From our files Guard maintenance shop planned in 1974

100 years ago, Jan. 11, 1924
The Cowley Progress

New and charming serial starting with today’s issue of this paper. You will find keen delight in Diamonds of Malopo by Victor Rousseau. Two men fight a desperate, hand-to-hand battle in the wilderness. The prizes are a rich diamond claim and a fascinating girl. The author has dealt charmingly with romance among the French Canadians, with thrilling adventures on the sea. He has never been more interesting than in this startling narrative of love and adventure in the desert regions of South Africa.
75 years ago, Jan. 13, 1949
The Lovell Chronicle

A lovely wedding ceremony was performed Thursday night, Jan. 6, in the LDS Salt Lake City Temple, uniting Miss Iris Stringham and Joe Bassett in marriage. Mrs. Bassett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stringham of Lovell. She graduated from Lovell High School, attended one year at Brigham Young University and one at the University of Wyoming, majoring in music. She has for the past year been employed in the law offices of Atty. L.S. Strahan and will continue there for the present.
Mr. Bassett is the son of Mrs. Lauretta Bassett of Kane, where he received his grade schooling. He was a popular graduate of Lovell High School. During the war he served with the army and saw duty in Korea. Since, he has been engaged in ranching work. They will make their home in Lovell.
50 years ago, Jan. 10, 1974
The Lovell Chronicle

Authority to proceed with planning for a $183,000 organizational maintenance shop in Lovell for the Wyoming National Guard has been announced by Wyoming Adjutant General, Mag. Gen. John R. Carson. Building plans call for 4,300 square feet of space and will be compatible with the Armory on the the present site, Carson said.
25 years ago, Jan. 14, 1999
The Lovell Chronicle

Travel has been made easier for Big Horn County residents with a new travel agency opening this week in Lovell. Caryl Wilkerson has opened Travel Treks at 214 East Main Street in Lovell. She opened business doors on Monday and has a grand opening scheduled this Friday. Travel Treks offers travelers a wide range of services including international and domestic airline tickets with the lowest legal fare available. There are group packages available for numerous trips including cruises, vacations, hunting, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling and other recreational trips.
10 years ago, Jan. 9, 2014
The Lovell Chronicle

For Travis Peterson, it was a sudden change but a very welcome change. He was coming home. Peterson, a Cowley native and 1996 graduate of Rocky Mountain High School, was hired in August as the new seminary teacher for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lovell, launching a teaching career and taking him down a joyous path he thought had ended 10 years ago.