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www.LovellChronicle.com May 13, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 BRAD DEWAUX Fire Chief Jim Minehow (right), Bruce Morrison (left) and another firefighter spray water from a fire hose at the burning fifth-wheel Wednesday. The eamper was a total loss. Camper trailer burns in weed fire BY BRAD DEVEREAUX Area law enforcement and the Lovell Vohm- teer Fire Department re- sponded to a report of an out-of-control weed fire near residential buildings Wednesday, May 5. Upon arrival at the scene at Lane 12 outside of Lovell, Fire Chief Jim Minchow said, the weed fire was burning out of con- trol and had fully engulfed a 2007 Raptor fifth-wheel parked in the weeds near- by. The trailer belonged to Bruce and Mary Demp- ster. The residents start- ed the weed fire earlier in the day while burning yard waste and it got out of control as it hit the thick weeds near the trailer, Minchow said. Firefighters used caution as both pro- pane tanks on the trailer exploded while firefighters were on scene, Minchow said. The trailer was a to- tal loss, Minchow said, and the trailer&apos;s title and other documents were also burned in the blaze. Police car in three-vehicle accident The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of May 4-11, 2010: May 4: An officer wrote a citation to Tegan Layne for improper passing follow- ing an accident on the 100 block of West 2nd Street. May 5: Officers responded to a report of a fight at a Lovell residence but took no ac- tion after finding no evidence of physical violence and no witnesses. A Lovell officer was involved in a three- car accident where one vehicle rear- ended another vehicle on Main Street, which then collided with the LPD police car. Megan Banks, 18, rear-ended a vehicle being driven by Kaia Bartling, 18, which struck the police cruiser driven by officer Greg Hess. The Wyoming Highway Patrol handled the investigation and Banks was written a citation for following too closely. May 6: Officers received a report of an ongoing domestic dispute involving two Lovell residents. Officers rased and subdued Ann Shine after an incident at North Big Horn Hos- pital where she was reported to be car- rying a knife and was possibly a threat to herself and others. She was arrested for interference with a peace officer and breach of peace and transported to jail in Basin. May 8: The LPD received a report that a truck that was reported to be spotlight- ing near Lovell Lake earlier was spotted in town. An officer made contact and per- formed a traffic stop on the vehicle, result- ing in three MIP citations for alcohol. May 9: A Lovell officer wrote no trespass- ing orders to two individuals following a report of a fight at a Lovell residence. On e record 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 Tonya and Mark Olson at the Powell Valley Hospital on May 8, 2010 at 2:41 a.m., a baby boy, Cannot Alexander OI- son weighing 7 Ibs. 14 oz. His grandpar- ents are Delbert and Sandi Fetzer and Gary and Ilene Olson. Born to Megan and Isaac Hewitt at the Powell Valley Hospital on May 6, 2010 at 11:25 a.m., a baby boy, Calvin Brian Hewitt 'weighing 9 Ibs. 6 oz. His grandparents are Randy and Karen Ashcraft of Rex- burg, ID and Brian and Lucinda Hewitt of Mound, MN. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Harold F. Newton to Troy A. Muffett and Mi- chelle R. Muffett; Sec. 25 (Farm Unit B) T57N R97W SW4NW4, Sec. 26 (E2) Part T57N R97W SE4NE4 Trustee Elsie Martens, Mary Jane Stewart 2008 Revocable Living Trust dated April 23, 2008 to Hans H. Hawley and Emi- lie R. Hawley; Lovell Welch Subdivision Block 2 Lot 1 (Part) and Lot 3 Michael L. Grant and Marianne R. Grant to William H. Gilliam and Florence M. Law- son; Lovell Original Town Block 13 Lot 3 (Part) Steven Hessenthaler and Milisa Hessenthaler to Jason Shaw; Lovell Linnabary "A" Sub- division Block 5 Lot 2 (Part) Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Charles R. Scheeler to Glenn Dean Scheeler, Steven J. Scheeler, Todd R. Scheeler and Debra L. Hibbert; Byron Original Town Block 17 Lots1 (Part) and Lot 2 (Part) Cynthia Ann Teitsch to Michael Edward Teitsch; Big Horn County Shoshone Ranchettes Lots 3, 4, and 5 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gains recently were: Russell C. Renner, 42, seat belt violation, fined $25 Brian L. Workman, 26, driving while license is suspended, fined $410 Jose Ramirez, 31,25 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $55 Curt Brown, 52, Columbia Falls, Montana, 26 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $120 Jonathan Morgan, 24, seat belt violation, fined $25 Shannon Watkins, 33, failure to yield, fined $6O Darryl S. Lynn, 30, illegal U-turn, fined $60 Terry L. Marcotte, 56, Powell, 27 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $130 Ray Dean Fraser, 27, Palisade, Colorado, seat belt violation, fined $25 20 mph zone, fined $130 Thomas H. Levitt, 62, Alpena, Michigan, seat belt violation, fined $25 Zachery Fink, 26, failure to use turn signal, fined $60 Gerald E. Fink, 68, Buffalo, Wyoming, 26 in a 20 mph zone, fined $130 John V. Redman, 19, Ethete, Wyoming, seat belt violation, fined $25 Elbert Denniston, 31, Powell, no brake light, fined $60 Marcus Perez-Averett, 29, no driver's license, fined $60 Mark Alderink, 55, Lewiston, Montana, 55, 25 . mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $55 Desiree Johnston, 19, DUS, fined $410 Aaron Fink, 29, DUS, fined $410 Edward McCabe, 42, property destruction, fined $510 Stepfanie Thompson, 18, DUS, fined $410 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Daniel Royce, 44, Miles City, Montana, 40 mph, fined $100 Desiree Johnston, 19, 