June 1, 1916: Joseph H Reber has a new grain binder and is busy cutting grain.
June 5, 1909: The harvest is on in earnest and most of the barley is already in the shock and much of the wheat is ripening fast. The second crop of alfalfa is ready for the second cut.
June 5, 1912: The high water took out a good portion of our dam now since the water has gone down it is hard to keep water in the (irrigation) ditch.
June 5, 1912: James S Abbott is laying the floor in the upstairs of his house.
June 5, 1998: Bomb scare at the Post office.
June 7, 1916: A surprise chicken supper was sprung on George Strasser, by the young people of the town, the occasion being his birthday.