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April 17, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 PATti CARPENTER The Lovell Volunteer Fire Dept. held a barbecue fundraiser for the Muller and Mangus families, who are suffering hardship due to medical expenses. The firemen raised enough money to donate $4,500 to each family. Fire Chief Jim Minchow (left) met with Steve Muller, Brandon Mangus, Greg Rael, Bob Mangus and Kevin Jones to exchange the funds. BY PA'n'I CARPENTER under his overturned snowmobile. He did Martin Wilson Lowe, 50, of Fruit not appear to be breathing. CPR was ad- Heights, Utah, died in a snowmobile ac- ministered at the scene in an attempt to re- cident on Sunday near Porcupine Creek store his breathing, but was unsuccessful. Road in the Big Horn Mountains. Lowe Search and rescue volunteers, sheriffs was out snowmobiling with friends while deputies and an ambulance were called to visiting the area. The incident happened the scene, which according to Blackburn on Sunday at around i0 a.m., according to was not far from a place commonly used Sheriff Ken Blackburn. for parking by snowmobile riders at a point Lowe was riding in a group toward the where Highway 14A is no longer main- back of the group, Blackburn said. When tained during snow conditions. Blackburn the others in his party noticed he was no said emergency personnel found Lowe not longer riding behind them during the ex- breathing with what appeared to be major cursion, a group of three backtracked on injuries. He was pronounced dead at the their snowmobiles and found Lowe lying scene. Sheriff's report Sunday reliever on icy road near Byron The Big Horn County phone calls. The matter is ditions. No injuries were Sheriffs Office received the under investigation, reported. The accident is following calls for the week April 12: A resident of Cow- under investigation. of April 7- 14: ley reported hearing what Sheriffs deputies re- April 8: A resident of Deaver sounded like gunshots, sponded to a report of reported receiving scam Deputies were unable to a snowmobile accident phone calls, locate the source of the that took place near the Sheriffs deputies inves- sounds, road closure point on tigated a report of ille-April 13: Sheriffs deputiesHighway 14A West. The gal trash dumping near responded to a rollover ac-driver of the snowmobile Lovell Lakes. cident on Highway 14A was pronounced dead at April 11: A resident of Byron west of Byron during ear- the scene (see related complained about obscene ly morning icy road con- story onpage 1). Police Report Numerous incidents keep police busy The Lowell Police De-driver left the scene of the wound. The matter .is un, partment received the fol, accident. Monica Rivera der investigation. lowing calls for the week of was cited for failing to re- A resident reported that April 7 - 14: port the accident, his credit card was used April 8: Lovell Police re- a Police responded to an without his authoriza- sponded to a domestic dis- individual threatening tion following an online pute. One of the parties was suicide. The individual purchase. issued a no trespass order, was referred to medical Police received reports A resident of Lowell re- assistance and profes- of a suspicious man pan- ported receiving a checksional counseling, handling in front of a lo- and a scam letter stating April 11: Police responded cal business. They were he won the lottery, to a report of an individual unable to locate the indi- a Police responded to anconsidering suicide. It was vidual. individual threatening determined that the person An individual running suicide. The individual changed his mind. down an alley was re- was referred to medical April 13: Police respond-ported to police. The in- assistance and profes- ed to a domestic incident, dividual was contacted sional counseling. Daniel Short was arrestedand did not appear to be April 8: Police responded to for battery on a household doing anything illegal. a complaint of a possible member. sexual offense. The report- Police responded to an *The calls listed above ing individual withdrew individual threateningwere received by the Lowell the complaint, suicide. The individual Police Department. Persons April 9: Police responded to was referred to medical arrested are presumed in- a domestic dispute. A crim- assistance and profes- nocent until proven guilty inal trespass order was sionalcounseling, in a court of law, and issued. April 14: A man was found charges made upon initial April 10: A Lowell resident dead in his apartment arrest may be amended or reported that her vehicle of what appeared to be dismissed as determined by was hit by a driver and the a self-inflicted gunshotthe County Attorney. Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Recreation )utlook April 29, 2014 Ken Ferbrache, MPAS, PA-C will be checking bumps, lumps, moles, growths and other skin abnormalities for only =10! MPAS, PA-C Call North Big Horn Hospital Clinic, 307-548-5201, to schedule your appointment. to i a,l istricr HOSPITAL CLINIC I~1 Find us on www.nbhh.com l| Facebook in Big y BIRTHS Sessions Trust Dated March 14, 2013; Big Horn We are Interested in printing the births of North County Taggart Subdivision, Lot B Big Horn County babies. Please call and person-CIRCUIT COURT ally report these births by contacting the Chronicle Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in at 548-2217. Lowell before Judge Thomas Harrington recently Born to Kathrine and Derek Tippetts in Spring- were: field, MO, on April 6, 2014, a baby girl, Olivia Marie. Ralph H. Louis, Greybull, no required vehicle reg- Grandparents are Jamie and