All posts by Karlie Voss


Bulldogs bash the Buffs to cap homecoming week

The Lovell Bulldogs celebrated homecoming in style Friday, clobbering the Mountain View Buffaloes 33-0 in dominant fashion to move to 3-0 in 2A West conference games. Lovell used a punishing ground game to wear down the Buffaloes and control the […]

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Hendershot takes top honors at Yellowtone Quilt Fest

Sariah Hendershot started quilting when she was 8 years old. Five quilts later, at age 13, she has become a very accomplished quilter and has the purple ribbons

Lady Grizzly freshman Jacque Leonhardt glides along the fifth fairway at Foster Gulch during the Rocky Mountain Invitational on Sept. 21. Jacque and her teammates ran strong in Worland Thursday.
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Grizzly runners make gains at Worland meet

The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies showed improvement from Monday to Thursday last week as they competed at the Worland Invitational Thursday after hosting their own invitational at Foster Gulch

Byron Rec officers listed; programs continue as former unit leader challenges accusations

As the significant and disputatious reorganization of the Byron Recreation Department continues, the new and expanded advisory committee and Mayor Heidi Brightly stand behind the revised approaches with

Middle School Sports Wrap-up

Grizzly gridders fall to Cody Saturday By Sam Smith The Rocky Mountain Middle School football squads fell to a pair of Cody Cougar teams Saturday in Cowley. The eighth-grade squad fell

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Willard (Bill) Dausman 

April 9, 1932  - Sept. 26, 2015


Grizzlies dominate Saratoga for first win

Finally, a win. And not just a win…domination. The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies took out some early-season frustration on the Saratoga Panthers Friday night, blasting the visitors from Carbon County


New chief and mayor weigh in on future of LPD

By Patti Carpenter Following several months of what some perceive as turmoil and others welcome as change, the dust may finally start to settle at the Lovell Police Department.


Two five-set thrillers highlight the week for Lady Bulldogs

By Patti Carpenter The Lady Bulldogs volleyball team started their week on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at a leisurely pace with three easy-to-win sets against local rival Rocky Mountain. The


Lovell walking path project could be revived

By David Peck The community walking path proposal that stalled a few years ago could be revived if the Lovell community gets behind a project being proposed by a