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I Janua 7,.2021 The Lovell Chronicle 5 Report Man attacked by unknown dog The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Decem— ber 28 to January 3: Dec. 28: A man received multiple bites from a loose white dog in the Western Sugar parking lot. The man was transported to North Bi Horn Hospital. Officers deter- mined a escription of the dog but are yet unable to identify it. The case remains un— der investigation. 0 Officers received a call from a business owner on East Eighth Street who stat— ed that someone had siphoned gasoline out of his car in a case of theft. Officers wereunable to inspect the car to verify his claims. No other cases of siphoned gas are known. Dec. 30: A man called officers to report a lost handgun. The serial number was en- tered into a database for missing and sto— len guns. Officers could not determine the firearm was stolen. Note: The calls listed above were received by the Lovell Police Department. Persons ar— rested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dis— missed as determined by the County Attorney. RYAN FITZMAURICE Volunteers of the Lovell Fire Department fight a trailer fire on Road 10 Monday afternoon. The fire ori inated after a resident started a barbecue for lunch, catching a hay stack on fire Wthh ignited the trailer. Sheriff report Up to 50 goats lost in barn fire The Big Horn Sheriff’s De artment received the following calls for the week of December 28 to January 4: December 29: Deputies responded to a worksite in Cowley where two residents of south Big Horn County got into an ar— gument resulting in one of the individuals threatening to damage the other’s equip— ment. Deputies separated the parties. December 31: Deputies responded to Highway 14A West near Byron after an anonymous callerreported that livestock were being abused on the property. Upon inspecting the scene, deputies found wa— ;ter. and. hay stacks clearlyaccessible to the livestock and dismissed the call. Jan. 1: The two back» tires of a vehicle were reported as being slashed on North Third East Street in Cowley. The incident is under investigation. Jan 2: Search and Rescue was dispatched to John Blue Canyon Road in response to a four—wheeler accident involving a sin— gle individual. The individual was quickly brought to an ambulance by team mem- bers and was later flown to Billings. 0 The Lovell Fire Department and the Deaver Frannie Fire Department re— sponded to Lane 9.5 to the report of multiple barns on fire. The fire, which ori inated from a wood-burning stove be ore spreading to two other struc- tures, was called in at 9:19 a.m.. Fire- fighters contained the fire and left the scene at 11:45 am. Between 45 and 50 goats were lost in the fire, according to assistant chief for the Lovell Fire De— partment Bob Mangus. Jan. 4: The Lovell Fire Department re— sponded to a trailer fire at 1075 Road 10. The fire originated after a resident at— tempted to barbecue for lunch, resulting in the surrounding straw bails catching on fire, moving to the trailer. There Were no injuries caused by the fire. Firefighters responded to the fire at 2:35 p.m., quick- ly contained the fire and left the scene at 3:20 pm. Note: The calls listed above were received by the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Department. Per- sons arrested are presumed innocent until prov— en guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. UW Extension hosting Wyoming On the Record in Big Horn County BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn Coun- ty babies. Report these births to the Lovell Chronicle at 307- 548-2217. MARRIAGES Noe Garcia and Jennifer H. Massey, both of Lovell. ‘ ' DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Ronda Gallup, Lennie Blackburn A/ K A Glen— na Lennie Black urn, Curt Cozzens, Connie Combe, Julie King and Jeri Griess to Kim St. Clair and Betty J. St. Clair; B ron 1st Addition, Lot 2, Bloc 25. Jay Durfee Thomp— son, trustee, and Virgin- ia June Thompson, trustee, of the Thompson Revoca— ble Trust dated October 31, 2018, to Richard Solis; Lovell Cityview Addition, Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, Block 4. Allen D. Calvin and Judy A. Calvin to Keath L. Fen— ton and Cardston M. Fen— ton; Cowley Ori inal