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Following the trail of post office murals

by marlys good People choose vacation destinations in different ways and for different reasons. But for the past five years More »

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Coach feeling good about Buffs’ progress

by nathan oster Coach Marty Wrage begins his second season at the helm of the Greybull Buff football program with More »

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Gov. Mead: Rainy day fund for times like these

by nathan oster Gov. Matt Mead assured a gathering of public officials Monday in Greybull that the dire revenue forecast More »

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Taking back America major theme at Tea Party event

by bob rodriguez Returning the United States of America to a land of the free with reduced government interference, getting More »


Mountain lion spotted, trapped in Shell

by nathan oster A mountain lion made a surprise visit to Shell last week, killing a domestic cat and “showing More »

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HATS VII another success

by marlys good “It took us seven years, but hopefully we have it down,” said HATS board member Scott Good More »

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Rodeo kind to leaders of circuit standings

by nathan oster Several cowboys and cowgirls who are among the leaders in the Big Horn Rodeo Circuit did nothing More »

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Morris featured performer at HATS VII

Doors at the Herb Asp Community Center open at 3:30 Saturday, Aug. 8 for the seventh annual Hands Across the More »

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Inman has big plans for Fossil Rock Tavern

by nathan oster She grew up in West Africa and Southeast Asia, owns two college degrees, is a single mom More »

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Summer Festival a first step for ABF

by nathan oster “Every journey starts with a single step.” Long attributed to the Chinese philosopher Confucius, the saying fits More »

Police investigating random attack on walk path

A woman in her 30s suffered numerous scratches and abrasions late Sunday night in what Greybull Police Chief Bill Brenner is calling the worst act of random violence that he has

Summer Festival a first step for ABF

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by nathan oster “Every journey starts with a single step.” Long attributed to the Chinese philosopher Confucius, the saying fits perfectly in describing last weekend’s Antelope Butte Summer Festival in

Mustangs heat up at district tournament

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By David Peck Usually, the team hosting a state baseball tournament receives an automatic bid to said tournament, but when Wyoming American Legion Baseball officials awarded the tournament to the

James D. (Dan) Shelton

Jan. 7, 1942 – July 10, 2015 James D. (Dan) Shelton, age 73, passed away Friday, July 10, 2015 in the Big Horn Mountains east of Greybull, Wyo. Dan died

Lawrence “Larry” Werner

Sept. 23, 1928 – July 18, 2015 Funeral services for Lawrence “Larry” Werner will be held Thursday, July 23 at 2 p.m. at Atwood Family Chapel in Basin. Larry, 86,

Melvin Lee Layne

February 3, 1949 – July 16, 2015 Melvin Lee Layne, 66, died on Thursday, July 16, 2015, at North Big Horn Hospital after a battle with cancer. Melvin was born

Kenneth ‘Griz’ Mazur

Oct. 14, 1934-July 11, 2015 Kenneth ‘Griz” Mazur, 80, passed away on July 11, 2015 at his home in Greybull as a result of AAA. Ken was born Oct. 14,

Michael F. Blackburn

Sept. 1, 1949 – July 14, 2015 Michael F. “Mike” Blackburn died at home on July 14, 2015 in Broomfield, Colo. He was battling esophageal cancer. He was 65. Mike