A legendary and long-departed area resident was given a fond homecoming celebration on Saturday, March 26. Nearly 58 years after his death
Archives for March 2016
It’s a cottontail! It’s a jackrabbit! No, it’s a pink Easter bunny?!
If you were out riding the desert trails last weekend, chances are you might have seen a bunny that stood out a bit from the normal wildlife.
As I have thought it over and tried to gain some insight into who Art Coleman was, I came up with two defining
It has been nearly two years now since the despicable deed was done. Of course, there were so many despicable deeds being done in this area at that particular time that this statement really begs some further clarification.
No one asked me but… We just filed our taxes for last year. We go to Mesquite, Nevada to do this. When I was the Principal of Moapa Valley High School,
We, Jack Heitmann’s daughters, would like to set the record straight about the “Welcome to Overton” sign that has become such a controversy.
As the new Senior Center was coming to completion a Moapa Valley group wanted to obtain the old Senior Center for a youth rec. center.
Health care is always changing, brought on by scientific breakthroughs, technological advancements, government regulation and reform.
There are few things in life for on you completely miss out if you are just one minute late for them.
The tradition of hiding, finding, and decorating Easter eggs has been around for thousands of years.