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A tough stretch that saw the Northwest College men’s basketball team drop four of five games ended over the weekend at the Big Horn Federal Shootout, with the Trappers notching wins over Dawson Community College and Rocky Mountain JV.

The Northwest College men’s basketball team barely had time to digest Thanksgiving dinner before hitting the road Friday, competing in the Lion’s Club Classic in Sheridan.

The holiday shopping season officially kicked into high gear Friday, as consumers hungry for a bargain were up before dawn and headed out to big box stores far and wide.

An ordinance banning the handheld use of cellphones while driving within Powell city limits passed unanimously on its final reading at Monday’s City Council meeting, but not before a resident had his say on the matter.

NWC men down Fairchild AFB, drop two to North Idaho

The Northwest College men’s basketball team traveled to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho for the North Idaho Classic over the weekend, opening the tournament with a win over Fairchild Air Force Base before dropping a pair to host North Idaho College.

Japan native lone representative from NWC women’s soccer program

Northwest College women’s soccer midfielder Hiroko Sogabe has been named to the 2017 NJCAA Region IX All-Region second team.

NWC Foundation starts preparing possible $8 million campaign for performing arts, student centers

A preliminary plan to mount a multi-year, multi-million dollar fundraising campaign for two of Northwest College’s oldest and most frequently used buildings is starting to form.

Record now 4-1 with wins against Williston State, Game Gear

The Northwest College men’s basketball team continued its winning ways over the weekend, taking down Williston State and Game Gear at the First Bank of Wyoming Shootout at Cabre Gym.

A Northwest College landmark was the subject of spirited conversation at Monday’s monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees, as board members discussed whether to spend $280,000 repairing the carillon at the center of campus.

Next week is Thanksgiving, a time when we step back and reflect on our blessings, and offer thanks for them. And for many of us, it’s a time when we notice with a little more clarity the struggles of those who may not be as fortunate, and look for ways to help.

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