The Clark County Commission approved a resolution last week to declare a state of emergency for massive flooding that occurred in the Moapa Valley communities on Sept. 8.
Archives for September 2014
This weekend, on Saturday, September 27, the second annual Dirty Nasty Mud Race returns to Logandale. Mud racers from throughout the region will be coming to town,
The Overton Power District Board of Directors unanimously approved the renewal of the district’s employee insurance plan at a meeting held on Wednesday, September 17.
Public Lands Day will be celebrated Saturday, Sept. 27 with a cleanup project of the Logandale Trails area beginning at 8:00 a.m.
Youth from throughout the region enjoyed a free night hike and scorpion hunt at the Moapa Valley Wildlife Refuge in Warm Springs on Saturday, Sept. 19
The Queho Posse, an all male historical fraternity also known as E Clampus Vitus, celebrated the unveiling of a monument in Glendale on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 10 a.m.
With hunting season in progress those participating in the dove hunt, and other local hunts, are encouraged to use precautions regarding the use of firearms near homes.
To assist Moapa Valley residents in their flood cleanup efforts, Republic Services will be opening its Moapa Convenience Center on an extra day this month.
No one asked me but… The President’s idea of arming the Free Syrian Army, in their fight against Assad and the ISIS terrorists, borders on insanity. I find it interesting that under the President’s plan he is willing to turn over military arms
You can now lock your house and arm your security system all at the touch of a button on your phone or your laptop.