This week in history Sept. 13-19

Sept. 16, 1908, Littlefield, AZ:  One of the worst storms visited on us last Sunday, causing floods to run in every direction. Sept. 16, 1910, Bunkerville, NV:  The farmers were glad to see the rain come Tuesday night, although Wednesday it rained … [Read more...]

This week in history Sept. 6-12

September 6, 1921: The cow boys are home again from the mountains where they have been gathering weaners (young calves) the past week. September 8, 1912: Willard Iverson and wife of Sonora arrived here August 30 and expect to make this place their … [Read more...]

This week in history Aug. 30-Sept. 5

Sept. 1, 1908, Littlefield: I. C. Thoreson, the boss of the survey, and W.C. Filer, the capitalist, were here looking over the irrigation project. Mr. Filer was greatly pleased with the company here and its prospects. He stated that the railroad … [Read more...]

This week in history Aug. 23-29

It has been 100 years since the Spanish Flu epidemic that plagued the world and closed schools. In 1916, there was an opportunity for students to earn college credit by attending normal school (teacher Preparation school) in Bunkerville. When … [Read more...]

This week in history Aug. 16-22

August 17, 1916: The cement work on the new school building (in Bunkerville) is almost finished. August 17, 1916: A.D. Leavitt went to find a market for his pigs and returned last night. August 18, 1917: Nineteen new names are added to Clark … [Read more...]

This week in history Aug. 9-15

August 9, 1915: The threshing machine of Mesquite is here (Littlefield ) and threshed grain. The farmers are well pleased with the result. August 9, 1915: Joseph Frehner has come home with a load of lumber. He expects to commence work on his new … [Read more...]

This week in history July 26-Aug. 1

July 26, 1917:  Military Draft completed Friday in Washington. DC. List of Clark County Men Drawn in the first 2000 numbers which will be called, from which the First Army of 687,000 will be selected. Some of the men from this area called to serve … [Read more...]

This week in history July 19-25

July 18, 1908, Bunkrerville: On July 4th Eugene Barnum son of A>J> Barnum, while waking up the town of Mesquite held a stick of powder too long and lost some of his fingers and was otherwise damaged.The people of this section will pull for a … [Read more...]

This week in history July 5-11

July 5, 1911: The fourth passed off nicely with an appropriate program in the fore noon, racing and other sports in the afternoon, plenty of ice cream, the evening coming to an end with a dance that everyone appeared to enjoy. Joseph Jones is … [Read more...]

This week in history June 28-July 4

June 29, 1918: Dr. Mc Gregor was called from St. George to the beside of Vern Pollock who has been sick for the last two weeks. Dr. says he had Typhoid Fever he is doing fine now. June 30, 1909, Littlefield: Our boys have been on the Mountain … [Read more...]