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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 16, 2012 Hoffman opening clinic on Main ,Street BY KARLA POMEROY Dr. David Hoffman of Lovell will be opening Hoffman Snyder TLC (Tender Loving Care) next month on Main Street in Lovell. The office space adjacent to Yel- lowstone Chiropractic is currently un- der renovation by Ran Doughty. Heft- man said he hopes to have the office at 229 East Main open next month. He has not set definitive hours until he knows what the demand will be from his patients. "Ran Doughty is the guy doing the real work and has my confidence to provide a clinic space that is spacious and comforting," Hoffman said. Betty Snyder and Cresta Pe- terson, both LPNs, will "provide the TLC," Heft- man said. Lois Adey will be the reception- ist and bookkeeper. H o f f - Dr, David Hoffman man said, "Among us we have an embarrassing number of years of experience and de- sire to take excellent care of you and your family. Our goal extends beyond providing the best personal, private and professional service; we will con- tinue to treat you as the neighbors, friends and family you are." Hoffman Snyder TLC will provide primary and family care, and Heft- man will be providing inpatient and outpatient surgery at North Big Horn Hospital as well as minor surgery in the office. "This 'second' chance would not be possible without help from above and Wendy and Ross Fuller, who have turned words into deeds," Hoffman said. More than 300 students lined up for free sports physicals at the North Big Horn Hospital Clinic last week. The physicals were provided for free by the hospital district. PATTI CARPENTER PHOTO More than 300 students line up for free sports physicals BY PATTI CARPENTER On Thursday and Fri- day of last week North Big Horn Hospital gave free sports physicals to 256 students, in addition to about 100 that were given free physicals in June. "The number of free physicals-was up a little this year, but we usually do around 300 to 350 to- tal over the three days," said hospital spokesper- son Janet Koritnik. "We have offered this commu- nity service for students in Big Horn County School Districts One and Two for the last 10 years, proba- bly longer. It's just one of the community services NBHH District provides. There is no grant to offset the cost." The physicals are re- quired by the Wyoming High School Activities as- sociation for any student who wishes to partici- pate in any of the school's sports programs. Harvey speaks in Canada about health insurance exchange ' House District No. 2 !:; nd vast distances with conducted by the HIE Steer. meaning that their assets' iRep. Elaine Harvey spoke ' :fw large population cen- ing Committee, co-chaired are not protected and they recently at a symposium on health insurance exchang- es in Canada. Harvey is the chairman of the Wyo- ming Legislature's Labor, Health and Social Services Committee. The event was held in connection with the annual conference of the Council of State Governments West in Edmonton, Alberta, July 19 - 23. The CSG-West is a con- sortium of western states and Canadian provinces. The emphasis has generally been on energy, trade and education, but this year health was added as a topic of interest. Harvey's program was titled, "Health insurance exchanges aren't affordable in Wyoming." She cited the census data regarding Wy- amines small population ters, the state's annual me- dian household income of $53,800, which is higher than the national average, and a population of 9.8 per- cent living below poverty compared to 13.8 percent nationally. There are 41,722 jobs that were sole-proprietor based in 2009. According to the latest data available, that includes people who own their own business and do not employ others. There are 20,360 small businesses that hire a total of 214,715 employees. Neither of these groups includes farming/ ranching establishments. According to Harvey, it is likely that these groups along with farmers and ranchers will be the ones to shop for health insurance through an exchange. A recent actuarial study by Representative Harvey and Senator Bill Landon of Casper, stated that a fed- erally compliant exchange would raise the cost of health insurance in the in- dividual and small employer market by 30 to 40 percent. Harvey estimated that 87,000 people in Wyoming are uninsured and many more are underinsured, 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:00 am Worship Service 10:15 am Bible Study Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod could easily lose their abil- ity to pay medical bills even with insurance. Other presentations in- cluded Dr. Norm Thurston, Director of Health Reform Implementation coordina- tor, of Utah, who talked about their private based exchange that has had a hard time getting off the ground. Louell flssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho flue, Loueg Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 Be ready wffh tJ/ t,,tllJ .Qi/. Facial Pediure'Manicure i ! 