bedroom, unfurnished, utilities paid. 307756-2431. Several two bedroom, one bath apartments for rent. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc. at 307-682-0964 for more details. Centrally located two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath apartment, $750 a month, offers fireplace and

Furnished rooms with real kitchens starting at $150/ week, $75 deposit, clean, quiet Sunset Inn, 307-682-4047. Low weekly rates. Includes breakfast. Rodeway Inn, 409 Butler Spaeth Road. $450/ month, $250/ deposit, utilities plus WiFi/ cable included. Access to kitchen/ laundry. 307-660-9874. Furnished rooms, starting at $150/ week. 307756-2431. Mature, clean adult, $400. Available now. 682-3360.



Mobile home lot for rent in small park. 6806274. Mobile home lots available. $375/ month, $100/ security deposit. 307-682-8000. 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 rent. For information call 660-5210. Mobile home lot for rent in small park. 6806274.

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Space for small trailer, near downtown. No pets 682-4196.



Just remodeled. Three offices, bathroom, coffee bar. Five offices, two bathrooms, break room, Boxelder Business Center, Steve Shurtz. 689-5551. ADA compliance. 11 or 12 offices, 3-1/2 baths, plenty of parking and offices ready for phone, Internet and network. Fresh paint and a lot of new flooring. Call Gordon 689-6565 for your showing.



Southern Drive Self Storage. Located 1/2 mile West of Highway 59 on Southern Drive. 307-685-2888. Storage Units, outside, boat and trailer spaces easy access. Best price in town. Arapahoe Street. Engel & Associates. 307-687-0000. AA Fenced Storage, 12x40, 1307 Southern Drive. 307-257-2047.



Single female roommate wanted to split two bedroom 50/50. 689-5474.

Four offices with reception, great location and parking, 101 Kendrick. 660-1964 or 682-1500.

Clean, non-smoking roommate wanted. 6821337.

1,500 square feet of office space in Camel Plaza, available Immediately. Please call Real Estate Systems of Gillette Inc., 307-682-0964.

Roommates needed! Two rooms available for rent in a three bedroom townhouse. Call or text for details! 605-682-9923.

Office, Retail, and/or Warehouse space. Strip mall location. Admin support included. Copier, Fax, and Wireless Internet available. Negotiable. Serious inquiries only 307680-9798 Mall.

Room in a nice singlewide, WiFi, $350/ month 307-299-9905.

Individual offices, (150 sq.-ft. to 200 sq.-ft.), office suite (1,350 sq.-ft.), excellent downtown office building location. 686-6347, ask for Mike.

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


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

8x20 storage, $75/ month. 307-680-2252. 10x20 storage units and 12x40 RV, boat spots. Antelope Butte Storage LLC, 685-8178. Beacon Self Storage, 686-9729. New units. 1375 Southern Drive.



4,000-sq.ft. shop with office and waiting area. Corner of Lakeway and Powder Basin Avenue. 888-666-7969 or 307-696-2060. 40’x60’ shop, office and bath, two 14’ overhead doors, three phase, on an acre lot. 6825909 or 660-7135. 2500-sq.ft. shop, drive through, 14x14 overhead doors. 307-689-7500. Two shops for rent in city, highway frontage. 680-0854.

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.

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For more information, call 686-0804.

Lunches Wed., Feb. 27: Tortilla Crunch Tilapia, Macaroni & Cheese, Malibu Vegetables, Lemon Muffin, Rainbow Sherbet. Thurs., Feb. 28: City of Gillette Sponsored Dinner: Pork Loin, Potatoes & Gravy, Country Trio Veggies, Dinner Roll, Chunky Applesauce. Fri., March 1: First National Bank Birthday Dinner: Roast Beef & Gravy, Baby Red Potatoes, Green Beans, Oriental Salad, Dinner Roll, Cake & Ice Cream. Mon., March 4: Beanie Weinies, Tri Taters, Chuckwagon Corn, Garlic Toast, Fruit & Yogurt. Tues., March 5: Green Pepper Casserole, Baked Sweet Potato, Tossed Salad, Jell-O, Tapioca Pudding.

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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Shop, office space, (6,000-sq.ft.), fenced yard, and parking, $3,500/ month. 307-680-3285. 40x60 heated shop with two 12x12 overhead doors. 689-7500.


Beautiful dining room table with six chairs. Medium cherry finish. Asking $500 or best offer. 307-682-7459. Furniture for sale at the Rodeway Inn. Please call for details, 682-4757.



Bushmaster AR-15 5.56 C15 Superlite Carbine, two 30 round mags, brand new in box. $1,500, 682-2173.

5,600 sq.ft. building. Four large doors, offices, fenced yard. Lease terms negotiable. 5753 Winland Drive. 682-6266.



Heavy duty super capacity Whirlpool washer and dryer. 680-0103.

ATTENTION FUR HARVESTERS!! Petska Fur traveling your area. High quality western fur in strong demand See for route details or contact Greg 308-750-0700. Stag 15-AR, Trigicon-Acog scope, Advance combat optics, quad P rail, seven- 30 rounds P mags, one- 20 rounds P mag, 1,500 rounds ammo, soft carry case, four mag belt case, tactical Fab, four grip/ bipod, UTG EL338 light with p-switch, five MW laser grain dot with pswitch, tactical sling, rear p-sight, 350 bullets, 100 primers, complete die set RCBS. $3,800. Thomas 307-670-1632.



