Local News
NWC survey shows increase in employee satisfaction
Newly released survey results show a slight increase in employee satisfaction on the Northwest College campus between 2016 and earlier …
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Ex-teacher avoids probation revocation
Because she’s already been punished by her probation officer, prosecutors can’t send a Cody woman to prison for violating …
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From region, thousands rallied for Trump
As conversations in Washington, D.C., and national headlines swirled around a new book and an anonymous column questioning President …
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Judge scraps plea deal in burglary cases
A judge on Wednesday rejected a proposed plea agreement for a Powell woman facing a stack of criminal charges relating to a string of …
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Wyoming Business Council gives full blessing to hotel and conference center
The proposed hotel and publicly owned conference center in Powell took its biggest step yet toward becoming reality Thursday …
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Local Sports
Wainscott earns All-State honors at state golf tourney
Powell High School junior Mycah Wainscott battled her way to an All-State finish at the Class 3A State Golf Tournament in Riverton …
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Lady Panthers sweep Worland, take conference lead
After 18 matches on the road to start the season, the Powell Lady Panthers volleyball team found home to be even sweeter than expected …
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NWC soccer opens home stand
Saturday’s home openers against Sheridan were a mixed bag for the Northwest College soccer teams, with the injury-plagued Lady …
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PHS tennis teams close out regular season
The Powell High School tennis teams traveled to Casper over the weekend, squaring off against Kelly Walsh and Natrona County to finish …
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Panthers drop home opener
Down 28-6 at the half against a solid Lander team, Powell High School head football coach Aaron Papich knew the team waiting for him …
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At conference golf, PHS boys take third
After playing shorthanded for most of the regular season, the Powell High School boys golf team returned to full strength at just the …
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Obituaries
Carol Lea Roberts Carol Lea Roberts, 80, passed away on Sept. 8, 2018, in Cumming, Georgia, with family by her side.  She was born at the family farm in Beaver County, Oklahoma, on May 16, 1938, to Rufus G. …
Rosemary (Sewald) McGary Rosemary (Sewald) McGary, 90, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. Rosemary was born Nov. 4, 1927, in Ault, Colorado, to Falton and Gertrude (Schell) Sewald. She was one of 10 …
Dorothy Lee (Burgener) Larkin Dorothy Lee (Burgener) Larkin passed away Sept. 12, 2018, at the age of 84 at the Cody Long Term Care Center.  Dorothy Lee was born in Powell to Albert and Lottie Burgener on Feb. 23, 1934, …
Patricia Jean Fordham Patricia Jean Fordham, 89, passed from this world Sept. 10, 2018, at the Powell Valley Care Center. Dementia sadly stole the last years of her life. She was born Nov. 12, 1928. Her parents were …
Joan Leeper Joan Leeper passed away peacefully at the New Horizons Care Center in Lovell on Monday, Sept. 10, 2018. She was 84. Cremation has taken place, and services are pending. A full obituary will …
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Editorials
Columnists
    • History can depend on your point of view

      When I was in school, I learned all sorts of facts that my teachers called history. At the same time, I began to learn that some of those facts …

    • What happened to 56,000 Trump voters?

      It seems that our fair state did something strange last week. When Wyoming Republicans rejected the candidate who had the support of …

    • Sins of the father?

      How far is too far when it comes to punishing people for making inappropriate remarks? We might have gotten our answer on Friday, when Lilly …

    • Of parties, principles and primaries

      I suppose many of you readers of this column have been wondering why I have failed to pontificate on Wyoming’s primary election, which …