A small group of local residents gathered at the Old Logandale School on Saturday to meet up with Assemblyman James Oscarson. Oscarson was holding his first campaign kickoff for the upcoming elections here in Moapa Valley.
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Officials of the Clark County Junior Livestock Association (CCJLA) now have a definite tally of animals that will be present at the show during the Clark County Fair in April.
Nearly five years after the LDS Logandale Chapel was destroyed by fire, construction is expected to begin in the next few days on a new facility to replace it. A notice to proceed with construction has been issued
For those who loved the Mud Bog Racing event that took place near the Logandale Ballfields last September, there’s another exciting event coming up at the end of next month.
Members of the Moapa Valley Revitalization Committee (MVRC) have a goal. They want all of the different community organizations in Moapa Valley to work together for one common goal; and they want to help facilitate that cooperation.
The members of the Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) with the Clark County Farm Bureau want to help local families in need through the Harvest For All Food Drive. This event will be held on Saturday, February 1.
In celebration of Nevada’s 150th anniversary of statehood, Nevada State Parks is hosting a series of Dutch oven cook-offs at state parks across Nevada. Winners from each cook-off will be invited to compete in a statewide final
What follows may be viewed as a rather trivial complaint. It may be seen as too banal for a newspaper Editorial column. But sometimes it is those little things that really get stuck in the craw and become the biggest irritants over time.
No one asked me but… Clark County regulatory agencies are at it again. A few years ago storm troopers from the Clark County Health Department attacked a dinner party in the valley and arbitrarily shut the operation down.
I appreciate the recent Editorial about Nevada reaching the last spot in education (The Problem’s Not Only In The Classroom: Progress January 15, 2014). And I can say I wasn’t surprised. Every quarter my children, who are only in elementary school, receive a district letter of Statewide statistics