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October 23, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 COURTESY PHOTO A one-vehicle reliever on U.S. Highway 310 about a half mile west of Cowley on Sunday at approximately 2:20 p.m. sent four people to the hospital. Rollovers keep emergency personnel busy this week in area BY PATTI CARPENTER Four individuals were transported to North Big Horn Hospital following a one-vehicle rollover on U.S. Highway 310 about a half mile west of Cowley on Sun- day at approximately 2:20 p.m. According to Sheriff Ken Blackburn, who was at the scene of the accident min- utes after it was reported, Heather Mercade crossed into the lane of an oncoming pickup truck driven by Mor- gan Christensen. Though the vehicles did not collide, Christensen swerved to avoid Mercade's 2008 Chevy SUV, rolling her '97 Dodge pickup truck one time in the process. Christensen had three children in the pickup truck who were all wearing seat- belts at the time. Chris- tensen and all three chil- dren were transported to North Big Horn Hospital, some complaining of neck pain. Blackburn said, to his knowledge, all were released the same day. He added that Mercade refused treatment. Blackburn said fire fighters also responded to the scene of the accident. He added that the occupants of the vehicle that rolled were very fortunate that their in- juries were not more serious. EMTs also respond- ed to another rollover acci- dent involving a semi-truck on Monday night that took place around 8:15 p.m. on Highway 14A east of Lovell. Details of the accident were not available at press time. Sheriff's report Deputies check out strange odor of drugs coming from Byron residence The Big Horn County Sheriffs Office received the following calls for the week of Oct. 14 - 21: Oct. 14: A resident of Fran- nie complained of a neigh- bor shooting holes in her new vinyl fence with a BB gun. plained of a resident of By- . A driver reported his ronplayingloudmusic. car being egged in as he Sheriffs deputies in- drove throughCowley, vestigated a report of Oct. 15: Deputies are inves- an odor of drugs coming tigating a report of sever- from a residence in By- al homes been shot with a ron. The matter contin- paintball gun. ues to be under investi- Oct. 19: Neighbors com- gation. Police Report Resident reports being scammed on large eBay purchase on internet The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Oct. 14 - 21: Oct. 15: A resident report- ed the theft of prescription medication. The matter is under investigation. Two instances of egging were reported. One in, stance involved the egg- ing of a house, while the other involved the egg- ing of a car. An individual report- ed being scammed for $7,700 after the money, which was intended for the purchase of a mo- tor home through EBay, was deposited in a sup- posedly secure account that turned out not to be secure. The matter is under investigation. * Police received a report of a missing child. The child was found safe. A resident reported a hit and run incident. The matter is under investi- gation. . Police received a report of an individual being stalked on Facebook. Oct. 16: A Lovell resident reported an attempted seam involving the sale of a washer and dryer through the Internet on eBay. The buyer sent a check for more than the sale price and asked the seller to use the extra money to pay for shipping. This is a very common seam, where lat- er the check is found to be invalid, usually after the seller has already shipped the item. An individual reported a lost wallet containing a large sum of cash. Oct. 18: A bike that was previously reported stolen was found. Oct. 19: A prank call to 911 reporting falsely that a building was on fire is un- der investigation. Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook [courtesy of the Wyoming Lottery]      includes 4 Mega Millions tickets and WyoLotto promotional items  includes T-shirt, 6 Mega Millions tickets and additional WyoLotto promotional items * new subscriptions only Climate Almanac Normals for 10/23 to 10/27 Recreation Outlook the|oVe_hronic|e 307-548-2217 www. Iovellch ron icle. com a00in 00b-lzf e00o00f. On the record in Big Horn County BIRTHS We are interested in printing the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and person- ally report these births by contacting the Chron- icle at 548-2217. Born to Whitney and Andy Clark at Powell Hospital on Oct. 14, 2014, at 6:33 p.m., a baby girl, Payton Jean Clark, weigh- ing 7 lbs. 14 oz. Grandparents are Kar- en and Wade Myrick and Allan and Cin- dy Clark. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Roland Rudy Hinojosa and Tori Sue Sims, both of Cowley. Marly Hunter and Brandie Martin, both of Greybull. Listing corrected by clerk's office: Jacob Lafollette and Samantha Kysar, both of Greybull. