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Sunday, April 10, 2011


If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to your mountain, “MOVE!” and it will move... and nothing will be impossible for you - Matthew 17:20

THE BIRD AT A GLANCE TOP OF THE NEWS Herder Home Girl Tresch Signs with MSU Linc Purchases Oil Assets in Glenrock Glenrockian Gives To Japan

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Immediate revenue to be realised following completion of the transaction Linc Energy Ltd announced on March 23, 2011 that its wholly owned subsidiary, Linc Energy Petroleum (Wyoming) Inc., has acquired three producing oil fields (approximately 27,856 acres) from Rancher Energy Corp., as of March 01, 2011 Linc secured immediate oilproduction and a significant CO2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR) opportunity.

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Potential to increase oil production from EOR (CO2 Flooding) could be in the 10,000 barrels/ day to 20,000 barrels/day range with total recoverable oil from these fields being approximately 100 million barrels.

Independent reports commissioned by Rancher Energy indicate that the fields have the potential to increase recoverable oil by up to 70 million bar-

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Current oil production of approximately 190 barrels per day across three fields.

The three fields purchased from Rancher Energy are “Big Muddy”, “South Glenrock B” and “South Cole Creek”. The fields, located 15 miles east of Casper, Wyoming, have combined production of 146.6 million barrels of oil to date from an estimated Original Oil in Place (OOIP) of 466.6 million barrels of oil.

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Linc Energy has acquired 27,856 acres of producing oil fields in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming, USA from Rancher Energy Corp.

The three oil fields have been acquired from Rancher Energy Corp., a Nevada corporation currently in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, for a total consideration of US$20 million. Prior to entering Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Rancher Energy Corp. had acquired the three fields for a total consideration of approximately US$70 million. The Linc acquisition of the Rancher Energy assets was approved by the United States Bankruptcy Court on February 24, 2011.

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Glenrockian Nikki Tresch plays basketball for Gillette. But not for long. She will be signing with Montana State University and the talks all about that. Photo courtesy Nikki Tresch. See story page 5

Uranium One Not Affected by Japan At This Time Spokesperson for Uranium One Donna Wichers stated today that although events like those of which took place in Japan over three weeks ago, could affect the production of Uranium here in the Cowboy State, it is not likely to happen at this time. Uranium is the fuel that powers Nuclear Reactors, and an event like what hap-

pened in Japan could temporarily decrease the price of Uranium which could impact the economics of new uranium projects and perhaps delay those projects until the economics recover. "We have not changed our plans for future uranium production in Converse County, and in fact we will probably increase current production in Johnson and Campbell Counties, Wyo-

ming." Stated Wichers. Wichers also stated that the proposed Ludeman project (a new location that will produce Uranium) located in Converse County, is still a go and will more than likely begin production in 2014 depending on the success of permitting.

On Friday March 11, 2011, Tokyo, Japan was hit by a 9.0 earthquake followed by a giant Tsunami which then triggered explosions at a nuclear power plant. Over three weeks after the devastation, the death toll is still rising and thousands are still missing. At this point, clean drinking water is a hard to find item, as rescuers still search for survivors and victims of the disasters. On that fateful day, Lisa Adams (Glenrock) and Dara Palmer (Casper) sat in the Dooenbos student lounge at Casper College where they both attend, watching the events unfold. Adams immediately donated $50 and Palmer donated $10, "because that's all she had at the time", to the Red Cross to help the victims and their families. The events in Japan hit Adams hard. Since she was in the 4th grade she has aspired to teach English in Japan. Jin Akanishi, a former member of the group KAT-TUN (a Japanese pop group) and an actor, lives there and who just so happens to be Adams idol. Adams, a 2010 Glenrock High School graduate, wanted to help so much that she is having t-shirts and wristbands

made. All profts from the sale of her T-shirts and writsbands will go to the Red Cross to help Tsunami and earthquake victims in Japan.

Adams designed the logos for the T-shirts and wristbands. Both products will be available for purchase on They will also be advertised on sites such as, Tumblr. com, and Twitter through Palmer and O'Neal, and of course they can also be purchased right here in Glenrock. Some of these websites will charge a fee for processing, but the rest of the profits made on these sales will go to the Red Cross. The sizes of the shirts will range from small to 3XL.

Adams worked diligently for three weeks to the shirts and wristbands a reality. They will be available after Monday April 11th. To purchase a T-shirt, wristband, or to donate to Adams' cause, please contact Adams at

Great job Lisa! You have made Glenrock proud!

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Announcements Glenrock Area Chamber of Commerce News Worth Knowing From: Converse County Commissioners The Converse County Commissioners will be holding a special meeting at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, April 11, 2011 in the Commissioners’ Chambers at the Courthouse to consider adopting an amendment to Converse County Resolution 13-07 addressing weight limits on county roads to include Ayres Natural Bridge Road (CR 13). If the resolution is adopted by the Commission, a public hearing will promptly be scheduled whereby interested parties can comment on the adopted resolution as amended.

Wednesday night GRUB night at Glenrock First Southern is BACK IN ACTION!

6:30 p.m., dinner, followed by Royal Ambassadors, (boys 3rd grade thru 6th grade) Youth Group, and Prayer Meeting. Any questions, please call Kaye Lynn Van Antwerp 251-6688.

