Continuing the Crook County News Since 1884

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1 Years Ago

May 8, 1924

Monday night and all-day Tuesday witnessed a severe spring storm which, if continued very much longer, would have resulted in much suffering to stock of all kinds. About six inches of snow fell in Sundance basin, accompanied by a heavy gale and consequent drifts. Lambing started in this vicinity Monday and weather conditions made this branch of the livestock business extremely hazardous for a few hours. The storm broke Tuesday night and a brief survey Wednesday would indicate no great damage. At no time was the temperature much below freezing, which was a real cause o...