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www.LovellChronicle.com October 14, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 13 'A Hero's Homecoming' continues at RMHS BY DAVID PECK Homecoming activities at Rocky Mountain High School continue through Saturday this week as RMHS celebrates "A Hero's Homecoming," culminating with football and volleyball games against Burlington on Friday. Student council sponsor Sally Bernhisel said the idea behind the theme is to cel- ebrate local heroes like sol- diers, as well as get across the idea in Rocky Mountain schools that "Grizzlies are our heroes," she said. Activities began Mon- day with Pajama Day, with students wearing night clothes to school. In home rooms, students planned and prepared bulletin boards, locker decorations, banners and sidewalk art to be put up on Wednes- day. Tuesday was Fan Day, with students wearing the apparel of their favorite college or pro teams. Vot- ing for royalty was con- ducted in home rooms. Wednesday was Class Color Day, and the annu- al Homecoming Olympics were held at the auxiliary gym with seniors and stu- dent council advisors in charge. Thursday is Hero/Vil- lain Day, and senior girls will spray paint the griz- zly head logo on the foot- ball field and the metal RM near the football field. The senior boys will gather wood for the bonfire. The junior class will sponsor the annual Navajo Taco Dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the "Great Hall" (cafeteria/commons), and the bonfire and pep rally will begin at 7 p.m. at the south end of the football field in Cowley. The rally will include cheers, a fan participation game, the in- troduction of teams with coaches speaking and se- niors recognized, the band performing, a senior Skit and the announcement of the royalty. BUSY FRIDAY Friday is Brown and Gold Day, and new to the celebration, Bernhisel said, are the class skits at 9 a.m. in the Great Hall. Middle school students will be able to attend the skits, she said. Following the skits, students will assemble behind the school for the homecoming parade, with school organizations pro- viding "floats" for the pa- rade, which will wind its way through Cowley to the elementary school. A school drum line will provide a ca- dence for the parade, and national guardsmen will assist with the event, Bern- hisel said. Elementary students will greet the parade out- side of the school and stu- dents young and old will join together for a snake dance around the school, with everyone ending up inside for a school assembly and pep rally. High school students will be handing out Grizz sports cards. Rocky will take the field at 2 p.m. to take on Burl- ington in the first game to be played at the new Rocky Mountain Middle/High School Field in Cowley. Volleyball matches against the Lady Huskies will fol- low at 5 (freshmen), 6 (JVs) and 7 p.m. at the new gym. Friday's busy slate of activities will wrap up with a movie night at the school beginning at 9 p.m., or- ganized by the freshmen. Movies will be shown in both the library and the Great Hall. Concessions will be available. Homecoming Week will conclude Saturday with the dance from 9 p.m. to mid- night at the Great Hall. iiiiii!ii!iii!i!iiiii/ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiL i !i;i Rocky Mountain students and staff whooped it up on Homecoming 'Fan Day' Tuesday, Oct. 12. Sophomore Brianna Hocker shows her fan spirit with a Bronco tee and tie, School Resource Officer Steve Coleman sports a combo Dallas Cowboy/University of Texas outfit complete with the 'hook 'em Horns' wave, and Junior Camaron Wambeke shows her true colors with a Redskins jersey. Services OHered Services Offered Announcements POWELL: 2 BED- ROOMS for rent in large home. $400 per month. 754-2294. __ (81-87ThursP) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM apartment. $475/month plus deposit, plus utilities or $625/utilities included, no pets. 754-5915. (81-83P) GREYBULL: TWO BED- ROOM NEWLY remod- eled house. Dishwasher, washer, dryer. $450 plus utilities. No smokers, no pets. 307-765-9521. __ (10/14-10128pB) BASIN: TWO BED- ROOM, ONE bath home. Laundry hook ups. Avail- able 11-1-10. $475 rent $400 deposit. Tenant pays utilities. No pets. No smokers. 916-723- 2564, Matt. (10/14tfB) GREYBULL: THREE BEDROOM, ONE and half bath house. Large yard, new carpet, fresh paint. References required. Rent and utili- ties. 307-765-9417. __ (10/14-10121pB) TWO OFFICE SPACES available in the Mead Hotel. Very affordable. Please call Angle. 