This week, the Moapa Valley library ended its regular series of Summer Reading programs with a bang; or rather, a splash!
Archives for July 2014
The theme for the Calvary Community Church Vacation Bible School (VBS) last week was “Backstage with the Bible.” Directors Cein Caldwell and Lisa Wilson chose this particular theme
Groups of residents in both the Moapa Valley and Moapa townships have been focusing their efforts in recent years upon establishing trails in their communities; both for pedestrian/cycling use and for ATV uses.
Max Bunnell, teacher and well-known artist is highlighted at The Lost City Museum’s August exhibition. “Scenes of Moapa Valley” features work of several area artists from the Moapa Valley Art Guild
The beginning of the Moapa Valley High School fall sports season is just around the corner. The staff at the school have some reminders for students planning to participate in athletics.
Gaye Stockman, President and CEO of Mesquite Regional Business (MRB) gave a PowerPoint presentation on the Revolving Loan Fund Program on Wednesday evening
Lake Mead National Recreation Area (NRA) is still considered one of the most popular destinations among all of the spots managed by the National Park Service nationwide. According to a study released by the Park Service last week,
Mesa View Regional Hospital is pleased to welcome Cort Leavitt, M.D. as an independent member of the medical staff. Dr. Leavitt with his wife and three children recently moved to Mesquite from Janesville, Wisconsin, where he practiced at Mercy Medical Center.
Last week the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) threw a real wrench into the works; putting a reality check on what was being billed as the smallest rate increase proposal in more than a decade for southern Nevada’s electric service customers.
No one asked me but… It’s back to the future. Electric Cars are coming. It is the eco-nuts latest gift to American society. You can be driving a Chevy Volt for a mere $41,000 or a Nissan Leaf for $33,000.