Category: Community News

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

Opening soon: Suzy’s Boutique

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by marlys good Suzen Yarborough will open her new shop, Suzy’s Boutique, located at 16 S. Fifth St. on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. The boutique will feature clothing, designer wear, jewelry and accessories, purses, shoes, home décor, and

FFA team tops in livestock judging

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by karla pomeroy The Paintrock FFA team of Spencer Redland, Payton Gonzalez, Bree Dooley and Colten Flitner won the FFA livestock judging contest as well as the overall team at the NILE (Northern International Livestock Exposition) in Billings last week.

Study considers impact of wildlife warning reflectors

Study determining effects of wildlife warning reflectors on wildlife-vehicle collisions moves to Big Horn County The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools are continuing a three-year study this fall and winter to evaluate the

AWANA club celebrates 30th year

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by marlys good The AWANA organization celebrates its 63rd birthday this year.  AWANA is short for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, from 2 Timothy 2:15: “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed,

Flag flown in Afghanistan gifted to GMS


by marlys good Step into the office at the Greybull Middle School and the first thing to draw your eye will be the American flag, militarily folded, in a beautiful walnut frame, hanging on the north wall. The flag has