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16 J The Lovell Chronicle J September 30, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com Chester Gilliam (left) and Mike Kitchen affix a new sign on the storefront of The Ink Spot. Flo Lawson and Gilliam recently purchased the print shop on Main Street. Powell Valley Healthcare welcomes ;eneral Surgeon Nathaniel M. Rieb, M.D. >\> Wyoming native from Chugwater >\> University of Wyoming graduate > Completed medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine >\> Completed residency at Basset Healthcare in Cooperstown, NewYork D rett Val[e00 ,/ Healthcare .... ii iiii!iiil 0  iii'il :!!" iE::J"': i ::!'i iii: ii,i i!:ii:: :!!,, ,i! ::,,, I i,/ For appointments, please call 307-754-7257 or toll-free at 888-284-9308 Compassionate Quality Care www.pvhc.org BRAD DEWP.Vx HEROES grants available UnitedHealth Group has announced that grants of up to $1,000 are available for local organizations and schools looking to create health-focused programs for youth. The HEROES grants can be used to create hands-on, interactive service-lear- ning programs that reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity. Previous grant recipi- ents have used the funds to plant commu- nity gardens, build fitness tracks and de- velop healthy cookbooks and more. Grants will be awarded to programs that demonstrate a clear understanding of the health risks associated with childhood obesity; propose creative solutions to figh- ting obesity in their schools and communi- ties; and can be easily implemented, scaled and measured, according to a press release. In addition, each grant also engages par- ticipating youth in service-learning, an ef- fective teaching and learning strategy that supports student academic achievement, and helps students develop their workpla- ce readiness skills. In Wyoming, about 25.7 percent of chil- dren ages 10 to 17 are considered over- weight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Visit www.YSA.org/HEROES to ob- tain an application. The Website also con- tains more information about the program as well as "First Responders: Youth Add- ressing Childhood Obesity Through Ser- vice-Learning," a step-by-step manual that helps youth, parents, teachers and other volunteers deploy YSA service-learning models to fight childhood obesity in their communities. Applications must be submitted online before midnight, Oct. 22, 2010. Grant re- cipients will be notified in December and January. Jose Aguilar Jose Aguilar completes boot camp Jose Rodriguez Agui- lar has completed basic training at the U.S. Ma- rine Corps NCR Depot in San Diego and will soon be moving on to further train- ing. Aguilar, 18, is a 2010 graduate of Lovell High School and entered boot camp on June 27. He grad- uated Sept. 24 in San Di- ego. He is the son of Eras- mo and Elizabeth Ventura of Lovell. Aguilar will return to San Diego for further rifle training on Oct. 5, a three- month program, then move on to Camp Pendleton for two months and on to a base in Florida for nine to 12 months. Aguilar has two older sisters, Shanna Ramirez of Powell and Lydia Agui- lar of Lovell and an older brother, Troy Joiner of Gil- lette. He is the grandson of Alex and Santos Rodriguez of Lovell and also has two nieces, Shaelyne and Jani- cia Ramirez of Powell. Forest schedules grazing open houses The Bighorn Nation- al Forest is proposing to continue livestock grazing on 43 grazing allotments covering approximately 386,000 acres, and con- duct vegetation manage- ment, primarily prescribed burning, on approximately 15,000 acres. The Draft Environ- mental Impact Statement (DEIS), which includes de- tails on what actions are proposed and the expected environmental consequenc- es of those actions, was re- leased for public review and comment on Sept. 3, 2010. To assist people in under- standing the proposed ac- tion, and help people pro- vide meaningful comments, Bighorn National For- est District Rangers have scheduled two public open houses. Open houses are sched- uled as follows: Oct. 5 in Greybull at the Big Horn County Weed and Pest Building from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 6 in Sheridan at Sheridan College, Watt Ag Center, Room AG 131 from 5 to 8 p.m. Comments provided on the DEIS will be used to finalize the environmen- tal impact statement. The DEIS is a large document and the analysis covers a large area. The purpose of these open houses is to help people understand how the document is organized and provides an opportunity to ask questions. The dead- line to submit comments is Oct. 18, 2010. For questions regarding the meetings or for copies of the DEIS, contact Lau- rie Waiters-Clark, 307-674- 2627. The documents are also available on the Big- horn National Forest web- site at: http://www.fs.usda. gov/bighorn. You'll need to navigate to the documents through the Land and Re- sources Management tab on the left side of the screen. To provide comments on the DEIS, you may email them to Big6_DEIS_Com- ments@fs.fed.us or mail them to: Medicine Wheel/Paintrock Ranger District 604 E. Main - PO Box 367 Lovell, Wy 82431 Phone: (307) 