This week in history July 6-12

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July 12, 1911: The threshing is all done on the river, something over 15,000 bushels being raised, more than ever has been known in this section.

July 12, 1911: The heat the last days almost unbearable, cloudy, hot and sultry.

July 11, 1912: Andrew Jones, Tom Johnson and Mr. Whitehead were here from Overton Tuesday night to make arrangements for a shorter route between the two settlements.

July 6, 1914: Inspectors for the election were appointed for the primary and general election for Mesquite – Wm E Abbott, John H Barnum, Louis J Pulsipher. For Bunkerville-Parley Hunt, Edward I. Cox and Harmon Wittwer.

July 10, 1922: Charles Zabraski is putting up a house at Beaver Dams.

July 10, 1936: Big Flood in Bunkerville

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