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Greybull family under fire for Facebook post

A family with strong ties to the area is under fire this week after a Facebook photo which showed the killing of a cat went viral on social media and made broadcast and print news headlines around the world. At […]

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Childs play: learning the language of children

Stepping into child therapy rooms at the Lift Institute in Lovell feels more like entering a playground than a counseling office. The rooms are designed specifically to

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Lovell and Rocky Mtn. proms this Friday

For the first time in recent memory, both Lovell High School and Rocky Mountain High School have scheduled prom on the same night – this Friday, April

Bill Fink stands next to his golf cart that he hopes will soon be able to ply the streets of Lovell again if an ordinance allowing the vehicles is passed by the Lovell Town Council.
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Lovell council reacts to concern for golf cart user

A Lovell veteran of World War II will soon be able to once again travel the streets of Lovell in his golf cart thanks to the efforts

Rocky Mountain High School FFA chapter members (l-r) TaiLyn Miller, Lily Myers, Jennifer Parker and Bonnie Bates took first place in the “Environmental and Natural Resources” Career Development Event, as part of the Wyoming FFA Association’s State Convention held April 6-11 in Cheyenne.
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Rocky FFA team takes first in state

A team of four members of the Rocky Mountain High School FFA chapter, including Bonnie Bates, TaiLyn Miller, Lily Myers and Jennifer Parker, took first place in

Judy Richards

Celebrating volunteers – Judy Richards: making education a priority

April 12-18 is the week of the volunteer, celebrating the contributions of volunteers in communities across the nation. Judy Richards’ tireless efforts to improve educational opportunities for

Kane general store

Soup and pie event Saturday

Come fill up on homemade soups and pies and a little bit of local history at an all-you-can-eat supper slated for Saturday, April 11 at the Lovell


Moncur qualifies for speech nationals

Out of 17 judges, 15 rated Cole Moncur first for his dramatic presentation at the National Qualifying meet held in Riverton March 20-21. The first place win qualifies

George Preis

Local singer Preis invited to practice with Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Longtime Lovell resident and retired music instructor George Preis has been invited to participate in a rehearsal with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Utah on Dec. 18. He

Representative Elaine Harvey

Committee continues to look at alternative Medicaid expansion

As an estimated 18,000 uninsured residents continue to put pressure on medical providers in Wyoming, especially the state’s rural hospitals, as members of the Joint House Labor, Health