This Week In History Oct. 31, 2015

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Oct.15, 1992: Tommy Leavitt resigns his post as District Three Councilman after 18 years of public service. He began his service when Mesquite still had a town board.

Oct. 27, 1994: 5th grader, Justin Whipple, received a $50.00 United States Saving bond for winning an art competition sponsored by the United State Postal Service.

Nov. 5, 1878: Bunkerville voting precinct established.

Nov. 1882: Only ten families resided in Mesquite Flats (Now Mesquite)

Nov. 2, 1924: First church meeting held in new Littlefield school building

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