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www.LovellChronicle.com October 28, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 5 BRAD DWeAUX The Lovell Elementary School student council for the 2010-11 school year was recently inducted. Pictured are (back row, l-r) fifth-graders Logan Hitz, President Dalton Nixon and Vice President Brent Snyder (middle row) fourth-graders Lily Jones, Secretary Grace Edwards, Hunter Steenbakkers and Ethan Price and (front row) third-graders McKenna Luna, Patti Sanders and Richard Spann. Not pictured are Tristan Johnson, Kyle Wolvington and Treasurer Brenden Lundberg. Rising fuel costs brings more thefts The Big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls for the week of Oct. 19-26, 2010: Oct. 18: Deputies received a report that a subject was bitten by a German shepherd mix at a location in Deaver. A municipal ci- tation on behalf of the Town of Deaver was issued for vicious dog to the owner of the dog. Deputies received a report of trespass- ing at a location outside of Lovell. Upon investigation, they found it was a rela- tive of the property owner who was al- lowed to be on the property. Oct. 22-" Deputies responded and provid- ed traffic control on Hwy. 310 in Frannie for a semi that lost its trailer, causing road blockage. Deputies stayed at the scene un- ti ! a Wzoming Highway Patrol trooper ar- rived to investigate the crash. Deputies served a municipal warrant to a Lovell-area resident. The subject paid $104 on bond for the warrant out of an- other county. Oct. 23-" Deputies wrote MIP citations to minor subjects after the Sheriffs Office in- vestigated a report of a party on county land. " Deputies received a report of diesel fuel being stolen from a truck parked at the Western Sugar factory. Sheriff Ken Blackburn said fuel theft has become more common lately as the price goes up at the pumps. He cautions residents to keep an eye on their fuel and use locking tanks and gas caps whenever possible. Oct. 24" A group of teenagers scattered after deputies were called to a report of a fight beginning at a residence in Cowley. LPD called to fights and suspicious persons The Lovell Police De- partment received the fol- lowing calls for the week of Oct. 19-26, 2010: Oct. 19' An officer wrote a citation to Kacee Redding for improper backing af- ter she backed into a Ford F-150 that was parked at the Wyoming National Guard Armory the time of the accident. Oct. 21" Officers are inves- tigating a report of a CD player stolen out of a vehi- cle parked at a local bar. t-Darla Kleiner was cited for improper backing af- ter she backed into a mo- torcycle on Main Street. Oct. 22: Officers are inves- tigating a report of a sus- picious incident at Great Western Park. During the investigation, an officer made contact with one of the individuals thought to be involved and wrote him a citation for MIP tobacco. Oct. 23: An officer respond- ed to a report of a subject carrying a pitcher of beer in a gas station store. The of- ricer made contact and told the subject to go back to the bar. An officer wrote citations to two women follow- ing a report of a fight go- ing on in the parking lot of the Maverik Country Store. Upon arrival, an officer witnessed the two subjects screaming and swearing at each other. Oct. 25' Officers executed a search warrant at a Lovell residence and collected ev- idence at the scene regard- ing a robbery reported re- cently. On e record BIRTHS We are interested in prinUng the births of North Big Horn County babies. Please call and personally report these births by con- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Born to Austin and Heather Lineback in the Powell Valley Hospital on October 21, 2010, a baby boy, Weston Drew Line- back, weighing 7 Ibs. 6 oz. Grandparents are Kevin and Tami Lineback of Powell and Mark Knop and Cheryl Knop, both of Lovell. Born to Jason L. and Samantha Cook in the Powell Valley Hospital on October 21, 2010, a baby boy, Corsten Wendell Cook, weighing 8 Ibs. 13 oz. Grandparents are Lee and Alma Hofiund and David and DeLane Cook. DEEDS Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: Steven S. and Susan E. McArthur to Deloy and Shannon Mayes; Lovell McArthur Subdivi- sion, Sec. 15 T56N R96W Lot 13 (Part) Quitclaim