Category: News

Murdoch to reign as Holidazzle grand marshal

DAWN with family, towners

by marlys good Dawn Murdoch was crowned grand marshal of the Greybull Holidazzle celebration, which is Friday evening in downtown Greybull. The crowning took place Monday at the family business, Murdoch Oil Inc. Up to that point, Monday was just

More events added to Holidazzle lineup

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by nathan oster With just a little over a week to go, plans for the Greybull Holidazzle continue to expand, with new events being added every day to make the three-hour celebration on the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 12 more

Bazaar offers unique shopping opportunity

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by marlys good Greybull’s annual Christmas Craft Bazaar gets bigger and better every year. This year there will be 68 vendors manning tables at the Herb Asp Community Center and 13 vendors hawking their products at tables set up in

Building focus turns inside to arena design

By karla pomeroy With the building construction underway, the fair multi-purpose building committee is looking to finish designs for the arena. At Monday’s fair board meeting, Casey Sorenson said a representative from Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment was provided a

Giving programs launched for holidays

The Salvation Army, Food Pantry, Toys for Tots, Angel Tree, Christmas Baskets … just five ways that people can share the spirit of Christmas. The Salvation Army will have bell ringers manning the familiar “black kettles” in front of the

Thanksgiving with a different twist

by marlys good “Over the river and through the woods,” an old-time Thanksgiving song supposedly sung on the way to “grandmother’s house” evokes sugar-coated memories of beautifully-laid tables, cornucopia centerpieces, family members waiting for the patriarch to carve the turkey,

County attorney-elect outlines transition plan

by karla pomeroy Big Horn County Attorney-elect Kim Adams outlined a portion of her transition plan to the Big Horn County commissioners last week. “I’m excited for the next four years. I’ve come up with a way that I feel

Traffic studies on county roads bring surprises

By KARLA POMEROY Some surprises but overall valuable information was obtained from the 15 road studies conducted late summer and this fall in Big Horn County. Engineer Willie Bridges submitted a report on all of the traffic studies to the

‘Get ‘er Done’ attendees like customer training idea

by nathan oster Cold temperatures and snow likely contributed to the poor turnout for the Get ‘er Done open house Saturday at the Herb Asp Community Center. Fewer than 10 people attended the meeting, which was intended to gauge support

County voter turnout set at 71 percent

by nathan oster With highly competitive municipal races on the ballot, Lovell and Basin recorded some of the highest voter turnout percentages in Big Horn County in the Nov. 4 general election, according to figures provided by the clerk’s office.