March 10, 1916, Bunkerville: The boys that were working on the automobile road down at the bridge came in for conference and have gone back to work.
Ellis Wittwer the little son of Harmon Wittwer fell out of the wagon and broke his arm above the wrist.
March 10, 1900, Littlefield: J.C. Stewart Drove into town this Tuesday, evening. He is just back from New York but had nothing to say in regard to the mining deal which called him to the country’s metropolis.
March 12,1915, Littlefield: Myrtle Reed, our school teacher and Hulda Frehner, primary president, are joining together to get up an entertainment for Easter.
March 12, 1915, Bunkerville: Word has been received that Mrs. George Hunt died at St George this morning.
March 14, 1909, Littlefield: Our trees are in full bloom and the Lucerne is six inches high; cottonwood tree leaves are a third grown. Early gardens are up and looking well, peas are about four inches high.