Category: News

Town, school continue work on pool pact

by nathan oster   The first two days of this week produced a number of new developments, but no official action from either the Greybull Town Council, which met Monday night at Town Hall, or the Big Horn County School

REACH Air Medical Services touches down in Greybull

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by nathan oster REACH Air Medical Services has touched down in the Bighorn Basin, establishing a medical helicopter base in Cody earlier this week and positioning itself to open a fixed-wing airplane base at the South Big Horn County Airport

Peterson: Cut more before dipping into savings

  By David Peck When the 2016 budget session of the Wyoming Legislature convenes next Monday, lawmakers will face a severe revenue shortfall that will make forging a budget for the 2016-18 biennium a challenge, Sen. Ray Peterson (R-Cowley) said

Mead opposes school, local government funding cuts


by nathan oster While conceding the dire outlook for the state’s economy — “in a word, it’s bad,” he said — Gov. Matt Mead told a gathering of journalists Friday afternoon in Casper that he opposes cuts in local government funding

Pool survey going out this week

by nathan oster A public opinion survey went in the mail Tuesday to every registered household in Big Horn County School District No. 3, asking them to weigh in on a proposal to build an outdoor swimming pool on the

‘Swiss Cheese’ Pontiac to be auctioned in Arizona


By Marlys Good The 1963 “Swiss Cheese” Catalina Pontiac once owned by Greybull’s Allen “Cub” Collingwood will go on the auction block later this month in Scottsdale, Ariz. The car was one of just 14 lighter and faster cars designed

Pool survey in the works

by nathan oster The Greybull Town Council is going to survey its residents about their feelings about a potential outdoor swimming pool before committing the time and expense that will be required to get the issue put on the ballot.

Administrator’s health crisis prompts board to step up

by nathan oster South Big Horn County Hospital District board members have agreed to temporarily assume greater responsibilities in day-to-day operations after their longtime administrator, Jackie Claudson, suffered what has been described as a “medical event” Dec. 29 at her

Custom costume shop opens downtown

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by nathan oster Like much of the country, Dave and Carol Fairbanks were caught up in the hype of the release of the new “Star Wars” movie. As of Tuesday, they’d seen the blockbuster three times, most recently at Big

Community response to giving programs ‘awesome, incredible’

by marlys good The community’s response to the annual giving programs was as generous this year as it was last year. Browsers and buyers stepping in and out of the doors at the Herb Asp Community Center Saturday, Dec. 5,