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Kindergarten Registration will be held March 30, 2010 at The 6:00-7:00 p.m.Legion, at Grant. All 4 andof 5 year-olds, American Department Wyoming whose during the Annual in Laramie. birthday fallsConvention on or before September 15th are invited to Aattend. of (1) an Hawaii informational 7-nightRegistration vacation stay consists on beautiful Maui, Parent Orientation, (2) Completing and/or turning in reLuxurious two-bedroom condominium and $1500 travel quired paperwork, and (3) The child’s visit to the classincluded. rooms. Parents need to bring current immunization reDrawing will be held June 17, 2011 at the Commander's cords and an official and original birth certificate. All Banquet documents will be returned at the end of the evening. during The American Legion, Department of Wyoming's This is a wonderful Annual Convention.introduction for your child and we look forward to meeting you and showing you around Proceeds go towards programs and functions of the Deourpartment excitingofclassroom! Wyoming. For details and tickets Marvin now Wohletz at Grant American Registration aresee available at the ElLegion Post packets #9, ementary office, and will also be available on the night him at 462-4908 or return send inquiries to: paperwork at of call registration. Please completed Registration. All students who are registered by April Dept. of Wyoming - Maui Vacation 1320 Hugar Avenue 1stCheyenne, will be entered in a drawing for free backpacks loadWY 82001 ed with school supplies! For more information, please (Need not be present to win.) call 436-2774. GIMS “MINI” Relay For Life Please join us April 29, 2011 at Glenrock Intermediate Middle School, 4-7 PM We will be raising money for cancer research. Help us educate our youth about cancer prevention. Lots of music, games and family fun! Buy a leaf for GIMS Tree of Hope - $1.00 each Sponsored by: GIMS FCCLA and Student Council Call 436-7519 for information.

LINC CONT. FROM FRONT PAGE rels from enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques utilising CO2 flooding operations. Big Muddy field Big Muddy field was discovered in 1917 producing from the Upper Shannon sandstone at a depth of 984 feet (300m). The primary reservoir in the field was the Second Frontier (sometimes referred to as the Second Wall Creek) at a depth of 3100 feet (945m). The State of Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (WOGCC) reports that the field has produced 53.8 million barrels of oil to date. Historically the field has produced from the Shannon, Niobrara, Frontier, Dakota and Lakota sandstones. Volumetric calculations indicate that the Second Frontier alone has 255 million barrels OOIP with primary and secondary recovery efforts to date in the Second Frontier having only recovered 12.5%. South Glenrock field South Glenrock field was discovered in 1950 producing from the Dakota formation at a depth of 5,880 feet (1,792m). The WOGCC reports that the field’s cumulative production is 75.7 million barrels of oil to date. The field has produced from the Dakota and two separate sands in the Muddy Sandstone, however other intervals that have had oil shows in the field are the Shannon, Frontier and Niobrara. Volumetric analysis of the three primary producing intervals indicate an OOIP of 170.3 million barrels of oil, with a 44% recovery factor to date. South Cole Creek field South Cole Creek was discovered in 1948 producing from the Lakota formation at a depth of 8,300 feet (2,530m). The Lakota and Dakota formations are the two primary producing horizons in the field. Other zones of interest or production include the Shannon, Muddy, Frontier, Niobrara and Mowry. The WOGCC reports that to date the field has produced 17.1 million barrels of oil. Volumetric calculations indicate 41.3 million barrels OOIP, with a recovery factor of 41% to date. Key terms of the Agreement The key terms of the Asset Purchase Agreement between Linc Energy and Rancher Energy are as follows: 1. The purchase price of the assets is US$20 million (less adjustments).

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2. The assets purchased consist primarily of oil & gas leases, property interests (including all overriding royalty interests held by Rancher Energy) and wells upon the Big Muddy, South Glenrock and South Cole Creek oil fields located in Converse

County and Natrone County, Wyoming. 3. The total area of these leases is approximately 27,856 acres. Linc Energy holds significant coal leases in the Powder River Basin and is currently permitting its first underground coal gasification (UCG) operation in that region, with the first gasification operations expected to commence later this year (2011). The acquisition of the Rancher Energy oil fields is the first strategic acquisition by the Linc Energy of producing North American petroleum assets which deliver immediate revenue whilst also providing an entry point into the established EOR market utilizing the valuable CO2 stream produced from UCG operations and other CO2 sources. Peter Bond, CEO of Linc Energy, said, “We recognized some time ago that significant value could be delivered to our shareholders if we combined UCG operations with Enhanced Oil Recovery from depleted oil fields using CO2 flooding. We have been diligently working on assessing UCG and EOR opportunities in the USA for over 12 months and announced our intentions to enter this market at the end of 2010. The Rancher Energy deal represents the first step in this process and is a milestone for our expanding North American oil operations.” “Over the coming months we will continue to work on many other oil and EOR opportunities, whilst our experienced Linc Energy Wyoming operations team looks to optimize and increase current oil production upon the three oil fields we’ve just purchased from Rancher. There is considerable potential for Linc to increase oil production from traditional methods whilst we start to execute EOR upon these oil fields. Once you start the CO2 flood, the studies completed by Rancher on these fields show that Linc Energy can potentially increase oil production from a few hundred barrels/day to 10,000 to 20,000 barrels/day of oil with recoverable oil from EOR being in the 50 million to 100 million barrels. The cash flow from these Rancher oil fields is potentially very significant and the announcement today by Linc Energy of the Rancher purchase, which comes with immediate oil revenue is a great step forward for Linc Energy and its EOR plans,” Mr. Bond CEO of Linc Energy said. Upon the closing of the purchase agreement Bond stated “We are pleased to close this transaction so promptly, and take control of these cash generating oil fields. Our focus is to get on with the workovers and move to more than double production as quickly as possible. Linc Energy is continuing to look at and review other oil opportunities which fit into our strategic plan.”


