July 4, 1921: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frehner went to St Thomas for July 4th celebrations.
J.W. Pollock left yesterday for Los Angeles Cal. on business.
July 5, 1917: Seven automobiles passed through here (Washington UT) Monday on the Arrowhead Trail four of the bound to the coast, one to St Johns, AZ one to Bunkerville and one to Las Vegas NV
July 5,1918: Littlefield went over the top on her war stamp drive $80, our quota being $520 Hurrah! Hurrah!
The 4th of July passed over quiet, most of the young people went to the Narrows. A very good time was had by all.
July 5,1922: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S Leavitt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Leavitt and family of Bunkerville NV are here visiting with their parents Mr and Mrs I. H Burgess and other relatives
July 7, 1916: Samuel Reber returned home yesterday from Pine Valley with lumber for the grist mill.
July 10, 1917: Miss LodaThurston of Mesquite NV is visiting here (Gunlock UT)
July 10, 1936: Big Flood in Bunkerville