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www. LovellChronicle.com October 14, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 Many Lovell Middle School students participated in the annual lip sync contest at the Commons Thursday night. Above, (l-r) Trysa Flood, Jason Harford, Kade Gifford and Madyson Jones make like cats while performing as the Meow Quartet. At the left Shelby Wardell performs "Perfect Day." DAVID PRCK K9 search produces three alerts The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls in the north end of the county for the week of Oct. 4-11: Oct. 4: A man reported that gasoline had been stolen from a tank in the back of a pickup in Frannie. He asked for extra pa- trol in his neighborhood. A K9 search at Lovell High School pro- duced three alerts, two from vehicles and one inside the school. The case is under investigation. A reported poaching with three deer be- side the highway with heads removed was unfounded. Sheriff Ken Blackburn said the heads were simply tucked un- der after the animals had been struck by vehicles. " DFS reported a possible case of child abuse when a toddler was taken to the hospital with a spiral fracture. After a detailed investigation, Blackburn said, it was determined that the break was an accident and that no abuse had oc- curred. Oct, 5: A call came in of a fight in progress between a father and his daughter in the Deaver area. The father was asked to leave the house and was cited for simple assault and battery. Oct. 7: A student at Rocky Mountain El- ementary admitted finding an iPOD that had earlier been reported missing. The case is under investigation. Oct. 8-" A woman reported that a truck kicked up a rock that broke her windshield on Highway 310 across from Lovell Con- crete. Oct. 11-" A report of shots fired in the Deav- er area turned out to be the Deaver-Fran- hie Fire Dept. hazardous materials disposal team disposing of some hazardous materi- als that made some small explosions. On MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk&apos;s office recently were: Richard Scott Gurney and Cheryl Diane Rohm, both of Lovell Ethan Tyler Angell and Karl Leithead, both of Lovell BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 648-2217. Born to Meadow and Steve Scheeler, October 8, 2010, at the Powell Hospital, a baby boy, Jayden Dale Scheeler, weighing 7 Ibs 2 oz. Grandparents are Zo and Ed Meier, Charlie Scheeler and the late Vicki Isabell. Great grandparents are Richard Preuit and Marie Scheeler. Born to Dorothy and Brenton Nuttall on Octo- ber 9, 2010, at the Powell Hospital, a baby girl, Ariana Kylie Nuttall, weighing 8 Ibs 9 OZ. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Chicago Title Insurance Company DBA (attorney in fact), Sheri L. Yoke (attorney in fact) to Grant W. Powers and Lauren M. Powers; Lovell Strongs "A" Subdivision Block 1 Lot 3 (Part) Roger Senn to Lamoine Sorenson; Deaver Original Town Block 46 Lot 9 Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Corine J. Titley to Ronald Tilley; Sec. 30 T57N R97W Lot 31 (Part) Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: Rosa Montanez, 49, no valid drivers license, fined $120 Rosa Montanez, 49, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Amy Lopez, 29, no valid registration, fined $70 Amy Lopez, 29, no child restraint, fined $100 Crystal Patina, 30, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Crystal Patina, 30, no valid registration, fined $70 Ross A. Hammond, 16, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Randel S. Meier, 40, Cowley, WY, no seat belt, fined $25 Jesus R. Villareal, 17, Cowley, WY, petty theft, fined $310 Juan O. Candelaria, 46, no valid drivers li- cense, fined $120 Juan O. Candelaria, 46, no insurance, fined $420 Jayme Wilson, 35, dog at large, fined $40 Jayme Wilson, 35, no city dog tags, fined $40 Heather Cozzens, 23, trespassing, fined $310 ($150 suspended) Riccarderea Wilson, 41, driving under suspen- sion, fined $420 Bobby W. Wardlow, 50, defacing property, fined $560 (possible $200 suspended, $625 restitution, 6 months unsupervised probation) Kristi V. Barbosa, 30 illegal parking, fined $35 Rosella J. Solberg, 83, expired license plates, fined $70 Billey Kleiner, 17, petty larceny, fined $600 ($250 possible suspended) Gall A. Parker, 38, Cowley, WY, no seat belt, fined $25 Mellisa L. Garza, 13, disturbing the peace (ha- rassing text message) fined $460 (possible $200 suspended, 6 months super- vised probation) Michelle Romero, 13, disturbing the peace (harassing text message) fined $460 (possible $200 suspended, 6 months super- vised probation) For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: Angela Hopkin, 46, speeding 25 mph, fined $65 Jessie Harrison, 17, speeding 25 mph, fined $65 Thomas L. Zahller, 60, Cody, WY, speeding 28 mph, fined $150 Ross E. Wardell, 63, speeding 25 mph, fined $65 Erma L. Palan, 75, speeding 28 mph, fined $160 Jerome T. Rapp, 48, Deaver, WY, speeding 29 mph, fined $160 Anton J. Bromm, 46, Oakland, NE, speeding 30 mph, fined $170 CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Hare rington recently were: David L. Olsen, 22, stop lamp violation, fined $60 Joshua J. Harms, 26, expired/improper regis- tration, fined $210 Eric M. Kinchoy, 33, stop lamp violation, fined $160 Brad A. Baxendale, 51, brake