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www.LovellChronicle.com December 30, 2010 I The Lowell ChronicleI 5 MARRIAGES Ruth Howe, 55, illegal parking, fined $35 Marriage licenses issued from the Big Morgan Hetland, 35, no valid registration, Horn County Clerk's office recently were: fined $60; failure to appear, fined $110; Matthew TylerSagrilla and Kelsey Eliza Hoyt, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, both of Powell fined $70; failure to appear, fined $110 BIRTHS Heather Askvig, 30, Cowley, following too We are interested in printing the births of close, fined $60 North Big Horn County babies. Please call Adam Ortiz, 12, breach of peace, fined $460 and personally report these births by con- (6 months probation) tacting the Chronicle at 548-2217. Oralia Silva, 40, dog at large, fined $30; dog Born to Jamie W. and Brandon S. May at the at large, fined $30 Powell Valley Hospital on Dec. 22, 2010 Matthew Johnson, 21, Greybull, driving under at 12:54 a.m a baby girl, Myles Ann suspension, fined $410 May, weighing 6 Ibs. 15 oz. Grandpar- John Wayne Seals, 38, Powell, defacing prop- ents are Jim and Debbie Walker of Lovell erty, fined $560 ($1090.72 restitution) and Greg and Cathy May of Cowley. Cedric P. Phebus, 30, Platteville, Colo im- MUNICIPAL COURT proper use of seat belt, fined $25 Persons fined in the Lowell Municipal Michael E. Hart, 20, no seat belt, fined $25 Court before Judge Sylvia Game recently William E. Tillett, 63, improper parking, fined were: $35 Benjamin Jolley, 18, following too close, fined Individuals are local residents unless oth- $70 erwise noted. District Judge Steven Cranfill Commissioner Scotty Hinman during a swearing-in ceremony II BY KARLA POMEROY While Big Horn Coun- ty elected officials elected this past November don't officially take office until Monday, Jan. 3, Fifth Judi- cial District Judge Steven Cranfill swore in the offi- cials in a special ceremony Monday night, Dec. 27. Sworn in were Big Horn County Attorney Mi- chelle Burns, Commission- ers Keith Grant and Scot- ty Hinman, Assessor Gina Anderson, Treasurer Becky KARLA POMEROY shakes Commissioner Keith Grant's hand as (center) and Sheriff Ken Blackburn look on at the Big Horn County Courthouse Monday. in; new The Lowell Police Department received Big Horn Hospital and released after an the following calls for the week of Dec. 20- evaluation. 27, 2010: The LPD responded to a report of a man Dec. 21: The Lowell Police Department is- with a gun at a Lowell residence. Upon sued a citation to a Lovell man for shoplift- arrival, officers learned that there was ing after reviewing security camera footage no gun in use and the subject had been from the Red Apple. drinking, but there was no evidence of Dec. 25: The LPD responded to a report physical violence. After speaking with of a subject who was threatening to cause the parties involved, officers took the harm at a location in Lovell. After speak- man to an off-site location to spend the ing to the subject, he was taken to North night. The big Horn County Sheriffs Depart- ment received the following calls in the north end of the county for the week of Dec. 20-27, 2010: Dec. 20: Deputies received a report that a possible sex offender was living in the Lovell area and had not registered. After investigating the report, deputies found Dec. 25: The Sheriffs Department as- sisted the Lowell Police Department with a subject threatening to harm himself or oth- ers. m-The Sheriffs Department assisted the LPD in dealing with a report of a man with a gun that turned out to be a do- mestic dispute with no weapon in use in Lindsey, Clerk Dori Noy- KAmA POMEROY that the man wasn't actually a sexual of- Lowell. es and Sheriff Ken Black-Jason Beal (front left) and Jeff Angell (center) were fender. . Dec. 27: Deputies were called to the scene burn. Coroner Del Atwood Jr. unable to attend two of the sheriff's deputies sworn in by DistrictDec. 23. Deputies wrote two no trespass- of a hit-and-run accident on a county road- ing orders to two Deaver residents in- way. The reporting party said that the krid :W tl be sW fi'in:at a Judge Steven Cranfill during ceremonies Monday structing them to stay off of each other'S driv oftl Sthervehicle stated he did ater'*date. at the courthouse in Basin-, : property, have insurmive before driving away. The only office working on a transition is the Big for administration assis- about paying the current Horn County Attorney's tants. Big Horn County Attorney office with Burns taking Her deputy attorney, staff for being on call Dec. over for outgoing Big Horn John E. Frentheway of 31-Jan. 2. Hunt said it has County Attorney Georgia