The pieces of the CC Fair and Rodeo puzzle are slowly coming together. Committees have been formed and are beginning the long hours of perfecting their projects. Gardens have been planted, flowers and bushes pruned and cactus nourished by spring rain. Sewing projects…
This Week In M.V. History
The weather forecast predicted rain over the weekend, but that didn’t interfere with the off-road racers out in the mountains on Ute Road.
The Motorcycle Racing Association of Nevada (MRAN) held it’s second round of the season, hosted by the Jackrabbits MC Club. Members of the Jackrabbits started to arrive on Wednesday night to start marking the races four different loops, check stations, start/finish lines and the scoring booth.
The 2010-2011 wrestling season came to an end for the Pirates with the culmination of the State Tournament at Spanish Springs High School in Sparks, Nevada. The wrestlers competed over the course of two days in front of an impressive crowd.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Western Area Power Administration (Western) are holding open house meetings to seek public comment on an environmental impact statement (EIS) that will evaluate the potential impacts of constructing the TransWest Express 600-kilovolt (kV) direct current (DC) transmission line project, which is proposed to cross portions of Colorado, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming.
The Moapa Valley Town Advisory Board will meet tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Overton Community Center.
On Friday, February 18, 2011 Ute V. Perkins Elementary School held its second annual “Dudes and Doughnuts” PTA event. The school cafeteria was full of excited children and a male representative in their life.
The Moapa Valley community experienced a significant loss last week with the death of one of its most prominent citizens. Wes Adams of Logandale passed away unexpectedly last Friday in Salt Lake City, Utah after undergoing surgery.
No one asked me but…There was a beauty contest held in New York City and Kathy Bates won. The glass slipper fit Drizilla. Someone kissed a frog and it remained a frog. Beauty kissed the Beast, but he remained a beast.
In the Feb. 2 issue you had a story about Dr. Savran (Bringing Cutting-edge Cardiology Treatment To Mesquite: MV Progress, February 2, 2011) and I would like to say it was great.