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June 12, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle 1 5 Lovell firemen and EMTs tend to Rebecca Weinand following Oregon and 5th Tuesday afternoon. DAVID PECK a collision at BY DAVID PECK at Oregon and 5th, Lovell sion and no proof of liability A collision at a Lovell Police Officer Steve Allred insurance. intersection Tuesday after- reported. EMTs stabilized Wein- noon led to two young worn-Rivett was traveling and at the crash site, and en being treated at North west on 5th while Weinand she was treated and re- Big Horn Hospital. was traveling north on Or- leased. A passenger in the Around 3 p.m. Tuesdayegon, Allred said. Both ve- Toyota, 26-year-old Sar- a 2012 Toyota Prius driven hicles receivedfront-endah Ann Jacobs, a summer- by Suika Marie Rivett, 35, of damage, time resident of Lovell, was Lovell collided with a 2012 Rivett was cited for fail- also checked at the scene by Chevrolet Malibu driven by ure to yield the right of way, EMTs and taken to the hos- Rebecca A. Weinand, 28, of and Weinand was cited forpital, where she was treated Lovell in the intersection driving while under suspen- and released, Allred said. in zones on BY PATrl CARPENTER According to Police Chief Nick Lew- is, motorists who do not follow the post- ed speed limits in the construction zones he has also received complaints of motor- ists not staying within the cones that des- ignate temporary lanes. "The speed limits are now being strict- BIRTHS Sec. 06, T57N R97W; Lot 4, NE4, alcohol, first offense within 10 years, We are interested in printing the SE4NW4, NE4SW4 Sec. 06, T57NDismissed, 1 year probation, court births of North Big Hom County babies. R97W; Lot 5, NE4, SE4NW4, NE4SW4 costs $190 Please call and personally report these Sec. 06, T57N R97W Steven Garcia, born in 1982, pos- births by contacting the Chronicle at Steven Edward AIIred and Kate session of controlled substance, 1 548-2217. Morgan Abbene to Steven Edward year probation, 30 days in jail (30 days Born to Jolyn and William Belk at AIIred and Kate Morgan Abbene; (Part) suspended), $640 Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Lot 711, T56N R96W Donald Earl Rogers, Otto, bound on May 3, 2014, at 2:42 a.m., a baby Mildred S. Asay Trust to Joseph over to district court on one count of boy, Oliver Reed Belk, weighing 9 Ibs. 4 D. Shumway and Lauren L. Shumway; manufacturing or delivering a con- oz. Grandparents are Robert and Shar- Lovell Cityview Addition Subdivision, trolled substance la Zwemer of Lovell, Eric and Leigh Belk (Part) Lots 17-28, Block 6 Tracy Duane Rogers, Basin, bound of Idaho Falls. Great-grandparents are Sp. Warr. Deed: Wells Fargo Bank, over to district court on one count of Lillian Zwemer of Cody, Carmel Engelk- N.A. To Todd N. Evans; Cowley Original manufacturing or delivering a con- ing of Lovell, Donald Dills of Dallas, NC, Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 40trolled substance and Dr. William and Ray Belk of Driggs, Quit Claim deeds issued from the Big Lee D. Davis, Greybull, no seat belt: Idaho. Horn County Clerk's office recently driver, $25 BomtoJennileeandKaceySpomer were: Delbert D. Teakell, Otto, proper- at Powell Hospital on June 6, 2014, at Naoma Nicholls to New Direction ty destruction under $1,000, $40; no 5:59 a.m., a baby girl, Savanna Leeann IRA, Inc. FBO Robert L. Nicholls; Cow- compulsory auto insurance - first of- Spomer, weighing 6 Ibs. 14 oz. Grand- ley Original Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 47 fense, $40 parents are Edward Rodriguez, Connie Duane T. Nicholls to New Direction Keith W. Spoonhunter, Riverton, no Rodriguez and Jerry and Linda Spomer. IRA, Inc., FBO Robert L. Nicholls; Cow- seat belt: driver, $25 Born to Cailey and Pete Baxendale ley Original Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 47 Brandon J. Tirrell, Cody, no seat at West Park Hospital, Cody, on May 6, Evette N. Chavez to Genaro Rivera belt: driver, $30 2014,at 1:55a.m.,a babygirI, Caybree Lopez; Byron Original Town, (Part) Lot George A. Fagan, Powell, no seat Lane Baxendale, weighing 7 Ibs. 8 oz. 1, Block 20 belt: driver, $25 Grandparents are Jan Olsen of Powell Jake Walker and Gretchen Walk- Thomas W. Bemstein, Basin, minor and Brad and Tam! Baxendale of Lovell. er to Pete M. Baxendale and Cailey L. under 18 possessing/using tobacco - Great-grandparents are Dixie Olsen of Baxendale; Lovell Dillon & Black Subdi- first offense, $100 Powell, Keith and Helen Kay Grant of vision, Lot 2, Block I Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Lovell and Don and Carol Broadland of MUNICIPAL COURT Michael B. Hutchins, Forsyth, Mont., Oklahoma. Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal $60 Born to Courtney Ward and Myron Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia George A. Fagan, PoweU, $108 Chatwin at Powell Valley Hospital on Gams recently were: Speeding in a 65mphzone: June 9, 2014, at 4:55 p.m., a baby girl, Jordan M. Hitz, 41, dog at large, Kfistine N. Ruth, Char!ton, Iowa, Adyson Rose Ward. Grandparents are $40 $96 Debbie Ward, Kelly Ward and George Elsa N. Kortge, 66, stop sign viola- Frank T. McCoy, Salina, Utah, $378 Ward. tion, $120 Anthony E Affinito, Prescott, Ariz., MARRIAGES Dale W. Smith, 47, failure to appear, $75 Marriage licenses issued from the Big $110 Kylie C. Clapper, Atherton, Calif., Horn County Clerk's office recently Jason D. Salmon, 37, following too $72 were: close, $70 Dustin K. Burns, Bowbells, N.D., Dustin Glen Case and Amanda Juanita Morris, 25, no city dog tag $82 Thackeray, both of Lovell(x2), $80; dog at large (x2), $80 Matthew L. Hetzel, Greybull, $82 Stetson Ray Cauffman and Saran- Eric W. Twomey, 26, driving under Valerie D. Sweetser, Kalispell, na Jo Garland, both of Burlington suspension, $420 Mont., $82 DIVORCES Mar!lynn Sue Anderson, Billings, Raymond W. Shannon, Greybull, Linda M. Borders vs. Kurtis A. 62, driving under suspension, $420 $70 Borders Manuel C. Garcia, 31, expired reg- Johnny E. Berger, Billings, $91 Christopher Brian Stewart vs. Jen- istration, $70 Thomas J. Bohannon, Gentry, Ark., nifer Ann McCoy-Stewart Edward A. Diaz, Tempe, Ariz., 43, $25 Melissa Cross vs. Lonnie Cross seat belt violation, $25 Jesse S. Saahir, Newark, Calif., $85 Sarah N. Hansen vs. Randy W. For speeding in a 20 mph zone: Sandra L. Goff, Billings, $78 Hansen Kayla J. Alley, Bozeman, Mont., 24, Amber C. Tunget, Greybull, $82 Ray Mum!on vs. Tolena Evelyn 26 mph, $140 Russell D. Dickson, $97 Mumion Bart Edward Trautwein, Lingle, 65, Stephanie Y. Bower, Worland, $87 DEEDS 25 mph, construction zone, $70 Alison K. Myers, Ft. Washakie, $78 Warranty deeds issued from the Big Frank B. Wylie, Basin, 84, 25 mph, Gayle B. Gardner, Denver, $81 Hom county Clerk's office recently $65 Wui Jie Ee, Champaign, II1., $93 were: For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Yizhan Cen, China, $69 Sheriff Deed: Big Horn County ColbyA.Sessions,16,36mph,$94Rohit V. Penumetsa, West Des Sheriff and Kenneth Blackburn to Wells CIRCUIT COURT Moines, Iowa, $93 Fargo Bank, N.A.; Cowley Original Town, Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Manit Singla, Detroit, Mich., $75 (Part) Lot 4, Block 40 court in Big Hom County before Judge Robert D. McMillin and Loft M. Mc- Thomas Harrington recently were: Persons are local residents unless Millin to Brian Windham; Lot 3, NE4 Michael E. Hart, born in 1990, DUI, otherwise indicated. ~ m m m m | m m m m | m m mm m m m m m m |m m mm m m mm m m | m mmm m m on Main Street in Lovell will receive a ci- ly enforced," said Lewis. "This is for the m Mustang Days Parade Entry Form ration. He added that pretty much all of safety of everyone involved, especially I Main Street is a construction zone and people who are working close to traffic. We I "Once Upon A June28,2014 will remain so throughout the summer, are not going to allow those breaking the I Lewis said the LPD receiving: nu- law to jeopardize the safety of these work- merous complaints that motorists are driv- ers,:Our goal is to get through this con- ing faster than the posted limits, which struction project without any injuries or are in some places as low as 20 mph. He fatalities," said he is also receiving complaints that Lewis noted that fines are higher in many motorists are not maintaining the construction zones. He said radar trailers lower