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www. LovellChronicle.com July 22, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Local Girl Scouts took a hiking trip at Big Horn Canyon last week. Here, the girls are pictured making their way up the State Line Trail at Big Horn Canyon. CHRISTY VAUGHN MILLER PoHt The Lovell Police Department received July 16: An officer gave a man a citation for the following calls for the week of July 13- open container after spotting him walking 20, 2010: down the road with an open 40-ounce beer. July 13: The LPD received a report of an July 17: Officers assisted a Lovell woman ongoing dispute between two individuals, to find a place to stay for the night after a An officer spoke to the parties involved and reported domestic dispute at a Lovell resi- told them to leave each other alone, dence. Officers are investigating a report ofJuly 19: LPD received a report that some threats being made involving juvenile kids had thrown a rock that hit a woman's subjects, dog. BY KARLA POMEROY 45 days to review and make to assess natural and man- Big Horn County's pre-recommendations. He said made hazards and vulner- distaster mitigation (PDM) rarely is a plan approvedabilities, and to identify plan has been submitted on first submission but by measures within which to to the Wyoming Office of having Wyoming's Home- mitigate those hazards." Homeland Security for re- land Security Office review The goals outlined in view, according to BHC it first they are hoping that the plan are as follows: Emergency Management there will be few changes ats Protect the health, Coordinator John Hyde. the federal level, safety and welfare of coun- Hyde said that the The PMD is designed toty populations. county entered into a con- identify needs for address- Ensure that local gov- tract with Katel)t 0reen in ing natural disasters such ernment operations will not November to update the as floods, earthquakes, tar- be significantly disrupted county's plan, which ex- nadoes and windstorms, by disasters. pired in 2008. The five-year According to the draft s When practical, part- plan is essential if the coun- Executive Summary of the her with contiguous coun- ty or municipalities want to plan, "Big Horn County in- ties or other political sub- seek matching federal lit- tends to reinforce its cam- divisions on measures to igation funds. He said any mitment to protect life and enhance or improve safe- federal mitigation funds property through scruti- ty of populations, prevent are a 75 percent-25 percent ny and revision of its 2003 damage to infrastructure, match. PDM Plan. The new versionand mitigate against nega- Boreen and the PMD of the plan identifies miti- tive economic impacts in committee held several gation measures to be tak- conjunction with identified public meetings around the en, guides the expenditure hazards or threats. county to gain input for the of funds and raises aware- s Expand or strengthen new plan. The first public hess about the importanceexisting systems and cape- meeting was in December. of taking personal and col- bilities to mitigate against Hyde said he was pleased lective (public and private) future property damage or with the participation, add- action to prevent and pre- loss of life. ing that much of it did come pare for reasonably foresee-* To improve emergen- from members of the coun- able disasters." cy preparedness. ty's Local Emergency Plan- It continues, "The mis- Increase the safety ning Committee. sion of the Big Horn County of emergency services re- He said one of the prob- Mitigation Plan is to pro- sponders, resources and cit- lems in Big Horn County is mote sound public policy izens in the mountainous getting participation from designedto protect citizens, regions of the county un- all nine incorporated cam- critical facilities, infrastruc- der extreme weather condi- munities. "We had good sup- ture, private property, the tions. port throughout though," local economy and the en- -Mitigate the potential he said. vironment from identifiedimpact of natural and man- Homeland Security willhazards." made disasters on infra- review the plan, hopefully In the plan, hazard lit- structure. quickly, and make recom- igation is defined as "any Mitigate the paten- mended changes, he said. action taken