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8 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 16, 2012 Bighorn National Forest archaeologist Bill Matthews of Lovell has been enjoying the beauty of Wyoming's High Country this summer. Above, wildflowers adorn Emerald Lake. At the right, a moose eyes the photographer. BILL MATTHEWS PHOTOS 6 TH CENT PROJECTS Cowley, $3,457,722, re- surface streets and install curbs and gutters on cor- ners of intersections. Deaver, $3,006,714, construct water transmis- sion and distribution line. Frannie, $1,898,222, repair or replace irriga- tion well and purchase a replacement for the town's existing pickup; and if re- maining funds are available demolish the old Legion building, landscape the site and pave or gravel the continued from page 1 parking lot; and construct a seasonal-use restroom in Fleming Park. Greybull, $2,601,343, participate with Big Horn County School District No. 3 in the construction or re- construction/remodel of a swimming pool; fund and operation and maintenance account for the pool. Lovell, $3,307,386, con- struct a museum building; construct restroom and concession facilities in the rodeo grounds; pave dirt streets within the town; and construct a cart barn at the municipal golf course. Manderson, $2,255,036, replace water lines and wa- ter tank. The question as posed is a 'Shall Big Horn Coun- ty be authorized to impose a 1 percent specific purpose sales and use excise tax ... for the specified purposes." Thus, a yes vote would sup- port the sales tax increase and a no vote does not sup- port the tax. PRIMARY ELECTION town council candidates will advance to the General, with two candidates per seat ad- vancing. In Lovell, only incum- bents Scott Allred and Brian Dickson filed for office, but there are three candidates for two seats in Byron (though all three will advance): Syd- ney Hessenthaler, Pamela Hopkinson and Todd Wilder. Cowley town council can- didates are Rob Johnson and Dexter Woodis for a pair of four-year seats and Dennis Woodward for a two-year seat. In Deaver, only Michael Beyer filed for office. In Frannie, Vance Peregoy is seeking a four- year seat on the council, while Brenda Kawano and Nadine Kreutzer are each seeking one of two two-year seats on the council. Candidates who survive continued from page I Tuesday's Primary will be joined in November by state- wide candidates nominated by other parties such as the Libertarian and Constitution parties, as well as local can- didates for school board, hos- pital board and other special district boards. The Bank of Lovell will host a Primary Election Par- ty Tuesday night beginning at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. here! Go to www.LovellChronicle.com and click on 'free e-edition trial; graphic at the top right! .,: starting at 8 am Suggestions? Shoot me an email at: lcads00@tctwest!, p yoU coast smoothly into the best years of your lifwith Medic'are supplements from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming. See what.we have for you. Go to WyomingSeniorBlue.com or call 888-274-9895. BlueCross BlueShield of Wyoming An independent licensee of the Blue Cress end Blue Shield Association T III IIm Join TCT at our Lovell office for Schwan's ice cream and treats! Enter to win a chest |reezefi 451 Shoshone Ave., Lovell 307-548-2275 www.tctwest.net Have a news tip? Contact the Lovell Chronicle ... 548-2217 or [cnewsOtctwest.net Chinese Entree SAT U R DAY & S U N DAY Aug. 18 & 19 Buyan 8-piece box of Chicken or larger and get l-lb. regular Potato or Macaroni salad FREE MONDAY, Aug. 20 Boneless Barbecue Chicken Chunks Sloppy Joe iAug, Red 9 E. Main Lovell