Observations from the archives, 1964: Krazy Day biggest and best ever
1914, 100 years ago: Threshers moving their rigs through the city and who have to drive across the street crossings are requested by the authorities to use planks under the engine wheels. This rule will be strictly enforced. … William Tonn, who is well-known to the people of Alexandria, died at Kellogg, Idaho from the results of injuries received in a mine. He was born in Germany and was 49 years old. For many years he worked in Alexandria for Fred Raiter in the butcher shop.
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