Maytag Neptune HE washer, new tub bearings and seals, $400/ OBO. 307-696-3582.

Cocker Spaniel puppies, $500 First shots 605-892-4176.

White Maytag top load washer, $250. White GE dryer, less than year old, $250. 307-6824302. Will pick up used washer and dryers for free. 307-680-8736

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



Monica Walker & Whitney Cole

Purebred Black Lab puppies, $350, females; $300, males. 605-890-1542. AKC Doberman Pinscher puppies 307299-2914.

Firewood for sale. 307-629-0804, 307-6291514.


One AKC German Shorthaired Pointer puppy, 11 weeks old, male. $400. 307-682-4049.

from A’ Do Salon are now a part of the staff at

Entourage Hair Design.



Gold’s gym 450, 307-660-6362. Elk and Deer Antlers wanted. Any amount, all grades. 208-403-3140 for prices. Military weapons and ammunition. 670-8321.

405 W. Boxelder St., Suite A


For an appointment please call 686-3019. Farrier 17 years of experience, Justin. 307621-0727.



Ultra Lite


Stock #N1J50090 WAS $19,027

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‘13 JAY FEATHER Ultra Lite

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Safe Minimum Internal Temperatures 145°F 160°F 165°F

Beef, pork, veal and lamb (roasts, steaks and chops) Ground meat Poultry (whole, parts or ground)


Things to Know Before You Shop the Meat Case  There’s no need to pay extra for poultry or pork that’s labeled hormone-free. USDA prohibits farmers from using hormones to raise chicken and pigs.  Nearly all beef cattle, whether raised organically or conventionally, spend the majority of their lives on pastures eating grass.  Purchasing organic, grass-fed and freerange meats does not make them safer to consume. These labels refer to how the animals are raised, but all meat and poultry can contain bacteria that could cause illness.  Most cases of foodborne illness can be prevented with proper processing, handling and cooking of food to destroy bacteria.


iring up the grill is an American tradition. The farm families who produce the food so many people enjoy at backyard cookouts want to share some of their favorite grilling recipes, as well as an appreciation for how food gets from the farm to the table. Farmers like Amanda Folkens, from Iowa, Danell Kalcevic, from Colorado, and Nicole Small, from Kansas, have joined with more than 70 other farmer volunteers across the country in the CommonGround program as a way to talk with home cooks about how food is grown and raised. “On our farm, animal care is top priority, as it is for thousands of other family farms in the U.S.” said Amanda. “By keeping our animals indoors, we make sure they are protected from predators, disease and bad weather.” To learn more about family farms and facts about your food, visit www.FindOurCommonGround. com. Here are some of Amanda, Danell and Nicole’s favorite grilling recipes.

Grilled Hawaiian Ham Sandwich By Amanda Folkens Serves: 1 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1/2 tablespoon seasoning pepper 1 to 2 1/4-inch thick ham slices (about the same thickness as the bread) Cooking spray Pineapple slices (can be fresh or canned) 2 slices sourdough bread Preheat grill for high heat. Mix brown sugar with pepper to create a rub mixture. Using your hands, massage the rub onto both sides of the slices of ham. Ham slices should be completely covered (front and back) with brown sugar mix. Place ham slices on sheet of lightly greased foil, then place onto grill. On separate sheet of greased foil, lay pineapple slices out, uncovered. Cook for 6 to 8 minutes or until brown caramelization appears around edges of ham and pineapple. Remove ham and pineapple from heat and assemble onto toasted sourdough bread.

Beef Rack of Ribs By Danell Kalcevic Serves: 4 to 6 Salt (to taste) 1 tablespoon black pepper (to taste) 1 tablespoon seasoned garlic salt (to taste) Cayenne pepper (optional) 1 to 2 racks of beef ribs (number of racks based on number of people) 1 tablespoon yellow mustard 1/3 cup brown sugar One bottle of favorite barbeque sauce The night before serving, prepare rub for beef ribs (salt, pepper, seasoned garlic salt and optional cayenne pepper). Sprinkle both sides of ribs and then rub vigorously. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. In the morning, place on medium temperature grill and spread yellow mustard and brown sugar on each side of the ribs. Grill for 5 to 8 minutes until each side is slightly browned and caramelized.

Remove ribs from grill and slice with sharp knife. Place individual ribs in a crock pot on low. Add one bottle of your favorite barbeque sauce. Let simmer 6 to 8 hours.

Country Barbecue Potatoes By Nicole Small Serves: 4 to 6 2 pounds small red potatoes 2 tablespoons butter, melted 1 teaspoon honey 3 teaspoons seasoned salt 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon pepper Preheat oven to 450°F. Coat 9 x 13 baking pan with nonstick spray. Cut potatoes into small to medium– sized pieces and put in pan. Melt butter and honey, and then drizzle over potatoes. Sprinkle with seasoned salt, salt, garlic powder and pepper. Toss well to coat. Bake, uncovered, for 25 to 30 minutes, or until potatoes are tender and golden brown. Stir potatoes at least once.

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John Deere tractor, 1020, runs good, lots of extras. $5,200 OBO. 670-5364. 1066 International with Du-Al loader, runs good, $7,800. 660-1204.



Round net wrapped bales of hay for sale. Call 701-871-0221.



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


Bumper Sticker Humor My opinions may have changed, but not the fact that I am right. Confidence is the feeling you have before you understand the situation. It doesn’t matter what temperature a room is. It is always room temperature. Sarcasm helps keep you from telling people what you really think of them. Reality is a nice place, but I wouldn’t want to live there.

