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All season long, coaches and media across Wyoming have favored the girls basketball teams from Class 3A’s eastern conference over those from the West. But at this weekend’s state tournament, it’s time for the players to have the final word.

March 11, 2014 7:51 am

Girls runners-up at regionals

The Powell High School’s girls basketball team met its primary goal at the Class 3A West Regional Tournament — earning a trip to the state tournament — but couldn’t quite get a regional championship.

The Lady Panthers (17-8) beat Jackson 50-35 on Thursday and trumped Star Valley 35-23 on Friday before falling in the finals to tournament-host Mountain View.

With a pair of wins at the regional tournament, the Powell High School girls and boys basketball teams each earned tickets to this week's Class 3A State Tournament in Casper.

On Saturday, the Lady Panthers settled  for Class 3A West's No. 2 seed after a 31-19 loss to regional champion (and tournament host) Mountain View. The Panther boys earned a trip to state with a 60-56 overtime win against Jackson, then ended up with the West's No. 4 seed by falling to Star Valley on Saturday evening, 54-42.

For the time being, law enforcement officials plan to hold onto a plane and nearly $260,000 in cash seized by Cody police last week.

There’s little time for the Powell High School girls basketball team to savor Class 3A West’s best regular season record.

Less than five days after beating Cody to take the conference’s top spot, the PHS girls will begin their postseason with hopes of claiming the Class 3A West championship in Mountain View.

A Powell man is facing criminal charges alleging he gave his prescribed medications to another man and caused the 25-year-old’s death.

The case against Adam B. Mangold, 28, reached Park County’s District Court last week after he waived his right to a preliminary hearing.

March 04, 2014 10:06 am

Suspicious plane leads to seizure

Cody police discover large amount of cash on pilot 

Citing suspicious behavior, Cody police seized what may be close to $260,000 in cash from a pair of men who flew into the area last week.

A Powell woman will not get any part of the $2.5 million she sought after being hit with a trash can mounted on a skid steer loader at the 2009 Park County Fair.

Powell man’s life saved by quick actions of wife, police and medics

After getting married three decades ago, Jim Jarrett — then a volunteer fireman — insisted his wife Dawn also take a course in emergency medical care.

A 51-year-old man has been sentenced to eight-and-a-half to 12 years in prison for raping a Powell woman in 2012.