Representatives from the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) Club Ride program will be at the Lin’s Marketplace in Overton on Saturday, April 2 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to explain the benefits of carpooling and to register…
Archives for March 2011
I counted fourteen boats up in the Overton arm of Lake Mead on Wednesday, March 23 fishing for Striper. The weather was perfect but the fish did not seem too excited about what was being offered on line and hook.
Nearly 200 off-road vehicles in more than 20 individual classes including stock bugs, Jeep speed and unlimited truck competed in the Mint 400 off-road race last Saturday that started and ended at the Moapa Paiute Travel Plaza off I-15.
Tiffany’s Pies and Subs restaurant is celebrating its tenth anniversary of doing business in Logandale. On Friday, April 1, the small sandwich shop will have been in operation at its location in Wally’s Plaza for a decade.
Quail Hollow Farm CSA (community supported agriculture) last week launched its 2011 spring season and has approximately 60 openings for shareholders interested in receiving its weekly fresh and organic produce baskets.
The Moapa Valley High School Theatre Department has taken on William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night or What You Will” and given the production a truly inimitable voice.
The American Legion Post 75 will be hosting it’s annual Tank Day on Saturday, April 2.
The theme for this year is “Pride in our past, faith in our future” and this event kicks off the fund-raising for the Moapa Valley Independence Day Celebration.
The Nevada Rock Art Foundation will present a one hour informational event called Art On The Rocks at The Lost City Museum April 2 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.Attendees will learn about Nevada’s spectacular rock art sites. To RSVP call 775-323-6723 or email email@example.com.
The Logandale Fairgrounds is a flurry of activity these days. A small army of staff, contractors and volunteers are working long days to prepare for the opening of the Clark County Fair which, this year, is on Thursday, April 7.
No one asked me but… I warned you at the first of the year that education would often be a topic in this column. I grew up professionally in the Clark County School District. I have a fond affection for the district. I watched it grow from a rather small well-run district to the massive bureaucratic morass that it is today.