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September 24, 2015 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 COURTESY PHOTO Two crash victims were seriously injured during a rollover crash of a pickup truck driven by an unlicensed driver on a dirt road off of Highway 37 near Horseshoe Bend on Sunday afternoon. II BY PATrl CARPENTER Two crash victims were transported to the hospital following a rollover crash of a pickup truck driven by an unlicensed driver on a dirt road off of Highway 37 near Horseshoe Bend on Sunday afternoon. Sheriffs deputies, the Lovell Fire Department and an ambulance from North Big Horn Hospi- tal responded to a call re- porting a rollover crash at around 2:30 p.m. Upon ar- rival deputies found a bad- ly wrecked Ford pickup truck owned by 18-year-old Cody Fausett of Greybull. An injured girl was found near the vehicle, appearing to have been ejected during the crash. Though the sheriffs of- fice declined to release the name of the .girl, citing that she is a minor, the Lovell Chronicle learned from oth- er sources that the girl is 14-year-old Alexis Lujan, a freshman at Lovell High School. According to Sher- iff Ken Blackburn, the girl was taken by medical heli- copter to a hospital in Bill- ings due to serious inju- ries sustained in the crash. Fausett was transported by ground to North Big Horn Hospital. Blackburn said both appeared to have very serious injuries. Lujan had facial injuries, including what appeared to be miss- ing teeth. Two other individuals, Jesse Pine, 18, and anoth- er male, 17, were with the pair at the time, traveling on the same dirt road in a separate vehicle. Initially, Fausett and the two young men from the other vehi- cle told investigating depu- ties that the wrecked vehi- cle was driven by Fausett, but later changed their sto- ry admitting Lujan, an un- licensed driver, was at the wheel during the crash. "At first they tried to lie about who was driving," said Blackburn. "When evi- dence at the scene indicat- ed otherwise, they admit- ted the girl was driving." Blackburn expressed concern that the boys lied and said all three world be charged with interfereace. "Young people need to understand that we will have zero tolerance for in- terfering with the investi- gation of a serious accident like this," said Blackburn. Blackburn noted that it was barely a year ago that a young girl was killed in a crash under very sim- ilar circumstances near Burlington. "I find it very disturb- ing that this 14-year-old girl was out there with three older boys driving like that," said Blackburn. "Driving on a dirt road can be very tricky for an inex- perienced driver. It's eerie how similar this was to the accident that took the life of a girl near Burlington a year ago. The circumstanc- es were almost identical and that girl lost her life. I think this girl is very lucky to have survived this." He said the Lujan will be charged with driving without a license and Fau- sett will be charged for al- lowing an unlicensed driver behind the wheel. "We want kids to have fun, but we also want them to be safe," said Blackburn. "We want them to enjoy themselves, but we want them to enjoy life, too. "It takes a certain skill set to drive on dirt roads. Obviously she didn't have those skills and overcorrect- ed and lost control. It's like driving a 4,000-pound bul- let. You have to know what you're doing and there are ways to learn that safely." From Our Files Loretta Bischoff Outstanding Young Woman 100 Years Ago, Sept. 24, 1915 The Cowley Weekly Progress Editorial: Nothing in the way of public im- provement was ever at- tempted in any communi- ty but there were a bunch of knockers to try to belit- tle the efforts of those who have the moral stamina to stand up for the town's progress. But in the end the booster prevails. It will be so with the proposed light plant. IT WILL BE INSTALLED tho' all hell conspires against it and don't you forget it. 75 Years Ago, Sept. 26, 1940 The Lovell Chronicle First benefits of the new oiled streets are be- coming noticeable with the fall rains. Less mud is car- ried onto the Main Street from the side streets and less absence of dust. At the start of beet harvest next week trucks will be re- quired to use the first street north of Main Street, and freight and transport vans will also be shunted to that street on their noisy trip through town. 50 Years Ago, Sept. 23, 1965 The Lovell Chronicle Miss Loretta Bischoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Bischoff, has been se- lected to appear in the 1966 edition of Outstanding Young Women of America. Guidelines for selection are unselfish service to others, charitable activities, com- munity service, profession- al excellence, business ad- vancement and civic and professional recognition. 