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Sue Taylor

Economic development plan calls for single entity

The final version of the 93-page Big Horn County Economic Development Plan was presented to the Big Horn County commissioners last Tuesday, Jan. 20. The plan was adopted by the commissioners earlier, despite changes being made to the plan before […]

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Amos Monterde demonstrates a kick during a test for his green belt in Taekwondo on Saturday along with several other students from Lovell and Powell at the Lovell High School Gym.
Patti Carpenter

Taekwondo students advance to next level

Fourteen students from Bighorn Martial Arts Academy proved themselves worthy of new belts in the Korean martial art of Taekwondo   during a special test of their skills

ConservationDistrict

Fuel storage workshop set for Feb. 5

Local ag producers who store fuel in large quantities are being urged to attend an upcoming workshop in Lovell relating to federal regulations that affect how records

Linda Graves

Linda Graves

May 17, 1951  - Jan. 20, 2015

Kay "KK" Francis King

Kay “KK” Francis King

Jan. 26, 1937 - Jan. 21, 2015

Rocky’s Tori Steed drives by Lovell’s Ashley Peterson during an eighth-grade game in Cowley on Thursday, Jan. 22. Both teams will compete at a quad tournament in Burlington Saturday.
David Peck photo

RMMS cagers find early season success with 10-2 start

The 2015 Rocky Mountain Lady Grizz Middle School Basketball season has tipped off. [caption id="attachment_9855" align="alignright" width="300"] Rocky’s Tori Steed drives by Lovell’s Ashley Peterson during an eighth-grade game

PhotoWinner

Lovell Chronicle wins

Chronicle judged top Wyoming weekly

For the second time in three years, the Lovell Chronicle has been judged the top small weekly newspaper in Wyoming in the annual contest

Gas prices have reached $2.18 in North Big Horn County, following the national plunge in the price of oil.

Gas retailers pleased as price of fuel plummets

As gasoline prices have plummeted nationwide, the effect has been felt here in North Big Horn County, too, and that plunge brings a smile to local gas

Ken Ferbrache addresses the Lovell Town Council during the public comments portion of the council meeting Tuesday night, which largely addressed Mayor Angel Montanez’s decision to not reappoint Chief of Police Nick Lewis.
David Peck

Lewis still in place; council votes to advertise for chief

Nick Lewis remains the chief of police in Lovell – for now.

[caption id="attachment_9781" align="alignright" width="300"] Ken Ferbrache addresses the Lovell Town Council during the public comments

The Big Horn County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees announced Lovell Elementary School Principal Cheri Hoffman’s plan to retire at the end of the school year at its regularly scheduled meeting held at the district’s administrative offices on Monday night.
Patti Carpenter

Hoffman announces retirement

Principal Cheri Hoffman announced her plan to retire at the end of the current school year, on June 12, 2015. Hoffman has served most of her educational