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Cameco, FFA Challenge FFA Members to Serve Their Communities Wyoming FFA’s 2,053 members from 51 chapters within the state are being called upon to carry out good deeds in their communities. Through the Cameco Cowboy State Challenge FFA members were asked to look around their communities, identify needs and step forward to help meet those needs. “Earlier this year, with a gift from Cameco Resources,” explains Wyoming FFA Foundation President Court Schilt, “we challenged the state’s FFA chapters to identify areas of need in their communities and partner with the FFA Foundation and Cameco to carry out projects to meet those needs. The project is called the Cameco Cowboy State Challenge.” “The FFA is an outstanding organization, and it will be especially exciting to see local members develop their own projects,” said Paul Goranson, president of Cameco Resources of Cheyenne, the nation’s largest uranium producer. At the University of Wyoming the Collegiate FFA Chapter is improving the playground facilities at the Albany County Fairgrounds. The project is made possible with funds provided by Cameco and the playground will be dedicated in memory of nineyear-old Rowdy Smallwood. “Collegiate FFA members will plan, budget for, install and maintain the park,” says Collegiate FFA Advisor Kris Brewer. “This park will stand as a testament to the care that agriculturalists provide their communities and that FFA is locally grounded.” The playground project will be complete in time for the 2011 Albany County Fair. In southwest Wyoming’s Bridger Valley members of the Jim Bridger FFA Chapter are encouraging their community members to make the switch from plastic to reusable cloth bags. “Our goal is to get 80 percent of our com-

munity in the habit of shopping with recyclable cloth bags,” say members of the Jim Bridger FFA Chapter in their funding application. “We will give them a bag and ask for a commitment to use the bags.”

Buffalo FFA members, with support from Cameco Resources and the FFA Foundation, are establishing a garden near their school. Garden produce will be used in the school lunch program, sold at an area farmer’s market and donated to a local food pantry. Pumpkins grown in the patch will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club. Buffalo FFA Advisor Jake Evans says a survey conducted by the students revealed that only ten percent of the student body is familiar with gardening. While growing the produce Evans and the Buffalo FFA Chapter members hope to see students become more aware of gardening opportunities.

“This is just a sampling of the good deeds FFA members are carrying out with support from Cameco,” says Schilt. “While helping their communities the students are learning the good feelings associated with volunteerism and that they truly can make a positive difference in others’ lives.”

A second installment of the Cameco Cowboy State Challenge will be issued to Wyoming FFA members Fall 2011. “We’re excited to see what FFA members can accomplish with a little financial support and encouragement,” says Schilt.

The Wyoming FFA Foundation supports the activities of the Wyoming FFA program. If you’d like to receive additional information on the Wyoming FFA Foundation contact their Executive Director, Jennifer Womack, at 307-351-0730 or via

Choice Gas Program If you are a commercial user, with high volume, you have always been able to submit your account information for a discount rate based on volume. Smaller commercial users and residential accounts don't have significant volume, and their load factor is such that individually they do not qualify for any discount pricing. Bundling multiple accounts together and submitting them as a single bid gives them a little leverage. In the past the chamber has had a little success bundling accounts for rate purposes. We are not trying to force any individual to participate in this group, and cannot guarantee any better price than what you will find posted, however; historically there has

been a benefit. All five suppliers will be contacted and given the opportunity to bid and the group will go with low bidder.

You do not have to be a chamber member to take part in this great opportunity. Tell everyone, your family, your friends, your neighbors, everyone! The more participation, the better rates we may receive.

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Pyatt’s Pieces by Mike Pyatt

NEW COMMUNITY MESSAGE BOARD FOR GLENROCK A new sign will be showing up in Town in the next few months. The Revitilization Association for Main Street of Glenrock has been the catalyst in getting a Community Message Board for the Town. After several fundraisers and some wonderful donations the sign looks to be installed sometime in the next few months. The location of the new Community Message Board, which is an electronic LED sign that will sport messages such as Non Profit Events happening in Glenrock, will find its home on the Glenrock Fire Department building. The sign will have the ability to be controlled remotely so that messages regarding future events in Glenrock can be changed accordingly. Along with monies raised, the Town of Glenrock also donated $2,778.00 to RAMS of Glenrock for the new electronic Community Message Board (CMB).

These funds were generated by local participation in the Choice Gas Program from those who had selected Wyoming Community Gas. This generous donation will help RAMS of Glenrock to expand the size of the CMB. Other donations in the forms of Sponsors for the signs are from: CommuniComm Services Deer Creek Drug Thunder Basin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Drs Mark Murphy, MD and Kate Murphy, DDS Hilltop National Bank Wickett Electric This proposal for the Glenrock Community Message Board, with an approximate value of $17,500 including electrical installation and a computer server was approved by RAMS of Glenrock at it’s meeting on March 16, 2011. The Town of Glenrock approved the request at the March 28 Town Council Meeting.

THE CIRCUS IS COMING! May 10th 2011, 4:30 and 7:30 pm Natrolna County Fairgrounds, Casper, WY EVERY GLENROCK K-6 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT AND THEIR YOUNGER SIBLINGS RECEIVE FREE TICKETS. (Avilable at Grant Elementary & Intermediate School) Thank you to the following Merchants whose generous donations provide the tickets: Process Power & Control, Glenrock Lions Club, Reiter Machine & Fabrication,

Eastgate Service, Patterson Ranch, Glenrock Barber Shop, Burns Insurance, Fireside Diner, Sure Kote Service, Ashley Federer, Glenrock Bowl, Glenrock Cleaners, The Shoppe, Shoreliner Bar, Glenrock Motor Sports, Glenrock Components, paisley Shawl, Red's Speedy Lube & Tires, Utilatech Inspection Services and this notice courtesy of THE BIRD. Donations are still being accepted and appreciated. (Your names will be added to this list.) Call Lloyd at 436-2219 if you are interested.

With many nearly transfixed by all the dithering and rankle over the budget battle in D.C., President Obama continues to vacillate and change his mind on a broad range of policies and issues from his promise to “close Gitmo”, to whether to impose a “no fly zone” over Iraq.

His devotees and political observers had high expectations before the election of the Harvard trained lawyer. Contrastingly, when Harry S. Truman became President, following the death of FDR, the political pundits held low expectations for the unassuming son of a Missouri livestock dealer. Truman quickly dispelled such misgivings and proved he was able and willing to make tough decisions.

