From the Nov. 13, 1969 News Record:
The second of two students recently suspended from Campbell County High School for long hair violations was readmitted to classes on Nov. 11, Principal Reid Goodrich said this week. Gary Eglund had obtained a haircut and was back in class on Tuesday. Jesse Lubkin was entered in school last week after complying with school policy on haircuts.
From the Dec. 2, 1971 News-Record:
One of the last of the old landmarks on Gillette Avenue is in the process of being razed, a familiar structure that will be missed by many of the old-time residents of this area. It has stood virtually unchanged since it was built in 1907. It was built by a contractor by the name of Hook for the James Tantum family. Josie Tantum (Haigler) had it built for her parents. It was a five-room house with a bath room and entryway off the front porch with no city water, sewer or electricity.
From the Nov. 29, 1977 News Record:
Did you hear about the handy first aid kit? Burglars got “well” in a hurry at the Mini-Mart in Gillette when they broke into a first aid kit there. Actually it wasn’t a first aid kit, but a safe in the back room painted to resemble an emergency kit. But the small box didn’t fool the thief or thieves, who got away with $1,700. Maybe padlocks on the kit looked suspicious. A night clerk at the store on the Douglas Highway reported the theft to police when she found the two locks sprung. Whoever took the money left the safe’s three doors closed and the locks in place.