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PATTI CARPENTER PHOTO Tori Aiken and Joey Bassett cheer for the team during the pep rally at Lovell High School on Thursday night. Amber Mayes performs during halftime at the Lovell High School homecoming football game Friday night. CINDY ASAY PHOTO Sheriff’s report Deputies respond in Cowley to neighbor dispute over hay The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of Sept. 21 28: Sept. 21: Deputies responded to a report of metal shavings on Highway 310 near Mile Post 212 causing flat tires and blowouts. Sept. 22: Deputies followed up on a dog bite incident that happened previously near Lovell. Sept. 23: The sheriffs department received a ‘REDDI report regarding erratic driving near Frannie. The call was referred to an- other agency. Sept. 24: Deputies were asked to check a Police Report house in Byron. Everything checked out OK. 0 The owner of an apartment building in Lovell reported that the screen was slit on the windows of one of the apartment units. Sept. 25: A large group of motorcyclists reported they would be participating in a ' bike run with 30 other motorcyclists from the area. Sept. 26: A resident of Cowley complained that his neighbor’s cows ate $300 worth of hay. It was determined that it was a civil matter. Women’s bathroom vandalized at baseball park The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of Sept. 22 28: Sept. 25: A Lovell resident reported a dead black crow in her yard. The department’s an- imal control officer was asked to remove it. Sept. 26: Bonnie Rodriquez was arrested on a bond revocation. 0 Officers provided assistance to an individ— ual who seemed to be confused and disori- entated. 0 The women’s bathroom located near the east baseball field on Quebec Ave. was vandalized. The vandals .lit the toilet pa- per on fire, which melted its dispenser. The matter is under investigation. Sept. 27: A door was found open with a key in its lock at a local business. Sept. 28: A Lovell resident complained about dogs pooping on the lawn near the el- ementary school. Find Your Park Through Art event this weekend at Bighorn Canyon Bighorn Canyon Na- tional Recreation Area is excited to be hosting a “Find Your Park Through Art” event this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3—4, at the Ewing-Snell Ranch. Artists of all skill levels are invited to bring their gear to draw, paint or pho— tograph outdoors, Chief of Interpretation Chris- ty Fleming said. Artists will have an opportunity to work with the “en plein air” method, with block printing and in photography. Art- ists are invited to bring a tent and camp on the lawn at the Ewing-Snell Ranch or an RV and camp at ei- ther the Trail Creek Camp- ground or the Horseshoe Bend Campground. Artists are also wel- come tO come for the pro- grams they are most inter- ested in. “It’s set up as work- shops,” Fleming said. “Ev— eryone brings their own art supplies and they can go with different artists who will share knowledge about their medium. People can ask questions, and there ford,” Fleming advised. The schedule is as follows: Saturday, Oct. 3 3 p.m. Welcome by Ranger Doug Leen —- “Ranger of the Lost Art” — at the Ewing-Snell Ranch 4 p.m. Plein air painting with Stephanie Rose at Ewing—Snell will be time for artists to work on their own works, but also an artist can start a project and get advice and reflect and take advantage of time focused specifically on art.” Four Bighorn Canyon Artists in Residence will be presenting programs for the event. Stephanie Rose of the Heart Mountain area will be hosting plein air painting, which Fleming described as “painting what you see in front of you.” Marilyn Feather of Michigan and Lynn Rich- ardson of Powell will be pre- senting photography pro— grams and Amanda Palmer will be demonstrating block printing. Retired ranger Doug Leen will be sharing a special Find Your Park Through Art project and presentation about the art of the Work Projects Ad- ministration from the New Deal Era. “Come and see his Air- stream trailer illustrat- ed with beautiful National Park Service sights painted by Powell artist Janet Bed- 6 p.m. Nighttime photography with Lynn Richardson at the Lockhart Ranch Sunday, Oct. 4 6:30 am. Sunrise photography at Devil’s Canyon Overlook with Marilyn Feather 9 am. Art hike