Sandi Wamock and istration, fined $110 Shawn and Pauline Tippetts of Lowell. Great-grand- Amanda J. Norris, Powell, speeding too fast for parents are Keith and Helen Kay Grant of Lowell conditions, fined $60 and Thomas Arel of Denver. Lensey L. Stanger, Cody, failing to provide proof Bom to Aston and Guy Grant in Cody on April of liability insurance, fined $200 8, 2014, a baby boy, Tyce Joseph Grant weighing Jimmie H. Fuller, driver's record of duty status 71bs. 5oz. Grandparents are Larry and Connie Dick- not current, fined $60 inson of Thermopolis, Keith and Helen Kay Grant Amanda Lee Soils, Powell, speeding to fast for of Lowell and Randy and Georgia Rutschke of Cody. conditions, fined $60 Great-Grandmother is Kay Lyman of Lowell. grin Bassett, Burlington, failing to drive vehicle Bom to Sugar and Leo Middleton at Powen Val- within a single lane, fined $60 ley Healthcare on April 22., 2014, at 4:26 p.m. a Wade Austin, Basin, no seat belt: driver, fined baby girl, Sonia Honey Rose Middleton weighing $25 51bs. 13oz. Grandparents are Joe and Marcia Walk- Beatrice T. Hoffman, speed exceeding 30 mph er of Powell, Cork and Euginia Stitt of Grass Valley, in urban district, fined $132 CA, and Greg and Mary Middleton of Powell. Megan M. Mangus, no child safety restraint sys- MARRIAGES tem, first offense, fined $50; no valid driver's li- Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn Coun- cense, fined $:[20 ty Clerk's office recently were: Brandon Black, Basin, bound over to district Royden Jones of Otto and Elizabeth Jones of court on burglary charge Billings Debbie Boyce, Greybull, no seat belt: driver, DEEDS fined $25; no valid driver's license, fined $120 Warranty deeds issued from the Big Hem County Stashia E Ruffing, Worland, expired/improper Clerk's office recently were: registration, fined $115 Jaguar, Inc. to David Banks and Michelle Banks; Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Cowley Original Town Subdivision, (Part) Lot 103, Edgar R. Hemandez, Greybull, fined $73 Block 50 SE4NE4 Sec. 31, T57N R96W Victoria A. Fajardo, Powell, fined $75 Norma Hessenthaler, Trustor and Trustee of the Michael H. Leonhardt, truck over 26,000 Ibs., Norma Hessenthaler Family Trust, Dated July 20, fined $386 2007 to Brandon C. Hessenthaler and Serena Hes- Marissa M. Maas, Greybull, fined $76 senthaler; (Part) NW4NW4 Sec. 35, T56N R97W David A. Frame, Manderson, fined $82 Debra Ann Wilder and Todd A. Wilder to Ross Shawn A. Christ, Greybull, fined $94 A. Blakesley; Lowell Original Town Subdivision, (Part) Michael R. Grainger, fined $25 Lot 1, Block 10 Charles C. Newton, Cody, fined $78 Quit Claim deeds issued from the Big Hem County Gabriela Alcaraz, Worland, fined $81 Clerk's office recently were: Darrell C. McNally, Rock Springs, fined $123 James L Jones and Hollie R. Jones to Gary Gru- Daniel J. Rohbock, Glendale, UT, fined $15 ell and Jeanne Gruell; Byron Original Town, Lot 1, Denise L Devito, Ten Sleep, fined $87 Block 13 Bobble Rae Sessions to Bobble Rae Sessions Persons are local residents unless otherwise and Ruben Luna, Co-Trustees of the Bobble Rae indicated. TOWN OF LOVELL :EKENDS ONLY: April 8 - June 24, and Sept. 1 - Nov. 30 DALLY: June 25 - 30, 2014. Burning allowed from 7am to 4pro You MUST contact the LPD dispatcher EastO]Shosho.eAve. : O DAYS (548-2215) to get permission : PRIOR to burning. Residents who are sensitive to smoke may call and register with the dispatcher and those who plan to burn will be notified if there is a sensitive resident in the area. If a complaint is received by the dispatcher a police officer will be sent to investigate and may require afire to be extinguished. There is a 2 hour burn down period until 6 p.m. The annual Drinking Water Quality Report (CCR) for the Town of Cowley is ready. A copy may be obtained at the Town Hall in Cowley, 20 S. Division. Be informed; please take the time to read it. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Mostly cloudy, nighttime showers 48 / 34 Chance of showers 50 / 37 Partly cloudy and warmer 63 / 38 A very nice Easter Sunday 65 / 40 Partly cloudy 68 / 41 A fast moving weather disturbance and cold front will keep weather conditions unsettled for Thursday night and Friday. Mountain locations ...... ~:~,~:~, .~%: ~ . ~.~i~: ...... will see some light to moderate snow and a few to several inches of >,~! fresh snow. Lower elevations will have some mixed showers. Your ..... :~i ,~'J~ ~'l 60~/30a 6Os/40a , %.i ~ .... Easter weekend will be mostly sunny, mild and very nice! ...... ~ .... " ..... "~" Powell Lowell '~'i~i+~%~ Climate Almanac Normals for 04/17 to 04/21 "~'%~., :%+~" 60a / 30s 60s / 40e :'.'~. Lowell Greybull ~:" ...... ~%" ...... "" "~:~ Meeteelae AVerage Hi~61 132 Average HigWIOW ~%fk "~ ..... ,oco,o.i, ,,ow ,,o1 .oo,0o0 ......... ........ =.,.,o.. :: iil ..... o .............. wo r n Racord 24h r4 Precip~ t i171l in 2005 Record 24h~. Precipl 0.72~' i~ 1959 l ~41~ll~l~ iI~% ~i~~ 60a / 38a Jet Stream Forecast for 04/21 Sunrise & Sunset ~ l ~ ~ : ~:~ :~ ~I~ Sunday 6:21 AM 8:05 PM "~' .... -~,i. "~,. National Weather Service Forecasts: http:l/www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm Big Horn Lake - Enjoy a nice weekend weather. Look " - e o $ " conditions.fr mild days, chilly nights and generally dry weather River Basin River Basin Yellowstone National Park - Cool days and cold nights ~H~R~r i49%~norm~ Wl~Riv~ ~L~%~rnal for your Easter weekend. Weather conditions though Shoshone River 153% of normal Upper Yellowstone River 153% of normal $~ River normal Madison will be rather nice and generally dry. 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