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February 2, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Police Report Smoke near canal investigated The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Jan. 23 -30: Jan. 24: A Lovell business reported a doorframe broken during the mgn...he matter is under investigation. Jan. 25: Lovell police re- ceived a report of two win- dows broken at the elemen- tary school. The windows appeared to have been shot with a BB gun. Anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to call the Lovell Police de- partment. The matter is un- der investigation. " Lovell police respond- ed to a fight in progress. By the time they arrived, the fight was resolved. Jan, 27: A resident called to report an Xbox 360 sto- len. The matter is under in- vestigation. An employee of the Maverik gas station re- ported a white car drove off without paying. The matter is under investi- gation. Jan. 28: Lovell police were called to the scene of a loud verbal argument. No ar- rests were made. Jan. 29: A Lovell resident called to report that a per- son was at their home mak- ing threatening statements and refusing to leave. A criminal trespass order was issued and the individual was asked to leave. Sheriff&apos;s report Black powder pistol reported missing The Big Horn County der investigation. The owner of the horses Sheriffs Office received the  Sheriffs deputies were was contacted and the following calls for the week asked to check on the horses were put away. of Jan. 23 - 30: welfare of an elderly per- Jan. 29: Sheriffs deputies Jan. 23: A resident of son in Byron with health were asked to check on the Byron reported a black issues. Deputies found no welfare of a person who had powder colt pistol missing, one at the person's home. been involved in a domes- The matter is under inves- w- A resident of Cowley tic dispute. The subject was tigation, called to report a domes- contacted. Jan. 25: An abandoned ve- tic disturbance. Deputies  A resident of Frannie hicle was reported by a resi- investigated the matter called to report that she dent of Frannie. The vehicle and referred the matter had received harassing was towed, to CARES. text messages. Deputies Jan. 28: A resident of  A resident of Cowley spoke to the person send- Frannie called to report a called to report three ing the messages and the burglary. The matter is un- stray horses in the road. matter was resolved. Veterans outreach coming to Lovell A representative from the Wyoming Veterans Commission will conduct commu- nity outreach meetings in Big Horn Basin towns throughout February. Gerald Swan, the state veterans ser- vice officer, will meet with veterans and their families to discuss state and federal benefits, claims and healthcare. Veterans or family members who have questions about eligibility or need assis- tance in filing claims, obtaining benefits, training and education or medical treat- ment are encouraged to attend. The meetings are scheduled for the fol- lowing locations and dates: Worland - Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the Community Center, 1200 Culbertson Ave. Lovell -Thursday, Feb. 9, at the Lovell National Guard Armory, 360 E. 5th St. Thermopolis - Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the Hot Springs County Museum, 700 Broadway. Basin - Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Big Horn County Courthouse, 420 W. C St. All four meetings will take place be- tween 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. During periods of inclement weather, veterans are encouraged to check with the staff at the outreach locations to ensure the service officer will be available. Swan also will be available to meet with veterans and their families by appointment or home visit. To schedule a meeting, he can be reached at 307-250-3890. On the record in Big Horn County BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please cat| and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Kristine and Michael Henley at Billings Clinic on December 16, 2011 at 3:52 p.m., a baby boy, Garrett Todd Henley, weighing 4 Ibs. 12 oz. and at 4:02 p.m., a baby girl, Riley Eve Henley, weighing 4 Ibs. 14 oz. Grandparents are Todd and Robin Baxen- dale, Roy and Jaci Hooper of Lovell and Jeff Henley of England. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Richard C. Kline to 4JK, LLC; (Part) Lot 69H, 691T56N R96W Sheriff Deed: Big Horn County Kenneth Black- burn Sheriff to Deutsche Bank Nation- al Trust Company; Lovell Great Western Subdivision Lot 14, 15 Block A Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Tyler E. Ennis and Tanea Marie Ennis to Da- vid L. Garrett and Daniel L. Garrett; Lovell Cityview Addition Subdivision Lot 1, 2, 3, 4 Block 6 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Game recent- ly were: Richard C. Meng, 41, Wasta, SD, cracked windshield, fined $70 Vladislav Pigulko, 27,Columbus, OH, broken windshield, fined $70 Abby Hernandez, 47, no seat belt, fined $25 Amber D. Sponsel, 29, dog at large, fined $40 Lloyd E. Lampman, 63, Portage, WI, broken windshield, fined $70 Steven C. Hansen, 17, too fast for conditions, fined $70 Sharla M. McArthur, 30, dog at large, 2nd of- fense, fined $55 Jason L. Shaw, 36, dog at large, fined $40 For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: Audra S. Crouse, 44, Basin, 25 mph, fined $65 Jason A. House, 36, 25 mph, fined $65 John D. Nation, 57, 25 mph, fined $65 Vladislav Cazacu, 34, Roselle Park, N J, 25 mph, fined $65 Britt Lee Lohof, 48, 25 mph, fined $65 Dagny E. Revilla, 30, 29 mph, fined $170 Nicholas A. McCoy, 221 Powell, 25 mph, fined $65 Individuats are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Joshua D. Armstrong, possess controlled sub- stance-plant, 3 oz. or less, 3rd offense, fined $540, 1 year probation, 90 days in jail (65 days suspended) Travis L. Crawford, born in 1991, no registra- tion and improper display of tabs, fined $7O Robert Hincks, born in 1977, hunt, trap or fish on private land without permission, fined $220 April W. Nichols, born in 1985, fail to display li- cense plates or permits, fined $60 Jeremy J. Farrimond, born in 1982, no insur- ance, fined $420 ($200 suspended) Tamara K. Asay, born in 1966, speed too fast for conditions, fined $60 Eddie C. Downer, born in 1950, failure to yield, fined $60 Katherine N. Vanlake, born in 1986, no valid license, fined $110 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Nicanor Secundion Martinez, born in 1996, 45 mph, fined $120 For speeding in a 45 mph zone: Leslie K. Twomey, born in 1982, 63 mph, fined $148 Laura M. Conroy, born in 1991, 58 mph, fined $106 Dalton J. Jewell, born in 1995, 55 mph, fined $IOO For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Michael H. Leonhardt, born in 1964, 79 mph, fined $92 Mark Smith, born in 1951, 75 mph, fined $70 Charlyn M. Ferbrache, born in 1992, 77 mph, fined $76 Stuart A. Frost, born in 1969, 81 mph, fined $93 Darryl Lynn, born in 1979, 74 mph, fined $67 Jason S. Timmons, born in 1975, 77 mph, fined $76 Mary H. Mercado, born in 1944, 74 mph, fined $67 Branden C. Christiansen, born in 1987, 73 mph, fined $69 Please recycle this newspaper - t;#;*.,+ ') ) J,:l t Avoid unexpected falls and regain your independence today! Enjoy the benefits of a safe, therapeutic walk in bath and shower. 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Precip. 0.5" in 1988 Jet Stream Forecast for 02/06 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Friday 7:27 AM 5:28 PM i: i: " Sunday 7:25 AM 5:31 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http:llwww.crh.noaa.gov/riwhndex.htm %, / 2011 , ,,'.. 4ow=o, .. r " Po"we I Lovell ''. ,,%< +%++ " "Cody " '%' ......  "" ' 40s / 20s Basin ,,. +..%. . 40silOs ''.., ++,% .'. + ." +<,+40S / 2011 +lf "+'*+ +..++,,, ".., Worland , . :]K--" "' '' L Os / 10s "'++++- ,. ", Therrlrmo(l 2 .  Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - Increasing temperatures are expected " a a ,, through the weekend. High pressure will be the dominant feature with dry air and sunshine. River Basin River Basin Yellowstone National Park - Pleasant conditions are expected through much of the weekend. Temperatures Shoshone River 97% of normal Upper Yellowstone River 94% of normal will range from the 30's to 40's. Dry air and some sun. 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