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October 25, 2012 I The Lowell Chronicle I 5 Seatbelts save lives in Sunday rollover BY DAVID PECK A local couple and a child are living examples of the case that seatbelts save lives, a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper said Tuesday after the trio came out of a Sunday night rollover with only minor injuries. According to Trooper Dan Walker, Dennis Clark, 28, of Byron was driv- ing a 2002 Chevrolet Im- pala on U.S. 14A between Lovell and Byron in an area known locally as Hatch Hill near milepost 42.5 around Police report 6:40 p.m. when the crash took place. Clark was traveling westbound when he en- countered a deer in his lane of travel. The car struck the deer in the right headlight area, Walker said, swerved to the right, partially exited the roadway, then overcor- rected back to the left. The vehicle started to rotate counterclockwise, Walker said, entered the eastbound lane of traffic and exited the eastbound shoulder of the highway. Due to the an- gle of the hill there, the car rolled down the hill. Clark was wearing a seatbelt, as was his friend and passenger Alissa Tryon and her 2-year-old boy, who was properly restrained in a car seat in the back seat, Walker said. Walker said injuries were minor due to the use of seatbelts and the car seat. The Lowell Volunteer Fire Dept. responded to the scene, along with the Big Horn County Sheriffs Dept. and the Lowell Police Dept. Beet truck dumps load on highway The Lowell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Oct. 16-23: Oct. 16: Lovell Police re- sponded to a report of an altercation between a man and woman. It was deter- mined that the argument was verbal only and the property owner was asked to keep the couple quiet and under control. Oct. 18: A man created a disturbance at the senior center during the lunch hour and was served a crim- inal trespass order. A group of children re- ported a suspicious man who questioned them about stealing his jack-o- lantern. A resident reported the smell of marijuana com- ing from an apartment building. No further in- formation was available. &apos;Police responded to a REDDI report regarding a driver swerving on the road. The driver, Timo- thy Defuentes, was locat- ed and cited for failure to maintain lane of travel and driving under the in- fluence. Ot. 19: Lovell police in- vestigated a report of al- leged child neglect. The matter was turned over to DFS. Oct. 20: Lowell Police inves- tigated a report of domestic violence. Cody Kryger was arrested for battery on a household member. w-A Lovell resident report- ed that someone kicked and dented the side of his pickup truck. The matter is under investigation. Oct. 21: Police received a report of a woman stuck in the automatic bay at the car wash. The owner of the car- wash was contacted. Sheriff's report Byron burglary under investigation The Big Horn County cash, birth certificates, so- Sheriffs Office received the cial security cards, a lap- following calls for the week top and medications. The of Oct. 15-22: matter is under investiga- Oct. 15: A resident of tion. Byron reported that she " A resident of Frannie re- found her door broken ported he was being ha- and items missing from rassed by another per- her residence after being son who continues to out of town for a few days. drive past his house af- Items missing includ- ter a trespass order was ed food from her freezer, issued. Oct, 18: Sheriffs deputies were asked to assist a game and fish officer in a matter involving poaching deer in a closed area. Oct. 19: The 911 dispatch- er received several hang-up calls from a Deaver phone number. Sheriffs deputies investigated and found out it was a two-year-old child playing with the phone. ""00DINING GUIDE BIG HORN 9 E. Main. Lovell All you need for a hot meal or picnic] FeaCurlnj Chee'r, erFdecl aM We,densest chlckenl Mon.-Sat.: 8am-8pm Sun.: 9am-6pm Minchow's FOOD COURT 353 E. Main, Lovell 548-7979 Mon.-Thurs: 10am-9pm Fri. & Sat. 10am-10pm Sun.: 10am-8pm North Big Horn Senior Center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Hot meals every weekday/ 60+ just $2.50 Non-seniors $4.75 Mon.-Fri.: 12-1pro No reservations required Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Friday Mostly cloudy, Partly cloudy and light snow still chilly showers 38 / 20 39 / 24 :ff: Is],, :bl o [qo| i Saturday Mostly cloudy and mostly dry 40 / 28 Cold. below normal temperatures will be with us for the next several days. Thursday and Friday though will be coldest couple of upcoming days. Snow showers will be found across the Wind River Basin and mountains Thursday. Mountain snow showers will redevelop Saturday into Sunday. Mixed showers will be possible at lower elevations. Climate Almanac Normals for 10/25 to 10/29 Lowell Greybull Average H Record High/Low 84 in 1926 1 in 1919 Record H 9h/L 79 o 1990 10 n 1991 A)mge Precip Record 24hr. Precip. 0.57" in 1979 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.93" in 1982 Jet Stream Forecast for 10/29 Sunrise & Sunset Sundae Suncet Friday 7:41 AM 6:13 PM Sunday 7:44 AM 6:10 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http:llwww.crh.noaa.gov/riwflndex.htm Sunday Chance of mixed showers 49 / 34 Monday Partly cloudy, scattered showers 52 / 39 rg/:'. :(:.] ,[, 1o11Ii r;131 :" *" 4011/3011 '" .. .... %.'