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An excavator and front end loader work on Main Street in Lovell last week. A traffic detour is now in place from Pennsylvania to Shoshone as crews work their way west with the street repair and water and sewer line project.

Detours now in place on Main Street

The Lovell Main Street reconstruction and water and sewer project moved into Phase II Tuesday with traffic now being detoured north to Third Street from Pennsylvania to Shoshone after work wrapped up on the east end of Main Street with […]

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Efforts under way to control mosquitoes

Are mosquitoes biting you? Parks Manager Gary Emmett, overseeing the mosquito control program for the Town of Lovell, said his crews are trying to stay on top

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Public weighs in on 2014 Lovell Main Street Project

Merchants and business owners gathered at the Lovell Community Center Monday for a pair of meetings designed to continue the process of getting the word out

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Town of Lovell addresses replacement fee change

The Town of Lovell announced in a letter to utility customers this week that water and sewer replacement fees that over time are paying

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Early Trick or Treat Fun

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Pumpkin Fest Saturday

There will be lots of pumpkin and agriculture related fun this Saturday, Oct. 26, when the annual Pumpkin Festival takes place in Lovell. The day will begin with a

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Town, rec district to raise pool fees

It looks like fees are going up at the Lovell swimming pool. Acting on a recommendation from the Lovell Recreation Dept., the Lovell Town Council voted Tuesday night to

Barricades like this set at the road to Devil’s Canyon Overlook were erected Tuesday morning throughout the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area following the partial government shutdown in Washington, D.C., that caused most National Park Service employees to be furloughed.
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Budget impasse shuts down Bighorn Canyon NRA

The barricades went up Tuesday morning, sealing off the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area from visitors in the wake of the federal budget impasse that has caused federal

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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

Museum board members Rich Fink and Karen Spragg have some good-natured fun at the museum fundraiser while announcing winners of the silent auction items on Saturday, Aug. 17, at the Lovell Community Center. 
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Fundraiser nets more than $10K for Lovell-Kane Area Museum

[caption id="attachment_6696" align="alignright" width="326"] Museum board members Rich Fink and Karen Spragg have some good-natured fun at the museum fundraiser while announcing winners of the silent auction