100 Years Ago
The Cowley Weekly Progress, September 21, 1912
The B.H.A. began its fourth year of school here with a registration of about eighty students, with a large number yet to come as soon as the rush of farm labor ceases. We look for big things from the academy this year.
75 Years Ago
The Lovell Chronicle, September 23, 1937
Dillon and Black, local contractors, will begin construction on the first of eight apartments to be erected on south Montana Avenue. Dr. I.E. Call, local dentist, is building the new apartments and will erect four more in the near future. The new apartments will fill a vital need in the community, as housing has become increasingly difficult.
50 Years Ago
The Lovell Chronicle, September 20, 1962
Photo: This stinky woods kitty came to town for a gay time—for everyone living on the west end of Carmon A
ve. The skunk was spotted near the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tippetts, mostly around the garbage cans. When not in sight she was always within smell. Here, Rich and Mike Winterholler along with Mike Durtsche hold the grand prize—one dead skunk.
25 Years Ago
The Lovell Chronicle,September 24, 1987
A new womens and young ladies fashion store has opened its doors in Lovell. Jacque Osborne is the manager of The Fashion Bug, located on Main. Osborne said with only two other clothing stores in town, she thought another store would do well in Lovell. The Fashion Bug offers clothing in sizes 3-4 juniors to size 20 and also features jewelry.