deeds issued from the Big Horn County Clerk's office recently were: D & S Construction, A Partnership by H. T. Dil- lon Partner and John A. Schneider Part- ner, to Carr Holdings LLC; Lovell Strongs "A" Subdivision, Block 3, Lot 1 (Part) Don Wayne Rounds and Beverly Rounds Lorz to Loretta Rounds Cook, Lovell Linnabary "B" Subdivision, Lot 1 Block 6 MUNICIPAL COURT Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court before Judge Sylvia Gams recently were: McKayan Porter May, 16, no seat belt, fined $25 Aubry Jordan, 32, no seat belt, fined $25 Edubijen Garcia III, 35, no seat belt, fined $25 Charles L. Moore, 62, Deaver, no seat belt, fined $25 Paola Moreno, 26, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Janna L. Abraham, 35, illegal u-turn, fined $70 Donald G. Wenstrom, 52, Deaver, broken wind- shield, fined $70 Molly A. Kleiner, 45, failure to obey traffic sign, fined $120 Christopher D. Lund, 29, Belgrade, MT, speed- ing 26 mph in a 20 mph construction zone, fined $95 For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: Jimmy H. Kummerfeld, 67, 27 mph, fined $150 Micah Maas, 22, Greybuil, 28 mph, fined $160 Christine L. Martin, 44, Billings, 28 mph, fined $160 Curtis G. Hammer, 28, 27 mph, fined $150 Aleada J. Bushyhead, 62, 30 mph, fined $170 Todd Richins, 43, Sheridan, 30 mph, fined $180 James McDaniel, 38, Audubon, N J, 28 mph, fined $160 Heather Wagner, 27, Byron, 30 mph, fined $180 Britton E. Brost, 26, 28 mph, fined $160 Sara A. Walker, 24, 25 mph, fined $65 Mandilyn W. Joy, 33, Deaver, 25 mph, fined $65 Richard Keil, 75, Mesa, AZ, 25 mph, fined $65 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Jerry N. Grant, 47, Chicago, 39 mph, fined $96 Jose L. Ortega Jr.,39, Hudson, FL, 40 mph, fined $110 CIRCUIT COURT Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Her- rington recently were: Jason Roslinsky, 31, speeding 64 mph in 55 mph construction zone, fined $360 Steven M. Propp, 42, speeding 68 mph in a 55 mph construction zone, fined $106 Michael J. Loveless, 22, no compulsory auto insurance, fined $410 For speeding in a 65 mph zone: Rodolfo Rodriguez, 39, 81 mph, fined $78 Michele M. Fowler, 37, 75 mph, fined $70 Linda W. Boyce, 60, 75 mph, fined $70 Farad A. Khan, 35, 85 mph, fined $100 Larry S. Hanson, 63, 86 mph, fined $103 Samantha R. Keele, 28, 76 mph, fined $73 Wontae Choi, 24, 90 mph, fined $115 Joseph S. Doninger, 63, 74 mph, fined $67 Craig A. Gagne, 41, 78 mph, fined $79 Hillary B. Morgan, 31, 79 mph, fined $82 Sam S. Adair Jr., 65, 71 mph, fined $58 James M. Hooper, 18, 82 mph, fined $91 Thomas Prather, 18, 96 mph, fined $133 Gluyas earns 25-year service award Dave Gluyas, Wyo- ming Highway Patrol lieu- tenant in Worland, has earned his 25-year service award with the Wyoming Department of Transpor- tation. Gluyas, 53, was origi- nally hired as a patrol- man in Jackson on Sept. 1, 1985. He also served as a patrolman in Lovell and Worland before being pro- moted to lieutenant 10 years ago. Gluyas is a Miles City, Mont., native, and a gradu- ate of Custer County High School. He also attended Montana State University in Bozeman. OTOWNeLOnL B urning POCTOBER 15 - NOVEMBER 15 FROM 7arn TO 4pm West of Shoshone You MUST contact the LPD dispatcher of Sh ODDDAYS: (s48.221s) to get permission :: : PRIOR to burning. :: 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. If a 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. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday gz Partly cloudy 55 / 33 Friday A bit warmer, mostly sunny 60 / 34 Saturday Mostly cloudy, likely dry 56 / 32 Sunday Incoming showers 54 / 35 Monday Variably cloudy 55 / 38 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekenl Outlook As we are in between weather systems, conditions will likely stay dry and quiet through Saturday. Some moisture pushing in from the west on Sunday will provide us with fall shower activity. The mountains and higher elevations could easily see a rain/snow mix or wet snow on Sunday. Conditions clear out on Monday. Climate Almanac Normals for 10/28 to 11/01 10 11 Lovoll Greybull Ave%age High/low 62/24 Average HigWlbw : 50/23 Record High/Low 82 in 1929, -8 in 1991 Record High/Low 79 in i990, -4 in 1991 Practp 0.09" Average Pracip. 0;12' Record 24hr, Precip. 