All posts tagged People

Gary and Friends by Jaci Hooper

Hooper book signing Saturday in Cody

Lovell author Jaci Hooper will sign copies of her newly published children’s book “Gary” from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 23, at Mountain High Health Foods in Cody. “Gary” is about a little boy who gets into the […]

Continue Reading...
VeteransDay

Veterans Day program Monday

Local veterans and the North Big Horn Senior Center are joining forces once again to host the annual Veterans Day Ceremony at noon next Monday, Nov. 11, at

Hyart

Hyart theater-goers invited to participate in documentary this Saturday 

Anyone with memories or opinions of Lovell’s Hyart Theatre is invited to share them in a documentary project being filmed at the iconic theater Saturday, Oct. 26. A film

HealthFairgraphic

Lovell Health Fair set for this weekend

A car show, wellness booths, blood screening results, flu shots and more will highlight the 2013 Lovell Community Health Fair this year. The event will

File graphic

Effort to raise beer tax fails in committee

[caption id="attachment_6843" align="alignright" width="82"] File graphic[/caption] An effort to increase Wyoming’s lowest-in-the-nation beer tax was narrowly defeated by the Joint Revenue Committee during a meeting last week, much

“It Grapes me to be so Impeared” is the title of this oil painting by Byron artist Denny NeVille. It’s one work from a retrospective exhibit on NeVille’s career that opens Tuesday, Sept. 24, at Northwest Gallery in Powell.
Courtesy photo

Retrospective of E. Denney NeVille’s work opens Sept. 24  

[caption id="attachment_6822" align="alignright" width="222"] Denny NeVille in his studio.
Courtesy photo[/caption] A lifetime of art will be displayed when “E. Denney NeVille - Painter” opens Tuesday, Sept. 24,

Natalie Hall (left) and Ashlee Pitt pose with the donations jar near the Lovell Elementary School office Tuesday. The two are leading a project to raise funds for schools damaged by flooding recently in Colorado.
David Peck photo

Lovell Elementary steps up to help Colorado schools

[caption id="attachment_6823" align="aligncenter" width="486"] Natalie Hall (left) and Ashlee Pitt pose with the donations jar near the Lovell Elementary School office Tuesday. The two are leading a

LPD Officers Noe Garcia and Roger Haney

Garcia and Haney win Valor Award for saving children

[caption id="attachment_6833" align="alignright" width="365"] LPD Officers Noe Garcia and Roger Haney[/caption] On Sept. 11, Sergeant Noe Garcia of the Lovell Police Dept. and Deputy Roger Haney of the Big

Justin Durtsche, a captain in the Wyoming National Guard, walks toward a  Black Hawk helicopter he is piloting this week as part of the Charlie Med unit that was activated on Sunday to provide air medical evacuation support to victims stranded in flood zones in Colorado.
Courtesy photo

Lovell natives help others in Colorado flood zone

[caption id="attachment_6824" align="alignright" width="206"] Justin Durtsche, a captain in the Wyoming National Guard, walks toward a Black Hawk helicopter he is piloting this week as part of

File photo

Lovell tops ‘young families’ ratings list

Lovell has been named the “Best Town in Wyoming for Young Families” by the business website NerdWallet.com. The site, which provides news, information and ratings on finance, investing, education,