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Charles Wachob aims to serve Lovell and the surrounding communities with quick and efficient service through his newly formed heating, cooling and appliance repair business based in Cowley.
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New business promises quick service and competitive prices

Having heating, cooling or appliance problems? Call the Air Butler for quick service and competitive pricing. The new business, owned by Charles Wachob of Cowley, provides service, repairs and installation of heating and air systems, as well as repair service […]

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North Big Horn Hospital Director of Nursing Tina Toner (right) was surprised on Tuesday by a visit from nurse Nikki Brockle (left), who inspired Toner to enter the nursing field more than 20 years ago.
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Surprise visit reunites nurse with woman who inspired her

Tina Toner couldn’t have been more surprised Tuesday to be reunited with a nurse who inspired her to enter the nursing field more than 20 years ago. The

Bairco Construction was the general contractor for this new Zeller and Sons Honey processing building on the Cannery Road just west of the Wilson Brothers office. 
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Zellers closer to new honey operation on Cannery Road

After some 70 years at the farm west of Lovell, the Zeller and Sons Honey processing operation will be moving to a new building on the Cannery Road

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Chamber customer service award | VanKirk named for customer service award

North Big Horn Hospital employee Jenna VanKirk was presented with the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce Customer Service Award on Monday during the organization’s monthly luncheon meeting at

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Fire drill reveals good response, glitch

A Monday morning fire drill at Lovell Middle School revealed a staff well prepared to evacuate students but also a glitch in the school automatic signaling system. Principal Doug

The Mason family (l-r) Jack, Kristen, Rhett (on mom’s lap), Reid, Clark and Connor hosted a book drive to honor the short life of their loved one, Sara Kate, who died of a rare heart defect only five days after her birth.
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‘Stories for Sara’ book drive nets 251 new books for library

Community members opened their hearts and their pocketbooks during a month-long book drive held in September to honor the brief life of Sara Kate Mason, a baby who

Brandin’ Iron Restaurant co-owner Craig Trumbull (left) and Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce customer service award winner Lexi Rae Carabay (right) take great pride in the customer service provided by the restaurant’s staff and management.
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Chamber Customer Service Award | First recipient named for award

It was especially fitting that Lexi Rae Carabay of Lovell was the first local employee to be honored with the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce customer service award.

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Lovell Library’s book fair to begin

Books! Books! Books! The Lovell Library has them and the Friends of the Lovell Library Board wants readers to have them. Dates for the library book fair are

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From national to local races, voters head to the polls Tuesday

Voters in Big Horn County will go to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 8, to help elect a President, Wyoming’s lone member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Powell Ace Hardware retailers Jerry Jackson (left) and Brian Fischer (right) delivered $7,000 worth of Craftsman tools to Lovell resident Pam Felt after her name was drawn in a national contest.
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Lovell resident wins Ace Hardware contest

Pam Felt said she has been lucky in the past, but this time she really hit the jackpot, winning $7,000 worth of Craftsman brand tools through Ace Hardware’s