Category: News

Schools to gain some, lose some, including Menke

by nathan oster The Big Horn County School District No. 3 made a number of personnel moves Tuesday night as it works to set its staff for the 2014-15 school year. Topping the list of the comings and goings were

Ice jam leaves area better prepared for runoff

by nathan oster Three years after the floods of 2011, and just a matter of weeks removed from the ice jams on the Big Horn River that caused flooding between Worland and Greybull, local emergency managers feel like they are

Ten seek spot on library board

By KARLA POMEROY The Big Horn County commissioners will interview all 10 library board candidates. The commissioners decided Tuesday that interviews will be on April 14, starting at 2:30. Interviews are anticipated to be about 15 minutes each. They will

Patricia Doris LaDuke

Feb. 26, 1945 – March 23, 2014 No services are planned for Patricia Doris LaDuke, 69, of Basin, who died Sunday, March 23, at her home in Basin. Patricia was born Feb. 26, 1945, in Detroit, the daughter of Charles

Junior Prom to be ‘Black Tie Affair’

Greybull High School students and their escorts will dance the night away on Saturday (at least from 9 p.m. until midnight) in the Greybull Middle School Gym at the 2014 Junior Prom. It promises to be a true “Black Tie

Helicopter roundup gets attention of horse advocates


By Patti Carpenter In spite of efforts by the Cloud Foundation, an advocacy organization for wild horses based in Colorado, approximately 40 stray horses on BLM land north of Greybull were rounded up by helicopters and are currently being held

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