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October 15, 2015 l The Lovell Chronicle I 11 Lovell quarterback Mat Savage fires a pass during a Lovell High School junior varsity football game against Greybull Monday, Oct. 5, in Lovell as Joey Mickelson blocks. DAVID PECK Bulldog JV gridders fall to Worland BY SAM SMITH The Lovell High School junior varsity foot- ball squad fell to the Wor- land Warriors in a close game 24-22 Monday in Worland. Lovell led 8-6 at half- time, then built their lead to 22-8 after three quar- ters. In the fourth quar- ter, the Warriors shut out the Bulldogs 16-0 to win by two. The Bulldogs’ scores came on a two-yard run by Porter Nichols and runs of 35 and 20 yards by Joey Mickelson. “The first half was slow,” coach Nick De- Witt said. “Both teams took time off the clock with long running drives. Third quarter, we start- ed ofi' strong by capitaliz- ing on two Worland turn- overs with touchdowns. We didn’t finish all four quarters and got tired.” The Bulldogs will wrap up the JV por- tion'of the season Mon- day, facing the Cody Broncs in Cody at 5 p.m. Lady Grizzly JVs fall to Riverside BY SAM SMITH The Rocky Mountain junior varsity used fresh- men to play the Shosho- ni JV s Friday afternoon and gave the Lady Blue a battle before falling in two games. Both the freshman and JV squad faced Riverside in Basin Saturday. No re- sults of the freshman game were available, but the JV 8 fell to the Riverside Lady Rebels 25-15, 25-21. Rocky will host Grey- bull for homecoming week Friday with the freshman game at 4 p.m., JV at 5 p.m. and varsity at 6 p.m. Saturday, the Lady Grizz will travel to Ther- mopolis to face the Lady Bobcats with the fresh- men playing at noon, JV at 1 p.m. and the varsity at p.m. Lovell runners tune up for Regionals BY DAVID PECK After taking a week off from competition, the Lovell Bulldogs had mixed results Friday at Powell in their fi- nal tuneup before the re- gional and state cross coun- try meets, coach Caleb Sanders said this week. “I was kind of hoping they’d race good and get back into it,” he said. “I re- ally had no expectations. I’m pleased with the girls team. The boys were so-so. But it was the girls’ season best across the board.” Senior Jaclyn Cald- well finished second in the 44—runner field with a time of 20:22.46, beating famil- iar foe Erin Wooley of Cody by seven seconds. Sanders named Caldwell as the high school female athlete of the week. “That was her best 5K time of the year,” Sand- ers said. “She beat a girl who has beaten her all year (Wooley). Jackie start- ed off just perfect. It looked like the Cody girls (Wooley and winner McKayla Moss) would pull away. “It was a blistering pace. But I had the feeling Jackie would catch up. She was chipping away at it. You could tell — in Powell you can see them a lot — every time (I saw her) huge gains were made. She passed Wooley at about the two-mile mark. It was really a good Jackie Caldwell type of race.” Sophomore sister Jes- sica Caldwell also ran well, Sanders said, placing 12th with a time of 22:10.24. “Jessica was 10th for most of the race and ran a 5K PR,” Sanders said. “She had been running in the 23s 97 ,6 in. bET’ wove 'Deuveceu. Subscrim Mow! com I l l i l qu-ZZrfi- HEWLE this season.” Sanders said he was also pleased with senior Caitlyn Lundberg, who placed 35th with a time of 25:44, and with senior Afton George, 36"h at 25:56.29. Junior Sa- vannah Jolley was 39th at 26:17.36. “That could be the best time of Caitlyn’s career,” the coach said. “She looked different. She had a good stride. The whole girls team all ran above what they usu- ally run.” Lovell finished fourth Friday with 98 points, be- hind Cody (31), Worland (54) and Powell (63) and ahead of Rocky Mountain (116). BOYS RACE The Lovell boys didn’t make the same kind of strides as the girls did but had some solid performanc- es, Sanders said. He named freshman Hunter Steenbak- kers as the male athlete of the week for his continued improvement. Steenbakkers placed 32nd with a time of 20:50.16. “He’s just steadily dropped his time,” Sanders said. “He seemed to have a little more grit and was run- ning more aggressively. He ran around 25 minutes in Cody (first meet of the sea- son) and has progressively gotten better.” Senior Jacob Newman was Lovell’s top finisher, placing fifth with a time of 17:27.80, which Sanders said was a good time but could be better. “Mentally, he could be stronger down