A triumphant “YES!” rang out as the bicyclists bent low over the handle bars called upon that last reserve of energy to sprint over the finish line. This was the ending of a three day Bicycle Stage Race held in the Moapa Valley last weekend.
Residents along State Route 168 in the central part of Moapa have been in an uproar lately over what has been going on at the former Geneva Pipe facility. In recent weeks they have seen truckload after truckload of what appears to be organic mulch material being dumped
No one asked me but… Last week the PROGRESS reported on a meeting held to discuss the faults of Common Core, the educational program adopted by the state of Nevada to bring our kids from the dark abyss of ignorance into the bright light of education.
Education is the accumulation of knowledge from birth to death. It matters not when or how.
Phyllis Diller said, “We spend the first 12 months of our children’s lives teaching them to walk and talk and the next 12 telling them to sit down and shut up.”
Sports and Recreation
The MVHS Pirate Motion team held it’s annual Revue last week to conclude its season. During the week, the team held a Jr. Dance Camp to raise funds for the program.
A local youngster is already getting a jumpstart on his dream career as a sports’ broadcaster. Mack Lyon Middle School 7th grader, Gannon Hanevold has been making a name for himself in announcing high school basketball games.
Clark County Fair Horticulture Superintendent, Denise Stoesser is encouraging everyone to enter their “American-made,” home-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, and other plants into the Fair’s horticulture exhibit this spring.
Chickens can restore their own damaged hearing, and their feat may one day help people with hearing loss.
Chickens have the amazing ability to restore their own hearing, and this trait is inspiring a nonprofit organization in their search for a cure for hearing loss in humans.