Category: News

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,

Lots to do on Holidazzle Saturday

by nathan oster Downtown Greybull will be transformed into a winter wonderland for Saturday’s Holdazzle celebration, which runs from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Greybull, the event features special

Line break turns out the lights

by nathan oster There is no such thing as a good time for a power outage, but the one that sent local residents scurry for back-up heat sources during the early morning hours on Friday came at one of the

Hospital introduces new doctor

by barbara anne greene He fell in love with Wyoming as a teenager when he worked on a ranch west of Cody. He bought his first adult pair of cowboy boots from Wayne’s Boots. He had dreams of returning to

Winter comes rumbling in

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by nathan oster Winter rolled in like a lion this week, bringing significant snowfall and far below average temperatures to towns and cities across the Big Horn Basin. Chris Jones, a warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service in

Antelope Butte fundraiser generates more than $32k

This past Saturday, the Antelope Butte Foundation (ABF) hosted a fundraiser, “Butte-ify the Big Horns,” a fundraiser for the Antelope Butte Foundation, raised over $32,000 from generous donors. Attended by over 200 residents, it was the community’s first detailed look

Giving programs open for business

by marlys good’ With “Black Friday” just around the corner, and the frenzy of holiday shopping beckoning people to “get it” in time for Christmas, people are reminded of the numerous ongoing programs right here in Greybull that go far

Modulars to ease overcrowding at GES

by nathan oster Two new modular classrooms that were brought in to ease the overcrowding at the Greybull Elementary School are in the process of being adapted for their intended purposes and could be in use by sometime next month.

GHS student appointed to Naval Academy


by marlys good For the majority of GHS students, Oct. 21 was just an ordinary day. But for McKenna Powers the “ordinary” day turned into something very special. “I was in the girls bathroom when I got a text from