From the Oct. 18, 1923 News Record
The 23 counties of Wyoming shipped 27,861 tons of scrap iron and steel, or 222.3 pounds per capita for the state, into national salvage program between July 1 and Sept. 30, Edward S. Moore Jr., executive secretary of the Wyoming Salvage Committee, reported today. Campbell County supplied 659, 685 pounds of this total for a per capita average of 107.8 pounds to rank 11th. Of this total, 8,895 tons were shipped into war productions between Sept. 1 and Sept. 30, Mr. Moore said. The September capita figure for the state was 71 pounds.
From the Oct. 11, 1951 News Record
The Girls Glee Club is the title given to the Girls Chorus of Campbell County High School. Mr. C.R. Waterman, our band instructor, founded this organization six years ago. Since then it has made steady progress and improvement. This club was organized for the benefit for those girls who wish to participate since it encourages girls who already have voices to exercise their voice to become better singers. The organization is not just for the ones who can sing, but for anyone that wishes to join. You don’t have to have a great voice to be able to sing with the Girls Glee Club. From this large organization which consist of approximately 35, a smaller group has been organized. The Girls Sextette. This group consists of six of the girls from the chorus whose voices are considered to blend.
From the Oct. 11, 1973 News Record
The Gillette Police Department is in the process of having new radio equipment installed in its dispatch control center. A Motorola Modcom console panel is the first piece of equipment received under bids by the Gillette City Council on Aug. 10. The console will let the department use the old mobile units with the console unit until new mobiles arrive. Delivery date on the mobile units is about two and half weeks, according to Police Chief Don Senf. Presently, the radio dispatcher has to use six different microphones when communication with all emergency services on six channels. With the new console, the dispatcher need only use one microphone and depress a button on the control panel to speak to all receivers on six different channels.