All posts tagged Lovell Chronicle

David Peck

Our honor is your honor

“Your newspaper” has been judged the best small weekly in Wyoming for the second time in three years, and that makes us very proud, because producing a community newspaper is truly a team effort among our staff, our readers and […]

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North Big Horn Hospital

SLIB comes through

Hospital construction a go

CEO Rick Schroeder said he wasn’t about to take no for answer when he and his grant writing team at North Big Horn Hospital learned

A group of workers load timber onto an old Burlington Railroad car in this historic photo.
Courtesy photo

Building railroad memories

The Lovell-Kane Museum is about to embark on a journey to recreate railroad history for area residents. Using a $7,500 grant awarded last year by the BNSR Railway

Marissa Arnold and Mikaela Hocker get into a tussle over the ball with a Tongue River player during an earlier game hold on Jan. 3 at RMHS.

Rocky girls face tough competition

The Lady Grizz took on two tough teams this week, Big Horn in an away game on Friday and Wyoming Indian at home on Saturday. “The team knew it


Lady Bulldogs top Cody to open conference play

The Lovell Lady Bulldogs sit atop the 3A West with a 1-0 record after stopping the Cody Fillies in Cody last Tuesday night, 49-31. The team was off for

Bulldogs beat Rocky, Greybull, look strong in Douglas

On Monday, the Lovell Bulldogs were a tired bunch of wrestlers. After all, they’d just come off a stretch where they wrestled three duals in three days, then

Rocky Mountain senior Kirby Winland puts on a move against a pair of Tongue River defenders during Rocky’s 63-50 win on Jan. 3 in Cowley. The Grizzlies host the Wyoming Indian Chiefs Saturday afternoon.

Grizzlies 2-2 at Worland tournament

The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies had ups and downs during the Big Horn Basin Classic in Worland over the weekend though then generally played pretty well, coach Michael Simmons

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