From the Jan. 22, 1948 News Record:
Lester E. Graham of Moorcroft lost four fingers on his left hand yesterday about noon, when he caught his hand in a chain saw while working in a logging camp near Sundance. He is a patient at the Gillette Hospital.
From the Jan. 9, 1958 News Record:
Expanding his collection of rocks, artifacts and petrified bones, L.H. Barlow of Gillette brought in a dinosaur vertebra, which looked like it should be a tree stump instead of one “small” segment of a huge backbone. Barlow said that a friend of his in the state of Washington sent the specimen to him about two weeks ago and it may now be seen on display in his home. The thick base of the bone is 12 inches thick and 14 inches across. The extreme measurements of bony extensions measure 2 feet across. Mr. Barlow, a retired 89-year-old rancher of this county, has converted his home into a museum to which he extends an invitation for all to see.
From the Jan. 22, 1969 News Record:
John McGregory of Sundance was cited for driving while under the influence following an accident in which the car he was driving east on U.S. 14-16 proceeded about 50 yards in the left hand lane before striking a bridge one mile east of Rozet at about 5:50 p.m.