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www.LovellChronicle.com January 20, 2011 I The Lovell Chronicle 15 DAVID PECK The Western Sugar factory hard at work created a misty scene on a frigid January afternoon recently. A record-setting campaign is scheduled to wrap up next week. Sugar beet tonnage set a record this year. Contraceptive plan released for Pryor horses BY BRAD DEVEREAUX The Bureau of Land Management announced in December that the Pry- or Mountain Wild Horse Range Fertility Control En- vironmental Assessment had been completed and is currently in effect. After receiving and in- corporating public com- ments into the document, the BLM released the EA that outlines a five-year plan to manage the Pryor herd using PZP, a lab-made contraceptive delivered by dart. The plan calls for the BLM to use the PZP contra- ceptive on mares ages 2, 3 and 4. Once a mare reaches 5 years old, she will be al- lowed to reproduce freely until she reaches 10 years old. All mares age 10 and older are darted every year to keep them from reproduc- ing. Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center Director Matt Dillon said he is happy with the way the document turned out, and said the BLM did incorporate some. of the mustang center's corn- ments into the final version. Other groups and individu- als, including Ginger Kath- rens and the Cloud Founda- tion, are against using PZP on the herd. Dillon said the advan- tage of using contraceptive darting methods to con- trol the population is that it eliminates the need for large-scale ,helicopter round- ups like the one that was held near Lovell in 2009. View the plan at the BLM's Billings Field Office web site, http://www.blm. gov. Players needed to face Harlem Ambassadors BY BRAD DEVEREAUX er will pay $100, or find a fessional or college team. Up to 20 basketball sponsor to donate the men- He reminds participants players are needed to form ey. What promises to be an that the contest is "just for a team and play against exciting game between the fun," but also a great fund- the Harlem Ambassadors, local Rose City Trotters raiser for important causes. On record tn Big Horn County BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Shelly and Carl Schultz at the Powell Valley Hospital on January 14, 2011 at 9:41 a.m., a baby boy, Treylon Walker Schultz, weighing 8 Ibs. 4 oz. Grandparents are Ron and JoAnn Walker of Lovell and Dwayne and Arlene Schultz of Cody. Great-grand- parents are Dean and Rebecca Walker of Lovell. Born to Misty and Chris Siebert at the Pow- ell Valley Hospital on January 15, 2011 at 9:17 p.m., a baby boy, Emerick Logan Sie- bert, weighing 7 Ibs. 9 oz. Grandparents are Pam Felt and Steve Wickwire of Lovell, Frank and Joann Siebert of Lovell and Mike Felt of Powell. Born to Todd and Cathrine Herman at the Pow- ell Valley Hospital on January 17, 2011 at 8:15 a.m., a baby girl, Victoria Mae (Torree) Herman, weighing 6 Ibs. 13 oz. Grandpar- ents are Vicki Bangart and Rocky Bangart, Neda and Nick Herman. Great-grandmoth- ers are Betty Steinmetz and Mary Bangart. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Kenneth G. Blackburn, Big Horn County Sher- iff to Federal National Mortgage Asso- ciation; Lovell Original Town, (part) Lot 3, Block 9 A & H Consulting, Inc. by Scott Hecht, V.P. to NIF'OTEO, LLC; Lovell Original Town, (part) Lot 1, Block 16 Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mortgage Association to Charles Brightly and Cheryl Brightly; Byron Original Town, (part) Lot 1, Block 12 Ronald Rex Moody, Dixie R. Moody, Francis Lee Moody, Joann Moody, Larry Wayne Moody to Greg B Hess and Tracy Hess aka Tracy L. Hess; Lovell Original Town, (part) Lot 4, Block 7 James E. Paben and Charlene M. Paben 'to Scottie Thomas Ayotte, Jr. and Kallie Sara Ayotte; (part) Lot 99C, T56N, R96W Bruce W. Frederick to Edward Rodriguez and Carmen Dickson; Lot 60, (part) SW4NW4, Sec. 11, T56N, R95W NeVille Family Trust Dated October 22, 1986 by Edwin Denney NeVille, Successor Trustee to Joseph F. Wassmer and Jeanna Wassmer; Byron Original Town, (part) Lot 3, Block 13 Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: James H. Grisham and Veleria B. Grisham to Randall L. Davis, Regena M. Davis, James H. Grisham, Veleria B. Grisham; (part) Lot 42C and 421:, T56N, R97W Edward Rodriguez and Carmen Dickson to Carmen Dickson and Jeremy Dickson; Lot 60, (part) SW4NW4, Sec. 11, T56N, R95W New rules for access to court records