Town, (Part) Lot 2, Bloc 63. Special: Wyoming Com— munity Development Au- thority to Twin Improve- ments, LLC; Lovell Welch Subdivision, Lot 4, Block 1. Correction from coun- ty: Ken Grant and Darece Grant to Ken Grant, trustee, and Darece Grant, trustee, of the Grant Family Trust dated July 1, 2020; (Part) Lot 1, Sec. 15, T56N R96W. Sonja Cutler and Randy Hein to Cordell McFarlane; NE4SE4 Sec. 27, T57N R97W. Eric Steven Burns and Tracy Kay Schatz—Burns t0 Brent Dibenedetto; (Part) Lot 7, Sec. 17, T56N R95W. Samantha Gail Wright and Timoth John Woods to Wayne Mic ael Kinser and Jan Kinser; Cowley Ori inal Town, (Part) Lot 2, Bloc 39. John R. Kleffner to Law— rence D. Gaisfordand Bar— bara Lee Gaisford; Byron First Addition, (Part) Lot 2, Block 24. Fredrick D. Glander and Cindy Glander to Ryan Lem— bke and Lacie S. Lembke; Lot 6, Sec. 28, SE4SE4 Sec. 29, SW4NW4, NW4SW4 Sec. 33, Lot 3, Sec. 33, Lot 9, Sec 33, E2 Sec. 32, T56N R94W, Lot 1, SE4NE4, NE4SE4 Sec. 05, Lots 3, 4, 6, Sec. 04, T55N R94W. Nancy C. Walker, trust— ee, Ned B. Walker, trustee, of the Nancy C. Walker Liv— ing Trust dated Februar 8, 2010, to Deseree Jae A len and Christopher James Al— len; (Part) Lots 107$, 120B, T56N R96W. Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk’s of- fice recently were: Mountain Construc— tion Company, Stuart Frost to Four F’s LLC; Lot 104, NE4NW4, NW4NE4 Sec. 17, Lot 103, Sec. 17, T56N R96W. John Amdahl and Jo Am— dahl to John Amdahl, Jo Amdahl, Aaron Amdahl and Brian Amdahl; (Part) Lot 47A, WZSW4 Sec. 03, T55N R97W. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn County before Judge Edward G. Luhm recently were: Nicholas G. Eglseder, Story, Wyo., take game birds without license, $150. Glenn Scheeler, Cowley, littering, $250. Alejandro V. Rodriguez, possess controlled sub- , stance: pill or capsule, 3 grams or less, 1 year super— vised probation, S355. Mason Keele, Lovell, breach of peace, $320. Moriah Reynosa I, Lovell, possess controlled sub- stance, 90 days jail (90 sus- pended), 6 months unsu- per)vised probation, $620 X2. ‘ Rachel Elizabeth Wade, Greybull, manufacture or deliver methamphetamine or narcotic controlled sub— stance — schedule I or II, bound over. Brennan Scott Hodges, Lovell, murder: 1st de ree, attem t to commit a fe ony, boun over; aggravated as— sault & battery, bound over; aggravated assault & bat- tery with deadly weapon, bound over; possess deadly weapon, bound over. Kenneth T. McNabb, Lovell, seat belt: driver, $25. Steven E. Ames, Sacra— mento, stop sign violation, $140. ' Kent Stark, Laramie, seat belt: driver, $25. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Carol Sparks, Emblem, 77 mph, $120. ' Speeding in a 70 mph zone: Amie Felsing, Long Grove, Iowa, $103. Mark Jarvis, Denver, $103. Sierra M. Burke, Cody, $103. Jessica McDonald, Lovell, $115. Jesse Schwenk, Long- mont, Colo., $120. RYAN FITZMAURICE Officer Dusty Schultz presents Debbie Good, the wife of former Lovell Police Chief Robert Good, a Lovell Police Chief badge graveside at the Lovell Cemetery during Bob Good’s funeral Tuesday. Debbie was also presented with the American flag that was flying over the Lovell Police Department just that morning. Robert Good 39 hemp workShops in five locations served as police chief from 1977 to 1980. Concurrent Wyoming hemp workshops will be in Cheyenne, Powell, Tor— rington, Wheatland and Worland Jan. 13 and Feb. 3 by the University of Wyo— ming Extension. Those interested can attend the host locations or view the Zoom sessions from their own location, said John Connett, an in— tegrated pest management specialist and hemp agron— omist with UW Extension. “These 2021 Wyoming hemp workshops are a great way to stay current on this crop,” he said. “Growers can also find the UW Extension hemp webpage at http:// bit.ly/wyo—hemp and to sign up for Wyoming hemp news on the email listserv.” The Zoom link for both sessions is https://uwyo. Zoom.us/j/98053534954. Local hosts will start the workshops at 8 am. with an opening top- ic. Twenty—minute Zoom sessions are 9—11 am. fol- lowed by a 10-minute live question-and—answer ses— sion. The local host will re— sume the workshop and finish with a topic or guest speaker. Zoom topics are: 9 am. — Hemp grain weed management, Jeff Kostuik, director of opera— tions