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Tom Lawrence

The Super Bowl is over, and baseball season is headed our way. That makes it fitting that the state of Wyoming is dealing with one helluva curveball on the future of the state Department of Education.

For the Powell High School boys’ basketball team, last weekend was a tale of two first quarters. It was the best of starts, it was the worst of starts.

Richard Crandall would be out of a job if Cindy Hill returns to lead the Wyoming Department of Education, according to Gov. Matt Mead’s spokesman.

Tigers are 5-0, Panthers 4-1 in Class 3A West 

The Powell boys’ basketball team took a big step toward winning the Class 3A West on Friday by going into Cody and knocking off the top-ranked Broncs.

Thumbs up to Park County Commissioner Tim French for his efforts to obtain funding for a new building at the Park County Fairgrounds here in Powell.

Coach calls it big win, but says bigger games are coming up 

It was a daunting challenge, a time when a team might just think about packing it in for the night.

President Obama has a reliable ally in the “liberal media,” or so millions of Americans believe.

It seemed to be a simple request: We asked for a photo of Charlie Hardy, the freshly announced Democratic candidate for Wyoming’s Senate seat now held by Sen. Mike Enzi.

Thumbs up to Powell Economic Partnership.

How “strongly” is Gov. Matt Mead leaning toward a run for a second term?

“Strongly, strongly, strongly, strongly,” Mead told the Powell Tribune Friday.