A Pro-class Mud Race event took place at the Logandale Sports Complex parking lot on Saturday, September 26.
Archives for September 2015
Festivities for the 2015 homecoming celebration are set to begin next week. This year’s theme is “Even the Gods wish they could be Pirates.”
Something fearful awaits those who dare to enter this foreboding cornfield in Moapa. Back for its second year, the Moapa Valley Haunted Corn Maze
This school year, the Moapa Valley High School is welcoming Dr. Lisa Louw as the school’s new dean of students.
The MV Performing Arts Council began its 2015-2016 Season with a promise of things to come. Jana Holmes and Lynda Dimick brought together local talent
No one asked me but… Two world leaders arrived in Washington, D.C. at the same time last week. One is the Christian leader of the smallest country in the world.
Since it first came into common usage a few years ago I have been bemused by the term “The Greatest Generation”. Created by TV journalist Tom Brokaw who used it as the title for his popular book
Mesquite Regional Business hosted a Job Fair on Monday, Sept. 21 located at the Grand Ballroom in the Casablanca Resort in Mesquite.
In completion of his Eagle Scout Project, Overton youth Joseph Muhlestein renovated an old sign that had become a historic fixture in the town:
After 10 years of serving in the Clark County Northeast Office, Victoria Coston retired on Monday, leaving a legacy of prompt problem solving