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September 6, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 7 coming to her as a friend asking her "on behalf of some board members." She added that Casey Sorenson had no idea about the re- quest and that the request was made in front of Coun- ty Maintenance Supervisor Fred Werner. "That's all I will say at this point," she said. Carrizales at one point began to discuss what hap- pened Thursday when Flit- ner told him it was unnec- essary at this time. Ewen asked to also clear up another matter re- lated to the meeting and the resignation request. He said he received a copy of an email on Aug. 9 in which a citizen, whom he did not name made complaints about the county fair. In the letter the citizen asked for the resignation of the fair manager. "I wrote this letter in re- sponse, "Deb, hang in there OK. There will never be a fair that does not end up stick with their candidate until they are released by the candidate such as del- egates for Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry and the like. Most of those released voted for Romney. Only Ron Paul refused to release his delegates, Tip- petts noted. During the nomination phase of the convention, however, only Romney was nominated, so when dele- gates declared for Paul, the votes were not announced by the record keeper. Tippetts noted that when each state declares its delegates for the nominee, the speaker gets to put in a plug for his or her state, and in the case of Wyoming it was Gov. Mead who gave "a nice spiel" for Wyoming Tuesday night, Wednes- day and Thursday were - lcd speakers, and excellent, Tip, pbttq aid. "It was phenomenal," he said. "Everyone who was anybody spoke It was just fabulous. "I sensed a great deal of with someone who is dissat- isfied. There are too many things going on with too many people I think you and your new board did a stellar job with your first fair. You now have the experience and knowledge to make next year even better." He said on Monday he received a notice that had been removed from the front door of the Food Farm in Greybull. The notice stat- ed that the fair board would be asking for Schnitzmei- er's resignation at Mon- day's meeting and included the email letter Ewen had written. The notice states that Carrizales asked for her resignation on Thursday and that she would not be resigning and asked for people to come and support her and the fair at Mon- day's meeting. Ewen said, "This no- tice, as it reads, it appears I wrote this entire message. I did not. I have no knowl- unity and great support for Mitt Romney, and it grew and grew and grew over the three days." In one major sense, the convention was extremely successful, Tippetts said. "I think what the con- vention accomplished was to allow people to get to know Mitt Romney," he said "For the most part peo- ple knew him only as a very successful businessman who wants to be president. But throughout the pro- cess we really got to know him as a man who has been really, really successful in many other ways than his business career. "He and his siblings had to work and accomplish things on their own. Mitt took his inheritance and gave it away. The fortune he has he made on his own, and his boys have been raised the same way." One of the most enjoy- able aspects of the conven- tion was having breakfast each morning with the oth- er members of the Wyoming delegation. continued from page 1 edge of this. It was done without my permission and without my knowledge and I wish to disassociate my- self from this notice" Hinman said the com- missioners have a hard time getting people to vol- unteer for the county board. He said, "If they want to make a decision I think it's up to them. If they want to hold off and talk to the county attorney, that's fine, but whatever the board de- cides, I'm going to stand be- hind the board." Ewen said, "I support what Scotty just said, also. We have put you in position to make these decisions and I intend to support you." He said the board could change the motion to sus- pend Schnitzmeier and seek the advice of the coun- ty attorney before proceed- ing. After some help on par- liamentary procedure from Paintrock FFA Advisor Jar- ed Boardman, the board amended the original mo- tion to suspend Schnitzmei- er and it was approved with Sorenson voting