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www. LovellCh ronicle.com April 22, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle i 5 Law enforcement to carry a torch for Special Olympics BY BRAD DEVEREAUX Area Law Enforcement personnel will light a torch and carry it for children of the Special Olympics in a fundraiser event scheduled for mid-May. Big Horn County Sheriff Ken Blackburn said his de- partment started the event last year and is taking the lead again in 2010, organiz- ing the torch run that will go from Basin to Lovell. Area law enforcement will join the Sheriffs Department, traveling on foot, horse- back, bikes, or other forms of transportation. "The Special Olym- pics is a cause we as law enforcement support very strongly," Blackburn said. "We're going out to carry the torch and raise aware- ness for these kids." Kids from the Special Olympics are expected to join in the festivities again this year, Blackburn said. Last year, several Special Olympians rode in a horse- drawn wagon for a portion of the ride. Blackburn said the pub- lic is welcome to join the group for a barbeque fol- lowing the torch run. Dona- tions for the Special Olym- pics are welcome and will be collected throughout the event, he said. Blackburn said he plans to purchase the barbeque meat and condiments with personal funds and salads and des- serts will be contributed by torch run participants and the public. During the debut of the torch run in 2009, the group raised $3,600 for Special Olympics, Blackburn said. The goal for this year's event is about the same, he said. Planning for this year's event started earlier than in 2009, he said, and the group is hoping for a good turnout. More details about the event will be publicized in the future. For more infor- mation contact the Sheriffs Department at 568-2324. Man caught with pants down The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of April 13-20, 2010: April 13" The LPD received a report of a man urinat- ing while standing near the entrance of a Lovell Main Street business. An officer made contact with the man, who admitted his wrongdo- ing. The man was written a citation for indecent expo- sure. Officers responded to a reported domestic dis- pute at a home in Lovell. Officers discovered one of the people involved in the argument had been locked out of the house, but no physical violence had taken place. The parties agreed to sepa- rate for the night. April 14" An officer re- sponded to a reported do- mestic dispute in progress in Lovell. Upon arrival, the officer checked the identi- fication of everyone there and foun twgiO, jaors at the' home where'Iiqhor was present. After submitting to a breathalizer test, the two minors were written ci- tations for MIP: Alcohol. m-An employee of a local restaurant reported she received a rare coin val- ued at about $1,500 and wanted to check if any coin collections were re- cently reported stolen. April 15: The LPD forward- ed to the Game Warden a report of a large bear about one mile north of Frannie on the west side of the rail- road tracks. April 16-" Scott Murphey reported he backed into a power pole near his house. There was only minor dam- age to his car's bumper and Rocky Mountain Power was notified of the minor acci- dent. April 17: A Lovell officer wrote a citation to a Lovell man after investigating a smashed windshield of a ve- hicle parked in Lovell. April 18: The LPD is in- vestigating video evidence from a shoplifting incident that occurred at the Red Apple Supermarket. Kaleb Leithead was writ- ten a citation for failure to report a crash after he struck a vehicle in the Lovell High School park- ing lot and allegedly left without reporting the ac- cident. April 19: The LPD re- sponded to a report of a single-vehicle accident on Main Street near Nevada Avenue. Upon making con- tact with the driver, the officer suggested a family member who was on-scene transport her to the hospi- tal because she was exhib- iting signs of an unknown medical condition. " Officers arrested Jes- sie Rodriguez following a report that a man was going through vehicles in a Lovell neighbor- hood. He was arrested on an outstanding coun- ty warrant and also cit- ed with breach of peace .and ransprted to Ja| in Basin.  ........... Powell troop support reaches seven years Powell Troop Support will reach seven years of :::: : : ................. : : :: : :: monthly mailings to soldiers :::: f the Chrni in Iraq and Afghanistan on i :le incoctl ged Monday, April 12. : hat Gre H : Dovei Along with Roger's :56ifodflty:of Meat Processing's 6,972 :: i h cente packages of jerky and A1- //ianed$5O drich Lumber Company's Uy miles of packing tape, the  O|Ndenot ltyi with group mailed 3,496 packag- !!i :: } f no ntesi es. They raised funds to pay d ordered pa)r for postage costs of nearly $35,000. :he 2 fie suspended Postage funds were sup- ported with donations and : sales of magnets and bum- per stickers at businesses throughout the Big Horn Basin. The group would like to thank everyone who do- nated items to send to the soldiers. Donations came from citizens, businesses, churches and other groups. The group can be con- tacted at Powell Troop Sup- port, 1054 Road 9, Powell, WY, 82435 or at bonny- rouse@msn.com or ann.ru- ward@hrblock.com. To add a person to the mailing list from the northeast corner of Big Horn Basin serving in Iraq or Afghanistan, send their address. BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Stefanie and Scott Slaght at the Powell Valley Hospital on April 16, 2010 at 8:47 a.m., a baby boy, Johnathon Gary Slaght weighing 7 Ibs. 6 oz. His grandparents are Gary Ohl and Patti Ohl of Colo., Lyle Slaght of Texas, Neva Slaght and Gerald Sanford. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Dennis Howard and Lisa Howard to Deanna Malson; Cowley Original Town Block 42 Lot 3 (Part) Trustee Marjorie B. Stevens, Marjorie Stevens Revocable Living Trust dated April 21, 2008 to Jared Jarrett and Jessica Jarrett; T57N R96W NE4SW4 Sec. 32 (Part of Sandhill Addition) Lowell R. Sorenson to Gary C. Fullbright and Karen L. Fullbright; Denver Original Town Block 49 Lot 28 and 29 William J. Martin and Linda A. Martin to Lar- ry D. Dickerson and S. Lynn Dickerson; Lovell Great Western Block A Lot 13 Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Ned Walker and Nancy Walker to Trustee Nan- cy C. Walker and Trustee Ned B. Walker, Nancy C. Walker Living Trust, dated Feb- ruary 8, 2010, and amendments thereto; T56N R95W Lot 107E (Part), Lot 120A (Part), Sec. 25 E2SE4, SE4NE4, Lots 38H, 381, 38P, 107Q (Part), 107S (Part), 120B (Part) John William Fuller to Debra Joan Fuller, Cath- ryn Anna Karlik nka Cathryn Anna Nelson and Barry Fuller; Lovell Linnabary "B" Block 6 Lot 1 (Part) John William Fuller to Debra Joan Fuller, Cath- ryn Anna Karlik nka Cathryn Anna Nelson, David Newcomer, and Susan E. Acos- ta; Cowley Original Town Block 39 Lot 1 (Part) MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gems recently were: Rance E. Neighbors, 30, Worland, Wyoming, 25 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $55 Ricardo F. Mangali, 57, driver and passenger seat belt violations, fined $25 each Mary L. Cummings, 50, Powell, Wyoming, 28 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $150 Kyle K. Radomsky, age 35, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, 29 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $160 Daniel Forsythe, 28, illegal U-turn, fined $60 Alissa M. Tyron, 19, failure to report an acci- dent, fined $210 Alexander Trumball, 22, expired registration, fined $60; no insurance, fined $410 Benjamin Jolley, 18, careless driving, fined $110 Seth Mayes, 23, seat belt violation, fined $25 Christine Burton, 26, expired drivers license, fined $50; illegal U-turn, fined $60 Gottlieb Fink, 66, seat belt violatiOn,  fined $25 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: William D. Bolin Jr., 54, Chadron, Nebraska, 42 mph, fined $108 Barbara H. Gray, 60, 40 mph, fined $100 Ilda Deniz, 32, 47 mph, fined $118 Individuals are local residents unless other- wise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Robert Lawless, exceeding 30-35 mph in ur- ban, fined $35 Christopher T. Hamilton, 36, driving while un- der the influence-alcohol, fined $555, 6 months probation and 10 days in jail (9 days suspended); leaving the scene of an accident, guilty, deferred sentence, fined $30, 8 months probation Soni Lee Wagner, 19, seat belt violation, fined $25 Craig D. Holiday, 38, no vehicle registration, fined $50 Justin L Mascaro, 30, expired medical exam- iner's certification, fined $60 William H. Daniel, 51, 56 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $92 Ruesga Moises, 31, driving while license is suspended, fined $410 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Soni Lee Wagner, 19, 79 mph, fined $82 Tierney R. King, 50; 75 mph, fined $60 , .