the stretch,” Sanders said. “He showed it in Worland. I want to see if he can have a little more mental strength at the end of the season.” Sophomore Brent Sny- der placed 13th with a time of 18:42.38. “Brent is coming on,” Sanders said. “He’s been in a little slump but he’s coming out of it. He looked better.” Sophomore Ben Cornia finished 29th at 20:28.95, sophomore Kyle Wolvington 30th at 20:34.15. “That was Ben’s best 5K time,” Sanders said. “I’m still challenging Ben and Kyle to be under 20 minutes.” Freshman Brenden Lundberg finished 38th with a time of 22:15.73, junior Kyle Burton 44th at 25:08.72 and freshman JR Dickson 46th at 35:12.55. Lovell placed fourth in the boys division at Pow- ell with 93 points, just five points behind third-place Powell with 88. Cody won the meet with 25 points fol- lowed by Worland with 48 points. Rocky was fifth with 112 points. REGIONALS IN LANDER The Lovell harriers will be off to Lander Friday for the Class 3A West Cross Country Meet featuring Lovell, Powell, Cody, Land- er, Jackson, Star Valley and Mountain View. Running begins at 1 p.m. with the girls race, Sanders said. He noted that he wants to run more aggressively at Regionals this year to ramp up for State the following week in Sheridan. “1 want to use it as a springboard for State and see if we can produce better results,” he said. “It will be fun. It’s a challenging course with a massive hill on it.” 8,)! 1‘ 'erall Friday, Oct. 8 Saratoga over Burlington, forfeit ’ Riverside 24, Cokeville 0 18 3' . . .’ meoct 15 Shoshoni 63, “find River 0 seasons Uncannflnm“ Eurfington at Shoshoni, cane. ’. 5"?” .Sammmmaivemmf Cokeville at Wyn. indian, 6 pm. Riverside at Rocky Min, 7 pm. ‘ n“ MINUTES OFTHE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING NAME: Big Horn County Commission TYPE: Regu- lar Session PLACE: Big Horn County Courthouse Commissioner’s Chambers DATE: September 15, 2015 TIME: 9:00 AM Chéailirman: Jerold S. Ewen, Members present: John Hyde, Felix Car- riz es Others County Representatives: Lori Smallwood, County Clerk; List of attendees on file. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 AM by Chairman Ewen; followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by John Hyde. Ewen recog- nized guests and presented the agenda, a motion was made by Hyde to accept the agenda as presented; the motion was seconded and car- ried. Willie Bridges — Pryor Mnt. Engineering & Road and Bridge: Bridges presented and recommended approval of an access permit for lane 40 and a utility permit for a Town of Greybull meter pit on Lane 34. Hyde moved to approve the two permits as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Bridges gave an overview of the water dis- tribution line on road 28 but is still waiting on advice/ guidance from County Attorney Adams. Bridges presented his changes to the pro- posed agreement on Lane 57/ Lane 1 with Washakie County. By con- sensus the commission agreed to the suggested changes. Smallwood will transmit the requested changes to Washakie County. Bridges re- ported that the state road and bridge fund report had been completed and submitted. Bridges and J. Hill presented information regarding a flood plain development permit for a railroad bridge replacement over Polecat Creek and county Road 3 east of Deaver. Bridges explained it is a good project and will increase site lines for the road. Bridges and Hill recommended approval pending Army Corp. of Engineers Nation- wide Permit 14. Hyde moved to approve the flood plain development permit as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Bridges gave an overview of previous discussions regarding the abandonment of a road and its postponement because of a TCT fiber optic line that runs along the road. Carrizales will tell the land owner to contact Bridges regarding the official abandonment process. Bridges report- ed on progress on the Seed Ranch Road. Carrizales asked about costs of the project to date, Bridges will gather those and report at a future meeting. Carl Meyer — Big Horn County Airport Manager: Meyer present- ed the Airport report. Meyer presented State Grant and Assurances for the Cowley ramp project for signature. Hyde moved to approve the certificates and agency agreements as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Meyer requested signature on RFR’S for the Greybull project. There was discussion regarding updated numbers for the Greybull water expansion