Here’s what’s inside this week’s Lovell Chronicle. Don’t miss out!

In print and our E edition only:

• Most area churches to resume public worship

• Dining and religious services re-open in Big Horn County

• Air National Guard flyover set for Friday across Wyoming

• Filing opens for 2020 Primary Election

• Rocky Mountain students excel in virtual State FBLA conference

• Peck editorial: Can we return to life as we knew it? Yes!

• Forest officials say developed sites may open early

• Rep. Flitner and Sen. Kost on the special session which begins Friday

• Bank of Bridger program donates to local food pantry

• Schools take first steps toward opening doors

•Care Center staff improvises during COVID-19 quarantine

• Visitation up at Bighorn Canyon during pandemic shutdown

•New rodeo club forms in Lovell Chronicle

• BLM responds to Mustang Center’s concerns

In Sports –

• Trainor and Hecker commit to wrestle at NWC

• Legion baseball to proceed as independent league this summer

• Lovell Colts 12U team starting practices

• Regular Little League 2020 season cancelled

Ad: Treasure Hunt details for Friday night Drag Main event

Ad: Hometown Healthy Living lab tests offered at North Big Horn Hospital

Ad: Lumps and Bumps Day May 19 at North Big Horn Hospital Clinic

On our webpage and in print and E editions:

• Graduation details released by local school districts

• Wyoming Lime Producers gives back after LHS assistance

• Jane Bushnell finishes 35-year career in education

• For Arizona State outstanding graduate Heather Monk, storytelling matters

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