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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I December 30, 2010 wwv. LovellChronicle.com "i:]:! Buddy fun at RMHS COURTESY PHOTO Rocky Mountain High School student Sydney Tyacke reads along with third- grader Aspen Thomas last week as class work wound down before the winter break. BY KARLA POMEROY ities and $300 to $350 without utilities. Big Horn County is working to get a Bridges said it would be easier to rent it land lease agreement with B&G Industries with utilities included so as not to have to Inc. signed by the end of the year. separate utilities from the rest of the air- BigHorn County Engineer Willie Bridg- port. es, who has been charged with the task of He said he had a potential renter in ov .seeing airport operations, said at last mind and the commissioners agreed let Tuesday's regular commissioners meetfnghim mo -e forward with renting the mobile that the land lease agreement had beenhome. sent to B&G but was not signed. He said In other rate issues, Bridges said he Karl Bertagnole had some concerns about has been looking into tie-down rates. Ac- some of the language. He said some of the cording to the Wyoming Department of language is mandated by the Federal Avia- Transportation, only two of 50 airports in tion Administration and can't be changed. Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Col- One clause includes that in times of war or orado and North and South Dakota charge national emergencies that the government tie-down rates. can take over the airport. One airport charges $5 overnight and He said the FAA had given the county $35 monthly, the other is $3 overnight until the end of the year to get the agree- and $45 monthly. He said Big Horn Coun- ment in place, ty should consider $3 overnight and $35 He said he would attempt to contactmonthly. Hangar rental space is $50. Bertagnole to see if there were other is- He is also drafting a hangar/space sues. agreement because there have been issues, In other airport news, Bridges said he particularly at the north airport, of people looked into equitable rental prices for the moving planes around because they believe mobile home at the North Big Horn County they both have the same hangar spot. Airport in hopes of getting someone to rent Once the agreement is approved by the it and have someone on site for added se- commissioners it will be sent to each han- curity, gar space renter and each agreement will He suggested $400 to $450 with util- outline what space that renter has. BY BRAD DEVEREAUX Traveling to Cody for a two-day speech meet recent- ly, the Lovell/Rocky Moun- tain High School got a good look at the competition to come throughout the year and competed for the last time before Christmas break on Dec. 17-18. Mesa Matthews and Randy Carter took first place in varsity duet, according to coach Deb Fink. Carter also took fourth place in varsity humor. The team is resting up with no practices being held over the break. They will re- turn to action Jan. 7-8 at the Northwest College Invite in Powell. At that time, all stu- dents will be required to com- pete in the varsity category. urc h 1 i St. Joseph's r- Faith Southern Baptist ] e Bible Ch I Cath licChurch Church "-I'--/ " ~J I ~" 340 E. 3rd St, Lovetl // 1141 ShnshoneAve Lovell, WY ~i!~ ~ lWorship Service Prayer 7 pm i":' i ',Pastor Michael McKnighl// I $acdflce of the Mass 19:oo am Rex~ Kurt McNabb| 548-6561 II | 110:30/SundaYamSCh l 56LovellE. MainJ// 11 ReverendSundaYGlenat Szczech0wskil 1:30 am ! ] Service,=: Sunday School 9:46 sm 1 1Bible Lesson lMnm. Wo~hlp 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm i L6 pm i, ' t Wed. Bible Study 7 pm J Helen Bassett Sept. 16, 1907- Dec. 23, 2010 Helen Bassett Walk- er died at the New Hori- zons Care Center Thursday morning, Dec. 23, 2010, at the age of 103. Helen was born on Sept. 16, 1907, at Kane. She lived there during her growing up years. After she finished grade school, she attended the Big Horn Academy at Cowley for two years, finishing high school at Lovell. During her senior year she took Normal Training, or training to be- come a teacher. After she graduated from high school, she attended school at Lara- mie. That fall she taught at Four Corners, Wyo. The next fall she taught at Little Buffalo School, which was south of Gillette. Her third year of teaching, she taught at Ten Sleep and soon after she married Ariel Walker and moved to Anaconda, Mont for a short time, end- ing her teaching career of about 24 years. They moved back to Kane, and then on to a farm west