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David Peck photo    The Kane school wagon looks almost as good as new now that work has been completed on the historic vehicle. Wagon craftsman Pat Steed wrapped up work on the wagon in late April after the arrival of the wheels from Livingston, Montana., David Peck photo   Pat Steed prepares to mount one of the four wagon wheels made by Jem Blueher of Livingston, Montana, on May 1 after installing leathers in the hubs. The wagon will now be proudly displayed by the Lovell-Kane Area Museum., David Peck photo   The interior of the Kane school wagon includes a stove, which in the restored wagon was installed by Ernie Workman and donated by Ernie and Laura Workman.
05/12/2022 - 9:36am
Steed and crew finish Kane school wagon restoration By David Peck The Kane school wagon is finished and ready to roll. Local craftsman Pat Steed and a band of volunteers undertook a project over the winter to completely restore the wagon that took...

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David Peck photo  Attending Monday’s letter of intent signing ceremony for Lovell High School senior Quinn Lindsay (center), who will take his throwing talents to the University of Wyoming, are (l-r) LHS head outdoor track coach Joshua Sanders, indoor coach and mom Lindsay Lindsay, Quinn, father Chad Lindsay and LHS throwing coach AJ Montanez.
03/17/2022 - 9:26am
A Lovell High School thrower supreme is taking his talents to the University of Wyoming. Senior Quinn Lindsay signed his letter of intent to compete with the UW track and field team during a signing ceremony Monday evening at LHS. Lindsay, son of...