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June 07, 2012 8:58 am

Fond farewell

Written by Ilene Olson
June 07, 2012 8:52 am

Cowboy up ... way up

Written by Kevin Kinzley
June 05, 2012 8:34 am

Pioneers struggle through weekend

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Just one win to show for four games

The Powell Pioneers demonstrated some improvement over the weekend but had little to show for the cause after winning just one of four games played. The Pioneers split with the Billings Halos, winning 8-5 and losing 7-5 on Friday.

June 05, 2012 8:26 am

Angler’s anguish

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July 12, 2011 8:28 am

Pioneers win 3 at Casper

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Team can clinch conference Tuesday night

The Powell Pioneers American Legion baseball program won three out of five games at the Mike Devereaux tournament in Casper over the weekend. The team also swept a conference doubleheader at home against Riverton to move to 26-15 overall and 8-0 in league play this season.

July 12, 2011 8:28 am

Dual status wolf plan

Written by Gib Mathers

Wyoming and the federal government have agreed on a dual status plan for wolves in the state, and they hope to publish a preliminary rule delisting Wyoming wolves by the end of September.

“We agree in principle on major issues,” Gov. Matt Mead announced during a news conference Thursday in Cheyenne.

May 18, 2010 3:12 am

Hello, little girl

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The big bad wolf attempts to draw Little Red Riding Hood from the path during the first act of “Into the Woods” at the Powell High School Auditorium last week. Northwest College student Mitch Sleep (left) and PHS senior Kourtnie Rodgers joined other NWC and PHS students, along with community members, to present three performances of the Stephen Sondheim musical. PHS drama teacher Bob Hunt and NWC music professor Jan Kliewer directed the production. Tribune photo by Carla Wensky

May 11, 2010 3:23 am

Baker's dozen

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Panther soccer hangs 13 goals on Pinedale

Call it Chicago-style soccer.

The Powell Panther boys scored early and often Saturday morning in a 13-0 rout of visiting Pinedale. The win came on the heels of a 2-0 loss to Jackson on Friday.

The Panthers' offensive attack was relentless throughout Saturday's contest. It took just over a minute for Monte Nickles to send the first of his five goals into the net and things only moderately slowed from there.

Powell's offense kept the pressure on across the width of the field, attacking both wings and mixing in the occasional attempt to split the defense down the center. Pinedale rarely had a chance to relax as the ball rarely crossed the midfield stripe in either half.

In addition to Nickles' five goals, the Panthers received hat-trick performances from Greg Randolph and Jason Rand, both of whom finished with three goals. Dewey Schwahn and Billy Cummings accounted for Powell's other two scores.

With the exception of a couple late-game runs by Pinedale, Powell goalkeeper Sam Wise had very little to do throughout the bulk of the contest.

With the victory, Powell assured itself of a spot in the 3A state tournament. The Panthers will face the top team from the 3A East conference — likely Buffalo — in the first round of state tournament action.

Before the Panthers can think about that contest, however, the team hosts Cody on Thursday. The game will be the final regular-season contest for both teams and the final home game for the 11 seniors on the Panthers' varsity roster.

Powell carries a 6-5-2 record into that contest.

May 11, 2010 3:09 am

Monday open house for pool

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City of Powell Aquatics Director Carrie Parmer (far right) demonstrates a submerged passive victim rescue technique on Justin Gillenwater during lifeguard training Tuesday afternoon. In the pool are Saige Smith (bottom), Cherokee Slaght, Trent Eckerdt and Jessica McCoy. Standing is Chevelle Metzer. After an open house Monday, the pool is slated to open to members Tuesday and to the general public May 17. Tribune photo by Carla Wensky

The day we've been waiting for” — the opening of the Powell Aquatic Center — will arrive Monday, May 10, Powell City Administrator Zane Logan said at this week's City Council meeting.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house will take place at 2 p.m. at the center and run for about two hours.


With the sting of last fall's frozen sugar beet crop still vivid, Big Horn Basin growers have already lost part of this year's crop to severe spring weather, although some fields may be replanted.

“I don't like this spring,” Heart Mountain sugar beet grower Ric Rodriguez said Wednesday. “I hope it's not a preamble to the fall.”

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