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HS Football Standings 2A WEST FOOTBALL CONE. OVERALL BY SAM SMITH The Lovell Lady Bull- dogs volleyball squad faced .immi. 1* a couple Of non—conference Lyman 0 opponents over the week- '1' end by traveling to Mee- ‘bokevme 1 teetse Friday to face the . Lady Longhorns and host— . ‘f 1* , ing the Greybull Lady Buffs Big Piney 1 1 Saturgay. d B “d T eLa u o swent I into Meetegftse Fri a and “WU-VP}? 0 3 0 4 fell to the Lady Long orns a ' in a tight 25-21 first game. Lovell responded and de- RESULTS feated Meeteetse 25—22 in THURSDAY, SEPT. 23 Lyman 42, Big Piney 24 FRIDAY, SEPT. 24 Cokeville 36, Pinedale 0 Kemmerer 21, Mtn. View 20 Lovell 51 , Thermopolis 15 game two. After losing a close game three 25-21, the Lady Bulldogs fought hard and forced a game five by de- feating the Lady Longhorns 30—28 in game four. In the deciding game five, Lovell came out of Meeteetse with a 16—14 vic— tory to win the match. Amee Newman led the team with 15 kills against Meeteetse and had 19 digs, two aces and two blocks. Manda Mayes had eight kills and led the team with six blocks. Bethany O’Tremba had six kills, 13 digs and three blocks. Kallie Owens led the Lady Bulldogs with 23 as- sists and had eight digs. SCHEDULE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 Thermopolis at Cokeville, 4 pm. Big Piney at Lovell, 7 pm. Lyman at Kemmerer, 7 pm. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 Pinedale at Mtn. \fiew, 1 pm. 1A WEST FOOTBALL CONE OVERALL Shoshoni Riverside _ 3. Haitlley Rael led the lteam / wit 32 di s. Marie Hi man Greybull“ 1 2 2 had 10 dig: “Meeteetse was a SLStephen’s 0 2 0 4 grind,” coach Stormy Jameson said. “We didn’t RESULTS play our best volleyball but THURSDAY. SEPT- 23 igured out ways to hold on Riverside 58, Wyo. Indian 0 Shoshoni 19, Wind River 0 FRIDAY, SEPT. 24 Rocky Mtn. 35, Greybull 20 SATURDAY, SEPT. 25 Saratoga over St. Stephen’s, forfeit and score just enough.” Saturday at home, Lovell led Greybull 9—4 in game one before the Lady Buffs called a timeout. The Lady Bulldogs, with some strong offense and good SCHEDULE blocks, built a 22—16 lead FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1 before Greybull called their Shoshoni at Pine Bluffs, 2 pm. St. Stephen's at Greybull, 7 pm. Riverside at Wind River, 7 pm. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 Rocky at Wyo. Indian, 1:30 pm. final timeout. Lovell got the final three points on a block and a kill by Mayes and 3 Grey- bull error to win 25—16. ‘W NOTICEOF‘APPLICATIONFOR RENEWAL OF RETAILLIQUOR LICENSE 'z FOR THE TOWN OF DEAVER, WYOMING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 21st day of September 2021 M Sisters, LLC filed an application for RENEWAL of their RE- TAIL LIQUOR LICENSE, in the office of the Clerk/Treasurer of the TOWN OF DEAVER, County of Big Horn, Wyoming. A description of the place or premise which the applicant desires to use as the place of sale is set forth as follows: ADDRESS: 775 US HWY 310 Deaver, WY 82421 Business Name: Wyoming 310 Protests, if any, against the issuance of this license will be heard at a public hearing to be held October 12th, 2021 at 6:00 pm, in the council chambers at the Deaver Town Hall, Deaver, Wyoming. / s/ Michele Richlin Clerk/Treasurer Town of Deaver Published: September 30 and October 7, 2021 B I I. n I I . Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality PUBLIC NOTICE: In accordance with .Chapter 6, Section 2(m) of the Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations, notice is hereby given that the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Qual- ity, Division of Air Quality, proposes to approve a request by Geor- gia-Pacific Gypsum LLC to mOdify Condition 19 of Air Quality Permit MD-13761 to include a HAP synthetic minor permit limit of 9.9 tons per year (tpy) for formaldehyde emissions to remain an area source of HAP emissions on a facility-wide basis, and modify Condition 5 of Air Quality Permit P0024277 to modify the reference to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) requirements by specifically listing the