This week in history June 22-28

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This week in history June 22-28

June 23, 1928: Bunkerville had a hail storm and flood. The hail stones were as large as hen’s eggs. Because of the banks of hail residents of Bunkerville were able to enjoy ice cream into June.

June 27, 1908: Telephone committee formed.

June 28, 1882: Flood takes washes out the dam and irrigation canals in 58 places.

June 28, 1923: Henry Frehner, Miss Ella Reber and Robert Reber are business visitors here [Washington UT] from Littlefield Ariz today.

June 28, 2003: Ribbon Cutting at the Fine Arts Building.

 

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