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www.LovellChronicle.com September 16, 2010 [ The Lovell Chronicle I 5 BRAD DEWRAUX Carlee Byrd shows off her skills at the Lovell Bike Rodeo Saturday, following a zigzagging chalk line through an obstacle course of cones. Byrd is a preschool student at Absorka Head Start. Missing kids found at home The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls for the week of Sept. 6-14, 2010: Sept. 6: The Sheriffs department received a report of an accident that occurred on For- est Road 17 on Sept. 5. The reporting party stated that several people involved did seek medical attention. The case is under investi- gation. ir Deputies are investigating a report of threats received by a Lovell-area resi- dent. Sept. 9: Deputies received a report of a sus- picious incident where an anonymous caller asked a Cowley man for his credit card infor- ntie oer the,p&one., Sept,i 10: The Sheriffs department notified the Wyoming Highway patrol of an accident involving an overturned beet truck on high- way 32 outside of Lovell. m- Forest Petty was arrested on an outstand- ing Big Horn County warrant and trans- ported to jail in Basin. Deputies mobilized with the north Big Horn County Search and Rescue Squad for a search following a report of two chil- dren missing from the Lovell area. Af- ter beginning the search and putting out a Reverse-911 message to homes in the area, the two children were located inside their parents' home. Sept. 12: Deputies received a report of an at- tempted break-m at the Yellowstone Tobacco Company. The case is under investigation. Superintendents to speak Monday Local school superintendents Dan Coe and Shon Hocker will be the featured speakers at the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce general membership meeting Monday. The superintendents will discuss the startup of school for the 2010-11 school year. The no host luncheon begins at noon at Lange's Kitchen in Lovell. Man cited after giving fake name The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Sept. 7-13, 2010: Sept. 7: Officers assisted North Big Horn Hospital with a Lovell subject who was threatening to harm himself. Sept, 10: A Lovell officer wrote a ticket to a motorist for no driver's license and warned him about other possible infractions. The officer later discovered the man had given him a false name during the stop, so a ci- tation for interference with a police officer was added. Sept. 11: The LPD assisted the Byron Po- lice Department with a report of a domestic dispute in Byron. After investigating at the scene, a Lovell officer gave one of the sub- jects involved a ride home for the night. Sept. 13: A Lovell officer responded to a traffic accident on East Seventh Street in Lovell. The officer determined that two vehicles had collided while Dennis Gif- ford was backing his Dodge Ram out of his driveway. The other vehicle involved was a 2001 Chevrolet pickup driven by Steven Muller. Officers responded to a report of some kids shooting bows and arrows near Ca- boose Park. The officer made contact and told the archers to head home. Powell Valley Healtkcare welcomes Climate Almanac Normals for 09/16 to 09/20 General Surgeon Nathaniel Me Rieb, MaD. >\> Wyoming native from Chugwater >\> University of Wyoming graduate > Completed medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine >\> Completed residency at Basset Heahhcare in Cooperstown, New York Recreation Outlook PoweU Valley Healthcare Compassionate Quality Care www.pvhc.org i iiii : i iii For appointments, please call 307-754-7257 or toll-free at 888-284-9308 On record MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Ryan David Heidekrueger and Nicole Cathe- rine Heineman, both of Basin BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by contact- ing the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Lacy Hansen and Matt Freeman at the Powell Valley Hospital on September 7, 2010 at 1:45 a.m., a baby girl, Kyndell Ann Freeman, weighing 6 Ibs. 15 oz. Her grandparents are Shelly and Jim Koepp and Leah Shepherd. Great-grandparents are Bill and Bonnie Fossen and Patricia Shepherd Calvin L. Thompson, 74, broken windshield, fined $150 Elizabeth V. Hecker, 62, Red Lodge MT, speed- ing 29 mph in a 20 mph zone Drew R. Thackeray, 20, minor in possession of alcohol, second offense, fined $410 ($100 suspended) Veronica F. Briseno, 32, Gillette, WY, illegal u- turn, fined $70 Travis J. Bentz, 20, Shepherd MT, cracked windshield, fined $70 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Judith A. Schuch, 71, Jackson Me, 44 mph, fined $125 Robert S. Meinecke, 65, Cody WY, 36 mph, fined $94 Keith P. Helget, 40, Clearwater MN, 38 mph, fined $107 Michael G. Brown, 16, 38 mph, fined $102 DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Retco, Inc., Jason H. Jolley to Heritage FLP; T56N R96W SW4SE4, NW4SE4, NE- 4SW4 (Part) Sec. 12 Trustco Management Inc., President Dan Kennedy to Lovell Bible Church; Lovell Original Town Block 18 Lot 1 (Part), Lot 2 (Part) LaMoine Sorenson to Donald G. Wenstrom and Rose L. Wenstrom; Deaver Original Town Block 35 Lot 17 Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Trustee Norman Hoffman Jr., Hoffman Family Revocable Trust dated May 26, 1998 to Norman Hoffman Jr.; Lovell Steve McAr- thurAddition Lot 14, T56N R96W Sec. 15 (Part) Lot 1 Jane S. Keil to Steven G. Keil; T56N R96W (see instrument) MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Lloyd F. Love, 63, no insurance, fined $410 Eric W. Twomey, 22, no insurance, fined $410 Eric W. Twomey, 22, no insurance, fined 410 Eric W. Twomey, 22, failure to appear, fined $110 CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Hat- rington recently were: Robert Johnston, 16, minor in possession of alcohol, fined $238 Moroni W. Steed, 27, no valid driver's license, fined $100 Jerry L.W. Kisar, 26, driving while license sus- pended, cancelled or revoked, fined $420 ($200 suspended) Latasha Schlenker, 26, left side mirror re- quired, fined $60 Ellary J. Kelly, 50, no vehicle registration, fined $60 Marsha K. Lee, 25, 77 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $238 Martin J. Anderson, 22, 57 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $128 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Carlos A. Ancheta, 51, 84 mph, fined $97 Marion F.D. Hesse, 22, 75 mph, fined $70 Chank Gyu Lee, 34, 75 mph, fined $70 Cindy L. Cornell, 46, 84 mph, fined $97 Emily A. Scwahn, 18, 88 mph, fined $109 Moroni We Steed, 27, 74 mph, fined $57 Loft R. Isack, 51,79 mph, fined $82 Joshua D. Kiser, 22, 76 mph, fined $73 Individuals are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. Russian knapweed cost.share program available BY KARLA POMEROY Big Horn County Weed and Pest announced it is conducting a Russian knapweed cost-share pro- gram again this year. Weed and Pest Super- visor Ruth Richards said Russian knapweed is a nox- ious weed, a deeply rooted perennial that responds well to fall treatment be- cause the plant translo- cates down to its root sys- tem to prepare for winter. The noxious weed is ag- gressive and outcompetes native grasses for space in pastures, thus reducing pasture output. She said it becomes the only plant in the area and animals are "multi-plant" species. Weed and Pest recom- mends three types of her- bicides that are safe for pastures. She said the her- bicides take out brbadleaf: plants like Russian knap*b weed but leaves grasses alone. The cost-share pro- gram has Weed and Pest providing 80 percent of the cost of the herbicide or the labor. Richards said they have backpack sprayers or ATV sprayers available for no-cost rental. If residents are un- sure if a plant is Russian knapweed, Weed and Pest will make a free site visit to identify the plants, or a sample can be brought in to the Weed and Pest office on Highway 310. A cost-share program is also available for Cana- da thistle, with treatment recommended from now Jntil a hard-killing frost. ! ,i Richards said this is', also a good time for resi- dents to develop plans for attacking regrowth of Rus- sian olive trees that have been treated. She said Weed and Pest will work with residents to develop plans and budget for treat- ment. Re-growth treatment is for plants five feet or short- er following mechanical re- moval. For more informa- tion on these or any nox- ious weed treatments or cost-share programs con- tact Weed and Pest at 765- 2855. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday A mix of sunshine and clouds 83 / 48 Friday Scattered showers possible 70 / 46 Saturday Increasing sunshine, comfortable 72 / 46 il|*, i: [*] I ,i;a-'4i,uli p|.|i The weather will be a mixed bag for the end of the week and start of the weekend. Expect sunshine and clouds, with a chance of afternoon scattered showers, especially on Friday afternoon. Sunshine will become the dominant weather feature for Saturday and Sunday, with comfortable temperatures in the 70s. Lovell H Record High/Low 94 in 1959, 20 in !983 Record High/Low 95 in 2000, 271n 2003 Average p, Record 24hr. Precip. 0.94" in 1996 Record 24hr. Precip. 1.56" in 2004 Jet Stream Forecast for 09/20 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise suneet I Friday 6:55 AM 7:20 PM Sunday 6:57 AM 7:16 PM National Wmlther Service Forecam: htt p://www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm Sunday A pleasant day 78 / 48 Monday Mostly sunny 74 / 41 vtv/:.l :( =;. [e I[e]1111 [eIe]: ....... -'x\\;:':. ,,,\\;-.,. 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