This Month in History February 28 1994 - American fighter planes shot down four Bosnian Serb jets in a no-fly zone, marking the first military action by NATO in the Bosnian civil war. February 29 1872 - Yellowstone became the first national park. 1940 - Hattie McDaniel, who starred as Mammy in “Gone With the Wind,” became the first black actress to win an Academy Award. 1972 - Baseball player Hank Aaron signed a three-year deal with the Atlanta Braves, worth $200,000 per year, making him the highest-paid player in Major League Baseball at the time.

WANT TO BUY Enclosed trailer. 687-1509.

Old toys, especially pre-1970. 687-1509. Video Games. Guaranteed best prices in town! All disk games need to be in original case. GO WEST GAMES. 685-0900. Want to buy any campers for cash. Call 6800854.

Kids who inspire

Wanted: Fruit jars. 689-2338.



Approximately 250SF stained glass. For details, 307-745-4795. New 8x12 shed, $1,100. 307-756-3314. Majestic circulating heat fireplace, $400 OBO. Free standing fireplace, $175 OBO. 686-1942. Central Boiler OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Safe, clean, efficient, WOOD HEAT Mountain Pines Construction LLC 605423-8113. Free wood pallets. Stop by 1201 W. 2nd St. or call the News-Record 682-9306.



Mountain Mudd Espresso business, $38,000. Motivated seller. All offers considered. 307-680-5502. Money & Freedom: Tree trimming and tree removal, 15 years of customers, bucket truck, dump truck and chipper, $75,000/ OBO. Will help first year to get established. Dr. Bob's, 307-687-0383. Dog grooming business for sale with a large client base. Call Kathy Wolff at REMAX Professionals today at 307-682-6622. Operating partner needed to manage business and direct activities of a major pizza restaurant new to Sheridan. Must have a successful track record of restaurant management and training. Salary DOE. Send resume to Blind Box 714, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717.



Jaden Earle, Age 9

In-home child care for one baby to preschool child, 24/7. 307-257-7486. Licensed daycare. 680-5661. Licensed Childcare available. 307-363-3680. Daycare and Preschool has openings for children two and older. Call 307-682-2906.



Toro personal pace mower, $150/ OBO. 307696-3582.

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By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, Ph.D.



What’s that clipped to a shark’s fin, collared to a bear or attached to a crow’s tail? The device has come of age, taking biologists deeper into the secret world of animals.

It’s one of the new generation of Crittercams, or wildlife cameras, worn by the animals themselves and capable of providing hours of footage and audio, along with a host of other scientific data, says Michael Greenwood in “Biophotonics International” magazine. The old version was eight pounds and two feet long, but today’s varieties go as light as a pound and a half for large terrestrial animals, a few ounces for birds and weightless in effect for marine animals as the cameras float in water. Using an infrared headlight, the Crittercam beams a real-time signal up to three miles in color or black and white, revealing the animal’s home environment. (There’s a smaller system for house cats, birds, etc.). More than 60 species have been Crittercammed, from a lioness in Africa to a humpback whale in Alaska, providing images that in many cases have never been seen before. Generally the target animals have reacted well, though one shark thrashed about so aggressively it knocked off the camera and had to be released for its own safety. On the other hand, when a camera was affixed to a lion in Kenya, the animal actually groomed itself and cleaned the lens for the researchers! It gives us the animal’s-eye view of the world, says, and what we learn helps us protect the very animals that wear the Crittercams.

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WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALENDAR Wednesday, Feb. 27 – Tuesday March 5 WEDNESDAY FREE TAX HELP, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., by appointment, Campbell County Senior Center, 686-0804. LAURA INGALLS WILDER’S ADVENTURES, 6:30 p.m., $6 for adults, $4 for children, senior citizens and military, Heritage Center, 682-8802. THURSDAY TEEN ANIME CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. HOME SCHOOL KIDS, 2 to 3:30 p.m., class fee $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. CRAZY FUN DRAWING, 4 to 5 p.m., class fee $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE, 4 to 5 p.m., class fee $85, AVA Community Art Center. FREE TAX HELP, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., walk in welcome, Campbell County Public Library. FAMILY LEARNING NIGHTS, 5:45 p.m., second grade, Meadowlark gym. GILLETTE CHALLENGER LEAGUE GAMES, 6 to 7 p.m., special needs children games, Frontier Hall at the Wyoming Center at Cam-plex. LANDSCAPE PAINTING WITH NANCY BROWN, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., class fee $85, six-week course, AVA Art Center. FRIDAY LITTLE TIKES, 10 to 11 a.m., 18 months to 6 years old, AVA Community Art Center. TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 10 a.m., Campbell County Public Library. KOHR AND CALDWELL BARREL AND POLE CLINIC, 4 to 8 p.m., pre-registration required, Barn 3 Cam-plex, 687-1511. WOMEN OF IRELAND, 7 p.m., $30 adults, $25 children, senior citizens and military, Heritage Center.

