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February 25, 2016 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 BY PATTI CARPENTER A power outage on Sat- urday affected service to 577 Rocky Mountain Pow- er customers in Frannie, Deaver, Cowley and even a few in rural Lovell. According to Rocky Mountain Power spokes- man Dave Eskelsen, a dis- tribution feeder "flashed over" (arched), tripping a breaker at the Frannie sub- station. He said workers found an insulator leading to an underground line had failed, automatically caus- ing the circuit breaker to trip, He said it was unclear what the root cause of the insulator's failure was. The outage began at 1:44 p.m. and workers were able to fully restore service to most customers by 4:24 p.m. Eskelsen noted that workers physical- ly checked the breaker as a safety measure after re- pairing the insulator. He said the faulty insulator was found fairly quickly, but it took some time to establish that the trans- former at the substation was safe before restoring power. During the nearly three hours of darkness, homes went dark, businesses came to a standstill and a basketball game at Rocky Mountain High School was interrupted. Sheriff'S report The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office re- ceived the following calls for the week of Feb. 15 - 22: Feb. 15: A motorist complained about a semi-truck driver following too close be- hind another vehicle in the Frannie area. The matter was referred to another agency. Feb. 18: Deputies responded to a domestic dispute in the Byron area. An incident where vandals appeared to have tampered with the tires on a vehi- cle parked in the Rocky Mountain High School parking lot is under investigation. Feb. 19: A large piece of plastic was report- edly creating a traffic hazard on Highway 310 near Lovell. A motorist reported a vehicle unable to maintain a lane of travel in the Deaver area. Deputies were unable to locate the vehicle. Feb. 20: A resident asked deputies to check on a residence in Deaver for an individu- al "known to steal things" who may be in the area. Deputies received a report of an incident that took place during a basketball game at Rocky Mountain High School where an individual adult allegedly threatened stu- dents. Feb. 22: A suspicious person was reported in the Dryhead area. Deputies were unable to locate the individual. Police Report The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Feb. 15 - Feb. 21: Feb. 17: A resident re- ported a suspicious per- son near her home. Police were unable to locate the individual. Feb. 18: A bartender re- ported concern for an in- dividual who had been drinking all day and was allegedly "getting out of control." The individual was escorted home. Feb. 20: An individual re- ported being threatened verbally by another indi- vidual. The matter is un- der investigation. Feb. 21: An intoxicated individual was escorted from a local business af- ter harassing others at the business. No arrests were made. A resident reported two dogs attacking her chickens. Feb. 21: A vehicle blocking access to a postal mailbox was reported. BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personal- ly report these births by contact- ing the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Ivy Koryne Smith and Reed Joseph McMillan T56N R96W, Cowley Ste- vens Memorial Estates Sub- division, Lots 20, 15, (Part) N2SW4 Sec. 32, T57N R96W. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- nicipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gains recently Billie R. Merkey, Sheridan, stop sign violation, 8115. Benjamin G. Smith, Grey- bull, bound over to district court for three counts ag- gravated assault and battery: pregnant woman; property destruction: under 81,000. at Powell Valley Healthcare were: Jolene M. Conner, Powell, on Feb. 15, 2016, at 1:41 a.m., Desaree Wimmler, Lovell,no seat belt: driver, 825. a baby boy, Ryder Iriving Mc- 25, seat belt violation, 825. Randy W. Rumpler, Glen- Millan, weighing 7 lbs. 4 oz. Brenda Silva, Lovell, 24, rock, pleaded guilty to tak- Grandparents are Robin and dog at large, 840. ing over limit big game/tro- Mark LeBlanc, Barbi Smith Lydia Ann Montanez, By- phy game/wild bison, 90 and Hugh Ferguson. ron, 47, failure to yield to days jail (90 suspended), 6 Born to Natalie and Lay- right of way, 860; expired months unsupervised pro- ton Severeide at Powell