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8 I The Lovell Chronicle I September 11, 2014 i:i:ii!::!:: !::!:ii:!:!:!!!!:i:!i!!i!:!:i!i!:!:i:!ii! PATti CARPENTER Lovell town employee Ed Allred is chatting with another individual at the scene of a downed power line near the Lovell Community Center on Thursday, Sept. 4. Downed trees cause black out Some tree cutting equipment struck a power line near the Lovell Com- munity Center on Thurs- day, Sept. 4, just after 8 a.m., leaving most of the town out of power for the better part of an hour. For- tunately, no one was in- jured during the incident, but ambulance and fire personnel were dispatched to the scene just in case their services were needed. A meeting of the Wy- oming Joint Legislative Committee on Labor, Health and Social Ser- vices was in progress at the nearby Lovell Commu- nity Center at the time, but continued its business in the dark, without the benefit of microphones. Museum board to move forward BY DAVID PICK The effort to build a museum in Lovell is mov- ing ahead. After appearing before both the Lovell Area Cham- ber of Commerce Board Monday and the Lovell Town Council Tuesday, the Lovell Museum Board has decided to continue work- ing toward construction of a museum in the Lovell area. Board members Rich Fink and Karen Spragg told the town council Tues- day night that, in light of the defeat of the museum district in the Aug. 19 pri- mary election, the muse- um is pulling away from the Byron, Cowley, Deaver and Frannie areas and will return to its original focus area of Lovell-Kane. The board has also returned the name of the museum back to Lovell-Kane Museum from the name North Big Horn County Museum and Historical Center, which it had gone to prior to the election. Fink thanked the coun- cil for their support and asked the basic question: "Should we go on, or should, we quit?" "Keep going," Council- man Brian Dickson said. "We'll-figure out a way." Councilman Scott Allred noted that the muse- um board members have a passion for the project and should continue on. "We want to go ahead," Fink said, adding that the board wants to proceed carefully. "We can get a grant for a building," he said, "but if we don't have the money to support it, we don't want it to fall back on you." Fink noted that he and Spragg spoke to the cham- ber of commerce board Monday about continuing the relationship with the chamber to share the down- town visitor center, which both entities have agreed is mutually beneficial, giving the museum board a place to display artifacts and work and keeping the visi- tor center open during the afternoon. "We're talking to the chamber about building new display cases that could be moved out when we get a building," Fink said. "We'll need to go through you, them and Lo- retta (Bischoff, the build- ing owner). We may try an- other mill levy (in just the Lovell area). We didn't do a good job telling people what it would cost. It would be a smaller area, and it would be our area. Spragg thanked Cham- ber Secretary Jackie Hein- ert, saying that she is "fun and great and makes it easy to be down there." Spragg said a mother and daugh- ter spent two hours at the chamber building Tuesday looking through albums and seeking history on the Internet. "Our board is ready to go forth and do whatever it takes," Fink said. "We don't want to lose anymore histo- ry. We will go forward." Allred urged the pair to not take the district de- feat as a referendum on the museum itself, say- ing that most people sup- port the museum even if they didn't like the idea of a tax. Fink noted that the mill levy doesn't have to be a full mill, either, and could be three-quarters, a half or a quarter mill. Mayor Bruce Morrison noted that the council has considered a request from Chamber President Craig Trumbull to reduce the rent on the chamber building to the museum board from its current $100 a month. "We'd love it," Fink said. "We could use the money for display cases and oth- er things. But we know you give us money, too, so we'd be kind of trading money." Fink said the muse- um board is looking into a storage shed that could be used by both the muse- um and the chamber, and he said the chamber is wel- come to use the board's col- or printer. Join us for the Lowell Walk To End Alzheimer's Saturday, Sept. 20 from 8-10 am North Big Horn Senior Center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Join us September 20 for our Walk To End Alzheimer's! Walk to End Alzheimer's Quilt Raffle Tickets: $1 ea. or 6/$5 Walk Sept. 20 at the Senior Center. Need not be present to win. Good Luck! 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