Cheyenne, was sworn in happened in the past and Antley Hunt. after the elected officials, she and Kim Mickelson Burns said at the Bigalong with all of the Big would be on call at differ- Horn County commission- Horn County Sheriff depu- ent times during the New ers meeting last Tuesday ties. Year's weekend. that she will be hiring two She asked the commis- Burns said she had no administrative assistants sioners to be able to train problem with it since she and one deputy county at- her two administrative as- anticipated having funds torney, instead of the staff sistants for up to two days in salaries and benefits as it is currently with one this week so they will be leftover with a change in assistant and two depu- ready come Monday. The the staffing. ties. commissioners approved Hunt will be opening She said shewouldlikepaying the assistants for up a new law firm next to wait until she officially two days prior to the new week with Timothy A. Ea- takes office and the em- year. gler and James T. Hallman ployees begin duties to an- At the same meet- (current deputy attorney nounce who she has hired ing there was discussionon Hunt's staff.). q IF YOU'RE IN THE BUSINESS OF AGRICULTURE, WE'D LIKE TO DO BUSINESS WITH i ~i~ii!i!~~::~:~' ii~i~ii~iiii ~ ~ Garrett Horton Allen Barnett Connie Ramey Brenda Mersha Weischedel Financial Officer Financial OfficerCountry Home Account Specialist Customer Service Loan Officer Coordinator Farm Credit Services of America is dedicated to serving Wyoming's Agriculture Producers. Garrett Horton and Alan Barnett reside in Northwest Wyoming and are ready to assist you with your agriculture needs. Farm Credit Services 1-800-359-0235 www.fcsamerica.com otAmedca i~ CROP & LIVESTOCK OPERATING LOANS FACILITY & EQUIPMENT FINANCING REAL ESTATE LOANS LINE OF CREDIT Big Horn County Long Range Forecast Thursday Very cold, light snow 10 / -6 Friday Cloudy and icy cold 5/-12 Saturday Partly cloudy 12/0 Sunday Increasing clouds 2216 Monday More clouds, night light snow 20110 Big Horn Basin Outlook Weekend Outlook We could see additional light snow over the next couple of days, but forthe most partthelatestwinterstorm has drifted south. It will,:iiiii:i: ~I .: iii however, be a very cold end to 2010. The new year will start out with , chilly, but mainly dry weather. The next chance for snow moves in late. :i i ~}~a 3~/v2~ (~ Monday and Tuesday. :;;i ::::: :%:=. ::%=. @ Cody I~sln " " Climate Almanac Normals for 12/30 to 01/03 :: ':::: 40s / 208 ':: 30s / t(~ " Lovell Greybull : : A~ : ," 6~ H~!~: ! ~ y~~ M~,t~, ::: =ii Recoi'd Hig~oW 55 in 1998, 742 n 1924 Record High/Low 55 in 1998, 33 in !990 /20s .p% Worland i . Record 24hr. Precip. 0.42" in 1972 Record 24hr. Precip. 0.50" in 1975 i.i ~,40~ I toe .:.:iii:I i. Jet Stream Forecast for 01/03 Sunrise & Sunset .i ~ " ,::: ~r~ oils Sunrise Sunset Friday 7:45 AM 4:48 PM Saturday ~i~5~ ~i49 ~M Sunday 7:45 AM 4:50 PM AM ~i42 PM Recreation Outlook National Weather Service Forecasts: hltp://www.crh .noaa.gov/riw/index.ht m (iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii::ii:ii i ::; Big Horn Lake - There should not be anything to worry " " . e . . about as far as the weather is concerned this weekend, River Basin River Basin It will be chilly, but likely dry. Yellowstone National Park - It looks like 2011 will start Shoshone River 112% o1 normal Upper Yenowstone River 126% of normal on the settled, dry side. Other than a few flurries, the weather looks quiet Friday through Sunday, Road and Travel - (1-888-996-7623) or (307) 772-0824; Cellular: #ROAD Big Horn Mountains - Scattered clouds and dry Road and Travel on the web- http://wydotweb.state,wy.us/web/highway/text road.html conditions will round out 2010 and bring in the new year. Forecast prepared by: Dc~//~yv/ ath(~rl I r~c. Cheyenne, WY 02001 No snow is expected this weekend. www.dayweather.com WEATHER oo O0 This week's forecast sponsored by Help loved ones keep in touch with a gift subscription of the Lovell Chronicle. A one-year subscription to folks in Big Horn County is just *25, in Wyoming *35, and out of state just *40. 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Italian vegetables, bread, plum whip, bread, apricot crisp, pineapple upside bread, cherry betty, homestyle vegetable 49-er salad, down cake, spring vegetable salad. salad, salad. | I Chicken nuggets, baked hashbrowns, zucchini & carrots, roll, fruit sundae/ blueberry, vegetable salad. Call 548-6556 for home delivery before I0:30 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 or national origin. Meals are subject to change due to availability of items. 164 E. Main :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::