From the March , 1941 News Record:
David Bryant, 19, and his small sister, Arlene, narrowly escaped death or serious injury last Friday evening at a crossing three miles east of Rozet when the car in which they were riding crashed head on into a moving freight train. The car, a Model A Ford, burst into flames following the crash, but Bryant and his sister escaped before the fire had spread. However, David singed his hair and eyebrows in getting a live pig out of the back of the car. According to an account of the accident. Bryant had dim lights on the Model A and did not see the train until it was too late to stop. In addition his brakes did not hold, it was stated. The machine crashed into the freight and overturned, but the two were fortunate in getting out soon after the crash.
From the March 3, 1955 News Record:
Mrs. Robert Miller accidentally tripped and shot herself through the foot last Friday morning while rabbit hunting, with a .22 caliber rifle. A bone was broken in her foot and she also has severe flesh wound.
From the March 8, 1962 News Record:
Mrs. Neomi Beach, a young Sheridan mother who was seriously burned in an explosion in her home Jan. 29, is a patient at a hospital in Omaha, Neb., where she undergoing a series of skin grafting operations. Doctors have used skin from 16 volunteers. Mrs. Beach’s husband, Roy, died from burns received in the blast, and two children, Ann, 6, and Tony 4, are recovering from their burns.