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Search and Rescue Council reimburses $164k to counties

The Wyoming Search and Rescue Council met May 30 in Riverton to consider 12 county sheriffs’ requests for reimbursements for search and rescue costs. The council approved $163,856.73 in eligible mission costs. Wyoming Search and Rescue funds are predominately provided […]

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Kids enjoy the 2010 Mustang Days parade

Schedule set for 2013 Mustang Days

There’s a familiar lineup in store for those attending Mustang Days 2013 as the annual celebration kicks off in Lovell June 25. The celebration has returned to its familiar

Bighorn Canyon NRA Chief Interpretive Ranger Christy Fleming chats with seasonal interpreter John Kissner at the Cal S. Taggart Visitor Center last week.

Campfire programs begin NPS staff gears up for summer season

The staff at the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area has been gearing up for the 2013 season and will begin weekly campfire programs this Saturday, June 1, Chief


Circus in Byron Sunday among summer events

A cornucopia of events aimed at providing a summerful of entertainment for all comers includes the annual Byron Days celebration in July as well as numerous other attractions


Rod and Gun Club to hold Public Appreciation Day

The Lovell Rod and Gun Club is planning two events in June. June 1 will be a Public Appreciation Day from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Lunch will


Lovell, Wyoming…Get Real is new marketing brand for community

After 3½ months of brainstorming and refining, a group working on a brand for the Lovell community has come up with a catchy slogan to move forward with: Get


Memorial Day services planned

Local veterans will be honored at Memorial Day services scheduled for Monday, May 27. The services honoring men and women who served their country will begin at 8


U.S. 14A seasonal road opening scheduled for Monday

The annual spring opening of U.S. 14A east of Lovell is scheduled for noon, Monday, May 20. “We’ve got a few rocks to remove from the roadway, guardrail to fix and

A beekeeper from Queen Bee Gardens gets ready to transfer a newly arrived queen to a colony after inserting a candy cork in the right side of her cage.

Queen bees arrive ready to replenish bee population

All hail the queen! At least that’s what the beekeepers at the Zeller family honey producing operation are hoping some of their worker bees will do upon the


Yellowtail fire affects wildlife habitat

A recent wildfire on the Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area northeast of Lovell that burned approximately four miles of cottonwood riparian habitat and wetlands along the Shoshone River