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Sports

When Blake Schwan, Carter Baxter, Kalei Smith and Zach Heny traveled to Spokane, Washington, over the weekend, they got to experience what was a rarity in their prep high school careers: playing against brand new players.

UW’s Nance headed to NBA

Los Angeles Lakers selected Pokes forward 27th overall

Larry Nance Jr. accepted the fact that the University of Wyoming’s loss to Northern Iowa in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in March was probably his last basketball game.

Juli McNeil and Darla Brown joked and playfully teased each other in between swings Friday at the Powell Golf Club in Powell.

It was as if the Powell High School alumni and best friends had never parted.

Ugly loss leads to dramatic win

Pioneers’ up-and-down season continues with ‘roller coaster’ Tuesday doubleheader

If the Powell Pioneers’ first game against the Cody Cubs on Tuesday was an ugly duckling, the back end of the doubleheader was a beautiful swan.

League play gives older golfers a chance to stay active and competitive

After 11 weeks of Good Old Boys league play at the Powell Golf Club, participation numbers are still healthy.

Unique sport catching on locally

When Randy and Debbie Kobbe presented the idea of offering pickleball to Powell residents this summer, Powell Recreation District director Colby Stenerson got on board.

It was a week of tough rides and tough lessons for the Northwest College rodeo team at the National College Finals Rodeo in Casper last week. For some, it was a learning experience, but for others it was the end of their college rodeo career.

A different type of rodeo

Mule Days rodeo features traditional and non-traditional events

“Stubborn as a mule” is a common phrase that was disproven during Jake Clark’s Mule Days in Ralston on Saturday.

It has been a rough start for the Northwest College rodeo team at the National College Finals Rodeo in Casper this week — but the rodeo is far from over and things could turn around for the local cowboys.

The way the media portrays children these days, it’d be OK to assume every parent has to practically peel their child off the couch to get them outside.

When I was a kid, it was the other way around.

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