differential pressure action limits in the permit rather than the incor- poration by reference. The Lovell Plant is located Within Section 28, T55N, R94W, approximately thirteen (13) miles southeast of Lovell, with a street address of 2120 Lane 16 1/2, Lovell, in Big Horn County, Wyoming. For the duration of the public comment period, the permit appli- cation, the agency’s analysis, and the public notice are available for public inspection online at https://openair.wyo.gov; utilizing facility ID F000364 and permit number P0034062 under permits. Additional- ly, during the state of emergency declared by Governor Gordon on March 13, 2020, if you have questions about or need assistance ac- cessing the materials, please contact Nancy Vehr, Air Quality Division Administrator, Department of Environmental Quality, 200 West 17th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, by fax at 307-635-1784, via phone at 307-777-3746, or via email at Nancy.vehr1@wyo.gov. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alter- nate formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities. Written comments may be directed to Nancy Vehr, Administra- tor, Division of Air Quality, Department of Environmental Quality, 200 West 17th St, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, or by fax at (307) 635-1784. Please reference A0012601 in your comment. In addition, comments can be submitted electronically at http://aq.wyomingdeq.commentin— putcom. However, comments submitted by email will not be included in the administrative record. All comments received by 5:00 pm, Mon- day, November 1, 2021 will be considered in the final determination "on this application. A public hearing will be conducted only if in the opinion of the administrator sufficient interest is generated or if an ag- grieved party so requests. For the duration of the state of emergency declared by Governor Gordon on March 13, 2020, public hearings will be conducted telephonically. Para espafiol, visite deq.wyoming.gov. Published: September 30, 2021 Lady Bulldog n Lovell got within a game two victory on a kill by Newman to led 20—11. After a couple of Greybull points and a pair of Lady Bulldog kills, Greybull er- rors and an ace by Connie Hall finished off the Lady Buffs 25-13. Looking for their first three—game sweep since October 2018, .Lovell and Greybull battled early be- fore Lovell grabbed a 13- 10. Coming out of a time- out, the teams went neck and neck fighting for mo- mentum before a couple of Greybull errors helped Lovell grab a 21—19 lead. After a Gre bull timeout, Lovell edge Greybull 4—2 to win 25-21 and complete the sweep. Mayes had eight kills and O’Tremba had five. Newman led the team with nine kills and 19 digs. “Amee had a strong performance at the net,’ Jameson said. “She seemed like she was swinging with more confidence and power.” Libby Mickelson led the Lady Bulldogs with eight blocks against Greybull. “Particularly in the Greybull game, it was nice to see bright moments from Libby,” Jameson said. “She’s starting to feel more and more comfortable on the court.” Owens led the team with 25 assists. “Kallie had another sol— id week setting,” Jameson said. Rael had 13 digs. “Against Greybull, I felt it was one of our bet- etters defeat Meeetse and Greybull section for the support that helped propel us to the vic- tory," the coach said. The Lady Bulldogs re- turn to conference play to— day (Thursday), hosting the Powell Lady Panthers at 3, 4 and 5 pm. Friday, Lovell hosts non-conference opponent, the Tongue River Lady Ea- gles at 3 and 4 pm. at Win- terholler Gym. Tuesday, the Lady Bull— dogs make the short trip to Cowley to meet the Rocky Mountain Lady Grizzlies at 4, 5 and 6 pm. “This is definitely what we were hoping to do after the Lander game,” James- on said. “It was nice to take steps back in the right di- rection. Hopefully, those two games will give us some confidence going into Powell and Tongue River. “This week with it be- ing homecoming week, we will need to make sure we are focused with so many things going on.” Friday in Meeteetse, the Lady Bulldog JV took care of Meeteetse 