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www.LovellChronicle.com July 7, 2011 J The Lowell Chronicle J 5 r Plant employee recovering in Denver hospital BY BRAD DEVEREAUX An employee of a local plant is in a Denver hospital recovering from an acci- dent that occurred Monday, July 4, at the American Colloid Company bentonite pro- cessing plant east of Lowell. The company is not releasing the name of the injured employee because they hadn't checked with the family by press time, ac- cording to AMCOL Environmental Health and Safety Director Kelvin Roth. AMCOL is the parent company of ACC and CETCO. Roth and AMCOL Director of Manufactur- ing Jeff Campbell were at the Lowell plant Tuesday to meet with plant manager Steve Wilkerson and other ACC employees. They were waiting Tuesday morning for a team from the Mine Safety and Health Adminis- tration to arrive to begin an investigation about the injury. The employee was initially taken to North Big Horn Hospital and flown to Den- ver Health Hospital for treatment. The in- jury was to the employee's right hand and forearm, according to plant officials. Officials said they have sealed access to the area in the plant where the accident occurred, and they have evaluated the rest of the plant to ensure safety. "What happens in one of our plants af- fects all of us," Roth said. "I'm sure Lowell is a tight-knit community. So is AMCOL." The team expected MSHA representa- tives to arrive mid-day Tuesday to begin the investigation. "The goal of the investigation is to find out what happened and make sure it doesn't happen again," Roth said. Plant Manager Steve Wilkerson said the plant would provide more details about the outcome of the investigation as they be- come available. Victims uninjured in camper rollover The Big Horn County Sheriffs Department re- ceived the following calls for the week of June 27- July 5, 2011: July 1: Deputies arrested Evan Scheetz on an out- standing Big Horn County warrant. He was transport- ed to jail in Basin. July 2: Deputies received a report of a camper parked near the water's edge east of the causeway. Deputies and a NPS ranger respond- ed and had the RV moved. Deputies responded to a location near Barry's Landing to assist the Na- tional Park Service on a noise complaint. Sheriff Ken Blackburn said or- der was restored at the campsite and no arrests were made. July 3: Deputies responded to a reported rollover ac- cident on U.S. 14A east of Lowell near the Medicine Wheel. The accident oc- curred when driver Dale Williams of Billings lost control of his Chevrolet sub- urban with a 24-foot camp- er. The truck and trailer rolled, causing partial road- way blockage. Williams and his three child passengers were not seriously injured. Blackburn said there was little damage caused to the suburban, but the trailer was significantly damaged. July 5: Deputies received a report of vandalism to the Foster Gulch Golf Course. Upon arrival, deputies not- ed tire tracks from a vehi- cle that destroyed the fifth green of the course. The case is under investigation. k a= On in Big Co00fr,00,y 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 Shantel and Tyler Stahl at the Pow- ell Valley Hospital on June 30, 2011 at 7:56 a.m., a baby boy, Zander Joseph Stahl, weighing 6 Ibs. 15 oz. Grandparents are Alan and Tina Bernard of Lovell, Viola and Dale Rosebrook of Frannie and the late Craig Jay Muller. Born to Mindy and Jamey Tippetts at the Powell Valley Hospital on June 30, 2011 at 12:41 p.m., a baby girl, Bostyn Paislee Tippetts, weighing 7 Ibs. 5 oz. Grandpar- ents are Leslie and Connie Tippetts. Great- grandparents are Ivan and Melba Tippetts and Earl and Nawana Wallace. Born to Emily and Michael Asay at the Pow- ell Valley Hospital on July 3, 2011 at 1:00 am., a baby girl, Janelle Asay, weighing 8 Ibs. 3 oz. Grandparents are Stan and Jan Asay, Roland and Brenda Simmons, Reven Garmy. Great-grandparents are Charlie and Donna Monk, Dorothy Winterholler, Mildred Asay and Yvonne Soulger. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Billy Ray Davila and Lacee Jay Bischoff, both of Lowell Ty Joseph Hecker and Heidi Rae Minchow, both of Lowell Michael James Robertson and Brandy A. Mc- Donald, both of Billings DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Dexter M. Woodis, St. to Dexter M. Woodis, Jr. and Lisa M Woodis; Cowley Original Town, (part N2) Lot 2, Block 55 Brent D Moncur and Darlene Moncur to Wil- liam Brimley and Kara Brimley as Trustees of the William and Kara Brimley Irrevoca- ble Trust; (part) Lots 97, 97A, 97B, T56N, R96W Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Karen Elaine Abraham to Patrick J. Abraham and Janna L. Abraham; Lot 4, Sec. 19, T56N, R96W, (part) Lot 111, T56N, R96W Bradley Haskell and Tracy Haskell to Wil- son Land, Livestock & Leasing; (part) Lot 3, Sec. 01, T56N, R97W, (part) Lot 