From the Oct. 10, 1936 News Record:
Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard, 75, who has done much to the reputation of Wyoming history and who has made the subject live for thousands of students who have been members of her classes at the University of Wyoming, is still critically ill, but a special bulletin to the News Record at an early hour this morning reported the doctor as ‘holding her own.” She came to Cheyenne as an employee in the surveyor general’s office in 1882, having completed her college course at Iowa University a short time previous. She was chosen a member of the board of the University of Wyoming in 1891 and was elected on that faculty in 1909. She is the author and co-author of several valuable works of history and she has done much for Wyoming, the state she loved.
From the Oct. 11, 1951 News Record:
Easiest wheel you ever turned! Safest wheel you ever held! Come try it yourself! Chrysler’s new Hydraguide power steering at Bert L. Harrod and Sons. Chrysler this year introduced the first power steering ever offered on an American passenger car. Many owners tell us it is the greatest advance in car driving since the self-starter! To a person who hasn’t tried it, it is actually impossible to describe what a difference it makes. Driving becomes a new and wonderful experience. At your touch on the wheel, hydraulic power instantly provides four-fifths of the energy needed to steer the car. Gone is all sense of tug, strain, tension. In its place you find a wonderful sense of absolute front wheel control with almost no effort on your part.
From the Oct. 17, 1974 News Record:
A computer in Denver may detect heart problems in patients at Gillette’s hospital, 400 miles away. Electrocardiograms (ECG) recordings of the electrical actions of the heart, will be transmitted from Campbell County Memorial Hospital patients over long distance telephone lines to the computer in Denver. Within about five minutes, a complete, computer analysis of the ECG is transmitted back to the hospital via teletype for consideration by local physicians. Campbell County Memorial is the eighth Wyoming hospital to join the computer network. The hospital performs about 700 ECGs per year.