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... enough money to complete a project,” said Powell . The city invests just under one million dollars to renovate the life steps campus into low income housing... In addition funding plans for expanding the central Wyoming Rescue Mission are nearly ...
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The Park County Sheriff's Office said all three were in custody for alleged roles in Guerra-Torres's murder: John Louis Marquez, 51, Sandra Garcia, 27 -- a former Powell resident who was reportedly Guerra-Torres' girlfriend at the time of his murder ... 3 arrests made in connection with Wyoming decapitation caseKXLH Helena News3 arrested, charged in death of man who was decapitatedMacon Telegraph (blog)Two arrested in Ga. for Wyo. decapitationWJCL NewsCody Enterpriseall 45 news...
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Kelley brings more than 30 years of experience to the Owls after coaching Princeton, Mount Notre Dame and a stint at Wyoming . “I retired from Princeton and am now substitute teaching at Mount Healthy,” the coach said. “I am not planning on ... The ... and more »
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The basketball player competed two years at Northwest College in Powell , Wyoming , with the web press guide listing him only by his first and middle name. He returned to Brazil to teach for a year and landed at Medicine Hat, Price said. By any measure ... and more »
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Billings Gazette Pat Childers, a former Wyoming legislator, lives in Cody, just over 20 miles from Powell . "My personal opinion is that probably it's involved in some drug trafficking. But I don't know that," Childers said. "It doesn't shock me," said John Linebaugh, a ...
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3/27/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Advance tickets are available now for a Wednesday, April 29, presentation by renowned former FBI criminal profiler John Douglas who will talk about his experiences getting inside the mind of some of the nation's most notorious serial killers.
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3/26/2015
Daily Journal POWELL , Wyoming — A 29-year-old Powell man has been given a three- to five-year prison sentence for his role in his friend's fatal drug overdose. The Powell Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1xf6SgH ) Adam Mangold was sentenced on March 18 for felony ...and more »
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3/24/2015
Failing to stop at a stop sign is being cited as the contributing factor in a two-vehicle fatal crash on March 21st on Wyoming Highway 295 north of Powell , Wyoming . The crash occurred at 6:05 p.m. near mile post 17 on WY 295 approximately five miles ... Pat Miller dies in two-car collision SaturdayPowell TribuneWeekend wrecks around Wyoming lead to the 22nd fatality along Wyo. HighwaysOil CityPowell Woman Dies In Two-Vehicle CrashK2 RadioDaily Journalall 14 news articles »
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3/23/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Northwest College's 2015 Juried Student Photo Show opens Tuesday, March 31, with an artists' reception at 7 p.m. in Northwest Gallery.
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3/23/2015
Law enforcement officials entered the Gilbert Street home around 7 a.m. — concluding a standoff with Weber that had lasted through the night — and found him unconscious, according to a news release from the Powell police department. Weber was ... Domestic Violence Suspect Apprehended after Stand Offmybighornbasinall 4 news articles »
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3/19/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — The man who kicked Cody soccer into a state powerhouse program is returning to teach the fundamentals of the game to coaches and parents in a two-part clinic.
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3/10/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Big Horn Basin residents interested in learning about the real science behind television shows like "Criminal Minds" and "CSI" and related careers in law enforcement are invited to enroll now for a three-night course starting Thursday, April 9, at Northwest College.
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3/9/2015
A Cody nurse stands charged with sexually assaulting a patient while she was unconscious and undergoing surgery earlier this year. The man was arrested Monday on a charge of first-degree sexual assault and made his first court appearance Tuesday morning in Park County Circuit Court in Cody. Circuit Court Judge Bruce Waters adopted the recommendation of Park County Prosecuting Attorney Bryan Skoric and set the man’s bail at $75,000 cash pending further proceedings. Charging documents say...
3/5/2015
It’s Trappers time! For the first time ever, the Northwest College men’s basketball team is hosting the Region IX tourney. Four games will be played today (Thursday), with tip-offs set for 1, 3, 5 and 7 p.m. The Trappers, on a 14-game winning streak and bearing a 27-4 record, 13-1 in conference play, will take on Western Nebraska in the final game of the evening. The Cougars handed NWC its first loss of the season on Nov. 1. Semifinal games are set for 5 and 7 p.m. Friday with the...
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3/5/2015
Council endorses staffer’s plan to guard against invasive insect Del Barton has a plan to protect Powell’s tree population. Barton, Powell’s Parks Department superintendent as well as the city arborist, presented a proposal to the Powell City Council Monday night on how to deal with possible widespread loss and damage to city-owned trees caused by an invasion of the emerald ash borer. He proposes treating and saving some while removing others at an initial cost of about $10,000. In a...
3/5/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Bruce Brown, a financial consultant with Manufacturing-Works, will show businesses how to improve "Efficiency through Innovation" in an all-day workshop Tuesday, March 24, at the Northwest College Center for Training and Development in Powell.
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3/5/2015
Mighty Mia earned her nickname when she was only hours old.  That’s when she defied the odds and lived, despite doctors’ belief that she had absolutely no chance to survive. Her parents, Dave and Lisa Kennedy, learned in October that an ultrasound showed that one of her kidneys was severely malformed, and the other was just a sliver of what it should have been. After diagnosing those problems on the ultrasound, doctors in Billings and Denver “pretty much told me ... chances of survival...
3/3/2015
After years of planning, work to build a new Willwood Bridge is about to get underway. The Wyoming Department of Transportation began seeking bids on the project last week. The department plans to open them March 12 and choose a contractor the following week. Construction on the new bridge over the Shoshone River will begin this year and likely be finished by fall 2016, said Cody Beers of Riverton, District 5 spokesman for the Transportation Department. It will be built a short...