25-10 in game one. The Lady Long- horns responded and won game two 25-16 to force a game three. Lovell came away with a 25—15 victory to win the match. Saturday at home, the Lovell JVs defeated Grey- bull 25—20 to lead 1—0. Grey- bull bounced back and won game two 25—21 to force a game three. In the deciding game, both teams traded points late after being tied at 24 apiece before a Greybull ter team performances,” Jameson said. “Everyone contributed.” Jameson was pleased with the support of the community during the Greybull match. “I want to give a shout— Out to the fans and student error and an ace by Maddie Felkins gave Lovell a 33—31 victory to win the match. The wins over Mee- teetse and Greybull puts the Lovell JVs at 11-3 on the season. FRESHMEN Thursday at home, the S_egtember 30, 2021 l The Lovell Chronicle 11 SAM SMITH over the net past a Greybull blocker during the Lady Bulldogs’ 3-0 win over the Greybull Lady Buffs Saturday at Winterholler Gym. Lovell senior Manda Mayes spikes the ball Lovell frosh defeated Ther- mopolis 25—16 and 25-20. Saturday, the Lady Bulldog frosh defeated Greybull 26— 24 and 25-17, also in Lovell. The wins boost the Lovell frosh to 9-3 on the season. we Docket No 2m588.EN.20 guano NOTICE Pursuant to the Wydming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Rules, notice is hereby given of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power (RMP . or the Company) for situs and non-situs Certificates of Public Conve- nience and Necessity (CPCN) to construct its Gateway South Trans- mission Project and the Gateway West Segment D.1 Transmission Project (Transmission Projects), as more fully described below: RMP is a public utility, as defined in Wyo. Stat. §37-1—101(a)(vi) (C), subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction pursuant to Wyo. Stat. §37-2-112. On August 26, 2020, the Company submitted an Application to- gether With testimony, and exhibits requesting the Commission grant both a situs and non-situs CPCN to construct the Gateway South and Gateway West Segment D.1Transmission Projects. Gateway South is a 414 mile, high-voltage 500-kV transmission line that will begin at the Aeolus substation, which is located near Medicine Bow, Wyoming. From the' Aeolus substation, the line ex- tends west to Wamsutter, Wyoming, and then generally south to the Colorado border. From there, the line crosses through the northwest corner of Colorado, enters Utah, eventually terminating at the Clover substation near Mona, Utah. Construction of Gateway South requires the modification of existing 345—kV transmission infrastructure in the Mona, Utah area and modifications to the existing Aeolus and Anti- cline substations located in Wyoming and modifications to the exist- ing Clover and Mona substations located in Utah. Due to the length of Gateway South, construction of two new series compensation sub- stations are necessary, which are the Little Snake substation located in Colorado and the Coyote substation located in Utah. Modifications to the existing Aeolus and Anticline substations located in Wyoming and to the existing Clover and Mona substations located in Utah will also be required to accommodate the Gateway South. More specifically, the Gateway South transmission line will pass through: 0 T.13N.,R93W,T.14N.,R93W.,’I‘. 15N.,R93W.,T.16N., R92W.,T.16N.,R.93W.,T17N.,R.93W,T18N.,R93 W.,T.19N.,R92W.,T.19N,R93W,T20N.,R84W,T 20N.,R.85W.,T.20N.,R88W,T20N.,R.89W,T20N., R90W.,’I‘.21N.,R.83W.,’I‘.21N.,R.84W,T21N.,R85 W.,T.2 N.,R86W.,T.2 N.,R 7W.,T.21N.,R88W, T.21N.,R 9W.,T.22N.,R80W,T.22N.,R82W,T2 N.,R.83W,T.23N.,R.80W,T23N R81W.,’I‘.23N.,R 82W,T24N,R8 W.,T.2 .,R W,Car onCounty, . . N Wyoming; and 0 T. 12 N., R 94W,T. 12 N., R 95W,T.1 'N., R 94W,T. 13 N., R. 95W..T. 14 N., R 94W,T. 19 N., R. 94W,T. 20 N., R 90 W.,T.20N.,R91W,T20N.,R92W,T20N.,R94W,T 21 N., R. 90 W., Sweetwater County, Wyoming. Gateway West Segment D1 will begin at the existing Windstar substation located in southeastern Wyoming and will run southwest to the Shirley Basin substation located 20 miles north of Medicine Bow, Wyoming. Gateway West Segment D. 1 will require construction of a new 230—kV Heward substation located adjacent to the existing Difficulty substation and modification to the existing Shirley Basin, Dave Johnston, Windstar, and Anticline substations. RMP is also pro- posing to reconstruct 57 miles of an existing 230-kV transmission line that extends from the existing Shirley Basin substation to the existing Dave Johnston substation. More specifically, the Gateway West Segment D.1 transmission line will pass through: 0 T.26 N., R. 78 W., T.26 N., R 79 W., T.27 N., R. 78 W., T.28 N., R. . 