The Moapa Valley is a gateway to exciting outdoor adventure. Surrounded on all sides by rich natural treasures, the Moapa Valley offers a true outdoorsman’s paradise. Whether your preferred trail involves hiking, biking, off-road vehicles; or even if it leads down to the water’s edge; it is all right here. A few local favorites include Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Valley of Fire State Park, Logandale Trails System and the Lost City Museum.
New Volunteers At Virgin Valley Hospice Moapa Valley Progress Published July 29, 2009 Virgin Valley Hospice welcomed new volunteers on Monday July 20. The volunteers completed 12 hours of Hospice Volunteer training. During their training they learned about the grieving process, dynamics of dying, diseases and how to take care of themselves, patients and their […]
Pirate Football Gearing Up By Jonathan Oglesby Moapa Valley Progress Published July 29, 2009 As summer continues to wind down, Moapa Valley Football is preparing for the opener against Fernley by announcing the dates for the start of Pirate Training Camp. The Pirates are preparing for their upcoming season, one that will feature Moapa Valley’s […]
Moapa Rec Offers Variety Of Activities By Rachel Brandes Moapa Valley Progress Published July 29, 2009 The Moapa Recreation Center is the place to be for Moapa residents this summer. Clark County Parks and Recreation is offering up a variety of fun activities for kids as part of the Summer Rec Program. Moapa program coordinator […]
The Nature Of Our Valley The Marvels of Dragonflies By Bruce Lund Published July 29, 2009 Summer is the season for dragonflies throughout the Muddy River valley and these fascinating insects are out in force and in plain sight for the next few months. Wherever there is water, there will be Blue Dashers, Flame Skimmers, […]