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www.LovellChronicle.com October 20, 2011 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 PATH CARPENTER Edna Brost was one of the many people who lined up to receive their flu shots last Friday at a clinic held at the Senior Citizens center in Lovell. Nurse Gail VanderPloeg travelled from Basin to help administer the shots. Police Report Pet raccoon on the loose The Lovell Police De- party, investigation. partment received the fol- A business on Main Oct. 16: Officers were lowing calls for the week of Street in Lovell reported asked to mediate a com- Oct. 11-18: a shoplifting incident, plaint of harassment in Oct.ll: A resident of Lovell Officers investigated but reference to certain text called to report her pet rac- did not find enough in- messages. Officers spoke to coon is missing. The rac- formation to make an both parties and no arrests coon is not wearing a collar arrest, were made. but has a shaved belly. Oct. 13: A resident called  A two-vehicle accident A resident of Lovell to report that his vehicle with no apparent inju- called in reference to a was hit. Officers investi- ries occurred in Lovell person trespassing in gated and found that the between Tolena Murni- his apartment. Officers vehicle was damaged on on and Patty Hansen. drafted a trespass or- the side and front. There Hansen was cited for der and served the order was orange paint on the ve- failure to yield the right against the trespassing hicle. The matter is under of way. Sheriff's Report Coin collection stolen from shed The Big Horn County ter is under investigation. Sheriff's Office received  A sheriffs deputy gave the following calls for the a ride home to a child week of Oct. 10-17: who was involved in Oct. 10: A motorist called a bicycle accident in to report a gentleman Lovell. slumped over the steering Oct. 14: A resident of wheel ofavehiclel2 miles Cowley called to report ,north on U.S. Highway the theft of a coin collec, 310. Deputies were unable tion in an old green card to locate the person, box. The box of coins was Oct. 11: A resident of stolen from a shed. The Frannie called to report matter is under investiga- the theft of a handgun tion. that was taken from his Oct. 15: A resident of parked vehicle. The mat- Cowley called to report a man who appeared to be sleeping on the sidewalk in front of a bar in Cowley. Deputies traveled to the scene to check on the wel- fare of the man but could not locate him. Sheriffs deputies were called to investigate a collision between a car and a deer on U.S. High- way 310 west of Cowley. Emergency medical ser- vices were also called to the scene and the vehi- cle was towed. O00fffi00 B urning SEPTEMBER 1 to DECEMBER 31 FrOM 7am TO 4pm !iiiNi + You MUST contact the LPD dispatcher il ::::: ': (548-2215) to get permission ii! ;::::;:::::i:::::::::: PRIOR to burning. ::::::7:::::::::::::::::::::::::: Residents who are sensitive to smoke may call and register with the Dispatcher and those who plan to burn will be notified if there is a sensitive resident in the area. Ira complaint is received by the dispatcher a police officer will be sent to investigate and may require afire to be extinguished. There is a 2 hour burn down period until 6p.m. Climate Almanac Normals for 10/20 to 10/24 Recreation Outlook wR Y DAY R rnva A r 4 p.a. Call 548-2990 and ask about our specials and wood-fired pizza! 548-2990 Mon-Thurs ....7am-8pm Fri & Sat ........ 7am-9pm Sun ................. 7am-2pm On record tn BigHorn County DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Marion Bassett and Barbara N. Bassett to Jerry H. Aagard and R. Aagard; Lovell Strongs "B" Subdivision (part) lot 1 block 4 L.D. Anderson, Inc. to Wooden, LLC; lot 105 T56N R96W Philip Harold Klebenstein Jr. to Philip Harold Klebenstein, Jr. and Xiu Juan Lu; Deaver Original Town lot 3, 4 block 38 Richard D. Martinez and Doreen Martinez nka Doreen Ruby to Doreen N. Ruby; NE- 4NE4 Sec. 26 T57N R97W Inge E. Petersen by Margo Joy Petersen, At- torney-in-fact to Janice K. Hiser and Rog- er D. Hiser; Lovell Linnabary "A" Subdivi- sion (part) lot 4 block 3 Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Jerry H. Aagard to Carol R. Aagard; Lovell Strongs "B" Subdivision (part) lot 1 block 4 Collin M. Stevens to Collin M. Stevens and Pa- tricia A. Stevens; Cowley Original Town (part) lot 2 block 44 Patrick R. Ballinger, St. and Diana S. Ballinger to James R. Dobbins; Deaver Original Town lot 21, 22 