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September 02, 2014 7:53 am

PHS four in a row?

Written by Joe Alberico

New-look Panthers have same goal in mind 

The changes Powell High School’s football team underwent this summer failed to change one thing.

“We still plan on winning a state championship,” senior quarterback Carter Baxter said of his WyoPreps Preseason No. 1-ranked football team.

September 02, 2014 7:53 am

Still digging it

Written by Gib Mathers

Anthropologist/archaeologist leading effort to understand earliest residents of region  

A “retired” anthropologist and archaeologist still digs the career he didn’t really relinquish following his official retirement, and he is finding a slew of artifacts in the hills.

Larry Todd, 60, from Meeteetse, didn’t head to Florida, but instead to the mountains of northwestern Wyoming, where he examines archeological clues left behind hundreds and thousands of years ago by Wyoming’s first documented occupants.

Powell girls claimed second at state last year; 10 from that team return 

Although the head coach can’t predict the team’s prospects this early in the season, the Powell High School girls swimming and diving team’s future looks bright.

The girls commence the season at 4 p.m. Friday in Lander. The next meet will be 2 p.m. the following Friday in Cody.

August 28, 2014 8:24 am

Return to Heart Mountain

Written by Tom Lawrence

Annual pilgrimage brings former internees, site supporters together 

Raymond Uno returned to Heart Mountain last week.

Uno, 83, first arrived in the windswept high plains of northwest Wyoming in 1942 as a prisoner, held in an armed camp because he was of Japanese ancestry.