From the Feb. 11, 1954 News Record:
Something new in meats which dates back to the day of the pioneers and the westward expansion is being offered this weekend by the Gillette Locker Plant. A 2-year-old buffalo was brought in from the Little Buffalo ranch owned by R.B. Marquiss and sons in the southern part of the county and the meat will be sold by the pound to the public. The common fare of the pioneers is a rare item for the modern day table, Larry O’Neal, owner of the locker plant, pointed out, and we are happy to be able to offer this limited supply.
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 the Campbell County Memorial Hospital but released on Sunday and taken to the DePaul Hospital, at Cheyenne where he will undergo surgery.
From the Feb. 27, 1940 News Record:
DOUGLAS — Converse County officials ruled tonight as accidental the death of Mrs. James Virgollio of Glenrock, who drowned in a wash tub while washing her baby’s clothes last Saturday. A coroner’s jury, after hearing that the young mother was subject to sudden spells of sickness, decided that the death was unavoidable under the circumstances.