This week in history April 26-May 2

April 27, 1916: Chas Lindsey representing Motor West magazine commended J S Abbott at Bunkerville for getting autos across the river in good shape and says his charges are very reasonable.Mr Lindsey was on his way to Salt Lake City from Los Angeles … [Read more...]

This week in history April 19-25

April 19, 1911, Bunkerville: We have been having quite cool weather for the last week, killed some of the tenderer  garden stuff, froze water in the dishes left outside, killed part of the second crop of figs and some grapes. April 20, 1902: A … [Read more...]

This week in history April 12-18

April 12, 1910, Mesquite: If you wish to see beautiful roses, call at Nephi Johnson's farm and your wish will be gratified.(Nephi's wife had a green thumb) April 12, 1911, Bunkerville: Harmon Tobler is adding another room to his house. April … [Read more...]

This week in history April 5-11

April 5, 1919: All the young folks went from here to Bunkerville Friday for a May dance. We had a splendid time. April 6, 1916: Dixie Boys Win. The decision in the debate on Saturday night at Reno, NV, between the B.Y.U debating team Le Roy Hafen … [Read more...]

This week in history March 29-April 4

March 31, 1906: A heavy flood came down the Rio virgin a few days since and washed out the Bunkerville and Mesquite Dams, but a force of men and teams are repairing them and there will soon be water available again. March 31, 1906: E Bunker Jr Has … [Read more...]

This week in history March 22-28

March 22, 1912: Our school district closed tonight.Some of the boys have gone to the mountains for snow and the girls are collecting milk so as to have ice cream for the parents and children that will come to the school celebration. March 23, … [Read more...]

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 … [Read more...]

This week in history March 8-14

March 4, 1916: Tuesday the Relief Society members gave a surprise party to their president Thurza Leavitt and her councilors at the home of Mrs. Leavitt had a nice program and lunch and all enjoyed themselves. While working on the dam this week Wm … [Read more...]

This week in history March 1-7

Mar. 1, 1908: The County (Lincoln) has appropriated $40 to be spent on Bunkerville roads and the men are out today hauling gravel, cutting away brush, scraping and shoveling up our streets. Mar. 4, 1910: A ten pound baby boy has arrived at the … [Read more...]

This week in history Feb. 22-28

Feb. 22, 190:  Milo Adams has been walking for the last week with on crutches, a log having fallen on his foot and smashed it. Feb. 22, 1917: Misses Evelyn and Vera Reber came home to spend Saturday and Sunday from Bunkerville.  Miss Julia Reber o … [Read more...]