548-6541 Yeliowtail Dam fall-winter operations meeting Oct. 7 The Bureau of Recla- mation will present water supply conditions in the Big Horn Basin and discuss the agency's proposed fall/ winter operating plans for Yellowtail Dam at a public meeting on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010. The meeting will be held in the MSU-Billings Down- town Conference Room lo- cated at 2804 Third Avenue North, Billings, starting at 6:30 p.m. Stakeholders and inter- ested parties in both Mon- tana and Wyoming are encouraged to attend the meeting and participate in the discussions. For additional informa- tion, please contact Paula Holwegner of the Montana Area Office, Bureau of Rec- lamation, at 406-247-7300. Monday, October 4, 2010 10 am to 4 pm 6all Traci at Foster's Hair & Nail Studio (108 E. Main St., Byron) to make your appointment for a FREE mini-manicure! 307-548-7392 In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Women's Wellness is partnering with Traci Foster of Foster's Hair & Nail Studio for an afternoon of Breast Health Education, and some much deserved pampering! In addition to your FREE mini manicure there will be refreshments and FREE gifts! Women's Wellness will be available to offer navigation and appointment services for FREE well woman exams and mammograms! * Women's Wellness is a non-profit, grant funded program located in PoweU, Wyoming, that provides navigation for well- ness services for women who are uninsured or underinsured, and cannot afford to pay for annual breast and cervical cancer screening. Women's Wellness at Wyoming Migrant Health is administered by the Wyoming Health Council and funded by Susan G. Komen, Wyoming Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program and the Avon Foundation. Need your annual exams? Call Women's Wellness at (877) 754-5252 SU EW PTION Big Horn County $25 1 In Wyoming $351 Outside Wyoming $40 Offer good through Oct. 8, 2010 Call today to get your new subscription started! 307-548-2217 thelOVell00_00hl-onil=le 00-'ove"c"ronic'e.o00 =.d,=. 234 E. Main, Lovell, WY 82431 ] 307-548-2217 Please recycle bTis newspaper 16 J The Lovell Chronicle J September 30, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com Chester Gilliam (left) and Mike Kitchen affix a new sign on the storefront of The Ink Spot. Flo Lawson and Gilliam recently purchased the print shop on Main Street. Powell Valley Healthcare welcomes ;eneral Surgeon Nathaniel M. Rieb, M.D. >\> Wyoming native from Chugwater >\> University of Wyoming graduate > Completed medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine >\> Completed residency at Basset Healthcare in Cooperstown, NewYork D rett Val[e00 ,/ Healthcare .... ii iiii!iiil 0  iii'il :!!" iE::J"': i ::!'i iii: ii,i i!:ii:: :!!,, ,i! ::,,, I i,/ For appointments, please call 307-754-7257 or toll-free at 888-284-9308 Compassionate Quality Care www.pvhc.org BRAD DEWP.Vx HEROES grants available UnitedHealth Group has announced that grants of up to $1,000 are available for local organizations and schools looking to create health-focused programs for youth. The HEROES grants can be used to create hands-on, interactive service-lear- ning programs that reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity. Previous grant recipi- ents have used the funds to plant commu- nity gardens, build fitness tracks and de- velop healthy cookbooks and more. Grants will be awarded to programs that demonstrate a clear understanding of the health risks associated with childhood obesity; propose creative solutions to figh- ting obesity in their schools and communi- ties; and can be easily implemented, scaled and measured, according to a press release. In addition, each grant also engages par- ticipating youth in service-learning, an ef- fective teaching and learning strategy that supports student academic achievement, and helps students develop their workpla- ce readiness skills. In Wyoming, about 25.7 percent of chil- dren ages 10 to 17 are considered over- weight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Visit www.YSA.org/HEROES to ob- tain an application. The Website also con- tains more information about the program as well as "First Responders: Youth Add- ressing Childhood Obesity Through Ser- vice-Learning," a step-by-step manual that helps youth, parents, teachers and other volunteers deploy YSA service-learning models to fight childhood obesity in their communities. Applications must be submitted online before midnight, Oct. 22, 2010. Grant re- cipients will be notified in December and January. Jose Aguilar Jose Aguilar completes boot camp Jose Rodriguez Agui- lar has completed basic training at the U.S. Ma- rine Corps NCR Depot in San Diego and will soon be moving on to further train- ing. Aguilar, 18, is a 2010 graduate of Lovell High School and entered boot camp on June 27. He grad- uated Sept. 24 in San Di- ego. He is the son of Eras- mo and Elizabeth Ventura of Lovell. Aguilar will return to San Diego for further rifle training on Oct. 5, a three- month program, then move on to Camp Pendleton for two months and on to a base in Florida for nine to 12 months. Aguilar