Category: Community News

Variety of music styles on fair’s free stage

by barbara anne greene Acts from around the Big Horn Basin will be on the free stage this week at the Big Horn County Fair in Basin. Sister act The Whitlocks from Cody are a little bit country and a

“Distress Call Over Zeeland”

ELY group

by marlys good World War II: Sept. 18, 1944. An American B24 flying from England over the province of Zeeland in the Netherlands on its way to Germany was shot down and the 10 crewmen aboard the plane, that included

One-room schoolhouse holds lots of memories

by marlys good Clair and Arlene Cheatham held a “grade school reunion” at their home on Shell Creek July 6, inviting everyone who had attended the one-room Stone School six miles east of Greybull to share memories of bygone days.

Stadtfeld has logged ‘a lot of overtime’

by marlys good “My dad always said when you get to be 65 you’re living on borrowed time so I have a lot of overtime in,” laughed Louise Stadtfeld, who will turn 96 on the 14th of July. Not only

Becoming U.S. citizen double joy for Castro

CASTRO family

By marlys good Tuesday, June 11 was a red-letter day for Marisela Castro. Not only did she become a United States citizen, so did her 17-year-old daughter Jarely. Explains Marisela, “I was very happy because my daughter Jarely would automatically

Coffee Barn offers drive-up option

coll web

by nathan oster Greybull wasn’t without a drive-up coffee shop for long, as Teresa Collingwood over the Days of ’49 weekend opened The Coffee Barn on North Sixth Street. By doing so, she filled a void for drive-up coffee that

Patience pays off for parade winner

SAAM horse

by nathan oster The winning entry in this year’s Days of ’49 parade wasn’t a float, but rather, a grouping of three horses that were a testament to the virtue of patience. Jessica Catlett, a groomer at Saam’s Vet Clinic

Thriving business now empty barn

BARN old sign

by marlys good The Greybull Livestock sales barn on the north side of Greybull sits silent and deserted. Surrounded by weathered and worn corrals and overgrown with weeds, it bears little resemblance to the bustling enterprise it was five/six decades

Nursing home honors volunteers

by marlys good LaWana Rainey, Helen Crane and Dorene Ludwig were honored as this year’s volunteers of the year at Bonnie Bluejacket Memorial Nursing Home. The three are unsung heroes to staff and residents and give countless hours. Someone tallied

Jensen: Teaching ‘gets inside you’

JENSEN again

by marlys good When the lockers are cleared out and the last students pass through the doors of the Greybull Middle School to signal the closing of the 2012-13 school year, Kathy Friebel Jensen will clear out her desk, pack