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October 3, 2019 I The Lovell Chronicle I 11 BY SAM SMITH Lovell Middle School seventh-grader Addison Woodford continued her winning ways on the course as she won the middle school girls race at the Worland In— vitational Thursday with a time of 12:54. Her time beat runner—up Ameya Eddy of Lander by 14 seconds. “When a race gets hard, that’s when she is at her best,” coach Joshua Sanders said. “She’s a smart runner. She’s aware of the course and she does great on all ter- rains. She purposely works to improve where others just hope it will happen.” Finishing in 28th was eighth—grader Croix Tryon at 15:26. Coming in 42“d was eighth-grader Hallie Cor— nia at 16:13. Finishing nine seconds behind her was Woodford takes the, gold at Worland Invite DAVID PECK eighth—grader Paige Thom— as in 43ml at 16:22. Rounding out the Lady Mustangs was sixth-grad- er Atlee Sanders in 45th at 20:10. “We’re running faster,” Sanders said about the girls team. “I like their mentali— ty. They’re an excited group. They’ll do whatever they’re asked to do. We’ve got excit- ed team captains.” BOYS RACE Leading the Lovell boys was sixth—grader Matthew Newman with a sixth—place time of 12:14. “(Matthew) Newman is one of those kids that, if he gets a challenge, he’ll go af— ter it,” Sanders said. Comin in 12 0nd behin sec- him in 10th was Lovell sixth-grader David Durfee is all smiles as he makes his way through the course during the Rocky Mountain Invitational September 23 at the Foster Gulch Golf Course. Durfee placed 10th in Worland Thursday . ‘ ANNETTE Moss Rocky Mountain sophomore Kendrick Beckman tackles a Burlington receiver with a time of 12:26. sixth-grader David Durfee at 12:26. In 13th place was eighth-grader Sam Dickson at 12:46. “I really felt that Sam Dickson had a great week of practice,” Sanders said. “He s gonna have a breakout in a meet here soon.” Coming in 43“ was sixth-grader Jacob Thom- as at 14:37, and sixth— rad- er Stetson Asay place 46th with a time of 15:26. Sev— enth-grader Thayne Zoll- man placed 48‘h at 15:37. Behind ,Zollman was sixth-grader Jay Mayes in 49th at 15:39.51. Other Mustang racers were seventh-grader Gavin Robertson at 15:39.97, sev- enth-grader Talon Bur— ton at 16:19, sixth—grad— er Cash Wassmer at 17:00, sixth—grader Brendan Pow- ell at 17:39, eighth—grad— er Parker Anderson at 18:44 and sixth-grader Hugh Car— penter at 31:50. “I love how our captains are getting the team ready before meets and before practices,” Sanders said. The Mustangs will com— pete at the Cody Invitation- al Friday with running com- mencing at 3:30 pm. during the Grizzlies BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Moun- tain junior varsity football quad kicked off home— coming week with a 35-13 win over Burlington Mon- day in Cowley. Rocky jumped out of the gate quickly as Grizzly quarterback Carsyn We— ber scored on a 30-yard touchdown run and a 37— yard interception return. Collin Haslem kicked both point—after tries through the uprights as the Grizz 35—13 win over Burlington Monday in Cowley. Grizzly JVs defeat Burlington at home led 14-0 after one. In the second, Kend- rick Beckman scored on a 12-yard pass play from We— ber. The PAT was good as Rocky took a 21—0 lead into halftime. The visitors from Bur- lington struck first in the second half on a Dan— iel Stanworth touchdown pass to get the Huskies on the board at 21-7. The Grizzlies respond- ed with a 40—yard pass play from Weber to Jess Wam- beke on the last play of the third quarter. Rocky led 28-7 after three. In the fourth, the Hus- kies scored on a Carson Jones touchdown pass to cut the lead to 15 with eight minutes left in the game. On the next Grizz pos— session, Weber put the game away with a 35-yard touchdown run as the Grizz went on to win by 22. The Grizzly JVs will host the Riverside Rebels Monday at 5 pm. Lovell runners compete with the big schools at Worland _ BY DAVID PECK Running against the likes of Lander, River— ton, Powell, Cody and host Worland, the Lovell High School cross country team found some good success at the Worland Invitation— al Thursday, coach' Ca— leb Sanders said, noting that the team continues,.to make progress, ' ,2,; Although a rainStorm struck the region Saturday, the weather was perfect Thursday, Sanders said, adding, “It was beautiful .