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shoo Coyote's two big hounds before they could get into his camp to bury him there with his guns, etc.
Sissix, "the renegade Ute," was banished from the Ute Tribe for murder. He then went to live with the Pavants of Corn Creek, in Millard County....
man." (A copy of the Enterprise of August 12, 1875, is still in existence and is the property of Mary Goodwin of Beaver).
THE BEAVER COUNTY SENTINEL was the next
paper, and was managed by G. W. McLaughlin.
THE SQUARE DEALER, with Joseph Field again...
Newhouse has gone and the wind still blows over the desert waste. Yet in the hearts of the people who once lived there a warm spot remains for the "Old Town that once was." THE STORY OF THE CAVE MINE John Bradshaw was born in England and came to...
reason for the growth of the valley, but it hardly would be correct to say that the railroad with its people have had less than a major part in bringing the town up from the size of a spot on the map to the present city that it now represents with...
In the late 90's they used to place from 6,000 to 10,000 wethers in one herd and trail them from Oregon, through Idaho, Wyoming and Nebraska, during spring and summer months, and mostly fatten them on the way to market. In the spring of 1905, N....
of a shortage of water, most all of the settlers on the Delta project moved out, and in 1917, D. E. Kirk, C. C. Sloan, E. C. McGarry, M. P. Lewis and Bert Nichols again started the development of the underground water. But on account of the war,...
that his pump did not throw enough water to irrigate the land, and his crops were a failure. The well crew first was put to work sinking a five-foot cement curbing with perforations, but this was finally abandoned. A wooden frame strainer then was...