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Volume 6, Number 8 - May 18, 2006
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Public Notices

Notice of Application for Renewal of Retail Liquor License
Notice is hereby given on the 1st day of May, 2006,Waterhole #3 LLC filed an application for renewal of a retail liquor licensefor Waterhole #3 in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Marbleton, Wyoming,for the described place to wit; frame building located at block 24 lots 16-19,of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any, against the issuanceof this license will be heard on June 9, 2006, at 3 p.m. at the clerk’s officeat the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 4, 11, 18 and 25,2006.

State of Wyoming ) )ss.
County of Sublette )
Bridgett Lee Thoman, )
Plaintiff )
vs )
Jacob Blaine Thoman, )
Defendant )
In the District Court
Ninth Judicial District
Civil Action No. 2006-6851
Notice to Jacob B. Thoman, Defendant
Current Address: Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce, CivilAction No. 2006-6851 has been filed in the Wyoming District Court for the 9thJudicial District, whose address is Pinedale Wyoming, seeking a dissolution ofyour marriage to Bridgett Lee Thoman and a Decree of Absolute divorce inhis/her favor. Unless you file an answer or otherwise respond to this Complaintfor Divorce within 30 days following the last date of publication of thisnotice, a Default Judgment will be taken against you and a Decree of Divorcewill be granted.
Dated this 28th day of April, 2006.
By Clerk of Court
/s/ Brenda Kennedy
Deputy Clerk of Court
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 4, 11, 18 and 25,2006.

Notice of Application for Renewal of Retail Liquor License
Notice is hereby given on the 1st day of May, 2006, Randyand Shawna McNinch filed an application for renewal of a restaurant liquorlicense for Rio Verde Grill in the office of the Clerk of the Town ofMarbleton, Wyoming, for the described place to wit; frame building located atblock 25 lots 13-14, of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any,against the issuance of this license, will be heard on June 9, 2006, at 3 the clerk’s office at the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner: May 4, 11, 18 and 25,2006.

Notice for application for transfer of liquor license
Notice is hereby given on the 3rd day of May 2006, Donaldand Linda Forney filed an application for transfer and renewal of retail liquorlicense for Marbleton Restaurant in the office of the Clerk of the Town ofMarbleton, Wyoming for the following described place and premises to wit: Lots13-16 in block 17 of the original town site of Marbleton. Protests, if any,against the issuance of this license will be heard on June 9 at 3 p.m. at theclerk’s office in the Marbleton Town Hall.
Town of Marbleton
Anita Bartosh/Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 11, 18, 25 and June1, 2006

