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Sheriff’s report , Theft of cart under investigation in Frannie The Big Horn Sheriff’s Department re- ceived the following calls for the week of May 31 to June 7: May 31: Deputies were called to North First Street West in Cowley regarding a resi— dent who reported feeling harassed by a subject who was driving by, around and in front of his residence. Deputies responded but determined it to be a neighbor dispute. 0 Deputies responded a report of theft in Frannie after someone out a lock to steal a cart on Deal Street. Deputies lo- cated the cart and returned it to the re— porting party. The case is under inves— tigation. 0 Deputies responded to Main Street in Byron, along with Deaver-Frannie Fire, in response to a camper that had caught on fire with propane tanks nearby in the area. The fire was contained before it reached any propane tanks. Deputies determined the fire was likely started accidentally by juveniles on the scene. The case is under investigation. June 1: Deputies received a call from North Center Street in Byron after a driver backed into a parked car. The damage was minor and no injuries were reported. Dep— uties did not issue any citations. , June 3: Deputies were called to Highway 14AE in response to a green Ford Mustang that had driven off the road and caused property damage at the scene. No injuries were reported at the scene, nor were any citations issued. The incident report did not detail what damage was caused. June 4: Deputies responded to Deal Street in Frannie in response to a disturbance of yelling and horn blasting. When depu- ties‘arrived on scene, no ruckus was be— ing caused. June 5: Deputies received a call from the Wyoming 310 Restaurant on Highway 310 in regard to a dog that was left locked in a hot car. Upon deputies arriving on scene, the vehicle with the canine was no longer on the property. 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. On the Record in Big H BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn Coun- ty babies. Report these births to the Lovell Chronicle at 307- 548-2217. Born Tera and Gordon Cliame at Powell Valley Hospital on Ma 28, 2021, at 8:34 p.m., 3 ba y boy, Ha— zen Zachary David C iame, weighing 7 lbs., 13 oz. Grandparents are Tim and Nancy Beason, Edie Cliame. MARRIAGES Anthony Dean Rosser and Cheryl Marie Mefford, both of Greybull. DEEDS Warranty deed issued from the Big Horn County Clerk’s office recently was: Jerod Tippetts and Christa Tippetts to Jus— tin Robert Lucht and Maci Margaret Lucht; Big Horn County, 8.8. 10-008 Subdi— vision, (Part) Lot 50, T56N R96W. Rosalynd R. Doerr to Shelby P. Wardell; Lovell Original Town, (Part) Lot 3, Block 29. Christopher Hamil— ton to Elaine A. Weinz and Jacle. Weinz; (Part) WZSE4 SW4NE4, (Tract 2—26) Sec. 26, T57N R97W. Patrick Wambeke and Sonya Wambeke to Ann B. Brid es; (Part) Cowley, Origina Town, Lots 1, 2, 4, Block 15. Ann B. Bridges to Patrick Wambeke and Sonya Wam- beke; (Part) Cowley, Orig— inal Town, Lots 1, , 2, 3, 4, June 10, 2021 The Lovell Chronicle 5 Block 15. Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's of- fice recently were: ' Tyler V.,Stahl and Shan- tel K. Stahl to Shantel K. Stahl; Lovell, Western Sub- division, Lots 9, 10, Block 2. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn" County'before Judge Edward G. Luhm recently were: Marianece Nuttall, By— ron, seat belt: driver, $25. Lenore Pierson, Grey— bull, DUI: alcohol — incapa— ble of safely driving, 3rd of— fense within 10 years, 180 days jail (134 suspended), 3 ears supervised probation: 1,020. Darrell Coleman, Broom— field, Colo., failure to drive within a single lane: $100. Colter Klemm, Lovell, unlawful parkin in re— stricted area, $13 ; no valid drivers license: $85. Michael A. Smith, Lovell, driving while license can— celled, suspended or re— voked: $435; no compulsory auto insurance, lst offense: $570. William D. Brown, Lovell, no compulsory auto insur— ance 1st offense: $570; seat belt driver, $25. Sheila Scutt, Powell, child safety restraint sys— tem - 1st offense: $80, seat belt: driver, $25. Monty Muller, Cowley, seat belt: driver, $25. Ivan Daniel Prentu , Bill— ings, theft: under 1,000, orn County $3.50 restitution: $220. Charles Gerke, Powell, load on vehicle: $90; Carson Wagner, Byron, no valid certificate of title, certificate of registration, and license plates required: $140. Speeding in Superintendent’s zone: Jerald L. son,Lovell, $140. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Isaiah Erven, South Lyon, Mich., $133. Mark Vodicka, Lincoln, Nebr., $133 Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Jared Duperre, South Portland, Maine, $130. Speeding in a 70 mph zone: Daniel Farr, Bozeman, $135. Raymond D. Witt, Wor— land, $105. Nickolas Adams, Phoenix Ariz., $200. Nicole Forsberg, Clark, Wyo., $130. Erick Caballero Falcon, Valley Wash., $205. Dale Grieme, Enterprise Fla., $103. Alina Kifyak, Shakopee, Min., $103. Henry Jaques, Thornton, Colo., $150. John Zadroga, San Diego, Cala., $103. William Powell, $105. Brett Kopatz, Erie, C010,, $103. Kaytlyn Martinex, Lovell, $115. Carson Wagner, Byron, $175. Ander— Damewood, DAVID PECK A trio of Lovell firemen - (l-r) Jeremy Mangus, Neil Mayes and Chris Sawaya — check out the scene of the crash last Thursday night that resulted in a Ford Taurus nearly hitting St. John’s Lutheran Church. Fortunately, the church was spared. Car in crashjust misses Lutheran church BY DAVID PECK A two—car crash at the intersection of Montana and Fifth in Lovell last Thursday sent one vehi— cle spinning and the other onto the lawn at St. John’s Lutheran Church, missing the building by inches. According to Lovell police officer Jesse Pip— er, a Ford Taurus driven by Adrianna Chavis, 19, was driving west on Fifth Street with her brother David as a passenger when she collided with a Toyota Tacoma pickup traveling south on Montana Avenue driven by TJ Scheeler. “According to her, she was driving the speed lim— it and the vehicle she was driving had a mechani— cal breakdown with the brakes. She was unable to slow down at the intersec- tion," Piper said. “Tl saw her coming and noticed she was not slowing down. In my opinion it was very good defensive driving on his part. He accelerated and therefore she struck him in the rear of the ve— hicle rather than on the driver’s side door, which is where she would have hit him.” The impact spun the Scheeler pickup 180 de— grees, Piper said, while the Taurus veered left onto the church lawn, striking a parked Toyota Prius with a glancing blow and coming to rest next to the church building. “That shocked me,” Piper said. “There was no damage done to the building.” Adrianna Chavis was cited for failure to yield the right of way and fail- ure to maintain liabili- ty insurance on the car, which was not owned by her, Piper said. There were no other charges. “Upon further inves— tigation I was able to con— clude that she was not impaired, and her story makes sense judging by what I saw,” Piper said. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 20% 91/46 Friday Mostly Sunny Prepr Chance: 20% 79/50 Saturday Sunny Prepr Chance: 0% 91/55 Bi o Horn Basin Outlook Thursday we will see partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of Sunday {1} Sunny Precip Chance: 5% 96/ 60 Weekend Outlook Monday {it Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 99/64 thunderstorms, high temperature of 91°, humidity of 14%. South wind . 2% V, 7 to 22 mph. Expect partly cloudy skies Thursday night with a 45% ’ chance of thunderstorms, overnight low of 46", West southwest wind 6 to 22 mph. Climate Almanac .. --'°°~s.,\_ . Cody 90 / 55 Normals for 6i10t0 6‘14 exam”, LOVBII Greybull Average Highle 77 MS Average HNhILow , f ' Record High / Low 102 in 1918, 29 in 2012 Record High / Low ssi‘nz'oo' . . mas/52 o Averaesrrenip: . . ‘01).“ Amusement» “0W .v ,- mt. Worl-nd Record 24 hr. Precip. 1.20" in 2001 Record 24 hr. Precip. ' 1.03“ M2001 , . m . o 92/54 Sunrise 3. Sunset “NW .' .. .. s 1‘ , a, ' ~- my‘rhermopalifi‘kwi 924,55 Recreation Outlook Sunny Saturday with highs in the low 905. Sunny Sunday, highs in the mid-90$. XeflnwstnneflatinnaLEadt Mostly sunny Saturday with highs in Normal Flpw (.c's) the low 805. Sunny Sunday with highs in the upper 805. Win: Sunny Saturday with highs in the low 505. Sunny Sunday, highs in the mid-505. Jet Stream Forecast for 6/14 National Weather Service Forecasts: http://wwwcrh.noaa.gov/riwlindex.htm For latest weather updates: www.UpdatedWx.com/LC Streamilow Information River Stage (feet) Flow (cts) Big Horn neer Bighorn v 1.31 ;, ',;'E:I,:' 23:20 Big Horn at Kane 4.29 V 4,640 Shoshoninear Lovell 4.82 *' .::. 