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From our files, June 9, 2016 | New highway shop planned in Lovell

100 Years Ago, June 9, 1916 The Cowley Weekly Progress Last Saturday, a deal was consummated whereby the Hendrie and Bolthoff Manufacturing Co. of Denver sold to C.S. Vaterlaus the right, title and franchise, and all wires, poles and crossarms, […]

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Joyce Collins

Collins files for State Rep. position

Constitution Party member Joyce Collins of Lovell has filed for the position of State Representative for the Wyoming House of Representatives for District 26. The position is currently


Film lineup announced for Hyart Film Fest

Films about relationships, films that make you think, films that make you cry, films that make you laugh and a few that are sure to make your imagination

Lovell Elementary School students (l-r) Maddie Felkins, Maycee Jones, Kallie Owens and Erminia Garcia perform a patriotic song during the Memorial Day celebration held at the Lovell Cemetery on Monday.

Patriotic residents flock to Memorial Day services to honor veterans

In a longtime local tradition, services honoring the men and women who served their country were held on Memorial Day at the Byron, Cowley and Lovell cemeteries. As

Krystal and Bill Pulver each hold an Ice Rage frosty drink in their new Happily Grounded coffee stand this week. The new business on East Main in Lovell features more than 60 flavors of Italian sodas, smoothies, coffees and other drinks.
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New coffee/smoothie stand opens in Lovell

A new coffee stand offering a variety of hot and cold coffees, Italian sodas, smoothies and other frosty drinks opened its doors a little more than three weeks

Jim Szlemko

Szlemko files for Lovell Town Council

The self-described “Lovell town complainer and grumpy old man” has thrown his hat into the ring to seek a spot on the Lovell Town Council. Jim Szlemko, a frequent

Rocky Mountain seventh-grade math team members (l-r) Taylor Despain, Devin Gilmore and Zane Horrocks won the State Math Contest at Northwest College April 27. Despain racked up 495 points to earn individual honors.
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Rocky Mountain Middle School math team wins state contest

The Rocky Mountain Middle School seventh-grade math team showed they are true math whizzes as they took top honors at the Wolsborn-Drazovich State Mathematics Contest at Northwest College

Jack Brinkerhoff (center) accepts donation checks from Lovell Woman’s Club members Leslie McArthur (left) and Sylvia Crosby on behalf of Sylvia's sister Garnet Sorenson this week as a campaign kicks off to raise funds to replace the roof at the Hyart Theatre. 
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Fundraiser aims to replace leaking roof at the Hyart

The Hyart Theatre, know to some as the “Grand Ol’ Lady of Lovell,” needs a new roof. It’s as simple as that and Hyart board member Jack Brinkerhoff

Earning top honors as valedictorians (left) for the Lovell High School Class of 2016 are (l-r) Mykelle Nichols, Sara Clark and Karlie Keller. 
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LHS Top of the Class | Six receive top academic honors at Lovell High School

Six senior girls with perfect or nearly perfect grade point averages have been named valedictorian and salutatorian for the Lovell High School Class of 2016. Sara Clark, Karlie Keller

Volunteers gather in a staging area set up by emergency responders in the Big Horn Mountains during a search for two snowmobilers reported missing last week.
courtesy photo/LaRae Dobbs

Big Horn Mountains Ordeal | Rescuers find snowmobilers

  What started out for two relatively experienced snowmobiling buddies as a short ride to grab a bite to eat at a backcountry lodge in the Big Horn Mountains