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May 30, 2019 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 COURTESY PHOTO crews attend to the aftermath of the Highway 310 collision Friday BY RYAN FrI-ZMAURICE A three-vehicle colli- sion Friday afternoon re- sulted in two people being transported to North Big Horn Hospital. At 1:40 p.m according: to Wyoming Highway Pa- trol Trooper Blain Mollett, David Weiss, a 31-year- old man from Denver, was headed southbound on Highway 310 in a 2013 Jeep Wrangler when he stopped to make a left hand turn on Lane 4V2 with his turn sig- nal on waiting for traffic to clear. Sarah Evrard, 39, of Powell, was also driving southbound on Highway 310 in a 2008 Toyota Prius, when she rear-ended the Jeep Wrangler. She did not appear.to brake. A 62-year North Dako- ta driver, Robert Loveland, was headed northbound on 310 simultaneously and upon seeing the col- lision-swerved right to COURTESY PHOTO The Prius of Sarah Evrard has its front entirely smashed in after colliding with a Jeep Wrangler on Friday afternoon, resulting in a three-vehicle collision. avoid it. Upon swerving right, the driver's 2009 Chevy Pickup was hit by the Jeep Wrangler, which veered left due to the force of its collision with the Toyota Prius. Both Weiss and Ev- rard were transported to North Big Horn Hospi- tal following the collision. Weiss was released short- ly afterward, while Evrard was held overnight. All three drivers were wear- ing seatbelts. Evrard reported that medical issues led to her rear-ending the Wrangler, Mollett said. She was cit- ed for driving too fast for conditions. LAFFIN HONORS FALLEN SOLDIERS continued from page one when we turn on the His-In a time, when so many ism Expeditionary and Ser- tory channel, we see their are concerned about be- vice Medal. faces staring back at us. ing owed a self-only, self-Manyothersalsoserved There were those in our first version of freedom, during Monday's three Me- BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Report these births to the Lovell Chronicle at 307-548- 2217. T56N R96W. MARRIAGES Quitclaim deed issued from the Marriage license issued from Big Horn County Clerk's Office the Big Horn County Clerk's of- recently was: rice recently was: Randall L. Putman and Codex Patrick Zeller ofKimberly S. Putman to Kim- Cowley and Katrina Hattie berly Sue Putman, Powell Twitchell of Lovell. Family Trust; Lovell Linna- DEEDS bary "B" Subdivision, (Part) Julie Davila; Lovell Original driver's license on demand, Town, (Lot F) Lot 4, Block 5. $85. Joan L. Nixon to Joan L. Samantha J. Delgado, By- Nixon, Keri A. Angell andron, child safety seat viola- Lance D. Nixon; Lot 38G, tion: 1st offense, $65. Warranty deeds issued from the ~ Lot 2, Block 8. Big Horn County Clerk's office CIRCUIT COURT recently were: Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- Roger Wilkerson to Erik dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn Duane Mackinnon; Lovell County before Judge Edward G. Great Western Subdivision, Luhm recently were: Miguel A. Mendez Gar- cia, Greybull, child safe- ty restraint system: 2rid of- fense, $115. Codex P. Welling, Cowley, no seat belt: driver, S25. Jade R. Minchow, Lovell, no seat belt: driver, $25. Speeding in a superintendent's zone: Julie A. Greenfield, Bill- ings, S120. David Ross Cervantes, Greybull, $160. Speeding in a construction Block B (see doc for legal). Scott H. Neubauer, Riv- zone: Jeffrey S. Samson and erton, DUI: alcohol .08 per- Kaitee L. Hernandez, By- Tianne R. Samson to Ja- cent or more, 90 daysjail (87 ron, $125. cob Haslem and Whitney suspended), 6 months unsu- Speeding in a 70 mph zone: pervised probation, $705. Carlos Haslem; Cowley Stevens E. Camarillo, Memorial Estates, Lot 23. Eric J. Aguilar, Emblem, Phoenix, $145. Alan J. Bair and Mary A. no seat belt: driver, $25; Wesley C. Sorensen, Ver- Bair to Rolando Davila and failure to carry and exhibit hal, Utah, $90. Sheriff's report The Big Horn Sheriff's Department re- ceived the following calls for the week .of. May 20 - May 27: May 22: Deputies responded to reports of four horses allegedly being neglect- ed on Road 5 in Byron. The case is under investigation. May 23: Deputies responded to a domes- tic dispute at Georgia Pacific where a truck driver's girlfriend locked him out of his own semi-truck. Deputies responded to the scene, returned the truck back to Georgia Pacific and gave the woman a ride into