to Hillsboro with Amanda Palmer and friends 1 p.m. Wood block printing with Amanda Palmer All participants will need to bring their art sup- plies and gear: pencils and paper, pastels, paint, cam- era, cable release and tri- pod, etc. Participants will be responsible for their own food, water, snacks, lodging and transportation. For questions about this event or becoming an Artist In Residence at Big- horn Canyon, contact Flem- ing at 548-5406. October 1, 2015 The Lovell Chronicle 5 On the Record in Big Horn County 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. Born to Haley and Cam- eron Miller at Powell Val- ley Healthcare on Sept. 19, 2015, at 2:08 a.m., a baby boy, Ellis Gardner Mill- er, weighing 7 lbs. 11 oz. Sibling is Hudson Miller, 4. Grandparents are Da- vid and Lea Sorenson, Dan Miller and Michelle Miller. Born to Tommie and Jor- dan Zarate at Powell Val- ley Healthcare on Sept. 22, 2015, at 4:00 p.m., a baby boy, Kian Damico Za- rate, weighing 7 lbs. 1.5 oz. Grandparents are John Graham and the late Ma- linda Graham and Sandy Zarate. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk‘s of- fice recently were: John Paul Jones of Otto and Alice Lorraine Chatwin of Basin. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk‘s of- fice recently were: Justin W. Johnson and Elizabeth G. Johnson to Jared Sanders, Lovell Cityview Addition Subdivi— sion, Lot 29 & 30, Block 2. Danny Max Burke to Boyd W. Wilson, Cowley Original Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 43. Bobbie Rae Sessions — Trustee and Ruben Luna — Trustee of the Bobbie Rae Sessions Trust Dated the 14th Day of March, 2013 to Wesley Walker Wilkerson and Wendy Renae Wilker- son, Lovell Taggart Subdi- vision, Lot B. Cheryl Wardell t0 Mi- chael I. Henley, Lovell Orig- inal Town, (Part) Lot 4, Block 22. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Mu- nicipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Richard S. Calvillo, Ba- kersfield, Calif, 41, driving too fast for conditions, $70. Robert Winterholler, Lovell, 33, dog at large, $40. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined In the Fifth Ju- dicial Circuit Court in Big Horn County before Judge Thomas Harrington recently were: Michael W. Nicholson, possession of a controlled substance —- plant 3 oz. or less, 12 months probation, $150 costs, dismissed. Two counts possession of a con- trolled substance — powder or crystal 3 grams or less, dismissed. Andey Doyle Lovell, op- erating without a permit for an overweight vehicle, $230. Brandi L. Howell, Fran- nie, failure to stop at stop sign, $110. Zachary G. Miller, Lovell, no seat belt: driver, $25. Melvin F. Weinschrott, Worland, no seat belt: driv- er, $25. Vance S. Leithead, Lovell, no seat belt: driver, $25. Casey A. Ellis, Lovell, expired or improper regis- tration, $115. Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Peter H. Rutledge, Sil- ver Spring, Md., $113. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Walker R. Williamson, Albuquerque, N.M., $137. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Steven R. Potes, Rock— ford, Mich., $84. Kelly R. Rowland, San Antonio, Texas, $84. Robert C. Bohannon, Tailwind, Conn., $75. Neal C. Potter, Roos- evelt, Utah, $102. Stephanie N. Smith, Da- vis, 111., $75. Frederick L. Fernandez, Harbor City, Calif, $99. Andrew K. Weston, Pow- ell, $91. Keith E. Pendill, Living- ston, Mont., $15. Rebecca A. Scott, Grey- bull, $82. Fidel Mendez-Aguilar, Greybull, $70. James K. Stark, Seattle, Wash., $87. Relay For Life fundraiser Saturday evening in Basin BY BARBARA ANNE GREENE Hope is the theme of the “Light Up the Night, Finish the Fight” fundrais- er Saturday at Lions Park in Basin. The fundraiser is a benefit for Big Horn County’s Relay for Life. , Andi Buckley of the American Cancer Society said the event has already raised over $8,000. The funds will be used“ to help cancer patients in Big Horn County, from pro- viding transportation to buying wigs for those that want them. “I am really excited to have a new event this year,” said Buckley. “Our main goal is to always hon- or our survivors. Between the fun run, dinner and en- tertainment, I am sure that will happen.” The event starts at 4 p.m. with a run/walk on the Basin bike path. The run/ walk can be as long or short as the participants desire. Local