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Tribune Staff

(Dec. 21, 1913 – Nov. 9, 2010)

Alice T. Huffman of Basin died at Bonnie Bluejacket Memorial Nursing Home between Basin and Greybull, early Tuesday morning, Nov. 9, 2010. She was 96.

(Sept. 24, 1940 – Nov. 12, 2010)

Alberta Jeanne Storeim, 70, of Greybull died Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 at Bonnie Bluejacket Memorial Nursing Home between Basin and Greybull.

(April 6, 1943 - Nov. 7, 2010)

Robert J. “Sam” Bass died Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010 at St. Vincent's Healthcare in Billings. He was 67.

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Keller Paulson, a Northwest College freshman from Casper, performs a timpani solo during “In Flight” for the Northwest College Choir and Band concert in the Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium Tuesday evening. Tribune photo by Kara Bacon

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Washington bound

Before it stands at the U.S. Capitol, a 67-foot Christmas tree from Wyoming is making a few guest appearances in the Cowboy State. On Sunday, the official 2010 Capitol Christmas Tree makes a stop in Cody, where Park County residents will celebrate its arrival with holiday-themed festivities.

This is the first year Wyoming has contributed the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree.

No other infected herds have been found

Brucellosis has been confirmed in a Meeteetse area cattle herd where three cattle initially tested positive for the bacterial disease in late October.

So far, there is no indication that the disease has spread to surrounding herds in Park County, state Veterinarian Jim Logan said.
“Everything else we have results on so far has been negative,” Logan said Wednesday.

Park County residents and officials are getting their opportunity to weigh in on a Montana mine clean up plan that involves hauling tens of thousands of tons of gold tailings over the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway.

Officials from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality will be in Cody on Tuesday, Nov. 16, to discuss their clean up plans for the McLaren Mine outside Cooke City, Mont.

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Defender Chad Braun battles for position in front of the Quake net during recent action against the Billings Bulls at Riley Arena. The two teams meet again at 7:30 p.m. this Friday in Cody. Tribune photo by Randal Horobik

Yellowstone Quake head coach Craig Furstenau is convinced his hockey team has started to turn the corner that had eluded it for a couple of weeks. Now, he just wishes they'd get a little more in the win column to show for it.

The Quake split games at Missoula, falling by a 4-3 count Friday before winning 4-2 on Saturday. The squad also suffered its fourth one-goal loss to Billings in as many meetings this season, losing 4-3 in a shootout against the Bulls.

Lesu earns libero of the year

Northwest College sophomore Valerie Lesu and freshman Sandrina Hunsel were named members of the All-Region team following the conclusion of the Region IX North volleyball tournament in Glendive, Mont., this past weekend. Hunsel, along with Trapper teammate Gianesi Tarafa, were also named to the All-tournament team.

Jones named most valuable 2010 swimmer

Four Powell Lady Panther swimmers were recognized by their teammates as the team celebrated their awards night Monday evening.

Senior Maddy Jones was named the Most Valuable Swimmer by her teammates. Jones, a four-year letter winner for the Lady Panthers, led Powell in team points during the season, and finished her career with two top-10 finishes in the state championships.

Fellow senior Monique Zorgati received the Coaches Choice award. Also a four-year letter-winner, Zorgati was the second highest point winner for the season.

She recorded the highest finish at state for the Lady Panthers, seventh place in the 200-yard freestyle, and earned 11th place in the 100-yard freestyle as well.

Senior Jessica Wurzel was chosen by her teammates as the Most Inspirational swimmer. Wurzel has been with the team all four of her high school years, and qualified for state the past two years.

The Most Improved award was given to freshman diver Hannah Sweet.

Jones, Zorgati, Wurzel, along with seniors Brittany Christensen, Alyssa Smith and Claire Wetzel were all recognized for serving as team captains during the season.

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