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Sports

It isn’t every night a guy gets paid to wreck every car that stands in his way, but Terry Vaughn did just that.

Vaughn bashed his way to the top of the heap in the Lions Club Demolition Derby at the Park County Fair Saturday night.

Steve Burmaster heads athletics and P.E. departments

In 1994, he had Wyoming license plates on his red Chevy truck, and his course was set for a coaching position at Northwest College in Powell.

My Auto wins softball title the hard way

It took three wins in one long night of softball, but My Auto battled back from the loser’s bracket to take the title at the Powell Recreation District Men’s League Softball Tournament.

Nagging injuries have followed Riley Stringer, but have not robbed him of his passion.

Smelly, slippery and squealing — the pigs were back for another round of wrestling at the Park County Fair on Tuesday night.

Though their most recent bout ended with a loss, the local Heart Mountain Wreck on Wheels roller derby team has been on something of a roll this season.

For the first time in roughly 15 years, a basketball standout from Powell is going to play for the Northwest College Trappers.

Powell High School’s all-time leading scorer, Kalei Smith, signed a letter of intent on Thursday, formally committing him to Northwest College’s men’s basketball team.

An unexpected growing season

Pioneers suffer two losses at North District Tournament

Two losses at the North District Tournament brought the end of the Powell Pioneers’ unexpected growing season.

During Northwest College wrestling’s offseason in March, longtime head coach Jim Zeigler vowed to rework his recruiting strategies.

One look at his incoming 2015-16 roster shows Zeigler wasn’t bluffing.

MAYBE JOE KNOWS: Time to say goodbye

Goodbyes aren’t my specialty.

Especially when I don’t want to leave, but know I must.

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