Fall cleanup set in Lovell Sept. 20-30

The Town of Lovell has scheduled a fall cleanup for Sept. 20-30, Mayor Bruce Morrison announced at Tuesday’s town council meeting. Morrison said that rather than piling material on a town lot as was done this spring, arrangements have been made with the North Big...
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Volunteers needed for recycling program

A local recycling advocate told the Lovell Town Council last Monday night that the Lovell recycling program is close to becoming a victim of its own success. After giving a brief history of the program during the Aug. 26 meeting, Christy Fleming, the Chief of...
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Enzi, Cheney make pitches to Tea Party

  If the American flags that lined both sides of the driveway weren’t enough of an indication, the speakers who took their turns at the podium proved it beyond the shadow of a doubt. See the entire story at Greybullstandard.com  
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Hemorrhagic disease suspected in deer die-off

Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists suspect hemorrhagic disease – either epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) or bluetongue – has killed a number of white-tailed deer in the eastern Big Horn Basin since mid-July. Due to the difficulty in locating carcasses and the broad area affected,...
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Mosquito abatement continues in Lovell

Are mosquitoes biting you? It is that time of year that people are spending more time outside and they are hoping that they aren’t driven indoors sooner than desired. The Town of Lovell staff reports that they are doing their part to help control the...
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County approves greatly reduced budget

The Big Horn County commissioners approved an $11.7 million general fund budget at Tuesday’s budget hearing. The general fund budget was $1.3 million less than the $13 million budget approved last year. In addition to the general fund budget is $3.7 million for the airports,...
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Bighorn Canyon NRA offers guided kayaking

This July and August the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is offering several guided kayaking excursions. “Through the Active Trails Program we have obtained equipment that will allow us to take 10 people out on the lake at a time free of charge,” Chief Interpreter...
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