January 21, 1916, Mesquite: A meeting was held the first Sunday by citizens of the Valley for the purpose of getting a grist mill. J Lewis Pulsipher was put as agent for the mill. We expect the mill to be up and in running order by harvest time.
January 21, 1916, Bunkerville: Born a son to Mr. and Mrs. Will Coleman a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Alma Leavitt. Mrs. Susan Hunt has been ton the sick list for several days.
January 21, 1922: Routes selected by Highway Department, The Nevada Highway system which provides for the primary and secondary routes in compliance with the terms of Phipps-Dowell bill recently passed by congress was adopted by the state highway department this week as follows: Primary Routes Verdi to Wendover via Reno, Sparks, Wadsworth, Lovelock, Winemucca, Golconda Elko Wells.
Arrowhead trail from Search light on the California side through Las Vegas to Mesquite near the Arizona line.
January 22, 1921 Las Vegas Age, Bunkerville: Mesquite Bridge makes progress. The work of construction on the bridge across the Rio Virgin between Mesquite and Bunkerville is making good progress. The piling approaches are completed and the work of putting up the steel trusses in place has begun. It is estimated that two months will suffice to complete the project.
January 25, 1921: Lawrence Leavitt has returned home to Gunlock after spending being in Bunkerville since the Holidays.