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Cowley historian Roland Simmons (left) chats with Jimmie Parker during the ceremony in Jimmie’s honor March 17 at the Cowley Museum.
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Cowley honors Jimmie Parker

Cowley citizens gathered at the Cowley Museum upstairs at the historic town hall to honor a man who has given much to the community, especially in the areas of historic preservation and veterans affairs. Jimmie Parker was honored Thursday evening, […]

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Debbie McConnaughey has opened a new retail shop at 63 E. Main Street in Lovell, offering unique gifts and handmade items for the home.
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New shop a dream come true for owner

If you’re looking for something new or different or a gift item for friends, family or for your own home, Dream Collections in Lovell may have what you’re

Rocky Mountain High School senior, Ashlei Carroll shows off some of the dresses that are now available for loan through the Prom Closet.
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Prom Closet offering dresses on loan

With prom night just around the corner in both school districts, a group spearheaded by Amber May is offering gently used, formal dresses, shoes, jewelry, purses, wraps and


Heart Mountain hosts refugee discussion

  The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation, in partnership with Wyoming PBS and the Wyoming Humanities Council and in collaboration with Northwest College, will explore immigration and refugee policy in

Debbie Wassmer is one of the volunteers who take turns overseeing the gift shop located at New Horizons Care Center.
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Care Center gift shop donates items to residents

Located inside North Big Horn Hospital and New Horizons Care Center there is a small gift shop, operated entirely by a group of dedicated volunteers. [caption id="attachment_11044" align="alignright" width="300"]

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NBHH receives five-star rating in patient survey

It isn’t every day that an organization can boast that it received top marks in every category of rating by its customers. It’s even more difficult for a


Sugar co-op wraps up ‘darn good’ campaign

The Western Sugar plant in Lovell wrapped up a longer than normal campaign this week, with the slicing of beets ending on Wednesday, March 2, and the process


More sheep transplanted to Ferris-Seminoe Mountains

On Saturday, a helicopter hovered over a herd of bighorn sheep in the Devil’s Canyon area. In a matter of seconds, a net dropped, capturing an unsuspecting ewe.


Committee to get creative with walking path design

The Lovell Walking Path Committee started focusing in on the design aspects of a planned path at Constitution Park, injecting some creative ideas into the process during the


New health curriculum for Lovell Middle School

A new health education program for Lovell Middle School students focuses on abstinence, healthy relationships, making good decisions and life skills. The new program was recommended by a