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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 hospital, where decisions involving the health, safety, comfort and well-being of its […]

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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


Bulldog thinclads put up strong performances

The Lovell High School indoor track team had “a lot of good performances,” according to coach Joshua Sanders, at the Gillette Indoor meet Thursday in Gillette. The Bulldogs

Lovell Wyo-Ben plant slated to close

The precipitous downturn in the U.S. oil and gas industry has led to the planned closure of one of the Lovell area’s three bentonite plants. Wyo-Ben, Inc., on Tuesday


New interpretive ranger enjoying Wyoming

It took just one backpacking trip for Ben Goodlad to fall in love with Wyoming, and one job search later, he’s a new interpretive park ranger at the


Bair sworn in as interim trustee on School District No. 2 board

Hiring and retaining quality staff, PAWS testing for students, a new reading series for elementary school students, a new health curriculum and other matters topped the agenda for


Popular hanging flower baskets enter third year

A program to spread color the length of Main Street in Lovell was so successful last year that organizers are hoping for even bigger and better results this