December 7 1910, Bunkerville: It is reported that all the ore teams hauling for Grand Gulch will be laid off over the holidays. The miners are going home to be with their families.

December 7, 1912: Ira J Earl returned home last night from Logan, Utah, where he was attending the agricultural college for the past two years.

Funeral services were held here Sunday morning over the remains of an infant son of Mr. and Mars J.N. Hunt. Measles were given as the cause of death. The other cases in town are about all well. It is hoped that there are no more deaths.

A light shower fell last night, just enough to settle the dust and liven the grain, which is just beginning to show above the ground.

December 8, 1911: Mrs. Laura Knight, who has been here for some time, has returned to her home at Santa Clara, also Miss Jennie Laub of the same place has returned home.

Everybody was glad to see the water on Wednesday afternoon, but it is out again, part of the dam is gone.

December 12, 1913: Mr. Nisson, principal of the grades is teaching some of the boys band music; there are fourteen horns in town ( Bunkerville).

George Hunt has his house up and the carpenters are working on the roof.