project and the anticipated reduction in costs. Meyer presented a list from Mr. Townsend regarding con- cerns at the Cowley airport. Fred Werner — County Maintenance: Werner reported on a re- quest he received from State Probation/ Parole regarding office space. By consensus the Commission agreed to move forward with an office lease in the Courthouse building County Attorney Adams attended to give the Commission an up- date on a pending abandoned road and right of way/ easement issue and will report back final findings as soon as possible. Adams advised the Commission of considerations relating to the potential space lease for Probations and Parole. Marquerite VanDyke & Carol Willard-Deputy County Clerks: Van Dyke & Willard presented bills, payroll and renewal of the Fire Districts Workers Compensation contracts. Hyde moved to pay the bills and payroll as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Hyde moved to approve the Fire District contracts as presented, mo— tion seconded and carried. The proposed 2016 Holiday schedule was submitted for consideration. Carrizales moved to approve the 2016 holiday schedule as proposed, the motion was seconded and carried. ALSCO 44.08, AMERICAN WELDING & GAS INC. 179.07, KIM ADAMS 75.99, AGGREGATE INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY, INC 453.62, ASCENT AVIATION GROUP, INC 60.00, BASIN REPUBLI- CAN RUST LER 200.00, TOWN OF BASIN 6,450.92, BIG VALLEY BEARING & SUPPLY 80.69 BIG HORN COUNTY LEADERS COUN- CIL 1,080.00, BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 1,802.59 BIG HORN CO-OP MARKETING ASSN 203.42, BIG HORN CO-OP MAR— KETING ASSN 7.16, BIG HORN CO—OP MARKETING ASSN 80.97, FIRE PROTECTION DIST. #5 132.64, BIG HORN RADIO NETWORK 15.69, BIG HORN RURAL ELECTRIC CO. 454.08, BLAIR’S MAR- KET 107.37, BRUCO, INC. 115.93, BRANDIN' IRON RESTURANT AND LOUNGE 152.88, FELIX CARRIZALES 839.66, CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES 713.65, CARDINAL HEALTH 411 INC 2,725.70, CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 1,208.30, TERESA MARIE CALDWELL 648.00, CENTURY LINK 37.50, CENTER POINT LARGE PRINT 40.14, COMMERCIAL SERVICE HVAC 1,113.91, COMMU- NICATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 13,590.00, COPENHAVER, KATH, KITCHEN 150.00, BIG HORN COUNTY TREASURER 818.91 COUNTRY GRILL 104.00, DONNA K CAPELLEN 39.58, D.A. ROOF- ING, INC 47,528.20, FFF ENTERPRISES, INC 2,368.20, FIRE PRO- TECT ION DISTRICT #3 113.85, FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT #4 223.83, GARVIN MOTORS INC 23,766.00, RANEE L. GONSALEZ 7.50, GDA ENGINEERS 87,267.15 CHRISTINA GREENFIELD 10.56, GREENWOOD MAPPING INC. 2,500.00, GREYBULL BUILDING CENTER 141.40, GREYBULL STANDARD 60.00, HAWG HEAVEN 56.00, HD FILTER CLEANING 158.30, HALLMAN, HUNT & MICK- ELSON, PC 4,330.00, VAN GI HACKNEY 50.00, HEART MOUNTAIN FARM SUPPLY 357.70, J&E, INC. 3,680.47, JEN'S LITTLE CHINA 16.00, K-B COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS 153.86, KRISJANSONS & MILES, PC 150.00, LAIRD SANITATION 1,265.00, JESSICA LOEP- ER P.C. 40.00, LOVELL CHRONICLE 923.25, LOVELL CHRONICLE 625.50, LOVELL BUILDING CENTER 89.96, MICROMARKETING LLC 1,036.34, MAMA Z'S BOY 88.00, MINERVA MARTINEZ 440.00, LINDA MAYES 135.00, MASTERCARD 4,732.42, SARAH N. MILES 150.00, KRISTY MICHAELS 20.00, TED MENKE 96.60, MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL 760.12, MONTANA PETERBILT 23.15, MON- TANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 30.36, MOUNTAIN MOTOR SUPPLY 16.95 MURDOCH OIL, INC. 4,531.44, N-COMPLIANCE SAFETY SERVICES, INC. 1,125.00, MIKE NELSON/ SHELL FIRE DEPART- MENT 1,220.94, KATHLEEN M. NICHOLS 39.03, NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL 5,912.00, NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 150.00, NORTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 833.33, O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 1,378.54, THE OFFICE SHOP, INC. 1,657.84, OVER- LAND EXPRESS MART 11.10, PARK COUNTY CLERK 37.22, PUB- LIC DEFENDER450.00, QUILLCORPORATION 534.15, RECORDED BOOKS, INC 27.99, RED APPLE SUPERMARKET 173.63, RIMROCK TIRE, INC 148.95, ROCKY MOUNTAIN FFA 40.00, ROCKY MOUN- TAIN POWER 1,603.10 PEGGY ROHRER 225.00, SAN OFI PAST EUR INC. 461.61, SELBY'S 175.00, SERLKAY PRINTING 335.00, MAE SMITH 30.00, SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY HOSPITAL 326.37, SOUTH BIG HORN COUNTY SEARCH & RESC 140.51, SOUTH BIG HORN SENIOR CITIZENS 377.75, SWEETWATER COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM 10.99, TCT WEST, INC. 5,878.63, TCT WEST, INC. 969.38, THE CONE ZONE 16.00, TRI COUNTY TELEPHONE ASSOC. 