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Mustang Days fireworks get one last shot

The fireworks display at Horseshoe Bend that, for many years, has been a part of the Mustang Days celebration in Lovell may come to an end if those attending don’t reach a little deeper in their pockets with their donations. […]

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Bulldogs break school records at State Track

The Lovell Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs didn’t get to hoist a trophy following the State Track and Field Meet in Casper over the weekend as the


Scott Fink to speak at Memorial Day ceremonies

Local veterans who have made the ultimate sacrifice as well as all those who have served will be honored at special Memorial Day ceremonies next Monday, May


Rocky Mountain to present 27 diplomas Tuesday

Rocky Mountain High School will graduate 27 seniors at commencement ceremonies next Tuesday, May 26, at 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium.

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A painting by artist Harold Meadors, who will be featured in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area’s Artist in Residence program this Friday.  
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Harold Meadors will be painting the canyon

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area will be hosting the second of five Artists in Residence for the 2015 season May 18-28.

Harold Meadors has been an artist


Portable cutthroat spawning operation in Lovell

Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout were spawning in Lovell Tuesday morning. No, not in a local stream, but rather in the parking lot at the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation


O’Tremba honored with statewide leadership award

Stacey O’Tremba said she feels like she’s been given a gift. That gift is the ability to motivate, inspire and teach organizational skills to students who might


Lovell High School to graduate 48 Monday

Lovell High School will honor a class of 48 when the school holds its 96th annual commencement exercises for the Class of 2015 next Monday, May 18,


Town council votes to replace Chief Nick Lewis

With little fanfare and without comment, the Lovell Town Council unanimously voted to replace longtime Lovell Chief of Police Nick Lewis with an Arizona man during the


Board considers new building

A brand new elementary school building is one of five options on the table, as trustees and administrators for Big Horn County School District No. 2 face