38 mph, fined $92 Individuals are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Thomas R. Donahue, 29, no valid driver's li- cense, fined $100 James A. Langston, 25, no vehicle registra- tion, fined $50 Kempton R. Fitzherbert, 17, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $110 Kenneth D. Baker, 58, failure to drive on the right side of roadway, find $50 Olivia L. Fulkerson, 48, 39 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $86 Bradley L. Sedlar, 23, driving while license is suspended, fined $410 Christopher E. Fort, audible air leak, fined $160 Dennis LeRoy Thompson, 40, failure to obey "No passing" sign, fined $100 Scott W. Harvey, 42, 60 mph in a 55 mph zone, fined $35 Alexander L. Abrams, 27, interfering with a police officer, fined $680, 120 days in jail (90 day suspended) and 6 months pro- bation Robert C. Pearson, 64, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $100 Gordon S. Sims, 50, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $100 William C. Welch, 48, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $100 Amy J. Aguirre, 34, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $100 Henrietta M. McGary, 45, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $100 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Desiree C. Johnston, 19, 78 mph, fined $69 Stephanie E. Stewart, 20, 80 mph, fined $75 Alexandria R. Knudtson, 23, 75 mph, fined Lauraellen Miller,.21 , dog at large, fined $30.., ....... :. $6p :... Michael L. Slegfned, 32, Worland, seat belt 'SaA: Leuener, 24, 87 mph, fined $96 violation, fined $27 4M. Negtl,; 49, 77 mph, fined $66 Teddy L. Wall, 67, Powell, 26 mph in a 20 mph Steven K. Bassett, 21, 79 mph, fined $72 zone, fined $120 Maggie Rose May, 16, 78 mph, fined $69 Leonard Gentilini, 46, Worland, 26 mph in a Nancy L Graf, 61, 79 mph, fined $72 Deputies stop vehicle after note slipped to Worland clerk The following calls were received by the Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment in the north end of the county for the week of May 3-10, 2010: May 3: Deputies respond- ed with the Big Horn Coun- ty Fire Protection District No. 1 to a report of a small building on fire at the rodeo grounds. Firefighters stood by and soaked surrounding weeds while the building burned down. Deputies were called to a residence in Cowley for a juvenile problem. Upon arrival, the situation was under control. May 4: Deputies received a report of credit card fraud in the Frannie area. The re- porting party later informed the Sheriff's Department that it was a family mem- ber who used the credit card without authorization. May 5: Deputies received a report of vandalism to a Climate Almanac Normals for 05/13 to 05/17 Recreation Outlook great lor your support. Over $3,500 was raised to help purchase a new bathtub for New HOrizons Care Center, FOUNDATION camper in the Deaver area. The case is being investi- gated. May 7: Deputies and the Lovell Police Department assisted the Worland Po- lice Department to detain a person in relation to a suspicious incident that occurred in Worland. The BHCSO received informa- tion from the WPD about a woman who walked into a convenience store in War- land and handed a clerk a Horn Hospital thanks the contributors Silent Auction and 000000,i0000iii0000Evening With Friends ' Baskets Jana Bloch NBHH Business Office NBHH Senior Leadership NBHH Employees Bruce & Peg Wacker Sugar House: Lisa Wilson & Stephanie Cable Jewelry Judith Skinner Artwork Thomas Bradshaw Reid Christie Ann Hanson Gary J. Keimig Mike Kopriva K.L McKenna Lara Myers Ronda Schroeder Photography Quilted Items David Burke Linda NeVille Donna Wageman Peg Wacker Vases: Ezme Aubrey, David & Donna Ritter Silver ($50) Gold ($100) Dr. Lawrence J. Dirksen Dr. Randy Waddell Mrs. Bertha Binford Eide Bailly Minchow's Service LLC/ Sletten Construction of Minchow's Food Court Wyoming, Inc. Vamey Clean Care Red Apple Supermarket Platinum ($2 or bove) :: : : Billings Clinic S.E, Incorporated note between some money that stated her life was in danger and instructing the clerk to call 911, along with a license plate number. A Lovell officer pulled the vehicle over near Lovell while it was headed north on Hwy. 310. The male driver, Garland Notafraid, was arrested for no valid drivers license and no val- id insurance and was trans- ported to jail in Basin. The female was taken into pro- tective custody and later re- leased. The BHCSO is handling the investigation, with as- sistance from the Fremont County Sheriffs Office and the Worland Police Depart- ment. May 9: Deputies have iden- tified a suspect in a report of an assault in Byron. The case is under investigation. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Friday Partly sunny 62 / 41 Thursday Leftover clouds, maybe a shower 58 / 37 Saturday Recovering temperatures 67 / 43 :liill I [.] iil ill.i-"! II111111'i]: A spring storm will slowly move out of the region today, leaving behind some snow on the ground. There is a chance of a lingering rain shower, otherwise mainly cloudy for the day. Temperatures will reach into the middle 50s this afternoon. A good amount of sunshine will sneak through on Friday, with recovering temperatures into the 60s. Record High/Low 94 in 1960, 20 in 1953 Record H gh/Low 93 n 200! 31 in 2000 Average P   Record 24hr. Precip. 1,66" in 1896 Record 24hr. Precip, 0.71" in 2000 Jet Stream Forecast for 05/17 Sunrise & Sunset Sundae Sunset Friday 5:51 AM 8:29 PM Saturday 8i3 PM Sunday 6:49 AM 8:32 PM Monday 6i00AM 8:2I PM Netlonal Weather Service Forecasts: http://www.crh.noaagov/riw/index.htm Sunday Monday A good amount of A pleasant day sunshine 70 / 44 75 / 45 ';%"::<" "" Cody .... ...... Basin .... :.. 608 / 30s <\