block 37 Carol R. Aagard to Kenneth T. Verran; Lovell Strongs "B" Subdivision (part) lot 1 block 4 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Cams recently were: Cameron R. Tirrell, 18, too fast for conditions, fined $70 Jordan D. Zarate, 21, improper backing, fined $70 Shannon Cozzens, 23, interference with police officer, fined $210 Jody D. Leonhardt, 39, following to close, fined $80 Rollin R. Grey, 35, no insurance, fined $420; improper backing, fined $70, $500 resti- tution Elizabeth Romero, 31, breach of peace, fined $410 ($300 suspended) For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: Chris R. Barham, 51, Billings, 25 mph, fined $65 Steve H. Ford, 37, Queen Creek, AZ, 25 mph, fined $65 Terrence E. McKown, 65, Red Lodge, MT, 28 mph, fined $160 Elizabeth Romero, 31, 28 mph, fined $160 Barbara H. Gray, 61,27 mph, fined $160 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: James D. Gardner, 24, Arapahoe, WY, 42 mph, fined $108 Individuals are local residents unless oth- erwise noted. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Hat- rington recenUy were: For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Daniel H. Sims, 48, 45 mph, fined $120 For speeding in a 45 mph zone: John W. Inskeep, 57, 60 mph, fined $110 For speeding in a 55 mph zone: Wayne W. Bendixen, 56, 65 mph, fined $100 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Joshua V. Friesen, 29, 88 mph, fined $119 Robert M. Weber, 45, 75 mph, fined $75 Aaron R. Kennedy, 32, 78 mph, fined $79 John M. Gams, 48, 81 mph, fined $98 James L. Duke Jr., 38, 77 mph, fined $81 DISTRICT COURT FILINGS FOR THE PERIOD OF SEPTEMBER 2011 Divorces Granted: Mandi Pickens vs. Austin Pickens Daniel Thomas Rice vs. Theresa Marie Rice Jason Lee Shaw vs. Everdina Marie Shaw Correction In the Oct. 6 edition of the chronicle the photos with the story about museum tour on page 12 were incorrectly credited to our staff. The pho- tos were provided courtesy of the Homesteader Museum in Powell and should have been credited to Rowene Weems. ....... :] EadeRed Tactical Hunting Tactical Accessories Training Good Luck Hunters. = We offer Ammunition, Hunting and Tactical Firearms and Accessories--all at competitive prices, right here in Lovell! If we don't have it, we'll try our hardest to get it for you! And we frequently get in new inventory. Discounts for Military, Law EMTs, Firefighters and Search & Rescue. Thank you for all that you do for us! Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Increasing clouds late 63 / 40 Friday Slight chance of showers 56 / 37 :j i to] ili! :I.'1 a]l r | Saturday Fall-like, mostly sunny 59 / 37 A weak disturbance will push through the region late Thursday and into Friday of this week. Mainly, the affects will be increasing clouds and a very slight chance of showers. However, with limited moisture, any shower activity will likely be confined to the higher terrain and mountains. Temperatures stay cool and in the 50's. Lovell Grebull Record High/Low 84 n !926 ! 0 !919 Record H ghow  iD ;003, Z io 9.9 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.7" in 1897 Record 24hr. Prscip. 0.52" in 1953 Jet Stream Forecast for 10/24 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Friday 7:34 AM 6:21 PM Sunday 7:37 AM 6:18 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: ht:l/www.crh.noaa.gov/dw[mdex.htm Sunday A pleasant day 62 / 38 :Monday More sunshine than clouds 59 / 35 lvFJJ! ;(=] n [. Eo]lril r;T:  Lovell "&- " .... '* "" %'60s / 40s Basin +,,..,,. 60 I " "%,. ..'" ..-. ,.-+', e ,-."%. .,., .+- -. 450S / 30S .... +:+,,,&W+%m.. ....+,,.+. Worland j.*, .'-...+ 80/30 .... .., . .... .+ .... + ..... ...... J Big Horn Lake - Fair weather and sunny skies will . . . persist through the weekend. Temperatures will be cool to mild with no precipitation expected. Reservoirs storage (acre-feet) % of full pool Res; Inflo. Res. Outflow !!:i!:!!:tii!; i::! Yellowstone National Park - Partly to mostly sunny skies Boysen 692108 93.3% 1319.0 cfs 943.4 cfs are expected to last through the weekend. Temperatures i {i:i will be in the 50's as well. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - This weekend will be very Road and Travel on the web- hep.J/wydotweb.state.wy.us/web/hlghway/toxt_road.html pleasant and fall-like, Expect just a few clouds, but dry Forecast prepared by: I")'V/t::l"l'ltr I n(-" Cheyenne, WY 82001 weather with no precipitation expected. / ........ 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