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Balls away!

by nathan oster The culminating moment of another successful “Balls Away” fundraiser for Midway Golf Club came Saturday afternoon when 334 golf balls were dropped on a target located on the course’s More »

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Summer Festival a showcase for Antelope Butte

by nathan oster A summer festival meant to showcase potential summer uses at Antelope Butte in the Big Horn Mountains was a tremendous success, according to organizers. Mark Weitz, who heads the More »

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Van Gelder says goodbye to Big Horn 100

by marlys good It was a sentimental weekend for Tom Van Gelder who was bidding farewell not only to the Big Horn 100, but to his friends and neighbors in Greybull where More »

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Powers inducted into Naval Academy

McKenna Powers was inducted into the United States Naval Academy in an impressive ceremony held July 1 in Annapolis. Her mother and father, Cindy and Duane Powers, and her older sister Alex More »

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Fires burn 80 acres near Shell, Hyattville

by nathan oster All it takes is a single spark to ignite a blaze on a windy day, and Monday certainly qualified as one of those, with wind speeds of 15 to More »

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Golfing for scholarships

by nathan oster Fifty golfers spent the Fourth of July at Midway Golf Course competing in the 13th annual Linda Madden Memorial tournament and raising scholarship money for the youth of the More »

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‘Spares’ plane once transported Eisenhower

by marlys good The YouTube story about the very first Air Force One being unknowingly purchased by Greybull’s favorite and most notable pilot, Mel Christler, gets more interesting with information included in More »

SFC keeps GMS project on track

by nathan oster The construction of the new Greybull Middle School appears to be back on track after the School Facilities Commission agreed Thursday to earmark another $472,000 in unanticipated funding for the project. Supt. Barry Bryant said it’s not a done deal yet, as Gov. Matt Mead must first

‘Spares’ plane once transported Eisenhower

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by marlys good The YouTube story about the very first Air Force One being unknowingly purchased by Greybull’s favorite and most notable pilot, Mel Christler, gets more interesting with information included in an Internet article on Christler Flying Service. According to Christler he got a call in 1980 from Robert

Dores E. Forbes

Sept. 5, 1922 – March 4, 2014 Word has been received of the death of longtime Greybull resident Dores E. Forbes. Dores passed away March 4 in Flagstaff, Ariz. She was born Sept. 5, 1922, in Montrose, Colo., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Anderson, Sr. She graduated from

Greybull players form core of Mustangs

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by nathan oster The Lovell Mustangs sport a 4-16 record at the midway point of their American Legion season, but their skipper, Steven Durtsche, feels the team has the horses to make a run all the way to the state tournament. “We’re getting better, starting to find ourselves a little

DeSilva comes “home” again

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by marlys good During commencement exercises for the Greybull High School Class of 1975, one of the graduates receiving a diploma was a dark-eyed, dark-haired young lady from Brazil who had spent the school year as an exchange student at GHS. Rita proved you can “go home again” last week