25 Years Ago, Sept. 20, 1990 The Lovell Chronicle Deacon John Aloi- sio and his wife Marlene are bringing something new to St. Joseph's Cath- olic Church in Lovell. He is the first deacon to head the church here and is one of only two deacons in Wy- oming. Aloisio said, "My appointment reflects the changing nature of the ad- ministration of the Catho- lic community in Wyoming. There is a far greater em- phasis on the full partici- pation of each member of the community, not only in worship, charity and com- munity action but in the management of the long term and daily goals." His official title is Reverend Mr. John Aloisio, but he is called Deacon John. ig Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Sunny Precip Chance: 0% Friday Sunny Precip Chance: 0% 88 / 53 83 / 50 Saturday Mostly Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 87 / 52 Sunday Mostly Sunny Precip Chance: 5% 78 / 50 Monday Mostly Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 75 / 49 I WEATHER JOURNAL Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by [Sept, 9 78 47 O0 s /s t.to78 46 oo [,Sept, 11 84 44 O0 ~rSt B~ [Sept. 13 86 53 O0 | Big t~'n kal~ ~1:&b~.9 & L ere YOU are FIRST! BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by contacting the Chronicle at 548-2217, DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Hom County Clerk's of- fice recently were: Charles A. Hessenthaler and Amy D. Hessenthaler to Tyler J. Redding and Kacee Redding; Byron Original Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 7. Vincent McCollam to Vincent McCollam and San- dy M. McCollam; Sec. 21, Lot 65B, T56N R97W. Dean Bassett Walker and Lewis Bassett Walk- er to Brenda Clark; Lovell Highland Subdivision, Lots 7, 8, Block 8. Joseph W. Cronk Sr. to Joseph Andrade and Eri- ca Andrade; Sec. 18, Lot 6, Sec. 19, Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, T57N R97W. Quit Claim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's of. rice recently were: Frederick R. Morris and Sandra R. Morris to Sandra R. Morris; Cowley Original Town, (Part) Lot 3, Block 60. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- nicipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gains recently were: Jesse Pine, Lovell, 18, sale and use of tobacco by a minor, $35. Joyce Rounds, Lovell, 79, careless driving, $110. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Ju- dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn County before Judge Thomas Harrington recently were: Lisa M. Bose, born in 1965, no seat belt, driver, $25. Edward R. Rodriguez, Lovell, pleaded guilty to DUI: third offense within 10 years, 180 days jail with 150 suspended, three years su- pervised probation, $1,115. Justin Jon Johnstone, Basin, pleaded guilty to do- mestic battery: first offense, $290. Ken R. Gilbert, Red Lodge, Mont., pleaded guilt); to reckless endangering, 120 days jail time with 117 suspended, 10 months unsu- pervised probation, $390. Miguel Garcia, Lovell, failure to carry and exhibit driver's license on demand, $50, no left side mirror, $10. Miguel Garcia, Lovell, vehicle registration re- quired, $70. RObert A. Ellis, Maple- ton, Utah, improper or ex- pired tags, $110. Mona L. Averett, Lovell, no seat belt: driver, $25. Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Hoby D. Hogue, Big Tim- ber, Mont., $104. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Ryan F. Carson, Phila- delphia, $109. Nereida Woods, Shep- herd, Mont., $100. Pamela K. Zimmer, Casper, $60. David O. Enos, Rapid City, S.D., $70. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Charlene M. Kai, Taco- ma, Wash., $84. Rebecca 1. Brooks, Voor- hees, N.J., $75. - Michael I. Brence, Boze- man, Mont., $88. Darshit R. Thakkar, Schaumburg, Ill., $117. David M. Robins, Madi- son Heights, Mich., $158. Reid Martin, West Ches- ter, Ohio, $109. Logan A. Parker, Burl- ington, $91. Douglas G. Stafford, Greybull, improper passing, $60. Samuel Garcia, Gillette, $103. Glen S. Hopkinson, Bry- on, $76. Donald J. Hibbert, Burl- ington, $70. Kathleen M. Shotsberg- er, Park Ridge, Ill., $114. April D. Skoda, Worland, $69. Fowler H. Lowl Cum- ming, Ga., $102. John P. Milam, Jackson, Miss., $75. Stevie R. Jones, Otto, $97. Stephen R. Malm, San Jose, Calif., $85. Sheriff's Report The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of Sept. 14 - 21: Sept. 15: A Lovell resident reported that her husband, who works in Cowley, had not returned