Editor’s Note: The past year has been a busy one for news events in the Moapa Valley communities. What follows is a brief recap of some of the major news highlights for the year 2014.
Archives for December 2014
The Lost City Museum presents “One Is Silver, the Other Is Gold: Celebrating 25 Years of Nevada Folklife Apprenticeships” now through Jan. 30.
The Moapa Valley Community Education Advisory Board (MVCEAB), last week, sent an urgent letter to top officials of the Clark County School District (CCSD)
Opinion, and the expression of it, has been alive and well in Moapa Valley. The PROGRESS opinion page has been bustling with activity throughout 2014 as local residents have weighed in on all sorts of topics of interest to their community.
No one asked me but… America gets stranger and stranger. A few months ago, Americans gathered to protest the BLM’s invasion of Southern Nevada.
Catherine J. Swain, daughter of Henry Gordon Earhart and Ethel (Crew) Earhart, passed away on December 12, 2014 after a long battle with respiratory disease.
Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins hosted a town hall meeting on Monday, Dec. 22. The meeting was an effort to provide community members the opportunity to voice opinions and concerns regarding the
Golf Fore Kids held its 10th annual tournament earlier this month at four golf courses in Mesquite. The goal of the annual event is to collect Christmas toys for kids living in locations from Littlefield to Moapa Valley.
Last week the Review Journal website, Nevada Preps, came out with its all-state Football Team for 2014. This is a team chosen from all four divisions, Division I through Division IV, including both southern and northern teams.
Moapa Valley High School quarterback Zach Hymas has made a verbal commitment to join the football program at Weber State in Ogden, Utah.