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Chad Heiser poses with the mountain goat he successfully harvested Sept. 6 in the Beartooth Mountains on Line Creek. The Lovell man called it the opportunity of a lifetime.

Heiser bags mountain goat in hunt of a lifetime

For Chad Heiser, it was a dream come true. A longtime avid hunter, Heiser was thrilled to draw a mountain goat license for the Beartooth Mountains in Northwest Wyoming. There was just one problem: a recent knee injury threatened to […]

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Ready for the Byron Haunted High School tours are (l-r) Brendan ‘Wolfman’ Roman, Victoria Dickson, Evelyn Carter and Ashley Glumac.

‘Byron Haunted High School’ offers frightful experiences

[caption id="attachment_9331" align="alignright" width="300" class=" "] Ready for the Byron Haunted High School tours are (l-r) Brendan ‘Wolfman’ Roman, Victoria Dickson, Evelyn Carter and Ashley Glumac.[/caption]

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Our volleyball team made us proud – off the court

[caption id="attachment_1634" align="alignright" width="147" class=" "] David Peck[/caption] Members of the Lovell High School volleyball team were walking in a hallway near the locker rooms at Powell High

Kevin Hatch during his playing days at Fort Lewis.

Hatch to be inducted into Fort Lewis Hall of Fame

[caption id="attachment_9124" align="alignright" width="229"] Kevin Hatch during his playing days at Fort Lewis.[/caption] Former Fort Lewis College men’s basketball standouts Kevin Hatch and Troy Norton will be inducted

Several local law enforcement officers have accepted the ALS Challenge, raising money for the ALS Association. Here, a front-end loader dumps water on Lovell Police Dept. officers and dispatchers (l-r) Officer Jared Knudsen, Dispatcher Jennifer Massey, Chief Nick Lewis, Officer Kris Brimhall and Sgt. Noe Garcia. In the ALS Challenge, those challenged can accept the ice bucket challenge, make a donation to ALS or do both.
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Law Enforcement Challenged

[caption id="attachment_8960" align="alignnone" width="337"] Several local law enforcement officers have accepted the ALS Challenge, raising money for the ALS Association. Here, a front-end loader dumps water on