Author: Dale Tracy

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

By Dale Tracy. The railroad work has been retarded considerable during the past week on account of failure to get ties in advance of the steel gang. This delay should amount to only a...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Many good things seem to be in store for the people of Cheyenne during the year 1917. Among those things is the completion of the Cheyenne Railroad, known as the C&OW, to the county...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The construction work on the Cheyenne Railroad is being pushed as fast as possible by Mr. Cook, who is in charge of the construction work. He has a large crew of men at work...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

In last week’s Strong City Herald appeared an article that pertained to the criticism of the Star for publishing an article in the Dec. 14 issue under the caption, “Delay in printing Court Dockets”,...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Wednesday evening about 10:00 fire was discovered in the Tunnard Mercantile warehouse, which was soon extinguished.You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The case of the state versus Shorty Vick, who is alleged to have set fire to the court house in this city last September was called Wed. and the evidence taken.You need to login...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The County Court of Roger Mills County convened in this city last Monday morning with the Co. Judge J.W. Miller on the bench. “Grandma” White, Mrs. Ellen White, died last Thursday night, Nov. 17,...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Cotton prices are the highest in several years to 17.31 cents per pound, the highest since 1874. Cheyenne is now overrunning with people who have moved to our city for permanent residence and to...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Everyone has their little troubles and we have ours, though they are different than some people’s little troubles. This morning just as we were going to press, we tore our dress, and now we...

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The preliminary hearing of Speck Clark, Shorty Vick and Charles Hamilton was held here last Mon. at the Maddux Building in Justice Falconer’s court. The council for the defendants, Judge Hendricks and Perry Madden....