May 14, 2020 Issue

In this week’s Greybull Standard:

• It’s graduation weekend for the 35 seniors at Greybull High School. A special section in this week’s paper celebrates them and their accomplishments.

• The town isn’t planning to ban mobile food trucks, but the cost of doing business for them could soon be going up.

• Churches and restaurants are re-opening their doors after a further easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

• We look back on some of the great GHS track-and-field performances of the past 40 years.

• Margaret Bockman went from playing school as a kid to teaching school. She’s retiring this month after a long run at GES.

• The Food Bank of the Rockies made life a little easier for a number of families in the Greybull-Basin area.

• We asked Bighorn National Forest officials what residents should expect this summer from a recreational standpoint. Right now, developed areas are closed and fire restrictions are in place. Find out what they had to say.

Pick up your copy today at the Overland, the Maverik, Lynn’s or here at the office, or subscribe to our e-edition and get it every Wednesday night.

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