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Officials seek support for maintaining lake levels

North Big Horn County citizens, especially recreationists and boating enthusiasts, are being asked to let their feelings be known about future management of Big Horn Lake. County commissioners Keith Grant and John Hyde, along with Friends of Bighorn Lake President […]

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Lovell schools meet new state accountability requirements

According to the new accountability in education standards for the state of Wyoming, Lovell schools made the cut, with the elementary and middle schools rated overall as

RMHS Grizzly

RMHS accountability rating skewed by inclusion of online students

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Based on most recent assessments Rocky Mountain High School students are, for the most part, meeting and exceeding academic expectations. One

curing during the snowstorm Friday morning. The Main Street Project has been shut down for the winter except for some minor joint winterization if the street clears with warmer weather.
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Street project put away for the winter

[caption id="attachment_9512" align="aligncenter" width="300"] curing during the snowstorm Friday morning. The Main Street Project has been shut down for the winter except for some minor joint winterization


Holiday Mingle in Lovell Saturday

Santa Claus is coming to town this week as the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual Holiday Mingle in downtown Lovell.

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Frigid weather stops Main Street project in its tracks

Contractors working on the Lovell Main Street Project this fall have been fortunate as the weather has stayed mostly favorable – until this week.

Veteran Terry Wilkerson presents a “Quilt of Valor” to his uncle Frank Wilkerson, during a special event held at the North Big Horn Senior Center on Tuesday, honoring veterans in the community.
Patti Carpenter photo

Local veterans honored at Senior Center event

Thirty-eight local veterans representing a cumulative 368 years of service to their country were honored at a luncheon held in their honor at the North Big Horn


Meeting scheduled to discuss G&F pheasant management program

It costs the Wyoming Game and Fish Dept. more to raise a pheasant than the cost of a tag to shoot it. That’s a situation G&F officials

Angel Montanez

Montanez, Brightly beat incumbents

North Big Horn County voters elected three new mayors Tuesday, two of whom defeated incumbents.

[caption id="attachment_9431" align="alignright" width="300"] New Lovell mayor Angel Montanez (right) chats with

Felix Carrizales

Carrizales, Hyde elected commissioners; sheriff re-elected

The general election was a mirror image of the primary election with Felix Carrizales topping the ticket for county commission and John Hyde second to retain the