It was a characteristic summed up by a sign he displayed on his desk in the White House, that read, “The Buck Stops Here!” Fearfully, however, at the current rate of government spending by our politicians, there may not be a “buck” to pass.

President Truman’s Presidency was marked by difficult choices. At the July 17, 1945, final meeting of the “Big Three” in Potsdam, Germany, with Churchill and Joseph Stalin, meeting them for the first time, Truman knew he faced monumental issues. With only three months “under his belt”, he entered the Conference facing issues with potentially grave consequences; the political future of Eastern Europe hung in the balance, the fate of the recently defeated Germany, and the still ongoing conflict with Japan.

The most daunting, however, was his alone to decide-whether to drop the atomic bomb. He reportedly received a secret telegram at the conference informing him that scientists had detonated the first nuclear explosion in the remote desert in New Mexico.

The slang saying “pass the buck” reportedly came from a frontier days expression regarding a poker game tactic, that permitted a player to “pass the buck” to the next player. President Truman knew that it was more than a poker game, and the stakes were incalculable.

Whether it was at Potsdam in 1945, or in 1947, when he decided to introduce the Marshall Plan to Congress, or June, 1950, when North Korean troops poured over the 38th Parallel across South Korea, and his ultimate decision to stop their naked aggression and send the Marines ashore in Inchon, knowing all the accompanying perils of such an audacious plan drawn up by the 70-year old General Douglas MacArthur, he made the hard choices.


History records this statement, “The President-whoever he is-has to decide.” he said, “No one else can do the deciding for him. That’s his job.” The more I read about Truman, the more I appreciate him. He had his detractors, of course. He wasn’t perfect. But truly decisive. We could us some of that today. What do you think?

On Tuesday April 5, 2011 a 500 barrel tank located on the Hornbuckle Ranch in Converse County, caught fire. Crews on the site maintained the fire until units from Douglas arrived. The fire, which started when crews began pumping into the tank appeared to be ignited by static electricity upon removal of the tanks lid. According to Russ Dalgarn with Converse County Emergency Management Services there were no active flames upon fire department arrival and the fire was contained to the tank and a small amount of grass.

Casey Tillard of Tillard Sheep Ranch in Converse County moves sheep that have been recently sheared. “We’ve got about 200 more to go before noon” stated Tillard on Thursday morning. The Tillards will have sheared 2000 sheep by the time the job is completed. Photo © Amanda Smith

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GLENROCK ROCKS! #39 - The Glenrock Bird thinks you make a great logo for the 2010/11 school season! Keep up the good work! And that goes for all sports and events participants!


Herder Home Girl Tresch Signs with MSU

Senior Stewart To Sign With Casper

On Monday, April 11th Glenrock High School Senior Shelby Stewart will be signing her letter of intent to play Basketball for Casper College. A signing reception will be hosted by Glenrock High School for Steward and her family beginning at 3:30 pm in the GHS Conference Room. Please come and witness this signing – as well as have an opportunity to visit with Shelby and her new coaches. Congratulations Shelby! - The Bird

HERDER FCCLA MEMBERS TAKE GOLD/SILVER AT STATE Congratulations FCCLA members for an outstanding job at state. Silver medal winners are Jesica Ocoa & Sharlie Nissen. Gold medal winners are Katerina Schwindt, Ana Kroll, Brook Kissack, Jesi Orozco Trish Genoff, Brandon Pittsley & Cody Grenseman. Gold medal winners can attened nationals in Anaheim CA, July 9-14. Alyssa Biffle, Ana Kroll, Brook Kissack, & Brandon Pittsley received recognition in community service.

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Montana State UniversityNorthern women’s basketball coach Chris Mouat has announced the signing of Nicole Tresch, a 5’5” guard from Gillette College. According to Mouat, “Nikki is as pure a shooter as we’ve signed here in a long time. She put up some incredible numbers at Gillette College, and that’s saying a lot given the caliber of competition she was seeing every night.” This season, Tresch averaged 15.7 points, 2.6 assists, and 2.4 steals per game. She connected on 109 three-point field goals while shooting 42% from beyond the arc. She finished 27th in 3-point percentage among all NJCAA Division I players and made more 3-point field goals than anyone ranked in the top 50. Mouat added, “Nikki took more threes than anyone in the country at the NJCAA Division I level and she shot a great percentage. Beyond that, she is also a good de-

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fender and finds open people. She has been well-coached both in high school and at the junior college level, she is competitive, and she loves to play. To top it off, she is a great student with a 3.85 grade point average. Nikki is a great addition to our program.” Tresch was the first-ever recruit at the newly-formed Gillette program two seasons ago. She made the first 3-point field goal and registered the first assist in program history, and has already set a number of records at the school. She holds marks for points in a game (31), 3-point field goals in a season (109), 3-point field goals made in a game (9), three-point field goals made in a career (173), steals in a season (75), steals in a career (127), and assists in a career (158). Following her sophomore season, she was named an NJCAA Academic All-American. As a high school athlete, Tresch was highly decorated as well. She played softball

where she was the shortstop and leadoff hitter on a state championship team and an all-state selection. She was a 3-year letter winner in volleyball where she still holds the school record for assists. In track and field, she was a 4-year letter winner and twotime all-state selection. She holds the school record in the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles as well as the 4 X 100 relay, and was picked to run in the Wyoming Classic Track Meet for the top athletes from all classifications in the state of Wyoming. On the basketball floor, Tresch was a 4-year letter winner at Glenrock, where she helped lead her team to a school record for wins in her senior season. She was a three-time all-conference pick and a unanimous allstate selection her senior season. She played in the annual Montana-Wyoming, Wyoming-South Dakota, and Wyoming Coaches AllStar Games.

ly complete offensive game, but her biggest strength is obviously from the perimeter. She is dangerous every time she gets a good look.”

