Celebrate school music

The Lovell Chronicle staff believes that school music is an important part of a child’s education. We want to highlight was school music means to education in an upcoming feature and are looking for comments from adults who have been a part of a public...
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Newspapers will continue to be here for you

One of the things we value the most in our work as community journalists is the interaction and feedback we receive from our readers. From “Thank you, that was a great story” to “You dolt, that was Mary, not Amy, in that photo” we hear...
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Rodeo clown takes job seriously

Being a rodeo clown is no laughing matter. This is a lesson Jackson Bassett learned right away after he was “tossed” by the very first bull he faced off with in a rodeo arena. Bassett became a rodeo clown or “bullfighter,” as many prefer to...
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Taking your turn at the local level

This is the time of year when local citizens play the wait-and-see game for local office. It always seems as if there will be no candidates for town council, but what’s really happening is that prospective candidates wait to see who else in running, as...
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Fishing advice from the experts

It used to be I could go out to my favorite spot on the Clark’s Fork armed with my fishing pole and a few worms and, as a matter of pure luck, catch a few nice sized fish. Life was simple. I could stick a...
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Woodis named an elite jazzman

Rocky Mountain sophomore Sam Woodis recently auditioned for and was accepted into the Wyoming All-State Jazz Band. Woodis sent in a tape that included three prepared pieces of music, plus scales, he said, and one of the pieces included improvisational work. His work paid off...
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New doctor at NBHH

A varied and interesting life has led Dr. Debbie Brackett to Lovell, where she will practice what she loves: rural medicine in a small community. Dr. Brackett joined the staff at North Big Horn Hospital and the NBHH Clinic and started work Jan. 3, moving...
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