From the Oct. 7 1936 News Record:
President Roosevelt plans to spent all of Sunday in Cheyenne. He will attend services there in the morning and will make a public address at 3 in the afternoon, Gov. Leslie T. Miller announced today. The president will arrive at about 10 a.m. en route to Denver, on his western trip. He will go to St. Mark’s Church at 11 a.m. and then will have lunch with Brigadier General C. F. Humphrey Jr., commandant of Fort Francis Warren. His address on a non-political subject will be made from the reviewing stand of the fort, Gov. Miller said.
From the Oct. 4, 1951 News Record:
William Gibbs, Recluse rancher, was hospitalized last Saturday at Sheridan with what has been diagnosed as polio. Physicians said his condition was satisfactory and that no indication of paralysis was evident thus far. Glenn Sorenson, Arvada rancher, who is in Sheridan, also with polio, is reported to be progressing satisfactorily. Another possible polio case is that of Joe Marshall, who was taken to Casper last Monday evening. Word has been received by his aunt, Mrs. Gertrude Taylor, that the case has not as yet been diagnosed as polio.
From the Oct. 10, 1974 News Record:
Around a silty water-filled Coke bottle-laden table, nine residents of the Rawhide subdivision voiced their water concerns to the Campbell County Commissioners on Thursday. The six families of the subdivision presently are using water from a 300-foot deep well, which they deem inadequate. According to the residents, the water is impregnated with minerals, thus ruining tiles, appliances and anything else which the water contacts. Besides the water quality, the water quantity is also insufficient. With about 23 people using the water, houses toward the top of the hill in the subdivision run out of water with regularity, sometimes as long as an entire day or night. The residents said that when they purchased the land, they were told, or it was insinuated to them, that the water would be good and plentiful.