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The Lovell Chronicle, February 21, 2008, page 5 MILTON ONTIVEROZ Although she signed with the Cowgirls in November, Lovell basketball standout Kristen Scheffler finally made her "official visit" to the UW cam- pus with parents Dave and Lori over the weekend. Here, she chats with Cowgirl senior Hanna Zavecz (left) and head coach Joe Legerski following Wyoming's 60-32 win over Air Force Saturday afternoon. By Brenda TenBoer the Greybull Police Depart- 110 percent," Blackburn The Big Horn County ment in March. The ad- said. "We are looking at Sheriffs Office has hired a dition of Baird means the possible options for K-9 part-time Lovell police offi- GPD will be fully staffed, Rex while Tim is gone." cer to fill an opening on the with five police officers, for The length of time Met- force, the first time. re will need to devote to Jeff Angell, a certified Deputy Thomas Knick-military activities at this peace officer, also workederbocker, also from thepoint is uncertain, he said, until recently at a Lovellnorth end, has accepted a but"it is a load offmy mind bentonite plant, accordinghigher-paying job as a po- knowing the Sheriff is sup- to Sheriff Ken Blackburn. lice officer in Saratoga. portive." "He has been working "We wish them well,""Tim will return to for us part-time for the past Blackburn said. this office when he is able two months or more and is Another hole in the to," Blackburn said. "He trained on both the north BHCSO will be created has indicated to me that and south end," Blackburn when K-9 handler Depu- he will retire in Big Horn said about the new hire. ty Tim Metro leaves forCounty." "He's a pretty amiable guy. an unspecified amount of Two openings for pa- We thank Lovell for shar- time. Metro is a Sergeant trol deputies in the north, ing him." First Class in the 2-300th and one in the south end Angell was the first field artillery platoon of the of the county, remain to law enforcement officer toNational Guard. He was be filled, not counting the respond to the five-fatality recently activated to take temporary vacancy left by car wreck on Jan. 17 and part in training exercis- Metro, but Blackburn said proved his skills as an offi- es at the National Guard he has leads on some excit- cer on that call, Blackburn training camp at Guernsey ing prospects. said. and other places. He first "We put out an opening Two other deputies will joined the Guard during his announcement two days leave the BHCSO at the senior year in high school ago and have already had a :,end of this mvntl ito take and now has 18 years of:fantastic response with 15 law enforceme vbs else-service under his belt.applicants, including seven vhere, including deputy "The county fully sup- certified peace officers," he Bryan Baird, who will joinports the National Guard, said. The following calls were received by Feb. 14: A Cowley resident reported the Big Horn County Sheriffs Dept. inthat his girlfriend/fiancee left with their the north end of Big Horn County for the child for Park County yesterday, and he week of Feb. 11-19, 2008: had not seen or heard from her since. 2 VIN checks Deputies provided the man phone num- 1 citizens assist bers for Park County agencies and told 2 trainings him to call back with any updates. 3 traffic complaints Feb. 15: A Lovel l woman reported 1 suspicious incident that a small dog bit her husband and 1 agency assist asked if she should take him to the hos- 1 alcohol offense pital. Deputies informed the woman that 11 paper services the Sheriffs office does not give medical 1 animal ordinance violation advice, but could investigate the incident. 