Peek at the Past


February 3, 2022

100 Years Ago

Feb. 2, 1922

While coasting down the north slope of Sundance mountain Sunday, Glen Hartman had the misfortune to collide with a good-sized tree. The resulting shock bruised him up quite badly, although nothing serious.

Due to a terrific wind last Monday when the wind attained a speed of over 113 miles an hour, the telephone and telegraph line between Osage and Newcastle was demolished. But thanks to the untiring effort of the district manager and his splendid crew of men who worked incessantly, service was restored.

Last Saturday near Gillette, wolves attacked a band of sheep...

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