has two older sisters, Shanna Ramirez of Powell and Lydia Agui- lar of Lovell and an older brother, Troy Joiner of Gil- lette. He is the grandson of Alex and Santos Rodriguez of Lovell and also has two nieces, Shaelyne and Jani- cia Ramirez of Powell. Forest schedules grazing open houses The Bighorn Nation- al Forest is proposing to continue livestock grazing on 43 grazing allotments covering approximately 386,000 acres, and con- duct vegetation manage- ment, primarily prescribed burning, on approximately 15,000 acres. The Draft Environ- mental Impact Statement (DEIS), which includes de- tails on what actions are proposed and the expected environmental consequenc- es of those actions, was re- leased for public review and comment on Sept. 3, 2010. To assist people in under- standing the proposed ac- tion, and help people pro- vide meaningful comments, Bighorn National For- est District Rangers have scheduled two public open houses. Open houses are sched- uled as follows: Oct. 5 in Greybull at the Big Horn County Weed and Pest Building from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 6 in Sheridan at Sheridan College, Watt Ag Center, Room AG 131 from 5 to 8 p.m. Comments provided on the DEIS will be used to finalize the environmen- tal impact statement. The DEIS is a large document and the analysis covers a large area. The purpose of these open houses is to help people understand how the document is organized and provides an opportunity to ask questions. The dead- line to submit comments is Oct. 18, 2010. For questions regarding the meetings or for copies of the DEIS, contact Lau- rie Waiters-Clark, 307-674- 2627. The documents are also available on the Big- horn National Forest web- site at: http://www.fs.usda. gov/bighorn. You'll need to navigate to the documents through the Land and Re- sources Management tab on the left side of the screen. To provide comments on the DEIS, you may email them to Big6_DEIS_Com- ments@fs.fed.us or mail them to: Medicine Wheel/Paintrock Ranger District 604 E. Main - PO Box 367 Lovell, Wy 82431 Phone: (307) 548-6541 Yeliowtail Dam fall-winter operations meeting Oct. 7 The Bureau of Recla- mation will present water supply conditions in the Big Horn Basin and discuss the agency's proposed fall/ winter operating plans for Yellowtail Dam at a public meeting on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010. The meeting will be held in the MSU-Billings Down- town Conference Room lo- cated at 2804 Third Avenue North, Billings, starting at 6:30 p.m. Stakeholders and inter- ested parties in both Mon- tana and Wyoming are encouraged to attend the meeting and participate in the discussions. For additional informa- tion, please contact Paula Holwegner of the Montana Area Office, Bureau of Rec- lamation, at 406-247-7300. Monday, October 4, 2010 10 am to 4 pm 6all Traci at Foster's Hair & Nail Studio (108 E. Main St., Byron) to make your appointment for a FREE mini-manicure! 307-548-7392 In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Women's Wellness is partnering with Traci Foster of Foster's Hair & Nail Studio for an afternoon of Breast Health Education, and some much deserved pampering! In addition to your FREE mini manicure there will be refreshments and FREE gifts! Women's Wellness will be available to offer navigation and appointment services for FREE well woman exams and mammograms! * Women's Wellness is a non-profit, grant funded program located in PoweU, Wyoming, that provides navigation for well- ness services for women who are uninsured or underinsured, and cannot afford to pay for annual breast and cervical cancer screening. Women's Wellness at Wyoming Migrant Health is administered by the Wyoming Health Council and funded by Susan G. Komen, Wyoming Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program and the Avon Foundation. Need your annual exams? Call Women's Wellness at (877) 754-5252 SU EW PTION Big Horn County $25 1 In Wyoming $351 Outside Wyoming $40 Offer good through Oct. 8, 2010 Call today to get your new subscription started! 307-548-2217 thelOVell00_00hl-onil=le 00-'ove"c"ronic'e.o00 =.d,=. 234 E. Main, Lovell, WY 82431 ] 307-548-2217 Please recycle bTis newspaper 16 I The Lovell Chronicle I September 30, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com Chester Gilliam (left) and Mike Kitchen affix a new sign on the storefront of The ink Spot. FIG Lawson and Gillinm recently pttrchased the print shop on Main Street. Powell Valley Healthcare welcomes General Surgeon Nathaniel M. Rieb, M.D. >\> Wyoming native from Chugwater University of Wyoming graduate Completed medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine > Completed residency at Basset Healthcare in Cooperstown, New York compas,o.t Quality er ,Nw.pvhc.org For appointments, please call 307-754-7257 or toil-free at 888-284-9308 HEROES grants available UnitedHealth Group has announced supports student academic achievement, that grants of up to $1,000 are available for local organizations and schools looking to create health-focused programs for youth. The HEROES grants can be used to create hands-on, interactive service-lear- ding