All posts tagged Lovell Chronicle


Support shown for water tower during community forum

From firemen and hospital employees to average citizens, strong support was expressed for a proposed water tower on the upper bench above Lovell during a well-attended public forum Tuesday night. A few questions were asked, but no opposition to the […]

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Heated meeting held in Byron amid questions of mayor’s authority

A tense and emotional special meeting of the Byron Town Council with several heated exchanges involving council challenges to the mayor’s authority Monday night was recessed with

Marilyn and Thales Haskell

Haskells named Mustang Days parade marshals

Two pillars of the community, Thales and Marilyn Haskell, have been named the honorary marshals of this year’s Mustang Days parade. The two will ride on a


Let’s enjoy, and support, Mustang Days

Welcome one and all to Mustang Days 2015. Welcome to visiting family members and friends, class reunion attendees, visitors from afar or anyone else who has arrived

Nash Jolley

Pure inspiration, pure confidence, pure Nash

Nineteen-year-old Nash Jolley was born with profound hearing loss but he doesn’t let it define him. As far as he is concerned, the sky is the limit


Rael enjoying G&F Commission role

A local man passionate about hunting and fishing said this week he is very much enjoying his new position as a member of the Wyoming Game and

World War II veteran Frank Wilkerson participates in Monday’s Memorial Day service in Cowley.
Ana Baird photo

65 years: Frank Wilkerson enjoys many years of veterans’ services

Sixty-five years is a long time to do anything, let alone something on a volunteer basis. But that’s about how long Lovell veteran Frank Wilkerson has served his community

George Preis

Local singer Preis invited to practice with Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Longtime Lovell resident and retired music instructor George Preis has been invited to participate in a rehearsal with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Utah on Dec. 18. He


Committee continues to look at alternative Medicaid expansion

As an estimated 18,000 uninsured residents continue to put pressure on medical providers in Wyoming, especially the state’s rural hospitals, as members of the Joint House Labor, Health


Sports Preview

Bulldogs and Grizz back at it for 2014-2015 winter season. Check out the full preview in our print edition.

[caption id="attachment_9590" align="alignright" width="169"] Rocky Mountain junior point guard Cole Wambeke