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The Main Street reconstruction and water and sewer project started on Monday, with work commencing at the west end of Main Street to remove the median strip in preparation for replacing the irrigation water drain that crosses Main at Great Western Avenue.
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Work under way on Lovell Main Street Project

Work on the Lovell Streets summer Main Street reconstruction and water and sewer project started Monday, with work commencing at the west end of Main Street to remove the median strip in preparation for replacing the irrigation water drain that […]

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Grad Night Out committee leaders Georgette Lewis and Colleen Tippetts were named Citizens of the Year at the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce annual awards banquet, held on Friday, April 11.
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Lewis, Tippetts honored for service to Grad Night Out

Outstanding Citizens

[caption id="attachment_8114" align="aligncenter" width="292"] Grad Night Out committee leaders Georgette Lewis and Colleen Tippetts were named Citizens of the Year at the Lovell Area Chamber

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Lovell Main Street project to begin Monday

The long-anticipated Lovell Streets Project in downtown Lovell will begin Monday, April 21, state and local officials announced this week. Town engineer Andrew Mattie of DOWL HKM Engineering

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Public asked to take online economic development survey

Lovell Inc. Economic Development is seeking the public’s assistance in the completion of a strategic plan for economic development in the form of an online survey.

Larry Slater, owner of Big Horn Engraving, was honored with the Trailblazer Award at the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce awards banquet held on Friday, April 11.
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Thirty years of innovation and expansion marks Slater’s Big Horn Engraving

Trailblazer Award

[caption id="attachment_8113" align="alignright" width="189"] Larry Slater, owner of Big Horn Engraving, was honored with the Trailblazer Award at the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce awards

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Cat in the Hat pays visit to LES

Students at Lovell Elementary School were in for a treat when one of their favorite storybook characters, the “Cat in the Hat,” paid a visit to their school

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Fink gives historic Shoshone Bar a fresh, new look and feel

  [caption id="attachment_7774" align="aligncenter" width="390"] Dave Fink poses proudly at the new bar in the Shoshone Bar, part of the four-month extensive renovation he made at the establishment

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Forest Service to keep Burgess Junction closed as visitor center

Bighorn National Forest officials updated the commissioners on their Greybull building project, Burgess Junction visitor center and more at the Feb. 18 commissioner meeting. The

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North Big Horn Hospital District’s quest to be the best

  [caption id="attachment_7768" align="aligncenter" width="458"] Nurses Wendy Wilkerson and Beth Zollman take patient Pansy Buckman’s vitals during a recent hospital stay.
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Anfesa Galaktionoff had a lifelong love of horses. From the time she was a child, many experienced horsemen and women recognized her natural ability to work with horses and helped her develop those skills at various times in her life. 
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Remembering Anfesa

A young life cut short in tragic factory accident