May 26, 1900:  Citizens of this enterprising little burg are endeavoring to secure more water. An organization has just been affected of ten men, each subscribing one hundred dollars for the purpose of tunneling into the hill at the narrows of the Virgin River above the Beaverdams. The object is to tap the water all in one body, that now comes out in different places, and apply it to the bench land south of the Virgin River between Littlefield and the Narrows thus bringing 2000 of fertile land under cultivation. There is talk of putting a dam at the Narrows.

May 27, 1899, Littlefield:  Mrs. Henry Frehner of Littlefield Arizona , presented her husband with twins a boy and a girl, on the 6th of May, making the second pair of twins born in that village within four months. Mrs. Albert Frehner presenting her husband with twin girls some time before.

May 28, 1915: The town girls had a party Friday night where no boys were invited Miss Vinda Waite and Miss Retta Leavitt of Bunkerville joined them in their sport. Mrs. Nancy Bowler has just returned for Gunlock where she had been visiting her mother. Solon Huntsman started for the Muddy Valley with his sons, Ralph and Jay, to find work Monday.

May 29, 1915: S.W. Darling of Bunkerville was an arrival at the Overland Thursday evening. He president at commencement exercises at Clark County High School last night.

May 29, 1915: Bunkerville Warren Cox and son, Melvin of St George were in town this week. A Miss Olsen of Leeds and a Miss McAllister of St George came with Mr. Cox and have gone on to Moapa Valley. A wedding reception for John Leavitt and Lillian Wittwer was given last night in the ward (church)hall. Harvesting is being done as fast as can be, quite a lot of grain ready to cut.