Dreaded by some and highly anticipated by others, the first day of school brought Moapa Valley kids and teachers together on Monday, August 24.
Archives for August 2015
Former Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick was appointed to the Clark County Commission by Governor Brian Sandoval on Tuesday, August 18.
The Friends of Gold Butte organization last week released a report entitled “Damage in Gold Butte, Nevada” which purports to document resource damage
Fire caused severe damage to a mobile home near the Warm Springs area of Moapa on Wednesday afternoon last week.
The National Park Service (NPS) announced the appoinment of a new superintendent for Lake Mead National Recreation Area last week.
The Overton Power District (OPD) will soon be offering customers a chance to reduce their power bills by shopping online.
No one asked me but… A debate has broken out over the Fourteenth Amendment. Those very people who will fight and die over the literal interpretation of the Second Amendment
Not one but two lengthy articles on “Free“ TV in the valley… I felt a need to respond…
When the TV Board introduced the “Free” TV tax in April 2008, I was one of the people opposed.
So if the removal of a version of the Confederate Flag will stop young unstrung, unsprung murderous racists from killing innocent people, will the young, budding, radical kids,
A community preparedness fair was held at the Overton Community Center on Tuesday, August 18. The event was intended to educate the public