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Winner of the Big Horn Canyon Triathlon, Ladell Merritt, races toward the staging area on his bicycle on Saturday, July 19, at Horseshoe Bend.

Lower than expected turnout for triathlon didn’t hamper fun

The annual Big Horn Canyon Triathlon took place on Saturday in conjunction with the Big Horn Lake Celebration at Horseshoe Bend. Triathletes of all experience levels swam, biked and ran the scenic course for the fifth year in a row. […]

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Patti Carpenter
An excavator and front end loader work on Main Street in Lovell last week. A traffic detour is now in place from Pennsylvania to Shoshone as crews work their way west with the street repair and water and sewer line project.

Detours now in place on Main Street

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An excavator and front end loader work on Main Street in Lovell last week. A traffic detour is now in

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Free boat rides Saturday at lake celebration

The lake is full, the weather is predicted to be perfect, and all area residents and visitors are invited to come to Horseshoe Bend Saturday for the

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Donna Holder, right and her daughter Denise Andersen took a trip to Ireland four years ago to enjoy their time together, following Holder’s battle with breast cancer.

The Relay for Life: One survivor’s story: Family, friends and faith source of strength for survivor

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Donna Holder, right and her daughter Denise Andersen took a trip to Ireland four years ago to enjoy their time

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The Jameson family – (l-r) Mike, Cristy, Michael and Stormy – pose next to a piece of equipment at Better Body Fitness Monday. The family recently purchased the fitness center from Chad and Lindsay Lindsay, Kevin Walker and Jodi Lindsay.

Jamesons purchase Better Body Fitness

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The Jameson family – (l-r) Mike, Cristy, Michael and Stormy – pose next to a piece of equipment at Better

Patti Carpenter
Archaeologist Chris Finley gives a unique lecture about the importance of garbage to a group of students at Rocky Mountain High School on July 8 as part of a summer program teaching the students to appreciate the historical story told through items left behind.

Project Archaelogist brings life to artifacts for summer school students

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Archaeologist Chris Finley gives a unique lecture about the importance of garbage to a group of students at Rocky Mountain

Peter Chidsey

Peter Chidsey, 76, passed away on March 6, 2014, at the Powell Valley Care Center hospice unit. Memorial services will be held Friday, July 25, 2014, at 1 p.m.

Efforts under way to control mosquitoes

Are mosquitoes biting you? Parks Manager Gary Emmett, overseeing the mosquito control program for the Town of Lovell, said his crews are trying to stay on top

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Malinda Vivian Beaulieu Graham

Aug. 23 1964 - June 5, 2014

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Brendon Taylor Laird

April 30, 1996 – June 6, 2014