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Max Maxfield

Maxfield seeks court ruling

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield filed suit in state district court last Thursday, Sept. 29, to seek a court ruling on term limits for the state’s executive branch. As Secretary of State, Maxfield is the state’s chief election officer. Maxfield […]

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9-11-NEVER-FORGET

Freedom Memorial dedication

The dedication of the Freedom Memorial, the last memorial at the Wyoming Veterans Memorial Park, will take place in a ceremony commemorating the 10th anniversary of the 9/11

Moving forward 10 years after 9/11

America lost her innocence 10 years ago this week. [caption id="attachment_407" align="alignright" width="150" caption="David Peck"][/caption] Perhaps we should have seen it coming – the horrific attacks on

Firemen's memorial mural

Remembering 9/11

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Lynwood Tall Bull makes a point during the Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain dedication ceremony Friday morning. David Peck photo

Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain dedication

It was the culmination of a process but not the end of the journey. Native American tribes, local and state government officials, federal agency heads and signatories to the

Virginia Fink

Virginia Bertha Fink

Nov. 6, 1920 – Aug. 10, 2011

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Medicine Wheel

Medicine Wheel landmark gets new boundary

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar this week announced the designation of 14 new national historic landmarks in 11 states and the District of Columbia that have played

TedHuntington1953

History of the Lovell Chronicle

Click to read the entire 2006 special

Lovell’s Main Street once had open irrigation ditches, and stores would put boards across the ditches for their customers, as can be seen in this photograph of (l-r) Ivan Tippetts, Melba Nicholls, Melba’s aunt Helen Scheeler and George Elmer Stevens when the two couples were preparing to leave for their double wedding in Billings in September of 1942.

Lovell…a look back in time

As Lovell’s downtown grows and gains new businesses thanks to the efforts of individual entrepreneurs and Lovell Inc., it might be instructive to remember a time when the