All your winter needs available at:

OPEN MIC NIGHT, 7 p.m., Brother’s Coffee, 300 S. Gillette Ave., open to poetry, music, comedy, dramatic interpretation, etc. call 682-4199. SATURDAY KOHR AND CALDWELL BARREL AND POLE CLINIC, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., pre-registration required, Barn 3 Cam-plex, 687-1511. RELAY FOR LIFE, 8 to 10 a.m., pancake breakfast, $5 per person, Applebee’s, call Rita for tickets, 682-9857. ACTRA SPRING FLING, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., free to spectators, East Pavilion, Cam-plex. SATURDAY LITTLE TIKES, 10 to 11 a.m., AVA Community Art Center. OPEN PLAY GAMING, 1 to 4 p.m., for teens, Campbell County Public Library. WII SATURDAY, 1 to 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library Tween room. For fourth through sixth grades. BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE, 4 to 5 p.m., class fee $85, AVA Community Art Center. CHUCKLE FOR CHARITIES, 6 to 10 p.m., $60 per person, Energy Hall, Cam-plex. COAL MINERS DAUGHTERS, 6 p.m., proceeds benefit thyroid cancer research, Central Pavillion, call 363-2625. PLANETARIUM, 7 p.m., Sky Tonight, Sage Valley Junior High School. PLANETARIUM, 8 p.m., Deep Sky Hunters, Sage Valley Junior High School. SUNDAY ACTRA SPRING FLING, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., free to spectators, East Pavilion, Cam-plex.

MONDAY TEEN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TEEN WRITERS’ GROUP, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. TUESDAY STORYTIME, 10:30 a.m., Campbell County Public Library children’s section, for children ages 3-5. Call 687-9225. FREE TAX HELP, 1 to 4 p.m., by appointment, First National Bank, 686-3300. HOME SCHOOL KIDS, 2 to 3:30 p.m., class fee $12.50, AVA Community Art Center. TEEN CARD CLUB, 4 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. WAGONWHEEL-K GRADE PROGRAM, 6:30 p.m., Heritage Center, Cam-plex. ADULT ANIME & CARD CLUB, 7 p.m., Campbell County Public Library. PLANETARIUM, 7 p.m., family show, Dawn of the Space Age, Sage Valley Junior High School. LEARN GUITAR, 4 to 5 p.m., class fee $50, AVA Community Art Center. A.W.A.K.E. SUPPORT GROUP, 6 to 7 p.m., free to anyone with questions about snoring, daytime sleepiness and more, Campbell County Public Library. Editor’s note: This calendar is a daily feature of the News-Record. Individuals or groups involved in any public activity may submit items to be listed. To submit an item, send a press release at least a week in advance to Gillette News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette WY 82717-3006, email it to news@ or bring it to the office at 1201 W. Second St.

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Children’s Dental Health Month


When kids get excited about brushing their teeth, they can proudly show off their pearly whites.

Brighten up the tooth-brushing experience As any parent knows, getting kids excited about anything that isn’t the latest toy or gadget is a hard sell. When it comes to getting kids excited about personal grooming habits, parents know the task is even taller than usual. As hard as parents may try, kids seem to have an innate aversion to brushing their teeth. Recognizing that, Dr. Fresh(R), Inc., the renowned manufacturer of popular and affordable oral care products, offers parents the following tips to get kids excited about taking care of their teeth. Make brushing fun: Even parents can admit that brushing your teeth isn’t the most fun thing a person does every day. However, that doesn’t mean this morning and nightly ritual

can’t be spiced up with a little creativity. Thanks to his own daughter’s stubbornness when it came to brushing her teeth, Dr. Fresh was inspired to add some dazzle to dental care. By taking the LCD light out of a pair of fancy sneakers and placing it in the bottom of a regular toothbrush, Dr. Fresh did just that. Employing the same blinking technology used in a pair of sneakers, the Firefly blinks for 60 seconds, instilling the dentist-recommended oneminute per arch brushing routine, but doing it in a way that’s fun for kids. Take the hurt out of brushing: One of the foremost reasons many kids don’t like brushing or even trips to the dentist is the pain principle. Kids, and even adults, often associate dental care or dental visits with pain. A brush such as the Firefly, with its soft and individually rounded bristles, is the perfect way to comfortable dental care. In fact, dentists have even recommended the Firefly to adults who have experienced difficulty with the harder bristle brushes made for men and women. Start early: Good dental care habits start at a young age. Unfortunately, so do bad ones, emphasizing the importance of reinforcing proper dental habits in children as early as possible. Studies have shown that childhood tooth decay is reaching an epidemic level in the United States. Dental professionals recommend replacing a toothbrush once every three months. In fact, the lights on the Firefly toothbrush stop functioning after the optimal number of uses, reminding kids and parents alike that it’s time for a new toothbrush. By giving kids a new, bright and blinking toothbrush when the light stops blinking, you can renew kids’ interest in brushing their teeth simply by following your dentist’s guidelines. For more information on the Firefly toothbrush, visit

Does My Child Need Braces? Your family or pediatric dentist will likely be the first person to point out the need for braces. He or she can usually recommend an orthodontist who specializes in children’s teeth. The Mechanics of Braces

Braces work by slowly forcing teeth into a position the orthodontist decides upon. Brackets are glued onto the front (or rear, lingual side for “invisible braces”) and then connected by an arch wire. A buccal tube on the band of the last molar holds the end of the arch wire securely in place.

When Is a Good Time for Braces?

It is not necessary to wait until your child’s permanent teeth are all in place before investigating braces. Many alignment problems and jaw problems can be corrected while the child is still growing. Length of Treatment and Cost

Braces are worn between one and three years depending upon the severity of the problem and how diligent the patient is regarding the use of headgear or rubber bands, or other treatment procedures.

The cost of braces ranges from $5,000 and up. Less visible braces may cost more because of their cosmetic nature. Are Braces Painful?