before, during, tial for.personal injury and Boreen will work in their or after a disaster to perma- loss of property from severe recommendations and then nently eliminate or reduce storms related to wind, rain the plan will be submitted the long-term risk to hu-and hail. to the Federal Emergen- man life and property from Mitigate the long- cy Management Agency. natural and technologicalterm and costly impacts of While the plan is being re- hazards." drought to agriculture and viewed by FEMA it will be The purpose of the plan tourism as a primary eco- available to the public at all is to "serve to assist public nomic base by improved the county libraries, officials and the citizens of water storage and water Hyde said FEMA has the involved jurisdictions distribution systems. Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook ,limate Almanac PUBLIC NOTICE Tri County Telephone Association, Inc. and TCT WEST, INC. provide the following basic telecommunications services throughout their designated serving areas: Recreation Outlook Single-party voice-grade service with connectivity to the public switched network; Local exchange service including local usage free of per-minute charges; Dual tone multi-frequency signaling; Single party revertive calling; Access to emergency services; Access to operator services; Access to directory assistance; Toll blocking, 900 number blocking, and extended community calling blocking options without charge to qualified low-income customers. Discounts are available to low-income customers who qualify for participation in Lifeline and Link-Up telephone assistance programs. For information concerning these programs; please call TCT at 1-800-354-2911 or 307-568-3357. Published: July 22, 2010 BIRTHS Michael D. Thorpe, 59, Spokane, Washington, We are interested in printing the births ofr seat belt violation, fined $25 North Big Horn County babies. Please call Eric Twomey, 22, seat belt violation, fined $25; and personally report these births by con- no insurance, fined $435 tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Brandon A. Muth, 29, Glendive, Montana, child Born to Annette and Brian George at the Pow- not in car seat, fined $60 ell Valley Hospital on July 16, 2010 at Ernest Workman, 46, 32 mph in a 20 mph 4:34 p.m., a baby boy, Cheston Lawrence zone, fined $94 George weighing 9 Ibs` 6 oz. His grand- Desiree C. Johnston, 19, improper backing, parents are Elden and Connie Sanders, fined $60 Ken and Sandy George and Lana Harris. Ashley D. Sexton, 46, seat belt violation, fined Born to Susan and Kai Brown at the Powell $25 Valley Hospital on July 17, 2010 at 1:50 Martin Borden, 14, battery, fined $660 p.m., a baby girl, Kaydee Belle Brown Michael Harvey, 18, no proof of insurance, weighing 8 Ibs. 3.5 oz. Her grandparents fined $410 are Elden and Connie Sanders of Byron Francis A. Lewis, 38, illegal U-turn, fined $60 and Jim and Nancy Brown of Powell. James A. Krei, 29, Powell, Wyoming, improper Born to Malia and Kyle McClure at the Powell moving trailer, fined $210 Valley Hospital on July 12, 2010 at 4:45 Brandon Bulanek, 18, driving under suspen:- a.m., a baby boy, Kenneth John McClure sion, failure to yield, fined $470 weighing 7 Ibs. 1 oz. His great-great- For speeding in a 30 mph zone: grandma is Allifair Manista, great-grand- William R. Flowers, 64, Manyfield, Tennessee, parents are Kenneth and Ginger Baum- 37 mph, fined $78 gartner, Don and Ruth Goller, Pierre and Mahmod Samman, 45, Houston, Texas, 40 Laska Schroemges` His grandparents are mph, fined $110 Ann Olsen, Linda Goller, Paul Latta, Lee Alice P. Shelley, 34, GreYbull, Wyoming, 39 and Ruby Harvey and Scott and Diana Oi- mph, fined $86 sen. Duane L. Brown, 57, Billings, Montana, 37 DEEDS mph, fined $78 Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn Feng Nang, 23, Los Angeles, California, 41 County Clerk's office recently were: mph, fined $114 Chds Joy and Mandy Joy to Jory A. Yates; Karen M. Aydnian, 24, Spring, Texas, 38 mph, Deaver Original Town Block 63 Lot 8 ($2), fined $62 9, 10and Lot 11 (N2) Ronald L. Hisel, McHenry, Illinois, 39 mph, Jaguar Inc., President David Banks to David fined $86 Banks and Michelle Banks; Cowley Odgi- Akbar Shakoor, 32, Charlottesville, Virginia, 38 nal Town Block 51 Lot 3 mph, fined $82 MUNICIPAL COURT Rebekah A. Van