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Bill Miller

Miller is Mustang Days parade marshal

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Longtime Lovell businessman Bill Miller, has been named parade marshal for the Mustang Days parade. Miller will appear in the parade

Due to extreme damage caused by vehicles parking outside of the designated parking lots in the Horseshoe Bend area, parking will be limited for the fireworks this year and the road into the area will be blocked once the lots are filled to capacity.
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Parking is limited, so come early to enjoy the fireworks

The National Park Service is cautioning those planning to attend the fireworks at Horseshoe Bend on Saturday night, June 28, that the availability of parking will be

Welcome to Mustang Days!

Welcome to Mustang Days!

By David Peck

The trap shoot is finished and the first performance of the Mustang Follies took place Wednesday night, but there is plenty

Jack and Barb Marchant

Marchants named 2014 Senior Center VIPs

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North Big Horn Senior Center Director Denise Andersen refers to them as her “army of angels,” a tireless group

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Schedule set for 2014 Mustang Days celebration

Sporting brand new outfits, Rose City Rockettes (l-r) Ashton May, Bekka Schroeder and Maddison Baxendale kick up their heels to the tune of "One" during the Mustang Days Follies Tuesday night at the Hyart. (June 23, 2011 photo)

Past, Present and Future: Mustang Days starts Monday

Mustang Days 2012 with the theme Past, Present and Future, begins Monday, and organizers are putting the finishing touches on what they believe will be a celebration worth


A fun and busy Mustang Days

It’s a wrap!

The 2011 Mustang Days celebration came and went like a Wyoming twister, touching down with a whirlwind of activity and leaving most people in

Tupelo Kenyon (left) and Janey Wing Kenyon, the animated musical duo that is Laughing Birds, played to a large crowd at the Lovell Community Center Monday. Their show was a unique blend of comedic tunes and serious songs, with each of the players switching between a variety of instruments and singing in harmony.  The duo met in Kodiak, Alaska in the mid-1970s and have been performing and recording together since 1978.  “Music is for sharing. A song is useless and worthless unless someone hears it,” according to the band’s mission statement. “As songwriters, it matters to us that this music is heard. This is our passion, our purpose, our primary mission…Our main objective is to share music that matters with people who care..” Visit for more information.

Laughing Birds

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Follies 2011 at the Hyart

Mustang Follies 2011 at the Hyart Theatre [gallery