421, T56N, R97W William Brimley and Kara Brimley, William Bfimley and Kara Brimley as Trustees of the William and Kara Brimley Irrevocable Trust to Brent D. Moncur and Darlene Mon- cur; (part) Lots 97, 97A, 97B, T56N, R96W MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lowell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Craig C. Mickelson, 28, dog at large, fined $40; no dog tags, fined $40 Laura E. Myers, 25, dog at large, fined $40 Nick R. Montanez, 72, dog at large, fined $40; dog at large 2nd violation, fined $55; no city tags, fined $40 Jason Z. Noth, 35, no seat belt, fined $25 Melissa A. Iverson, 17, improper lane change, fined $70 Jason D. Schmidt, 35, Laurel, MT, broken windshield, fined $70 Robert L. Acton, 64, no seat belt, fined $25 Ronald W. Clark, 43, Belgrade, MT, no seat belt, fined $25 Elizabeth Birkholz, 17, no seat belt, fined $25 For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: Nicole L Gilmore, 26, 25 mph, fined $65 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Tom David Talenberg, 21, Kearney, MO, 41 mph, fined $114 Marion Arcadia, 20, Evanston, WY, 48 mph, fined $142 Gary G. Thoreson, 60, 38 mph, fined $102 Shirley B. Pursel, 52, Riverton, WY, 46 mph, fined $134 Individuals are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. Three cited after minors found with alcohol The Lowell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Jne 28:Jly 4, 2011: July 11: Officers responded to the scene of an accident on 2nd Street in Lovell in- volving three vehicles. Chief of Police Nick Lewis said there was no further information available about the crash. " .Marianne Swanson was arrested on an outstand- ing Park County warrant after officers made con- tact with her during a traffic accident in which Swanson rear-ended an- other vehicle. June 30: The Lovell Police Department is investigating a case of vandalism where a group of kids spray-painted "Rocky Rules" on the out- side of Lovell Elementary School. Another tag nearby read, "Lowell drools." July 3: An officer witnessed a group of kids dumping garbage cans over and run- ning into a nearby house. Upon making contact, sev- eral of the subjects fled the scene, but others were ap- prehended by officers at the scene. An officer wrote a citation to two subjects for MIP: alcohol and a citation to another subject for per- mitting a house party with minors present. Have a news tip? Contact us at the Lovell Chronicle ... 548-2217 or Icnews@tctwest.net Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Scattered thunderstorms Friday Hot with e few thunderstorms 92 / 58 91 / 60 Saturday Isolated thunderstorms 88 / 56 Sunday More chances for thunderstorms 87 / 60 Monday A few thunderstorms possible 9O / 61 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook A steady stream of moisture drifting in from the south and daytime heating will allow for daily chances for thunderstorm activity late this week, through the weekend and into early next week. Actually just typical summer weather is expected into the near future. Temperatures will not chance much from day to day either. Climate Almanac Normals for 07/07 to 07/11 Lovell Greybull : 8854 AmJge Htgh/l 90155 Record High/Low 107 in 1939 36 in 1897 Record High/Low 105 in 2002 39 in 2010 , o 7"  Pno. 0:4" Record 24hr. Precip. 1.35" in 1951 Record 24hr. Precip. 0,70" in 1951 Jet Stream Forecast for 07111 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Thursday 5:4! AM 855PM Friday 5:42 AM 8:55 PM Satuy 543 AM :55 PM Sunday 5:43 AM 8:54 PM 5:37M 85M National Weather Service Forecaats: htt p://www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.ht m ,, 80= / 50s  . Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - Although not everyone will see the " " " e . storms everyday, they will be around Friday through Sunday. Temperatures will be warm. Reservoirs Storage (acre-feet) % of full pool Res. Inflo. ass. Outflow 182 cfs 86242 cfs Yellowstone National Park- Be prepared for warm Boysen 658859.0 88.8% 13988.9 cfs 2155.1 cfs weather and plenty of sun, but also be ready for a few BuffialB|!l 53 828% I833 52cfs isolated thunderstorms Friday through Sunday" Road end Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Days will start out with plenty of Road and Travel on the web- hnp:l/wydotweb.state.wy.uvelhlghwsy/text road.html sun, but by the afternoon a few clouds will roll in. There Forecaet prepared by: DCY/ecLher/ I r"lC. Cheyenne, WY 82001 will be a few thunderstorms too. www.dayweather.com WEATHER JOURNAL Date H L R ufte 30 96 59 00 July4  .01 auty5 82 01 July6 88 59 ,00 Big Horn Lake levet 6i9Ho rn count ForecaSt sponsored by $5 R D $500 ReWard Offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or persons responsible for the vandalism at Foster Gulch Golf Course. 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