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April 19, 2012 J The Lovell Chronicle I 5 duck ? lUll CHRISTY VAUGHN MILLER Playing "the duck game" to win a gun during the Ducks Unlimited banquet Saturday night at the community center are Jack Steed (center) and Chad Petrich (right). Seated to the left is Greg Walker. Police Report The Lovell Police De- phone claiming to be call-ceived a report ofa babyin partment received the fol- ing from the Lovell Policea diaper playing close to lowing calls for the week of Department asking for in- the road. When police ar- April 9-16: formation that could lead rived they were unable to April 11: A relative of an to identity theft. It was locate the toddler. elderly resident of Lovell confirmed that the callwasApril 15: A resident of reported that the resident a scam and the person was Lovell reported an incident gave information to a scam not calling from the police of vandalism to her vehicle caller that could result in department, by someone she knew. A identity theft. The matter April 13: Lovell police protection order was filed. is under investigation, were asked to check on a April 16: A Lovell resi- April 12: A resident of complaint of stalking. Thedent complained that she Lovell reported that a matter is under investiga-was threatened by another man with a foreign ac- tion. person. A trespass order cent called him on his cell April 14: Lovell police re- was issued. Sheriff's report The Big Horn County April 10: A resident of A resident of Byron com- Sheriffs Office received the Byron complained of people plained of people throw- following'calls fpr week shooting shotguns. Sheriffs ing rocks at vehicles. 0'fAp~i]9"I 16: "': ....... ~ .... were unable to locate the Sheriffs deputieswarned April, 9: A /resident of parties involved, the parties invoived to Deaver called to report that April 11: A resident of stop throwing rocks. a rental company was try- Cowley complained of ha- e-Sheriffs deputies were ing to take back a rented rassingphone calls. The mat- called to investigate a item. It was determined ter is under investigation, complaint about loud that it was a civil matter. April 12: An instance of music in Cowley. Depu- A resident of Deaver breaking and entering at aties were unable to locat- complained that a neigh- Byron home was reported ed the loud music. bor had more than 30 to sheriffs deputies. The April 14: A resident of dogs and expressed con- matter is under investiga-Byron reported seeing cern about the health of tion. flashing lights at the school; the dogs. A veterinar- G'A resident of. Deaver Sheriffs deputies issued ian was called to check complained that some- a strong warning to some on the dogs and they one was trespassing on kids with flashlights to stay seemed to be ok. her property. A trespass off the property. Sheriffs deputies were order was issued. Deputies were called to called to investigate a An anonymous caller re- investigate a domestic claim of harassing text ported that someone was dispute in Deaver. No ci- messages. Deputies talk- trespassing on proper- rations were issued. ed to the parties involvedty near Byron. Sheriffs April 15: Sheriffs deputies and asked them to stop deputies asked the per- were called to investigate a texting, son to leave the property,loud argument in Frannie. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Partly cloudy, scattered showers 59 / 36 Friday Partly cloudy, warmer 67 / 41 Saturday Partly cloudy, very mild 71 / 44 Sunday Partly cloudy, mild 79 / 47 Monday Partly cloudy, warm 82 / 48 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook High pressure is building to the west This will block out Pacific moisture and keep cool air in Canada well to the north Temperatures .~b .- ~%~=~ .,~ .,,~ will be warming to above normal levels under the ridge of high .... :~ ~ pressure. This pattern is not good for much in the way of showers. ~"~:. ~ ....70s / 40s 70s140s ~ -.,%~ ..... ..... ,~%,,.... ~,~o ~. Cody BOasin "~%- Climate Almanac Normats for 04/19 to 04/23 "~'~ ~;~'" 70S / 40s - ~'~" Lovell Greybull .... ~'~ 80e / 40s -~,~ . ,..~. ~,.\, Meeteetse .~,~,~ ~" , Record High]L0W88 in i980 6 in 2008 Recor~ H gh/Low 88 n 19B9: B n 2008 ........ ,~o~Worland ~: Record24hr. Precip. t.16" in 2005 Record24hr. Precip. 0.59"in2001 .~-~. .