Before the Board of County Commissioners of the State ofWyoming, County of Sublette
Matthew D. Miller, )
Applicant )
Frank Nataros, Ann Nataros, )
Analind Corporation LTD., )
Willow Springs Cattle Company, )
A Wyoming corporation )
Zack Roberts, Patti Roberts, )
Respondents )
Docket No. 0601
Applicant for the establishment of private road
Comes now, Matthew D. Miller, by and through his attorneysKing & King, and pursuant to the provisions of Wyo. Stat. Sections 24-9-101et. Seq. (Supp. 2000), hereby files this Application for Establishment of aPrivate Road with the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Sublette,State of Wyoming.
1. Matthew D. Miller owns a certain parcel of real propertylocated in Sublette County, Wyoming. The real property has no reasonable orpractical legally enforceable outlet to or connection with a public road andhas no practical or convenient legally enforceable means of access. The legaldescription for Matthew D. Miller’s real property in Sublette County is asfollows:
Township 36 North, Range 112 West of the 6th P.M. SubletteCounty, Wyoming:
Section 8: S1/2 S1/2
Section 15: The North 35 acres of the SW1/4NW1/4 with thesouth line parallel with the north line of said SW1/4NW1/4
Section 17: All
Section 18: E1/2
Section 20: All
Section 28: W1/2
Section 29: All
Section 32: All
Section 33: All
Applicant’s real property described above shall hereafter bereferred to as the “subject property.”
2. The subject property has no legally enforceable access inthat the land is surrounded on all sides by land owned by other persons orentities or natural or man-made barriers making access unreasonably costly.
3. Access to the subject property is currently obtained viaa road which crosses the property of respondents. Petitioner is informed andbelieves that the current road was established in approximately 1959, at therequest of the Army Corps of Engineers, for purposes of constructing a levee.The road has been continuously used since then without interruption to gainaccess to the subject property; however, an easement has never been formallygranted by respondents even though respondents have not objected to its use byapplicant. A map depicting the general location of the access route is attachedhereto as Exhibit A. A written description of the proposed access route isattached hereto as Exhibit B.
4. In correspondence dated June 6, 2005, applicant attemptedto obtain an enforceable easement from the affected landowners. A copy of saidcorrespondence is attached hereto as Exhibit C. In said correspondence,applicant proposed to undertake the cost of a survey and preparation of theeasement and proposed that the easement follow the same road that currentlyexists. No response was received to said correspondence. On Jan. 26, 2006,applicant’s attorney sent additional correspondence to the affected ownersreiterating applicant’s willingness to purchase an easement. A copy of saidadditional correspondence is attached hereto as Exhibit D. No response has beenreceived to this correspondence as well. It is applicant’s understanding thatrespondents Zack & Patti Roberts have no objection to the creation of thiseasement.
5. A legal description and the names and addresses of theaffected parties of all land over which the proposed access route would crossis as follows:
a) Frank Nataros, Ann Nataros, Analind WY, LLC,
Anam, Inc., Willow Springs Cattle Company, a Wyoming Corporation
c/o Bruce McKinsey, Esq.
1600 E. Hanley Blvd, Suite 128
Tuscon, AZ 85737
Township 36 North-Range 111 West 6th P.M., Section 31: Allthat portion of Lot 1 Lying Westerly of U.S. Highway 191. Section 31: Lot 2.Township 35 North-Range 112 West, 6th P.M. Section 1: Lots 3, 4 (N/2NW).Township 36 North-Range 112 West, 6th P.M. Section 36: All.
b) Patti & Zack Roberts
P.O. Box 11
Daniel, WY 83115
Township 36 North-Range 112 West, 6th P.M. Section 35: All,Section 34: All.
6. No action of applicant or any person with the consent orknowledge of the applicant, caused the applicant’s land to lose or to not haveany legally enforceable access.
7. Applicant will, pursuant to Wyo. Stat. Section24-9-101(b) provide Notice of his pending Application for Establishment of aPrivate Road, in writing by certified mail, return receipt requested, to theaffected parties within ten (10) days after the filing of this application withthe Board of County Commissioners. Said notice shall include a complete copy ofthis application.
Wherefore, the applicant Matthew D. Miller prays that thisBoard of County Commissioners review this application and find that theapplicant has complied with the law in his application and notice; that theBoard of County Commissioners schedule a hearing to determine whether theapplicant has no legally enforceable access to his land at such time as toallow the applicant to provide the affected parties with at least sixty (60)days prior notice of the hearing; that the Board of County Commissioners findthat the applicant has satisfied the requirements of Wyo. Stat. Section24-9-101 (Supp 2000) and access is necessary because the applicant has nolegally enforceable access; that the Board of County Commissioners appointthree disinterested freeholders, electors of Sublette county, as viewers andappraisers and thereafter cause an order to be issued directing them to meet ona day named in the order on the proposed access road then and there to view andlocate the private road according to the application and to assess damages tobe sustained therefor. Upon completion of that process, the applicant praysthat the road be declared a private road and recorded as such as provided bylaw.
Dated this ________day of ___________, 2006
Matthew D. Miller
By: /s/
Bret King
King & King, LLC.
P.O. Box 40
Jackson, Wyo., 83001
Phone: 307-733-2904
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 11, 18 and 25, 2006.

