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Minnie Gams

Gams celebrates 93 years

Numerous friends and family members helped Herminia “Minnie” Gams celebrate her 93rd birthday on Feb. 11. Gams has lived in north Big Horn County for all of her 93 years. She moved to Lovell around 20 years ago, after living […]

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Lovell hosts 3A West wrestling tournament

For the second year in a row Lovell and the LHS Johnny Winterholler Gym will be a beehive of activity this weekend as the Lovell hosts the

New Horizons Care Center residents Pauline Coulston (left) and Diane Conley enjoy listening to some old-fashioned country tunes during a special performance by the Bar J Wranglers at the Care Center on Friday.
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Bar J Wranglers bring music and laughter

[caption id="attachment_9953" align="aligncenter" width="454"] The Bar J Wranglers (l-r) Tim Hodgson, Scott Humphrey, Danny Rogers and Bryan Humphrey perform their unique brand of music, stand up comedy

Dr. Richard Jay, Chief of Staff at North Big Horn Hospital, answers questions about heart healthy habits at a special event celebrating “healthy heart” day held at the New Horizons Care Center on Thursday, Feb. 12.
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NBHH staff offers healthy tips for the heart

[caption id="attachment_9952" align="alignright" width="209"] Dr. Richard Jay, Chief of Staff at North Big Horn Hospital, answers questions about heart healthy habits at a special event celebrating “healthy

Quilters (l-r) Pauline Coulston, Donna Irwin and Carol Mangus are raffling off a fun Dalmatian-themed quilt to raise money to purchase a new sewing machine for the New Horizons Care Center quilting group.
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Care Center quilters hold raffle to buy sewing machine

[caption id="attachment_9951" align="alignright" width="310"] Quilters (l-r) Pauline Coulston, Donna Irwin and Carol Mangus are raffling off a fun Dalmatian-themed quilt to raise money to purchase a new

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Sports Wrap-up: Feb. 19

Lady Bulldog defeat Burlington in final game By Sam Smith Mikkel McIntosh poured in 21 points for the Lovell High School freshman girls basketball squad in a 45-32 win over

Representative Elaine Harvey

Health care issues still a hot topic in the legislature

Note: This is the entire story; the overflow from the front page is missing in our printed edition. Medicaid expansion is dead, but that doesn’t mean looking out for the uninsured

Bob Doerr greets his sister-in-law Lorece Doerr during Saturday night’s birthday celebration at Big Horn Federal. Lorece came all the way from St. George, Utah, for the big event.
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Doerr kids celebrate father’s 90th

For Bob Doerr, the big surprise didn’t turn out to be the what but rather the who.

[caption id="attachment_9902" align="alignright" width="279"] Gathering with Bob and Hazel Doerr

This 28-foot mural now adorns one wall in the Lovell Elementary School Library featuring a cast of book characters from a librarian and the Cat in the Hat (right) to the Big Friendly Giant thanks to the talent of artist Ronda Schroeder (left).
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Book characters come to life on LES mural

[caption id="attachment_9900" align="aligncenter" width="300"] This 28-foot mural now adorns one wall in the Lovell Elementary School Library featuring a cast of book characters from a librarian and

Colton Wardell of Rocky Mountain High School and Cole Moncur of Lovell High School show off a plaque won by their team at the Newcastle High School Speech and Debate Tournament held in Newcastle on Feb. 6-7.
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Speech and debate team takes first at Newcastle

[caption id="attachment_9899" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Colton Wardell of Rocky Mountain High School and Cole Moncur of Lovell High School show off a plaque won by their team at