Monday’s Daily Distraction: Quarantine Buzzwords

Introducing the County 10 Daily Distraction. Word Searches, photo contests, trivia questions and more. All local content, made just for you – our readers! Each day while the Corona-craziness lasts (okay…MOST days), we’ll post a Daily Distraction. Just complete it and enter your info – you’ll be entered to win a gift card to a local business to help you #keepitlocal!

Today’s distraction is a Quarantine Buzzwords Wordsearch. We hope you enjoy!



Answers to Friday’s Fremont County History Quiz

  1. South Pass held the first tribunal in American history that was presided over by a woman.
  2. The first sheep wagon was invented in Rawlins in 1884.
  3. The namesake of Fremont County, John C. Fremont, was an author, presidential candidate, Civil War general, and explorer. 
  4. The Chicago and Northwestern Railroad reached Lander in October of 1906.
  5. The first flowing oil well west of the Mississippi River was located nearest to Lander.

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