Mouat added, “One story that came up about Nikki’s competitiveness really stood out during our time recruiting her. At the regional tournament her senior year in high school, her team was playing for third and fourth place. Down by 14 points in the fourth quarter, Nikki single-handedly brought her team back with six threepointers and 21 points in the fourth quarter alone. She finished with 29 points and helped lead her team to a big win.”

Tresch plans to major in elementary education at MSUNorthern. She is the daughter of Roger and Lori Tresch of Glenrock.

Mouat said, “Nikki has a fair-

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Would You Know What to Do During a Disaster?

Ninety-seven out of 210 county resident surveys on preparing for natural disasters have been filled out and returned. The surveys, sent out in February and analyzed at the end of March, are ,part of the process to prepare the sConverse County hazard mitiga-tion plan.

y Individuals who received the survey were randomly selected yfrom county voter registration srolls. Thirty five of the responddents live outside of one of the -incorporated communities, 41 -respondents live in Douglas, 19 nin Glenrock, and two in Rolling sHills. These response percentaghes are roughly equivalent to the sgeneral population distribution in ithe county. The survey response rrate makes it a statistically valid -sample, meaning that there is a e95% chance with a (10% level eof accuracy) that the surveys drepresent the answers all voters gwould give. Respondents were enticed to return their surveys by the chance to win a $50 gas card. -The two winners are Julie Siders -and Marvin Woheltz, both from -Glenrock. h Respondents were asked what steps their households have taken to prepare for hazard events such as flooding, wildfires, blizzards, and others. Seventy-nine percent indicated that they had stored a flashlight and batteries. Sixty-five percent had medical supplies and 60% have had first aid training. More than half have a fire extinguisher and know about their utility shut-offs. The vast majority of respondents,

90% indicated that they were either very or somewhat confident their household would know what to do during a hazard event. Only 7% were not confident they would know what to do. When asked to rate the hazards they were most concerned about, survey participants said hail, winter storms, wind storms, wildfire, and tornadoes were the top hazards of concern in descending order. These were followed by drought, earthquake, hazardous material spills and flooding. Hazards of least concern were landslides, dam failure, and land subsidence. Russ Dalgarn, Converse County Emergency Management Coordinator observed that “it’s logical that certain hazards would be of more or less concern to residents in different parts of the county, for example, those people who live in Douglas would be less directly affected, if at all, by a wildfire event, while those who live up against the National Forest could be very directly affected.” As for what to do to prepare for the various hazards, survey participants were asked to rate the importance of different types of actions. Emergency services and public education were the two most important types of things that respondents would like to see to help them prepare for a potential natural disaster. Hazard mitigation planner, Barb Beck, said “We’ll be relying on the information people provided to us in this survey to develop the goals and actions for the


hazard mitigation plan update. Given that public resources are limited and need to be used effectively, we want to do what makes sense for the residents of Converse County. According to this survey that means making sure emergency responders have what they need to be ready and that residents have information ahead of time about winter storms, wind storms and tornadoes among other things.” Converse County Emergency Management Coordinator, Dalgarn, was pleased with the survey response rate. “I’d like to thank the people who took time to fill out and return the survey. The information they have provided will help make the plan better so that if and when we do have a disaster, we don’t lose any lives, and damage to property is minimal. That’s the bottom line for this whole effort.” For a copy of the survey report or more information about the plan update you can contact either Dalgarn at 358-6880, or Beck at (406) 4463628.

Enzi: Troops Should Be Protected From Budget Indecision Urges Leader To Allow Whole Senate To Engage Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., believes U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, DNev., should allow the full Senate to take part in the government funding decision by holding a vote on the House funding plan. Enzi is seeking an up or down vote on the House-passed bill that would keep the government open for another week, while providing funding for our troops through the end of the fiscal year. “The House has put forth a plan to keep the government opena few more days and

to provide funding for our troops through September. The Senate and White House have not produced anyserious ideas on decreasing spending. The Senate, including members of the leader’s own party, should have a chance to vote yes or no on the only plan that is out there,” said Enzi. “Americans understand that government spendingin Washington is out of control. The House is trying to heed that call and decrease spending only to be stalled by the White House and Senate leadership. The cards are on the table. Senate Democrats

and Republicans alike should have the opportunity to sit at that table, do what they came here to do and cast their vote. But our troops who are putting their lives in harm’s way should not feel the brunt of a government shutdown should it come to that. Not funding the troops is inexcusable.”

The House passed H.R. 1363, the Continuing Resolution, Thursday, April 7, 2011 by a vote of 247-181. The President threatened to veto this bill before the House voted on it. In Wyoming a veto threat from the Governor would be illegal, according to Enzi.

Now that the survey results have been analyzed, the goals and projects can be completed. The county Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) will validate or adjust the goals and projects during their May meeting and the draft plan will then be made available for a six-week public review and comment period.

Enzi Praises Repeal Of 1099 Irs Reporting Requirement Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., Ranking Member on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee, today praised Senate action to eliminate burdensome IRS reporting requirements for small businesses. The repeal passed today is identical to a bill sponsored by Senator Mike Johanns, R-Neb., and cosponsored by Senator Enzi, that would repeal the 1099 mandate approved as part of the new health care law, the Affordable Care Act. “I am pleased to see that

my colleagues in the majority have finally embraced the need to repeal this burdensome provision,” said Senator Enzi. “I have long understood that the 1099 requirements kill jobs and hurt small businesses and I commend Senator Johanns for his leadership on this issue.” Business groups across the country have called on Congress to make the changes to the 1099 reporting requirements. “It is my hope that today’s vote to repeal onerous requirements from the health care law passed last year is

the first of many,” Enzi said. “This health care spending law is bad for Americans, bad for small businesses, and bad for our economy.” A provision in the Affordable Care Act would force 40 million businesses to submit a separate 1099 form to the IRS for every businessto-business transaction that totals more than $600 in a year. The bill, H.R. 4, passed today rescinds that provision. The bill is now headed to the President’s desk for his signature.

