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September 26 2013 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 DAVID PECK The Lovell High School dance team adopted a football theme for its halftime performance Friday night. Pictured are (l-r) Tort Aiken, Amber Mayes, Jordan Harper, Emilee Bryson and Chelby Lewis. Police report Theft of wheels and tires from storage unit under investigation The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Sept. 17-24: Sept. 17: A motorist ex- pressed a concern for safety issues to Lovell Police about a man riding a bike illegally on the sidewalk in town. Wheels and tires were reported stolen from an unlocked storage facility. The matter is under in- vestigation. Police assisted a blind individual who was dropped off by a bus but did not have sufficient funds to rent a motel room. Sept. 18: Police investigated a report of a suspicious per- son lingering near a chil- dren&apos;s class. Sept. 20: Police received a report regarding a pos- sible fraud using some- one's social security num- ber. The matter is under investigation. Police assisted the Dept. of Family Services in a custody case. Sept. 21: A resident report- ed hearing noises outside of her home. Police investigat- ed and were unable to lo- cate the cause of the noise. Sept. 22: Police are inves- tigating a report of items missing from a residence. Police issued a verbal warning to individuals reportedly fighting at a local bar. Sept. 23: Police are inves- tigating a report of a theft from an unlocked vehicle parked at a local business. Police received a report that someone had gone through the glove com- partment of an unlocked vehicle. Numerous warning let- ters were issued for weed and junk vehicles pres- ent on local properties. Many residents took ad- vantage of the free fall cleanup certificates of- fered this week to dump unwanted items at the local landfill. Note: Persons arrested are presumed innocent un- til proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney. ON THE RECORD BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Brandy and Scotty Dillon in Billings, Mont., a baby boy, Robert Scott Dillon, weigh- ing 8 Ibs. 1 oz. Grandparents are Chau- na Bischoff, Scott and Sharon Dillon, Deb Schwartz and Bob Schwartz. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Joel Bamard of Shell and Ashley Fairman of Powell Shane Alan Lawson and Kiya Kim Kelly- Richardson both of Frannie DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County.Clerk's office recently were: Boyd Larson and Julie Larson to David Brumwell and Anne Brumwell; Cowley Original Town (Part) Lot 2 Block 55 Earl E. Lukkes and Rodney E. Lukkes to Earl E. Lukkes; (Part) Lot 39-0 T56N R96W Earl E. Lukkes and Rodney E. Lukkes to Earl E. Lukkes; Lovell Original Town (Lot A) Lot 4 Block 5 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams recent- ly were: IN BIG HORN COUNTY Michael K. Jameson, 27, no city dog tags, fined $40 Dianna Stanfield, 50, driving under suspen- sion x 2, fined $840 Kaleb M. Hitz, 18, MIP, fined $360 Anny Mae Birkholz, dog at large, fined $40, vicious dog, fined $120 Thor A Lindshield, 53, Fromberg, MT, stop light violation, fined $120 Denice Stokke, 49, junk nuisance, fined $360 Jessica L. Hopkin, 22, Fromberg, MT, breach of peace, fined $460; failure to appear x 2, fined $220 Kayla Chase B. Woolner, 22, Riverton, ex- pired registration, fined $120 Gary Lee Spalding, 57, Tucson, AZ, no seat belt, fined $25 For speeding in a 20 mph zone: Scott Dark, 25, Poison, MT, 28 mph, fined $160 Michael A. Burgess, 25, Richmond, VA, 25 mph, fined $65 Joseph G. Toland, 55, Powell, 25 mph, fined $65 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Kayla Chase B. Woolner, 22, Riverton, 35 mph, fined $65 Caleb M. Scansen, 25, Billings, 40 mph, fined $110 Paul E. Knowles, 67, Port Angeles, WA, 40 mph, fined $100 Sheriff's report Deputies report a man locked in bathroom in Cowley The Big Horn County responded to a call regard- Sheriffs Office received the ing a man who locked him- following calls for the week self in a restroom of a bust- of Sept. 16- 23: ness in Cowley. No arrests Sept. 21: Sheriffs deputies were made. Sept. 22: Deputies respond- ed to a report of possible gunshots in Byron. They were unable to locate the source of the sounds. North ,,,,0,, DINING GUIDE North Big Horn Semor Center 757 Great Western Ave. Lovcll Hot meals every weekday/ 60+ just $2.50  Non-seniors 54.75 Mon.-Fri.: 12-1pm No reservations rcquircd Attd' Corners 00?00iiBar Call your or*er in now and pick it up at the drive through! Fried Pickles ;, SpeNahb Sandwiches : 195 W. Main, Lovell 307-548-7493 Mon.-Thurs: 8am-9pm Fri. & Sat.: 8am-10pm Sun.: 7am-4pm LLT00E Hwy. 310 in Dearer 307-272-9695 Main dish cholces include: Orange chicken, black pepper beef, honey glazed pork, Mongolian BBQ pork, Kung Pao chicken, beef w/peppers. Add rice or noodles, wontons, dumplings, wings, egg rolls, Asian slaw... Open Monday-Saturday Lunch: 11 am-2pm|Dinner 4-8pm All you need for a hot meal or picnic! Fea'r, udno CheeCeff:dl and WondoRose'r, chlckenl Mon.-Sat.: 8am-8pm Sun.: 9am-6pm Minchow's FOOD COURT 353 E. Main, Lovell 548-7979 BUMPIE Mon.