4,42, , , Road and Travel (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #RoAD Road and Travel on the web httpil/wydotweh.slate.vly.uI/weblhIghway/teeroldhtmi 59% ‘ are Reel Apple (Sigrirnjarket ,V&$ Variety C&R LIQUOR 9 E. Main, Loveiil 548-2224 Police Report Cash stolen from food truck The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of May 31 to June 6: May 31: Lovell police were called to West Main Street in response to a truck that re— portedly kept running over cones. Officers arrived on scene and observed the area but did not witness a truck, or any other ‘ vehicle, running over cones. June 2: Officers received a call from Neva— da Avenue in response to a resident who said he heard pounding on his door, but when he opened the door to respond, saw nobody outside. The man told officers it was the second time it had occurred this week. , i y 0 A theft is under investigation regard— ing the Hawg HeaVen food truck after the truck reported that a felony amount of cash had been stolen. A suspect has been identified and the case is under in— vestigation. 'June 3: Officers received a call from East Third Street after residents grew con- cerned when they noticed their dog ken— nel had been moved from where they nor- mally kept it. Officers investigated the scene and observed that nothing else had been damaged or disturbed. There was no evidence 0 foul play on the scene. June 4: Officers responded to Nevada Av— enue in response to a loud verbal dispute between a boyfriend and girlfriend. No physical contact had been made and nei— ther party wished to press charges against the other. 0 Officers responded to a call from a pa— tient at North Big Horn Hospital claim— ing he was a victim of a scam, reporting that he gave a female and two males he was familiar with $600 to run a number of errands, which resulted in no errands being completed and the group taking off with the money. U on investigat— ing the incident, the of cers were giv— en a second version of the story by the patient stating he gave the female $340 to buy food and attend to other mat— ters relating to his dog and she only re— turned $270 after failing to complete the errands. Officers determined the man‘ ner to be civil and not a scam. June 5: An attempted break—in at the Big Horn Storage is under investigation after significant damage to a lock was discov— ered. Officers have determined that the lock was tampered with in an attempt to gain access to the storage unit, but that no access had been made. Note: The calls listed above were re- ceived by the Lovell Police 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. Final health order expires CASPER (WNE) — As expected, the state of Wyoming entered 'June without any remaining health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state health de— partment announced late last month that it was im— mediately eliminating one of the two health orders that were then in place: a requirement that indoor events of more than 500 people be held at a max— imum of 50% of a ven— ue’s capacity and that face masks and social distanc— ing be required at such events. The state said May Wyoming’s Place. Books also available at: 21 that it planned to al— low the other coronavirus health order — one man— dating face masks and social distancing at K—12 schools — to expire on June 1. Wyoming Depart— ment of Health spokes— person Kim Deti firmed Frida state had dec1ded against renewing the order. Even the final remain— ing health order was only in effect for state; more than half of school tricts had received, per— mission from the state health officer to lift the mask requirement. (In its Karen Wamhoff Schutte Award—winning, Wyoming Historical Author Recently released her 6‘11 novel “A FAR PLACE”— settling of Emblem ~— early Big Horn Basin/Greybull. Graduated Greybull high school in 1960 and the Uni— versity of Wyoming in 1987. Married to Mike Schutte, ASID Interior Designer for 25 years Mother of 4 sons and 6 Wyoming historical novels! Maternal Saga: The Ticket; Seed of the Volga; Flesh on the Bone; Tank Commander: Paternal saga: German Yankee and A Far BOOK SIGNING __ Greybull Library Sat., June 12 at 2PM. Substantial discounts for multiple sales. Lovell Drug, Powell Drug, Greybull Country Flower, 7776’ Thistle in Cody and leslm/eie Museum. May 21 announcement, the state also immedi- ately removed the mask mandate for colleges in Wyoming.) On t e flip side, two counties in Wyoming still have districts with local health orders in effect re— lated to face masks, ac— cording to Deti: Teton and Albany counties. State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist previ- ously said that the state was letting the health or— ders expire because the COVID—19 vaccine had been readily available for anyone in Wyoming who wants one for a while now. con— that the part of the dis-