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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Powell High School
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Abby Landwehr | March 5, 2021

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This project was created as a Call to Action Project for the 2020 Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference. Wyoming representative and PHS Prowl editor Abby Landwehr wrote her…

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For Crying Out Cloud
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Bailey Phillips | March 4, 2021

It looks like Jule Styne was right; the weather outside is frightful, and even more so than it was in 1945 when his wintry classic was composed.

A record-breaking cold front blasted the United States…

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Tackling Gender Roles
Sports

Lucyjane Crimm | February 3, 2021

Social boundaries are meant to be broken. And that’s exactly what the Women’s National Football Conference is doing for women’s sports. While movements like these seem more prominent in more populated…

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Pipeline Drips With Controversy
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Tegan Lovelady | January 29, 2021

It’s a sweet Saturday morning. The sun is shining and most working class people are enjoying their normal weekend off. They are used to the smell of coffee and pancakes filling their nose on Saturday….

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#RALLYFORRYLIE
Features

Lucyjane Crimm | January 14, 2021

In the midst of a global pandemic, it can be forgotten that while lives continue on, so do hardships. But now a community has rallied together to help a young girl by the name of Rylie Wambeke.
“Rylie…

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The Vote Heard Around the World
Features

Abby Landwehr | November 10, 2020

As the popular saying goes, the grass is greener on the other side. But what color (yes, color without a u) does America’s grass look like to other countries right now?

The 2020 presidential election,…

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‘CAP-KWONDO’
Features

Addy Moretti | November 4, 2020

Your real strength comes from being the best “you” you can be. So who are you? What are you good at? What do you love? What makes you “you”?

-Po (Kung Fu Panda 3)

Many in this day and age…

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Quiet Halls and Longer Days
Coronavirus

Rachel Kuntz | May 22, 2020

First, the cancellation of sports practices and activities.

Next, a three-week spring break.

And then, the cancellation of all spring events and the transition to remote learning.

No one could…

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News Analysis: What are Your Rights?
Coronavirus

Emerson Wormald | May 5, 2020

WARNING: FOR THE SAFETY OF U.S. CITIZENS AND TO LIMIT THE SPREAD OF THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS, THIS ESTABLISHMENT MUST BE CLOSED IMMEDIATELY. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN LEGAL ACTION.

In early March,…

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Senior Year, Senior Fears
Coronavirus

Lauren Lejeune | March 30, 2020

Powell High School’s “extended spring break” still has another week to go. Students were wondering the week of March 23-27 what April 6, the projected date for school to begin, would  bring for…

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ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL: THE PANTHER NATION
Sports

Emerson Wormald | November 26, 2019

The power of one. The brotherhood forged through their teammate Ethan Asher. Could it be that a semi-final upset in Cody was preordained only for the mere fact of reuniting a team with the player who’s…

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Sorry not sorry
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Abby Landwehr | November 13, 2019

Turns out that going a day without saying “sorry” for mishaps that are not your fault is not as easy as it seems.

About a week or two ago, a friend told me I apologize too much. Immediately my reflex…

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Standing in the promise
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Lauren Lejeune | October 8, 2019

About a month ago, I started my last year of high school full of anticipation for the upcoming school year, something I hadn’t had for a long time. This was the last year I’d be a student at Powell…

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FIGHT OAR DIE
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Rachel Kuntz | April 18, 2019

The waves hit the boat aggressively while the scorching sun scalds the four men by the minute, but nevertheless, they take it stroke by stroke. And with each stroke, they reach closer to their destination,…

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