Category: Community News

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

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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

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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

Wrage, Howe advance to State Spelling Bee

Top Spellers

by marlys good ”Velociraptor: any of a genus of Theropod dinosaurs of the Late Cretaceous having a long head, flat snout and large sickle-shaped claws on second toe of each foot.” With the correct spelling of that word, Yulisa Mendez,

Schwartzes celebrate home lighting win

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by nathan oster Ray and Maria Schwartz, who live at 25 N. Third Street, have been named the winners of the 2013 Greybull Holiday Home Lighting Contest, which was sponsored by the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce, Ron’s Food Farm

Chapter F PEO participates in pillow campaign

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by nathan oster It’s been a busy stretch for members of the Chaper F PEO organization. Not only did they plan and carry out the Little Shoppers on Saturday, but they also responded to a challenge put to them by

Four generations compete in Rock & Roll marathon

The Rock & Roll Marathon held Nov. 17 in Las Vegas drew four generations of Petersons, including the family matriarch Jeane Peterson of Emblem, her daughter Carol Peterson Lowe of Basin, her granddaughters Kimberly Lowe Thueson and Traci Fritz-Lowe (Eric)

Armstrong leaves GPD after seven years

by nathan oster Sgt. Shannon Armstrong has left the Greybull Police Department. Chief Bill Brenner said Armstrong’s last day with the department was Nov. 5.  He would not go into specifics about why Armstrong resigned, saying only that it was