— upper 70s with no Wind.” He also said the golf course where the race was held was fairly flat, giving coaches the opportunity to gauge progress in compar— ison to the Billings Invita— tional nearly a month earli— er, run on a similar course. Sanders named se— nior James Caldwell as week for the Worland race and the Rocky Mountain race on Monday. Caldwell placed 10th in the field of 105, 39 of whom were en— tered into the varsity divi— sion, in Worland, running a time of 17:58, a pace of 5:48 per mile. “At Rocky I felt he ran the first half of the race well, and in Worland he ran the first tWo miles well,” Sanders said. “He still needs to work to improve his last mile, for whatev- er reason. He ran a 5:48 pace. He’s goin to need to get down to a :35 pace on a flat course, and we have two coming up with Cody and Powell.’ Junior Cardon Mick— elson placed 30th with a time of 19:38. Sanders said he “didn’t have his best day, -.by his own admission.” The rest of the Lovell sity division, and the top finishers were the Carpen— ter twins, with Cameron 26th with a time of 21:31 and Quin 27th at 21:34. Sanders said he was pleased that Quin’s pace of 6:58 per mile was a little better than his pace in Billings, 7:00, when the Worland course was a bit more difficult. ,, . ,“Thatis ,a decent, im— provement,”‘the coach said. “Quinn has closed the gap on Cameron.” Other Lovell runners were freshman Jordan Al— len, 24:44, and Rurik Olsen, 28:12. GIRLS RESULTS In the girls race, the top finisher for the Lady Bulldogs was senior Patti Sanders, who placed 25th in the varsity division with a time of 23:23 after plac— ing fourth at the Rocky Mountain meet. most focused girl runner. You can see it in her warm- ups and how she approach— es the race,” Coach Sanders said. Senior Lauren Mitch- ell covered the course in 24:08 to finish 29th, and junior Brookl n Walker ran 24:09 to finis 30th. Junior Maddisun Steed ran 24:33, good for, 34th. place. I . ,, ’_ “Lauren had a. decent race. She’s pretty consis— tent,” Sanders said, noting that Mitchell’s pace was just four seconds per mile slower than Billings on a little tougher course. “Brooklyn’s time was her best of the year,” Sand- ers said, noting that her pace of 7:48 per milewas much better than in Bill- ings. “Brooklyn is trending in the right direction.” As for Steed, he said it was just one of those days have it in her legs.” Junior Raeghan Wacker ran 25:29 (39th), senior Sariah Hendershot 25:55 (42nd). “I’m proud of Sariah. She ran her most aggres— sive mile as her last mile,” Sanders said. “Of all of this group, she’s probably our most cpnsistent runner mile tomile tomile.” I In' the junior varsity division, freshman Anes- sa Luna placed eighth with a time of 24:29, and fel- low frosh Alex Walker ran 31:50 in her first race of the season to finish 29th af— ter competing on the golf team for several weeks. “Anessa ran her fast- est time of the year. She probably had the biggest leap forward in thatmeet,” Sanders said. “Alex Walker has great mechanics. She’s just got to get in shape.” is continuing to make progress. . “I felt ood about how we raced,’ Sanders said. “There’s still room for us to learn how to run compet- itively and more aggres— sively. We’re tryin some things in practice or how to get into that mindset.” The Lovell high school and. .middle_school squads Will travel to Cody ’ Frida” for the Cody InvitatiOna. Running begins at the 01- ive Glenn Golf Course at 3:30 pm. with the middle school girls, followed by the middle school boys at 4 pm, the high school girls at 4:30 and the high school boys at 5 pm. , Sanders said the high school runners enjcay Cody’s “fox and houn ” format in which runners have staggered starts, with slower runners getting to the team runner of the team ran in the junior var— ROCKY MOUNTAIN G Z HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT OF THE R J axon J olley Jaxon had a great game against Newcastle, leading the line and controlling the trenches leading to another Rocky win. Rocky had 2 backs over 100 yds, . and continue to benefit from his effort and leadership on the field. Gary’s Auto Body 455 Pennsylvania Ave, Lovell - 307-548-6763 Zane Horrocks This week’s Spirit of the Grizz goes to Zane Horrocks. In the Wind River game he threw for 184 yds and 3 TDs, and threw no interceptions. He was also 2nd on the team in defensive points. Great game, Zane. TOWN OF LOVELL Preliminary Agenda . Regular Meeting - October 8, 2019, 7 PM Call to Order Roll Call Pledge of Allegiance Public Hearing: Wireless Communication Facilities Regulations Public Comments: Reports Updates: (limit to 15 minutes) Lovell Inc. Stormy Jameson ' Consent Agenda: Meeting minutes Regular Meeting September 10, 2019, Work Meeting September 24, 2019 Bills for payment Unfinished Business: New Business: ‘ ,v . , Ordinance 985,2019 Wireless Communication Facilities Regulations — 1st Reading Fall Cleanup — Set dates ‘ : General Information: ‘ , , ‘ Petitions and Communications Administration Reports —, Additional Comments *— - Work Meeting: Adjourn Meeting Next Regular Meeting: November 12, 2019 “She’s probably our where the junior “didn’t LOVELL HIGH SCHOOL UL» OF THE EEK Patti Sanders Patti was our top runner this week as we competed at the Rocky and Worland Invitational. She placed in the top 10 at the Rocky Invitational and top Lovell finisher for the girls team at the Worland Invitational placing atst with a time of 23:23.6. She is focused and does her warm-ups properly meet and then placed 10th at the Worland which allows her to compete well. Invitational with a time of 17:58.2. 