Most patients will experience mild soreness after tightening appointment or irritation from friction with mouth tissues and the metal hardware. Over-the-counter pain medications can alleviate soreness, while dental wax can smooth over points of irritation.

Making Dentist Visits Easier For Kids The Chicago Dental Society offers the following tips for parents to make dentist trips easier on little ones: start dental visits early; don’t make it such a ‘big deal;’ entertain while you wait; and relax. Your child can pick up on your anxieties. Remember, this is an important part of your child’s health.

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Internet Tidbit Your actual age may not always be a good indicator of your body’s real age in terms of health. When you visit RealAge. com, you can take the RealAge Test. This combines information about your lifestyle, genetics, and medical history. That combined with other factors, including your attitude toward life and diet, is all combined to give you a picture of your real health status. The researchers behind the RealAge Test have found results ranging from 19 years younger for a person with very healthy habits to 37 years older for someone who smokes with multiple health problems. What can you do with your result? It is a great starting point for discussions with your doctor and is a great motivator to improve your health and lifestyle habits.

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Concrete lifting. Repair rather than replace. 605-255-5010.or 605-209-6720.

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

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

Professional cleaning, residential and commercial. 307-670-4257.




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

Gunderson Painting. 33 years serving Gillette, free estimates 680-6865.

Custom sewing and alterations. 307-670-8824. AIR DUCT CLEANING. Chimney sweep services, dryer vents. Call 686-1267.

ALLEN HOME IMPROVEMENT. 689-8896. BRAD’S MOBILE HOME PARTS AND SERVICE. Free estimates. Call 307-299-5943 or 307-682-0155. Experienced drywall and finisher painter. Will fix any problems around your home or business. Call the Drywall Man, 670-8767. KraftMaid cabinets, factory sale. Design installation, remodeling The Remodel Shop. 6895551. Buchanan Excavating.and Snow Removal. Licensed and insured. 307670-8335, 307-660-1508, Chad.

Historic Occidental Hotel Get-AwayPackage. Suite, dinner, breakfast, $150. Like us on face book for chance to win free package. Mystery Theatre. March 22 & 23. 307-684-0451. Custom made wedding gowns. 307-660-9223. Available now Res-hab and Day-hab services for developmentally disabled persons. Please call Lisa Ellis 689-5033. Need something hauled away? Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394. Complete moving service. Call We’ll Clean It Up, 682-3394.

GARDNER HAULING. Roll off dump bins. Job site/ renovations/ cleanup, etc. Demolition and removal of any and all material. 307-257-9712. Beat anyone’s price!

You break it, I fix it. Equipment repairs and miscellaneous mechanical repairs. 307-6967303. Will do home canning. 307-689-2338.

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UNRESERVED AUCTION. Complete dispersal. Prairie Western Reclamation and Construction Inc. Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Estevan (Beinfait), Saskatchewan. Canadian Public Auction. 403-269-6600 or John Williams, 403-369-9879. SAWMILLS FROM ONLY $3997.00. Make and save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock; ready to ship. Free info/DVD: 1800-578-1363 Ex. 300N. WESTERN STAR POST FRAME BUILDINGS. 24x32x10 - $6,191.00, 30x40x12 - $8,826.00, 36x48x12 - $10,399.00, 42x56x14 $13,615.00. Complete material packages with instructions. Experienced and insured crews available. 1-800-658-5565. UINTA BANK, a strong independent bank, is looking to expand our exceptional staff. If you are interested in joining a dynamic team, send your resume to: Uinta Bank, P.O. Box 159, Mountain View, WY 82939, Attn: Human Resources. All information received will be held in confidence. FREEDOM ARMS, an EOE, is now taking applications for a CNC operator. Email resume to: or apply in person. For appointment call 307-883-2468. TEACHER for the deaf/hard of hearing. ASL preferred for the 2013-14 school year. Located in scenic, central Wyoming. See our website at: for application requirements.. OVER 403,000 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.

Place your classified ad here for results. Simply give us a call at 682-9306 or stop by 1201 W. 2nd St. We are now located in the News Record.

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Quick Tips: Travel Tip It pays to be flexible when bad weather hits your vacation plans. Use the sunny days to do activities that must be enjoyed outdoors. Have backup plans for those rainy or cold days. Take along a list of ideas in case the weather turns. You can enjoy museums, restaurants, shows, and cafes. If you only want to do outdoor activities, be sure to research when your destination has its rainy season and avoid that time altogether. Green Living Tip Household electronics can use energy even when they are turned off. Leaving an appliance plugged in allows it to draw a small amount of electricity at all times. To eliminate this energy draw, unplug your electronics and appliances when not in use. You can also use a power strip with an on/off switch. Turn the power off at the strip whenever you turn the appliance off. Food Tip You may think that keeping bread in the refrigerator makes it last longer, but it actually makes it stale faster. According to the Wheat Foods Council, the best way to store bread is to keep it tightly closed in its original plastic bag and keep it at room temperature. If you are storing homemade bread, wrap it well in plastic wrap after it has cooled completely.

