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2 I The Lovell Chronicle [ January 12, 2012 J BY DAVID PECK The Lovell Woman's Club gave a generous donation to the Town of Lovell Tuesday night in the form of a $1,000 check to be used for a planned gazebo at the community center. Woman's Club President Doro- thy Winterholler explained that each club president has $500 at the end of her one-year term to spend on a com- munity project - a president's project -- and if she serves for two years, she has $1,000 at her disposal. Finishing her second year as pres- ident, Winterholler said she was told the town plans to construct a gazebo at the community center west of town, and she decided to contribute $1,000 toward the gazebo as her president's project, plus another $50 as a memo- rial for longtime Woman's Club mem- ber Lucy Powell. It is hoped that oth- ers will contribute to the gazebo, as well. Winterholler presented her check to Mayor Bruce Morrison at the regu- lar January meeting of the town coun- cil Tuesday at Town Hall. WINTER SHUTDOWN Engineer Frank Page reported Tuesday that the South Phase of the Lovell Water and Sewer Infrastruc- ture Project last Friday reached its winter shutdown, with Wilson Broth- ers Construction completing every- thing it can for the time being until warmer weather arrives in the spring. The sewer main has been com- pleted on Nevada from Seventh south to Wyoming, and the water main has reached the top of the hill, although it has not been hooked up. The new water line from Nevada to Garfield on top of the bench has been installed and tested and is in service he said. The first priority come spring is completing work on the upper bench, Page said, then moving to the rest of the work below the hill. Current- ly, Nevada Avenue is "pretty rough," Page said, but there's not much that can be done for now, with Montana- Dakota Utilities planning to lay a new gas line up the Nevada hill, then a new line west on 10th Street to the planned senior housing project, in February. LOVELL INC. In her monthly report, Lovell Inc. Director Sue Taylor said she has been DAVID PECK Lovell Woman's Club President Dorothy Winterholler presents a $1,000 check to Mayor Bruce Morrison to be used to help fund a new gazebo at the community center during Tuesday night's town council meeting in Lovell. seeing a '%ump" in clients wanting to start a new business, perhaps mov- ing forward with a New Year's resolu- tion. She said Lovell Inc. is planning an open house at the office/business incubator building later this month, perhaps on Jan. 27. Turning to the old hospital/senior housing project, Taylor said prog- ress is being made. She said she has received the environmental review packet from the State of Wyoming and has been told that the contract for the hospital demolition grant is in the mail. She said title and deed work should also be completed soon. Under new business, the council approved a change in the liquor li- cense for the Maverik Country Store, updating the square footage of Maver- ik's dispensing room. Town Clerk/ Treasurer Valerie Beal called the li- cense revision a technicality. The council discussed a possible new arrangement with a company that would place the town code on line for citizens to view. Currently, Assis- tant Treasurer Ed Allred explained, the town has a soft- ware program that allows the town to manage on-line con- tent in house, but that program is no longer active. The new com- pany would codify, maintain and up- date the town code as needed through a website that would be linked to the town's site. Town At- torney Sandra Kitch- en said it is a "really good idea" to regular- ly codify and update the town code. Allred said the company would charge $18 per page of the town code to download the town's laws and, at around 300 pages or more, the project would cost the town more th in $5,000. Asked about other possible charges, Allred said he would have to look into it, and council- man Scott Allred asked Ed Allred to put together costs for the changeover by the next council meeting. Ed Allred said he looked at one other company that was much more expensive. Chief of Police Nick Lewis spoke to the council to explain the use of Homeland Security funding the town is applying for via a grant, say- ing there is nearly $9,500 available through March 31, 2014. Although the grant focuses on communications, specifically the WYOLINK program, money has been approved in the past for other related items like desktop computers, digital cameras and the like. The council voted to authorize Mayor Bruce Morrison to sign the Homeland Security Grant Award Agreement. Finally, the council voted to ap- prove five people with the authority to purchase surplus property through the Wyoming Surplus Authority: Mayor Morrison, Councilman Brian Dickson, Lewis, Town Foreman Doug Savage and Ed Allred. i iii iiiiiiiii1ii i ii ii i i ii ii iiii iiiiiii iiii!iiiiiiiiii i iiii iiii iiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii ii iiiiii i ii iiiii iiiiiiii iiiiii ii iiiiiiiiiiii1 ii iiiii iiiiiiiitiiiii ii i ii i i Donald D. April 20, 1946- Jan. 5, 2012 Donald D. Englert died in Lovell on Jan. 5, 2012, of leukemia. Don was born April 20, 1946, in Bridg- er. He was the llth child of Jess and Ethel Englert. The family moved to Byron when he was young. He attended elementary and high school in Byron. He took a job working for a top- ographic firm making maps around the Big Horn Basin. He married Ivy Wambeke in 1966. They had three children, Lisa, Tracey and Deanna. Don began work- ing for the U.S. Geological Survey in 1965. He worked there for eight years. He then took a position with the State Engineer's Of- rice, Water Resources Divi- sion, in Sheridan. He worked in water