Anticipation filled the air as Moapa Valley High School seniors filled the school’s auditorium for Senior Scholarship and Awards Night on the evening of Wednesday, May 21.
Archives for May 2014
Overton resident Chad Gentry and his wife Tami recently returned home from a safari hunt in South Africa. While there they spent 10 days hunting some of the most exciting game in the African wilderness.
The Overton Power District Board of Directors approved a 2 percent salary increase for general manager Mendis Cooper retroactive to January of this year during a meeting held on Wednesday last week in Overton.
Fizz…Boom…Read! Moapa Valley Library’s Summer Reading Program is ready to explode!
This year’s theme is science-based. So, kids be prepared for plenty of experiments, messiness, learning, and fun! Program sign-ups begin on June 2 and continue through August 2, with weekly programs, storytimes, activities, and fun.
Early voting for this year’s primary election in Clark County began on Saturday, May 24, and will continue at various locations through Friday, June 6.
For Moapa and Moapa Valley residents, the opportunity for early voting will take place on Monday, June 2 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the Overton Community Center at 320 N. Moapa Valley Blvd.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is seeking public input on a draft Conceptual Management Plan for the Overton Wildlife Management Area.
The full service barber shop is one of institutions that has almost slipped into history. You know, that old-fashioned the shave-and-a-haircut place with the barber pole out front that is wholly centered on the specialty of meeting the unique grooming needs of men and boys.
American flags were flying all over the Moapa Valley this Memorial Day weekend. These reminders were there thanks to the American Legion Post 75 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8336
In recent years, the re-shuffling of voting districts in Nevada has carved up the Moapa Valley community. Any strength that may have existed in a local voting block has thus been severely diluted through these divisions.
No one asked me but… Memorial Day is coming up. I know most of you already celebrated it on Monday, but for us purists, Memorial Day is May 30. The federal government in 1968 passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Act,