Category: News

Slow start to filing season

by nathan oster The filing period for three seats on the Greybull Town Council and a single seat on the Big Horn County Commission is now open. As of Tuesday, no one had filed for the council openings, which include

Board OKs longer school days

by nathan oster Some pretty significant changes will greet Big Horn County School District No. 3 students when they return to their respective buildings after the summer vacation. The school board on May 10 approved scheduling changes that will add

Laird benefit continues to grow

BY BARBARA ANNE GREENE The second annual Brendon Laird Memorial Benefit will be Saturday, June 4 and like last year, the event will kick off at McFadden Ranch at 10 a.m. with a memorial ride. The dinner and dance will

Hospital celebrates opening of addition

photo by Lisa Kunkel

BY KYNLI SMITH It takes a village to expand a local hospital. That was clear when community members, local, state and government officials gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at South Big Horn County Hospital on Friday. All of them played

Ewen won’t seek re-election to BHC post

by nathan oster Jerry Ewen, who is in his second term on the Big Horn County Commission, has announced that he will not be seeking reelection this year. A Republican, Ewen will see his term end Dec. 31, 2016. “I

School cuts to impact food service, schedules, bus routes

by nathan oster A plan to trim $158,000 in spending from the next fiscal year’s budget was the topic of a town hall style public meeting hosted Monday night by the Big Horn County School District No. 3 board of

GHS – 100 years of graduations

GHS First Grads

by marlys good Sunday, May 15, 2016, marks a memorable day in the history of Greybull High School. When the 47 seniors are presented with their diplomas, they will represent the 100th class to graduate from GHS. The story of

Public Health discusses need for additional nurse

BY BARBARA ANNE GREENE Public Health Nurse Bobbie Jenks discussed some options with the Big Horn County Commission for an additional nurse on April 19. She presented several options and the financial impact of each one. One option would be

Town presents key elements of business plan for pool

by nathan oster The Greybull Town Council devoted a portion of its special meeting Monday night to discussing the short- and long-term financial implications that would be associated with the construction, operation and maintenance of an outdoor swimming pool. Earlier

ABF takes possession of recreation area

ABF Weitz signs

The Antelope Butte Foundation is now the owner of the lodge, chairlifts, maintenance buildings and other man-made infrastructure at the ski area at Antelope Butte, which moving forward will be called the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area. The U.S. Forest