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Ilene Olson

Now that it is in a larger building, the Powell Valley Recycling Center will begin taking all types of recyclable plastics — No. 1 through No. 7 — for the first time on Tuesday.

Until now, the center has accepted plastic types 1 and 2 only.

College commission changes how capital construction projects are prioritized

A proposed classroom building project for Northwest College moved up last week from No. 11 to No. 4 on a prioritized list of capital construction projects for Wyoming community colleges.

Program will prepare students to become commercial pilots

People whose thoughts and hearts dwell in the sky will have a chance to train for a degree in aeronautical science when Northwest College begins its new program next year.

A new aeronautics of science degree, expected to be offered at Northwest College for the first time next year, is a good example of the college partnering with an area business to meet industry needs — and, in this case, the traveling public as well.

Josh Wolfe donated a bicycle to another boy, then his own was stolen

Young Josh Wolfe of Powell saved his money for three years -- more than one fourth of his 11-year life -- toward one goal: buying his own bicycle.

"He's been saving up his money in his saving account for several years lawn mowing -- Christmas money, birthday money," said Carolee Neal, Josh's mother.

"It’s so much the same as home ... Making sure they have peace and security is extremely rewarding."

The weather in Iraq is cooling down a little these days, and Powell native Capt. Carl Danko is glad of that.

Berry Bryant would be 33 years old now. She likely would have a career and a family.

But her life, and her promising future, were cut short 15 years ago on Oct. 5, 1996, when Berry, then an 18-year-old freshman at Northwest College, was brutally raped and murdered north of Powell by another NWC student, Levi Collen of Ten Sleep.

The recent resignation of former Powell Valley Healthcare Chief Executive Officer Paul Cardwell — and the subsequent refusal by HealthTech Management Service and the Powell Valley Healthcare Board to rescind that resignation — were so unusual and so unexpected that they leave us scratching our heads in confusion.

An interim chief executive officer is at the helm of Powell Valley Healthcare while the organization’s board seeks “more clarity” into Paul Cardwell’s surprise resignation late last week and his subsequent request to rescind that resignation.

Prospective students wanting to know more about Northwest College soon will be able to learn about the college, its facilities and what it offers students through an online virtual tour.

A crew from Realview TV, based in Atlanta, began filming on campus for the tour Tuesday and continues through today (Thursday).  Additional filming Friday will include scenes at Yellowstone National Park and other outdoor attractions.

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