Category: News

Art in the Dark winners announced

by nathan oster More than 150 people cast votes for people’s choice in Friday’s annual Art in the Dark exhibit at the Historic Hotel Greybull. In the end, the winner was entry by Cesar Garay, titled “The Nameless,” which showed

Vision for new GMS still evolving

by nathan oster CTA has reached the 35-percent mark in its design of the new Greybull Middle School. Jim Baldwin, the project manager, Jim Beal, the principal in charge and project designer, and Karen Kelly, the education project leader, shared

For homeowners, tension followed by relief

Greybull flooding photo by Lisa Kunkel Photography

Chuck and Tina Spragg got a bird’s eye view of the events that occurred Sunday, March 9 when ice jammed to the tip-top of Greybull’s dike, threatening to go up and over.  The Spraggs’ home at 317 10th Ave. N.

Homes on north end hit from 2 sides

by nathan oster If, in fact, the worst of the ice jams and flooding are behind us, then the homes belonging to Joe and K.C. Yarborough, and alongside of them to Lavone Castro and Leona Foulk, will probably go down

Ice jams on Big Horn cause extensive flooding

An ice jam has triggered flooding and put town residents on alert this afternoon in Greybull. Photo by Lisa Kunkel.

by nathan oster It was the day when everyone, it seemed, went to see the river. Sunday, March 9, 2014 won’t soon be forgotten — a day of shock, anxiety, concern … and ultimately, relief from Mother Nature herself in a

Library director gives 30-day notice

by karla pomeroy Big Horn County Library Director and Basin Branch Manager Nancy Venable tendered her resignation Friday. Venable delivered the resignation to the Big Horn County commissioners and the Big Horn County Library Board prior to their special meeting

Community Hall project topic of meeting

by nathan oster A public hearing on the town’s plan to apply for a grant to renovate the Herb Asp Community Center passed quietly on Thursday night, as no one other than town and recreation district staff and board members

Greybull, Shell firefighters raising funds

by nathan oster The Greybull and Shell volunteer fire departments are planning special fundraisers for the early part of March. Members of the Greybull Volunteer Fire Department will be going door to door to solicit funds from the community on

Chamber reorganizes, ends UPS service

by nathan oster The Greybull Chamber of Commerce used its February meeting to plot a new course for the organization, which last month parted ways with its longtime executive director. Selena Brown, who is volunteering during this period transition for

$3.3 billion budget passes third reading

By Patti Carpenter A video camera on every school bus, an 80-mile-per-hour speed limit on certain roads, increased funding for senior centers, the entire budget for the state and an abundance of other items were considered this week during the