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn Coun- ty Clerk's office recently were: Von Baird Zeller, Successor Trustee of the Bessie Zeller Living Trust Dated April 14, 2011 to Zeller Enterprizes, LLC; Lovell Original Town, Lot C, Block 10, (Part) Lots B & 3, Block 10. UC, LLP and Wyoming High Country LLC to Dino M. Guerin, Trustee of the Dino M. Guerin Revocable Trust Created De- cember, 21, 2000; NE4, S2NW4, N2SE4, NE4NW4, NE4SW4, Sec 26, Lot 1; Sec 26, Lot 44; Sec 27, Lots 44, 1 & 45; Sec 27, (Part) Lot 46; Sec 33 & 34, (Part) Lot 47, T56N R93W. Lewis Holding Company, Inc to John D. Nation and Bonnie Lee Nation D/B/A/ Nation Auction Service; SE4NE4 Sec 20, (Part) Lot 92; NE4SE4 Sec 20, (Part) Lot 92 & 99A. MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court in Lovell before Judge Sylvia Gems recently were: For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: Tracy A. LaFollette, Cody, 52, 25 mph, $65. CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Big Horn County before Judge Thomas Har- rington recently were: Brandon Bulanek, Powell, driving while li- cense is suspended, $40; no compulsory auto insurance (first offense), $40; vehi- cle registration required, $120. Robert J. Johnston, open container of alco- hol in a moving vehicle (second offense within one year), $111. Ryan J. Deromedi, Worland, failing to drive vehicle within single lane, $65. Antonio Montuy, arrest warrant for extradition. Joseph F. Boyko, Worland, failing to pre- vent load from falling, $60. Donna Seal, violation of vehicle to left yielding to vehicle on the right at an in- tersection, $60. Derick Rea Nicholson, Basin, no seat belt: driver, $25. Speeding in a 20 mph zone: Randy R. Weir, Las Vegas, school zone, $110. Dolly E. Dewing, Phoenix, construction zone, $85. Speeding in a 30 mph zone: Lacee Joyed Good, Greybull, $92. Speeding in a 65 mph zone: Robert J. Johnston, $79 Timothy A. Keutzer, Littleton, Mass., $90. John S. Rizzo, La Palma, Calif., $72. Bret J. Carlson, Salt Lake City, $87. Dawn Elizabeth Jolley, Worland, $82. Jason P. Sidling, Olympia, Wash., $96. Kelli L. Donahoo, Thermopolis, $84. Samuel J. Mankins, Jacksonville, Fla., $105. Barbara E. Heis, Oak Hill, Va., $103. Lisa M. Delucchi, Greybull, $73. David C. Taylor, Ten Sleep, $82. John F. Warner, Billings, $60. Bonnie R. Rodriguez-Harback, $60. Christopher J. Kuntz, Powell, $85. Persons are local residents unless otherwise indicated. Lovell Rod  Gun Club Saturday, October 25, 2014 a.m, $30 entry fee for turkey shoot. Lunch will be provided. Buddy Shoot-S5 Annie Oakley.$5 Come join us for lunch and enjoy ...... our local gun range! Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Mostly sunny and very nice 69 / 42 Friday Warm October weather 71 / 40 Saturday One more really nice day 74 / 39 Sunday Mostly cloudy, turning colder 54 / 3O Monday Cool, chance of showers 50 / 27 A large ridge of high pressure will be over the region through Saturday. Look for more warm and dry fall weather as a result. A trough of colder low pressure will begin to enter the region on Sunday. Sunday and early next week will be much cooler with possible rain and snow shower activity. Lovell Greybull Record High/Low 84 in 1926, ! 9 in !920 13qQrd I"1 gh/Low 76 n t999 ! i') !996 Ave P Avam  O. Record 24hr. Precip. 0.46" in 1992 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.93" in 1982 Jet Stream Forecast for 10/27 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset :Tht,tdayi : :i : :7;/M 6:i6: Friday 7:41 AM 6:14 PM Sunday 7:44 AM 6:11 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/riw/index.htm Poewe Lovell "'''......,. " .. " ..... "'Cody " "'-: ....  "'"'5Os / 30e Basin - 50s 130s " :, o Meeteet .......... ". ............... w_o -%... --.  ,.f 50s / 30s .... Big Horn Lake - Very mild and pleasant fall weather last ", a s . o through about Saturday. Conditions will then look to turn River Stage(feet) Flow(cfs) Normal Flow(ill) colder with possible showers on Sunday. B;HaBin; . 63' ::: :::::::' :i::. : i:; 32 ; Yellowstone National Park - Enjoy mild and dry conditions Big Horn at Kane 2.49' 1630 1740 Friday and Saturday. A shift towards colder temperatures ni  Love]! : :74i : :1:370 " 885. and possible snow will develop towards Sunday. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Friday and Saturday will be mild Road and Travel on the web- http://wydotweb.state.wy.us/web/hlghway/text road.html and very nice. Conditions on Sunday will start to turn F ...... t prepared by: [)cX/(CLh(F" I [n(, Cheyenne, WY 82001 cooler and we could see some showers. www.dayweather.com Big Horn County Forecast sponsored by of Wyoming -of Glacier Bank Where YOU are FIRST/ '