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Upside down buck hits world record books

by marlys good The cabin located in the Ranger Creek summer home group was built in 1939 by the Foe Brothers.  The shed mule deer antlers were “pounded” onto a head-shaped board More »

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Happy ending for foals from roundup

By Patti Carpenter Four foals, dubbed by wild horse advocates as the “Dry Creek quartet,” are now out of harm’s way and under the care of experienced veterinarian Dr. Lisa Jacobson in More »

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Happy 85th birthday, Ed Rech

by marlys good The Shell Community Hall was filled to overflowing Saturday as family, friends and neighbors gathered to wish Ed Rech a happy birthday. The party was hosted by the Rechs’ More »

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GBAC claims six titles in annual tourney

by nathan oster Six members of the Greybull-Basin Athletic Club won their weight classes at the team’s annual tournament held Saturday at Buff Gym in Greybull. Loomis Alexander, Kyler Winters, Nathaniel Boreen, More »

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Helicopter roundup gets attention of horse advocates

By Patti Carpenter In spite of efforts by the Cloud Foundation, an advocacy organization for wild horses based in Colorado, approximately 40 stray horses on BLM land north of Greybull were rounded More »

Greybull flooding photo by Lisa Kunkel Photography

For homeowners, tension followed by relief

Chuck and Tina Spragg got a bird’s eye view of the events that occurred Sunday, March 9 when ice jammed to the tip-top of Greybull’s dike, threatening to go up and over.  More »

An ice jam has triggered flooding and put town residents on alert this afternoon in Greybull. Photo by Lisa Kunkel.

Ice jams on Big Horn cause extensive flooding

by nathan oster It was the day when everyone, it seemed, went to see the river. Sunday, March 9, 2014 won’t soon be forgotten — a day of shock, anxiety, concern … and More »

Upside down buck hits world record books

ANTLERS 1

by marlys good The cabin located in the Ranger Creek summer home group was built in 1939 by the Foe Brothers.  The shed mule deer antlers were “pounded” onto a head-shaped board and hung upside down on a wall adjacent to the fireplace circa the 1950s and have been hanging

Happy ending for foals from roundup

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By Patti Carpenter Four foals, dubbed by wild horse advocates as the “Dry Creek quartet,” are now out of harm’s way and under the care of experienced veterinarian Dr. Lisa Jacobson in Northern Colorado. The foals—individually named by horse advocates as Maestro, Allegro, Cornet and Piccolo– were separated from their

Schools to gain some, lose some, including Menke

by nathan oster The Big Horn County School District No. 3 made a number of personnel moves Tuesday night as it works to set its staff for the 2014-15 school year. Topping the list of the comings and goings were Ted Menke, the longtime English teacher at GHS, speech coach,

Richard L. “Rowdy” Yates

Sept. 6, 1942 – April 6, 2014 Cremation has taken place and a private inurnment of the ashes of  Richard L. “Rowdy” Yates will be held at a later date. Rowdy, 71, died April 6 at Washakie Medical Center in Worland. He was born Sept. 6, 1942, in Santa Ana,

Richard “Dick” Lyman Sanders

May 14, 1930 – April 7, 2014 Funeral services for longtime Basin resident Richard “Dick” Lyman Sanders will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 17 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints between Basin and Greybull. Dick, 83, died April 7 at Bonnie Bluejacket Memorial Nursing Home.