Category: News

Anders sacrifice won’t be forgotten

by nathan oster Mabry Anders may be gone, but he hasn’t been forgotten. Earlier this month, a group of motorcyclists on a 2,000-mile trek that stretched from the West Coast to Mount Rushmore made a stop in Greybull to honor

Lipp wins 4-way race for district court clerk

by nathan oster Serena Lipp spent the night of the primary election at her mother’s house, surrounded by her family. Fitting, she says, because her victory in the four-person race for clerk of the district court wouldn’t have been possible

Carrizalez, Hyde end Grant’s run on commission

by karla pomeroy After 16 years, there will be a new commissioner for Big Horn County with longtime commissioner Keith Grant losing out to Felix Carrizales and John Hyde in his bid for a fifth term during Tuesday’s primary election.

Foley tops Graham by 46 votes

by nathan oster Myles Foley established himself as the frontrunner in the race for Greybull mayor, outpolling Bob Graham by 46 votes in Tuesday’s general election. Foley, owner of the Historic Hotel Greybull, received 304 votes, or 54 percent. Graham,

Johnson visits to promote One Book Wyo.

by barbara anne greene When Walt Longmire series author Craig Johnson of Ucross committed to a One Book Wyoming tour he told the State Library that he would do up to three stops per county. The State Library chose Johnson’s

School adds new staffers, preps for new year

by nathan oster It’s back-to-school time in Big Horn County School District No. 3. Staff members who hadn’t already done so went back to work this week in preparation for the arrival of students on Tuesday, Aug. 19 — the first

Three file for hospital board

by nathan oster Several candidates have already thrown their hats into the ring for the various special district board seats that will appear on the November general election ballot. As of 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, three people had filed for

Livestock sale total soars above $200,000

by nathan oster This year’s Big Horn County Junior Livestock Sale was one of the best ever, as the 149 animals that were put up by their owners fetched $224,117.75, plus another $16,000 to $18,000 in total add-ons. The total

Help HATS help others by attending fundraiser

The stage and sound system are ready, the tables arranged, menu set and entertainers, headliner Gary Mule Deer and pre-event/dinner musicians Pat Erickson and Lilly Cruise, are on their way to Greybull for Saturday’s sixth annual Hands Across the Saddle

Nugent, Vallely rally Tea Partiers

TEA Ted wide

by nathan oster Rob DiLorenzo set the stage for Saturday’s Big Horn Basin Tea Party picnic, reminding attendees that the fundamental mission of the movement is to get voters to Take Education Action. Guest speakers Paul Vallely, a retired Army