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www.LovellChronicle.com May 27, 2010 I The Lowell Chronicle I 5 BRAD DEVREAUX Carla (left) and Chuck Bracken talk to actors Eston Croft and Marie Cruz (right) during Lovell Middle School's production of "Card Murder" on Thursday, May 20. After the murder took place behind closed doors in the restroom of the staged restaurant at LMS, the audience asked actors questions to help solve the murder mystery. Firewise workshops aim to help homeowners Big Horn County Fire- wise is hosting two work- shops this summer aimed at providing information on what homeowners can do to make their property safer in case of fire. The first meeting will be held at the Lowell Fire Hall at 6:30 p.m. on June 3, and the second meeting will be held at the Big Horn Ski Resort Lodge (Meadow- lark) at 1 p.m. on Aug. 6. Both meetings will involve approximately one to two hours in a classroom fol- lowed by a one- to two-hour field tour during which homes or cabins will be vis- ited to review onsite condi- tions. Topics addressed will include hazardous fuels conditions, the home igni- tion zone, wildfire behavior, structure ignitability in- cluding home building ma- terials, ingress and egress issues and homeowner re- sources available for re- ducing hazardous condi- tions, according to County Firewise Coordinator Chris Weydeveld. Big Horn County re- ceived a two-year $50,000 grant in September of 2008 from the Wyoming State Forestry Division to assist in addressing a growing concern about the dangers of wildfires. The Big Horn County Firewise Grant will help plan for reducing the risk of catastrophic fire in the wildland-urban inter- face (WUI) and for the edu- cation of the public on prac- tices that can be done to reduce the risk of loss of life and property to fire. The WUI is defined as that area where wildland vegetation co-mingles with homes and other values-at-risk. For more information contact Chris Weydeveld at cweydeveld@wytfs.com or. (307) 333-1098. The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls in the north end of the county for the week of May 17-24, 2010: May 17: Deputies reslJbnded to a call from a resident north of Deaver complaining of vandalism to fuel pumps and tanks. The property owner decided to sleep in his truck next to the fuel tanks the next night and was awakened by the sound of his ATV being started nearby. The man identified and corralled the vandals and called the Sheriffs Office. Deputies on 24/7 coverage responded quickly to the scene and wrote the three subjects citations for MIP alco- hol, with other charges pending. SheriffKen Blackburn thanks the prop- erty owner for being involved and said he is proud of the rapid response by deputies. May 18: Deputies responded to Cowley fol- lowing a report of large items being stolen from yards. The case is under investiga- tion. May 19: Deputies are investigating a re- ported fraud case at a location outside of Lowell. g" Deputies responded to a report of a sus- picious person sitting on the railing of the Shoshone Bridge on Hwy. 310. They were unable to locate the subject. May 20: Deputies assisted Park County law enforcement at the Frannie Bar on a report of shouting and threats being made. Jason Dixon, 31, of Frannie was arrested for breach of peace and transported to jail in Basin. May 21: Deputies received a report of an oil leak outside of Lovell north of town af- ter a ditch digging company hit an old oil line the previous day. Employees of Mar- athon and NEPECO responded immedi- ately to help control the spill. The Sheriffs Department and Big Horn County Emer- gency Management Coordinator John Hyde maintained control at the scene dur- ing cleanup. It is estimated that less than three barrels of oil were spilled, according to the Sheriffs report, and the Department of Environmental Quality is investigating the incident. -The Sheriffs Office was notified by school officials of a theft at Rocky Moun- tain High School. The case is being in- vestigated. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Wayne Moore and Dona Moore to Marvin E. Mauch and Janell K. Mauch; Deaver Orig- inal Town Block 77 Lot 4 Randal L. Armstrong to Sandra L. Armstrong; Lowell Original TownBIock 22 Lot 3 (Part) Jay C. Croft and Trisha L. Fleming aka Trisha Lynn Croft to Dane Michelson and Susan Michelson; T56N R95W Lot 72 (Part) Duane H. Homewood and Vida Kober to John P. Miller and Sean P. Miller; Frannie Origi- nal Town Block 37 Lots 4, 5 (E2) Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington, D.C., Kimberly A. Phillips authorized agent to Wilhelm Wipf; T56N R96W NE4NW4 Sec. 25 (Part), Lot 38-C Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Ronald A. Foote and Arvedell Foote to Ran- dy Hein and Sonja Hein; Deaver Original Town Block 62 Lots 14, 15 Pedro Sanchez and Emma Sanchez to Alma Irene Sanchez; Frannie Original