-Thurs: lOam-9pm Fri. & Sat. lOam-lOpm Sun.: lOam-8pm Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Rain showers, possible night snow 45 / 34 Friday Rain and possible snow showers 46 / 32 Saturday Not as cold, lingering showers 55 / 40 Sunday Sunny and warmer 68 / 48 Monday Partly cloudy 66 / 46 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook A trough of cold. Pacific low pressure will bring chilly temperatures and rain and snow to the region through about Saturday. Mountain .,.. . <  locations will see their first real snowfall of the fall season, several ," L: '   " 5os 140s '" . , inches will be possible in most mountain locations. Rain and snow will .... , li,,,,_ 501405 ..... ,  .... r -  P'We Love '.'. be possible at lower elevations through Saturday. ',. .............. ,. J" uooy Basin .... .. Climate Almanac ..... % " "5051 4011 Lovell Greybull Average Hgl ; Record High/Low 90 in 1992 14 in 1926 Record HiIVLow 9 in 2010 24 in ]9( Ave Prep, 0: ' Record 24hr Precip. 0.54" in 1915 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.44" in 1974 Jet Stream Forecast for 09/30 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise SunNt Friday 7:07 AM 7:01 PM Sunday 6:56 AM 7:18 PM Natlosl Weather Setnllce Forecalt: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm  6Os 140S ,,. , Mlmteetae .... .... % ..... .. .... Tharmo[!f/',:,. : : : Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - Chilly with mixed showers will try to ". e linger into early this weekend. Look for warmer and River stag*lft) Fielders) Nomlal FIo'lcfl) mostly sunny weather on Sunday. Yellowstone National Park - Snow shower activity will be Big Horn at Kane 2.25' 1230 1670 ending as we head into the weekend. Sunday will be a ShOsOnt 1 5,0i : i : : ! ::i,@.;::i.i ,,::::: :4:. warmer and pleasant day. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Chilly temperatures and possible Road and Travel on the web- http:l/wydotweb.state.wy.us/wel=thlghway/text_rold.html lingering rain and snow showers through Saturday F ..... t prepared by: DayWeather, Inc. Chsye.,ne, Wy. ,=OOl Warmer and mostly sunny Sunday. www.oayweamer.com WEATHER JOUL Date H L Sept. t9 69 49 .02 sepL20 3 38 .00 Sept, 21 NA NA NA Sept. 22 83 38 ,00 Sept. 23 T2 53 ;00 se 7 44 Sept. 25 76 49 ;09 byWestemS LOVELL 00LChr0nicle orecsl sponsore  H[ F to oes ke F i o ih   ssciFio o  LoU Coid. a o.-, scpo. o ots  B s Ho Co sj.s ', i, Womi, q-O, aa out o)C stateust *gS. ive s a cart at 5//-8-2217. Monda l Heals are served daily from 12 noon to I pm Call 548-6556 or 1-866-266-9460 Sloppy Joe, broccoli, chocolate pudding w/ topping, orange. r, Columbus Day Center Closed I Sweet & sour pork, rice, oriental veg- etables, grape juice, whole grain bread, apricots. Beef stroganoff over rice, broccoli, roll, fruit cup, garden vegetable salad. Tuesday, Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, tossed salad, Harvard beets, whole wheat bread, plum crisp. Beef stew, roll, cottage cheese w/peach hall raspberry bar, grape juice. Frannie Lunch Bunch F Chicken salad on crescent roll, pasta salad, strawberries & bananas, mixed green salad. t' Chicken strips, hashbrown casserole, carrots, roll, fruit sundae w/pineapple & blueberries, vegetable salad. Frannie Lunch Bunch t= Stuffed green pep- per, tomato gravy, whipped potatoes, 49er salad, whole wheat bread, apricot crisp. Wednesda t Thursda[ Chef salad, carrot sticks, whole wheat crackers, whole wheat bread, chocolate chip cookie, strawberries & bananas. Baked chicken, au- gratin potatoes, tossed salad, zucchini & car- rots, roll, melon cup. I Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, whole wheat bread, German cole- slaw, pineapple Betty. Birthday Party t Ham & beans, corn bread, fruit salad, sherbet. -I Hamburger on wheat bun, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, baked beans, potatoes, pears. Scrambled eggs w/ ham, hash browns, biscuit, orange sauced peaches & granola, V8 juice. Breakfast 6ddge & Rnochle I' Pork chop, corn bread stuffing, gravy, Scan- dinavian vegetables, roll, fruit cup, Jean's salad. Dominoes I Country steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, apricots, whole grain bread. Bridge & Rnochle | Hamburger steak, baked potatoes, sour cream, broccoli cheese, whole groin bread, fresh fruit, tossed salad. Dominoes ti Chili, California vegetables, mozzarella cheese sticks, garden bounty salad, cin- namon roll. Bddge & Rnochle Halloween Party I Beef barley soup, egg salad sandwich, carrot, apple, celery salad, banana, peanut butter cookie, orange uice. i Fish nuggets, oven browned potatoes, [Italian vegetables, gar- :den vegetable salad, bread, cherry Betty, tce cream. r Soft shell taco, relish tray, refried beans, fluffy fruit cup. Baked fish, cheddar mashed potatoes, Scandinavian veg- etables, creamy cole- slaw, banana bread, applesauce Jello w/ topping. Prices: 2.50 suggested donation for SAMS registered people over 60 and accompanying spouses $5 for all others II!meo, : : ::{i : .................. ............................ LT::::::= ;;C ................... i ................. : .............................................................. 4 3:!:3  ':7: :: ................. ............ 548-723! .................... ::3:3 ................................  3<3::33 3, .................  :::..,: , ll/, !07:548:5!00. ww,:nbhh<o m