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The Lovell Chronicle, February 21, 2008, page 20 1 To place your local classified ad, please call 1 Our advertising deadline is noon on Tuesday WWW.MIDWAYAUTOSALES. HOLLY'S STORMOR STOR- COM the easiest way to shop AGE, Byron, units available. all three Midway stores! Guar- 548-2634. anteed credit approvals! Lovell (218107-218108p) 548-7571, Cody 587-7571, JENKINS STORAGE LLC, Worland 347-4123. open outdoor fenced storage, (1/31tfc)call 548-7217 or 272-0235. BROSIUS ELECTRIC, Serving (1/3/08-1/1/09p) Lovell, Byron, Cowley, Deav- MRW STORAGE, LOVELL. er, Frannie, and the surround- Storage spaces, all sizes, call ing areas. Tim Brosius, Master 548-6346 or 548-7209. Electrician. 307-664-2722, 307- (1110108-1127109p) 250-1076. PUBLIC NOTICE I Total Gas Rate I $7.874 I $6.823 ] $1.0511 The3 Wyoming Public Service Commission (Commission) gives notice thalt Montana-Dakota Utilities Company (MDU or the Company) has rec~eived authority to pass on a wholesale gas cost increase of $1.051 per" Dth to all its customers. The increase for all classes of custom- ers; is due to an increase in the cost of gas withdrawn from storage. The Company states the increase will affect all customers in MDU's Wy(oming service territory and went into effect for usage on and after February 1, 2008. The pass on will result in an increase of $339,294 in tthe Company's revenues during February 2008, based upon esti- malted sales volumes for the month. MDU's Petition for Confidential Tre~atment of Exhibit 3(a) to its application was also granted. (12/27-3/27c MD)U's current and proposed rates for Residential Service and Gen- L~ I folHowing eratl Service customers, stated in dollars per Dth, are detailed in the table: I I T ariff Item Proposed I Current I Net Change I I Cost UDth) I Cost UDth) I (/Dth) I Stan Grass I Pturchased Gas7.404 6.353 1.051 754-3007 I c,ost I I Atmortize CBA I (0.057)I (0.057) I 0 I Nion-Core (0.108) (0.108) 0 R(evenue Credit I . 1TotalPurchasedI$7.239 I $6.188 I $1.051 I He t ng Air Cost I I I I Your Drain Cleaning Specialist Nion-Commodity 0.002 0.002 0 Rlate I C;onservation I 0.633 I 0.633 I 0 I Tfracking Adjust- anent The proposed increase will result in an increase of $17.86 or 14%, for the average residential customer using seventeen (17) Dths in February 2008. Actual bills will vary with usage. Sections 249 and 250 of the Commission's Rules allow a utility to pass on, to its customers, known or prospective wholesale commod- ity cost increases or increases, subject to public notice, opportunity for hearing and refund. MDU's application is on file at the Commission's offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and in each of the Company's Wyoming business offices in its gas service territory, and may be inspected by any interested person during regular business hours. Anyone desiring to file a statement, intervention, protest or a request for a public hearing in this matter must so file, in writing, with the Commission on or before March 5, 2008. The petition shall set forth the grounds of the proposed intervention or request for hearing, and the position and interest of the petitioner in this proceeding. If you wish to intervene in this matter or request a public hearing that you will attend, and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Wyoming Public Service Commission at (307) 777-7427, or write to the Commission at 2515 Warren Av- enue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements: Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711. Please mention Docket No. 30013-198-GP-08 in your communications. Dated: February 5, 2008. Publish: February 14 & 21, 2008 1982 3/4 TON Chevy flatbed, 1,000 miles on motor and trans- mission, 4 inch lift, $3,400. Call George Rusch 548-7930 or 272-7340. (2/14-21p) 1997 BUICK REGAL GS, new radiator and A/C condenser, $2,500. Call 272-1307. (2/14-21p) MIDWAY HAS THE largest se- lection of vehicles! You're not shopping unless you shop www. midwayautosales.com. Lovell 548-7571, Cody 587-7571, Worland 347-4123. (1/31tfc) NORTHERN WYOMING SUR- GICAL Center is seeking RN, CNA, CSR, and housekeeping staff for casual relief. No week- ends, holidays, call. Send re- sume: 732 Lindsay Lane, Cody, WY 82414. For more info email slivesay@wir.net or call Sandy Livesay at 307-587-2139. (2/21-28c) The Big to 10 MOVING SALE: LIKE new items for 1/2 or less: couch, chairs, china hutch, coffee tables, end tables, fridge and much more. 548-7708. (1/31-2/21p) HOLSTEIN STEER for sale, $1/Ib approximately 1,000 lb. steer. Call Tracie, 548-7155, af- ter 7 pm M.-Th. or leave mes- sage. (2/21-28p) 1,000 ENVELOPES = $10,000. Receive $10 for every envelope stuffed with our sales material. Guaranteed! Free information: 24 hour recording 1-800-291- 8990. (2/21p) N EW TO LOVELL? The First National Bank & Trust of PowelllLovell Branch wants to be the first to welcome you to our community. Open an account with us, and we'll give you a 6-month subscription to The Lovell Chronicle Stop in today and visit with our new accounts staff. ,First National FD~ 54B-2751 * 284 E, Main Lovell L'~TLI'~ OPERATIONS/PRODUCTION MANAGER located in Park County. Will direct and work with crew, have hands-on involve- ment, computer and communi- cations skills. 35-40K. Send re- sume to P.O. Box 167, Worland, WY 82401. (2/21c) ,Health Coalition d for Lovell Elementary to work well with . ;ket. .I 01 KI A~ .!.1 N~ ~C EiE THINKING ABOUT BUYING A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY? The Lovell Chronicle and the Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency, say investigate before you invest. Visit ftc.gov/bixopps to learn how to tell a real deal from a raw deal. CHILDREN Children's Resource Center, serving children birth to 5 years, 548-6722. If you have an out of control youth, call Big Horn County Youth Services at 548-2641. Shriners Hospitals for Children. Contact KEFAR SHRINE CLUB at 754- 4751, 548-9965, 548- 6929. Best Beginnings Nurse, Lovell Public Health Office, M-F. Call 548- 6591. Pregnancy Crisis Center, Powell, 1-866-600-2229. CareNet of Billings Women's Clinic, 406-652-4868, pregnancy support, freedom, knowledge & empowerment. Prevent Child Abuse, North Big Horn County. Call 1- 800-CHILDREN. WIC, Lovell Senior Center, every Wednesday, 9-4, Public Health Office, 548-6591. Call 866-655- 4348 for appointment. Immunization appointments, Big Horn County Public Health Office, 548-6591. bRu S & ALCOHOL AIAnon meetings every Tues 7 North Big Horn Search and Rescue Building, 256 E. 5th, Lovell, Narcotics Anonymous, Tues Thurs Sun 7 146 S. Bent (Big orn Enterprise bldg used north entrance off parking lot). Call 202-0858 for more information. AA, open meetings every Tues. & Fri 8 pm, North Big Horn Search and Rescue building, 256 East 5th, Lovell. Call 548-2862. This listing of support groups and agencies is provided as a free public service by the Lovell Chronicle. 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