Category: News

Brown resignation creates school board vacancy

by nathan oster The resignation of Selena Brown from the Big Horn County School District No. 3 board of trustees has created an opportunity for anyone thinking about a run for school board this fall to give the position a

Attend HATS VIII; win a trip for 5-day Pacific Coastal Cruise

by marlys good Something new has been added to this year’s Hands Across the Saddle fundraiser. Everyone who purchases a ticket and walks through the doors at the Herb Asp Community Center Saturday evening will be handed a complimentary ticket

Hansen retiring July 1 after 44 years as “parts man”


by marlys good Today the business on North Sixth Street is known as O’Reilly Auto Parts. Back in the early 1940s it was Keefe Auto Supply until purchased by Ben and Willie Minter to become Minter Auto Supply in 1953.

Landfill rep pledges to hold line on fees

by nathan oster Carl Olson, a representative of the Big Horn County Solid Waste Board, got a short and sweet answer when he put the question of what he could do to help members of the Greybull Town Council on

Sixth PEAKS to Conga fundraiser June 25

The sixth annual PEAKS to Conga bicycle ride is Saturday, June 25. The fully-supported 68-mile bicycle ride from Cody to Shell raises funds to support cancer patients in the Big Horn Basin. Volunteers help PEAKS (People Everywhere Are Kind &

Greybull tradition closing its doors

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by marlys good One of the cornerstones of Greybull’s business district, Probst Western Store, founded in 1945 and owned and operated by three generations of the Probst family for the past 71 years, is closing its doors. There is no

Get ready for the Days of ’49


by nathan oster “All Roads Lead to the Days of ‘49” is the theme of Greybull’s annual summer celebration which opens today (Thursday, June 9) with duck and kayak races as well as the annual tug-of-war competition in front of

WBC recommends funding for Greybull business park

by nathan oster A $900,000 grant that will allow the Town of Greybull to proceed with the paving of streets in its new business park was among the $7.6 million in Business Ready Community grants and loans recommended for approval

Laird benefit planned for Saturday

Family and friends of the late Brendon Laird will come together on Saturday — exactly two years removed from his tragic accident on June 4, 2014 — to remember the life he lived and raise scholarship money for young people in south

Jones sculpture finds permanent home in front of Greybull library

JONES with statue

by marlys good “Growth and Life Where There Appear to be None,“ a Colorado Yule marble and steel sculpture created by GHS grad Hillary Jones, has found a permanent home in front of the Greybull Library/Museum. A pad for the