From the Oct. 8, 1942 News Record:
Bring in any of your old keys and deposit them in the Key Kan at the News Record office. The paper industry is sponsoring this campaign to collect all types of old keys. All old keys contain metal necessary in the war effort, and the funds received from the sale of these keys will go the the USO. B.C. Kohrs, county salvage chairman, has asked that every rural store put a can on the counter where old keys may be left. When these are full, they should be brought to Gillette.
From the Sept. 26, 1957 News Record:
The Edsel: “It puts shifting where it belongs.” You can drive the Edsel — park it — reverse it — rock it — while both hands stay at the wheel. Edsel’s exclusive Teletouch Drive puts the shift controls where they belong: in the center of the steering wheel. And shifting, even into park position, is effortless, because the Edsel actually shifts itself. The Teletouch Drive button you touch sends a signal to the rugged, precision “brain” and it does the work — smoothly — surely, electrically. Stockmens Motor Company.
From the Oct. 10, 1978 News Record:
“I knew they were gonna hit me,” said Lance Browen, looking down grimly at the direction of his blood-spattered hands. The blood was from seven of his 2-year-old ewe lambs which he had to destroy Monday — finishing the job begun by what he says were others’ “family pets.” County animal warden Gloria Shippy and sheriff’s deputy Ron Groves agreed as they investigated the mauling deaths of 13 lambs and serious injuries to at least 11 more on Browen’s ranch five miles east of Gillette. Dogs belonging to residents in the nearby areas of Collins Heights and Garner Lake Road are suspected by the investigators of attacking the sheep as they grazed on the area’s hilly acreage Sunday, tearing apart legs, ears and faces. Both Groves and Shippy agree the problems of dogs chasing and harming livestock is a growing one in Campbell County, particularly in the areas around outlying housing developments.