Category: Community News

Class of ’59 enjoys 55th reunion

Twenty-one members of the Greybull High School Class of ’59 gathered in Greybull last weekend for their 55th reunion. Kicking off the weekend was a gathering at the Sugar Shack Friday evening. The alumni and spouses enjoyed “malts, milkshakes and

Senior center closes, lunches moved to Elks Lodge

WEB seniors

by nathan oster Cashier and greeter Dixie Cummings and cooks Dorinda Furnell and Deanna Beckhoff took a break from their duties to lead a chorus of “Happy Birthday” Tuesday afternoon as a group of senior citizens celebrated another trip around

Egg hunts abound this week

Bonnie Bluejacket Memorial Nursing Home will host an Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 19 for youngsters of all ages. The hunt, on the nursing home lawn, starts at exactly 10 a.m. so don’t be late. Saturday evening the Herb Asp

Holy Week services scheduled

Holy week will be observed with the following special services scheduled in community churches:   Greybull First Presbyterian Church: 7 p.m. Maundy Thursday Communion “The Last Supper in its Passover Meal Context.” Easter Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. followed by fellowship.

Happy 85th birthday, Ed Rech

RECH party

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’ daughter Julie Rech of Denver and son Jake

Menke 1/2A Forensic Coach of Year

by marlys good Ted Menke, coach of the Greybull High School Grey Ghost forensic team, has been long respected in Wyoming High School forensic circles. His expertise was recognized when he was honored as the 2013-14 1A/2A Coach of the

Hotel set to host Art in the Dark

By marlys good Young artists in Big Horn County School District No. 3 will be hosting the annual Art in the Dark Friday night at the Historic Hotel Greybull. Exhibits will be in place and ready for viewing from 7

MCT brings ‘Aladin’ to GHS stage

MCT another rehearse

Aladdin, Sinbad, Ali Baba, and Scheherazade, all well-known figures from the “Arabian Nights,” will be on stage at the Greybull High School auditorium Saturday, March 8 when the Missoula Children’s Theatre tour presents its version of “Aladdin.” The cast includes

Library adds microfilm reader, scanner

MICRO closeup

by nathan oster If you’re a history buff, it just got a whole lot easier to research the earliest days of Greybull and the surrounding area. Volumes upon volumes of old Greybull Standard and Basin Republican-Rustler newspapers which are stored

Flitner’s Miss Rodeo Wyoming bid gets boost


Shell Hall was filled to capacity Saturday night as residents turned out for a benefit to raise money for Morgan Flitner in her bid to become Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2015. Over 200 people enjoyed an evening of dining, dancing and