3/3/2015
MEETEETSE — The lesson was conservation with a technology prize. For their project designed to save native Yellowstone cutthroat trout, Meeteetse Schools students and their teacher, Michael Power, earned a big technology payday for their school through a Samsung contest. More might be had with enough online votes. Their project was designing a fish screen to prevent cutthroats from entering an irrigation canal off Pickett Creek on the Pitchfork Ranch west of Meeteetse. Meeteetse Schools...
3/3/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — As Duane Fish was preparing to retire from nearly four decades of teaching at Northwest College, he dusted off his doctoral dissertation one more time to deliver a lecture at the 30th annual Casper College Humanities Festival Friday, Feb. 27.
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3/2/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Northwest College photography students invite the local community to view and bid on pieces of fine art photography to help finance medical costs for "Mighty Mia," infant granddaughter of Scott and Barbara Horton of Powell.
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2/27/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Some folk prefer to learn about "far away" lands without the trains, planes, buses and adventures of actual international travel. If that sounds like you, here’s your chance to visit the North Africa country of Algeria. The program gets underway at 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 11, in the Yellowstone Building Conference Center at Northwest College.
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2/27/2015
Couple married in 1933, has one of the longest marriages in the U.S. BYRON — On an autumn day in 1933, Ed and Jeri (Pryde) NeVille promised to love and cherish one another as husband and wife. They have kept that promise for more than 81 years. “It’s been a long time,” Jeri said. On Tuesday afternoon at their Byron home, the couple shared stories of their marriage and life together. They were married on Nov. 25, 1933. At the time, Franklin D. Roosevelt was in his first year as president...
2/26/2015
Sluice gates open to lower Shoshone River for study The Willwood Irrigation District took a gander at its dam last week. Two of three sluice gates are partially open on Willwood Dam to lower the Shoshone River on the upstream side so district employees can determine what repairs are needed for the sluice gates and examine sediment that’s been piling up there for years. (See related story below) From the downstream side of the dam, the water jets from gates like a horizontal fire...
2/26/2015
A presentation at Powell Middle School by retired U.S. Sen. Al Simpson was anything but a boring talk about politics. Using his trademark sense of humor, Simpson kept students laughing while telling them about his experiences in the Senate and talking about issues facing the Senate and the nation today. While waiting for teachers to get the microphone to work, Simpson told them his height, 6 feet 7 inches, and revealed his shoe size. “There it is,” he said, holding up one shoe-clad foot....
2/26/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — The Northwest College Board of Trustees will conduct its monthly meeting Monday, March 9, in Room 2034 of the NWC Cody Center.
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2/26/2015
CANYON VILLAGE — It’s a solitary existence, and that’s fine with Steve Fuller. He never feels alone. Fuller has been the winter keeper at Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park for 42 years. He was hired in 1973 and now works full-time at Canyon for Xanterra Parks and Resorts, Inc. “I’ve lived at Canyon year-round ever since,” Fuller said. “Seems like last week.” His nearest neighbors — 16 miles to the south at Yellowstone Lake — are National Park Service rangers and the only...
2/24/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Santa Fe and the Fat City Horns, long considered one of Las Vegas' crown jewels, will highlight the 32nd annual Northwest College Jazz Festival with a 4 p.m. concert Tuesday, March 10, at the Powell High School Auditorium.
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2/24/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — A step-by-step business development class starts Thursday, March 12, for people who are thinking about starting a business or growing an existing business. Business Building Blocks takes a systematic approach to entrepreneurship from refining the business concept to profitability.
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2/23/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Popular explorer and National Geographic writer Mark Jenkins returns to Powell Thursday, March 12, to talk about "Vietnam Underground: The Viet Cong, Spelunkers and the Biggest Cave on Earth." His presentation begins at 7 p.m. in the Yellowstone Building Conference Room at Northwest College.
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2/23/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Powell school children in third, fourth and fifth grades are invited to participate in a free Diversity Day from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, in the Yellowstone Building at Northwest College.
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2/19/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Former United Nations coordinator Ahmed Rhazaoui will be in Powell Thursday, March 5, to talk about "The Syrian Crisis, Refugees and Impact on Neighboring Countries." His presentation begins at 7 p.m. in Room 70 of the Fagerberg Building at Northwest College.
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2/19/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — Big Horn Basin residents can train to become emergency medical technicians in a three-month course beginning Monday, March 9, in Cody.
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2/17/2015
POWELL, Wyo. ─ An exhibit of work by eight ceramists from the Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana, opens Tuesday, Feb. 24, with a 7 p.m. artists' reception at Northwest Gallery in Powell.
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2/9/2015
POWELL, Wyoming —If traveling to China this month to kick off the Year of the Sheep isn't possible, local residents still have a chance to learn first-hand how the Lunar New Year is observed in a handful of Asian countries. The program gets underway at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 18, in the Yellowstone Building Conference Center at Northwest College.
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2/5/2015
POWELL, Wyo. ─ The V-day movement to stop violence against women takes center stage in Powell with a 7 p.m. performance of the "The Vagina Monologues" Friday, Feb. 13, in the Yellowstone Building Conference Room.
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2/2/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — "Queertessential," an artistic exploration of equality, opens with a 7 p.m. artist's reception Wednesday, Feb. 11, in Northwest College's SinClair Gallery.
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1/29/2015
POWELL, Wyoming — In today's world of ubiquitous electronic devices, human technologies are sometimes forgotten. Karen Roles will focus on those oft-forgotten skills in her Monday night class, "10 Human Technologies Tools for Achieving More in a Complex World."
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1/29/2015