Category: News

Merry Christmas from ‘Bate Gordon’

by marlys good John Madsen’s most memorable Christmas memories go back to the 1950s, when his father, Earl Madsen, owned the Gambles Store, that was sandwiched between the Greybull Market and Harry Kimbell’s Helenary Shop and across the street from

Town, school officials to decide whether pool lands on ballot

by nathan oster Before a proposal to build an outdoor pool is put to voters, officials from the Town of Greybull and Big Horn County School District No. 3 will need to sign off on a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)

Town tweaks sanitation increases

by nathan oster The Town of Greybull’s utility customers will see increases in their monthly sewer and water rates starting next month — and a similar hike in their monthly sanitation assessment might not be far behind. All of the changes

CCW wraps up Christmas tradition


by marlys good Peanut brittle, divinity, caramels, Almond Roca and peanut butter balls are just a few of the delicious homemade candies the community expects to find covering several tables at the annual holiday craft bazaar at Herb Asp Community

Task force says “no” to the closure of the WRC

By Kynli Smith Around twenty community members, community leaders, and Wyoming Retirement Center residents and employees met with Rep. Lloyd Larson, R-Lander and the co-chairman of the Joint Legislative – Executive Task Force on Department of Health Facilities, Wednesday at

Shop local, win prizes

by nathan oster With the Holidazzle now just a matter of days away, the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging local shoppers to sign their receipts from local stores and get them submitted in the drawing for some special

Cheatham looks to the skies

CHEATHAM with plane

by marlys good Glenn Cheatham, son of Jason and Shalene Cheatham of Greybull and a senior at GHS, has a couple of things not many 18-year-olds have. He has a pilot’s license, which he obtained on Oct. 19, 2015, and

County considering security upgrades on fairgrounds

by tammy thornberry Big Horn County Maintenance Supervisor Fred Werner discussed security issues at the fairgrounds with the county commissioners at their regular monthly meeting Nov. 17. Werner reported a new system is being installed that requires people to use

Friends of the WRC work to spare facility

By Kynli Smith The first Friends of the Wyoming Retirement Center meeting, held Sunday in Basin, attracted more than 20 people from across the Big Horn Basin and featured considerable discussion on what would happen if the WRC closes. The

County, B&G still at odds over taxes

by tammy thornberry A public hearing concerning a property tax issue within Big Horn County resulted in no action being taken by the State Board of Equalization which conducted the hearing by conference call. B&G Industries LLC, located at the