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Be Smart, Be Safe program Monday

Be Smart, Be Safe Monday, Oct. 15, 6 p.m. Lovell Community Center Police Chief Nick Lewis will talk about child safety. Open to all Parents and their children There will be time for questions and refreshments served  

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Police warn elderly residents about telephone scams

Lovell Police Chief Nick Lewis issued a “heads up” to elderly residents in the community this week to be on alert for calls from people they don’t know

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Longtime officer Frankie Rohrer honored Friday in Byron

With an overall total of nearly 50 years in law enforcement under his gunbelt, Frankie Rohrer will retire as chief of the Byron Police Department on Friday, June

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New Byron chief sworn in

[caption id="attachment_3741" align="alignright" width="242" caption="Jeff Noall was sworn in as the new Byron police chief and Donna Booth took the oath of deputy clerk on Thursday, May 24th."]

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Criminal activity reflects signs of the times

Law enforcement officials saw the effects of a struggling economy and the arrival of sophisticated computer technology, used to both commit and combat crimes, on the rise in

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Door-to-door salesman meeting

The Town of Lovell and the Lovell Police Dept. are considering a new ordinance regulating door-to-door salesmen, and they are seeking citizen input on the proposal in the

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Game warden looks into suspicious death of horse

A horse belonging to Sarah Wilkerson was found dead with what she thought appeared to be bite wounds on the front of its neck in a pasture located

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Sheriff’s employee to be charged

Big Horn County Sheriff Ken Blackburn announced this week that a sheriff’s dept. employee has been placed on administrative suspension as the result of an investigation into the

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Angell receives award

A judge once called him an “avenging angel” with a face like a “cherub,” but behind the badge Deputy Jeff Angell of the Big Horn County Sheriff’s department

Town mulls how to regulate salesmen

Few people like to be bothered by door-to-door salesmen, but most of us probably don’t mind – and even relish – a visit by a member of the