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Prevention Tips: •Make your home look occupied. •Even if for a short time, lock all doors, windows, garages, etc. •Don’t let mail, papers, etc. build up. FEATURED CRIMES: •Arrange for lawn to be mowed while away. BURGLARY •Never leave keys in “secret” hiding Crime Stoppers needs your places, burglars know where to look. help in solving a burglary •Install a burglar alarm system. that occurred at the Huff N Puff Smoke Shop, located at Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones, 807 S. Douglas Hwy. on 2-9CPIW, LUTCF, DAE- Agent 13 at approximately 1:12 a.m. Auto-Preferred & SR22’s Unknown suspect(s) attempted Home Owners • Renters to force entry into Huff N Puff by breaking the rear bathroom Building Stronger window. The same window has Communities been used as an entry point in past burglaries. 1001 S. Douglas Hwy., Ste. 184 682-6520

NARCOTICS Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving narcotic crimes in Gillette. The Gillette Narcotics Investigation Team is requesting information relating to any drug related activity in Gillette.

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If you have information that can solve this or any other crime please call Crime Stoppers at 686-0400 or the High School Crime Stoppers at 682-4185. You can remain anonymous and may earn up to $1,000 in reward.

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Booth rental in Year Round Brown Beauty Salon. Includes manicure table. Call for more information 307-682-1555. General laborers and drivers with CDL (Class A or Class B) needed. Call Paintbrush Services 307-682-3913 or apply in person at 3575 N. Garner Lake Road. Bring current driving record when applying. Truck driver needed in Douglas area. Must have a Class A CDL. Minimum two years experience. 307-359-3210. Seeking sports fans with sense of humor, high energy and strong work ethic. If this is for you, apply in person at The Sports Bar, 1400 North Hwy. 14-16 for cocktail position. Western Industrial Contractors in Gillette has immediate openings for the following positions: Roustabouts, Laborers, and Skilled Mechanical Tradesman. Drug test will be performed as a condition of employment. Applicants with current MSHA training are desired. We offer benefits and competitive wages. For consideration, applicants may complete an application in person during 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday, at 6200 Oilfield Court, or you may submit your resume via email at or fax to 307-6827326. For more information, contact us at 307-682-7316. The Campbell County Public Library System



Board of Trustees is seeking an energetic, enthusiastic, innovative and service-oriented Library Director in Gillette, WY. The Director is responsible for the full management and leadership of all CCPLS services, staff, facilities and activities. Salary range: $82,680-$115,752 DOE with excellent benefits. A complete job description can be viewed at: A Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited institution is strongly preferred. A minimum of seven years of increasingly responsible professional library experience is required including significant administrative and supervisory responsibility, public relations, facilities planning, technology, human resources, budgeting and strategic planning. Application packets are available by contacting Peggy or Debbie at 307-687-0009 or from the library's website at Completed applications must be accompanied by a resume, contact information for three professional references and a cover letter which answers the question, "What special attributes can you bring to CCPLS?" Mail to: Campbell County Public Library Board of Trustees, Search Committee, 2101 S. 4J Road, Gillette, WY 82718. Applications will be accepted through March 29, 2013, 5:00 p.m. Campbell County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Full-time position for receptionist. Must have excellent customer service skills and previous medical experience. Send resume to Blind Box 707, C/O The News-Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717.

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



Dental Assistant School/ Front Office Administration School. Incredible opportunity! New school held in a state-of-the-art dental office in Gillette. Held on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6-9:30 pm for three months. Next class begins April 2, 2013! Tuition for assisting $3,995 and $5,495 for assisting and front office training. No interest financing available. Call 686-1567 to sign up or email Limited spaces available so hurry and reserve your spot today! Hiring experienced Drill Mechanic. Apply at Call 307-686-7536 for more information. Major Metal Services accepting applications for a Laborer/ Warehouse position. Experience in the steel industry preferred but willing to train the right person. Plenty of advancement opportunities Paid vacation and benefits. Pay DOE. Apply in person at 1110 Robertson Circle, Gillette, WY. EOE. Consolidated Oil Well Services is seeking an experienced electronics technician. A strong understanding of computer controlled pumping equipment is required. The ability to obtain a Class A CDL will also be required. Some oncall and traveling will be necessary in this position. Salary will depend on experience. Please email resumes to or fax to 307-686-4917. Skilled AUTO MECHANIC needed. Must have tools. Franks Alignment, 682-0160.



Opening for an experienced floral designer. Apply in person, Laurie’s Flower Hut, Southview Shopping Center. Mountain West CDL School DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL in just weeks, job replacement assistance, refresher courses, learner’s permit training, Hazmat, Tankers Doubles and Triples. 307-299-3645. Seeking full-time and part-time janitorial workers. Starting at $9/ hour. Please call 1-800358-7038. Urgent LPN Openings! Correctional Healthcare Companies is currently seeking LPN's to work full-time at Sheridan County Detention Facility in Sheridan. This position is a 36 hour day shift. To apply, please visit: For questions, please contact Tiffany Tate at: 720-622-8046. Looking for an Assistant Manager in a fast paced convenience store. Please send qualifications and salary requirements to Blind Box 614, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. Class A CDL Drivers needed. Pre-screen drug test. 307-299-2330. 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.


A leading oil field service has the following positions available in Casper, Wyoming.

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NWCCD Job Openings Gillette College Asst. VP of Academic Affairs/ Asst. Dean of Gillette College, Director of Student Readiness, Welding Instructor, Diesel Instructor. Sheridan College Art Instructor, Machine Tool Instructor. Positions include excellent benefits. Please see on-line job postings and application at: EOE.