~.. 70s/40s . .~Q.:.~ ~ .~ .~'~. .~,~ Jet Stream Forecast for 04/23 Sunrise & Sunset ~ ~, .... ~ .~ ...... SunriseSunset .... %~ ~"~ .... .~ T hermopol/~.~: .-~ ~. Friday 6:22 AM8:03 PM ~% Sunday 6:19 AM0:05 PM . ~_~. Recreation Outlook National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www,c~.noaagov/riw/index.htm "e e . 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PHONE 1-800-442-0981 ~- -= ~ ;:~:~:~;~~;~,~ 548-2873 = ..~~~ Fax: 548-7470 --- ~:~ www officcsh-";n~ co" BIRTHS For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: We are interested in printing the births of Keith Davis, 23, Cody, 26 mph, fined $140 North Big Horn County babies. Please call Julie Ypparila, 51, Cody, 25 mph, fined $65 and personally report these births by con, Individuals are local residents unless oth- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. erwise noted. Born to Jessica and Chad Carr at the Powell CIRCUIT COURT Valley Hospital on April 10, 2012 at 4:56 Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit p.m., a baby girl, Jeselyn Lee Cart, weigh- Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- ing 6 Ibs. 11 oz. rington recently were: Born to Destiny and Steven Hultgren at the Juan M. Cortez, born in 1991, failure to carry Powell Valley Hospital on April 11, 2012 at and exhibit driver's license, fined $60 6:34 p.m., a baby girl, Audrey Lin Hultgren, Thomas L. Jones, born in 1941, no child safe- weighing 6 Ibs. 8 oz. Grandparents are ty restraint system, fined $50 Mike and Linda Hitz and Steve and Becky Katherine L. Marchant, born in 1975, illegal u- Hultgren. turn, fined $60 Born to Heather and James Hobbs at the Jeremy R. Campbell, born in 1982, no seat Powell Valley Hospital on April 12, 2012 at belt, fined $25 8:27 p.m., a baby boy, Devon Clint Hobbs Cierra L. Hetzel, born in 1992, no seat belt, weighing 7 Ibs. 14 oz. Grandparents are passenger over 12 years, fined $25 Clint and Jean Hobbs of Salmon, IdahoMarjorie A. Parker, born in 1949, stop sign vi- and Kelly and Anne Kunz of Montpelier, olation, fined $1t0 Idaho. Jared A. Blickenstaff, born in 1986, left side MARRIAGES mirror required, fined $60; no insurance, Marriage licenses issued from the Bigflned$410 Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Macey D. Allen, born in 1996, no valid driver's Thomas Allen Edmunds III and Ashly Raney license, fined $120 Herchkorn, both of Greybull Richard J. Gurney, born in 1956, vehicle over DEEDS width limit (daytime), fined $110; no slow Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn moving vehicle emblem, fined $60 County Clerk's office recently were: For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Robert C. Acton and Barbara J. Ames nka Linda L. Malliot, born in 1948, 40 mph, fined Barbara J. Acton to JaredSanders; Byron $100 Original Town (Part)Lot 1 Block 5 Utahna J. Wheeler, born in 1992, 39 mph, TimothyA. Brosius and Donna L. Sellen to Mi- fined $96 chael A. Sealy and Cynthia A. Sealy; (Part) For speeding in a 55 mph zone: E2NE4 Sec. 08 T57N R97W Marty Gifford, born in 1988, 64 mph, fined $60 Tax Deed: Becky A. Lindsey Big Horn Coun- James H. Killen, born in 1950, 67 mph, fined ty Treasurer to Kenneth G. Blackburn and $104 Janeen Blackburn; Cowley Original Town, For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Lot 2, 3 Block 35 Walter D. Bruckner, born in 1975, 75 mph, MUNICIPAL COURT. fined $70 Persons fined in the Lovell MunicipalMatthew Q. Braley, born in 1985, 74 mph, Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams fined $72 recently were: Scott A. Scheeler, born in 1983, 74 mph, fined Nenette Alda Mangali, 55, stop sign violation, $67 fined $120 Jason Seth Jolley, born in 1990, 78 mph, Michael L. Habeck, 63, failure to stop at stop- fined $84 light, fined $120 Whitney L. Powell, born in 1983, 76 mph, Eli Moody, 18, improper backing, fined $70 fined $73 Red Apple 9 E. Main, Lovell All you need for a hot meal or picnic] F~aturlng CheetvrFrle.~ and WondeRoa~t ~hl~k~nl Mon=Sat.: 8am-8pm Sun.: 9am-6pm FOOD COURT 353 E. Main, Lovell 548-7979 Mon.-Thurs: 11am-9pm :: ~, Fri. & Sat. 11am-10pm " Sun.': 11am-8~~ North Big Horn Senior Center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Hot meals every weekday/ 60+ just '2.50 Non-seniors $4.75 :- Mon.-Fri.: 12-1pm reservations required