78 W., T28 N ., R 79 W., Carbon County, .Wyoming;— 0 T.29 N., R 78 W., T.29 N., R. 79 W, T.30 N., R. 77 W., T30. N., R. 78 W., T.31 N., R. 77 W., T.31 N., R. 80 W., T.32 N., R. 77 W., Natrona County, Wyoming; and 0 T.31 N., R. 77 W., T.32 N., R. 76 W, T.32 N., R. 77 W, T.33 N., R.‘ 74 W, T.33 N., R 75 W., T33 N., R. 76 W, T34 N., R. 74 W., T.34 N., R. 75 W., Converse County, Wyoming. To complete the Transmission Projects by 2023, the Company proposes a phased CPCN review process. First, the Company re- quests conditional CPCNs under Wyo. Stat. § 372-205(1) that allow the Company to: (i) by December 31, 2020, start the process to final- ize acquisition of the rights-of—way necessary to construct the Trans- mission Projects; and (ii) by June 1, 2021, commence work on the Transmission Projects on a limited notice to proceed basis. Second, the Company requests completion of the Advanced Review Process and issuance of final, unconditional CPCNs‘to allow construction to commence on a final notice to proceed basis by August 1, 2021. The proposed projects are necessary to allow for interconnection of additional resources to serve load by 2024 and allow interconnec- tion of an additional 1,920 megawatts (MW) of generation resources in eastern Wyoming; offer time-limited federal tax incentives associ- ated with new renewable generation will be enabled by the Transmis— sion Projects to partially offset costs; to accommodate 2,500 MW of interconnection and transmission service requests governed by exe- cuted contracts requiring construction of the Transmission Projects; and to improve transmission grid reliability. The preliminary estimated total cost of the Transmission Proj- ects is expected to exceed $2 billion, which includes $915 million for Wyoming based facilities. The Company intends to finance the Project through its normal internal and external sources of capital, including net cash. flow from operating activities, public and private debt offerings, the issuance of commercial paper, the use of unsecured revolving credit facilities, capital contributions, and other sources. The financial impact will not impair the Company’s ability to continue to provide safe and reliable electricity service at reasonable rates. This is not a complete description of RMP’s Application. Interest- ed persons may inspect the entire Application at RMP’s Wyoming of- fices and at the Commission’s offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during regular business hours. The Application may also be reviewed on line at: . https://www.rockymountainpower.net/about/rates-regulation/ wyoming-regulatory—filings.html. Anyone desiring to file a public comment, statement, protest, in- tervention petition or request for a public hearing in this matter must file with the Commission in writing on or before October 1, 2020. Any intervention request filed with the Commission shall set forth‘ the grounds of the proposed intervention or request for hearing as well as the position and the interest of the petitioner in this proceeding. Ifyou Wish to intervene in this matter or request a public hearing that you will attend, or you wish to file a public comment, statement, or protest, and you require reasonable accommodation for a disabil- ity, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427, or write to the Commission at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay at 711. Please mention Docket No. 20000-588—EN—20 (Record No. 15604) in your communications. Dated: September 3, 2020. 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