0.65" in 1974 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.59" in 1998 Jet Stream Fomceet for 11/01 Sunrise & Sunset Sunrise Sunset Friday 7:45 AM 6:09 PM Sat"tday :46AM 6i08 PM Sunday 7:47 AM 6:06 PM MondaY] 7:35 AM 6:21 PM National Weather Service Forecasts: http://www, crh.noaa,gov/riw/index.htm 50s/20s 40/ • .......  ..... .... ... " " ....... Powell Lovell ......... i :.:. : Cody • " %" • ":'% ...... ":" 40S / 206 Basin • .:%. 40s / 20s. ". ..... • "'" • Mootootoo "'" .... ":'. " ........ Worland ........ :::: ....... ........ ..,. v,or,ons. : :: I .... ......... "?:.:2 ...... 15 16 17 18 Recreation Outlook Big Horn Lake - Although not a lot is expected, there will " - - e • . s be some light precipitation in the form of showers around this weekend. Reservoirs Storage (sere-feet) % of full pool Res. Inflo. RII. Outflow Bom Lake : t5i0 87i9% 2.0 ¢fs 22968  Yellowstone National Park- Allow for extra traveling time Boysen 628143.0 84.7% 1063,8 cfs 806.2 cfs this weekend, Showers, a rain/snow mix or wet snow BUIIo Slit 457659.0 70.8% 3637  3867 are in the forecast for the entire weekend. Road end Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - As some moisture approaches Road end Travel on the web- http://wydotweb.=t4.wy.u=/w=b/hlghwly/text road.html from the west you will notice more clouds this weekend. ,orec..t.re.,.,d by: DayWeather, Inc. Cheyen,.. 8=001 There could be a few light showers late Sunday. www.daywoather.com 22 23 24 25 29 30 WEATHER URL H L Prec. Oct: 2i 67 .00 OcL 22 70 29 ,00 Oct, 23 67 30 ,00 0cL24 62 , 00 OcL 25 62 35 ,03 L25 50 36 ,00 This week's forecast sponsored by the|ove00hronic|e Help loved ones keep in touch with a gift subscription of the LoveU Chronicle. A one-year subscription to folks in Big Horn County is just $25, in Wyoming $35, and out of state just $40. Give us a call at 548-2217. North Big Horn Senior center 757 Great Western Ave., Lovell Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, fresh fruit, bread. Beef pepper steak, mashed potatoes, car- mt coins, whole wheat bread, apple, Jean's vegetable salad. Meatballs on a hoagie bun, cabbage, melon cup, tossed salad. Green bean casserole, tater tots, seasonal fruit, whole grain bread. Turkey tetrazzini, green beans, whole wheat bread, citrus fruit salad, garden vegetable salad. Chicken strips, oven browned potatoes, zucchini, roll, fruit sundae, pineapple/ blueberry, spring salad. Ham & macaroni bake, bread, fruit crisp, crackers, Mediterranean salad. Frannle Lunch Bunch Beef stroganoff over rice, broccoli, roll, fluffy fruit cup, gar- den vegetable salad. Beef & barley medley, whole wheat crackers, bread, pine- apple Betty, pickled beets & onion salad. Frannle Lunch Bunch Pork chop, scalloped potatoes, cauliflower, banana bread, chilled peaches, carrot salad. Bratwurst on whole wheat roll, catsup, lettuce, tomatoes & onions, herbed potato bake, apple brown Betty, cucumber salad. Chef salad w/carrot stick garnish, creamy late dressing, whole wheat crackers, chocolate chip cookie, strawberry & bananas. Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, beets, peach crisp, bread. Birthday Party Stuffed green peppers, whipped po- tatoes, bread, apricot crisp, 496r salad. Scrambled eggs & diced ham, hash browns, biscuit, or- ange sauced peaches w/granola, V8 juice. Breakfast Pinochle & Bridge Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, as- paragus with parsley, whole wheat bread, fruit ambrosia. Chicken & noodles, crackers, fruit, orange juice, jello w/ topping. Pinochle & Bridge Roast turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn bread stuffing, cauli- flower, roll, pumpkin pie, perfection salad. Sweet & sour pork, steamed rice, peas & carrots, egg roll, sliced oranges, spinach mushroom salad. Baked fish, cheddar mashed potatoes, broccoli, banana bread, fruit cocktail w/topping, creamy coleslaw. Barbecue beef on bun, carrots, potato salad, lime sunshine salad, banana. Happy Thanksglvlngl Center Cloud (.all 548-6556 for home delivery before 10:30 am Mon.-Fri. on the day you need the meal. Seniors 60 and over who have completed mandatory assessments are eligible for meals (in house dining or home delivered meals) regardless of race, creed er national origin. 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