Wyoming Senators Disappointed That Epa Reg Ban Failed

by Bill McCarthy

CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s senators said they were disappointed that an effort to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases died in the Senate today. Wyoming Republican Sens. John Barrasso and Mike Enzi voted for blocking the EPA’s ability to regulate manmade gases – including carbon dioxide – blamed for global climate change. The U.S. Senate voted 5050 against an amendment to S.493, the Small Business and Innovation Research bill, that would prevent the EPA from using the Clean Air Act to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The amendment needed 60 votes to pass.

“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – unelected bureaucrats at the EPA should not single handedly change the intent of the Clean Energy Act to fit their ‘shut down fossil fuels at any cost’ agenda. Unfortunately, that is what is happening and just as unfortunate is the failure of the U.S. Senate to stop them, despite the efforts of Western senators,” said Enzi in a statement. The Hill, the newspaper covering Congress, reported that Republicans had hoped to get enough votes to say a majority of senators supported blocking the EPA from climate regulation. “Today, a record number of Senators voted to stop the EPA from implementing a job crushing back door cap and

trade policy. Despite falling short of the 60 votes needed to stop the Administration from moving forward, it is a momentous vote,” Barrasso said in his statement. The amendment won the support of four Democrats. The Democrats supporting the measure included: Sens. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Mark Pryor of Arkansas and Ben Nelson of Nebraska. One Republican, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, voted against the amendment. The proposal would have repealed a 2009 finding by federal scientists that climate change caused by greenhouse gases endangers human health that allows the EPA to regulate the gas emissions.

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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION HONORS U.S. SEN. MIKE ENZI Will receive award for protecting funds that provide legal aid for struggling families WASHINGTON, D.C., April 8, 2011 — Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) will receive the American Bar Association’s Congressional Award April 12 for his support of legislation to protect funds that help low-income families who need legal assistance. The legislation requires the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to fully insure Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts. The interest generated from these accounts provides funding for civil legal services for people near or below the poverty line, including the working poor, low-income veterans and per-

sons with disabilities. IOLTA is one of the largest funding sources for free legal services in the country, supporting legal aid offices and pro bono programs in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. “Legislating sometimes leads to unintended consequences and that was certainly the case with this issue. I am pleased to help provide a legislative fix to ensure lowincome families continue receiving legal assistance with no cost to the government,” said Sen. Enzi. “Protecting IOLTA is a zerocost, common sense way to help struggling Wyoming families — Sen. Enzi’s support was crucial,” said Stephen N. Zack, president of

the ABA. This bill was signed into law Dec. 29, 2010.

With nearly 400,000 members, the American Bar Association is the largest voluntary professional membership organization in the world. As the national voice of the legal profession, the ABA works to improve the administration of justice, promotes programs that assist lawyers and judges in their work, accredits law schools, provides continuing legal education, and works to build public understanding around the world of the importance of the rule of law.

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Cowboy Poet TJ Casey

RESPECT AND BE TRUE TO YERSELF I’ve never seen so many folks of every size and kind. Chicago O’Hare Airport is an easy place to find. People running everywhere ;

manners respect, integrity, pride and honesty.

don’t fall and hurt your can.

Always have integrity, do what you say Have respect you’ll do. TJ Casey is a singer/songfor your Honesty is always writer, storyteller, comneighbors, best poser and entertainer. He was raised up on ranches respect your and that my friends is in Wyoming and Montana fellow man. true. and now teaches the "Code Take care Don’t follow someone of the West" and poetry to else’s track, students all across America. of this here country, make a trail just for Check him out at: be good you. stewards of If you follow these You know... this old the land. here rules; world is changin’, Always have good you’ll never make just like I reckon it’s manners, yerself blue. suppose to. say yes sir and no We can’t dwell on the ma’am. past, but we can, Have pride in what still be like we are you do, suppose to be, have

I’ve Never Seen So Many Folks

some folks in the way. I never seen so many folks; in one place, in one day. Some seemed lost, oblivious to what was going on. Some were there, then

turn around; then suddenly they’re gone. Yep, I never seen so many folks just standing in a line. Some folks laugh and visit some; while others moan and

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whine. Mythodical, like marching ants, marching on their way. Nope I never seen so many folks; that is, until, today!!!

THE NIGHT HAWK I’m Just Sayin.... Columnist - Susan R. Stoltz Susan is owner/editor of Women Out West Magazine, featured speaker at writers conferences nationwide including Women Writing the West, Ozark Creative Writers and Writing the Rockies. As a freelance writer Susan has been featured in Open Range Magazine, Cactus Creek Daily and on the website of the National Association of Baby Boomers. Photo © Amanda Smith

I’m Just Sayin... Its Not Easy Being Green

Kermit the Frog had it right 35 years ago when he sang the song “It’s Not Easy Being Green.” I’m not an expert on the subject, nor am I an authority on environmental issues, but as a common American citizen there are certain things that make good sense and others that do not.

Having environmental policies motivated out of fear of what might happen has its consequences not the least of which is that we become dependent upon other nations for our energy. To make America dependent upon anybody puts us in a weak position. We are a nation of strength and it’s important for us to stay that way.

According to Jonathan Powers of the Truman National Security Project in a report February of 2010 he has this to say; “The U.S. sends approximately one billion dollars a day overseas to import oil. While this figure is staggering by itself, the dangerous implications of our addiction are even more pronounced when analyzing where our money goes – and whom it helps to support.”

