The future of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension (UNCE) office in Logandale was clouded last week after the UNR provost announced a possible budget cut of approximately $5.5 million or 72 percent of the monies UNCE receives from the state.
The Moapa Valley Water District (MVWD) Board of Directors last week considered what would be a significant change in the district’s position in its ongoing acquisition of Muddy Valley Irrigation Company (MVIC) water shares.
Moapa Valley High School football player, Hayden Cooper signed a letter of intent last week to play football for the Red Storm of Dixie State in St. George Utah next season.
After a Basketball season that will be remembered by Pirate fans for years to come, the Moapa Valley Pirates had two of its players voted on to the All-State first team. The vote was made by the coaches whose teams made it to the State tournament.
Some of nation’s top young boxers will invade the CasaBlanca Event Center in Mesquite March 19-20 for the Golden Gloves Western Regionals. With entrants from Nevada, Washington, Oregon and Arizona, a total of 40 boxers will be included in the event. Winners advance to the Golden Gloves Western Regionals April 25-30 in Indianapolis.
It is baseball season and the Moapa Valley High School Pirates have jumped into a new season in a big way. The team started its season last week playing at the Virgin Valley Cactus Classic.
Relocating to a new state often creates issues affecting estate planning. Many people wonder if they need a new will or trust when they move from one state to another. Although a will or trust validly executed in one state should be valid in a different state, it is a good idea to have the estate planning documents reviewed. By addressing issues related to the relocation, an individual can avoid certain problems and maximize possible benefits.
Last week the University of Nevada provost announced a proposal that includes cutting approximately $26 million from the school’s budget and eliminating some 225 positions. Of those, 150 are currently filled and the remaining had been purposely held open in anticipation of possible budget cuts.
By Whitney Donohue Moapa Valley Progress 5 Years Ago From Progress: March 15, 2006 Snow in Moapa Valley! It wasn’t an earthquake that rocked residents on Saturday, March 11, it was snow! In March! Not only did the snow stick in various areas of the valley, it also blanketed the surrounding hills and mesas with […]
They’re at it again. The Moapa Valley High School Culinary Students are working feverishly, not only to enhance their own knowledge but to bring that same knowledge to the community at large.