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Improving recycling in Lovell 

The Lovell Community Recycling Program had its first meeting on January 15 to brainstorm ideas to improve the town of Lovell’s current recycling program. Did you know that the Lovell community saved 125,000 pounds of recycling from the landfill in […]

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Jen Schneider

Schneider honored for work with Bighorn Canyon YCC crew

For Jennifer Schneider, it’s all about the kids -- educating youth about the ecology and environment at Big Horn Canyon.

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Senator Ray Peterson

Beer tax bills debated by legislature

A battle over the beer tax is brewing in Cheyenne, Sen. Ray Peterson reported this week as the 63rd Wyoming Legislature’s 2015 general session nears its midway

Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce office manager Jackie Heinert poses with her bicycle in front of the chamber building on Main Street in Lovell. A bicycle enthusiast, Heinert has successfully written a grant to help install bike racks in downtown Lovell.
David Peck

Chamber receives grant for bike racks

Lovell is $1,500 closer to having bicycle racks along Main Street thanks to a grant received by the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce in December.

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Rocky Mountain High School Principal Tim Winland congratulates his son Kirby after Kirby was named a state finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, a national award based on athletic accomplishment, academics, leadership and service.

Kirby Winland is Heisman Award finalist

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Rocky Mountain High School Principal Tim Winland congratulates his son Kirby after Kirby was named a state finalist for the Wendy’s

Sue Taylor

Economic development plan calls for single entity

The final version of the 93-page Big Horn County Economic Development Plan was presented to the Big Horn County commissioners last Tuesday, Jan. 20.

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ConservationDistrict

Fuel storage workshop set for Feb. 5

Local ag producers who store fuel in large quantities are being urged to attend an upcoming workshop in Lovell relating to federal regulations that affect how records

North Big Horn Hospital

SLIB comes through

Hospital construction a go

CEO Rick Schroeder said he wasn’t about to take no for answer when he and his grant writing team at North Big Horn Hospital learned

A group of workers load timber onto an old Burlington Railroad car in this historic photo.
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Building railroad memories

The Lovell-Kane Museum is about to embark on a journey to recreate railroad history for area residents. Using a $7,500 grant awarded last year by the BNSR Railway

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Lovell Chronicle wins

Chronicle judged top Wyoming weekly

For the second time in three years, the Lovell Chronicle has been judged the top small weekly newspaper in Wyoming in the annual contest