Category: Community News

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

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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

Happy birthday, Thelma Smith

by marlys good There are birthday parties – and then there are birthday parties. There are parties with a few guests, ones with a roomful of guests, or a once-in-a-lifetime party that has fence-to-fence guests (110 at last count) filling

GHS grad new youth pastor

by marlys good Seth Hoblit has accepted the position as youth pastor at Grace Southern Baptist Church. The 2011 GHS grad had been serving an internship as Grace Southern since returning home from his sophomore year at Grace University in

Sharing produce a boon for gardeners

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by marlys good And how does your garden grow? Just fine thank you, echo avid gardeners Suzen Yarborough, Dallen Smith and Lenny Yenny. Yarborough’s garden is so prolific she’s provided her family, friends and neighbors with all they can eat,

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”

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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.