Mostly Clear

28°F

Powell, WY

Mostly Clear

Humidity: 53%

Wind: 7 mph

Don Cogger

Kayla Atkinson brings passion, tenacity to Lady Trappers

Just a few short months ago, Kayla Atkinson, then a senior captain for the Lady Panthers soccer team, was leading her team to a sixth place finish at the 3A State Tournament.

With another beautiful Wyoming summer winding down, folks in Powell and the surrounding area are looking toward the cooler months, as Mother Nature begins her yearly ritual of the changing seasons.

Northwest men’s team opens season with win against NJC, falls to WNCC

Amid the hoopla surrounding the first weekend back on campus for the students of Northwest College, the men’s soccer team opened their season by splitting a pair of home games against Northeastern Junior College and Western Nebraska Community College.

Northwest falls to Northeastern, Western Nebraska in home opener

It was a rough opening weekend for the Northwest College women’s soccer team, as the Lady Trappers dropped a pair home games to Northeastern Junior College and Western Nebraska Community College at Trapper Field.

When the Northwest College women’s soccer team takes the field Friday for their season opener against Northeastern Junior College, the 11 freshmen on the team won’t be the only ones making their debut in Trapper red.

First-year coach looks to educate, inspire

It’s the dawn of a new era, as the Northwest College men’s soccer team enters the 2017 season with a new coach and a host of new players looking to make an impact in Region IX.

Like many, we were shocked and saddened by recent events in Charlottesville, and by the media storm and vitriol unleashed in its wake.

Tragedy in Charlottesville prompts peaceful protest

Recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia, were a sobering reminder that hate, in many forms, is alive in well in America.

Connect to Community initiative to strengthen bond between Powell, NWC

On a cold, snowy morning in early February, community members gathered to discuss ideas on reinforcing Powell’s image as a “college town.”

Board approves another $100K to complete damage assessment of Cody Hall

What started as routine maintenance on one of Northwest College’s residence halls quickly turned south earlier this summer, with the discovery of enough water damage to necessitate closing Cody Hall for the 2017-18 school year.

Page 7 of 15

Subscribe

Get all the latest Powell news by subscribing to the Powell Tribune today!

Click here to find out more!

E-Edition

Our paper can be delivered right to your e-mail inbox with a subscription to the Powell Tribune!

Find out more here!

Stay Connected

Keep up with Powell news by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter.

Go to top