This week in history March 15-21

March 15, 1917: Dr. F. J. Woodbury returned Tuesday from Littlefield where he left a fine little daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Reber.

March 17, 1916: Willis Guearo and family have moved down from Gold-strike (their mine) for the summer.

March 20, 1912: I. C. Thoreson and company came in from Salt Lake City and New York respectively to look at a project at the Narrows (Mouth of the Virgin River Gorge) and were much pleased with it and expressed themselves ready to go to work..

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