From the July 11, 1929 News Record
C.C. Moore and Jim Cates were bound over to the district court under bonds of $500 each in justice court last Monday when they plead guilty to charges of the sale of liquor. This action followed upon the heels of raids conducted on Sunday evening by state and federal officers. Arriving here Sunday evening, state officers “Red” Smith and Art Sisco and Federal Officers Hurtt and Johnson in company with Deputy Sheriff Elmore descended upon the basement of the Montgomery Hotel, known locally as “The Submarine.” They likewise staged a raid at the Exchange Pool Hall. No liquor was found at either place. Moore and Cates, however, were booked on charges of sale if liquor, which was alleged to have taken place at an alleged to have taken place at an earlier date, and upon evidence furnished by A.J. Adler.
From the July 14, 1932 News Record
Robert Kelley, who twice broke out of the Campbell County jail here, has been delivered to the state penitentiary at Lincoln, Neb., to start serving a six-year sentence for robbery, the theft having occurred at Wahoo, Neb., the latter part of June. The sheriff in whose custody he was placed stated in a communication to Deputy Sheriff Tex Martin that Kelley, alias Harry Langdon, had been kept in solitary confinement until he was delivered at Lincoln. Kelley was wanted here in connection with the robbery of the Brooke Hardware company in May.
From the July 26, 1977 News Record
Officials say a Casper woman and her daughter escaped serious injury when they were drawn by a strong current into a storm sewer on a Casper city street. Margaret Martin, 32, and her 7-year-old daughter were walking along a city street, observing flood damage caused by heavy rains Sunday when Mrs. Martin’s daughter was pulled underwater by a strong current, authorities said. When Mrs. Martin went to her daughter’s aid, she was sucked into the storm sewer by the current too. The water surfaced on either side of the street and the mother and daughter were able to reach safety. They were treated and released for minor cuts and bruises at a Casper hospital.