I was outraged to read last week’s news story about the obscene increase in traffic tickets issued in our community (Urban Initiative Yields Sharp Increase in Local Traffic Tickets: PROGRESS, Jan. 10, 2018). The overreach of policing authority, and the unjustifiable
The Moapa Valley communities are fortunate among small, rural towns to have a police presence that is second to none.
No one asked me but… It is cold back east! Colder than it has been in years.
No one asked me but… “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”
The Moapa Valley PROGRESS Opinion page has just one goal in mind:
No one asked me but… This is a public service announcement. The first part of this column deals with GUIDANCE MEMORANDUM #17-27
Editor’s Note: What follows this note is an article which ran in the Progress on December 23, 1987. It was written by Progress founder John Z. Robison
No one asked me but… Judge Gloria Navarro is considering the possibility of a mistrial in the case of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy
No, no, no!
CCSD should not be considering developing a set of special written policies or guidelines
The history of the Warm Springs area has long been a sore spot for Moapa Valley residents.