MINING SALES REPRESENTATIVE. Arnold Machinery Company is looking for an energetic, self-starter to join its Mining Division. Prefer five to ten years of proven success selling large capital goods to mines. Experience selling trucks, shovels or drills a plus. Prefer a Bachelor’s degree. Multi-western states territory so travel is required. Prefer a candidate who lives in, or would relocate to, a central point within the territory. Gillette, WY would be a plus. Please contact the Arnold Machinery Company web site then go to Job Opportunities, choose Jobs by Division, Mining Division and jobs available.

EARN EXTRA CASH AS AN ADVERTISER CARRIER! Once a week delivery routes now open in: Stocktrail, Saunders Subdivision, Sage Valley, Remington Estates and Southpark. Call Deanna at 682-9306, Ext. 225. Leave message if there is no answer.

DENTAL ASSISTANT $15-$18/hour to start DOE. Seeking enthusiastic self-motivated chair-side dental assistant. Dental experience is required. Excellent hours, benefits are offered. Email confidential resume to

Concrete Foreman: Minimum four years foreman experience. Travel may be required. Fax resume 307-686-1209. Now hiring Class A CDL driver. Must have Tanker, Hazmat endorsements and MSHA, $18-$20/ hour DOE. Minimum two years driving experience. Must pass DOT physical and drug test. Clean driving record. Call 307-2579158. Salon booth rental, great location in established salon. Hair Studio 2000, 686-3701. Now hiring for cocktail server. Please apply in person at Best Western Tower West Lodge, 109 N US Hwy 14-16. No phone calls. Position available for a couple to live on site on a remote location. Must be fluent in Thai and English. Must have experience in gardening (fruit, vegetable, landscaping, and decorative), housekeeping, maintaining laying chickens, and preparing authentic Thai food. Housing provided. Generous salary to commensurate with experience. If interested please contact Andi, 307-682-4940.

ACROSS 1. Enlivens, with “up” 5. Far from fresh 10. Bawl 13. Arch type 14. Plagiarist 15. Grassland 16. Language conversion 18. “A Nightmare on ___ Street” 19. Son of Zeus and husband of Andromeda who slew Medusa 20. “On ___ on 21. Battering device 22. Specks in the sea 23. Obsession (2 wds) 25. Cousin of -trix 26. Not us 28. Indy entrant 29. Constrain (2 wds) 31. Bit 32. Regional 35. “The Joy Luck Club” author 36. Invitation notation 37. Largest lake in Italy 39. Course

Drivers-Regional FB. Sign-on bonus! Great benefits, home time! All miles paid. 23 years of age, two years experience, good MVR,. 800-525-6958 x1102. Wanted: Experienced Oil Field Pumper. Send resumes to: Handran Production Service, 1800 Shalom Ave., Gillette, WY. 82718. Tammie’s Home Care Service provides in home respite care to our clients. Now taking applications. Must be 18 years or older, have a valid driver’s license, be able to pass a drug and background check. Must be responsible and dependable. Serious inquiries only. Call 682-8477 Monday-Thursday, 9am-4pm to make an appointment to apply. Commercial cleaning. Hiring immediately. Must be dependable and pay attention to detail. Send resume to Blind Box 713, C/O The News Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY. 82717.



Avon Representatives needed in Wyoming. "It's just the right time....for Avon". $10 Start-up kit. For information about this great opportunity call 307-670-2724, or email Sandi (Independant Sales Rep) at Part time position for data entry. Entry level position. Send resume to Blind Box 715, C/O The News-Record, P.O. Box 3006, Gillette, WY 82717. HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION APPRENTICE: 6000 Hour Apprenticeship Programs for: Entry-Level Equipment Operator, Crusher Operator. Riverside Contracting is accepting resumes for the 2013 construction season for their Highway Apprenticeship Program. This program is NOT union affiliated and all positions are woman and minority preferred. Full-time (seasonal) employment, long hours, travel required throughout Montana and Wyoming. References checked. Pre-employment drug test and valid driver’s license required. Federal wages paid according to graduating scale – minimum wages starting around $16.50/hr. plus health/ pension benefits. D.O.E. work. First project located near Gillette, Wyoming. Email resumes to: with Subject: Riverside Apprenticeship -or- fax resumes to 406-721-9394. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Outpatient orthopedic surgical center looking for full-time certified scrub tech, experience required, benefits available. Please send resume to Powder River Surgery Center, LLC, 906 W. 6th St., Ste. C, Gillette WY 82716; ATTN: Michelle Hiring experienced field service tech. Apply at Call 307-686-7536 for more information.

Hiring experienced field service tech Apply at Call 307-686-7536 for more information.

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STROKE IDENTIFICATION It only takes a minute to read this...A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours he can totally reverse the effects of a stroke...totally. He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough. RECOGNIZING A STROKE Thank God for the sense to remember the '3' steps, STR. Read and learn! Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster. The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke. Now doctors say a bystander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions: S *Ask the individual to SMILE. T *Ask the person to TALK and SPEAK A SIMPLE SENTENCE (Coherently) (i.e. It is sunny out today) R *Ask him or her to RAISE BOTH ARMS. If he or she has trouble with ANY ONE of these tasks, call 911 immediately and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher. New Sign of a Stroke - Stick Out Your Tongue NOTE: Ask the person to 'stick' out his tongue. If the tongue is 'crooked', if it goes to one side or the other, that is also an indication of a stroke.