2 traffic stops An investigation was conducted concern- 1 suicide attempt/threat ing the dog's rabies status. Feb. 12: A north-end citizen com- Feb. 18: A citizen of North Big Horn plained of a speeding motorist, traveling County reported an overdose of pills to at 70 or 80 mph and driving erratically, the Lovell Police Department and depu- Deputies contacted the vehicle south of ties were contacted. Officers later found Cowley and determined the driver was out that someone played a joke on the re- not intoxicated and was not speeding at porting party and there was no overdose. the time of contact. Deputies notified the Deputies were not impressed with the driver of the traffic complaint, joke. Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook BIRTHS dred S. Asay Trust to Robert Good and We are interested in printing the births elf Debora Good; Lovell City View Addition North Big Horn County babies. Please calll Part Lots 17 and 18, Block 6 and personally report these births by con,- George E. Norton to Trustee George Earl Nor- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. ton, The George E. Norton Revocable L/v- Born to Alicia and Mitchell Grant at the Powelll ing Trust dated January 31, 2008; Lovell Valley Hospital on Feb. 11, 2008 at 10:35 Highland Addition Lots 1-3, Block 2 a.m a baby boy, Tegan Ryne weighing 7 George E. Norton, Trustee George Earl Nor- Ibs. 9 oz. His grandparents are Lisa and ton, The George E. Norton Revocable Hart Grant. Trust dated January 31,2008; Lovell, Bur- Born to Samantha M Hernandez at the Powelll lington Addition Lots 4, 5, 6 (Part), Block Valley Hospital on Feb. 12, 2008 at 2:36 3 a.m a baby girl, Serenity Marie weigh.- James F. Scott to James F. Scott to Gloria M. ing 7 Ibs. 11 oz. Her grandparents are Scott; Twp. 57N R. 96W. Sec. 30: SE- Michael and Sandy Wilson of Byron and 4NE4 (Part) John Hernandez of Gillette; Great-grand- MUNICIPAL COURT parents are Gladys McNeil of Lovell, Sal- Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court ly and Boyd Wilson of Cowley and Lupe before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Hernandez of Powell. Levi J. Kary, 18, careless driving, fined $110 Born to Jeanna and Joe Wassmer at the Powell Nicholas A. Mancini, 27, 29 mph in a 20 mph Valley Hospital on Feb. 14, 2008 at 11:58 zone, fined $96 p.m a baby boy, Cash Grant weighing 8 R/Ida Brost, 47, no dog tags, fined $30 Ibs. 2 oz. His grandparents are Jon and Ethan T. Brost, 18, Failure to yield to children Debbie Wassmer and the late Grant and at crosswalk, fined $60 Patty Sanders, great-grandmothers are For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Erminie West and Shirley Wassmer.Terrel J. Hopkin, 49, 47 mph, fined $118 DEEDS Ryan T. Parks, 28, 45 mph, fined $110 Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn JamesA. Bartell, 59, 54 mph, fined $146 County Clerk's office recently were: Janell Boyd, 26, 48 mph, fined $122 Joseph D. Bunch, Laura M. Bunch, Ricky L. Olivia R. Perry, 32, 48 mph, fined $122 Bunch, and Amy A. Bunch to William P. Ireane M. Kellogg, 26, 40 mph, fined $90 Twoney and Gloria J. Twoney; Twp. 56N Terry S. Funk, 51, 41 mph, fined $94 R. 97W. Sec. 01: Part, Sec 02 Part, Sarah N. Morrison-Turner, 26, 45 mph, fined Tracts 42-C,F (Parts) $110 West Park Hospital District, Wyoming Govern- CIRCUIT COURT mentalEntity, ChiefExecutiveOfficerDoug Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit McMillan to Randy W. Townsend; Twp Court in Lovell before Judge Robert Skar 57N R. 97W. Sec. 32: NE4SW4(Part]) recently were: Part Farm Unit G Marjorie Brinkerhoff, 48, no seat belt, fined Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Herin $25 County Clerk's office recently were: For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Mildred S. Asay, Trustee Mildred S. Asay, M/l- Denelle Mabe, 21, 80 mph, fined $85 The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Feb. 12- 18, 2008: 6 animal control calls 10 agency assists 1 harassment report 6 