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Lovell fourth-grader Kathryn Mickelson heads into the designated crossing zone on Shoshone Avenue in Lovell Tuesday afternoon as S&L Industrial employee and crossing guard Desaree Wimmler looks on.
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Main Street businesses roll with the punches

It’s been a challenging summer for Lovell Main Street businesses with the dust, noise and disruption of the Main Street reconstruction and water and sewer project, but as the project finally moves west of the central business district, business owners […]

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Recent University of Wyoming graduate Lauren Carlisle of Lovell poses with children in her class during her early childhood education internship in Nepal this summer.

UW Student from Lovell gains skills, perspective in Nepal

[caption id="attachment_8993" align="alignright" width="300"] Recent University of Wyoming graduate Lauren Carlisle of Lovell poses with children in her class during her early childhood education internship in Nepal

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New Methodist pastor: Jim Barth shares God’s grace and love

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When asked what the focus of his ministry is, Jim Barth, recently appointed pastor of the Lovell United Methodist Church,

Construction workers put the finishing touches on the new multi-purpose room at Lovell High School this week. The project is expected to be complete ahead of schedule, which will be in a few weeks.
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Lovell schools set to open doors to students on Tuesday

[caption id="attachment_8956" align="alignright" width="428"] Construction workers put the finishing touches on the new multi-purpose room at Lovell High School this week. The project is expected to be

Several local law enforcement officers have accepted the ALS Challenge, raising money for the ALS Association. Here, a front-end loader dumps water on Lovell Police Dept. officers and dispatchers (l-r) Officer Jared Knudsen, Dispatcher Jennifer Massey, Chief Nick Lewis, Officer Kris Brimhall and Sgt. Noe Garcia. In the ALS Challenge, those challenged can accept the ice bucket challenge, make a donation to ALS or do both.
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Law Enforcement Challenged

[caption id="attachment_8960" align="alignnone" width="337"] Several local law enforcement officers have accepted the ALS Challenge, raising money for the ALS Association. Here, a front-end loader dumps water on

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Head Start programs move into new facility on Main in Lovell

[caption id="attachment_8984" align="alignright" width="476"] Absaroka Head Start staff members pose in the new facility at 384 E. Main in Lovell. Pictured are (l-r) aide Holly Englert, teacher

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Voters soundly defeat museum district

Voters in North Big Horn County on Tuesday rejected the formation of a museum district that would have supported the proposed North Big Horn County Museum

Felix Carrizales

Carrizales tops ticket in commissioner race

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After 16 years, there will be a new commissioner for Big Horn County with longtime commissioner Keith Grant losing out to

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Lovell schools prepare for Sept. 2 opening with meetings

Students return to school today (Thursday) at Rocky Mountain schools in Cowley, but the first day of school is still nearly two weeks away at Lovell

Susan Peck

Peck takes part in Wyoming Council for Women’s Issues

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Sessions on subjects like “Working within your own Community,” “Networking,” “Women in Politics” and “Strategic Planning” were hot topics for discussion