Car careens into store front in 1967

25 Years Ago, May 21, 1992 The Lovell Chronicle The construction of a new lime processing plant north of Frannie was kicked off last Wednesday, May 13, with a groundbreaking ceremony at the site. The new lime plant, being constructed by Wyoming Lime Producers, will...
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Former Chronicle editor Moats receives rare award

Former Lovell Chronicle news editor Bruce T. Moats, who now represents Wyoming newspapers in legal efforts to maintain open access to government meetings and activities, was named the winner of the Milton Chilcott Award during the 118th Wyoming Press Association Winter Convention in Cheyenne. This...
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Chronicle staff brings home many awards

The staff of the Lovell Chronicle brought home numerous awards from the 118th Wyoming Press Association Annual Winter Convention held at Little America in Cheyenne over the weekend. Chronicle staffers received 16 individual Pacemaker Awards for excellence in a variety of categories. Reporter Patti Carpenter...
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As we close out the year in anticipation of 2017, here is our look back at the top stories of 2016: 1 The topic of greatest interest in 2016, unquestionably, was the election. While it was a relatively quiet election for state and county offices,...
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Drue

Drue should be writing this. That’s the first thing I thought when I sat down to write about our longtime Cowley correspondent, a lovely, kind and talented lady, Drue Tebbs-Meek. If a cowboy can be said to have died with his boots on, Drue probably...
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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 project was expressed as various...
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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 special float in the parade created for them by family members. The Haskells have lived in the community...
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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 in our community for our annual celebration. This is showoff week for our town, a time to kick...
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