citizen assists 2 fingerprinting requests 1 fraud report 4 VIN inspections 2 traffic stops with warnings 1 burglary report 1 suspicious incident 2 accidents 2 civil standbys 6 traffic stops with citations 1 prisoner transport 1 theft report Feb. 16: LPD received an accident re-- port of a car sideswiping another car in Lovell. Dylan Banks was written a citation for improper lane change and there were no injuries. Feb. 18: An unknown person called from out of town requesting assistance in locating a lost dog. eA Lovell officer responded to the scene of a two-vehicle accident in Lovell, in which Scotty Norris sideswiped a parked vehicle in his Chevrolet pickup. Florence Martin was the driw gfthe parked Honda minivan and Was w. tt a citation for an improperly parked ve cl'e. There were no injuries. eLPD received a report of a drug over- dose outside of Lovell. Lovell dispatch con- tacted the Sheriffs office before receiving a call that there was no overdose and the sub- ject in question was all right. Discount Estate Side-by-Side Appliance Refrigerator APPLIANCE SALE Frigidaire Dishwasher Price Powell: 221 N. Bent Street 754-1012 Cody: 556 Yellowstone Ave. 587-4986 Repair, Parts: Toll-free 1-888-223-7051 Delivery available. See store for details. Hours: M-F: 9:30-5:30 Sat 9-3 I~ [~ {~ Other financing available. Chest Freezer Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Mostly sunny 45/18 Friday More clouds, but likely dry 40 / 20 Saturday Scattered clouds 41 /19 Sunday Clouding up, snow at night 47 / 22 Monday Cooler with snow 31/17 Some moisture from the west will move into the region for the end ,of this work and school week. Any snowfall through Saturday, however, will be very light ~i':~'~ ~"" "~ ~ 40s I 10s' : : and likely stay in and around the mountains, Then a larger Pacific storm system Lovell " ~,",~ ~ ~: 4Oa 10s , will move in on Sunday and Monday. It will bring in mixed rain end/or snow ~ Powell switchShowers at first. Then once the colder air moves in, the mixed showers willto snow. .: ~,%. i ~4(s~'~d' Y20s~ '~eas n ~'~ "'0/ ~ 40s / 10s "" ;l/mate Almanac Normals for 2/21 to 2/27 Lovell Greybull " 40s 110s :: 42 OAvora, : -,Os,lO Record High/Low 71 n 1962. -18 in 2003 Record HghLLQw 65 in 1999, -17 in 2003 . ~ ~:, -, ~,~ Worland 0i05" Average Pte~p 0~07" ~%, 40s / 20s Record 24hr. Precip. 0.22" in 1996 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.25" in 2000 :ii:iI Thermopoll Jet Stream Forecast for 2/25 Sunrise & Sur=set ~ o SunriseSunset ~ : . Friday 7:04 AM'!~PM5:51 PM ,~,-~ Sst~rd~ ~ 02 AO5 52~M Sunday 7:01 AM 5:54 PM ~, VARIABLY CLOUDY, BETTER ,~::::%~ CHANCE FOR DEVELOPING Tuesday 6:57 AM 5:57 PM SNOW ON SUNDAY ;Wednesday 6i56~ 5!58~ Recreation Outlook National Weather Service Forecast=: Big Horn Lake - Clouds will be on the increase this weekend, but http:llwww.crh.noaa.govlriwliindex.htm conditions will stay mainly dry. If you are traveling late Sunday, =. . ". however, there may be a few snow showers River Basin River Basin Yellowstone National Park - Moisture from the west will start to Big ;9',3% ~0~ move in for the weekend. What will start out as a few flurries late Shoshone River 96% of normal Upper Yellowstone River 11,4% of normal Saturday will switch to scattered snow shower activity late Sunday Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular:: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains- VadaNy to partly cloudy skies are on tap for Road and Travel on the web- http:lh#ydotweb.state,wy.us/weblhlghwayAe}xt road.html the weekend, as are mainly dry conditions While traveling late F t prepared by:DayVCeath r, Inc. Cheyenne, WY 82001 Sunday, h f h y start to develop. www.daywmather.com WEATHER JOURNAL" D te H Prec. I .00 I .00 [ i 38 1t Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by 9 EEast Main, Love, Wyoming