Lovell. May 26: Two vehicles were keyed on South Division Street in Cowley. The case is un- der investigation, Note: The calls listed above were re- ceived by Big Horn Sheriff's Department. Persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. Police report Worland cat faces online threats from Lovell The Lovell Police Department received din. The woman reported that the Lovell the following calls for the week of May 19 resident remarked that the cat was per- to May 26: fectly positioned for a "head shot" before May 19: A report was made to the Lovell he commented further to call cats "vile Police Department that a vehicle was shot creatures." No harm to the cat has been with a handgun in an alleged case of van- reported. dalism. The case is under investigation. May 24" Officers responded to Mustang May 22: A resident on East Third Street Laundry after a fold-up chair had been called officers to report that a former reported stolen from the business. Offi- business partner repeatedly stopped his cers consulted with the business owner truck in front of the house and revved up about his options for pressing charges and his engine. Officers determined that no whether he could put up signs. Note: The calls listed above were received units whose deaths were remember that liberty for a morial Day services, laws were broken. so pedestrian that it could diverse nation will requireThe color guard, corn- May 23: A resident from Worland called by the Lovell Police Department. Persons or- have been something that Self-control and basic civil- landed by Allen Sessions, the Police Department to report a death ' rested are presumed innocent until prov- we read about in the lo- ity towards others." consisted of Frank Wilk-threat made against her cat by an indi- en guilty in a court of law, and charges made Col papeE And there were Sgt: LaTffin served from erson; Butch Fink, Scott viduaI said was Lov, el fterfishe upon. initial arrest may be amended or d{s- f iends:who, although they February 1998 hrodghiOc- Fink, Bruce Dempster, Rob,-: posted a:pOotb of h ey, i - missed as determi edby the-Count) A,ttbr ey.i came'back homel they just tober 2003, ,working as a ert Bond and Jack Nicholls m: couldn't find their way back Voice Intercept Operator with Jim Woody, Tom Dil- home." - Arabic and assigned to lon and Leroy Collins on Those who made the the 103rd Military Intelli- the rifle line. BY RYAN FITZMAORICE Two more incidents oc-Evidence has been ultimate sacrifice did it for gence Battalion, 3rd Infan-Lovell Elementa- The Big Horn County curred this past week. collected at -allthree us, Laffin said, and it's up try Division. Her stateside ry School fifth-grade stu- Sheriff's Department is in- : On May 20, on North sites, according to Sher- for.us to honor them. assignments were the De-dents, directed by musicvestigating a series of bur- Center Street, a residential iff Ken Blackburn, and "Honor our fallen, not fense Language Institute, teacher Chauna Bischoff,glories that may be con-burglar alarm was set off at the incidents areunder just today, but every day. Monterey, Calif and Fort sang three patriotic hum- nected in the town of a home. Upon investigation, investigation. Not with grand heroic ges- Stewart, Go. She served bers during each ceremony. Byron. signs of possible forced en- "There has been a dis- tures, but with the every- overseas in Kuwait, Bosnia Each ceremony began The first incident oc- try were identified. Thecernable increase of bur- day, ordinary actions that and Iraq, and her combatwith a ceremonial march curred on May 12 when a owner of the home said glory activity in the Byron keep us moving forward, deployment was in Oper- to a cadence provided byresident on Big Horn Street items were possibly taken, area," Blackburn said. "Nat- Remember that our fore- ation Iraqi Freedom. Laf- drummer Meg AndersOn. found a door broken down Four days later, dep-urally, when you see some- fathers didn't intend for us fin has been honored with Richard Fink was the was- at her house. She later dis- uties were called to West thing like that, you start to be them but to contin- the Army Commendation ter of ceremonies for each covered that a safe with a Shoshone Avenue for a looking for connections. ually build a more perfect Medal, Army Achievement ceremony, while Jim Ttiom- significant amount of cash possible drug theft from a We encourage people to be union," Laffin said. "In a Medal, Iraqi