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Tribune Staff

(September 5, 1934 — August 26, 2010)

On August 26, 2010, God called the greatest man that ever lived home. Feliciano “Felix” “Chano” DeLeon, was respected and loved by all. He was a very giving man, and he gave his love the best.

(Oct. 15, 1922 - Aug. 25, 2010)

Lifetime Byron dairy farmer, Wilder True Hatch III died Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 at the New Horizons Care Center in Lovell, surrounded by loving family members. He was 87.

(Jan. 21, 1947 - Aug. 28, 2010)

Ramona Montanez Romero died Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010, in Lovell. She was 63.

(Aug. 25, 1945 - Oct. 28, 2010)

Joyce Marie Gibbs Tryon, 65, died Oct. 28, 2010, after a long courageous battle with breast cancer.

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Northwest College goalie Becca Sangster stretches for a ball during Tuesday afternoon drills. Sangster and her 17 teammates will officially usher in soccer as a sport at NWC when they face Dodge City (Kan.) this Friday. Tribune photo by Randal Horobik

NWC soccer teams open Friday at Dodge City

What began as a vision on paper just eight months ago will step onto the pitch in the flesh this Friday as the Northwest College Trappers open their first-ever soccer seasons. The program was created last December by a vote of the Northwest College Board of Trustees.

“It feels like it has been a long time coming,” said Trapper soccer coach Rob Hill, whose life has actually been more of a whirlwind since learning early this year that he had been tabbed to build the Northwest College programs from the ground up.

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Classic cars ranging from a 1909 Model T Ford to vehicles from the 1960s and into the 2000s were on display at the Powell Municipal Airport Saturday during this year's Wings ‘N' Wheels. Also on display were 48 airplanes and the crowd enjoyed aerobic displays by a Pitts 5-2B biplane, a T-6 trainer and two vintage World War II fighters, a P-51 Mustang and a rarely seen P-63, as well as demonstrations of radio controlled aircraft. Tribune photo by Kara Bacon

Other special districts draw minimal interest

The races are on for seats on the Northwest College and Powell fire district boards.

In the general election candidate filing period — which began Aug. 4 and closed Monday, Aug. 23 — three challengers filed to take on two incumbents on the NWC board of trustees and two newcomers each filed for two open slots on the Park County Fire District No. 1 board.

Republican Matt Mead and Democrat Leslie Petersen earned their parties' nominations for governor in last week's primary, and voters will have one, and possibly two more choices in November.

Casper businessman Mike Wheeler was added to the general election ballot this week as the Libertarian Party's candidate, and University of Wyoming Trustee Taylor Haynes has submitted a petition to run as an independent.

As uncomfortable as it may be to talk or write about catheter leg bags, Deidre Cozzens learned years ago that wearing them is plenty uncomfortable, too.

That's why the Ralston resident invented the Catheze, a device she created to comfortably support catheter leg bags.

NWC soccer teams open Friday at Dodge City

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Northwest College goalie Becca Sangster stretches for a ball during Tuesday afternoon drills. Sangster and her 17 teammates will officially usher in soccer as a sport at NWC when they face Dodge City (Kan.) this Friday. Tribune photo by Randal Horobik

What began as a vision on paper just eight months ago will step onto the pitch in the flesh this Friday as the Northwest College Trappers open their first-ever soccer seasons. The program was created last December by a vote of the Northwest College Board of Trustees.

“It feels like it has been a long time coming,” said Trapper soccer coach Rob Hill, whose life has actually been more of a whirlwind since learning early this year that he had been tabbed to build the Northwest College programs from the ground up.

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