- > Sheriff asking for tips about stolendirt bike The Big Horn County Sheriffs Department re- ceived the following calls in the north end of the county for the week of April 12-18, 2010: April 14: Deputies assist- ed the Frannie Port of En- try by stopping a truck that had passed the facility while heading south on Hwy. 310. The truck returned to the port of entry following the traffic stop. April 15: Deputies relayed a report of an injured golden eagle on county land to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. partment is investigating an Deputies received a re- insufficient funds cheek that port from a local car deal- was issued at a local bar. ership that a magnetic dealer license plate was missing following a test drive of one of their cars. Deputies provided a civ- il standby at the Little Mountain Travel Plan meeting at the Lovell Community Center. April 16-' The BHCSO re- ceived a report of cash sto- len from a local business. The case is under investiga- tion. April 17: The Sheriffs De- April 18: Deputies received a report of a 2005 Yamaha 450 dirt bike stolen out of the back of a pickup that was parked at a business outside of Lovell. Deputies investigated the crime on scene and entered the bike into the NCIC stolen vehi- cle database. Sheriff Ken Blackburn said anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact the Sher- iffs Department at 568- 2324. Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Recreation Outlook Wyoming Department of Health Commit toyour health. Schedule your mammogram and Pap test today! Early detection is the key. If you are a Wyoming resident, without health insurance, and between the ages of 50-64 please call us at 1-800-264-1296. You may qualify for free breast and cervical cancer screening and diag nest ic tests. Pld for by tobacco settlement funds. Wyoming Breast & Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Scattered showers or t-storms 66 / 43 Friday Much cooler with rain 47 / 37 Saturday AM light showers 541 36 Sunday Partial clearing 57 / 38 Monday Mostly sunny and warmer 64 / 36 and then spring showers will move into the area A few thunderstorms on Thursday along a strong cold front. A trough of low pressure will ::::::%: ._;% ........  settle in on Friday and Saturday morning. This will allow for cooler 7 / :::': temperatures and widespread shower activity, Skies will clear out and ....... ;@:iii,i.ii.i:iiiTeOo/w4 aov2 :.:,i:::i:iii:ii. it will warm up a bit for the second half of the weekend. "::":"i ,, '":":" .............. ...... ":" ' .... Climate Almanac Normals for 04/22 to 04/26 Cody ":;:'%:';, "'%":" 60S / 40S Basin . .;.,::::,:.. Lovell Greybull .. % ....... 70s / 40s. '\\;.. ..... :::,.. .... -"-..,, -%: ...... A : .... -  . Moo', ............... ......... . : cg' ........... ....... Worlana .'." Record 24hr. Precip. 1.12" in 1964 Record 24hr. Precip. 1.13" in 4964 ..... Jet Stream Forecast for 04/26 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Friday 6:19 AM 8:06 PM Sunday 6:16 AM 8:08 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www.crh.noaa,gov/riwAndex.htm Big Horn Lake - A few showers will start the weekend. - i . . . Remember a jacket or a sweater, however, as it will be rather cool through Sunday. River Basin River Basin Hom R!r 6%b Wind RiverBn 0;, Yellowstone National Park - There may be some light Shoshone River 60% of normal Upper Yellowstone River 61% of normal accumulating snow on Saturday morning to watch out F{ive[ ofnei Mad! Headwaters  for. But by the afternoon and into Sunday it will dry out. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Other than a light shower early Road and Travel on the web- httpJhydotweb.state.wy.us/web/llighwayAe road.htnll Saturday the weather should be mainly dry this o.c.at... : DcWk)Vathcr ' Inc. C,wBnnB, WY S=00 weekend and good forthose o you trave,ng. www.dayweather.com This week's forecast sponsored by , Help loved ones keep in touch with a gift subscription of the Lovell Chronicle. A one-year subscription to folks in Big Horn County is just $25, in Wyoming $35, and out of statejust $40. 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