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Long hard winter kills numerous fish

The effects of a natural process known as winterkill can be seen along the shorelines of ponds throughout the county, where hundreds of dead fish rot and are being fed on by eagles and other creatures scavenging for food after […]

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Frannie gets Kubota thanks to Montana Limestone

[caption id="attachment_8035" align="aligncenter" width="397"] Pictured with the new Town of Frannie Kubota that a donation from Montana Limestone Co. helped to fund are (l-r) Mike Jones, Vance


All About Us: Rocky Mountain HS Prom 2014

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Alys Welch Winterholler

Alys Welch Winterholler

Feb. 28, 1927 - March 30, 2014


Spring? It’s snowing.

[caption id="attachment_7988" align="alignleft" width="323"] Town of Lovell employee Dan Beal clears snow on Lovell's Main Street Wednesday morning. Snow continued to fall all day.[/caption]

Sam Woodis

Sam Woodis looking forward to career in jazz

To watch Sam Woodis solo on his saxophone is a thing of beauty. Closing his eyes and tilting his head back just a bit, he unleashes a smooth

Photo of Sheep Mountain and wild horses

Horses rounded up near Sheep Mountain

[caption id="attachment_7971" align="aligncenter" width="393"] A helicopter roundup near Sheep Mountain got the attention of horse advocates this week when 41 horses were rounded up north of Greybull

LHS Speech & Debate team photo

Speech and Debate team ends season at Districts

The Lovell High School Speech and Debate team wrapped up its season with good results at Districts this past weekend. The competition was held in Riverton. [caption id="attachment_7974" align="aligncenter"

David Peck

Our friend Max will be missed in Cheyenne

[caption id="attachment_7944" align="alignright" width="203"] Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield[/caption] I’ll never forget the first time Max Maxfield visited Lovell. It was a late spring day, maybe even


Combination agreements hot topic at Dist. #1 board meeting

Should small schools like Rocky Mountain High School allow their students to participate in extracurricular activities at neighboring schools if the school doesn’t offer