Category: News

Police investigating random attack on walk path

A woman in her 30s suffered numerous scratches and abrasions late Sunday night in what Greybull Police Chief Bill Brenner is calling the worst act of random violence that he has seen in his 15 years of law enforcement in Greybull.

Summer Festival a first step for ABF

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by nathan oster “Every journey starts with a single step.” Long attributed to the Chinese philosopher Confucius, the saying fits perfectly in describing last weekend’s Antelope Butte Summer Festival in the Big Horn Mountains. Whether it was a runner breaking

Council orders 3 new sedans for police department

by nathan oster The Greybull Police Department will soon be getting new vehicles, but not the number or body style that they requested during this year’s budget talks. Council members on Monday decided the several-month-long, Sedan vs. SUV debate on

Learning never stops at Buffalo Ranch

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by nathan oster It’s been another busy and productive summer at the Buffalo Ranch, where coordinator Dean Waddell and his team of young workers are providing the tender, loving care required to produce a bumper crop of produce for the

WYDOT projects more than $40 million in BHC projects during next five years

by nathan oster The Wyoming Department of Transportation is proposing more than $40 million in highway upgrades within Big Horn County in the draft version of its State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), which was unveiled during a June 22 meeting

Construction ends, moving begins at GMS

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by nathan oster Big Horn County School District No. 3 employees spent the early part of this week moving boxes into the new middle school after the primary contractor, Sletten Construction, reached substantial completion of the project on Friday. “We

New business draws on building’s bijou past

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by marlys good Stroll through the doors of Greybull’s newest enterprise, Crazy Woman Territory, home of Crazy Woman Trading Post, the Hen House and Salon Bijou, and you’ll find yourself literally walking on a part of Greybull’s past. A portion

Big win for Obamacare, Wyomingites keep subsidies

by patti carpenter Like a cat with nine lives Obamacare has, once again, survived a near death experience with last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to uphold subsidies in states that opted not to set up their own health insurance

Recipients of Easterly award announced

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by nathan oster The first recipients of a lifetime’s worth of Wyoming fishing and small game hunting privileges, courtesy of a memorial fund set up to honor Tom Easterly and Wayne Johnson, are a pair of Greybull High School students,

Wirtzberger joins school board

by nathan oster The Big Horn County School District No. 3 board of trustees on Wednesday tapped Michael Wirtzberger to fill the seat vacated by Dave Haller until the next school board election in November of 2016. Wirtzberger was one