The Moapa Valley High School track teams traveled to Shadow Ridge High School on Thursday, March 24, to compete in the weekly tri-meet against Shadow Ridge and Cheyenne High Schools.
The Moapa Valley High School Baseball team spent a busy week where they were up and down.The week ended with two losses to the Virgin Valley Bulldogs. Virgin Valley is the three time defending State Baseball Champion and are a favorite to win it again. The scores were 8-2 and 8-2. The Pirates got three hits in each game.
The Moapa Valley Swim Team competed at the Pavilion Center Pool in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 26. This was the second swim meet of the season and the team was eager to compete against the other schools. Moapa was competing head to head against the much larger school of Valley High School.
By Whitney Donohue Moapa Valley Progress 10 Years Ago From Progress: April 4, 2001 Touring Nevada’s Back Roads Thirteen 1928, ’29, ’30, and ’31 Model A Fords were in the Overton area last week. The Mountain Quail Model A Club with members from Reno, Northern California, and Oregon drove their cars some 1300 miles along […]
The World Atlatl Association (WAA) held its 20th annual Atlatl Throwing Contest event on Friday and Saturday at Valley of Fire State Park. Contestants came from around the world to compete in the contest.
Mojave Max, the famous Southern Nevada desert tortoise, officially emerged from his burrow at 2:03 p.m. on Tuesday, March 29…
When you are dealing with chickens, peacocks, turkeys, snakes, guinea pigs, pot bellied pigs and gardens, one of the greatest challenges is to get everyone on the same page at the same time.
The Moapa Valley debate team erupted from their seats in a shower of jubilant screams, shouts, and celebration as the State Champion title was awarded to them for the sixth year in a row late Saturday night at Virgin Valley High School in Mesquite. This year’s title was a hard-fought battle.
Moapa Valley residents have long been accustomed to seeing tractors and farm equipment travelling on local roads and highways. When these vehicles are simply being moved from one field to another to do agricultural work, their operation has, in the past, gone largely without regulation in state law. But one bill, currently before the Nevada State Legislature, would change that.
The Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, March 18 at the newly remodeled and re-opened Sportsmans Bar in downtown Overton.