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24 Thursday, January 30, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette VALLEY DENTAL GPOUP 1420 E. State Highway 372 Pahrump, NV, 89041 727-6615 Local boys compete in MRCA rodeo Garret and R.J. McCaslin recently competed in the World Finals Rodeo of the Military Cowboy Association. The three day event was held at the Avi Hotel and Casino outside of Laughlin Nev. The Military Cowboy Association is a ro- deo circuit that is open to active military personnel and their dependents, For the world i  ,o ! 8ALO0100 & CAS|I00IO Saturday Nights Chuck Wagon Dinners 6pm Live Music Sunday Mornings Chuck Wagon Breakfast 10 am- I pm Friday & Saturday COuntry Mint Band Sat. 8 PM R.V. Spaces and Rooms available. PIONEER TgRRITORY WAGON TO00RH Day and Overnight wagon trips in Ash Meadows For Reservations Call (702) 372-1717 Crystal, Nevada Gateway to Devil's Hole ,., I i u iii i II finals only the top fifteen in each class are invited to com- pete. Both broth- ers competed in three events; bareback riding, saddle bronc, and chute dogging. Chute dog- ging is an event that is only found in this circuit. It's like bulldogging only without the horse. It When the week-end dust had settled R.J. McCaslin had racked up enough points to secure the saddle bronc rookie of the year buckle. TOSS EM-R. J. McCaslin might find a salad easier to toss then this steer in the bulldogging competition at the MRCA World Final Rodeo. The boys are the sons of Carlton and Gayle McCaslin of Pahrump. McAngus Western Wear helps sponsors them and Garret re- ceived addi- tional spon- sorship from the VFW post in Pahrump. Garret a senior air- man, is cur- rently serv- ing in the United was in this event that both States Air Force at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico, brothers were able tothrow while younger brother, R.J. is a corporal in the U.S. their steers and make points. Marines, stationed at Camp Pendelton, Calif. Town declines to manage cemetery by Doug McMurdo Gazette staff PAHRUMP- Town manager Scott Neilson presented his findings regarding the feasibil- ity of taking over management of the Chief Tecopa Cemetery from the county. Neilson presented his extensive report to the board during the meeting held Monday, January 27. According to Neilson's evaluation, the town would not benefit from such a move and recommended board members turn down the obligation of managing burials and mainte- nance at the cemetery. The board reviewed Neilson's findings and realized anticipated revenues will not meet expenditures. The four members, minus Chairman Charlotte LeVar, decided to drop the issue and let the county continue their obligation. The cemetery produced $28,500 in rev- enue in 1995, based on 38 burials. Expendi- DOE COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD MEETING The Community Advisory Board for Nevada Test Site Programs will meet Wednesday, February 5,1997. Agenda Items are: V' Forum/discussion on low.level waste management at the Nevada Test Site 5:30 to 9 p.m. Community College of Southem Nevada Cheyenne Avenue Campus High Desert Conference and Training Center, Room 1422 If you are unable to attend, have comments or questions, please contact: U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management P.O. Box 98518 Time: Place: tures are ex- pected to ex- ceed $32,000. Addi - tional points Neilson dis- cussed with county offi- cials in prepar- ing his report focused on: Training of I personnel; the county would have trained staff relating to cemetery duties. Backhoe; the county would not give the town the backhoe used for the cemetery, but "it could be used when- ever needed." Indigent Burials; the county would continue as required by statute to pay for these burials, however, the town would be required to perform them. Records maintenance; the county would turn over records to the town. Cemetery Advisory Committee; the in- dividuals serving on this committee would be reappointed by the town. Un- finished building at cemetery; the county proposed turning over funds to repair a roof. Approximately $5,000. Cemetery related materials; the county would give the town a riding lawnmower. Memorial or Endowment Fund; the county indi- cated they would be unable to commit money to this type of fund at this time. Of notable interest in Neilson's find- ings: The cost of opening and closing a plot is $650. The fee for setting head- stones and plaques is $100. Total cost is $750. With 1,270 lots available, the cem- etery will be full in 24 years. The town office, already short- handed, would have to take over admin- istration. The Paiute Tribe would like to see signs installed designating the cemetery as The Chief Tecopa Cemetery. Chief Tecopa is a legend in the area for his efforts in living in peace with white settlers, among other things. Illl f" NOTICE Pursuant to NRS 244.085(7), the Nye County Board of Commissioners will meet with the Esmeralda County Commissioners, Esmeralda Land Planning Commission, and Representatives of the Tonopah and State Directors Office of the Bureau of Land Management on Monday, Febru- ary 10, 1997, at 9:00 a.m., for a workshop to re- view proposed BLM and Federal rules and regu- lations. The meeting will be held at the Goldfield Community Center, 223 Crook Street, Goldfield, 1;'-",---1'. Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-8518 _ Nevada. The meeting is informational only. No de- (702 295-0197   cisions will be made, and no actions will be taken r ---"s  " f------- , . , . .._--2,,,-:-_ ".-. at this meeting. ! U.S. Department of Energy | PUBLISH: 1/30/97, 2/6/97