Campaign as led prayer as the chap- in it was missing, home. vigilant." time, when anger and di- Medal, Armed Forces Ex-lain. Bruce Wolsey laid vision is popular, remem- peditionary Medal, NATOflowers at each site. Falling rock advisories in effect for 14A ber to work toward unity Medal, NATO Medal and David Peck and CJ Lind- and an indivisible nation, the Global War on Terror- say played "Taps." BY RYAN FWZMAURICE The highways were WYDOT, said. Even after Highway U.S. 14A has closed down at 2:30 p.m.the rain stops, drivers still PLACEMAKING IN DOWNTOWN continued from page one had a rocky first week Tuesday due to a mudslide need to keep an eye out, open. near Steamboat point, 1o- as drain off from melting Large yard games will Giving Kabir Kumar spoke local brands is being re-According to a press coted near Dayton. They snow could also cause rock be stored at the park in- of the retail giant s long built and repainted by release by the Wyoming opened up later in the eve- falls on the highway. cluding possibly corn hole, history of giving back to lo- . Trey Wardell as an Eagle Department of Transpor- ning after the remnants of Dulles said drivers are Jenga, chess and Kuub. col communities and quot- Scout project. The fence tation, falling rock adviso- the mudslide were cleared, encouraged to report any Emmett said he would ed Helen Walton as saying, will eventually be moved ries remain in effect on U.S. It's just that time of rock falls they see on the like to see the park adorned "It's not what you gather to the north, Jameson and14 and 14A, caused by heavy year, Laura Dalles, Public highway to WYDOT so they with a checkerboard pat-but what you scatter that Swift said, and limestonerain. Involvement Specialist for can be quickly cleared. tern built into the lawn. tells what kind of life you gravel for the park has "I would love to seen have lived." been donated by Montana Cancer survivor retreat coming in June checkerboard integrated HYART LOT Limestone. into the grass with paving Another early focus of If the plaster issue canRainhorse Equine As- through guided, un-mount- tember. People may attend squares," he said. "It could the Placemaking commit- be solved, the committeesisted Services in Hyattville ed interactions, one session or all sessions. be used for outdoor check- tee has been the lot direct- members believe the parkhas announced a retreat for Participants will also be Call executive director ers or chess." ly west of the Hyart The- can be a pre- or post-mov- cancer survivors, family and introduced to creative writ- Maria Eastman for more in- A water feature may atre, but concerns aboutie gathering place for Hy- caregivers, "The Art & Wis- ing and journaling as a heal- formation and to register at be installed in the parkold plaster on the west-fac- art Theatre customers and dora of the Horse." ing activity. 307-469-2289, or email her at a later date, Swift and ing wall of the Hyart be- others. Ideas include a wall In this retreat and work- It is free for all partici- at rainhorse@tctwest.net. Jameson said. ing a potential hazard have mural, seating and a small shop, participants will ex- pants. The retreat will con- Learn more about Rain- The goal is to have the slowed progress at that stage for music, perlence the remarkable sist of four sessions once a horse by visiting http://ww- revamped park ready for park. Other downtown spac- healing ability of horses month June through Sep- wrainhorse.org. use by Mustang Days, the Lovell Inc. has reached es have been discussed in- Lovell Inc. duo said. out to Chad Carr of Cart cluding installing a putting Jameson said she Coatings LLC to see about green in the space next to Big Horn County Long Range Forecast is grateful to the Codyremoving the plaster, and Johnson Home and Land. Walmart store and store Carr has responded with Citizens are welcome manager John Dickson for pricing. Now funding must and invited to participate in Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday the grant, noting that a let- be found, the Placemaking process. If ter from Walmart Senior Meanwhile, the West- interested, call the Lovell Director of Community ern character fence with Inc. office at 307-548-6707. Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy : Preclp Chance: 10% Pmclp Chance: 15% Preclp Chance: 20% Preclp Chance: 15% Preclp Chance: 15% 72 / 49 74 / 51 73 / 53 76 / 56 74 / 54 307-548-6216 I www. baircoconstruction.com