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 … [Read more...]

This week in history Feb. 15-21

Feb. 15, 1913: Miss Brunswicker, our schoolteacher from Los Angeles, has been called to her mother's bedside that is very ill, she will leave today. Feb. 16, 1911: The little boy of Nephi Hunt who was scalded, is improving nicely. Milo Adams is … [Read more...]

This week in history Feb. 8-14

Feb. 8, 1919: Milton Earl was here the fore part of the week visiting, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frehner . He has just come home from training camp in Alabama. Feb. 8, 1919: Littlefield; we have no cases of flu as yet. Feb.8, 1912: Almond … [Read more...]

This week in history Feb. 1-7

Feb. 4, 1909: Apricot trees are in full bloom in Littlefield. Feb. 4, 1899: Grain all in and watered.  Many tramps pass through here. We have a good school here now with Mrs. Rosa Jarvis as teacher. Feb. 4, 1912: Joseph H Reber has had a force … [Read more...]

This week in history Jan 25-31

Jan. 25, 1911: Last Wednesday night a wildcat went into Nephi Hunt’s chicken coop and killed sixty chickens. Jan. 26, 1910: Vica Leavitt and Rhoda Wittwer have returned to Cedar City to continue their studies. They came down for the holidays and … [Read more...]

This week in history Jan. 18-24

Jan. 25, 1911: Last Wednesday night a wildcat went into Nephi Hunt’s chicken coop and killed sixty chickens. Jan. 26, 1910: Vica Leavitt and Rhoda Wittwer have returned to Cedar City to continue their studies. They came down for the holidays and … [Read more...]

This week in history Jan. 11-18

Jan. 11, 1912: For a week past we have had the coldest weather that has been known for years. The river froze over and it has not done that for 25 years the thermometer was down to 12. The last two or three days there has been a lot of snow on the … [Read more...]