Lovell boys second at regional cross country meet

Strong performances by the team’s top three boys propelled the Lovell Bulldogs to a solid second-place finish at the Class 2A West Regional cross-country meet at the Legion Country Club in Thermopolis Friday. Lovell placed second behind regional champion Wyoming Indian and ahead of third-place...
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Bulldogs win come-from-behind nail-biter

Friday night’s homecoming game against the Thermopolis Bobcats was a thriller for the Lovell Bulldogs – at least for their fans. For coaches, it was more of a hair-pulling affair, especially in the first half. By the time the homecoming royalty was introduced at halftime,...
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A look at Wyoming’s online public school

Online learning isn’t for everyone, but for some, it’s not only a great alternative but it’s also the best option to meet their learning needs, said Wyoming Connections Academy Principal Ben Kolb. Connections Academy is a tuition-free, virtual public school, serving students in grades K–12...
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Homecoming continues at Lovell, Rocky

It’s already been a busy week at Lovell High School and Rocky Mountain High School as both are celebrating homecoming with a variety of activities, culminating with home football games this Friday, Oct. 11. “Kick the Cats” is the theme of the Lovell High School...
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Lovell High is ranked as one of the best

Motivated students, great teachers, good leaders and a supportive community have won Lovell High School national recognition as one of the best performing schools in the country. The U. S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, officially recognized Lovell High School as a National Blue Ribbon...
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Lovell to move back to Class 3A

The Lovell Bulldogs are moving back to Class 3A for all sports except football, the Wyoming High School Activities Association announced recently. Lovell Athletic Director Joe Koritnik confirmed the move Tuesday, noting that Lyman, currently competing in 3A, is projected to drop below not only...
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Lovell Elementary steps up to help Colorado schools

Lovell Elementary School is raising funds to help fellow elementary school students in Colorado who have been affected by recent torrential rains and flooding. Helping students in Lyons and/or Laporte, Colo., is the brainchild of third-grader Natalie Hall, who enlisted the help of her friend,...
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Anderson missing working with special ed kids

There was something very special about working with special education students for Jerry Anderson. The veteran of 18 years teaching in both School Districts One and Two who retired this spring said he’s glad he chose to go into special education because of the unique...
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