Nov. 15, 1912: A party was given last Friday to Mr and Mrs Hubert Leavitt to show them our appreciation for what they have done for Mesquite in putting the phone from here to Gunlock. An excellent program was rendered and refreshments served.

Nov. 15, 1911: Bishop John Bunker and Elder Whitney of St Thomas were here as home missionaries. They gave good encouraging talks to people.

Nov.16 1910, Bunkerville:  We have had beautiful rain. It commenced to fall during the night Saturday and rained Sunday, Monday and Tuesday making everything look beautiful.

Nov. 16, 1910: A moving picture company showed pictures in the meeting house Friday, Saturday and Tuesday nights.

Nov. 16, 1910: Sunday night Jesse Waite killed a wildcat that killed a number of his chickens.

Nov. 17, 1894: Deseret News: Bunkerville will put 30,000 lbs of cotton into the Washington county mill this fall. The gin at Bunkerville is now at work cleaning and bailing the cotton for market.This valuable product is receiving more attention each year, and will shortly be raised in quantity in the Muddy valley also, where experiments have demonstrated the soil and climate to be particularly adapted to it.