All posts tagged Lovell

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A proud history of infrastructure work; Wilson and Dickson look back on water and sewer project

On Wednesday, Oct. 8, a Wilson Brothers Construction crew prepared to place the last pipe in the ground on Main Street in Lovell – the last of thousands in recent years. In this case, it was the final new fire […]

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Dumping for free starts next week

The Town of Lovell and the Lovell Police Dept. are jointly coordinating a town cleanup event Oct. 15 through Nov. 1. Residents can pick up coupons for

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Health Fair set for this weekend in Lovell

Health information booths, blood screening results, flu shots and more will highlight the 2014 Lovell Community Health Fair this year. The event will take place on

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Alzheimer’s event exceeds expectations

[caption id="attachment_9118" align="alignright" width="180"] Joanne Knapp, of Powell, and Debbie Ward, of Lovell, take a few laps on the walking path during the Alzheimer’s Association fundraiser.[/caption]

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Offer made to purchase TCT

If all goes according to plan, closing on the sale of TCT to Meeteetse/Burlington resident Neil Schlenker will be Dec. 21.

TCT Board of Director Chairman

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Main Street detour moves to Kansas

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The Lovell Main Street Project has finally made the big jump. After weeks at Montana Avenue, the east detour has

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday

The North Big Horn Senior Center is sponsoring a “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” this Saturday, Sept. 20, from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Center, located

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Extreme Weight Loss show filming in downtown Lovell on Sept. 20 

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A one-block area of Main Street between Nevada and Oregon will be cordoned off for a few hours on Saturday, Sept.

Lovell Fire Chief Jim Minchow (right) checks out the scene on U.S. 14A 25 miles east of Lovell Tuesday morning where this tanker truck hauling latex crashed into the side of the mountain after its brakes failed. The crash caused the highway to be closed during the initial investigation and also overnight. David Peck photo

Tanker truck crashes, spilling latex and closing highway

A tanker truck hauling some 5,500 to 6,000 gallons of liquid latex crashed and rolled about 25 miles east of Lovell on U.S. 14A on the face of

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Museum board to move forward

The effort to build a museum in Lovell is moving ahead.

After appearing before both the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Board Monday and the Lovell