Category: News

Senior center moves meals to Elks

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by nathan oster With renovations underway in their own building, South Big Horn County Senior Citizens has begun serving meals at the Greybull Elks Lodge. The first lunches were served there on Tuesday, Sept. 13 and it’s unknown how long

Come help observe Holy Spirit Week

The First Baptist Church in Greybull (400 First Ave. S.) will host Holy Spirit Week Monday, Sept. 12 through Friday, Sept. 16 with nightly sessions starting at 7 p.m. Pastors from five community churches will be the featured speakers. Kicking

Collingwood, Van Dyke won’t face challenge in council reelection bids

by nathan oster Like John King before him, John Koller has declined a write-in nomination to join the race for a four-year term on the Greybull Town Council, meaning there will be just one contested municipal seat on the general

Nine candidates file for school board

by nathan oster A flurry of last-minute filing activity has set the stage for a very competitive school board election this fall in Greybull. There are four seats up for election this year in Big Horn County School District No.

Graham says ‘yes,’ King ‘no’ to write-in bids for council

by nathan oster At least one incumbent will face a challenge this November in the race to fill the three expiring seats on the Greybull Town Council. Bob Graham, a former town councilman and mayor, has accepted a write-in nomination

Busy weekend for Search & Rescue teams

by barbara anne greene Search and Rescue teams were busy over the weekend with three separate incidents on the Big Horn Mountains. The first involved a 12-year-old boy from Powell who got separated from his boy scout troop while hiking

Graham, King top write-in candidates

by nathan oster The Big Horn County Clerk’s Office has announced that John King and Bob Graham received the most write-in votes and have been given the first chance to jump into the race for expiring seats on the Greybull

McCoy takes over as chamber director

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by nathan oster Marilyn McCoy, the new executive director of the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce, shouldn’t have a problem selling the many attributes of the community to tourists or business leaders looking for a place to relocate. In just

County voter turnout set at 60 percent

by nathan oster Sixty percent of the registered voters in Big Horn County went to the polls in last week’s primary election, and while that puts it on par, percentagewise, with the turnout of the most recent primaries, it’s somewhat

Flitner runs away with GOP House race

by nathan oster Jamie Flitner of Shell was a landslide winner in Tuesday’s primary election, garnering 70 percent of the votes cast to earn the Republican nomination for the expiring House District 26 seat now held by Elaine Harvey of