From the March 23, 1940 News Record:
Ted Kelsey, 30, of Broadus, Mont., was instantly killed on Wednesday while working a bunch of cattle on his ranch on Big Powder. He had roped a steer which jerked his horse to the ground, the sudden movement breaking the man’s neck. Mr. Kelsey had recently purchased some cattle near Gillette and had commenced ranching operations during the past month. Mr. Kelsey is of pioneer family of that vicinity and was living on the home ranch.
From the March 26, 1953 News Record:
Mrs. Otto Borchgrevink, 44, of Alzada Mont., was accidentally killed Saturday when a gun discharged as she pulled it from a holster, according to an Associated Press report appearing in the Billings Gazette. Only sparse details were furnished concerning the accident by Deputy Sheriff Dewey Stewart of Broadus, Mont., who reported the incident occurred as Mrs. Borchgrevink and her husband got out of their car near their ranch.
From the March 1, 1962 News Record:
One of two men charged with aggravated robbery was released this week following an armed robbery during the early hours of Saturday morning at the Farmers Cooperative association filling station in Gillette. Sheriff John McGee said that Clarence LeFave, 22, of Gillette was released on Wednesday following a statement that was signed by Donald LeFave, 25, also of Gillette, allegedly stating that he had robbed the station of about $290 in cash. Donald LeFave is being held under a $5,000 bond and is scheduled to be brought before Judge C.A. Layman in Campbell County district court today. Marvin Willis, attendant at the station, said a person with a towel wrapped around his head entered the business at about 2:50 a.m. Saturday, and demanded the money from the cash register. The intruder was carrying a .22 caliber bolt action rifle.