To put our money into harvesting the natural resources of other nations such as Brazil, then have to turn around and “become their best customer” is just ridiculous. We have more oil reserves in our own country than all of the Middle East. So why have we been a slave to the oil giants that hate our guts and would rather see us destroyed than flourish? Brazil should be OUR best customer!

Contemplate this scenario: If the US should become so weak by relying on other nations that we are taken over (China owns a tremendous amount of our debt – all they have to do is call it in and we’re history folks) do you think for one moment they will care about our National parks and pristine environments? Do you think they will care that manatees might be in danger or that a species of owl might lose it’s home due to forestry? No. They will drill for our oil and cut down our trees, and mine our coal without caring a fig for any of it. The very policies our environmentalists (18% of the population) are foisting upon the rest of this nation will be their own undoing. The US of A is one of the leading nations in research and development. It makes more sense to use our own brilliant minds to safely reap our own resources than to put us in a position where others will soon be dictating what we do and how we do it. People need to think further into the future than just today. Yes we need to have alternative energy sources. I don’t think anybody is arguing that point. Yes we need to take care of our planet – that’s not an argument either. But if you think we have global agreement on the issue – NOT. What we need is to be able to keep our money in our own country, pay our own citizens to drill for our oil and gas, mine our own coal and reap our own benefits until the technology for new energy is developed thoroughly. We send 1 billion dollars a day overseas and it employs their citizens, strengthens their economies and keeps their people working so they can pay their mortgages.

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POLICE BEAT riday 4-1-11 Comm Tech performed notary. X3 OAA-PBT completed at the request of Probation and Parole. Dog at large, ACO spoke to owner. VIN inspection completed. X 4 OAA-subject arrested for probation violation. Range key issued. Concerned citizen, officers returned two children to their respective responsible parties. Ambulance, negative transport. Officer unlocked a vehicle door. Rolling Hills patrol completed. Traffic stop, verbal warning for head light. Officer performed welfare check. OAA-officer responded. Saturday 4-2-11 Loose horses, Sheriff's office notified. Traffic stop, written warning issued for speed. X 2 Stolen property report, items located. Range key issued. X 2 Traffic stop, warning issued for speed. X 2 Traffic stop, warning for head light. Traffic stop, written warning for tail light. Traffic stop, warning for brake light. Rolling Hills patrol completed. Sunday 4-3-11 Rolling Hills patrol complete. X3 Suspicious person, officer spoke with subject. Barking dog complaint, message left for ACO. E-911 medical, negative transport. E-911 civil matter reported. Controlled burn reported. Parking complaint, no action taken. Traffic stop, verbal warning

for stop sign. Comm Tech notarized a paper. Citizen assist, officer responded. Monday 4-4-11 Breaking and entering, officer responded. Dog at large, transported to pound. Traffic stop, no action taken. Gas drive off, CCSO notified. VIN inspection completed. Dog at large, the dog was returned home. Rolling Hills patrol completed. X2 Traffic accident, report taken. Comm Tech performed notary. Loose cow on HWY 20/26, patrol notified. Battery, report taken. Tuesday 4-5-11 E-911 disturbance, officer notified. Fire, emergency units dispatched. Rolling Hills patrol completed. X2 Comm Tech performed notary. Officer performed a welfare check. Officer performed a civil standby. Range key issued. Officer performed a VIN inspection. Wednesday 4-6-11 Controlled burn reported. OAA-PBT complete at the request of Probation and Parole. Rolling Hills patrol complete. X2 Bullying, report taken. Fingerprints taken for employment purposes. Citizen assist, officer responded. VIN inspection complete. X 2 Concerned citizen, ACO responded. Range key issued. Concerned citizen, officer responded. Water leak, Public Works notified. Comm Tech performed notary. X2

GLENROCK LIBRARY NEWS Zdravo! Hello in Macedonian from the library! Visit our Mango Foreign Language database on line. Find out how to get connected.


National Library Week is coming up! April 10 -16. Tuesday we are privileged to host Mr. Jeremy Huck as he debuts his new children’s book titled, Charlie the Christmas Caterpillar. The festivities will start at 5:00 p.m and last until 7:00 p.m. Please stop in to view his book. Refreshments will be provided by the Library Foundation Board. On Thursday, the Library Foundation Board will offer a Tea Time for the community from 5:00 to 7:00. Come in and enjoy the camaraderie. It’s a great time to see the designs for the expansion that is being planned. It’s also a great time to voice your opinion on what you want. We are running a “guess how many jelly beans are in the jar” contest throughout the week. Winner will be announced on April 16. Just how many jelly beans will fit into a jelly jar… uhm? I do believe Spring has Sprung!! Time to do some clean up in our gardens and prepare for planting! Such a nice thought! We offer gardening books to make it a little easier. Put some color into your life, check out a book! For Read Me A Story: April 9– April 16: Cesar Takes a Break by Susan Collins Thoms. Take a few minutes to brighten your day by picking up the phone and dialing 436-2353 to listen to a great story! We’re on the web glen. Our phone number is 4362573. Fax number is 436-8525. We’re on Facebook. Be sure to check us out, just search for Glenrock Library. Hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 10:00 to 5:00. Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 to 8:00. Saturday: 10:00 to 1:00. Closed Sundays.

Spring Warmth Sunshine Rain Flowers Buds Green

Planting Seedlings Watering Cleaning Fertilize Blooms

Easter Happiness NotCold NoSnow Sprouts Sprinkler YardWork

SENIOR SHENANIGANS Happy Birthday this week to Marvin Aldrich, Robert Fulton, Sandy Kenny, Margaret Cook, Leoda Cain, & Winnie Coursen! Be sure to stop in anytime this month for a free lunch courtesy of Deer Creek Drug. Please contact the Center if you would like your birthday added to our list. We are having a “Spring Cleaning” sale in the Bargain Basement Thrift Store during the month of April…everything is 50% off every day. We are open Tuesday – Friday from 9am – noon and 1pm – 4pm. Volunteer opportunities are available please contact the Glenrock Senior Center for more information.