Maintenance Manager, Rolling Stock Sabine Mining Company, located in East Texas, has an opening for a Maintenance Manager of Rolling Stock. Some of the responsibilities include: •Ensure the safety of personnel by promoting safe work attitudes. •Direct the prioritizing of work assignments to maximize employee productivity and optimize equipment utilization. •Build effective working relationships with all departments through participation at meetings, and promoting daily cooperative interaction. •Provide leadership to supervisors in administering of fair and consistent personnel policy. •Provide leadership by setting standards of performance in all areas. •Coordinate work schedules including daily and weekend overtime schedules. •Build effective working relationships with Sabine’s customers through participation at joint meetings and through daily cooperative interaction with their representatives. •Ensure implementation of a comprehensive, work order-based, preventive maintenance program. •Assist in the development of the annual maintenance budget and ensure that expenditures are maintained within specified budgetary limits. •Provide input for formulating and defining policy at the mine site level. •Direct and monitor the performance of supervisors, observing their effectiveness and subsequently conducting performance reviews. •Reviewing safety meetings, reviewing reports and work plans and performing spot inspections of equipment and work areas. •Plan and coordinate activities with production departments. •Establish and monitor training within the department, as required for growth and development of employees. •Other duties as assigned. Qualified candidates should have a four year college degree or equivalent experience. A minimum of 5-7 years of related experience is necessary for someone to start in this position. A college degree may be substituted for up to 3 years of experience. Supervisory and managerial experience at a mining location is necessary. Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and good working knowledge of Word, Excel, and MS Outlook. Sabine offers an excellent benefits plan and a competitive salary.

Interested applicants should email their resume with salary requirement to: or can fax to HR Dept. (903) 660-4202. Qualified applicants only; EEO, M/F

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If you find that you are becoming overwhelmed by your debt, now is the time to take control. The first step is to track your spending. Knowing where your money is going will give you a head start on controlling your expenses. Try recording every last penny you spend for the month. You will get a clearer picture of your current spending status. You will need to set up a budget. By tracking your expenses, you will now know where your money goes. You can then see better which expenses are easy to eliminate without too much pain. Writing down your budget, posting it where you can see it often, and using it to track future expenses can go a long way towards getting your finances under control. Your next step will be to develop a debt elimination plan. While it may seem overwhelming at first, coming up with a plan will allow you to see which way you should proceed. Paying off your highest interest debt first is one approach to take. You can also consider eliminating the greatest monthly draw on your available funds. Either way, carefully analyze the costs and benefits of each approach. If you feel that you cannot eliminate your debt without some help, consider getting credit counseling. This assistance is often low-cost or even free and will give you specific strategies for eliminating your debt. They offer help with budgeting, contacting your creditors, and interest rate reductions. They can also help you avoid bankruptcy by developing a plan to tackle that debt.

CDL Drivers Wanted 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 • Top Wages

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This Month in History February 23 - 1695 - German composer, George Frederick Handel, was born in Halle, Saxony, Germany. 1893 - Rudolf Diesel received a patent in Germany for the engine that bears his name. 1942 - In the ďŹ rst attack on the U.S. mainland during World War II, a Japanese submarine ďŹ red 25 shells at an oil reďŹ nery on the edge of Ellwood Oil Field 12 miles west of Santa Barbara, California. 1945 - U.S. Marines raised the U.S. ďŹ&#x201A;ag on the PaciďŹ c island of Iwo Jima. 1991 - As part of the Desert Storm operation, Allied forces launched a ground offensive against Iraqi forces, subduing them in just 100 hours. 1997 - Researchers announced the ďŹ rst successful cloning of an animal, a lamb named Dolly, with a genetic makeup identical to that of her mother. February 24 - 1582 - Pope Gregory XIII issued a bull correcting the Julian calendar that was then ten days in error, with a new calendar, the Gregorian calendar, named for him. 1786 - Wilhelm Carl Grimm, writer of fairy tales, was born in Hanau, Germany. 1867 - The U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach President Andrew Johnson in a dispute over reconstruction strategies in the South following the Civil War. 1874 - One of the ďŹ rst ďŹ ve players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Honus Wagner, nicknamed the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Flying Dutchman,â&#x20AC;? was born in Carnegie, Pennsylvania. February 25 - 1791 - The First Bank of the U.S. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, became the ďŹ rst national bank chartered by Congress. 1841 - Impressionistic painter Pierre Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges, France. 1870 - Hiram Rhoades Revels, a Republican from Natchez, Mississippi, was sworn into the U.S. Senate, becoming the ďŹ rst African American ever to sit in Congress. 1964 - Cassius Clay, later known as Muhammad Ali, became the world heavyweight boxing champion by defeating Sonny Liston. February 26 - 1829 - Bavarian immigrant and creator of blue jeans, Levi Strauss was born in Buttenheim, Germany. 1846 - William â&#x20AC;&#x153;Buffalo Billâ&#x20AC;? Cody was born in Scott County, Iowa. 1848 - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Communist Manifesto.â&#x20AC;? 1919 - Grand Canyon National Park was established by an act of Congress. 1932 - Country music star Johnny Cash was born in Kingsland, Arkansas. 1993 - A 1,210-lb. bomb packed in a van exploded in the underground parking garage of the World Trade Center in New York City, killing six people and injuring more than 1,000. February 27 - 1807 - American poet and writer Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was born in Portland, Maine. 1950 - The 22nd Amendment to the Constitution was ratiďŹ ed, limiting the tenure of presidential ofďŹ ce to two terms. 1991 - After 100 hours, the ďŹ rst Gulf War was ended when Allied troops entered Kuwait City, Kuwait, and President George H. W. Bush declared it to be liberated.







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