164 E. Main St. lovell III‘II ggjsggtm Byron Solid. Waste Disposal District ACCEPTING BIDS Byron Solid Waste Disposal District is accepting bids on the sur- plus equipment of a 72” Clamshell Bucket for a Bobcat and 'a 54” Roto- tiller for a Bobcat. Bids can be mailed to Byron Solid Waste Disposal District, PO. Box 138, Byron, WY, 82412, or dropped off at 351/2 South Pryor, Byron, WY. Bids will be accepted until 4:00 pm. on October 10, 2019. James Caldwell James was the Bulldogs top runner this week as the team competed at both the Rocky Mountain and Worland Invitational. He finished 2nd at the Rocky Mountain Published: September 26, October 3 and 10, 2019 Big Ham Coumx PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on the 18th day of September, 2019, the following applicants filed and application for a license Transfer, in the office of the clerk of Big Horn Cunty: REI‘AIL LI UOR LICENSE Debbies Junction LLC — Lovell, Wyoming, to the All American Sports Bar LLC Lovell, Wyoming. Protests; if any there be, against the transfer on the license will be heard at 1:00 pm. on the 15th day of October 2019, in the board of c6unty commissioners chambers, Basin, Wyoming. ‘ Published: September 26 and October 3, 2019 Sanders said the team start first and run in front. RMP Docket No. 20000-550-EA-18 PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Rules, notice is hereby given that a public hearing is scheduled regarding Rocky Mountain Power’s (RMP or the Company) Application requesting an accounting order for settlement charges related to its pension plans (Application). The Wyoming Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA) and Wyoming Industrial Energy Consumers (WlEC) have inter- vened in this matter. The public hearing is set to commence on Tues- day, October 29, 2019, at 9:00 am, in the Commission’s heating room located at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, in Cheyenne, Wyoming. RMP is a public utility as defined in Wyo. Stat. § 37-1-101 (a) (vi) éC), subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction pursuant to Wyo. Stat. 372-112. On December 31, 2018, RMP filed an Application requesting authority to [i] defer the expected impacts associated with the oc- currence of a pension event in 2018 and resulted in a $21 million pension-related loss for the year, and any subsequent similar pension events; and [ii] amortize the impact of pension events (i.e., the in- crease or reduction in regulatory assets or liabilities) to expense over the same period that is used to amortize the underlying regulatory assets or liabilities with the opportunity to recover the amount in rates as part of net periodic benefit cost The Company’s proposal is designed to maintain normalized pension costs and credits and avoid exposing customers to potential cost volatility from single year “pen- sion events.” All interested persons are encouraged to attend the public hear- ing which will be conducted in accordance with the Wyoming Admin- istrative Procedure Act and the Wyoming Public Service Commission Rules and Special Regulations. Interested persons may appear and be heard, either in person or through counsel, as provided by Commis- sion Ru e. The Commission’s hearings are open to all persons. If you wish to attend the hearing and you require reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact the Commission at (307) 777-7427 (Voice or ’ITY) in Cheyenne during regular business hours or write them at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, to make arrangements. Communications impaired persons may also contact the Commission by accessing Wyoming Relay (TI‘Y) by dialing 711. Please mention Docket No. 20000-550EA—18 (Record No. 15179) in your correspondence. If you wish to listen to the hearing scheduled in this matter go to http://pscwyus at the appropriate time and fol- low the instructions to connect to the hearing. Dated: September 30, 2019. Published: October 3 and 10, 2019 small st deols Vf’