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www.LovellChronicle.com April 15, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 17 BRAD DEVEREAUX Western Sugar maintenance supervisor Rob Johnson hands a helmet to Tommy Flood to signify WS's donation of helmets to little league teams in northern Big Horn County. WS made the donation of two helmets per team recently in an effort to promote safety in the community. BLM seeks input on proposed seismic survey The Bureau of Land Management is seeking in- put on a proposed seismic survey on public lands with- in portions of Big Horn, Na- trona, Park and Washakie counties. The University of Texas at E1 Paso (UTEP), as part of the National Sci- ence Foundation Earth- Scope Program, has applied for authorization to conduct seismic imaging in order to understand the mecha- nisms of formation of the Rocky Mountains. The proposed proj- ect would space seismic shot points at intervals of 20 to 50 miles along a line from 30 miles northwest of Casper to 10 miles north of Lovell. A second shot point line would run from 4 miles south of Cody to 25 miles east of Greybull. Detonation may be felt a few hundred yards from the shot point, producing a sound similar to muffled thunder. The proposed shot points and seismic record- ers would be located in quar- ries and borrow pits along rights of way for county, state and federal roads and mapped two-tracks where new surface disturbance would be minimized. Work is proposed to commence in the summer of 2010 and be completed within two to three months. The BLM will prepare an environmental assess- ment to analyze UTEP's proposed project. A scop- ing notice and map of the proposed project area are posted on the website at: www .blm.gov/wy/s t/erdinfo/ NEPA/wfodocs/utep.html. Public input is valuable early in the process and will enable the BLM to develop a well-informed EA, accord- ing to a BLM press release. Comments should be post- marked by May 1, 2010. Written comments may be emailed to: BighornDeep- Structure_WY@blm.gov or addressed to: UTEP Big- horn Deep Structure EA, BLM Worland Field Office, P.O. Box 119, Worland, WY 82401. For more information, contact Andrew Tkach at 307-347-5100 or at the email address above. Lovell and Rocky Middle schools announce third quarter honor rolls Lovell Middle School has announced students named to the honor roll for the 3 d quarter of the school year for exceptional grade point averages of 3.0 and above. HONOR ROLL (4.0 GPA) Jaclyn Caldwell, Sara Clark, Chel- by Lewis, Miranda May, Metya McAr- thur, Justin Mickelson, Quinn Lily Myers, Mykelle Nichols, Camille Ohman, Savanna Savage, Alex Sawaya, Ashley Steenbak- kers, Chase Tippetts, Hunter Tippetts and Masey Tippetts. SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL (3.62-3.99 GPA) Tori Aiken, Joey Bassett, McKay Bax- endale, Zeke Collins, Madison Harper, Brianna Harvey, Nyckalas Harvey, Nic Haskell, Katie Hoover, Caitlyn Lundberg, Amber Mayes, Charri McArthur, Chayli McArthur, Shawn Mollett, C J Murphey, Dylan Ohman, Kimberly Shumway, Ran- dy Walker, Colton Wardell and Brandon Wolvington. MERIT HONOR ROLL (3.0-3.61 GPA) Shandelle Allred, Stephanie Allred, Makaela Averett, Heather Bartling, Mi- chael Brightly, Emilee Bryson, Journee Burton, Kristen Cerroni, Ashleigh Cham- bers, Samantha Chambers, Cassandra Col- vin, Sloan Colvin, Brandon Dickson, Jessica Emmett, Erik Ferbrache, Alexis Fergu- son, Whitney Grant, Beau Green, Jordan Harper, Shya Hill, Lauren Hinckley, Re- bekah Iverson, Chase Johnston, Cortni Jol- ley, Richard Mangali, Morgan May, Calin McArthur, Andrew McCraney, Cole Men- cur, Aaron Monterde, Paul Montuy, Robert Nowak, Joel Pike, Jacob Price, Caira Put- nam, Chase Rasnussen, Emilee Reasch, Kassi Renner, Moriah Reynosa, Ethan Rob- ertson, Dillon Schneider, Isaac Schroed- or, Colby Sessions, Cassandra Smith, Ivy Smith, Michael Steiner, Lauren Stewart, Mikayla Thompson, Tyler Tillett, Daniel Wambeke, Alannah Wardell, Chance Wil- son and Jacob Winterholler. ROCKY MOUNTAIN Rocky Mountain Middle School has an- nounced students named to the honor roll for the second half of the school year for ex- ceptional grade point averages of 3.5 and above. 4.0 GPA Lacey Johnson, Jake Loyning, Rachel Rapp, Haley Stauffer and Kelly Vezain- Baugus; Casey Banks and Melissa Bern- hisel. 3.75-3.99 Xavier Mangus, Lori McCracken, Cassy Vezain-Baugus and Hannah Win- land; Denice Escalante, Sarah Jones, Jen- nifer Parker and Courtney Tyacke; Kaitlyn Hayes, Jamie Kite and Payton Thomas. 