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Pastor Jim Barth

New Methodist pastor: Jim Barth shares God’s grace and love

When asked what the focus of his ministry is, Jim Barth, recently appointed pastor of the Lovell United Methodist Church, said, “Relationships – building relationships with people, building disciples in the church and building relationships outside of church.” Jim was […]

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Construction workers put the finishing touches on the new multi-purpose room at Lovell High School this week. The project is expected to be complete ahead of schedule, which will be in a few weeks.
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Lovell schools set to open doors to students on Tuesday

[caption id="attachment_8956" align="alignright" width="428"] Construction workers put the finishing touches on the new multi-purpose room at Lovell High School this week. The project is expected to be

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Head Start programs move into new facility on Main in Lovell

[caption id="attachment_8984" align="alignright" width="476"] Absaroka Head Start staff members pose in the new facility at 384 E. Main in Lovell. Pictured are (l-r) aide Holly Englert, teacher

June Walker Wood

June Walker Wood

June 7, 1925 - Aug. 18, 2014

Margaret L. Slater Gifford Harkin

Margaret L. Slater Gifford Harkin

Feb. 5, 1925 - Aug. 23, 2014

D Vincent Anderson

D Vincent Anderson

July 24, 1924 - Aug. 22, 2014

April LaRee Wirth

April 6, 1967 – Aug. 20, 2014

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Voters soundly defeat museum district

Voters in North Big Horn County on Tuesday rejected the formation of a museum district that would have supported the proposed North Big Horn County Museum

Felix Carrizales

Carrizales tops ticket in commissioner race

[caption id="attachment_8935" align="alignright" width="199"] Felix Carrizales[/caption]

After 16 years, there will be a new commissioner for Big Horn County with longtime commissioner Keith Grant losing out to

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Lovell schools prepare for Sept. 2 opening with meetings

Students return to school today (Thursday) at Rocky Mountain schools in Cowley, but the first day of school is still nearly two weeks away at Lovell