1861 Colonel Robert Reily a meeting in his home to name what would become Wyoming, Ohio.
1872 Wyoming Stock Growers Association officially organized.
1892 Wyoming Stock Growers Association annual meeting concludes.
1905 This stage stop at Muddy Home photographed.
As was this post office at Ft. Washakie.
1906 Worland incorporated. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1916 Bill Carlisle robs passengers on the UP's Overland Limited as it traveled between Laramie and Cheyenne. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1916 Joseph Fallis of Rock Springs granted a patent for a article carrier.
1916 The Punitive Expedition: The Wyoming Tribune, April 4, 1916
We're looking at, I think, a morning newspaper now. The Wyoming newspaper archive lacked the public domain copy Casper evening paper I was posting for 1916, but it will be back tomorrow night.
The interesting thing here is that quite a few Wyoming papers for this date, including a Casper morning paper, do not have Punitive Expedition entries for this date. I was curious of the story was just off the front page, but they're also smaller papers that may have simply been running all local news.
Also of interest is the cartoon on the price of gasoline. Obviously it must have been of real concern to make the front page, but it's something we don't think much about, in the context of 1916, now. That gasoline would be expensive in the context of a world war is not surprising.
1933 Graduate engineering courses at the University of Wyoming suspended as a result of the Great Depression. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1955 39 inches of snow fell in Sheridan. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.