DAILY NEWS photo by Susan Lockhart
Worland Middle School singers (from left) Adrianna Carver, Elysse Russell, Kyra Klinghagen, Perlene Keller, Nathaniel Nelson and Gabriel Durrant practice with choir director Wendy Compton for the upcoming Big Horn Basin Middle School Music Festival next Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Worland. Singers from Cody, Rocky Mountain, Lovell, Burlington and Ten Sleep with join the Worland middle schoolers for clinics Tuesday morning and a concert at 1:30 p.m. The concert is free and the public is invited, said Compton.

Donation may help with senior meal
delivery program expansion to county

By Jeanette Johnson
Staff Writer

WORLAND – Devon Energy recently donated $1,000 to the Worland Senior Center for its home meal delivery program.
Speaking on behalf of the Senior Center, Kitchen Manager and Building Manager Bert Bauer said they are doing research to see if they can expand deliveries of meals outside of the city limits, a goal that’s been on their wish list for quite awhile.
The donation will allow them to purchase hot packs or carriers, she said.
“We’re getting one carrier to be plugged into a vehicle cigarette lighter so if we go outside the city limits we can make sure the meals stay hot,” she explained.
The donation from Devon wasn’t a random thing.
“Devon asked us what we needed,” she said.
In response, employees at the center wrote down their needs. Devon chose from the list what area they wanted to help with, she said.
In an email from the main office, Kelly Pascal Gould said the company is proud to support the home delivery program and cited the number of meals that are made available to homebound seniors.
As a top operator and producer of oil in Wyoming, Devon strives to be a good neighbor by supporting youth and education, civic organizations and emergency responders, Gould said.
Executive Director Wendy Fredricks gathered a group of center workers and volunteers to show the latest acquisition, a carrier to replace one that is worn out.
“(Devon) looks at the community and helps the community as a whole,” Bauer said. “That’s really neat, too.”

DAILY NEWS photo by Jeanette Johnson
A $1,000 donation from Devon Energy to the Worland Senior Center will go toward the home delivered meals program. Above, WSC employees and users hold up a carrier that represents one that can be plugged into a vehicle to keep food hot while they are delivering meals. From left are Bert Bauer, Bob and Shirley Hensman who volunteer as route drivers, center Executive Director Wendy Fredricks, Colette Kocher and Norma Stewart.

Police Report

Editor’s Note: The following information was obtained from Washakie County Law Enforcement Center call sheets or from reports supplied by the Washakie County Sheriff’s Office or Worland Police Department.

LEGEND: MIP=minor in possession; JF=juvenile female; JM=juvenile male; DUS=driving under suspension; DUI=driving under the influence; P&P=Probation & Parole; FTA=failure to appear; LEC=law enforcement center; H&R=hit & run; A&B= assault & battery; FTP=failure to pay

OCT. 1
•Bobbie Jo Coleman cited for expired temporary tag
•Ryan Smit cited for no driver’s license
OCT. 2
•Christ Lange arrested for 1st offense DUI
OCT. 3
•Larry Miller, Florida, cited reference insurance
•Rudolfo Cruz arrested on an active bench warrant
•JM cited reference vehicle registration
•Jessica Wagner arrested for domestic battery
OCT. 4
•Cara Dennison cited for no valid driver’s license
OCT. 5
•Marlena Flesher cited for failure to maintain insurance
•Amanda Harner cited for family domestic battery
•Jeff Zastrow, Montana, cited for DUS
•Justin Lesperance cited for speeding 85/65 on Hwy. 20
OCT. 8
•Roxanne Martinez cited twice for shoplifting from Blair’s and was trespassed from the store
•Talon Loveless cited for dog at large subsequent offense
•Sheena Kinghorn cited for improper use of child restraint
•Whitnee Lopez arrested on bench warrant, fine was paid and she was released
OCT. 10
•Tiama Alexis Marnne cited for hit and run
•Jacob Keever arrested on an outstanding warrant
•David Newton cited for registration
•Timothy Cerepanya arrested for breach of peace and resisting arrest
•Jamie Smith cited reference insurance
•James Boles arrested for DUI alcohol and cited for reckless driving
•Scott MacGibbon, New York, cited for no valid driver’s license
OCT. 11
•Chancee Norby cited for DUS
•Corteney Tervo arrested for breach of peace
OCT. 13
•Cesar Salazar, Jr. arrested for false imprisonment
OCT. 14
•Joslyn Wickard arrested for DUI, cited for open container in a vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, breach of peace and interference with a peace officer
OCT. 15
•Coulter William Mann, Arizona, arrested on three warrants.

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