Peek at the Past
January 9, 2020
100 Years Ago
January 7, 1920
The Sundance ice harvest will be practically completed this week, J.E. Haines having had charge of most of the contracts. The Sterns pond is the source of supply.
The talked of special session of the Wyoming legislature for ratification of the proposed woman suffrage amendment is still pending, but report has it that Governor Carey will probably be able to make a decision this week before leaving for the conference of governors.
Judge Ashdown and Dr. Clarenbach are the first Sundancers to purchase new light Overland cars. This cleans up Charley Sacket...