Category: News

Pool plan pitched to school board

by nathan oster A committee trying to get an outdoor pool built in Greybull tried to bring members of the Big Horn County School District No. 3 board of education into their camp last week as they began a push

Town rate changes generating little input

by nathan oster The Greybull Town Council on Monday held its first of three scheduled public meetings on proposed utility rate changes which, if approved, would result in some significant monthly increases for its customers. No one from the public

Artist Hanson to be honored Saturday in Basin

by barbara anne greene Artist Ann Hanson may not have been born in Wyoming, but the state and its residents would gladly claim her as one of their own, given her many contributions since she moved to Casper with her

Library open house to honor Hanson

by nathan oster Few in the community have done more philanthropic work than Ann Hanson, the Shell artist whose paintings have appeared on magazine covers and hang on the walls of prestigious art galleries around the world. Always willing to

Homecoming week underway

HC Royals

Parade starts at 12:15 p.m. Friday by nathan oster Homecoming is in full swing this week at Greybull High School, where dress-up days and lunch-hour fun give way to more spectator friendly events starting today. This year’s theme is “Buff

County officials consider security upgrades in aftermath of break-ins

by tammy thornberry Big Horn County Maintenance Supervisor Fred Werner reported to the county commissioners that the south end library had been burglarized. He said entry was gained through an upper window but after construction is completed on the building

Avery to be inducted into Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame

Morris Avery WAHF inductee

By marlys good The late Morris Avery will be inducted into the Wyoming Aviation Hall of Fame in a public ceremony to be held Friday, Sept. 18, at 3 p.m. at the Greybull Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting. Visitors

Tularemia more widespread this year, say vets

By Steva Dooley A disease we hear about but rarely see in humans or even in those animals we have contact with has invaded Wyoming this year with a vengeance. Tularemia, commonly called “rabbit fever” or “deer fly fever,” has

Task force plans for WRC still a mystery

Kynli Smith Community members, residents, employees and legislators expressed their concern and confusion about the plans of the Joint Legislative-Executive Task Force on Department of Health Facilities and how they would affect the Wyoming Retirement Center during a task force

Task force weighs options on state facilities

By Kynli Smith The Joint Executive and Legislative Task Force is still weighing options about the future of the Wyoming State Hospital, the Wyoming Life and Resource Center and the Wyoming Retirement Center. According to the task force’s November 2014