Chief Justice Marilyn S. Kite released a state- ment Tuesday regarding the Order Adopting Rules Governing Access to Court Records and the Order Adopting Rules Govern- ing Redactions from Court Records. The Wyoming Supreme Court has been working with clerks, attor- neys and court reporters for more than two years on these orders, with the or- ders becoming effective on January 1, 2011. records to third party ben- eficiaries," Kite said. She provided several ex- amples of private businesses using court information for financial gain: credit agen- cies sell court information to banks, collection agen- cies use court information to acquire an assignment of rights to judgments to take action against judg- ment debtors, newspapers ask for information of inter- est to the public and which they are used to getting in quests. "The Wyoming Supreme Court may determine that all state courts should pro- vide certain standard week- ly reports, but that decision has yet to be determined and the work to gather in- formation for that deci- sion is ongoing," Kite said. "We ask for the public's pa- tience as we iron out the is- sues involved in moving to a new procedure for court records." The Order Adopting a professional basketball team that knvs( how to put.on a spect,ular show while delivering a posi- tive message. Each play- er pays to be a part of the team with proceeds going to fund Drug Abuse Resis- tance Education and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Horn County. Lovell Police Officer Randy Davis said each play- and the Harlem Ambassa- dors of Fort Collins, who. are known for their trick shots and unique skills on the court, will be held Sat- urday, March 19, at 7 p.m. at the Lovell High School Gym. Tickets will be avail- able at retail locations pri- or to the game. Davis said players must be 19 or older and cannot be a part of any pro- The D,A.R.E. program has Chief Justice Kite ex- no other fudin= in niece, plained that althopgh there .... : ........ ......... " were many things that the for the future and the Big Court Records and Redac- Brothers Big Sisters pro- gram is currently being re- vitalized in the county. Volunteers are also needed to help out during and after the event. For more information or to sign up as a player, sponsor or volunteer, con- tact Davis at 548-2215. Windows smashed, iPods missing w- The LPD is investigating a scale that was report- ed found in the back of a Lovell resident's truck while parked at his resi- dence. The man reported that someone had placed the scale in the back of his pickup and the incident is under investigation. The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Jan. 11-18, 2011: Jan. 16: The LPD received a report of the back window of a vehicle being shattered. Officers gathered informa- tion from the vehicle's own- er and were notified that two iPods were missing from the glove box of the vehicle. Jan, 17: A Lovell officer wrote a citation for breach of peace to a resident of a Lovell apartment com- plex who was harassing his neighbors and threatening to hit them while they were out shoveling snow. tion Orders were meant to accomplish, the main goal was two-fold: 1) to provide a process whereby the su- preme court could manage its limited clerk resources; and 2) to remove personal identifiers such as social se- curity numbers and dates of birth from the court records to protect Wyoming citizens against identity theft when the court moves to e-filing and court records are on the world wide web. "It is astounding the number of records requests that the clerks of court re- ceive from private business- es who are selling compiled information from the court Road blockage leads deputies to MIPs The Big Horn County Sheriffs Department re- ceived the following calls for the week of Jan. 10-17, 2011: Jan. 12: Deputies and Big Horn County Search and Rescue assisted Sheridan County Search and Rescue to locate a group of three snowmobilers who were missing in the Big Horn Mountains. A friend reported the three people overdue at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12. About 40 volunteers from Sheridan and Big Horn counties and a search plane were deployed to help in the search. The south BHCSAR team made it to the lost snowmobilers first, locating them about 60 miles away from their vehicle. They had become stuck in the snow and had built a fire to keep warm. ,r Deputies received a re- port of a Lovell area woman receiving harass- ing