From the Nov. 21, 1929 News Record:
The annual roll call of the Red Cross has been making splendid progress the past two weeks. Mrs. John A. Osborne, chairman of the Campbell County Red Cross organization, announced yesterday that the total membership now stands at 190 members. A goal of 250 members has been set for this county. The annual membership fee is $1, contributing membership $5, sustaining membership $10, supporting membership $25, and life membership $50. In each type of membership only 50 cents is sent into national headquarters for national and international purposes, the remainder being placed in the funds of the county organization where it is available at all times for relief and emergency calls.
From the Nov. 26, 1953 News Record:
The Wyoming Supreme Court at Cheyenne Nov. 17 upheld a Campbell County District Court judgment awarding $15,000 damages to Lee Glover, Oshoto, shot in September 1951 by John Berger, another Oshoto rancher. Associate Justice William A. Riner, in an opinion concurred in by the two other justices, held that no prejudicial or reversible errors had occurred in the case. Late in October 1952, a Campbell County District Court jury found Berger guilty of assault and battery against Glover and in a civil action following, awarded Glover $15,000 in damages — $10,000 compensatory and $5,000 punitive. Berger appealed the decision to the Supreme Court, arguing that District Court Judge George A. Layman had erred in setting the trial date for the civil action so that the case would be heard immediately after a criminal action brought by the state against Berger for the shooting in which he wounded Glover.
From the Nov. 15, 1973 News Record:
A runaway water truck appeared to be looking for a new home Sunday morning as it traveled quietly across two streets and stopped on a front lawn about a block away from its starting place. The truck had rolled onto Eighth Street, turned the corner at Eighth and Brooks, crossed Brooks, jumped the curb and went through the fence before and into the front yard where it stopped about 10 feet short of the front window of the McCann house. Another vehicle and a trailer house were narrowly missed by the truck as it made its way across the two streets.