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Matt Mead, Secretary of State Max Max- field, State Treasurer Joe Meyer, State Auditor Cyn- thia Cloud and State Supt. of Public Instruction Cindy Hill - voted April 12 to ap- prove more than $6 million in Business Ready Commu- ties Program grants at its meeting in Cheyenne, in- cluding the Cowley project. The Community Facili- ties Program assists com- munities in preserving for- mer school and government surplus facilities that have existing or future commu- nity uses. Project engineer Willie Bridges of Pryor Mountain Engineering said in March that the Town of Cowley was able to use the value of the building itself as the match for the grant and that no additional monies are required to be spent on the latest phase of the ren- ovation. He said the town bought the building from School District No. 1 many years ago. The project will include an entire new floor includ- ing some foundation work, Bridges said, adding, "The led and moved we assume there will be some things we won't see until we re- move the floor." Bridges said the floor joists will need to be re- placed, as well as some of the concrete piers. Also in the plans is pressure washing and re- sealing all of the logs in- side and out, first remov- ing old chinking and then replacing it with new syn- thetic chinking that will be similar to silicone caulking but with a different texture specifically designed for log chinking. Bridges said the project will also include insulating the roof with a rigid poly- styrene insulation. Because the insulation will add a layer to the roof section, new fascia and soffit work will be performed around the eaves, he said. funded earlier by an en- ergy efficiency grant un- der the American Recov- ery and Reinvestment Act- of 2009, is a new heating and air conditioning sys- tem that will be installed this spring and completed by June 30, Bridges said. New doors and windows are also included in the energy- efficiency phase of the proj- ect and were installed this winter. Funds for the next phase of the renovation project will become avail- able on July 1, Bridges said, md after about a two- month design period, the project should be ready to go to bid in the fall. Some interior floor and re-sealing work will be able to be com- pleted over the winter, with the exterior roof and out- side wall work continuing the following spring. BLM and Honor Farm to host wild horse adoption The Bureau of Land Management and the Wyo- ming Honor Farm will host a wild horse adoption and gen- fling clinic, the first of two to be held at the facility this year, on May 18-19 in River- ton. The BLM and the Hon- or Farm have worked coop- eratively since 1988 to train and adopt wild horses. The Honor Farm has found that this program contributes to inmate rehabilitation suc- cess. Trainers and wild hors- es make positive strides to- gether by learning to respect and trust each other. Train- ers learn that through com- munication, patience and respect, even a wild animal will respond positively. In- mates who are released af- ter working in this program have a greater chance to suc- ceed in the outside world. On Friday, May 18, the Honor Farm will offer a free clinic to discuss the gentling program, followed by a pre- view of the horses. The clinic will feature demonstrations by Honor Farm Training Su- pervisor Jeff Martin focusing on catching a horse, advance and retreat, picking up feet and beginning to ride. The gentling clinic runs from 1-3 p.m. and is open to the pub- lic. On Saturday, May 19, the gates will open at 7:30 a.m., with the competitive bidding beginning at 10:30 a.m. Approximately 30 hal- ter and saddle-started hors- es will be available for adop- tion. All horses offered have been trailered and have had their feet handled. Applica- tions for adoption will be ac- cepted on both Friday and Saturday. A covered four- horse trailer with a swing gate is required to adopt. Lunch concessions will be available at the adoption. The Wyoming Honor Farm is located one mile north of Ri- verton. Take US-26 to Hon- or Farm Road. For more in- formation, visit www.blm. gov/wy/st/en/programs/ Wild_Horses.html or call 866-4MUSTANGS (866-468- 7826). For more information about the Honor Farm, visit http://corrections.wy.gov/in- stitutions/whf/index.html. Please remember that firearms, alcohol, drugs and dogs are not allowed onsite at any time. Cell phones, cameras, video equipment and tobacco products must be kept locked in one's vehi- cle while onsite. In order to maintain a positive environ- ment for visitors, a reason- able clothing standard must be adhered to. Shorts and form-fitting clothing are pro- hibited. From our flies Titanic fund up to $1,500,000 100 YEARS AGO The Cowley Weekly Progress, May 4, 1912 \\;. The British Titanic's fund amounts approximately to $1,500,000. At a conference it was decided today to extend immediate relief to the widows and the bereaved families of members of the crew pending the appointment of the committee to undertake the administration of the fund. 75 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle, May 6, 1937 Few people read the volume or number at the top of each issue of a newspaper, but if you will glance there now you, will find that The Chronicle is beginning a new year. Thirty-one years ago in the first week of May, the first is- sue was printed. Beginning with this week's issue we are labeling them Volume 32. We hope that the paper may en- joy thirty-one more years of reading by the people of the Shoshone valley. 