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St. Joseph’s Catholic Church welcomes Father Louis Shea

Father Louis Shea, recently of Jackson, Wyo., has begun his charge of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lovell as of July 6. He serves the church in Greybull, as well. Father Shea grew up in Kansas City. After high school […]

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ElRay and Ann Bridges will ride in the Cowley Pioneer Day Parade as the 2016 Grand Marshals. 
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Cowley Pioneer Day | ElRay and Ann Bridges honored as Pioneer Day parade marshals

(Reprinted from the Cowley Pioneer Day Book.) We were both raised in the southwest corner of the Salt Lake Valley but in adjoining communities and met while attending Riverton


Pitch for grant to rebuild Ewing-Snell ranch house made during site visit

 Around 20 community members including many influential leaders turned out on Friday to support a grant request to rebuild the historic Ewing-Snell Ranch main house that burned to

Rodeo Queen

Deaver teen on road to recovery after serious horse accident

Dacean Thomas won the distinctive honor this year of representing her community as queen of the Cowley rodeo. The 15-year-old is already an expert horsewoman, competent on horseback

Kit Frost

Artist In Residence Kit Frost now at Bighorn Canyon

Kit Frost, the second of five 2016 Artists In Residence, will be at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area through July 22, arriving July 11. Frost is a photographer from


Rocky Mountain students learn archaeology for summer school

The tipi resting on school grounds just east of the Rocky Mountain football field in Cowley was erected two weeks ago as part of a hands-on summer school

The clinic addition at North Big Horn Hospital is nearing completion, with an expected occupancy date sometime in the fall.
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Fall occupancy projected for North Big Horn Hospital addition 

The clinic addition at North Big Horn Hospital and other hospital improvements are in the home stretch now, with many aspects nearing completion. [caption id="attachment_11449" align="alignright" width="200"] An expansive

Cloud Foundation founder Ginger Kathrens enjoys a moment with “Cornet,” a horse saved from slaughter due to the efforts of her organization.

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Happy ending for foals from 2014 helicopter roundup

Four foals, dubbed by wild horse advocates as the “Dry Creek quartet,” are now in permanent homes after living under the care of veterinarian Dr. Lisa Jacobson in

Lovell second baseman Trey Dickerson prepares to lay a tag on a Powell runner after receiving a strong throw from catcher Dawson Forcella on a steal attempt during the Lovell Mustangs’ 4-1 win in game one of a doubleheader Tuesday night in Cowley.
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Mustangs sweep Powell to finish conference season 6-6

The Lovell Mustangs hit the meat of their conference schedule over the last two weeks, splitting four games with the Riverton Raiders and sweeping the Powell Pioneers at

New location a big hit with triathletes this weekend

A new challenging course, an individual rather than group start on the swim, a cross country running trail and a high-tech timing system were changes embraced by participants