by nathan oster With a little better free-throw shooting, Greybull Middle School’s top eighth-grade team might have gone undefeated last week. Instead, it had to settle for a still very solid 2-1, posting wins over Lovell and Rocky Mountain after a narrow one-point loss to Cody earlier in the week.
Derby future mulled After accepting the resignation of demolition derby organizer, the Big Horn County Fair Board discussed options for the Sunday afternoon entertainment at next year’s county fair. Demolition Derby organizer Timmy Kennedy came to the Big Horn County Fair Board Monday to discuss the notary bill that
by marlys good “Camelot,” “Annie,” “Working,” “The Music Man,” “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” … just a few of the plays performed in the past 23 years through the cooperation of Big Horn County School District No. 3 and the Greybull Fine Arts Council. For the first time in 23
by nathan oster and jade smith A brainstorming session that brought together in one room owners of local lodging establishments and chamber of commerce officials produced several fresh ideas for promoting Greybull to tourists around the globe. Sue Anderson, who in her role as the executive director of the Greybull
by marlys good Suzen Yarborough will open her new shop, Suzy’s Boutique, located at 16 S. Fifth St. on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. The boutique will feature clothing, designer wear, jewelry and accessories, purses, shoes, home décor, and much more. Yarborough said her merchandise is “a good quality,