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Tribune Staff

When Wyoming's Legislature convenes next month, strengthening the state's drunken driving laws must be a priority.

Currently, drivers in the Cowboy State can refuse to take a breath test or chemical blood test when arrested for drunken driving.

(Jan. 3, 1922 - Dec. 1, 2010)

Edith Snyder Holm, a loving daughter, devoted wife, awesome mother, wonderful grandmother, sister to some and loyal friend, peacefully passed away on Dec. 1, 2010 with her family at her side after a battle with cancer.

(Sept. 17, 1915 - Dec. 5, 2010)

Olga Meinhart Robbins, of Laurel, Mont., formerly of Powell, died Dec. 5, 2010.

(Aug. 8, 1930 - Oct. 27, 2010)

Theodore “Ted” “Bud” E. Thormahlen, 80, of Scottsbluff, Neb., died Oct. 27, 2010.

(Sept. 13, 1916 - Dec. 2, 2010)

Art Reichert of Billings died Dec. 2, 2010 of congestive heart failure after seven months in hospice care at his home, the Sweetwater Retirement Community. He was 94.

A fire caused significant damage to a Powell family's South Ferris Street home around midday Tuesday and claimed three cats owned by the family.

Kim Dillon had returned to her house around 11:30 a.m. from running errands and found it filled with smoke.


Council to consider changes to sign ordinance Monday

City planning and zoning members and Powell merchants agree that signs should be allowed on downtown sidewalks. There is disagreement, however, on how signs should be regulated on the city-owned walkways.

Chief among disagreements is the location of signs on sidewalks — whether a sign should be placed directly in front of a business or if it can be off premise, such as on a city corner.

More testing planned over next several days

Brucellosis has been confirmed in a second herd in Park County — but this time it was found in a bison herd.

State livestock officials are investigating a second confirmed case of brucellosis in Park County and a possible new case in Sublette County.


Jessee Craig (left) and Dylan Rood go head to head during practice Tuesday as they prepare to begin competition this weekend. As they have for many years, the Panthers will open their season by hosting the Powell Invitational. Twenty-two teams will compete in varsity and junior varsity divisions at the Panther gym. Tribune photo by Don Amend

Seven state medalists returning

The Powell Panthers take to the wrestling mat this weekend in a quest to win back the top spot in Wyoming 3A wrestling.

Thirty-five wrestlers are working out in the practice room and will wrestle this week as the Panthers host their own invitational, the traditional opening competition of the season, and PHS head coach Nate Urbach is upbeat about his team's prospects.

NWC hoops at home this Friday, Saturday

The last time Northwest College women's basketball coach Janis Beal saw her team step onto the court against an all-star team, the Trappers roared to a 19-0 lead and won a lopsided victory. While she'd welcome a similar start this Friday, Beal also knows her team likely has its work cut out for it.

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