Peek at the Past


December 9, 2021


50 Years Ago, Dec. 9, 1971 - Christmas lights have been shining through the frost crystals this week in the Sundance business district following the completion of the annual erection of Christmas street decorations. Crews of Tri-County Electric Association finished erecting the decorations in foggy crisp weather Monday.

100 Years Ago

Dec. 8, 1921

Wyoming has a new post office – Ewing, in Crook county, twelve miles west of Hulett. The postmaster is Martha J. Davidson.

J.W. Zane announces an old fashioned Christmas dance for Friday evening. A fine picture show will preface the hop, and a real old time supper will be served at the Zane hotel from 12 to 1.

The Sheridan Post says that a valuable acquisition to the zoo at Pioneer park is the three baby lynx kittens purchased some time ago from E. F. Thorne of Carlile and received by Roy Marshall, park superintendent. The animals, which are beautiful specimens...

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