Mar. 1, 1912: Mrs. Allie Bunker is at Littlefield visiting her parents.
Mar. 3, 1900: Henry Frehner has gone to Washington Mill (UT) with Wheat.
Mar. 3, 1900: Our fields present quite an appearance of spring. Cottonwood trees are in lea, and Lucerne is six inches high.
Mar. 6, 1913, Washington County News: Robert of Littlefield, Arizona, was here today en route home from the Washington Roller Mill. Mr. Reber reports looking good about Littlefield; fine rains have fallen, and a force of sixteen men are working on the dam to take water out of the Virgin River.
Mar. 7, 1910: H.P. Iverson has begun to build a four-room rock house across the river which looks very enticing. He expects to have it completed by July of this year. Good for him.
Mar. 7, 1910: Putting in gardens and pruning vines is the order of the day. Samuel Reber Jr is pruning vines on the seedless grape farm at Mesquite, Nev.