Time to shake your head

The following headline of a story appeared in today’s paper:

Stolen wallet won’t dampen a good time

A Glenrock man didn’t let a stolen wallet ruin his good time.

The man’s wallet was stolen Wednesday night at Bryan’s Place, a strip club near Rozet.

He told deputies a blonde dancer with braces must have taken his wallet while giving him a lap dance. The wallet later was found beneath a sofa cushion, but $200 was missing, Campbell County Undersheriff Scott Matheny said.

But after realizing his wallet had been stolen, the 31-year old man stayed at the strip club and had another lap dance, Matheny said.

I think it’s time to just shake your head and say, “Huh?”

Bring on the snow

Here comes round 2.

From WeatherBug

Urgent – Winter Weather Message
National Weather Service Rapid City SD
847 PM MST Fri Jan 7 2011
Northern Campbell-Southern Campbell-Western Crook-Weston-
Northeastern Crook-
Including The Cities Of… Gillette… Wright… Moorcroft…
Hulett… Newcastle… Colony
… Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect Until 6 PM MST Sunday…
The Winter Weather Advisory Is Now In Effect Until 6 PM Mst
* Light Freezing Rain Or Snow Will Develop Overnight Before
Becoming All Snow On Saturday Morning. Snow Will Then Continue Into
Sunday Before Diminishing Sunday Evening.
* Snow Accumulations Of 4 To 7 Inches Are Expected By Sunday
Precautionary/Preparedness Actions…
A Winter Weather Advisory Means Snow… Freezing Precipitation…
Wind… And Cold Temperatures Will Create Hazardous Conditions.
Use Caution When Outdoors Or Traveling.

From the Gillette News-Record blotter

Seriously…that’s all I gotta say.

HT: Gillette News-Record


Published: Wednesday, April 8, 2009 12:27 PM MDT

At 10 a.m. Tuesday, Wal-Mart employees were alerted to a white van parked in the store’s lot. Inside were five unattended children, whose ages ranged from 7 months to 6 years old. The employees wound up spending almost half an hour with the kids, before their 25-year-old mother returned from the store. She said she wasn’t aware that it was dangerous to leave children locked in a van, Police Detective Gary Owens said. The case has been referred to the Department of Family Services.

For Sale: SNOW

If I could, I would sell this stuff like people in Colorado did last winter.  We have received so much snow, Christmas lights are still around our porch poles because the snow hasn’t melted to put the ladder up!

Here are some statistics from our local paper.

February snowfall to date: 4.7 inches
February snowfall average: 7.8 inches


– Snow since October: 34.2 inches
– Precipitation since October: 1.62 inches
– Snow last winter (Oct.1, 2006, to March 1): 35.1 inches
– Winter average: 63.7 inches
– Biggest snow day this winter: Dec. 1, 5 inches

So, if anyone has a lack of snow at their location and would like some, please let me know and I’ll be more than happy to give you some.