text messages from a family member. Jan. 17: Ronald A. Beddes, 64, was arrested on a Big Horn County warrant and transported to jail in Basin. Jan. 15: Deputies stopped at a Byron residence because a vehicle parked there was partially blocking traffic. Af- ter making contact with the driver of the vehicle and ask- ing him to move it, the driv- er fled in his vehicle from the scene. Deputies made contact with the renter of the home and asked every- one inside to come outside. The group included several minors in possession of al- cohol. Deputies wrote MIP citations to four underage subjects and will write a ci- tation for furnishing alcohol to minors in the near future, according to Sheriff Ken Blackburn. After leaving the scene, deputies learned that there was a minor female still in- side underneath a blanket and reports have been for- warded to the County Attor- ney's Office for possible ad- ditional charges. Climate Almanac Normals for 01/20 to 01124 Recreation Outlook Have a news t Contact us at the Lovell Chronicle ... 217 or email Icnews@tctwest.net a certain form, and manu- faCturers such as,ignition interlock compli.es seek DUI records to send mass mailings to offenders. "The Court certainly wants to provide reason- able access to court records, but at the same time we must remain focused on the limited court resources to accomplish the work of the Wyoming Judiciary, instead of spending our resources doing the work of private business", Kite said. She said that under the Court Records Order, Rule 12 provides a process by which individuals or or- ganizations can request compiled information from the supreme court, and the Court currently is work- ing on several Rule 12 re- Rules Governing Access to Court Records and the :Or-.". der Adopting Rules Gov erning Redactions from Court Records can be found on the Wyoming Supreme Court's website at: http:// www. courts, state.wy, u s/ CourtRules/CourtRulesOr- ders.aspx. "One additional factor," Kite said, "that should al- leviate some of the concern is the fact that the Court is in the process of rolling out a new program for pub- lic records searches via the use of public terminals. Al- though the Court hopes to have public terminals in all of the circuit courts in the first half of 2011, budget- ary constraints and limited court personnel may create some delays." Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Partly cloudy and cold 251 16 Friday Increasing clouds 34 / 22 ;11 | [*] II ' I ;--;-I l]lri i roT: Saturday Snow showers 281 12 An active weather pattern will continue for northwestern Wyoming and the central and northern Rocky Mountain region. Temperatures will bounce between colder than average and average readings. Passing disturbances will also then continue to produce periods of mostly light snowfall, especially so for lower elevations. Lovell Greybull  H!g 30/4 Average Hlct : 3215 Recd[d Hih/Lo w 60 n !950, :40 in !924 Redid High/LQw 55 in 2005, :32 in 2008 Ave ecp, 0:05 Avem P Record 24hr. Precip. 0.31" in 1963 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.42" in 1963 Jet Stream Forecast for 01/24 Sunrise & Sunset sunrise sunset Y 7:40 AM 5;10PM Friday 7:39 AM 5:11 PM Satuay 7:38 S.'2  Sunday 7:37 AM 5:14 PM MO 7i3 AM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm Sunday Clearing skies 32111 Monday Partly cloudy 33 / 20 vLrt=J' :(= t [ loll] i [o[o]: Big Horn Lake - Rather chilly this weekend with snow " " e a . , . . showers possible on Saturday. Generally dry conditions and clearing skies Sunday. River Basin River Basin Hm iv '1% of norma W'd River n elnctme[ Yellowstone National Park - Cold temperatures and brisk Shoshone River 107% of normal Upper Yellowstone River 121% of normal winds for this weekend. Look for snow showers as well  River '124% of normal Madison Headwaters 1t4%0f }1o on Saturday, a few to several inches possible. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - The weekend will start out with Road and Travel on the web- hnp://wydotweb.Mate.wy.uedweb/hlghway/text road.html snow showers and end with mostly dry conditions. A ,o,,t ,r.,,. : DayV/eathcr, Inc. Cheyenne. WY 82001 few inches of new snow is possible. www.osyweether.com WEATHER JOUL Date H L Prec. Jan, 12 12 -10 .00 Jan. 13 38 -3 ,00 ,Ja, 14 35 23 .00 Jq5 36 16 .00 an6 40 28 ,00 Janl 17 41 2t ,00 Jan. 18 36 17 ,00 Big Horn Lake level Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by Red Apple 9 East Main, Lovell. Wyoming