February 8, 1915: Samuel Wittwer was called home on account of the death of his granddaughter, Verda Tobler, at Washington (Utah)
February 8, 1915: Work is being done on the automobile road.
February 10, 1916, Washington UT: John Kinny, Chas Seegmiller Jr. and C.R. Sullivan came in Monday from Mesquite where they have been looking after cattle. They have sold their cows to Los Angeles parties and have the rest of their cattle on the range which is stated to be very good. Mr. Sullivan says the people of Bunkerville and Mesquite are enthusiastic over the All the year Route and that every team (horse teams) of these places are working on the road.
February 13, 1915: The bee keepers of the state have organized and will co-operate for mutual benefit. Joseph I. Earl of Bunkerville, is president.
February 13, 1915: C.M. Peterson and Joe Keate of Moapa were in town (Bunkerville) Wednesday night in search of the men that robbed T W Sloan’s store the week before, but no men to be found of that kind.
February 13, 1915: Word comes from Bunkerville of the death of Mrs. Harmon Wittwer, who was terribly burned about three weeks ago. Death has brought merciful relief from her suffering. She leaves behind a husband and five children, many relatives and friends to mourn her loss.