Town Block 34 Lots 9, 10 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lowell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Judy M. Summers, 62, Cody, 25 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $55 Edward W. Croft, 52, seat belt violation, fined $25 Bobby M Anderson, 63, seat belt violation, fined $25 Kurt Wheeler, 23, Laurel, Montana, 27 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $130 Jamie Hovey, 19, Basin, 25 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $55 David Dalton, 51, Lolo, Montana, expired driv- ers license, fined $60; 25 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $55 Judy K. Lopez, 50, no child restraint, fined $60 Casey Pickett, 18, careless driving, fined $110 Kelly R. Spann, 41, seat belt violation, fined $25 Robert Johnston, 15, driving without an ap- proved person, fined $60 lynnette Jolley, 26, furnishing alcohol to mi- nors, fined $310 Donna Beal, 79, seat belt violation, fined $25 Cara Zeller, 29, no child restraint, fined $60 Gary Cfibbs, 69, seat belt violation, fined $25 Cesar Salazar, 25, Worland, seat belt viola- tion, fined $25 Lisann Davila, 21, two children without re- straint systems, fined $120 Zach Fink, 26, Fort Collins, Colorado, illegal u- turn, fined $60 Chad A. Gutierrez, 28, Powell, seat belt viola- tion, fined $25 Jessie Harrison, 16, stop sign violation, fined $110 Lydia Brinklow, 41, failure to stop at stop sign and no insurance, fined $520 Darryl J. Muhs, 49, Joliet, Montana, 28 mph in a 20 mph zone, fined $140 Ann Doerr, 70, furnishing alcohol to minors, fined $510 ($200 suspended) Megan K. Banks, 18, furnishing alcohol to mi- nors, fined $510 ($200 suspended) Drew R. Thackeray, 19, minor in possession of alcohol, fined $360 ($200 suspended) For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Jannette Gunn, 56, 38 mph, fined $82 Chad Steffes, 24, Rapid City, South Dakota, 40 mph, fined $90 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: Jessica J. McDonald, 24, driving while license is suspended, fined $410 Bridgette Watts, 26, no child restraint system- 2nd offense, fined $100 Joey D. Leonhardt, 19, no vehicle registration, fined $50 Michael P. Davidson, 31, no child restraint sys- tem, fined $50 Kevin Cannan, 42, 42 mph in a 30 mph zone, fined $108 Rory R. Karhu, 37, no turn signal, fined $50 Evan W. Haywood, 19, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $105 Victor E. Lopez, 52, DUS, fined $410 Michael Martinelli, 28, driving while under the influence of alcohol, fined $680, 6 months probation and 10 days in jail (8 days sus- pended) Tallen G. Osborne, 17, criminal trespass, fined $530 ($200 suspended), 6 months proba- tion and 10 days in jail (suspended) Tyler C. Maki, 16,. criminal trespass, fined $530 ($350 suspended), 6 months pro- bation and 10 days in jail (suspended); MIP:alcohol, fined $180 Kempton R. Fitzherbert, 17, criminal tres- pass, fined $530 ($250 suspended) and 6 months probation; MIP:alcohol, fined $180, 6 months probation and 10 days in jail (suspended) Jose G. Deniz, 35, no vehicle registration, fined $60 Stephanie A. Belich, 49, stop sign violation, fined $100 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Boyd J. Vanfleet, 37, 77 mph, fined $66 Michael P. Davidson, 31, 79 mph, fined $82 Benjamin R. Zeller, 28, 79 mph, fined $72 Joel Phillip Johnson, 52, 74 mph, fined $57 David Allen Kellett, 41, 75 mph, fined $60 ..... " Anna M. Venable, 40, 76 mph, fined $63 ,. Charleen M. Hamilton, 61,78 mph, fined $69 Jacob M. Asay, 18, 81 mph, fined $78 00iice report , ......... ......... , ., : : ; Pickup escapes Maverik, strikes SUV across the street The Lowell Police Department received the following calls for the week of May 18- 25, 2010: May 18= A Lowell officer responded to a re- port of a motor vehicle accident at the Mav- erik Country Store. The officer determined that a blue 2002 Dodge pickup was parked at Maverik and after the driver, Tony John- son, went inside, the truck rolled across the parking lot and across Jersey Avenue, striking a maroon 2004 Buick SUV owned by Michael Wilson. Johnson was cited for improperly park- ing the vehicle and not having a valid driv- er's license. May 19: A Lowell officer responded to the North Big Horn Senior Center to assist a lady who fell down while crossing the con- struction zone. The lady was transported by ambulance to North Big Horn Hospital. May 22: Officers responded to a report of a vehicle blocking traffic near the Switch- back Grill on Main Street. After investigat- ing at the scene, officers determined the traffic blockage was due to a medical issue and an occupant of the vehicle was trans- ported by ambulance to NBHH. May 24: Lowell officers are investigating a report of a theft and possible destruction of property at a residence in Lowell. North Big Horn Senior Center Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook I Meals are subject to change due to availability of items. Climate Almanac Normals for 05/27 to 05/31 BBQ pork patty, mashed potatoes. winter mix veg- etables, tossed salad, fresh fruit. Spaghetti w/meat- sauce, noodles, as- paragus, roll, garden vegetable salad. Recreation Outlook : Turkey and swiss sandwich, vegetable soup, tossed salad+ fruit ambrosia. Sweet and sour meat- balls, pasta, green beans, spinach salad w/cam)t garnish. bread, citrus fruit salad. Tuesday/ Hamburger on wheat bun, potato salad, baked beans. lettuce & tomato. pears. Hot beef sandwich, mashed potatoes. gravy, waxed beans, peaches, vanilla ice cream. Frannie Lunch Bunch I. Baked chicken, mashed potatoes w/ gravy, California vegetables. Devil's food cake w/straw- berry sauce and whipped topping. ? Ham. sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, apricots, sherbet, bread. Frannie Lunch Bunch 't Meatloaf, potatoes and gravy, carrots, pudding, bread. Wednesday/ Thursday/ Chicken strips, oven browned potatoes. broccoli, roll, pine- apple tidbits, spring salad. Beef and noodles, spinach, plums, tossed salad, whole grain bread. I[J Roast pork, mashed potatoes w/gravy, corn O'Brien, crunchy cranberry salad, wheat roll. Birthday Party Casino Trip Countt 3' steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, apricots, bread. I Creamed chicken. steamed rice, V8 juice, roll, Applt Betty. crunchy vegetable salad. Scrambled ham and eggs, hash browns, biscuit, peaches w/ granola, V8 juice. Breakfast 9-10am/noon-lpm Pinochle & Bridge | Lasagna. Italian vegetables, bread. tossed salad, melon cup. I Stuffed cabbage roll, potatoes, bread, apricot crisp. Pinochle & Bridge Fish nuggets, oven browned potatoes, Italian vegetables, green salad, bread, apple. I Bratwurst, herbed potatoes, green beans, vegetable salad, bread, apple brown Betty. I Breaded baked fish. potatoes, stewed tomatoes, tropical fruit, whole grain bread. |" Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, carrots, grapes, whole grain bread. t Taco salad, meat and beans mix, fruit in pudding. Call 548-6556 for home lelivery before 10:30 am Mon.-Fri. on the day you need the meal. Seniors 60 and over who have completed mandatory assessments are eligible for meals (in house dining or home delivered meals) regardless of race, creed or national origin. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Clouding up, chance of thunder 85 / 53 Friday Thunderstorms 85 / 53 Saturday Showers or thunderstorms 72 / 46 Sunday Partly cloudy 67 / 46 Monday Mostly cloudy, possible thunder 71 / 46 A cold front will stall just to our northwest later this week. As it moves in on Friday be ready for numerous showers and thunderstorms, Friday and the start of the holiday weekend will have the potential to be quite stormy. Also be ready for cooler temperatures both Saturday and Sunday. Lowell Greybull Average High/low 73 / 45 Average High/low 76 / 47 Record High/Low 97 in 1969, 20 in 1910 Record High/Low 96 in 2003, 32 in 1989 Average F'p 0.29' Average Precip; O.0* Record 24hr. Precip. 1 29" in 1987 Record 24hr. Precip. 1.65" in 1987 Jet Stream Forecast for 05/31 Sunrise & Sunset Friday 5:39 AM 8:43 PM j Sat.day 5:38 AM 8:44PM Sunday 5:38 AM 8:45 PM ,, .' \\; National Weather Service Forecasts: 'J'x http:/tWww, crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.ht m 7 e .... , ": .............. .......... :: 70/40S Powell LOII ..... Cody Basin :::: ..... 7Oe / 4(]s 70 / 40s : ....... .... ..... .. >: o')i WorJand .............. ...... i ....... o,.., ii :: ....... "['lrm0olli" : : :: ....... 70=/0= ....... i=: .... ....... ,,.: Big Horn Lake - The weather could be quite stormy this " " " e a . a holiday weekend. Be ready for numerous showers and t-storms especially on Saturday. Reservoirs Storage (acre-feet) % of full pool Re==. Inflo. nil. Ou Bighorn Lake 960773,0 898% 8921 0 6686,0cfs Yellowstone National Park- Cooler temperatures, rain Boysen 596386.0 80.4% 3311 4 cfs 4049.5 cfs and a rain/snow mix cannot be ruled out this holiday Buffalo Bill 382928.0 59.2% "i537.1  t664i2 cfs weekend. Sunday will feature less precipitation. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Be aware of numerous showers Road and Travel on the web- http://wydotweb.state.wy.ueb/htghwayext road.html and thunderstorms for this upcoming holiday weekend. F ...... t prepared by: Dc///(ctherl InC. www.dayweather.comCheyenne WY 82001 It will be a bit cooler too. WEATHER JOURNAL Date H 0 ;3 Prec. May 19 20 May 21 74 38 .01 May 22 64 44 .07 May 23 59 32 .00 May 24 62 34 .49 May 25 51 41 .44 May 26 58 40 .07 Big Horn Lake level (as of Wed., May 27): 3630.96 ft This week's forecast sponsored by the|OVe00hronic|e Help loved ones keep in touch with a gift subscription of the LoveU Chronicle. A one-year subscription to folks in Big Horn County is just $25, in Wyoming $35, and out of state just $40. Give us a call at 548-2217.