Best of Wyoming
2:10 pm
Thu May 30, 2013

Northwest College Outdoor Program – Powell

Northwest College Outdoor Program

It’s called adventure education for a reason. You’ll immerse yourself in beautiful Yellowstone country, taking only one class at a time in NWC’s Outdoor FOCUS. You’ll learn:

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Best of Wyoming
1:34 pm
Wed May 29, 2013

Heart Mountain – Powell

Okumoto Collection, HMWF

The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation (HMWF) was formed in 1996, and in August 2011, completed the construction and opening of a world-class Interpretive Center  located on the site of an internment camp for Japanese and Japanese Americans near Powell, Wyoming. The Heart Mountain Relocation Center opened in August 1942 and imprisoned more than 14,000 people during its three-year existence.

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Best of Wyoming
4:48 pm
Tue May 7, 2013

Homesteader Museum - Powell

Homesteader Museum

Celebrating one of the nation’s first Reclamation Land and Dam Projects, the Homesteader Museum features the pioneering spirit that built a western town and turned barren sagebrush fields into fertile land.  With hundreds of exciting vintage displays, the museum has been described as “the best hidden treasure in Wyoming!” Step into homesteader cabins, let your kids climb aboard the Burlington Northern caboose and experience exhibits that will take you back in time.

Come learn about Homesteading History!

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Open Spaces
8:12 pm
Fri January 13, 2012


Students at Powell Middle School are encouraged to fill out one of these hot pink forms if they see or are victimized by bullying.
Rebecca Martinez
8:01 am
Fri November 11, 2011

Fundraising launched for Powell economic group

A drive is under way to raise $600,000 to fund an economic development organization in Powell.

Organizers say the Powell Economic Partnership's mission is to unite the business community and government to create wealth, jobs and support the quality of life in the Powell Valley.

LeAnne Kindred, chairwoman of the partnership's board, says the group's first priority would be to facilitate growth and development of existing businesses, and then recruit new, complementary businesses to Powell.

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