Sublette County Rural Health Care District
Regular Meeting
May 8, 2006
7:30 p.m.
Marbleton Fire Hall
Marbleton, Wyo.
Jerry Jensen, president, chaired this meeting held in theMarbleton Fire Hall, Marbleton, Wyo. Mary Lynn Worl, vice president, BillBarney, secretary/treasurer, Walt Bousman, trustee, Garry Eiden, trustee andRandy Johnson, director, were in attendance. Jauna McGinnis, clerk, took theminutes.
Others in attendance:
EMS: KatieKrieger, Vashti Kinnamon, Joe and Brandi Ahlstrom
Marbleton Clinic: Geneal Bailey, Carol Mackie
Press Reps: Janet Montgomery, Sublette Examiner, Emily King,Pinedale Roundup
Others: Attorney Doug Mason, Melissa Kirchner, Scott Mecca, Robin and Ola Miley
Jerry Jensen called the meeting to order at 7:27 p.m. andset the agenda. Walt Bousmanmotioned to accept the agenda as presented. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously.
Mary Lynn Worl motioned to accept the March 13, March 30,April 10 regular meeting minutes.
Seconded by Walt Bousman and carried with Garry Eidenopposed. Mary Lynn Worl motioned to approve the April 24 regular meetingminutes. Seconded by Bill Barneyand carried with Garry Eiden opposed.
Update – Randy Johnson reported the furnaces are allworking.
Locums – Randy Johnson inquired if locums can bebrought in. The board discussed the possible arrangements.
Other – Randy Johnson reported Dr. Larsen, who wantsto be here, is on hold while he works through some difficulties.
EHR Equipment – This item tabled.
Katie Krieger reported the service is running fine. Thebasic class will be finished on the 17th. The council will meet on the 11th to discuss the summer schedule.
IT Update – Green River Computing is ready to build thedata center. The board discussedwhere to house the data center and concluded it should be in the Pinedaleclinic basement. This item was tabled until a location can be secured.
Phone System – The board prefers not to spend money onthis right now.
Rocky Mountain Communication Systems – Scott Meccarequested to place an antenna on the Pinedale clinic tower to enhance theircommunications in the oilfield. Modifications would be at their expense and itwould not affect radio communications. Both Randy Johnson and Scott Mecca wereinstructed to obtain more information.
FCC License – Vehicular repeaters will be placed ontwo ambulances. An FCC license has been obtained for use. Walt Bousman motionedto pay the $400 for the vehicular repeaters license. Seconded by Bill Barneyand carried unanimously. Chairman Jensen signed the contract for the FCClicense.
Other – Chairman Jensen reported a meeting with theMarbleton Town Council was very productive. Pros and cons of differentlocations were discussed and the council was very receptive to the thoughts andconcerns. The board discussed taking the information to the countycommissioners on the 16th.
Other – The board discussed defining a break-evenpoint by deciding how much of the taxpayers dollars would be used for certaincomponents of operations. Walt Bousman would like to consider a model that usestaxpayers’ dollars to pay for the administration and revenue to cover therest.
Personnel – Bill Barney motioned to release KarenHaskell and Heather McAdams from probation. Seconded by Walt Bousman andcarried unanimously.
Bill Barney motioned to go into executive session forpersonnel, litigation and issues related to the Pinedale clinic. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carriedunanimously.
The board, director and clerk retired into executive sessionat 8:26 p.m.
Chairman Jensen brought the meeting back to order at 10:21p.m.
Bill Barney motioned to sign a settlement agreement withCharles Moore. Seconded by Mary Lynn Worl and carried unanimously. ChairmanJensen signed the document.
Bill Barney motioned to sign the purchase agreement with Dr.Boyle. Seconded by Walt Bousman and carried with Garry Eiden opposed and MaryLynn Worl abstaining. Chairman Jensen signed the document. Mary Lynn Worl motioned to move CarolMackie and Geneal Bailey up to step six and once they receive their x-raycertification that they move up another step within one year’s time. Seconded byBill Barney and carried unanimously.
The check registers were reviewed for accountability ofchecks. No discrepancies werenoted. Walt Bousman motioned to pay the bills as presented. Seconded by GarryEiden and carried unanimously authorizing vouchers for vendors and payrollnumbered 6780 through 6894, 601, DD051506-10 through DD053106-27, DDHEE051506-1through DDHER053106-1, EFT 051506-1, and EFT053106-1 totaling $538,131.16.
Without any further business, Mary Lynn Worl motioned toadjourn the meeting. Seconded by Walt Bousman and carried unanimously. Meetingadjourned 10:42 p.m.
Respectfully submitted this 22nd day of May 2006.
Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board of Trustees
Jerry A. Jensen, Chairman
Jauna M. McGinnis, Clerk
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 18, 2006.