1 Hair. Massa()..waxing _ .. ;0,  Acrylic  240 1/2 East Main (alley}, Lovell 548-2458 /- ' [ Open Wednesday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm   ' Nni0W Reanous Mclntosh Henderson June 9, 1924 - Aug. 12, 2012 Funeral services for Reanous McIntosh Hen- derson will be held at 10 a.m. Aug. 17 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints in Burlington. There will be a viewing at 9 a.m. He died Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, at the West Park Hospital Long-Term Care Center in Cody. Reanous was born June 9, 1924, in Burlington on the family farm to Mary McIntosh and David Mon- roe Henderson. He was the sixth of eight children. His mother died when he was 5 and his father raised the children. Reanous attend- ed school in Burlington and worked with his father on the family farm after he graduated. At age 36, he served for 2 years as an LDS missionary in Nor- way. He married Merla Wardell LaFollette, a wid- ow with six children, on July 31, 1964. They had two more children. He farmed and worked as wa- ter commissioner on the Greybull River. Reanous was an ac- tive member of the com- munity and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was a member of the school board for many years. In the LDS Church, he served as a counselor to the bishop, as the Ot- to-Burlington Ward bish- op, as a high councilman and in other teaching and leadership positions. After he retired, he and his wife served an LDS temple mis- sion in Washington, D.C. He loved family gather- ings, camping and hunting, gardening, reading and vis- iting with neighbors. His parents, three brothers, David Ira (Rip), Carlos and Mari- on (Mern), and two sis- ters, Marie Jones and June Smith, preceded Reanous in death. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Merla. Other survivors include a brother, Mark Hender- son of Springville, Utah; a sister and her husband, Helen and Don Porter of Bountiful, Utah, and his eight children and their spouses, Linnie and Jody Neves of Burlington, Ly- nette and Randy Johnson of Idaho Falls, Mary and Allan Howard of Burling- ton, Lester and Lynette LaFollette of Williston, N.D., Janet LaFollette of Cheyenne, Judy and Lynn Wiles of Burlington, Al- bert and Karen Henderson of Burlington and Sue and Kent Anderson of Greybull. Reanous and Merla have 45 grandchildren, 83 great- grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter. He will be buried in the Burlington Cemetery. il iiill - ii :l:l:: ' :1: ::l ::rrlr ....... rl Please submit obituaries to us via e-mail: Icnews@tctwest.net; fax: 307-548-2218; or bring to our office at  ........ 234 E. Main St., LoVell Wy'mJng ::"' " The Bible Churc00h ] Worship Service  Prayer ? pro| 9:00 am lL Rev. Kurt McNabb| Sunday School 1 10:30 am  56 E. Main I 6Biblepm Lesson  Loven J Foith Southern Boptist  Church o, 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell Pastor Michael McKnight 548-6561 Services: Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm Serving Northern A./,e Big Horn County II United / I II/e'hd*'s' [ | I./. II lak ,.00lJ 1[(7 II "at the corYn:rr: v / Park & Shoshone, Lovell | J Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday - 11:30 am Thursday - 12 noon Reverend Glenn Whewell ,.,,..,...,.. r- BrNe In 754-S133 rlen00 Showtimeg:OOpmordark  L SHC /ING Aug. 17-Aug. 20. Friday thru Monday lrCi..Gil " ,,,PG GON'I'IN.lg'I'/kI DRIFT FUNDRAISER FRIDAY NIGHT Therm0polis Big Horn River  " . FISHING .... ;: ...... :, " ........... g v > :DERBY. .... OCt: 12 & 13 Limited to 8 two-person teams First come, first serve Entry fee $1,200 per team Includes two days of blue ribbon fishing, drift boat, experienced guide, meals, lodging and awards banquet Fundraising event to benefit the preservation and improvement of the Big Horn River. For more information call: (307)86-2348 For info and entry forms visit: http://thermopolis.com/event/thermopolis-big-horn-river-fly-fishing-derby/ 548"7021www.hyarttheater.com Continental Drift Rated PG 94 minutes Friday, Aug. 17 7 pm Saturday, Aug. 18 3&7pm Coming soon: The Dark Knight Rises