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Tom Lawrence

Winter refuses to loosen icy grip on area as March approaches  

Saturday is March 1, the first day of what is termed meteorological spring, which divides the seasons into four three-month blocks.

Joann Bentz plans to live to be 100, and she thinks having chickens at her home can help her reach that goal.

The Powell City Council didn’t chicken out when it came to allowing chickens in the city limits.

Thumbs up to the transformation of the old Southside Elementary School into the new Trinity Bible Church. The church purchased the facility last summer, and we’re pleased to see it take on new life and a new look. For more than 50 years, thousands of Powell residents attended school in the building or worked there.

Smith nets 52 on weekend, but team focused on Lander now 

Coach Chase Kistler was very pleased with his team’s performance last weekend, as the Powell High School boys’ basketball team rolled to a pair of easy wins on its home court.

While this surprisingly cold, wet winter has been an unpleasant burden for many of us, there was a silver lining in the clouds that dumped the snow and ice.

Junior guard scores 34 to lead Panthers to second win of weekend 

Junior guard Kalei Smith has led the Powell High School boys’ basketball team in scoring all season, but in recent games the Panthers have utilized a balanced attack.

If you want to hear people’s opinions, ask them how you should spend a large amount of money.

Powell City Engineer Sean Christensen is departing in the first week in March to take a job as a public works director in Willmar, Minn.

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