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Linda Hitz of Lovell hit a 300-pound black bear near the Rockvale cemetery in Montana, on Friday, Aug. 17, at around 9:30 p.m on her way home from a youth temple event in Billings.

Lovell resident hits bear on trip from Billings

It’s a good thing Linda Hitz said her prayers with her traveling companions before she left a youth temple camp in Billings Friday. Hitz was transporting five Lovell youth home from an LDS temple trip to Billings when she heard […]

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New passing law in effect in Wyoming

A new law that allows drivers to exceed the speed limit by up to 10 mph to pass a vehicle traveling under the speed limit on some two-lane

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Town of Byron’s new top cop has wide range of experience

As the new chief of police, John Wahl is the top cop for the Town of Byron, filling the “big shoes” of Chief Frankie Rohrer. He began work on

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Alleged reckless driving sends car over cliff

According to Big Horn County Sheriff Ken Blackburn, multiple calls to 911 alerted authorities to an alleged reckless driving incident that resulted in a 2010 Camaro careening off

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One arrest made in vehicle thefts

Thanks to a cooperative effort between the Lovell and Powell Police Departments one arrest has been made of a woman accused of a string of opportunistic thefts from

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Citizens discuss proposed door-to-door ordinance

The few citizens who turned out for Tuesday night’s meeting on a proposed ordinance to regulate door-to-door salesmen had some good questions for Chief of Police Nick Lewis,

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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

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Angell receives award

A judge once called him an “avenging angel” with a face like a “cherub,” but behind the badge Deputy Jeff Angell of the Big Horn County Sheriff’s department

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

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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