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jmmnlllllnmll www. LovellCh ronicle.com December 16, 2010 J The Lovell Chronicle J 5 DAVID PECK PHOTOS Lovell Middle School held the local Challenge of the Books contest Tuesday morning, and the winning team was the duo of Colton Wardell and Alexis Ferguson, who correctly answered more questions about books students had read than other teams. Members of a Lovell Middle School Challenge of the Books team huddle to come up with an answer during the local challenge Tuesday morning. The regional contest is in Lovell this morning (Thursday). Pictured are (l-r) Andrew Mayes, McKay Baxendale, Dylan Ohman, Justin Mickelson and Alex Sawaya. BIRTHS sion (2nd offense), fined $410 We are interested in printing the births of Janelle D. Rowland, 17, Deaver, shoplifting, North Big Horn County babies. Please call fined $560 and personally report these births by con- Grant Hankins, 40, driving too fast for condi- tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. tions, fined $60 Born to Elizabeth Santiago and Joel Gonza- For speeding in a 20 mph school zone: lez in the Powell Valley Hospital, Dec. 8, Shawn Sullivan, 40, Gillette, 30 mph, fined 2010, at 9"53 a.m., a baby girl, Melody $170 Najeli Gonzalez, weighing 5 Ibs. 12 oz. Kobe M. Thompson, 36, 30 mph, fined $180 Grandparents are Jose Gonzalez, Rose- Paul Leroux, 42, Cody, 25 mph, fined $65 lie Santiago, Maria Sandoval and Gloria Reynaldo DumLao, 60, Oak Forest, II1., 28 Martinez. mph, fined $140 MARRIAGES Randi Jean Hout, 49, Worland, 25 mph, fined Marriage licenses issued from the Big Horn $65 County Clerk's office recently were: For speeding in a 30 mph zone: John A. Siebrecht and Judith Louise Myrick, Katelyn Eskridge, 20, Crane, Mont., 39 mph, both of Greybull fined $96 Jerold Gerard Preis of Burlington and Jennifer Dennis W. Kuseske, 63, Kimball, Minn., 41 Ann Phillips of Basin mph, fined $114 DEEDS Individuals are local residents unless oth- Warranty deeds issued from the Big Horn erwise noted. County Clerk's office recently were: CIRCUIT COURT Ken Grant and Darece Grant to Francis J. Persons fined in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Kettenring, Jacqueline I. Kettenring and Court in Lovell before Judge Thomas Har- Angela Mills; Big Horn County Benchview rington recently were: Estate Subdivision, T56N R96W, Lot 10 Antonio H. Alvarez, 30, valid driver's license (Part lot 77-B) missing, fined $110; improper lane use, MUNICIPAL COURT fined $60 Persons fined in the Lovell Municipal Court Cody R. Wagner, 26, no seat belt, fined $25 before Judge Sylvia Gems recently were: Ventura Nevarez, no seat belt, fined $25 Steven Shaine Wagner, 33, illegal u-turn, fined Jonathon Joy, 23, no seat belt, fined $25 $70 Logan A. Averett, 22, no seat belt, fined $25; Jeffery Beddes, 55, illegal u-turn, fined $70 no turn signal used, fined $70 Bret H. Dover, 51, Pocatello, Idaho, broken Edward A. Croft, 23, use of a controlled sub- windshield, fined $70 stance, fined $190, 10 days in jail Bradley M. Roper, 39, expired registration, Yong H. Jeon, 39, stop Sign violation, fined fined $70 $110 Leslie K. Twomey, 27, Cowley, no seat belt, Richard S. Thoenig, 76, waste or abandon fined $25 small game, fined $120; take over limit of Donald L. Richman, 61, Gillette, no seat belt, game birds, fined $140 fined $25 Nick T. Madler, 21, electric flashing turn signal Florence M. Lawson, 68, no seat belt, fined lamps missing, fined $60 $25 For speeding in a 30 mph zone: Jesserey Villarreal, 17, destruction of property, Bdan J. Dunlop, 50, 35 mph, fined $59 fined $560; larceny, fined $560; minor in For speeding in a 65 mph zone: possession of tobacco, fined $35Scott