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Search continues for missing Utah boy on South Fork

A search for a missing 9-year-old Utah boy with family ties to north Big Horn County continued this week after the boy was swept away and is presumed to have drowned in the Upper South Fork of the Shoshone River […]

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Fisheries biologist Mark Smith (back of room) talks to the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce about re-establishing the Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout during the chamber’s general membership meeting Monday. Patti Carpenter photo

G&F proposes cutthroat trout reintroduction for Porcupine Creek

A proposal to reintroduce the Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout to the Porcupine Creek drainage in the Big Horn National Forest above Porcupine Falls was the topic of a presentation

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TCT negotiates with Billings, drops Casper’s KTWO

TCT customers noticed Jan. 1 that they were still able to get ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC network stations out of Billings, but no longer have ABC out

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Cowley town council ponders animal ordinance

Christy Vaughn Miller wants her girls to be able to walk their sheep down Main Street in her community of Cowley. Although that may sound odd to someone

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South water and sewer project begins Monday

It may be fall, but as long as the weather holds, Wilson Brothers Construction will go full steam ahead with the South Phase of the Lovell water and

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Senior housing subdivision plat approved

Reacting to a recommendation from the Lovell Planning and Zoning Commission and believing that concerns expressed about the design of the project could be mitigated, the Lovell Town

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Museum fundraiser Sat.

An evening of lively entertainment and home style cooking is planned for the Lovell-Kane Area Museum fundraiser to be held Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Lovell Community Center,

Members of the Lovell Police Dept. and three other law enforcement agencies gathered at the North Big Horn County Annex for a 9/11 flag ceremony Sunday morning commemorating a display featuring a flag (pictured above) carried into battle by Airman Stuart Yates on 9/11/10 over Afghanistan. Officers Randy Davis and Matt Koritnik take down the existing flag at the annex.

Combat flag in Lovell

A solemn and meaningful ceremony was held at the Lovell Police Dept. Sunday morning in honor of the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and of those serving

Wilson Brothers get SE project

Finally, after months and months of planning, engineering, negotiating, document swapping, easement work, meetings, bidding and financial magic, the long-awaited South Phase of the Lovell Water and Sewer

Weeds: growing concern

If the weeds in your yard are out of control, don’t be surprised if a Lovell police officer pays you a visit. It’s the law in Lovell that