50 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle, May 3, 1,962 Photo: Better late than never. For those who missed the traditional color picture on the cover of the Easter edi- tion, here it is. The picture was somewhat slow getting back from the lithographers where the Chronicle color sep- arations are made. We figured the two subjects in the pho- to were much too sweet to go unpublished. The little man is Donald Davis and the lily-bearing girl is Cindy Bischoff. 25 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle, May 7, 1987 The Bighorn National Forest plans to implement on June 1 new camping regulations that could dramatical- ly change the way people use the forest. The new regula- tions are two-fold in nature, establishing a 14-day limit for camping and restricting camping in what they call "visu- ally sensitive" areas. Public notice Antelope Buffe meeting NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING A public meting will be held on Friday, May 11, 2012 for the purpose of receiving comments regarding the proposed reopening of Antelope Butte. The public meeting will be held in the Commissioners Room at the Big Horn County Courthouse at 7.'00 p.m. If you have any further questions, please contact the Big Horn County Clerk at (307) 568-2357. Publish: May 3, 2012 Open 24 hours, 7 days a week Stop in and ask about memberships, get a tour of our facility Mon.-Thurs., 4:30-6:30 p.m. or call 548-2639 for more information. Call Stormy, 548-2217, to advertise your business in our local business guide. 307-548-7571 :.. ;:::' NO Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell Deborah Brackett, MD Special Interests: Women's Health, Pediatrics & Geriatrics Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh,com 'L, Vi '(9 ',rn ,pitol"gistrict North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell KEN FERBRACHE, MPAS, PA-C Special Interests: Family Medicine & Cardiac Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com i qrth $i 'rn '}(o:!pita( isfrict North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell JACK CARPENTER, MHS, PA-C Special Interests: Emergency Medicine & Family Practice Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.oom 'N'ortti '1ig 'n'n *pira( im'ict North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell TROY J. CALDWELL, MD Special Interest: Pediatrics & General Medicine Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com 'Nrtli ig 'orn '}tspitd'Disrrict North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell DAVID E. HOFFMAN, MD Special Interests: Endoscopy & Laparoscopy Surgery Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com LOVELL CHIROPRACTIC Oliver Mitchell, D.C. CRA - Muscle Testing After hour appointments available Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm 203 Park Ave:, Lovell 548-7020 Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Come and experience our culture change ... We have residential openings for permanent  or temporary placement in our  Nursing Home  Assisted Living  Special Care Unit NEW HORIZONS CARE CENTER 1115 Lane 12 Lovell 00o.t 00lo00ital00ismct HOMF RESPIRATORY SERVICES "OJJa(ity Care Close to q(ome" . Oxygen CPAP CPAP supplies For more information please call (307) 548-5238 1115 Lane 12, Love/I, WY 82431 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., 24-Hour Emergency Call Big Horn Count9 Public Health Immunizations, Adult Health Visits, Emergency Preparedness Offices located at the Senior Centers /,-'% .-. 417 S.2nd St. 757Great Western 1 Greybull, WY Lovell, WY  ' "  765-2371 548-6591 Programs and services for families  \\; Breastfeeding support, infant growth and development" Heath coverage for kids with special health or genetic conditions, Medicail and Kid Care applications, Infant and childhood immunizations. Commit to your health lifestyle information Dr. James Christiansen, D.D.S. James Christiansen, D.D.S. Welch Family Dentistry Office hours by appointment 307-548-7501 84 Park Ave., Lovell, WY North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell MARY FREUND, NP-C Special Interests: Geriatrics & Women:s Health Monday-Friday * 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com