speed until they reach the next sign have been placed in certain areas to re- announcing an increase in speed. He said mind motorists of their speed. I Police Report ', I Rattlesnake in park turned out to be dead bull snake , The Lovell Police De-ing at a retail business in the suspect. ! partment received the fol- Lovell. June 8: Police responded to ! I lowing calls for the week of A resident of Lovell re- a report of a rattlesnake on June 2 - 9: ported what looked like the east side of Constitution ! June 6: Lovell Police are in- someone trying to gain Park. The snake turned out ! I vest!gating an alleged as- unauthorized access to a to be a dead bull snake that ! sault on an employee work- neighbor's home. Police appeared to have been run! were not able to locate over by a vehicle. ! I Name of entry: I Contact person: _m I Address: ..... Phone: m Length of entry: m J Car, pickup or smaller J Pickupw/trailer ~ Semi truck w/trailer I [-I No. of horses in group ~ Horse & wagon or buggy I I Categories: [] Musical/Float D Transportation FI Novelty/Float I-I Band/Dance r7 Vehicles cI Commercial/Business [] Non-profit [] Livestock [] Club/Class Reunion [] Political Brief description for announcers: ~ m n m m | m m | | m m m m m m m | m m m m,ll ! ! ! I m: m ! I m m m I m m l m m I I I I l m m m ! m.il Sheriff's report The Big Horn County June 3: A Byron resident neighbors over a fence near Sheriffs Office received the reported a burglary at her Lovell. following calls for the week residence. The matter is June 8: Deputies received of June 2-9: under investigation, a report of a motorist hit- June 2: Deputies were June 5: A resident of Byron ting a light pole in Byron asked by a Deaver resi- asked to speak to a deputy and leaving the scene of dent to provide informa- regarding a civil matter,the accident. The matter tion regarding an eviction June 7: Deputies respond-was turned over to anoth- process, ed to a dispute between er agency. Big Horn Basin Outlook W(~ekend Outlook 244 E. Ma Recreation Outlook N June 28 2 p.m. Main ig Horn County Long Thursday Isolated thunderstorms 80 / 48 Friday Scattered thunderstorms, cooler 67 / 46 Saturday Mild, scattered thunderstorms 60 / 47 Range Sunday Warmer, a few thunderstorms 74 / 51 Forecast Monday Hit and miss thunderstorms 75 / 51 A Canadian cold front will arrive over the course of Friday night and Saturday. This will bring cool and below average temperatures to the ..... :~,~ ,:~,.o ~ .~... region on Saturday. Temperatures will begin to rebound to near or .~ ~ ~.. 70s / SOs ~ " .~ slightly above normal values again on Sunday. On and off shower and ..... ~:'>,, .~.,,% 7%/50s ~,~-~%~,~ " ~" Powe Lovell "~ .... " thunderstorm activity should be expected. ." ~-. .......... ~'~ ....... ~ ~%~ ~od ...... '-'~~'~ y Climate Almanac Normals for 06/05 to 06/09 " % ...... %~',70s / 40sBasin .o~.,~,. ,,%~ 80s / 50s '~, Lovell Greybull .,,~ " ~.. ~,,o,. .... ~ ~t:.~~%~ ""-~" ~ Meeteetse "~-~ ~_~o -,.~,..~ Worland ~ Record 24hr, Precip. 1.26" in 1932 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.87" in 1964 .. ~,~ .... ,~:~. ~. 70s/50s .,~, ~ Jet Stream Forecast for 06/09 Sunrise & Sunset ,." ~, . ~. ~,~ ~,,,, .-~.~ SunriseSunset ...... %'~. ' "'"~,., "~'.,. ~herrnopoll~..,~ ..... :::: Friday 5:29 AM8:57 PM . .,,.~." Sunday 5:28 AM8:58 PM .-~ ...... National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm ". s e . e River Stage(feet) Flow(cfs) Normal Flow(cfs) ~20 Big Horn at Kane 4.90' 8140 5130 Big Horn Lake - Saturday will be cooler than Sunday and it will also hold a better chance of shower and thunderstorm activity. Yellowstone National Park - Saturday will likely hold a greater number of showers and thunderstorms then Sunday. Days will be mild and nights will be very cool. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Road and Travel on the web- hap:h%wdotweb.state.wy.us/web/highway/text road,html F ...... t.re.red ~: DayWeather, Inc. Cheye.nne, WY 82001 www.oayweather.com Big Horn Mountains - Mild spring temperatures will last through the weekend. Shower and thunderstorm activity will generally be scattered. This week's forecast sponsored by % i! ...... www.baircoconstruction.com