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Nothing short of a Christmas miracle

Sixty-seven-year-old Ramon Luna of Lovell received a special gift of life on Christmas Day — a healthy kidney. Luna who suffers from kidney damage that resulted from several years of battling diabetes, received a long hoped for but unexpected phone […]

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Marwyn Layne
Advertising Manager

A word of thanks for a world of support

From the ad manager’s desk A word of thanks for a world of support Thank you to our advertisers over the past year, and to all of you who have

Winners light up the night in Chamber contest

Chamber manager Celecia Gallagher announced the winners of the Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce lighting contest [caption id="attachment_10772" align="alignright" width="285"] Richard Morrison’s elaborately lit home located at 295 Carmon

Terrin Clark

LDS Church presents Young Womanhood Recognition Awards to local girls

Earlier this year, several young ladies belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints earned a special honor called the Young Womanhood Recognition Award, which is


Fire destroys historic Ewing-Snell Ranch house

A piece of local history was lost last Wednesday when the ranch house at the Ewing-Snell Ranch, one of four historic ranches in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation

Amanda Kuck

New dietician cooking up positive feedback at the Care Center

One local menu is getting rave reviews, but some may be surprised to learn where the new menu is being offered. Amanda Kuck (pronounced “Cook”) was hired three


Recycling trailers temporarily removed

An uncertain future for the Powell Valley Recycling Center is leading to the temporary suspension of recycling in the Lovell community, longtime recycling advocate and National Park Service


Walking path committee explores possible routes

Momentum is building for the revived walking/biking path project for Lovell as another active meeting was held Thursday night at the Bighorn Canyon NRA Visitor Center auditorium. Sixteen citizens

Deb Harmer (left) and Krystl Buchholtz pose at their new store at 210 E. Main in Lovell. The Attic Space opened Monday.
David Peck photo

Thrift shop opens on Main Street in Lovell

A retail business has returned to the familiar location of the former Hen House store in Lovell. Attic Space, a thrift shop owned and operated by Krystl Buchholtz and

Bob Baird shows an “ambassador of peace” medal he was awarded by the Republic of Korea for his service and sacrifice during the Korean War. The special medals are available for a limited time to veterans of the Korean War.
Patti Carpenter photo

Annual Veterans Day event fills Senior Center to capacity

In what has become a tradition, the dining room at North Big Horn Senior Citizens Center was filled to capacity on Wednesday, Nov. 11, with local military veterans,