3.5-3.74 Charles Kawano, Haley Strom and Ma- rissa Wambeke; Bill Despain, Bailey Dug- an, Mikaela Hocker, Cannon Simmons and Kirby Winland; Afton George, Kelton Hen- nrich, Wes Homewood, Karl Kawano, Jar- ed May, Kelsea Mayfield and Sierra Scott. "i'm thinbing about buying my first home. Any advice?" Lovell Gun g officers ....... April 21 7 p.m. Annex Building, 5th Street, Lovell ips: $20 Ind., $30 Family, $250 Lifetime. 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Tryouts are April 20, 6 pm Lovell Elementary School gym Tryouts Dollies (ages 19+) Rockettes (ages 16-19) April 27, 6 pm Lovell Elementary School gym J Finally.,, A new program makes computers affordlbte, Act now to claim ".,our uew portabl computer loaded with progrnas used for email. ine,ret, mid web swl]ng etc. Great tr tudents. grandpar,.atts, and smaU businesses, These Windows powered PCs sell |2r up to $600 in sl:ores but thnugh this special program dl ntw and daim up to t,o f(r just one pavmcmt of S] 79 ech, Phone lines open today at 9am. When they're gone. they're gone! One Time Public Offer 1-877-774-3531 www.ubookpe,om *Hwe Vi,  Mtercrd Redy We have all you need for a hot meal or picnic! Impel A IqL  ldl Featuring ChesterFried and WondeRoast Chicken! Open: 8 am - 8 pm M0n.-Sat. 9 am - 6 pm Sunday. 9 E. Main, Lovell MINCHOW'S FOOD COURT 353 E. Main Lovell 548-7979 OPEN 11 am - 9 pm Mon.-Thurs. Fri. & Sat. 11 am - 10 pm Sunday 11 am - 8 pm RED EAGLE FOOD STORES 12 ....... ..... OUAUTY E)ON sv CE ..... i::::   GAS FOR LESS ........ :iiiii:: iii!::i ii! ii;i::: :i  !ii ......... w.t o, NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CENTER 757 Great Western Ave, Lovell M-F, 12 NOON TO 1:00 PM. No reservations required 60 + just $2.50 Non Seniors $4.75 Enjoy Delicious, Appetizing Meals f.AUC-ASIAN DINER Call 548-2781 to take out or cater your evenls or parties! ASIAN COMBOS Fr. $4.99 I AMERICAN CLASSIC COMBOS I Served w/rico & ponsit noodles + Sirloin Sleaks 8.99 o Bacon & Eggs 3.99 Beefhlcken-Pork-hrimp entrees Burgers, Salads, Kids Meals, etc. Log on to www.wvomingcda.com for the =5 Steps to Homeownership" Brought to you by: NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION The Board of Directors of the Northwest Rural Water District ("District") hereby gives notice that on Tuesday, the 4th day of May, 2010, between the hours of 12:00 o'clock noon at 6:00 o'clock p.m., an election will be held to fill two (2) upcoming va- cancies for four (4) year terms from Park or Big Horn County, Wyoming, on the District board of Directors. The names of all qualified candidates are as follows: Ann M. Ayers (4 year term) Walter G. Brantz (4 year term) A person is qualified to vote in person or by absentee ballot if they: are a U.S. citizen; are a bona fide resident of the District; will be at least eighteen (18) years of age on the day of the elec- tion; is a registered voter in the county in which they would be voting; are not currently adjudicated mentally incompetent; and have not been convicted of a felony, or if so convicted, have had their civil rights restored. District residents living in Park County may only vote at the Bar- ling Room, Park County Courthouse, 1002 Sheridan Avenue in Cody, Wyoming. District residents living in Big Horn County may only vote at the Big Horn County Lovell Annex, 355 E. 5th Street, in Lovell, Wyoming. Any District resident may vote by absentee ballot beginning April 9, 2010 u to 5:00 p.m. on May 4, 2010. Absentee ballots may be picked up or requested from the District office at 920 13th Street in Cody, Wyoming, (307) 527-4426. Absentee ballots will only be counted if they are received in the District office in Cody, Wyo- ming, by 5:00 p.m., May 4, 2010, or received at a voting location described above during voting hours. Within seven (7) days of the election, the election shall be can- vassed by a canvassing board drawn from the membership of the District and the District Secretary pursuant to Chapter 16 of the Wyoming Election Code of 1973, as amended, and W.S. 22-29-114. The canvassing board shall certify the returns of the election and file an abstract, which constitutes the certification of the canvassing board with the County Clerk for both Park and Big Horn Counties at the conclusion of the canvassing board meeting. The two (2) candidates receiving the most votes for each of the four (4) year terms shall be elected and shall assume office June 1, 2010. Jim Mentock, Secretary Northwest Rural Water District