April 27, 1911: Albert Frehner of Littlefield was here (Washington UT) for part of the week for medical treatment.

April 27, 1913: Work at the Narrows on the tunnel is progressing nicely, there will soon be three shifts working on it. the tunnel will be 225 feet long and 8 x 10 feet in diameter to carry the water through. The dam is being put in. G H Keene, the general manager, left on the 26th for Moapa NV to meet Mr. Park, the secretary and treasurer of the company: from there they will both go to Salt Lake City where the director of the the project will hold their meeting.

April 27,1922, Bunkerville: School closed yesterday. Thursday night the graduating class held a very good program was rendered. There were six graduates this year Herman Mokler, Vincent Leavitt, Iris Waite, Alice Barlow, Vera Wittwer and Elizabeth Leavitt. Miss Leavitt graduated in three years with the exception of 1 1/2 credit which she will make up over the summer.

Miss Pearl Bowman is spending the week here (Washington UT) from Bunkerville NV She arrived Sunday.

April 28, 1908: Mariah Leavitt, better known as Aunt Mariah, has been visiting at Littlefield for a week. She gave us a pleasant call, for we are always pleased to have our dear old timer with us again. She left for her home in  Mesquite on Sunday accompanied by her son.

April 30, 1915: Lamond Hughes has been very low the last week with pneumonia. He was out to a dance last Friday night and seemed to be alright, but after he got home, he took sick and has been sick ever since. A Dr. was sent for, but his auto broke down half way between here and Overton and he had to walk in. Lamond is on the gain now but slow.

April 30, 1915, Bunkerville:  Dr Beal of Overton and his sister were in town last Monday. He was called to Mesquite to attend a sick boy of Wm Hughes and came by automobile road through the hills. Their car broke down near Key West and they had to walk in.