programs that reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity. Previous grant recipi- ents have used the funds to plant commu- nity gardens, build fitness tracks and de- velop healthy cookbooks and more. Grants will be awarded to programs that demonstrate a clear understanding of the health risks associated with childhood obesity; propose creative solutions to figh- ting obesity in their schools and communi- ties; and can be easily implemented, scaled and measured, according to a press release. In addition, each grant also engages par- ticipating youth in service-learning, an ef- fective teaching and learning strategy that Jose Aguilar Jose Aguilar completes boot camp Jose Redriguez Agui- lar has completed basic training at the U.S. Ma- rine Corps NCR Depot in San Diego and will soon be moving on to further train- ing. Agullar, 18, is a 2010 graduate of Lovell High School and entered boot camp on June 27. He grad- uated Sept. 24 in San Di- ego. He is the son of Eras- mo and Elizabeth Ventura of Lovell. Aguilar will return to San Diego for further rifle training on Oct. 5, a three- month program, then move on to Camp Pendleten for two months and on to a base in Florida for nine to 12 months. Agnilar has two older sisters, Shanna Ramirez of Powel] and Lydia Agui- lar of Loveil and an older brother, Troy Joiner of Gil- lette. He is the grandson of Alex and Santos Rodriguez of Lovell and also has two nieces, Shaelyne and Jani- cia Ramirez of Powell. and helps students develop their workpla- ce readiness skills. In Wyoming, about 25.7 percent of cbil- dren ages 10 to 17 are considered over- weight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Visit www.YSA.org/HEROES to ob- tain an application. The Webeite also con- rains more information about the program as well as *First Responders: Youth Add- ressing Childhood Obesity Through Ser- vice-Learning," a step-by-step manual that helps youth, parents, teachers and other volunteers deploy YSA service-learning models to fight childhood obesity in their communities. Applications must be submitted online before midnight, Oct. 22, 2010. Grant re- cipients will be notified in December and January. Forest schedules grazing open houses The Bighorn Nation- al Forest is proposing to continue livestock grazing on 48 grazing allotments covering approximately 386,000 acres, and con- duct vegetation manage- ment, primarily prescribed burning, on apprommately 15,000 acres. The Draft Environ- mental Impact Statement (DEIS), which includes de- toils on what actions are proposed and the expected environmental consequenc- es of those actions, was re- leased for public review and comment on Sept. 3, 2010. To assist people in under- standing the proposed ac- tion, ad help people pro- vide meaningful comments, Bighorn National For- est District Rangers have scheduled two public open houses. Open houses are sched- uled as follows: Oct. 5 in Greybull at the Big Horn County Weed and Pest Building from 5 to 8 p.m. *Oct. 6 in Sheridan at Sheridan College, Watt Ag Center, Room AG 131 from 5 in 8 p.m. Comments provided on the DEIS will be used to finalize the environmen- tal impact statement. The DEIS is a large document and the analysis covers a large area. The purpose of these open houses is to help people understand how the document is organized and provides an opportunity to ask questions. The dead- line to submit comments is Oct. 18, 2010. For questions regarding the meetings or for copies of the DEIS, contact Lau- rie Waiters-Clark, 807-674- 2627. The documents are also available on the Big- horn National Forest web- site at: http://www.fs.ueda. gov/bighorn. You'll need to navigate to the documents through the Land and Re- sources Management tab on the left side of the screen. To provide comments on the DEIS, you may emall them to BigS_DEIS_Com- ments@fs.fed.us or mail them to: Medicine Wheel/Paintrock Ranger District 604 E. Main - PO Box 367 Lovell, Wy 82431 Phone: (307) 548-6541 Yellowtail Dam fall.winter operations meeting Oct. 7 The Bureau of Recla- North, Billings, starting at mation will present water 6:30 p.m. supply conditions in the Stakeholders and inter- Big Horn Basin and discuss ested parties in both Mon- the agency's proposed fall/ tana and Wyoming are winter operang plans for encouraged to attend the Yefiowtdil Dam at a public meeting and participate in meeting on Thursday, Oct. the discussions. 7, 2010. For additional informa- Themeetingwillbeheld tion, please contact Paula in the MSU-Billinge Down- Halwegner of the Montana town Conference Room 1o- Area Office, Bureau of Rec- cared at 2804 Third Avenue lamation, at 406-247-7300. v Monday, October 4, 2010 10 am to 4 pm Call Tracl at Foster's Hair & Nail Studio (108 E. MaN St., Byron) to make your appointment FREE mini-manicure! 3O7-548-7392 In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Women's WIlness i partnering with 7]'i bster of Foster's Hair & Nail Studio for an afternoon of Bt Health Edation, and some luch desed pampering] In addition to your FREE mini manicure there will be refrehmen ts and FREE gifts! 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