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Byron Municipal Judge Nick Lewis swears in new Byron Mayor Pam Hopkinson during Tuesday night’s meeting in Byron.

Hopkinson replaces McCollam as mayor for Town of Byron

BY BOB RODRIGUEZ New council member Pam Hopkinson, a fourth-generation Byronite who was seated Dec. 11, was appointed mayor of the Town of Byron on a 3-1 vote during a special meeting due to the resignation of Marie McCollam, who […]

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SLIB votes to fund Lovell Main Street Project

It’s full speed ahead for the Main Street Phase of the Lovell Water and Sewer Infrastructure Project thanks to a decision by the Wyoming State Loan and Investment

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Administrative agreement with the county needed for planning grant

Lovell Inc. Executive Director Sue Taylor came to the commissioners Tuesday to finalize an administrative agreement for an economic planning grant that has been applied for

Wyoming Manager of Post Office Operations, Gary Sims, explains upcoming changes in post office hours during a public meeting at Cowley Town Hall Tuesday evening as citizens listen and express their feelings.

Cowley residents prefer later closure with post office hours

An interested group of Cowley residents Tuesday night questioned a U.S. Postal Service proposal to reduce hours at the Cowley Post Office as part of a nationwide effort


Gun sales up with talk of regulation

National news sources are reporting increased gun sales in stores across the nation following recent tragic events and political tough talk that threatens to increase gun regulations. Like


Big Horn Canyon’s man of many talents retires

Chris Finley has kind of been Big Horn Canyon’s renaissance man – a man with a variety of life skills that has given him expertise in everything from


Postal hour reduction meeting set for Cowley

Twelve post offices in Big Horn and Park counties, all under the 824 zip code exchange, will be seeing reduced hours over the coming years. United States Postal Service


McCollam new Byron mayor following challenges by Bair

Following a contentious challenge by Councilman Alan Bair regarding her competence as “a strong leader” and the direction she will lead the community, fellow councilor Marie McCollam was

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Cordner to step down as mayor of Frannie

A second town in north Big Horn County will soon be seeking a new mayor. The very week that Byron Mayor Bret George announced his resignation, Frannie Mayor Jack


Voters crush sales tax

Big Horn County voters voted two-to-one, 67 percent, against the sixth-cent sales tax proposal, soundly defeating the $24.8 million worth of projects in the nine municipalities, 3,486-1666. None of