of Lovell. Here they built their home and plant- ed an orchard. Some. of the fruit trees are still produc- ing.today. ; : Helen and Ariel had five boys, all born in the Lovell area: Dean (Rebecca Allred), Lewis (Joan Huddart), Rob- err (Yvonne Sawyer), Ned Obituaries Please submit obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest. net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St Lovell, Wyoming Submitting a photo? Minimum requirements for publication are: 3" across, 300 dpi, in jpeg format. Louell ssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho five Lo *ll Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship - 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 prn Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 (Nancy Martens) and Mark (Carlene Hurdsman). Helen was a wonder- ful'homemaker and loved to knit and crochet. Her pas- sion was crocheting and she made afghans for every one of her kids and grandchil- dren. Every time she heard someone was having a baby in the family, she made that baby an afghan. She also made many afghans and gave them to the church to be distributed to anyone in need. Helen was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served faithfully in many positions. After husband Ariel died, she substituted at the school lunch room in 1950. In 1951 the school princi- pal asked her to be a substi- tute teacher in the elemen- tary. In 1952, they asked her to take over and teach a fifth grade class, which she taught for several years un- til she moved to the sixth grade, teaching there until she retired in 1974. During the summers she took extension classes, graduating from the Uni- versity of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Arts degree in education in 1960. Helen was preceded in death by her husband, Ar- iel; her parents, Herbert and Susan Bassett; two sis- ters, Marie Baird and Mary Eliza aka Mamie Brimhall; her only brother, Fred The- on Bassett, one son, Robert /ii!i!!!i!ii!i ii iil Walker, two granddaugh- ters-4 iaw, Sue Ferguson Walker and Melinda Lake Walker and two great- granddaughters. She had many grand- children: Ron (JoAnn), Craig (Careen), Lynn (Brent) Bas- sett, Sandy (Dave) Briggs, Jim (Debbie), Beverly (Mark) Seward, Susan (David) Wilk- erson, Karen (Bart) Jones, David (Tara), Mike (Missy), Greg (Gwen), Terry (Char- leen), Karl (Jim) Carter, Jon (Becky), Annette (Mitch) Ne- gro, Deseree (Chris) Allen, Charles (Chuck), Barry (Su- zette), Shawn (Annie), Todd (Bonnie), Casey (Beverly) and Lance (Dena) and nu- merous great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchil- dren. Helen was a good teach- er and many said she was the best teacher they ever had. She was always good to her grandchildren and tried to treat them fairly. She was always there for her family and supported them in ev- erything they chose to do. The family would like to thank the New Horizons Care Center at Lovell for all the kind services provided for Helen during her stay there. Funeral Services were held Wednesday Dec. 29, at 10:00 a.m. in the East Cha- pel of the Lovell Wyoming Stake Center with Haskell Funeral Home officiating. Internment followed at the Lovell Cemetery. 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod I IL,ve I I/"% II Pastor Paula Morse I I Church: -',', I I 111 8:3o Dea rWor hip I BHC Predatory Animal Board Letters of Application are requested from residents of Big Horn County who are interested in serving on the Big Horn County Predatory Animal Board. Per W.S. 11-6-202 (v) County Commissioners, to the greatest extent practical, shall select a sportsman to ensure representation from as broad a geographic distribution of the district as possible. Mail letters of interest to the Big Horn County Commissioners, P.O. Box 31, Basin, WY 82410. Deadline for application will be 5:00 p.m. on January 14, 2011. Applications will be presented to the Commissioners at their regular scheduled meeting on January 18, 2011. CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? De. GllEGOlff STEWART UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF MoIrrHERN WYOMING, PC Specializing in the "no needle/no scapel technique." 15 minute office procedure. Frequently done on Friday with the possibility of back to light-duty work on Monday. Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. Dr. Gregory Stewart Clinics held in Powell Basin - Big Horn Clinic Greybull - Midway Clinic Thermopolis - Hot Spring~ Co. Memorial Hospital. VA patients accepted with prior approval. 225 W. 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