State of Wyoming
County of Sublette
In the Matter of the )
Estate Of Clyde Randolph )
Lovelace, )
Deceased )
In the District Court
Ninth Judicial District
Probate No. 2006-1982
Notice of application for decree of distribution of Wyomingreal property pursuant to the summary procedure of Wyo. Stat. 2-1-205
To all persons interested in said estate:
You are hereby notified that on or about the 12th day ofMay, 2006, the Estate of Clyde Randolph Lovelace filed an application fordecree of distribution of Wyoming real property pursuant to the summaryprocedure of Wyoming Statute 2-1-205 (“Summary Application”) with the NinthJudicial District Court in order to transfer an oil and gas interest located inSublette County, Wyoming, to the spouse of the deceased.
Notice is further given that all persons disputing orobjecting to the summary application file them in duplicate in the office ofthe clerk of Ninth Judicial District Court, 21 South Tyler, Pinedale, Wyo.,82941, on or before publication of this notice for two consecutive weekscommencing on or about May 18, 2006, as thereafter the court will consider thesummary application. Any disputes or objections should also be served upon theundersigned using the following information: The Estate of Clyde RandolphLovelace, c/o Balzer Law Firm, P.C.; 1770 Monarch Circle, Loveland, Colorado80538.
Dated this 8th day of May, 2006.
Cody L. Balzer
Balzer Law Firm, P.C.
1770 Monarch Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 18 and 25, 2006.

Questar Overthrust Pipeline Company (Overthrust) filed anapplication for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity with theFederal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on May 1, 2006, in Docket No. CP06-167. The application proposes the constructionof a 27.1 mile, 36-inch diameter natural gas pipeline extending from a tie-inpoint on Overthrust’s existing pipeline near the Uinta and Sweetwater Countyline and terminating at an interconnect with Kern River Gas TransmissionCompany near Opal, Wyoming. Overthrust is a corporation organized and existing under the laws of thestate of Utah with authority to transact business in the states of Utah andWyoming. Its principal place ofbusiness is located at 180 East 100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111.
Overthrust proposes to install approximately 27.1 miles ofburied 36-inch-diameter pipeline and associated aboveground facilities. TheExpansion Project will begin at a tie-in with the existing Overthrust pipelinein Section 15, Township 18 North, Range 112 West, Uinta County, Wyoming,approximately 500 feet west of the Sweetwater-Uinta County line at Milepost(MP) 0.0. The proposed pipelinewill extend north for the first 3.6 miles of the route generally parallel tothe Sweetwater-Uinta County line and adjacent to the existing Questar PipelineCompany (QPC) Jurisdictional Lateral (JL) 84. At MP 3.6, in Section 34, Township 19 North, Range 112 West,the new pipeline will intersect and begin following an existing pipelinecorridor in a westerly direction. The existing pipeline corridor currently contains the ColoradoInterstate Gas Company (CIG) and Northwest Pipeline Corporation (NPC)pipelines. The proposed Overthrustpipeline will parallel this existing pipeline corridor on the north side forapproximately 17.7 miles until approximately MP 21.3 in Section 24, Township 20North, Range 115 West, Lincoln County, Wyoming, where it will intersect theexisting Kern River pipeline corridor and turn to the north. The proposed route then will parallelthe east side of the existing Kern River pipeline for approximately 3.6miles. Approaching the Kern Riverinterconnect, at MP 24.9, the pipeline will cross to the west side of KernRiver to avoid steep slopes. At MP26.6, the pipeline will cross back over Kern River and will remain on the eastside of Kern River until reaching the Kern River interconnect point near theOpal Station at MP 27.1 in Section 28, Township 21 North, Range 114 West,Lincoln County, Wyoming.
A landowner information pamphlet entitled “An InterstateNatural Gas Facility On My Land? What Do I Need to Know?” is available on the FERC’s web site A separate notice isto be mailed to affected landowners and governmental entities.
A copy of Overthrust’s FERC certificate application may beobtained by contacting Overthrust at 1-800-366-8532, or by contacting theFERC’s Office of External Affairs at 1-866-208-3372. The FERC application may also be viewed on the FERC’s website, or at the following libraries:
Lincoln County Library, 519 Emerald Street, Kemmerer,Wyoming  83101
Uinta County Library, 701 Main Street, Evanston,Wyoming  82930
Granger Branch Library, 312 2nd Street, Granger,Wyoming  82934
Lyman Library, 200 East Sage Street, Lyman, Wyoming 82937
You may addressyour questions, or concerns to David A. Ingleby, Supervisor, Property andRight-of-Way, Questar Overthrust Pipeline Company, telephone number1-800-366-8532.
Published in the Sublette Examiner May 11 and 18, 2006.

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