Category: News

Clerk of court’s race heats up after incumbent withdraws

by karla pomeroy Four candidates have come forward to vie for the clerk of district court and current clerk of court Dori Noyes withdrew her name from among the candidates. The four candidates are Diane Nuttall of Greybull, current clerk

Late filers make three for council

by nathan oster Les Lowe and Jennifer Lowe entered the race for Greybull Town Council by filing their election papers at Town Hall on Friday — final day of the filing period for the Aug. 19 primary election. They join

Flood waters, concerns subside

FLOOD kedesh

by nathan oster There have been some tense moments around Shell and Hyattville, but for the most part it looks as though Big Horn County has dodged the bullet in terms of flooding associated with the spring runoff. Brent Godfrey,

Local couple to open ‘House Next Door’


by marlys good This “house next door” is not just any house, for anybody. This house, being renovated into two, two-bedroom apartments, will be for single mothers who need a place to live, a place they can afford, a place

Graham, Foley among early town filers

by nathan oster Greybull will have a race for mayor this fall after both Bob Graham and Myles Foley officially filed their paperwork with the town in the first few days of the filing period. Both men are currently on

Chamber hopes aviation museum gives economy a lift

WEB Airplane

by nathan oster Hoping to better tap into the flow of tourist dollars, the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce is making progress in its efforts to open an aviation museum at the South Big Horn County Airport. Selena Brown, who

Board approves tentative budgets

by nathan oster The Big Horn County School District No. 3 board of trustees on Tuesday approved tentative budget numbers for the school district itself, the recreation district and the new BOCES with Northwest College for the 2013-14 school year.

Commissioners at odds over public health

by karla pomeroy The Big Horn County commissioners last fall wanted to ensure that no county employee was supervised by a state employee, especially when it came to public health. With legislation enacted this year making that possible, two of

Council puts $1,500 toward fireworks

by nathan oster The fireworks campaign is $1,500 closer to its goal, thanks to the Greybull Town Council. Councilman Myles Foley, who is leading the campaign on behalf of the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce, had set a goal of

Filing window opens for town, county seats

by nathan oster The filing period for the offices to be voted upon in the Aug. 19 primary election is now open. Two of the three seats on the Big Horn County Commission will be up for grabs this year.