in central Canada and the US. for Hemp Genetics International (HGI) 9:30 am. — Hemp seed oil introduction, Roger Gussiaas, president Healthy Oilseeds, LLC Carrington, N.D. ' 10 am. — Montana hemp variety trial information, Perry Miller, cropping sys- tems professor, Montana State University 10:30 am. — Wyoming hemp permits/testing up- date, Wes Brown, hemp lead, Wyoming Department of Agriculture Extension educators serve as location hosts. Locations and hosts are: speakers and Cheyenne Room 409, Pathfinder Building, 1400 E. College Dr., Laramie County Community Col— lege. Catherine Wissner, 307—633-4480. Powell Park County Fairgrounds, 655 E 5th. Jer- emiah Vardiman, 1—307—754— 8836 or jvardima@uwyo. edu. ‘ Torrington Confer- ence room at the Gosh— en County Resource Cen- ter,'4516 US Hwy. 26/85. Brian Sebade, bsebade@ uwyo.edu, with Carrie Eber- le, Carrie.Eberle@uwyo. edu. Call 1-307—532—2436 for more information. Wheatland — Platte. Val- ley Bank, 200 16th St. Le- roy Jons, 1-307—322—3667 or cjons2@uwyo.edu. Worland Washakie County Extension Office, 1200 Culbertson St. Caitlin Youngquist, 1—307-347—3140 or cyoungqu@uwyo.edu. For more informa— tion, contact Connett at 307—766-5022. Legislature to convene for one-day virtual session CHEYENNE (WNE) The 66th Wyoming Legislature will convene at noon Jan. 12 for a one-day virtual session to fulfill the requirements of the Wyoming Constitution. Gov. Mark Gordon’s message will take place at 2 p.m., according to a news release from the W oming Legislative Service 0 fice. During the convening of the 2021 general session, the Legislature will address all necessary business in ac— COrdance with the Wyoming Constitution, including, but not limited to: Election of legislative leadership; Adopt rules for the 66th Legislature; Receive a message from Gov. Gordon. A video livestream of the House and Senate prof ceedings will be available .on the Legislature’s website at www.wyoleg.gov. Gor- don’s message will be lives— treamed separately on Wyo— ming PBS’s YouTube Channel at 2 pm. Members of the pub- lic are encouraged to view the proceedings online. The public may contact members of the Legislature directly using the contact informa— tion available on the Legisla- ture's website at www.wyo— leg.gov/ Legislators. Members of the 66th Legislature will be sworn in during the week of Jan. 4 and the morning of Jan. 12 prior to the Call to Order. The Wyoming Legisla- ture will resume the 2021 general session at a later date. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday % Few Snow Showers Prepr Chance: 30% 39/20 Friday Partly Cloudy Prepr Chance: 20% 36/16 Saturday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 5% 37/12 Bi Horn Basin Outlook Thursday we will see mosin cloudy skies with a 30% chance of snow showers, high temperature of 39°, humidity of 53%. Southwest wind 2 to 8 mph. Snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. Expect mostly cloudy skies Thursday night with a 30% chance of snow showers, overnight low of 20°. Northwest wind 7 mph. Climate Almanac Record 24 hr. Precrp, Jet Stream Forecast tor 1/11 National Weather Service Forecasts: http:/Iwww.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm For latest weather updates: www.UpdatedWx.com/LC Re ional Snow Pack River Basin 7895? flit. 2. 98% Upper Yellowstone River n/a Ftlver Basln Big ,Hpmfilver Shoshone River Snake Normals for 1i7 to 1l11 5.93 0.43 In 1962 Record 24 hr. Preclp. Sunrise & Sunset Sunrlse Sunset ‘2; rem-m. 4:49pm: g. . 4:50 pm. i.- . 4:51pm? _. . 4:53 pm. v Irma; a.” Road and Travel (1 688-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Road and Travel on the web httptiNIydetwomee.wy.uslweb/hlghwey/text_road.html Sunday Partly Cloudy Prepr Chance: 5% 34/13 Monday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 5% 33 / 14 Weekend Outlook '“95/14 . A“. 35/9 e Meeteetse "m 33 / 9 o Worland Recreation Outlook Eig.tlum.Laka Partly cloudy Saturday with highs in the mid-30s Partly cloudy Sunday with highs in the mid-30s. Partly cloudy Saturday with highs in the upper 205. Partly cloudy Sunday with highs in the mid-20s. Eig.l:lamMounlains Partly cloudy Saturday with highs in the Mama-d“ Hewwm'em 1 75% single digits. Partly cloudy Sunday with highs in the low 10s. V&$ Variety C&R LIQUOR