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Patti Carpenter
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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Free boat rides Saturday at lake celebration

The lake is full, the weather is predicted to be perfect, and all area residents and visitors are invited to come to Horseshoe Bend Saturday for the

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Donna Holder, right and her daughter Denise Andersen took a trip to Ireland four years ago to enjoy their time together, following Holder’s battle with breast cancer.

The Relay for Life: One survivor’s story: Family, friends and faith source of strength for survivor

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Donna Holder, right and her daughter Denise Andersen took a trip to Ireland four years ago to enjoy their time

David Peck
The Jameson family – (l-r) Mike, Cristy, Michael and Stormy – pose next to a piece of equipment at Better Body Fitness Monday. The family recently purchased the fitness center from Chad and Lindsay Lindsay, Kevin Walker and Jodi Lindsay.

Jamesons purchase Better Body Fitness

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The Jameson family – (l-r) Mike, Cristy, Michael and Stormy – pose next to a piece of equipment at Better

Patti Carpenter
Archaeologist Chris Finley gives a unique lecture about the importance of garbage to a group of students at Rocky Mountain High School on July 8 as part of a summer program teaching the students to appreciate the historical story told through items left behind.

Project Archaelogist brings life to artifacts for summer school students

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Archaeologist Chris Finley gives a unique lecture about the importance of garbage to a group of students at Rocky Mountain

Inez Ontiveroz and Norm Opp

Ontiveroz and Opp honored for service to NBHH District

[caption id="attachment_8784" align="aligncenter" width="288"] Inez Ontiveroz and Norm Opp[/caption] Inez Ontiveroz and Norm Opp were recently recognized and honored for their many years of service and dedication as

Dr. Richard Jones

Local optometrist retires after 33 years in Lovell

[caption id="attachment_8780" align="aligncenter" width="429"] Dr. Richard Jones is retiring after 33 years of business in Lovell and Cody. He has sold the business to Jacob Despain.
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LPD officer severely injured in accident near causeway

A well-known member of the Lovell Police Dept., Phil Angell, was severely injured in a one-vehicle rollover accident on Saturday near the causeway at the foot of the

Bonnie Bates and AJ Dickson check out the new Marathon Oil exhibit at the Byron Memorial Park recently. The park, which honors Byron’s history and military veterans, is now complete for all to enjoy.

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Byron Memorial Park project complete

[caption id="attachment_8770" align="aligncenter" width="417"] Bonnie Bates and AJ Dickson check out the new Marathon Oil exhibit at the Byron Memorial Park recently. The park, which honors Byron’s

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