66.14, VALLEY HARDWARE 117.12, VERIZON WIRELESS 136.77, STEPHEN T. WAMHOFF 100.00, FRED A. WERNER 398.83, WHEELER'S IGA 44.10 WHITE PARK BROADCASTING 1,500.00, WEX BANK 3,872.07, WACO 125.00, WYOMING BEHAVIORAL IN- STITUTE 2,740.00, WYOMING GAS 1,186.49, XEROX CORPORA- TION 544.32 YOUNGS 640.56, AMERICAN GIRL MAGAZINE 24.95, REDBOOK MAGAZINE 12.00, TRUDY CRAFT 112.13, UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING 104.24 Jason Beal — Big Horn County Emergency Management Coor- dinator: Beal reported on the status of the County Emergency Plan update. Next steps will be to advertise and hold a public meeting to approve the updated plan. Beal gave an update on the Pre—disaster Mitigation plan. Beal submitted his resignation as Emergency Man- agement Coordinator, reporting that he has accepted an appointment as the Chief of Police of the Town of Lovell. Discussion included op- tions for the use of his accrued vacation time. Beal’s resignation date will be October 15th 2015. There was discussion regarding the win- win benefits to the town of Lovell and the County that will result from his service as the Chief of Police. Joy Hill — Land Planning: Hill presented recent activities of the department. Casey Sorenson — Big Horn County Fair Board Treasurer: So— rensen presented information regarding exempt classification of em- ployees and his concern regarding additional hours needed for the new building management. Ewen asked Hackney how she felt about exempt vs non-exempt status. Hackney gave an overview of planned operations of the building. There was discussion about requirements for exempt employees, LGLP’s recommendations and ways to make compensation fair for the employee and county. Sorensen suggested an incentive increase based on the fair building rentals. Hackney sug- gested options to utilize the building via token machines for lights, key pad entries and such. No decision was made regarding an em- ployee status change. Hyde moved to go to executive session for personnel issues, the motion was seconded and carried. The Session was adjourned with no action taken. Old and New Business: Smallwood presented the previously ap- proved Lovell Annex lease for signature. Smallwood shared an email received regarding a grant award pending for the Federal Natural Resource planning grant. Next steps will include committee chair- man K. Grant contacting various vendors for sample scopes of work. Grant reported he had been contacted regarding the Trans Park Highway by a group that would like to meet with the Commission regarding the project. Ewen reported that he has spoken to Coroner Atwood regarding working on a building plan to house the Coroner’s office. Smallwood presented the Big Horn County health insurance stop-loss carrier contract for signature. Hyde moved to approve the contract renewal as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Ewen pointed out that the Health Insurance Management Team had reviewed the renewal and its scheduled costs. There was discussion regarding issuing County ID cards, by consensus the Commission agreed to not issue ID cards at this time. Smallwood presented meet- ing minutes from August 4th, 18th and September lst for approval. Hyde moved to approve the minutes as presented, the motion was seconded and carried. Smallwood presented Good of the County Items and Mail: Finan- cial Statements: Ken Blackburn-Sheriff; Serena LippDistrict Court Clerk; Lori Smallwood-County Clerk (August 2015) Monthly Re- port(s) and prepared correspondence review: Big Horn County Fair Board Minutes (July 2015); Byron Solid Waste Disposal District (Au- gust, 2015) Bonds: Janet Kummerfeldt — Emblem Cemetery ($1,000) Hyde moved to adjourn, the motion was seconded and carried. STATE OF WYOMING ) COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) 1, Lori Smallwood, County Clerk and Ex-Officio of the Board of the County Commissioners, do hereby certify the above and forego- ing to be a full, true and complete copy of proceedings of the Commis- sion on September 15th, 2015 Board of County Commissioners Big Horn County, Wyoming /s/ Jerold S. Ewen, Chairman /s/ John G. Hyde, Member /s/ Felix Carrizales, Member Attest: /s Lori Smallwood, County Clerk, Clerk of the Board Publish: October 15, 2015