Oct. 20, 1877: First house fire; Lemuel Leavitt’s home burned down.
Oct. 22, 1910: Orange W. Earl, Edw. I. Cox and S. Darling of Bunkerville were in the valley this week, the two latter to attend the republican rally held Wednesday evening.
Oct. 25, 1913: Mrs. Florence E. Burgess of Mesquite was committed to the asylum at Reno as an insane person. She was brought down by her father, John L. Pulsipher, Mrs. Lovica Abbott and Mr. Walter W. Hughes. She had four small children.
Oct. 22, 1922: Mrs. Erma Bunker and sister Mauda of Bunkerville are visiting with their mother Mrs. Cora Iverson.