Val- driver's license, SilO. bation, fees and fines: 8290, ley Healthcare on Feb. 16, CIRCUIT COURT restitution: S3,000; pleaded 2016, at 9:23 a.m., a baby Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial guilty to a second count of girl, Kenzie Rose Severeide, Circuit Court in Big Horn County taking over limit big game/ weighing 6 lbs. 7 oz. before Judge Thomas Hardngton trophy game/wild bison, 90 DEEDS recently were: days jail (90 suspended), 6 Warranty deeds issued from the Brian Workman, born in months unsupervised pro- Big Hom County Clerk's office re- 1983, manufacture or deliver bation, fees and fines: 8290; centlywere: meth or narcotic controlled pleaded guilty to a third Ronda Thatch to Mel- substance - schedule I or II, count of taking over limit big anie Schmitt; Lovell Dillon bound over; use controlled game/trophy game/wild bi- & Black Subdivision, Lot 6, substance - schedule I, II or son, 90 daysjail (90 suspend- Block 2. III, bound over. ed), 6 months unsupervised Correction:Town of Cow- Tommy F. Langston, born probation, fees and fines: ley to Richard W. Parker and in 1946, reckless endanger- $500, restitution: 81,500. Toni R. Parker; Cowley Orig- ing, 1 year probation, 365 Daniel B. Robison, Og- inalTown, Lot 4, Block 5, Lot days in jail (364 suspended), den, Utah, stop sign viola- 1, BlocklO. court costs 8190; battery, 6 tion, $115. Keith C. Brimhall and months probation, 180 days Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Carol M. Brimhall to Gary D. in jail (179 suspended), court . Eric A. Heldt, Billings, Leonhardt and Kathy Leon- costs 8190. $153. hardt; (Part) SW4NE4 Sec.Amy Lopez, born in 1981, 32, Lot 3, T57N R96W. defraud drug and alcohol J & K Campbell Invest- test: manufacture, sale, etc. ments, LLC to Russell J. products with intent to de- Boardman and LesleyJ. fraud- 1st offense, 6 months Boardman; Sec. 19, Lots 2 probation, 180 days in jail - 7, SE4, S2NE4, E2SW4, Mark S. Welch, Cowley, S45. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Rogelio Ramirez Jr., born in 1993, 78 mph, 884. Kevin D. Anderson, Big Horn, Wyo., $76. (150 suspended). SE4NW4, SW4SW4 T58N Debbie Beard, born in Trudy L. Arnold, Daniel, R97W Sec. 20, SW4SW4, 1971, sell/furnish alcohol to Wyo., $73. T58N R97W. person under 21, 6 months Marshall L. Sigman, Correction: Nicholasprobation, 10 days in jail Rozet, Wyo.,867. Sponsel and Brittani Spon- (10 suspended), S440 ($400Rochelle C. Slight, Cody, sel to Nicholas J. Sponsel suspended). 882. and BrittaniJ. Sponsel; Cow- Anita S. Byrd, born in Rodney E. Workman, ley Stevens Memorial Es- 1971, sell/furnish alcohol to Sheridan, S70. tates Subdivision, Lots 18, 19, N2SW4 Sec. 32, T57N R96W. Linda R. Wombolt to Dylan Benson Banks and Rachel Marie Banks; Lovell Highland Subdivision, Lots 9, 10, Block 8. Quit Claim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's of- fice recently were: Marvin Grandalen to Marvin Grandalen - Trustee of the Marvin Grandalen Re- vocable Trust dated Decem- ber 5, 2014; (Part) Lots 108, 99, T56N R95W, (Part) Lot 102, T56N R96W, Sec. 07, Lot 3, T56N R96W, (Part) Lot 108, person under 21, 6 months probation, 10 days in jail (10 suspended), 8440 ($400 suspended). David G. Rodriguez, born in 1958, drive without inter- lock device - 1st offense, 6 months probation, 90 day in jail (83 suspended), 8390. Kelsey L. Colyar, Cody, no valid driver's license, $115. Shane M. Kannard, Lovell, expired or improper regis- tration, $115. Mandee R. Leonhardt, Lovell, window tint greater than 28 percent on side or back, $65. Dawn M. Lesley, Swan Valley, Idaho, 870. Drake W. Welch, Lovell, 897. Mackenzie N. McDonald, $73. Tavell L. Peete, Billings, S88. Star W. Hughston, Mc- Bain, Mich., $73. Julio C. Garay, Greybull, $88. Michelle L. Croft, Lovell, 8121. Travis L. Baker, Moroni, Utah, $84. Timothy M. Robinson, Edgemont, S.D., $75. The Bureau of Recla- mation's February forecast of the April through July runoff predicted for the Big Horn River Basin is as follows: Big Horn Lake - The Big Horn River April through af. Boysen Reservoir - Wind River April through July inflow to Boysen Res- ervoir is forecast at 350,000 acre-feet, which is 64 per- cent of the 30-year average of 548,300 af. is expected to be 300,000 acre-feet, which is 74 per- cent of the 30-year average of 405,400 af. An acre-foot is the amount of water needed to cover one acre (43,560 square feet) one foot deep July inflow to Big Horn Lake Bull Lake Reservoir - (325,851 gallons or 1,233.5 is forecast at 596,200 acre April through July snow- cubic meters). Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook feet, which is 54 percent melt runoff into Bull Lake For additional informa- of the 30-year average of Reservoir from Bull Laketion on Buffalo Bill, Boy- 1,114,300 af. Creek is expected to be sen and Bull Lake reser- Buffalo Bill Reservoir 110,000 acre-feet, which is voirs, contact Wyoming - Shoshone River April 80 percent of the 30-year Area Manager Carlie Ron- through July inflow.to Buf- average of 138,200 af. ca at 307-261-5671. For ad- falo Bill Reservoir is fore- Wind River - April ditional information on Big cast at 570,000 acre-feet, through July snowmelt Horn Lake, contact Mon- which is 83 percent of the runoff into the Wind Riv-tana Area Manager Steve 30-year average of 686,300 er above Bull Lake Creek Davies at406-247-7298. 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell, WY ~ ~1~ ~ ~ ~ ~ C~#Jl! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frida Meals are served daily from noon to 1 PM Call 548-6556 for home delivery before 10:30 AM Mon,-Fd. on the day you need the meal. March 7 Hamburger on wheat bun, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, hash browns, baked beans, pears March 1 Chicken strips, oven browned potatoes, mixed vegetables, bread, garden salad, cherryBetty & ice cream March 8 Country steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, apricots, bread Frannie Lunch Bunch March 2 BBQ beef on bun, ~iotato salad, carrots, me sunshine salad, banana March 9 Beef stew, roll, cottage cheese w/ peacfi half: raspberry oar, grape juice March 3 Buttermilk biscuit w/sausage gravy, hash bro~vnk lower sodium V-8, peaches & granola Bridge & Pinochle March 10 Taco, relish tray, salsa, refried beans, fluffy fruit cup Dominos March 4 Tater tot casserole, fruit, bread March 11 Beef pot pie, asparagus, tomato & cucumber salad, whole wheat bread, grapes March 14 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 18 Hot turkey sandwich, Corned beef, new mashed potatoes, potatoes, cabbage & gravy, spinach, spring carrots, shamrock salad, pineapple sugar cookie, rye bread upside down cake Chili, cheese stick, garden bounty salad, cinnamon roll, California vegetables Lasagna, Italian vegetables, French bread, tossed green salad, melon cup Bridge & Pinochle Potato crusted cod, rice pilaf, carrot coins-, French bread, fruit cup March 21 March 22 March 23 March 24 March 25 Pork wings, roasted red potatoes, brussels sprouts, garden bounty salad, blueberry crisp Dominos Chicken & noodles, spinach, fruity slaw, whole wheat bread, pears Roast beef, mashed potatoes w/gravy, carrots, whoIe wheat bread, German coleslaw, pineapple Betty Birthday Party Frannie Lunch Bunch French dip sandwich, potato salad, grape Nice, banana, vanilla ice cream March 28 March 29 March 30 March 31 Sweet & sour meatballs, pasta, green beans, whole wheat bread, citrus i Salisbury steak, ! mashed potatoes, ] carrots, seasonal fruit, whole grain bread Bridge & Pinochle fruit salad, spinach salad Stuffed green peppers, mashed potatoes, 49-er salad, whole wheat bread, Ham & beans, corn bread, fruit salad, sherbert GOOD FRIDAY apricot crisp LOVELL DRUG 164 E. Main CENTER CLOSED Meal Prices: $2.50 suggested donation for SAMS registered people over 60 and accompanying spouses, $5 for all others Menu is subject to change due to availability of items, ....... ....... lospital istrict 70 E. Main 307-548-5200 www.nbhh.corn 307-548-7120 307-548-7231 Big Horn County Long Thursday Mostly Sunny Precip Chance: 5% 51 / 26 Friday Sunny Preclp Chance: 0% 56 / 29 Saturday Mostly Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 57 / 33 Range Forecast Sunday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 20% 52 / 30 Monday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 20*/. 52 / 28 Thursday we will see mostly sunny skies with a high temperature f 51' humidity f 31% Suth wind 5 t 8 mph Expect partly '~:~ '7~ ~[~+~:~ ~"~ i cloudy skies Thursday night with an overnight low of 26. Light i,i,~.:~,:.~, 57/~ 2 [ winds. Friday, skies will be sunny with a high temperature of 56, .... %%~.,,~. ss/~ .. .%.~%,,a~"%~'~ I humidity of 32%. South wind 5 to 8 mph. . ..-%~. .~-,~,. PO~II Love. "" ; ~. 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