307- 272-1700. __ (10/7-10/28pB) GREYBULL: SUNSET APARTMENTS, TWO bedrooms. All appli- ances. No smoking, no pets. Call 307-765-2828 or 307-272-8742. __ (10/7-10/28pB) BASIN: TWO BEDROOM APTS. Brand new! All new appliances. Washer and dryer hook ups. No pets. No smoking. $550 per month plus utilities. 307-660-6120. (12/31tfB) Call 254-2219 (local: or 754-4101 Lost & Found Feed & Seed Wanted to Rent Announcements It's like getting 4 ads for the price of one! STORAGE We Have Sizes o For All Sterage MAt Needsl C.m,,.b,. New Units ~ RV Storage! 13 feet high! 10x10 & 10x20 units now available GREYBULL: NICE ONE BEDROOM trailer. For one or two only. Washer, clothesline in yard, quiet neighborhood, lots of shade. References required. No pets. 307- 765-4422 or 307-899- 2368. (9/30tfB) GREYBULL: IMMAC- ULATE THREE BED- ROOM, two bath. Washer/ dryer, dishwasher, A/C. No smokers, no pets. $675 month to month, $675 deposit. Available October 1. 307-250- 4099. (9/23tfB) GREYBULL: NICE SHADY PARKING spot for well-kept mobile home. Available in the future. 307-899-2368 or 307-765-4422. (8/12ffB) BASIN: 1 AND 2 BED- ROOM apt. Free laundry. All utilities paid. Refer- ences required. 307-272- 5405 or 307-921-8558. (8/20ffB) GREYBULL: DRY CREEK STORAGE. New units. 12x24, 12x20, 12x16, 10x10. 700 14th Ave. N. 307-272-9419. (7 /23tfB) GREYBULL: STORAGE SHEDS. 10x10 - 10x15 - 12x20. Call 307-765- 2407 or 307-272-5470. (7/16tfB) I .......... A / F-/I I * Eff-'y, 1&2 bed rom apts, I *Some uniwith balconies I * Many services and activities I BASIN: THE LILAC MOTEL. Clean and com- fortable. Wireless internet. Reasonable rates - daily, weekly, monthly. 710 West C St. 307-568-3355. (tfB) GREYBULL: CLIMATE CONTROLLED STOR- AGE units. 6x10, 8x10, 10x10. (307) 272-5503. (tfB) BASIN: ONE-BDRM APT. available for low-income seniors, rent depends on income. Martin Apart- ments, Basin. Jim & Mary Raff1568-2297. (tfB) GREYBULL: THE STOR- AGE SHED has units available by the day, week, month or year. 1417 N. Seventh St. Call 568-2795. (tfB) BASIN: STORAGE UNITS available at The Storage Shed - by the day, week, month or year. 568-2795. (tfB) POWELL: ONE BDRM APT., stove and refrig, close to college. Refer- ences required. No pets, agent owned. $400/mo., some utilities included. 254-0346. (80-83P) POWELL: 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath house, $800 per month, no pets, no smok- ing. Available Nov. 1 t, Call Stacey, 307-202-1848. (80-84P) POWELL: OFFICE FOR RENT, 152 N. Absaroka, fiber optics, phone sepa- rate utilities. 754-3237 or 272-0588. (80-83P) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM APT., hookup for washer and dryer. We pay MDU and water, $600 per month, $300 deposit. No pets, references required. Call 754-4675. (80-84P) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM basement apartment, stove and refrigerator, washer and dryer. No pets, utilities included. Agent owned, $600/mo., 254-0346. (80-830) POWELL: ROYAL MIL- l.AGE Mobile Home Park. Single lots available. 754- 3784. __ (27-26, 2011P) POWELL: 4 BDRM, 3 BATH trailer with built- on addition. Very nice 3.5 acres, fenced with 1-acre horse pasture with loafing shed. All appliances. No smok- ing, dogs negotiable. 1 year lease. References required. $900/mo., I st and last rent and security deposit, plus utilities. 307-202-3492. (80-81 P) POWELL: TWO BED- ROOM, recently remod- eled house. Call 754- 5864. (79-85C) POWELL: LARGE 1 BEDROOM house, stove and refrigerator, washer/ dryer hookups. No pets, $450/mo. plus security and utilities. 754-9483. (75TFC) POWELL: VERY CLEAN 2 bedroom, 1 bath stove, refrigerator, newly painted daylight apartment. No pets, year lease. $485 plus deposit, 899-3355. Peggy Rohr- bach at Prudential Bro- kerage West. (76-61 C) POWELL: OFFICE SPACE, varying sizes. Call 754-8215 to set up an appt. (65TFC) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath basement apart- ment. No pets, no smok- ing, $650/mo., includes utilities. 899-3592. (55TFC) LOVELL EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS for rent. Deposit required. 272- 6384. (91TFC) 1-2 BDRM APT. OR HOUSE, no more than $450/mo., including utili- ties. Have cat and small dog. Would like fenced yard. Call 202-1687. (80-83P) SPRINKLERS AND LANDSCAPING, offer- ing sprinkler installation, repairs, blow outs, 3-D landscape imaging, dec- orative curbing, paver patio, hydroseeding/sod, dirt work and more. Hand- ford's Sprinkler and Land- scape. 