From the Feb. 13, 1940 News Record:
KEMMERER — Arguments over domestic and money matters, including differences over whether her bartender husband should “buy drinks for the house” were given tonight by Mrs. Creola Dawson, 33, as the reason why she struck her husband on the head with a gas pump handle, fatally injuring him. Mrs. Dawson was held in county jail here in connection with the death eight days ago of John Dawson, operator of a tavern near Brilliant, Wyo., 14 miles southwest of here. Lincoln County officials indicated that Mrs. Dawson would be arraigned in District Court on Tuesday, probably on second-degree murder charges. Sheriff Harvey Cottrell said the women admitted striking Dawson with a handle of a gasoline pump as he was sleeping in the rear of the establishment.
From the Feb. 9, 1950 News Record:
In an unusual accident, Mrs. Homer Nicholson of Gillette was struck by a car last Wednesday, when she was sitting in the Kozy Lunch, which is operated by Miss Isa Holladay. Mrs. Nicholson was sitting on the stool next to the walk when the Cadillac owned by Worth Lynde moved up over the sidewalk and crashed into the wall of the lunch stand. She was knocked off a stool and apparently suffered only slight bruises and shock. Mrs. Nicholson was treated by a local physician and was back home that evening. Her condition grew worse and on Thursday she was flown to Billings, Mont., for medical treatment of a back injury and complications of shock. It was reported that children in the Lynde car accidentally moved the hydro-matic drive into gear and the car moved off into the lunch wagon.
From the Feb. 25, 1960 News Record:
Herbert Reynolds of Rockypoint was reported to have been severely injured last Saturday when he was kicked in the face by a horse. He was hauling logs to the saw mill when the accident happened. He is employed by Calvin Sams at Rockypoint. He was taken immediately to Campbell County Memorial Hospital but released on Sunday and taken to the DePaul Hospital at Cheyenne, where he will undergo surgery.