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161 The Lovell Chronicle [ December 16, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com Lovell Elementary School celebrated the holidays with the annual K-3 concert and musical Tuesday night at the Hyart Theatre. Above, first-graders (l-r) Danika Zarate, Chevelle Jolley, Kylie Hecker, Aaliyah Lopez (hidden) and Chance Abraham sing with gusto and hand motions. At the right, elves (l-r) Azalia Martinez and Sariah Martin discuss Melton, the Warm-Hearted Snowman during the third-grade musical. DAVID PECK PHOTOS Miracles' presented Sunday The Lovell Wyoming Stake Choir invites the public to join them in their Christmas presentation of "Night of Miracles," which will include solos by Bob Pratt, Emily Asay, Linda Morrison, Ilene Henley and Wendy Roth. It will also showcase a solo by Miranda May that her father, Lan- nlng May, wrote entitled "Immanuel and Hallelujah." The performance will also include a duet sung in Spanish featuring Hans Hawley and Michael Allred, and an eight-hand piano piece by Kathy Har- rison, Linda Hitz, Chauna Bischoff and Ruth Ham- mond. The concert will be held Sunday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. at the LDS Stake Center. Ev- eryone is welcome and en- couraged to come and share in the Spirit of Christmas with the singing of the story of the birth of the Savior. The Bureau of Reclama- tion has decided to discuss the Big Horn Lake Opera- ting Criteria Evaluation Study and Report (Draft Criteria) in person with sta- keholders of the lake and ri- ver system at two meetings scheduled in early Janua- ry. Montana Area Mana- ger Dan Jewell said the BOR decided to forgo a conference call in January because of recent inquiries about the draft criteria and also because of the discus- sions that took place at last week's conference call. The two face-to-face meetings will explain the draft criteria in greater de- tail and Jewell and others will answer questions about the draft criteria, with a goal to help stakeholders be better prepared to provide constructive comment on the document. Jewell said he hopes interested people attend one or both of the meetings. "I think it is important that we all have a common understanding of the draft criteria if we are to realize improvements and continue making progress in better meeting the collective in- terests of all stakeholders, and I don't believe we can get there with a conference call." As a reminder, writ- ten comments are being ac- cepted on the draft criteria through Jan. 28, 2011. The meetings are sche- duled as follows: Tuesday, Jan. 4, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the MSU- B Downtown Conference Room in Billings. Wednesday, Jan. 12, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Lo- yell Community Center. Open Mondays .. for the Holidayst 1 EndTables i "Better than Billingspr/~irt~veryday!" hovell 548-2269 Cody S27-5990!l~:~oCtland 347-654@ Founder of BASIN CLINIC, Founder of SPORTS MEDICINE LL.C December 9, 2010 To my many patients, friends and potential patients: Unfortunately I was advised recently that someone, or some entity, or group of individuals had submitted a flyer on a mass mailing basis throughout the Big Horn Basin. The flyer alleged many things concerning my surgical skills and abilities; and further alleges that I was somehow involved in litigation and was the subject of several lawsuits. These allegations are simply not true; and they are designed to hurt me, my medical practice and my family. I have been in active practice as an Orthopaedic Surgeon in the Big Horn Basin and throughout the entire State of Wyoming and other states as well for over twenty-three years. During that time I have faithfully served my patients; and brought them good results. I am doing all within my power to fully and completely investigate this matter and who, or what, or what group of individuals may have been responsible for the submission of this flyer. This investigation will be ongoing, and the matter will be dealt directly with the necessary and proper authorities. Once again I appreciate very much your time and attention to this; and I and my staff look forward to serving all of our patients, as well as future patients. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact my office at 720 Lindsay Lane, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, 307-578-1953 Sincer , Dr. Jimmie G. Biles, Jr. Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery 720 Lindsay Lane, Suite B 307-578-1953 Toll Free: 877-372-4537 Dr. Jimmie Biles