TREGO COUNTY, KANSAS

NEWSPAPER TIDBITS
 

Banner Buglings ~ April 19, 1885

Ogallah Oozings ~ April 22, 1885

List of Letters ~ April 24, 1885

W. F. Pagett Falls ~ April 25, 1885

Lew Marxer Drayman Stands Up Pretty Well ~ April 25, 1885

Dr. Conger's Alfalfa Is Thrifty ~ April 25, 1885

G. F. McKnight Returns To Clay Center ~ April 25, 1885

Trego County Tracings ~ April 25, 1885

Banner Buglings ~ April 27, 1885

Arthur Gaisford Broke Arm ~ May 2, 1885

Guard-Plower "Bob" Hutchinson ~ May 2, 1885

Oldest Settler Again Mrs. C. C. Cox ~ May 2, 1885

Michael Winters Tries To Ford River ~ July 10, 1886

District Clerk Blair Went To Abilene ~ August 5-8, 1887

Jesse Cockrell Purchased Ten-Inch Gang Breaking Plows ~ May 12, 1888

From "Western Kansas World", WaKeeney ~ May 12, 1888

Drowned ~ July 7, 1888

Rev. McCoy Leaving WaKeeney ~ August 17, 1889

C. M. Scott Visiting Ill Father-In-Law In Norton County ~ Marcy 4, 1893

A Tale of Woe (James Rinker & Jessie Carter) ~ February 25, 1909

Merritt Fore Jumped Again, Lost Legs ~ April 13, 1914

Kite Family Reunion ~ August 26, 1920

Rev. Naylor Resigns Pastorate ~ September 16, 1920

School Officers of Trego County ~ October 14, 1920

The Mayor of WaKeeney Has Decided To Resign ~ November 22, 1922

George Adam Briggs Gives Life For Other ~ August 3, 1925

From Canada In A Wagon ~ August 3, 1932

Kansan, A Cripple, Wills His Fortune To The Needy (John Lemke) ~ December 9, 1939

Trego County Rancher Is Badly Burned (D. K. North) ~ December 14, 1944

Trego Land Owners Given More Money ~ May 6, 1949

WaKeeney Baby Hurt (Janet Yoder) ~ January 5, 1950

Liquor Store Robber Gets A 15-Year Sentence ~ May 11, 1950

Farmer Near WaKeeney Slain (Frederick Ireton) ~ June 12, 1951

Tornado Kills 5 In Kansas ~ June 27, 1951

WaKeeney Woman, Hutch Man Killed (Mrs. Ray Brown, Jr.) ~ July 5, 1955

Brothers Drown In Accident (Leonard & Herbert Delveit) ~ May 12, 1959

Posse Seeks Pair Wanted In Shootings ~ June 16, 1962

Bloomer and Nixon Captured ~ July 18, 1962

2 Killed At WaKeeney ~ June 22, 1965

Deaths Ruled Murder Suicide (Kenneth & Darlene LeFort) ~ August 8, 1979

Series of Big Drug Busts On I-70 Puts a Squeeze on Tiny Trego County ~ Janury 22, 1995
 

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