Category: News

2013 in Review: July through December

JULY Jensen elected U.S. senator at Boys State Logan Jensen, American Legion Post 32’s delegate to Wyoming Boys State, won election to the U.S. Senate, which was one of the most prestigious offices filled by high school students during the

2013 in Review: January through June

JANUARY Murdoch’s win home lighting contest The Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its holiday home decorating and lighting contest — and the top two finishers should come as no big surprise to longtime readers of the

Fair mulls demo derby or Monster Truck rally

by karla pomeroy Fair entertainment was the main topic of discussion at Monday’s fair board meeting including demolition derby versus Monster Truck event, free concert and prices for grandstand events. The board was approached with a request from Security State

Assessment follow-up meeting Jan. 22

by nathan oster The Town of Greybull has announced the date and time of the follow-up meeting with the resource team that conducted the community assessment last fall for the Wyoming Business Council. The meeting will be held Wednesday, Jan.

Schematic design offers glimpse of new GMS

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by nathan oster The vision for Greybull’s new middle school is coming into focus. Karen Kelly and Jim Beal, representatives of CTA Architects Engineers shared a schematic design for the building, to be constructed in the open space between the

Wyoming at heart, Keisel beloved by Pittsburgh fans

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by randy tucker The rush of reporters surrounding him said more about his character and career than any of his already impressive statistics.  Greybull’s Brett Keisel is at a crossroads in his football career. The 35-year-old former Buff played perhaps

Legion in position to start building renovations

by nathan oster American Legion Post No. 32 Commander Paul Linse has announced that renovations to the Legion Hall building on North Fifth Street are expected to begin soon. Donations from American Legion members and individuals from the community now

Christmas worship services set

In keeping with the true spirit of the season, area churches have scheduled special services beginning Dec. 22 and extending through Dec. 31. Greybull First Presbyterian Church: Christmas Eve, 9 p.m. communion, carols, candlelight; choral reading “Journey to Bethlehem” by

Tip leads to lockdown of local schools

by nathan oster Greybull school buildings were placed on lockdown status for about 30 minutes on Tuesday morning after the high school received a tip from the office of Big Horn County Attorney Michelle Burns that a student might pose

Hansen is Holidazzle grand marshall

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by marlys good Marion Hansen, owner of the Uptown Café, has been selected as the grand marshal of the 2013 Holidazzle parade. “She was very surprised,” said Hansen‘s daughter, Joni when her mother was presented with a bouquet of flowers,