Dollar lunch at the Center during March is Friday….every Friday persons 60 years of age and older who eat lunch at the Glenrock Senior Center can enjoy it for $1.00! Our annual Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast will be Sunday April 17, 2011 from 10am-2pm. The cost is $6.00. Children 5 and under eat free! If you would like to volunteer to help in the dining room or kitchen please contact the Glenrock Senior Center at 436-9442. Purchase a 10 punch meal ticket & save!!! 10 meals for $23.00…

that is only $2.30 a meal!

April Commodities are available for pick-up Monday – Friday at the Glenrock Senior Center. This month’s items are Roast Beef, Fresh Potatoes, Mixed Fruit, Fig Pieces, and Diced Tomatoes. Commodities are available on a first come first serve basis. Starting in May, we will be offering a “Mass Distribution” Day. More details to follow. The Commodity Program is not limited to senior citizens. If you would like more information about the Commodity program, or to see if you qualify, please call 436-9442.

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BIRD ODDS and ENDS NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK 2011 Celebrate National Library Week and Create your own story about your library at the Glenrock Branch Library, April 10-16. Glenrock, WY - Libraries are places for new beginnings. Whether you are getting your first library card, learning new computer skills or planning a trip, the library is the place where your story begins. This National Library Week, join our nation's libraries and librarians and Create your own story at your library. The Glenrock Branch Library is celebration National Library Week: Tuesday, April 12, 5-7 PM: Mr

Jeremy Huck, guest author of the children's book, Charlie, the Christmas Caterpiller, will be here to chat and sign copies of his new release. Thursday, April 14, 5-7 PM: Endowment Challenge appreciation 'tea.' Library expansion explication. We want your input! All week: Contest - How many jelly beans are in the jar? Popcorn! Every day, libraries across the country are helping people create their own unique stories. Whether it is by opening a book and exploring distant lands, or

by learning how to use new technologies to find a job, people at our library are creating new stories for themselves. First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. For more information, visit the Glenrock Branch Library at 518 S. 4th St, call 436-2573 or see the library's web site at http://www.

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TWO MAN TIMED WHEELBARROW RACE Converse County Relay For Life is recruiting men ages 16 to 90+ to enter the First Annual Two Man Timed Wheelbarrow Race that will be held on Friday June 10th at the Glenrock Town Park at 8:00 pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per Two Man Team for men not signed up on a Relay Team. Men signed up on a Relay Team will have no entry fee but will be required to fill out a registration form. Wheelbarrows are being donated by Home Depot of Casper, Bloedorn Lumber of Douglas, and Sutherlands of Casper and will be given as prizes to the winning two man team. For more information and registration forms and rules, contact event coordinator, Mike Pyatt at 307-267-1412. So, Get Ready...Get Set...MEN. Get your team ready. We invite the community to come out and watch and cheer your favorite team on. See you at the wheelbarrow race.


A rancher bids on a Heifer during last month’s Glenrock Sale Barn Sale at Central Wyoming Livestock located in Glenrock. Photo © Amanda Smith

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Rubber Ducks are in need of adoption and are looking for good homes in the Glenrock area. Don't let this date slip through the "QUACK". Adoption process is easy and is for the young and old - these ducks don't do much come join us at the Duck Pond and adopt a rubber duck or twins. Single adoption is $2.00 and

twin ducks are being adopted out for $3.50. Proceeds will go to support Converse County Relay For Life which will be held on June 10-11th at the Glenrock Town Park. You can adopt Mini Easter Ducks, Mini Neon Ducks, Pink Ribbon (Cancer) Ducks or other assorted Ducks.

Adopt A Duck is sponsored by "The Bags and Men of HOPE". For further information or EARLY ADOPTION contact Mary Ann Pyatt at 307-277-1479 or join us at the ADOPTION POND on Saturday April 16th from 10 am to 2 pm in the Glenrock Super Foods Parking Lot. See you at the pond.

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“Stay away, keep others away and call us at 888-221-7070 or call 911.”

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SOURCEGAS ANNOUNCES START OF 2011 WYOMING CHOICE GAS SELECTION PERIOD AND ENCOURAGES CUSTOMERS TO PARTICIPATE LAKEWOOD, Colo., April 4, 2011 – SourceGas Distribution LLC (SourceGas) today announced the start of the 2011 Wyoming Choice Gas selection period beginning Friday, April 8, 2011 and concluding Thursday, April 28, 2011. Residential and commercial natural gas customers will have their annual opportunity to select from one of six pre-qualified suppliers. The suppliers are competing to supply each customers’ natural gas commodity needs for the upcoming Choice Gas period which runs from June 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012. SourceGas customers should re-

ceive their selection packets on or before April 8. The six participating suppliers will provide information on various pricing options to customers during the three weeks of the selection period. Customers may receive information from the suppliers through direct mail, advertising and online during the selection period. “SourceGas encourages all our customers to actively participate by evaluating the different pricing options offered by the Choice Gas suppliers and making a selection,” said Len Mize, Director, Choice Gas Administration. “SourceGas will continue to

provide your utility distribution and billing service regardless of which supplier you choose.” The Wyoming Choice Gas Program, entering its 16th year, has always experienced high customer participation. For further information on the Wyoming Choice Gas program, please contact SourceGas at 1-800563-0012 or visit the Choice Gas website at


It’s the Easter Bunny! ** Calling All Kids ** Hop over to the RH town park on Saturday, April 23rd at 10am for an Easter Egg Hunt !!!

Lots of Treasures! 2 & under 3 & 4 year olds 5 & 6 year olds 7 & 8 year olds 9 & 10 year olds

Be sure to bring a basket to put your goodies in!

Pictures with the Easter Bunny!

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