re- sources for 32 years, retir- ing in 2003. He began his dream job of transporting RVs from manufacturers to dealerships. He trav- eled all over the U.S. and Canada, logging 105 to 125 thousand miles a year. In 2008, he retired and spent the spring and summer in Wyoming and winters in Florida or Arizona. He re- cently moved to Lovell to be near his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Ivy, his son Tracey and wife Holly and four grandchildren Dani, Kade, Kaylee and Alex. He was preceded in death by his parents Jess and Ethel, two daughters, Lisa and Deanna, his four brothers, Ken, Alfred, Willard and Gerald, and his two sisters Beverly and Beatrice. Services were held on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph's Cath- olic Church in Lovell. Burial was in the Byron Cemetery. Haskell Funer- al Home of Lovell was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.haskellfuneralhome. com. Please submit obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest.net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming Daniel Evan Jordan, Oct. 22, 1959- Jan. 6, 2012 Daniel Evan Jordan, 52, of Roberts, Mont., died Friday, Jan. 6, 2012. Dan died of a heart attack while working at a drilling site near Douglas. He was born on Oct. 22, 1959, in Red Lodge, a son of Lewis T. and Elvina M. (Ob- ert) Jordan. He graduated from Lovell High School. Dan married Debbie Little Boy (O'Shea) on May 6, 1982, and they had four Children, Andrew Lew- is, Evan Michael, Dani- elle Lynn and Lyle Ernest. They raised their family while living in Libby, Mont. Daniel enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and various other outdoor activities. He enjoyed tak- ing his family on vacations, camping trips and bringing family together. In June of 2007, Dan returned to Red Lodge to help care for his father dur- ing his last years. During this time Dan was blessed to meet and fall in love with Nadine Falagan. During their time together they en- joyed spontaneous outdoor activities and shared a va- cation to Egypt. Daniel enjoyed every breath of life with his fam- ily and friends, and will be forever missed. He was pre- ceded in death by his infant brother Andrew B., his old- est son Andrew Lewis and his father Lewis T. Jordan. Survivors include his two sons, Evan Michael and Lyle Ernest; his daughter Danielle Lynn; his mother Elvina M. Jordan; his love Nadine Falagan; two broth- ers, Thomas Jordan and Rick Waples; one sister, Margaret Home; and nu- merous nieces and nephews. Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Red Lodge. Cremation has taken place, and interment will be in the Red Lodge Cemetery. Smith-alcott Funeral Chapel of Red Lodge is in charge of ar- rangements. Memorials may be giv- en to the charity of one's choice. [2 [ ,...oo,,.,., I .,=w. [ Please recycle I e Bible Ch I Catholic Church thls newspaper. I Church +l | Recycling bins are located I |Worship Service Prayer 7 pro| 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell ] in the Red Apple SUpermarket I /~:ooam Roy. Kurt McNabbi | Pastor Michael McKnight ~ | ISacrifice of the Mass l J /sunday sch| | 548-6561 ~1 I Sunday at11:30 am parking [vt in Lovell. /10:30 am 56 E. Main l| Services: Sunday School 9:45 am I Bible'Lesson Lovell / I Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm I L6 pm k Wed. Bible Study 7 pm j [ Reverend Glen Szczechowski Powell Supply , 265 N. Bent, Powell, WY' Louell flssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho floe., Louell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship - 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 '~ ~ Serving Northern~ ) ~t,j Big Horn County /I llMethodist I lidhurch (~ ~===~at the corYn::o~ Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev, Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missou# Synod Need an OBIGYN? ;i If you'd like to make an appointment, please call / ~ ~'---~lt~V~ey 754-7257 or 1-888-284-9308 RogerBrecheen, M.D. 777Ave H ' www.pvhc.org OB/GYN AIRPORT MANAGER BIG HORN COUNTY AIRPORTS Big Horn County seeks to employ an individual to act in the capacity of Airport Manager for both the north and south county airports. For job description and related information please contact the office of the County Comnlissioners, Basin Wyoming, at (307) 568-2357, e-mail to Wendy Thulander , or mail to P.O. Box 31, Basin, WY 82410. Please submit a resume with references. 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For more information call 307-765-9575 or email greyrec@tctwest.net Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records 2012 Request copies of records by Wednesday, February 15, 2012 January 12, 2012 Attention Parents/Guardians, Former Students, Eligible (Adult) Students: This notification is to inform parents/guardians and former students of Big Hom County School District #2's intent to destroy the Special Education records of students who are no longer receiving Special Education services as of the end of the 2005.2006 school year. These records will be destroyed in accordance with state law unless the parent/guardian or eligible (adult) student notifies the school district otherwise. The records are no longer useful to the district, but they may be useful to the parent/guardian or former student in applying for Social Security benefits, rehabilitation services, college entrance, etc. The parent/guardian or (adult) student may request a copy of the records in writing or in person at the following address: Department of Special Education 325 West 9th St. Lovell, WY 82431 307-548-6563 Requests for copies must be received by Wednesday, February 15, 2012. 548"7021www.hyarttheater.com Alvin and the Chipmunks Rated G 87 minutes Friday, Jan. 13 7 pm Saturday, Jan. 14 3&7pm