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Sheep at the Schatz’s ranch last March. Agriculture and livestock, like these sheep, are a big part of Wyoming's economy.

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Abby Landwehr, Prowl Editor
March 4, 2021
 Large stalactites and stalagmites are now included in the brand new world generation, and new bioluminescent lichen to make the large formations visible.

CAVES, CLIFFS AND CONTROVERSY

Charlie Larsen, Prowl Reporter
March 3, 2021
A snow-covered porch in Clark exhibits just how much snowfall there was this February.

FOR CRYING OUT CLOUD

Bailey Phillips, Prowl Reporter/Copy Editor
March 3, 2021
Shamrock shake displayed in the McDonalds parking lot on Feb. 24.

SHAKE IT UP

Jordyn Schuler, Prowl Reporter
March 2, 2021
Junior Aiden Chandler prepares for a speech meet from his Powell home.

HOMECOURT ADVANTAGE

Aiden Chandler, Prowl Reporter
February 26, 2021
As the use of technology has skyrocketed in recent years, fewer people are buying, reading and enjoying books.

READING: HOT or NOT?

Chase Anderson, Prowl reporter
February 14, 2021
Popular cryptocurrency manufacturers including Bitcoin, Litecoin and Etherum are dominating the newly developed crypto-market. The industry is skyrocketing as more and more individuals invest in the market, including teens.

DIME FOR A DOLLAR

Chase Anderson, Prowl Reporter
February 4, 2021
PHS freshman Waycee Harvey gets her lunch card scanned by Mrs. Sue Skalsky while getting lunch. Previously, students would type in their ID numbers on a keypad, but in an effort to adhere to Covid-19 guidelines, students now use scannable cards to minimize physical interaction.

THE MASHED POTATO SCOOP

Alexis Terry, Prowl Reporter
February 2, 2021
Steph Curry, who scored 62 points earlier this season, revolutionized the NBA with his iconic 3-point shooting.

THREE POINT G.O.A.T.?

Maddie Campbell, Prowl Reporter
January 29, 2021
Protesters line up next to the Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline, which is designed to transport up to 2.1 Bcf/d of natural gas through approximately 430 miles of 42-inch pipeline from the Waha Hub in West Texas to the U.S. Gulf Coast and Mexico markets. A few of their signs read, “No, Thank you.” “Hands off, Kinder Morgan!” “You can’t eat money, you can’t drink oil.”

PIPELINE DRIPS WITH CONTROVERSY

Tegan Lovelady, Prowl Associate Editor, Web Editor
January 29, 2021
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