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A severe cold wave struck the area in 1940.
Five children were released from the hospital after a bus accident in 1945, but were due for a final checkup. Next post at 6 p.m.
It was 48 degrees July 1, 1945. Brrrr!
600 chicks (baby chickens, not girls) were killed in a brooder house fire near Rushmore in 1960. Next post at 6 p.m.
An epidemic of car accidents (two?) had occurred this week in 1935, according to the Nobles County Times, but fortunately the injuries weren’t as bad as initially expected.
Two people were hospitalized in a two-car collision in 1960, which involved Edward Stamm of Lander, Wyoming and Ray Schadwinkle of Luverne.
A semi truck got trapped in the mud a mile north of Slayton in 1960.
In a freak accident, Charles Larson and Charles Larson were in a… freak accident, in 1945. They were not related.