W. Smith, 52, 79 mph, fined $82 Kyle A. Evans, 21, Powell, failure to yield to Emily M. Considine, 24, 78 mph, fined $79 pedestrian, fined $70 David O. Sorenson, 46, 78 mph, fined $79 Rebecca Weinand, 24, driving under suspen- lii ,The Big Horn County ~heriffs Depa~ment re- ceived the following calls for the week of Dec. 6-13, 2010: Dec. 9: A Deaver area resi- dent reported the theft of a radio and batteries from a location in Deaver. Depu- ties responded to the call and the case is under inves- tigation. Dec. 10: A Lovell area farmer reported that sev- era] expensive air tools and other items were sto- len from his shop. Deputies investigated the case and were able to recover most of the stolen property. Ar- rests are pending and the case has been forwarded to the County Attorney's of- fice. A router that was pos- sibly stolen is still missing, according to the Sheriffs report. Sheriff Ken Black- burn urges any reSidents with information about the whereabouts of the missing router to contact the Sher- iffs Department at 1-800- 500-2324. Dec. 10: Deputies received a report of a suspicious per- son in the alley behind the Cowtown Caf jumping out from behind a dumpster and scaring people. The dumpster diver was gone when deputies arrived. Toscheduleamammogram, Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook Recreation Outlook r~ ...................................................................................................... .. IF YOU'RE IN THE BUSINESS OF AGRICULTURE, WE'D LIKE TO DO BUSINESS WITH :;~?~ ................. ~:~;~; ~; ~: iiii~ii~ ...... ~iii i!! i~:~i! ~iiiiiiiiliiiiiiii:iii Garrett Herren Allen Barnett Financial OfficerFinancial Officer Connm Ramey Brenda .Williams Marsha Weischedel Country Home Account Specialist Customer Service Loan Officer Coordinator Farm Credit Services of America is dedicated to serving Wyoming's Agriculture Producers. Garrett Herren and Alan Barnett reside in Northwest Wyoming and are ready to assist you with your agriculture needs. 1-800-359-023 5 www.fcsamerica.com Farm Credit Services of~dca ~[ CROP & LIVESTOCK OPERATING LOANS FACILITY & EQUIPMENT FINANCING REAL ESTATE LOANS LINE OF CREDIT b ....................................................................................................... The Lovell Police De- the report after inter- he was injured. partment received the fol- viewing the parties in- ~" The LPD is investigat- lowing calls for the week of volved, ing a report of a possi- Dec. 6-13, 2010: Dec. 9: The LPD respond- ble break-in at a Lovell Dec. 7: The Lovell Police ed on a welfare check and residence. Department received a re- found a man who appeared Dec, 10: The police de- : port; that two pit bul]s at: itp be iht0~ated~d ~~tnient received ~:a, ~ll tacked a German: si~ep: co~r~d:-in ab~sihns ~i~'~-~:~'rom the Box Office~ ~vid- herd. The pit bulls' ownerbruises. He Was trans- eo rental store that some was given two tickets forported to North Big Horn money was taken from the dog at large. Hospital. The man said hecash register. An officer The LPD received a re- jumped from a moving re, wrote a citation to a Lovell port of suspicious activ-hicle but in a follow-up in- woman for petty larceny ity at a Lovell residenceterview with the LPD saidafter determining about but later discounted he didn't remember how $194 was taken. Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Partly cloudy 26/3 Friday Scattered clouds 2311 Saturday Clouding up, night snow 23112 Sunday Snow expected 24/8 Monday Variably cloudy 28112 The weather will be quiet through Friday. Moisture from the Pacific moves in along a front late Saturday. That means more snow for the ..... i:.,:.!i:~:~::~? .~i.~. ~ ~.