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Popular hanging flower baskets enter third year

A program to spread color the length of Main Street in Lovell was so successful last year that organizers are hoping for even bigger and better results this year. When the Lovell water and sewer infrastructure and Main Street repair […]

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North Big Horn Hospital CEO Rick Schroeder and hospital board member Linda NeVille admire the view of the mountains from the new physical therapy department that is currently under construction.
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A moment in time

North Big Horn Hospital district has an eye on the future with expansion of its clinic and physical therapy departments, so it only seems appropriate to plant a

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AG declines to rule on Byron mayoral power; repairs to Rec site also stir strong discussions

A plea for the council to use microphones, an argument about paying for repairs at the Rec Center and a letter from the state attorney general declining to

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Crucial walking path meeting Thursday

Local citizens interested in the formation of a walking/bike path system for the Lovell community are urged to attend what organizer Christy Fleming is calling a critical meeting

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‘The Revenant’ writer lived in Lovell as a lad

The smash hit movie “The Revenant,” which on Jan. 10 won a Golden Globe award for best picture in the drama category and was later nominated for 12

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Town makes progress on recycling, but questions remain

The Lovell recycling program is still in limbo, but progress was made Tuesday night during a presentation and ensuing discussion about the program’s future at the Lovell Town

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Byron mayor files injunction against council

Byron Mayor Heidi Brightly, challenging “the validity and legality” of a revised ordinance limiting mayoral authority “to make appointments or to remove persons from appointed positions,” aims to

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Senator Barrasso brings message of encouragement to Rocky students

U.S. Senator John Barrasso delivered a simple message to the students of Rocky Mountain Middle/High School on Tuesday afternoon during a special assembly held on campus: Every student

Municipalities face uncertain fiscal future

With the State of Wyoming facing falling revenues in the wake of low oil and natural gas prices and declining coal production, Wyoming cities and towns are trying

Nothing short of a Christmas miracle

Sixty-seven-year-old Ramon Luna of Lovell received a special gift of life on Christmas Day -- a healthy kidney. Luna who suffers from kidney damage that resulted from several