Other cost-cutting measures at NWC include early retirements and a reduction in force
Three programs could be eliminated at Northwest College, along with six positions at the college. In addition, 17 early retirement applications are recommended for approval as NWC leaders work to cut expenses for the next school year.
Trappers seek to best Dillon at final rodeo of season
Competition is tight as the college rodeo season enters the final stretch. A mere 35-point difference pushed the Northwest College Trapper men out of the top three and into fifth at the University of Montana rodeo in Missoula last weekend.
It has been a hodgepodge of a spring practice season for the Powell golf team, with troublesome weather and conflicting schedules making last weekend’s Panther Spring Invitational the first time that head coach Troy Hildebrand has had his full team competing.
When it comes to the Endangered Species Act in Wyoming, grizzly bears and wolves often dominate the discussion. Whether in courtrooms or coffee shops, the controversial predators divide public opinion.
But the story is different with a small ferret — and it’s a story worth celebrating.