307-347-6662. www.handfordsprinkler. com. __ (4/1-10/21cB) RUSSIAN OLIVE REMOVAL. Sweetwater Reclamation. Call for quote. 307-469-2289 or 307-272-1580. BHB(4/lffB) K-D DRAPERIES - window treatments and wall covering displays at McKinnon Flooring. Call Kathy 568-9389 or (800) 347-0089. (tfB) CONTRACTORS, HOME OWNERS, save money on your next wiring project. Brosius Electric - quality, profes- sional, on time service. References available. Serving Greybull and Basin every Thursday with no travel charge. Call 250-1076, Tim Bro- sius, master electrician. (L9/16tfc) FOR All YOUR PLUMB- ING concerns call Plumb- ing Plus! 754-3327. __ (84TFThursC) THE WILD EDGE Screenprinting. Get a modern new look for your tees, sweatshirts, hats and more by Cindy Asay. Email tctwest.net. 307-272- 9380 or 307-254-2497. __ (L9/9-10/14p) GUITAR LESSONS: patient instructor, profes- sional musician. Lovell, 307-254-4473. (L2/4tfc) CANYON SERVICES, HOME Improvement service and repair, heat- ing, A/C, plumbing. No job too big, no job too small. Jeff Young, 35 years experience. 307- 250-7649. (L7/9/09-tfc) OVER 206,000 WYO- MING PEOPLE will read your classified ad if you place it in WYCAN. Sell, buy, announce. $135 for 25 words. Contact this newspaper for details. (81-81w) WINTER FERTILIZER APPLICATION. Free estimates, Powell area. Gary, 754-4548. (80-85P) HOUSE SITTING AVAIL- ABLE, PETS TOOl Very responsible, dependable adult. References avail- able. Call Jacque, 202- 0910, leave message. (75TFC) NOW IS THE TIME for great outdoor portraits. Call C.Wensky Pho- tography. Located at 143 E. Second, Powell. (By appointment only.) Affordable prices, expe- rienced results. 202- 0858. (29TFE) HORTON CONSTRUC- TION - remodels, decks, skid steer service, small jobs, home repairs, handicap accessible home modifications ... Call Ben Horton, 254- 5072. Free estimates. (71TFE) HAY FOR SALE: 400+ tons 4'x8' bales, $35-$90 per ton depending on which bales you want and amount. 307-899-0437. __ (L9/23-10/14p) I sT R, 2 NO CUTTING oat hay. 754-5864. __ (77-83ThursP) OPEN AA MEETING. Tuesdays 8 p.m. Harris Hall, St. Andrew's Epis- copal Church, 401 S. 8th, Basin. .(fiB) AL-ANON MEETS at 436 Greybull Ave., Greybull at noon on Mondays. .(tfB) GREYBULL: NA GROUP. Wednesdays 7-9 p.m. 425 South 5th St., (Grace Fellowship) Greybull. .(fiB) SHOPPERS WANTED for Holiday Craft Fair, Lovell, Oct. 22 and 23. For information call 548- 7561. __ (Lg/16-10/14p) NARCOTICS ANONY- MOUS NOW meets in Love,, Monday evenings at 7 p.m. at the Big Horn Federal conference room. Call 272-8384 for more info. __ (72ThursTFF) PVHC DIABETES SUP- PORT Group, for anyone interested in Diabetes, meets @ the Powell Hos- pital the 2nd Monday of most months. For more information call the Hos- pital @ 754-2267. __ (09TFThursF) POWELL AL ANON provides support for friends and relatives of alcoholics. Meetings: Tuesdays at noon and Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. at 146 South Bent (Big Horn Enterprises/ north entrance off parking lot). For information, call 754- 4543 or 754-5988. __ (103TFThursF) NARCOTICS ANONY- MOUS meets in Powell Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings at 7 p.m., Fridays at 9 p.m. and Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. at 146 S. Bent, Big Horn Enterprises build- ing. Call 254-5729 for more info. __ (21TFThursF) WELCOME TO POWELLI Call us for a Free gift pack and coupons from area businesses. Wyoming Welcome- 754-9399 or 754-3206. __ (15ThursTFF) WE BUY - Pre-owned CD's, DVD's and video games! Call or stop by Video Experience in Powell at 117 East 1st, 754-4339. __.(36ThursTFC) RUSSIAN BLUE, HALF grown kitten. Appar- ently stray. Friendly, well behaved and gentle. Needs home. 307-765- 2717 or 510-421-3362. __ (9/30-10/14cB) FOUND NEAR 7TH/ SHOSHONE ST: female short-haired female calico cat w/extra toes on front feet (#101007081). 307- 754-2212. (81-82F) FOUND NEAR LN 10/ RD 13: female Pitbull- dk brown w/some white-has a black collar with another smaller collar attached to it and a choke chain. 754-1019. (80-81 F) FOUND LN 13/RD 6 1/2; -male brown Red Heeler/ Kelpie type dog; black collar & a red harness. 754-1019. (80-81 F) The PoweLl Tribune ............... 754-2221 The LoveU Chronicle .............. 548-2217 Basln tlepubll0an Rustler ..... 568-2488 The Greybull Standard ......... 768-4488 Call to place your SUPER CLASSIFIED TODAY! l Contact us at 307-548-2217 * FAX 307-548-2218 * email Icnews@tctwest.net