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Lovell Inc. seeking volunteers

Lovell citizens are reminded that the Lovell Inc. economic development organization is looking for “a few good folks” willing to help with the mission of the organization, seeking citizen participation on four task forces being developed, Director Dave Reetz has […]

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Crucial walking path meeting Thursday

Local citizens interested in the formation of a walking/bike path system for the Lovell community are urged to attend what organizer Christy Fleming is calling a critical meeting


Kids envision fort design for Cowley Family Park

Ideas are coming together for the Cowley Family Park in the wake of a brainstorming session held the morning of Halloween – Saturday, Oct. 31 – at 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

Day of Goodwill

Day of Goodwill begins

Items will be collected today (Thursday) and Friday for the fifth annual community Day of Goodwill in Lovell, organized by local churches. [caption id="attachment_10108" align="alignright" width="258"] Day of

Patti Carpenter
An excavator and front end loader work on Main Street in Lovell last week. A traffic detour is now in place from Pennsylvania to Shoshone as crews work their way west with the street repair and water and sewer line project.

Detours now in place on Main Street

[caption id="attachment_8793" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Patti Carpenter
An excavator and front end loader work on Main Street in Lovell last week. A traffic detour is now in

Efforts under way to control mosquitoes

Are mosquitoes biting you? Parks Manager Gary Emmett, overseeing the mosquito control program for the Town of Lovell, said his crews are trying to stay on top

Photo of Rick Schroeder

Schroeder honor reflects good team at hospital, care center

  [caption id="attachment_7663" align="alignright" width="262"] North Big Horn Hospital CEO Rick Schroeder[/caption] When Rick Schroeder is asked to talk about himself, he much prefers to

Centennial -1952-Chronicle-Staff

From our files

Take the elevator for credit at the Cowley Merc  100 Years Ago The Cowley Weekly Progress, Jan. 30, 1914 Ad (The Cowley Merc. Co.): During the present

Is it the flu?

Flu versus a cold … how can you tell?

If you wake up feeling fine, and a few hours later feel like a Mack truck just hit you, you probably have the flu. [caption