Mary Kay represen- tatives will be at a table at the start of the walk to reg- ister teams that haven’t al- ready signed up and to give gift bags to cancer survi- vors. The walk ends at 5 p.m. A firefighter’s pancake breakfast starts at 5 p.m. The Basin Volunteer Fire Department will be cooking it. The suggested donation is $5. Survivors eat for free. Entertainment in the form of music by Ka- lyn Beasley, a skit by Suzi Shelhamer and Zumba by Gottsche starts at 6 p.m. The SHACK, Grace South- ern Baptist Church and Gottshe will also have games such jousting, knock- er balls and bounce house. At 6:30 p.m. survivors will be asked to come forward to be recognized with a special song. There will also be a si- lent auction, hot chocolate, popcorn and a beer gar- den. Survivors are asked to check in at the survivor’s table when they arrive. “Stars” are available for $15 each. They will be put along the walk path and have the names of those that have passed from can- cer, those who are fighting cancer and those who have survived it. Forms will be available at the event but are also available at the chambers in Lovell, Grey- bull and Basin as well as the Basin Republican Rus- tler, as are forms for the fun run/walk. This event is replacing the traditional Relay for; Life that is held in LOVell. : “When I started work-l ing with Big Horn County in March, it was brought to attention that the com- munity wanted something different. Luckily, I found Barbara Anne and we were able to put our heads to- gether and create this fun event. I know it is going to be a great time for the entire family, and I can’t wait to meet everyone that comes. HOPE for good weather!” said Buckley. More information is available on the “Light Up the Night, Finish the Fight” Facebook page. If you would like to help, contact Buck- ley at (406) 373-8491 or the chamber at 568-3055. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday <3 Mostly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 20% 75/47 Ffiday Showers Likely Preclp Chance: 60% 62/44 Saturday gs: . Few Showers Preclp Chance: 30% 58/40 Bi Horn Basin Outlook Thursday we will‘see mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms, high temperature of 75°, humidity of 33%. Southeast wind 6 mph. Expect mostly cloudy skies Thursday night with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms, overnight low of 47°. North wind 5 to 8 mph. Climate Almanac Normals for 10/1 to 10/5 I Greybull 581'36 Mamet-ling Record High/Low 89 in 1936, 16 in 19,85, Record High/Low ' 0.15” Average Precip. * I 0.15“ 1.04" in 1994 Record 24hr. Precip. Lovell Average meme . Average Precip. ’ Record 24hr. Precip. Jet Stream Forecast for 10/5 Thursday Friday Saturday Su nday Monday ' cam 87, in 2001, 22 in 1991 0.35" in 1971 Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunlel mean. 353 plat 7:13 am. 6:51 pm. 7:14 am, 5:49 p.m. 7:16 am. 6:48 p.m. ' attain 5:45 p.m. National Weather Servlce Forecasts: http://wwwcrh.noaa.gov/riwfindex.htm Streamflow Information River smgeireet) Big Horn at Basin " 325' Big Horn at Kane 2.43' Shoshoni near Loveil -. 4.75“? v Road and Ttavel (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Road and Travel on the web- http://wydotwethIlemyudwehmIghway/leeroadel WEATHER JOURNAL Date H L Rain Sept. 23 86 45 00 Sept. 24 88 48 00 Sept. 25 91 50 00 Sept.26 95 52 00 Sept. 27 . 73 50 00 Sept. 28 72 45 00 Sept. 29 77 43 00 vaidedboncuWeatherccm Big Horn Lake level: 3,635.9 it. (as at Wed, Septgmber so. 2915) Flow(cfs) 896" r':."“-3~‘l,1'7!1» H 1,300 1,590 560. ,.C .I,..,u7?84fi.2;1 Sunday Partly Cloudy Preclp Chance: 10% 63/38 Monday {It Mostly Sunny Preclp Chance: 5% 70/42 Weekend Outlook AN m."\°‘60l,39_ as r f: Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake Mostly cloudy Saturday, with a 40 percent chance of showers, highs in the upper 50$. Partly sunny Sunday, with highs in the low 605. "°""" F'W‘m.’ Yellowstone National Park Partly sunny Saturday, with a 20 percent chance of snow showers, highs in the upper 40$. Partly sunny Sunday. with highs in the low 50s. Big Horn Mountains - Mostly cloudy Saturday, with a q 9 East Main, Lovell, Wyoming chance of rain and snow showers before noon, then a chance of rain showers. Some thunder is also possible. Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by Apple re a