violation, fined $160 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Caroline W. Treadway, 34, speeding 38 mph, fined $92 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Van H. Neidig, 49, speeding 75 mph, fined $70 Nikki M. Albright, 33, speeding 85 mph, fined $100 Roger M. Torgersen, 38, speeding 79 mph, fined $82 Kathryn Mercado, 46, speeding 75 mph, fined $60 Krystian M. Tyko, 26, speeding 90 mph, fined $125 Frank Perez, 40, speeding 75 mph, fined $70 William L. Linebaugh, 51, speeding 75 mph, fined $70 Thomas L. Costello, 42, speeding 75 mph, fined $70 Darcy E. Palmer, 41, speeding 76 mph, fined $73 Melissa J. Redland, 20, speeding 80 mph, fined $85 Missing' I 1-year-old just got ride home The Lovell Police Dept. received the following calls for the week of Oct. 5-11: Oct. 5: A 911 call came in to the dispatch center during which a woman reported that her daughter was being beat up by her husband (the girl's father) in Deaver. The sheriffs office and a police officer both re- sponded to the residence. The father agreed to stay elsewhere for the night and was re- moved from the home by the deputy. Oct. 7-" A missing person report was called in on a missing l 1-year-old boy. The call was unfounded as the boy had been given a ride home after football practice. Oct. 8: An officer assisted a sheriffs dep- uty on a case in which two juveniles were cited for minor in possession after officers made contact with them at the Red Eagle gas station just west of town. w- Officers investigated a traffic accident in which Zachary Scheid, 19, driving a sil- ver 2003 Saturn, left the Maverik con- venience store, crossed two lanes of traf- tic and nearly sideswiped officer Jessica Flood, Chief Nick Lewis said. The Sat- urn came to a stop straddling the ]me- dian strip after knocking down a traffic sign, Lewis said. Scheid was transported to North Big Horn Hospital. There yeas more than $1,000 in damage done to the vehicle, which was towed, Lewis said. Oct. 10-" An officer made contact with four juveniles in the parking lot of the National Park Service Visitor Center. Breathalizer tests were administered and the vehicle was searched. No alcohol or controlled sub- stances were found, but the officer advised the four that they might want to find a dif- ferent place to hang out at 3 a.m. " The LPD is investigating a possible break-in at a Lovell residence dui, ing which 30 Oxycodone tablets were report- edly taken. Oct. 11-" An officer investigated a report that an older youth was purchasing tobac- co for minors. 00rth *Jqoru Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Sunnyand very nice 74 / 45 Friday Partly cloudy and mild 72 / 47 Saturday Partly cloudy and turning cooler 63 / 42 Sunday Cooler, rain and snow showers 57 / 38 Monday Light rain and snow showers 54 / 32 High pressure rebuilds over the northern Rockies for late this week. y\\;, ThiSfor a couple of days.Will bring mostly A stronger,SUnny' dry andpacific storm system though willmilder weather back to the region i:i i: , : S0e/30S : .0,,3os. ......... begin to arrive this weekend a0d as a result rain and snow showers .... .... Powell Lovell will be possible by Sunday and Monday. ......... ........ ii' ..... Cody =ln .... Climate Almanac Normals for 10114 to 10/18 .... : .......... "':: 60s / 30s ..... ' "" .......... 60s / 20s .............. Lovell Greybull .... ...................... ........... Average High/low 61 / 31 Average High/low 60!3i ......... " .n: Meeteetse  .......... ...... Record High/Low 87 in 1938, 10in 1969 Record High/Low 86in 1991, 18in 1999 .... ::. ................ 60s/30S ............ Average Precip. 0,14" Average Preip, 0,13 "',,: ..... Wor and ' 'i Record 24hr Precip. 0.85" in 2007 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.88" in 1971 .................. "" .......... .. 6Os/30s .......... Jet Stream Forecast for 10/18 Sunrise & Sunset ................ Sunrise Sunset ::::' .... Thermopolld". "  Thursday 7:26 AM 6:32 PM i0s t30S a.%< 00.doy ,:27AM ........ Saturday 7:28 AM 6:29 PM Sunday 7:30 AM 6:27 PM Monday 7:18 AM 6:44 PM .... National Weather Service Forecasts: Recreation Outlook htlp:llwwwcrh.noaa,gov/riw/index,htm Big Horn Lake - Breezy to windy but still dry and mild on " " " = a . e Saturday. Cloudy and cooler with light rain and snow showers developing on Sunday. Reservoirs etorlge (=toro-feet) % of full pool Res, Inflo. Re==. Outflow Bighorn Lake 942756 88,1% 185 3 eta 2451i3 eta Yellowstone National Park - Increasing clouds on Boysen 632446 85.3% 279.5 cfs 802.8 cfs Saturday but conditions look to remain mostly dry. Snow Buffalo Bill 485966 72,1% 218,7  1152,4 eta showers and colder temperatures develop on Sunday. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - The weekend will start out mild Road and Travel on the web- http:l/wydotweb,state.wy.ustweb/hlghway/text roed.html and dry and end much cooler with areas of rain and F ..... t pp.. : DayWeather, Inc. Cheyenne, WY 82001 snow showers. Snow showers and chilly Monday. www.dayweather.com WEATHER JOURNAL Date H L Prec. Oct, 7 74 46 .00 Oct, 8 78 52 .00 Oct, 9 62 5O .04 Oct, 10 57 38 .00 Oct. 11 69 40 ,00 Oct. 12 66 33 .02 OCL 13 61 29 .00 Big Horn Lake level (as of Wed., Oct 13): 3628.27 ft. Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by 00.First National 00BankdFrust