May 1, 1915: Clark County Commissioners Travel Over Route to Utah. County Commissioners C.C. Ronnow and Geo A Fayle left Vegas the first of the week by automobile to go over the route of the “All the Year” automobile route highway between here and St George, Utah. They were joined by Commissioner Darling at Bunkerville.

May 1, 1920: The government has approved the plans and surveys for the bridge over the Virgin River at Mesquite, and the money appropriated. The contract requires that the steel is to b delivered to St Thomas by the first week of July.

May 2, 1917: Washington UT Con and Louis Adams came up from Bunkerville on business last week.

May 5, 1922: The Mesquite school building is progressing very nicely. The size is 95 x 100. a large assembly room and 4 classrooms with other essentials necessary. The walls are up about 10′ high We expect to finish the building July 1. About 20 men are working on it. It is being built of cement blocks and adobe very good quality.

May 5, 1922:  The warm weather has melted the snow and increased the water in the Virgin River. It has taken out the head of the ditch (irrigation ditch) about twenty teams (teams of horses) are going to get it in again

May 6, 1916:  Our Parents class took their annual outing in the mountains last Friday, Saturday and Sunday had a very good time. Sunday school was held and everybody that attended felt more like doing their duties. Had plenty of nice fat beef ice cream and root beer. Everyone had a great time.