home from work. The man was located following a search by deputies and concerned citizens. Sept. 17: A concerned parent asked depu- ties to run a check on a vehicle that was "gifted" to her son. The vehicle checked out OK. Sept. 18: Evan Keith Scheetz of Lovell was arrested on a probation violation. Sept. 19: A concerned motorist reported a boy who appeared to be around 7 or 8 years old walking along the highway near Deaver. The boy was found and reunited with his family. Sept. 20: Deputies stood by during a civil matter in Byron. Note: The calls listed above were re- ceived by the Big Horn County Sheriffs Of- rice. Persons arrested are presumed inno- cent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. Police Report Police investigate The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Sept. 15 -21. Sept. 15: Police investigated a report of activity at an abandoned home in Lovell. No one was at the residence when police arrived. Police investigated a report of prescrip- tion drugs taken from an unlocked ve- hicle. Sept. 19: A motorist complained about a group of children shining a laser light into the eyes of motorists as they drove by. Po- lice could not locate the children. Shirley Walthall of Ralston was arrest- ed for DUI and transported to Big Horn activity at abandoned house County Detention Center after crashing her vehicle into a parked car. Sept. 20: Alex Rodriquez was arrested on a bench warrant for bond revocation. A resident complained of loud music coming from another residence. Sept. 21: A citizen complained about a parking dispute with a neighbor. Police spoke to the parties involved. Note: The calls listed above were re- ceived by the Lovell Police Dept. Persons arrested are presumed innocent until prov- en guilty in a court of law and charges made upon initial arrest may be amend- ed or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell, WY ul Meals are served daily from noon to 1 PM Call 548-6556 for home delivery before 10:30 m ~ii'i i ~~ Mon.-Ri. on the day you need the meal. f ~',);~ , ~ ....... Meal Prices: s2.50 suggested donation for SAMS registered people over 60 and accompanying , ml spouses, 5 for all others. Menu is subject to change due to availability of items. October 2 Lasagna, Italian vegetables, bread, melon cup, tossed salad October 5 October 6 October 9 BBQpork, Boston baked beans & bacon, peas & carrots, roll, applesauce, tossed green salad October 1 Buttermilk biscuit, sausage gravy, hash browns,lower sodium V-8, peaches w/granola Bridge & Pinochle October 7 October 8 Beef barley soup, Baked chicken, pickled beets & onion mashed potatoes, salad, whole wheat chicken gravy, bread, pineapple California vegetables, Betty Devil's food cake w/ strawberry sauce & topping, vegetable salad Spaghetti w/meat sauce, mixed vegetables, coleslaw, bread, pudding Beef pot pie, asparagus, whole wheat Bread, grapes, tomato & cucumber salad October 12 October 13 October 16 CENTER CLOSED Columbus October 14 October 15 Creamed chicken, Ham & beans, corn steamed rice, herbed bread, fruit salad, broccoli, roll, apple . sherbet Betty, crunchy vegetable surprise Soft shell taco, mixed relishes, salsa, refried beans, fluffy fruit cup Bridge & Pinochle October 21 October 22 Frannie Lunch Bunch Baked fish, cheddar mashed potatoes, Scandinavian vegetables, banana bread, applesauce Jell-O w/topping October 19 October 20 October 23 Cheeseburger, Chicken parmesan Roast beef, mashed Chef salad w/carrot Salisbury steak, lettucel tomato, over spaghetti potatoes, gravy, stick garnish, whole mashed potatoes, sweet potato wedges, noodles, ~ardensavory carrots,wheat crackers,carrots, seasonal garden bounty salad, salad, Italian wholewheat bread, chocolate chip fruit, whole grain peaches, chocolate vegetables, fruit pineapple Betty, cookie, strawberries bread chip cookie sal-ad, whole wheat German coleslaw& bananas ,~ roll Birthday Party ,, October 26 October 27 October 28 October 29 October 30 Beef stew, wheat Lower sodium ham, Kraut & frank on Braised pork chop, Chili, mozzarella crackers, pickled scalloped potatoes, bun, lJotato salad mashed potatoes, stick, garden bounty beet & onion salad, green'beans, carrot & applesauce Jell-O' brown gravy, German salad, cinnamon roll, peanut butter cookie, celery w/ranch, roll, wftopping, Russian sauerkrhut,pumpkin California vegetables tossed ~alad, citrus plums w/toppingsalad bread, fruit cocktail, fruit salad lettuce & tomato salad Frannie Lunch Bunch Bridge & Pinochle Halloween Party r LOVELL DRUG rth Bi8'Korn CK Hardware 70 E Main 164 E. 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