The White Rabbit was running about muttering to himself, the Cheshire cat sat in disguise, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum were merrily rhyming with no reasoning, the Queen was huffing and puffing and the Cards were trying to keep it all in perspective. The MVHS Drama program’s production of Alice in Wonderland was in full swing at the Ron Dalley Theatre last week.
Archives for March 2013
The Moapa Valley Performing Arts Council wraps up this season with a performance by ‘Cellar Door’. This group; consisting of Larry Vincent, his wife Jeannie, and his brother Steve Vincent; features the unique sounds of original and vintage acoustic music.
The Moapa Band of Paiutes is at odds again with regional utility company, NV Energy, and its operation of the coal burning Reid Gardner Power Station in Moapa. Last week, the tribe accused NV Energy of submitting phony air pollution monitoring data to state regulators.
Officials of the tribe have long complained that smoke and fine particles of coal ash, blown in the desert wind over the Reservation from the plant, have caused significant health problems among the community’s roughly 300 residents.
A popular sight at the Clark County Fair is the Agriculture Building and this year shouldn’t be any exception. The folks in charge of the display there, once known as the Small Animal exhibit, have broadened the horizons to include much more than small animals.
The Moapa Band of Paiutes Social Service Department will be holding its fifth annual Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) awareness health fair and parade on Friday at the Tribal Building on the Paiute Reservation. The tribe is inviting businesses and members of the community to participate in the parade or to host a booth at the fair
Saturday, March 30, will be the Grand Opening of the Moapa Valley’s latest business, Big Daddy’s General Store.
After 25 years of working for Central Garden and Pet Company out of Atlanta, Georgia, Joe Bosilovick found himself looking for new experiences. The 5,000 or so miles a month he had traveled throughout Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah making contacts in major retailers and big box stores that carried lawn and gardening supplies is now paying off for him.
No one asked me but… Two of the most extreme liberals in America today, Piers Morgan and Michael Moore, have attacked Senator Harry Reid for not being liberal enough. One must wonder what planet these guys have been living on.
They are upset that Harry refused to bring the assault rifle ban for a vote onto the Senate floor. Senator Reid is, if nothing else, an astute politician with his ear to the ground.
Critical Mass: If you add one more electron to the system, it explodes or implodes and you can’t stop it ad infinitum.
Do we want the world’s governments to determine our domestic firearms laws? Back in early May of 2010, while we were all watching an oil spill and a failed terrorist bombing attempt, along with other front-page news issues, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed a small arms treaty with the United Nations.
The Senior Center in Overton presents live music on stage every Monday and Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. while the snowbirds are here. Several of the performers have been award-winning musicians during their careers.
Tom and Janie Shakespear are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kayla Amy Shakespear to Colton Kay Doty, son of Guy and Julie Doty. The couple will be married on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at the Clark County Fairgrounds.