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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I October 3, 2019 + Barbara Ring Barbara Ann Ring, 88, died Sept. 28, 2019, at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell. Visitation will be held Thursday, Oct. 3, from noon until 5 p.m. at Kins- ley Mortuary in Marysvi!le, Kansas. A rosary service will follow at 7 p.m. at St. Gregory's Catholic Church, Marysville. Mass of Christian Buri- al will be 10:30 a.m Fri- day, Oct. 4, at St. Gregory's Catholic Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Barbara was born on June 15, 1931, in Omaha, Neb to Kenneth and Glad- ys (Long) Ashley. She was united in marriage to Frank A. Ring on Jan. 30, 1951, at St. Gregory's Catholic June arts and for Walmart. She was a member of St. Greg- ory's Catholic Church and the Altar Society. Barb was a 4-H leader in sewing and belonged to the Elm Creek Crusaders Extension Club. Family was an import- ant part of her life. She loved attending her chil- dren's and grandchildren's activities, attending 4-H events and the Marshall County Fair. In her spare time, she liked traveling, gardening, sewing, quilting and doing counted cross 16, 1931 - Sept. 28, 2019 Concern over possible illegal Virginia (Norman) Hol- comb, Avoca, Iowa, Sal- ly (Norm) Adams, Phoenix; and grandchildren -Ran- dy Wacker, Jeff Wacker, BY JESSICAROBINSON Julia Wacker, Barb (Jake) There was an update manufactured home subdivision discussed with P&Z commission Wassenberg, Mike (Brid- on a concern about possi- get) Larkin, Jon (Abby) Lar- ble manufactured homes kin, Tim Jones, Andy (Meg- on property north of Byron gan) Ring, Chriptopher at the Planning and Zon- Jones, Dan (Kimberly) Ring ing Commission meeting on one was being lived in. Cur- rent regulations state that if there are more than two being lived in, it is a mobile home court. Kruger said the huge flag for him is that they and Jordan Ring and 13 . Thursday, Sept. 26. have multiple electrical great-grandchildren. At the previous meet- pedestals in there. Preceding her in death ing in August, there wasDue to it being pri- were her parents, her hus- concern that the property vate property, Kruger can- band, Frank, in 1997, sonwould be an illegal manu- not just go out there. He is Roger Ring, daughter-in- factured home subdivision planning on sending letters if there were people living in the homes. It was report- ed that no one was living in the homes. County Land Church, Marysville. To this stitch projects, law Peggy (Bass) Ring and union were born three chil- Survivors include granddaughter Nicole Ring. dren, Peg, Patti and Roger. daughters Peg (Rob Long) A memorial fund has Barb worked for City Wacker, Lovell, and Pat- been established and will Sewing, helping customers ti (Bob) Larkin, Marys- be designated later. Contri- with fabric choices for proj- vile; daughter-in-law Lou- butions may be sent in care ects, and worked for Boog- ie Ring, Marysville; sisters of Kinsley Mortuary. - PEP RALLY SPIRIT LEADERS Planner Nick Kruger said in that meeting that he would investigate the report. At the September meet- DAVID PECK Members of the Lovell High School cheer team (l-r) Molly Reimers, Alex Englert, Matty Leithead, Macie Muller, ,Miranda Wambeke Alma DelaCruz and Ashlynn Fink cheer on their classmates during the LHS Homecoming, Pep Rally Thursday evening. . :: . :,ii , From our files to the owner asking why nothing was filed and if he has paperwork. IN OTHER BUSINESS There was an update on an alleged septic violation on Lane 42. Kruger said he was able to get a hold of the N.H has Mr. Wilson real- ly laid aside the work of the presidency. 75 Years Ago, October 5, 1944 The Lovell Chronicle ill" Wednesday, Oct. 8. Pro- spective pilots are invited to meet with him at the fire hall at 7:30 p.m. 100 Years Ago, Oct. 3, 1919 The Cowley Progress On Board President Wilson's Special Train, Sept. 27 - Ill from overex- ertion on his long tour for Automobile license 25 Years Ago, Oct. 6, 1994 The Lovell Chronicle 10 Years Ago, Oct. 1, 2009 The Lovell Chronicle Two Lovell veterans were honored with a flight to Washington, D.C last week to visit the World Wa.r II Me- ing, Kruger said it took a lit- property owner. He sent a tle bit of research. He told letter and they responded the commission that he currently does not have any documentation or anything filed with development per- mits, subdivision permits or septic permits. "The best I can tell, all of it was done without con- tacting the government," he said. Currently, there are three manufactured homes and two RVs on the prop- erty. Kruger added there is also a home that based on tax records was taken off because it was uninhabit- able. Somewhere after that to him. He is working with the owner to get a time set up to visit the property. Kruger is not anticipating any violation. Kruger went over the Aichele both served a tour of duty in the Navy during WWII. Walker said he was on a repair ship most of the time, traveling from port to port to fix equipment. Aichele said he ed his 100th birthday with a party at the Lovell Senior Citizens Center on Friday afternoon and a big birth- day party at the Byron Cul- tural Hall Friday night. Frank septic system authority and enforcement from the Dept. of Environmental Quality (DEQ) that was discussed at the last meeting. Kruger said he is the sanitarian for the county. He verifies that septic systems are installed correctly and being main- rained. If there is a bad sys- tem, it is Kruger's responsi- bility to go out, verify it and point it has been updated follow the proper proce- and being rented out as an dures afterwards. If some- apartment. Kruger also re- one refuses to fix the prob- ported that there are drive- lem, then it goes before the ways and electrical pedes- judge and Kruger can even tals for all of them. He did go to the state level for help. not know where the sewer is going. Chairman Alan Bair said that he was told that there was a Byron Drainage District drain that goes un- der that property. He men- tioned that the people com- plaining to him have never witnessed a septic system being installed and there They went over the sub- division application and ex- piration dates involved. This was discussed in the meet- ing in August. There is cur- rently no expiration for ma- jor subdivisions and there is a one-year expiration peri- od for simple subdivisions. Kruger gave an update on the Shell sub-area zon- was suspicion it was being ing repeal. Kruger said Jen- dumped into that drain, nifer Kirk, the new deputy "! h0pe that is not what county attorney, was able they, are doing;' Kruger to go back and verify the saidin regard to the suspi- sub'area repeal. He said the cions. "It deeply concerns legal process was done cor- me that not only the house, rectly. They just missed the but none of the trailers have signature document. Kirk any septic permit." drafted a resolution docu- Bair mentioned that ment and it was signed at this has come before the the meeting with the coun- commission before. It wasty commissioners. The determined that there were sub-area repeaI for Shell is only two trailers and only now done. Perspectives on small town with long streets the peace treaty, President plates in Wyoming for A century ago last morial that was opened to the Exhibit: Wyoming Wilson yesterday cancelled 1945 will be manufacturedThursday, Frank Steven Grif- public in 2004. WWII veter- the speaking dates remain- of metal, it has been an-fin was born. He celebrat- ans Wayne Walker and Lyle ing on his schedule and nounced by Deputy Secre- turned back toward Wash- tary of State E.T. Copenhav- An exhibit of photo- ington. The president acted en. The license plates this graphs from a new book under orders from his phy- year were made of a fiber about Wyoming by Dennis sician, Dr. Cary T. Grayson, material, which were very who said in a formal state- flimsy. Davis went on display Sept. 17 at Northwest College's of transition in the ener- gy industry. The book also examines the question of how well Wyoming lives up to its motto as the Equali- ment late yesterday after- 50 Years Ago, Oct. 2, 1969 was born Sept. 29, 1894, at a was part of a team that recov- SinClair Gallery. ty State. noon that Mr. Wilson was ' The Lovell Chronicle site named Mormon Bend, ered dead bodies and salvaged Davis, author of "Wy- The title derives from suffering from nervous ex- If enough interest isapproximately seven miles machinery lost in battle. They oming -- Perspectives on former Gov. Mike Sullivan's haustion and that while his shown, a flight school may west of present day Bur!- were taken to Washington,a 'small town with long description of the state as condition was not alarming, be established in Lovell, it ington. Rose Doty is Frank s D.C by the Honor Flight Net- streets,'" said the book "a small town with unusu- a considerable rest wouldwas announced this week.only sibling left. His niece, work program, which pro- and the photographs re- ally long streets." be necessary for his recov- Russ Cebulski of Malta, LeRose Peterson, noted the vides free flights to veterans suit from more than four The exhibit will hang in ery. Not since 1915, when he Mont certified flight in- only medicine he takes is an across the country to view years of traveling aroundthe gallery through Friday, spent two weeks at Cornish, structor, will be in Lovell aspirin a day. the memorial. Wyoming during a time Nov. 1. ' 11 6h h*l ,assembly q[I ] Ch h 1/ [CS~hO[iC Church I [ I urc ~rvice 9AM - ' / 1141Sh sh neAve"L vell'WY I 15tho= 't'a,5's-z=2z ff l Church II 3,Oldaho&vp lmvsl, II |Sundaysc"oo' ,o:3o M I I II Services II RVICES A [[ Morning Worship --10:50 AM [[ I I 9A, 8ible Study and I I Su day, 1-3PM jill Wed. Bible Study -- 7PM II[I //PrayerRev. Kurt McNabb6eM // //~iCheck monthly ~]endar on ~;~|i II II 10:15Ata SundaYworshipServiceSChool III [ at AssemblY310 IdahoAve Of GOdkovellChUrch ~ ! | II Rev. Dan Jarvis II / 307-548-7390 / / I / 56E. Main St Lovell / / F~~/~.~I I (-b/i~iko~(~/z["omzf. I I Pastor Gerald Cox i / 1[ 307-548-7105 J] I I I 970-629-2085| ~, www.lovellbiblechurchwy.net JL~,For special prayer requests call Pastor Cox. | OVERCoMER Friday, October 4 7 PM Saturday, October 5 3&7PM Rated PG. 119 rain. A highISChOOl basketbal coach volunteers to coach a l~oubled teen in long-distance running. Night Shows s51 Matinees ~4 the 2020 season P Get join the boanl! 7 PU I Lovell Fife Hail There are several open positions on the board, please consider joining and making a difference. Contact Megan Wilson at 307-250-7553 ~ any quesli0ns