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Krystal and Bill Pulver each hold an Ice Rage frosty drink in their new Happily Grounded coffee stand this week. The new business on East Main in Lovell features more than 60 flavors of Italian sodas, smoothies, coffees and other drinks.
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New coffee/smoothie stand opens in Lovell

A new coffee stand offering a variety of hot and cold coffees, Italian sodas, smoothies and other frosty drinks opened its doors a little more than three weeks ago in Lovell. Happily Grounded, owned and operated by Bill and Krystal […]

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Szlemko files for Lovell Town Council

The self-described “Lovell town complainer and grumpy old man” has thrown his hat into the ring to seek a spot on the Lovell Town Council. Jim Szlemko, a frequent

Charri McArthur and Beau Green pose with their awards after being named the Lovell High School female and male athletes of the year during the LHS spring awards night Tuesday.
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LHS honors top athletes at spring awards night

Lovell High School honored athletes from the winter and spring sports seasons Tuesday night at the annual spring LHS Activity Awards Night. Athletic Director Joe Koritnik presided over the


Mustangs split home and season openers

The Lovell Mustangs opened the 2016 season with a solid effort against the Riverton Raiders at the Senior Baseball Field in Cowley Saturday, splitting a doubleheader. Riverton won the


Lovell sends 22 thinclads to State Track

Strong performances across the board led to a solid finish for the Lovell Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs at the 3A West Regional Track and Field Meet in Cody

Jack Brinkerhoff (center) accepts donation checks from Lovell Woman’s Club members Leslie McArthur (left) and Sylvia Crosby on behalf of Sylvia's sister Garnet Sorenson this week as a campaign kicks off to raise funds to replace the roof at the Hyart Theatre. 
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Fundraiser aims to replace leaking roof at the Hyart

The Hyart Theatre, know to some as the “Grand Ol’ Lady of Lovell,” needs a new roof. It’s as simple as that and Hyart board member Jack Brinkerhoff


From our files |Todd Crosby returns from Operation Desert Storm

100 Years Ago, April 28, 1916 The Cowley Weekly Progress With the stage set to produce the most telling political effect possible, with the lights dimmed to shroud in mystery the

Lovell volunteer firefighters Seth Mayes and Justin Workman work with Marvin Matthiesen of the forest service team on a major fire last week that burned for three days east of Lovell.
photo courtesy/Lovell Fire Department

Fire season in full force

A 135-acre fire that started last Thursday and burned for three days in the Five Springs Ranch area east of Lovell is a reminder that fire season is


Lovell thinclads battle the elements in Basin

It was a rather difficult week for track and field for the Lovell Bulldogs. Not only did about half the team miss or leave early from the Riverside


Origami winners announced in library contest

The Lovell Branch Library announced the winners of its origami contest on Monday, April 11. The contest was held as part of the library’s celebration of National Library