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Last updated 7/29/2021 at 9:37am

A photo from 50 years ago -

Standing Wheat Saved - Firemen kept flames out of standing wheat at the Glen Kubik farm Monday evening. The fire, believed set by a tractor or combine, was confined to about two acres of stubble. Three fire trucks and seven volunteer firemen responded. Thom Kembel, Bernie Klemmer, Chuck McCormick, Len Folland, Bob Barnes, Ron Snowden and Bob Benzel. – Journal-Times photo

100 years ago

The Ritzville

Journal-Times

July 28, 1921

MORAN GAINS

FREEDOM BY

DARING JAIL BREAK

In a bold escape at about 6:45 last night Tom Moran, an ex-convict, held in the county jail on a charge of attempted assault, made a break for liberty and so far has not been apprehended. He cut the two inch steel bar of the jail door with a hacksaw. Moran is regarded as a desperate character and every effort is being made by the officers to recapture him. Officers in all the surrounding towns have been notified.

75 years ago

The Ritzville

Journal-Times

July 25, 1946

Better Signals Planned...



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