Horn, 45, Van Buran, Arkan- Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court sas, 38 mph, fined $82 before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Carrie E. Ruffing, 34, Worland, Wyoming, 38 Terry M. McDonald, 55, Troup, Texas, seat belt mph, fined $82 violation, fined $25 Jeffery V. Wilkerson, 49, Brookfleld, Missouri, Clint Gonka, 33, Worland, Wyoming, seat belt 38 mph, fined $82 violation, fined $25 Sarah R. Johnson, 37, 38 mph, fined $82 Glen Ray Robinett, 27, Cody, Wyoming, care- Joshua M. Nelson, 21, Seattle, Washington, less driving, fined $110 38 mph, fined $92 Errol D. Workman, Jr., 31, 34 mph in a 20 mph Individuals are local residents unless oth- zone, fined $98 erwise noted. The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- asking about options to deal with prob- lent responded to the following calls in lems involving her son, who is moving to the north end of Big Horn County for the the area from out of state. week of.JrUly 12-19, 2010: Del uties responded to a reported dis- July13. The Sheriffs Department received b between two subjects regarding a report of a possible prowler at a location water running over a ditch and possibly in Byron. Lovell police officers assisted be- causing damage to property. A ditch rid- cause deputies were busy with a south end er was contacted and responded to car- call. Officers were unable to locate anyone rect the problem. at the reported location, o-Deputies responded to a reported sin- Deputies responded to a report of a wa- gle-vehicle accident on Road 9 outside ter user and a ditch rider having an ar- of Lovell. Upon an investigation at the gument. A deputy talked with both par- scene, Eddie Hernandez was arrested for ties involved and they agreed to work on DUI and transported to jail in Basin. a civil resolution to the problem. July 15: Deputies arrested Willy Mumford July 14: A Lovell man reported he was be- and transported him to jail in Basin. The ing threatened harm by another man at a case has been sealed and no further infor- local bar. mation can be released, according to dis- Deputies received a report that a juve- trict court off~cials. nile female was out of control at a res- July 18: Deputies received a report from a idence in the north end of the county, person near Hwy. 14A about a person float- Deputies responded and transported the ing at Big Horn Lake in a small boat with juvenile to a group home for an emer-only one oar. Deputies responded and de= gency hold upon request from family, termined the man was floating in a kayak Deputies received a call from a parent with one double-sided paddle. Big Horn Long Range Thursday Saturday Sunday Sunny Summer sun and Mostly sunny, heat likely dry 87 / 60 County Friday Sunny, turning hot 90 / 61 94163 92 / 61 Forecast Monday Chance of thunderstorms 90 / 56 High pressure overhead will allow for very warm to hot temperatures now through the weekend. This weather pattern will also keep conditions dry as well. A weak upper level weather disturbance moving through late Sunday and Monday may trigger a few isolated thunderstorms. Significant precipitation however, is not expected. Lovell Greybull Record 24hr. Premp. 0.76" in 2004 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.45" in 1991 Jet Stream Forecast for 07/26 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Friday 5:55 AM 8:45 PM Sunday 5:57 AM 8:43 PM Natloaal Weather Sen/Ice Forecasts: http:llwww.crh.noaa.govlriw[index.htm -'" :" _--o. i i o . :el n Ra~rvoirs Storage (amre4~t) % of fl~ll pool Roe. Inflo. RN. Outflow Boysen 710912.0 95.9% 1333.6 cfs 2002.7 cfs Road end Travol - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Road and Travel on the web- ht~W~mt=.~r~.u=hvV~hla~w/tae_r~cLhtml DayWcather, Inc.wY 82001 www.oayweather.com Big Horn Lake - Water. sunscreen and sunglasses will be necessary items to have with you this weekend. The weather should stay storm free. Yellowstone National Park - It will be a sunny, warm start tc the weekend. Sunday will he warm too with perhaps a few more clouds and maybe a t-storm. Big Horn Mountains - July sunshine and warm temperatures will blanket the region this weekend. Thunderstorms are not anticipated. This week's forecast sponsored by l 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. i I - P~ ~q