.='=,,, 40/30S .e .. .. +. .,. , . " Poweli Lowell ....  ' +<*%+'+ Cody .... *  -. "'" 401113Os Basin + .%,. 5011301  .... "., Meeteetse .. ., ..... ..... +.,+.. ,0  . Worlend ,%. + . , 4Os / 3Oa .... . . . .... -'+ -%. .,+, T2.er.it='.. . ,, 40s k20il  "' ,7 "; Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - Mostly dry this weekend except for =. s o . s perhaps a few mixed showers on Sunday. Conditions will be mostly cloudy and breezy. River stage(ft) FIow(cfs) Normal Flow(ors) Big Hem at Basin 3,2(T 852 : 13t0 Yellowstone National Park - Snow showers will be Big Horn at Kane 2.13' 1130 1730 increasing over the course of the weekend. Small new Shoshonineart 4,43, 552  ; accumulations of snow will become likely. Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Mostly clbudy and chilly on Road and Travel on the web- httFJ/wydotwebJdate.wy.u=gwebthlghway/text_road.html Saturday Brisk winds likely as well. Sunday will be Forecast prepared by: DcAX/f(cth(FI [Fla. Cheyenne, WY 82001 mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers www.dayweather.com WEATHER ,JOURNAL Date H L Oct. 16 53 Oct 17 56 ..... Oct. 18 59 31 Oct. 19 72 29 +OO Oct. 20 52 31 .00 Oct. 21 52 31 .00 Oct. 22 48 30 ,CO Big Hem Lake level (as of Wed., Oct, 24): 3630.20 fL LOVELL 00Chr0n00cle orecsL sonsore ; Help love ones kee F in Louch wiLh a it st4bscripLio of Lhe Lovett Chronicle. A one-e," .+np'+o, +o/l+ ,+, L Ho,-. Co.% j.+++ '+28, i, WSomi 5 +0, ,a. o.+ o s+,ate j.st '+++5. ive .s ,a cart t 5+8-2217. 0nthe record in Big Horn County Births" Harrlngton" recently were: interestedin printing the births born in seat Samuel C. Brown, 1976, no of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by contacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Autumn and Josh Davison at the Powell Valley Hospital on October 9, 2012 at 7:42 p.m., a baby girl, Ashlynn Grace Davison, weighing 8 Ibs. 3 oz. Grandparents are Vickie Tippetts, Daniel Tippetts and Mitch and Joanie Davison. MARRIAGES Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Cesar Payano Izaguirre of Manderson and Rachel Marie Yenny of Greybull Thomas Prendergast andAnnette Schwindt of Shell Municipal Court Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court in Lowell before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: ArthurAagard, 29, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Jodi L. Lindsay, 51, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Stephen C. Fowler, 46, failure to obey traf- fic device, fined $110 Laurel Hatch, 29, stop sign violation, fined $7O Melody J. Welde, 48, Cody, stop sign viola- tion, fined $120 Stacey R. Admidin, 38, stop sign violation, fined $70 For speeding in a 20 mph zone: Jacquelyn Wasser, 49, Powell, 25 mph, fined $65 Ransom Arnold, 72, Riverton, 25 mph, fined $65 Stephen M. Dodson, 50, Riverton, 30 mph, fined $190 AmesA. Henry, 22, Bar Nunn, WY, 25 mph, fined $65 Robert N. Hill, 72, Billings, 27 mph, fined $160 Paul Boudreau, 19, Oviedo, FL, 30 mph, fined $180 Richard T. Putman, 69, St. George, UT, 25 mph, fined $65 Circuit Court Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Cir- cuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas belt, fined $25 Stacy M. Bubla, born in 1975, no seat belt: passenger over 12 yrs, fined $10 Kenyon Miller, born in 1994, no seat belt, fined $25 Edward A. Diaz, born in 1970, no valid driv- er's license, fined $110 Mohammed Khan, born in 1969, no child safety restraint system-lst offense, fined $50 Brady J. Penman, born in 1993, failure to maintain lane of traffic, fined $60 Austin E. Leonhardt, born in 1991, no valid driver's license, fined $110 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Amy D. Hessenthaler, born in 1949, 46 mph, fined $124 For speeding in a 45 mph zone: David A. Wilson, born in 1974, 65 mph, fined $165 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Jeremy D. Whitaker, born in 1987, 86 mph, fined $118 Karamjitsingh, Karamijitsingh, born in 1972, 75 mph, fined $370 Chris J. Oh, born in 1982, 76 mph, fined $73 Marsha A. Fulton, born in 1946, 84 mph, fined $97 Joseph S. Arndt, born in 1973, 74 mph, fined $77 Michael R. Standish, born in 1977, 76 mph, fined $83 Thomas P. Cooney, born in 1941, 76 mph, fined $83 Samantha R. Keele, born in 1982, 76 mph, fined $73 Colleen H. Donahue, born in 1941, 75 mph, fined $70 Jeffrey Todd McNabb, born in 1962, 77 mph, fined $76 William M. Bassett, born in 1954, 77 mph, fined $81 Michael J. Gannon, born in 1966, 72 mph, fined $66 Stephen L. Rauber, born in 1942, 78 mph, fined $79 Dagny E. Revilla, born in 1981, 74 mph, fined $67 Samuel M. Davis, born in 1954, 81 mph, fined $90 i+ +++newR tip.00 (00hroniele 0Q0 tetwogt.not YOU Reasonable regulations. Living within our means. It's time our Federal Government did the same thing. It's the only responsible way to put our country back on track. I know elections are not a reward system - they're a job application. With your support, I'll continue to fight ... and vote ... for our Wyoming values and for government that is accountable to you. "l-hank you.