Peek at the Past


August 24, 2023


25 Years Ago, August 27, 1998 - The newly paved walking path in Sundance has been completed just in time for the new school year. The project was constructed by Wagaman Construction. Work was started May 8 and cleanup was being done on August 26. Shown left to right: Melody Toth, who was visiting with Mike Wagaman and Doug Haar of Wagaman Construction who were working on the path.

100 Years Ago

August 30, 1923

Leveled, plumbed and squared by the implements of operative masonry, as applied to the high standards of speculative Masonry; consecrated with corn, the Masonic emblem of plenty, with wine, the emblem of joy and gladness, and with oil, the emblem of peace, the corner stone of the new Crook County High School building was laid at 4 p.m. on Saturday by the Wyoming Grand Lodge, A.F. & A. M., in special session at Sundance. The corner stone, itself a striking example of the mason's handicraft, is from the living rock of the Devils Tower structure. The basalt i...

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