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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 arrival of about 600 new queen bees this week. The annual task […]

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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

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What’s up with the old hospital site?

With the old hospital on 10th Street in Lovell razed last fall, work is progressing on the senior housing development, and as the process continues, a number of

A raging wildfire flares as firemen attempt to contain the blaze on the Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area Saturday. The fire blackened 1,500 acres.

Wildfire consumes 1,500 acres

A particularly large fire that burned about 1,500 acres in the Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area and numerous other fires started by controlled burns that went out-of-control due

Bridger Pederson and Landon Hatch examine a pelt shown by the U.S. Forest Service during the Lovell Earth Day Festival on April 20.

Earth Day Festival was a success, organizer says

The 2013 Lovell Earth Day Festival was a success, organizer Christy Fleming of the National Park Service said last week. “Make Every Day Earth Day” was the theme of

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Citizens express dislike for restricted open burning

Citizens approached the Lovell Town Council recently to express their concern about the reduced time for spring open burning in the town of Lovell. Aletha Durtsche and Arlene Collins

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Outdoor lifestyle lures Dr. Richard Jay to Lovell

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Case announces retirement at water meeting

Last Thursday’s Big Horn River System Issues Group meeting in Lovell was fairly routine but did contain one surprising announcement: Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area Supt. Jerry Case

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Earth Day celebration Saturday in Lovell

The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area will host this year’s Lovell Area Community Earth Day Festival to be held on Saturday at the Downtown Mural Park in Lovell.

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Goat takes a stroll down Main Street

A few days ago early morning on my way to town hall, in the middle of the road was a goat. He looked friendly enough and unlike the goat