Category: News

Frisbee golf course expands across river


By jaycie cheatham The executive director of The SHACK is inviting the community to check out its new Frisbee golf course. David Bottom said the course is located on the west side of the Big Horn River going south of

Harvey not running for re-election

  By Patti Carpenter Rep. Elaine Harvey of Lovell announced this week that she will not be running for re-election to her seat in the Wyoming House of Representatives in the upcoming election. Harvey was first elected to office in

Cruz wins statewide, in Big Horn County

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took the lion’s share of delegates as the Wyoming Republican Party conducted its county conventions on Saturday, electing 12 delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland scheduled for July 18-21. Cruz picked up nine delegates,

Town, school officials bracing for cuts

by nathan oster Local officials have been keeping a close eye on the happenings in Cheyenne, where lawmakers are nearing the end of a 20-day session in which their primary task was to pass a budget for the next two

Legislature passes halfway mark with work on budget

By David Peck The 2016 Budget Session of the 63rd Wyoming Legislature passed the halfway mark this week heading toward a March 4 adjournment by doing some heavy lifting on the 2016-18 fiscal year budget, Sen. Ray Peterson reported this

Funeral home buying land for crematorium in Greybull

by nathan oster The owner of Atwood Family Funeral Directors wants to build a crematorium in Greybull and is close to purchasing six acres of town-owned land in the new business park on Greybull River Road. Clayton Draggoo, who bought

Bonding capacity may be needed for other school needs

by nathan oster When it comes to using its bonding capacity, Big Horn County School District No. 3 may have more pressing needs in the near future than either an outdoor swimming pool or a strength and conditioning addition. Supt.

Wyo-Ben announces decision to close Lovell plant

Wyo-Ben, Inc., has announced a revision to plant operations in Wyoming designed to enhance production capability at its plants located in Greybull and Thermopolis. “We are proceeding with a plan to gradually step down production at our Sage Creek plant

Dirty Annie’s closing its doors

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by marlys good Jim McLauchlan is closing the doors at Dirty Annie’s which for 26 years has been a popular stop before you went up, or came down off of, the Big Horn Mountains. The restaurant officially stopped serving meals

Town, school continue work on pool pact

by nathan oster   The first two days of this week produced a number of new developments, but no official action from either the Greybull Town Council, which met Monday night at Town Hall, or the Big Horn County School