against. Carl Nielsen suggested Flitner and Carrizales meet with the county attorney and Sorenson said he would like to attend the meeting. Just prior to the vote a gentleman in the audience asked if they could know why the board was sus- pending Schnitzmeier and Carrizales said not at this time, pending an opinion on the public hearing issue. Carrizales said anyone needing to contact the fair office can leave a message at the fair office number at 568-2968. It will be checked regularly. Residents can also contact Carrizales at 272-6801. There were about 20 people in attendance at the meeting, which includ- ed the two commissioners, Hallman, 4-H Educator Gretchen Gasvoda-Kelso, Extension Educator Dallen Smith and Boardman. continued from page 1 "It was fun to get to know Governor Mead, and Senators Enzi and Barrasso and Representative Lum- mis were there a lot and mingled with us. She (Lum- mis) was a delegate. There were some great discus- sions. They're good people." The highlight of the many speeches for Tippetts was the speech by Ann Romney describing the man she has known and loved for many years. "She was extremely well received," he said. "It was the real beginning of 'OK, that's who Mitt Rom- ney is, the humanization of Mitt, so to speak. "Second (best speech) was Mitt Romney himself, third Paul Ryan (Romney's vice presidential running mate)." And what did people learn about Mitt Romney? "He really is a regular guy who loves his family, played with his kids, helped his neighbor, looked after people in need down the street and still had time to make money in his spare time," Tippetts said. "There were people around me who supported him but didn't really know him that well. It just floored them finding out the kind of person he re- ally is." One side note to the convention is that the Wy- oming delegation at times wore T-shirts and hats that declared support for Wyo- ming's energy industry. "It seems as if the Obama Administration has declared war on the ener- gy industry," Tippetts said, "particularly coal." Priced SUPPLIES Powell ice Supply 265 N. Bent, Powell, WY 754-4145 ,.d, gelcolor Pedicure Manicure byOPl Hair Massage | | Waxing | | Acrylic Nails OPI COLOR AT THE SPEED OF UGHT | | FeathersSHINE4NTENS.~ SHAOES | | ....................... 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Coe said that adjust- ments are being made to the curriculum to better prepare students for that particular aspect of the test. Parents may notice a more advanced level of math- ematics in the homework their children bring home as a result in the change in the curriculum. Exceptional gy care Right here in the heart of the Big Horn Basin DR. PAUL LAVEAU Located at Powell Valley Clinic Bldg. B 777 Ave H in Powell P qwel! Valley Clinic: Mon., Tues., & Wed. tiealthcare Compassionate Quality Care ......................... i ~.,~ i i ,;: ii : A special to the these businesses and the 515+ people who made the LovelI-Kane Museum Fundraiser a huge success. Valley Flowers & Gifts Cheri Bischoff Sam Spragg Greenhouse Gardens Brad & Colleen TippeRs Rex & Betty Hubbell Pizza on the Run ]err), 6. Anita LaFleiche Town of Lovell David Peck Lovell Building Center Minchow's Service Gary & Helen Young Ken & Shana Bartle Jason Beal Tom & Sharon Cornwall Jerry & Cathy Ewen Annella Prosser ]he Hen House Bank of Lovell Elaine Good Big Horn Engraving First Bank of Wyoming Bret Marchant Lovell Drug Queen Bee Gardens Stone Quest/Janet Mickelson Tonya Cornwall Maria Lovell Vogt Pepsi Cola North Big Horn Senior Center Red Apple Supermarket Colleen Wagner Lovell Woman's Club Switchback Grill Gracie's Backdoor Spa Wayne Spragg Haskell's Furniture & Flooring Western Sugar Company Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Patti Carpenter Art & Judy Schatz iii~ Minchow s Food Court Dorothy Nelson Cherie Trautman Lorece Doerr Mike & Peg Snell Ed Allred Ken Blackburn That Place Big Horn Federal Savings Bank ]anice Fink Larry Slater Dave Frame John Allred & Allred Family Band Dean Miller Lisa Lovell Zayac Kathy Leonhardt Grover & Joy Howe All the ladies who served and took Ralph & Deb Fink Brandin' Iron care of the kitchen And everyone who supported and attended the LovelI-Kane Area Museum Fundraiser. Area Museum Board ....... Rich Fink Peg Snell Sharon Cornwall Jeff Pearson 6rover Howe Betty Hubbell Karen Spragg i