Rooted and Built Up

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“As you have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith.” (Colossians 2:6-7a) In the desert we are used to tumbleweeds. They grow fast and get really big, but when the heat of … [Read more...]

This week in history June 22-28

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This week in history June 22-28 June 23, 1928: Bunkerville had a hail storm and flood. The hail stones were as large as hen's eggs. Because of the banks of hail residents of Bunkerville were able to enjoy ice cream into June. June 27, 1908: … [Read more...]

Congress should dump plan to tax advertising

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Congress is finally seriously talking about tax reform for the first time since President Reagan signed the Tax Reform Act of 1986, but there is a fly in the anointment. The current draft being proffered contains a proposal to alter the Internal … [Read more...]

Benefits of a Shower Versus Bath

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Dreaming of ending your day with a relaxing hot bath? Maybe you don’t have the time and will opt for a shower…whatever you decide, does one have more benefits than the other? Dating back to Medieval times, bath water was shared, beginning with the … [Read more...]

A Comforting Second

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For the past few weeks whenever I slice an onion I can taste the onion rings my mom made. Man they were good. Not big ole heavily coated things. Not spicy or in need of Ranch Dressing. Not even a big pile of them. They were just onions and flour and … [Read more...]

What’s That Law About, Anyway?

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By Pastor Travis Lauterbach Confusion regarding God’s Law arises not only in discussions between Christians and non-Christians, but also among Christians. Many Christians throughout the ages have recognized three types of law given in the Old … [Read more...]

Sealing Criminal Records: A Primer

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What’s the one thing that could last longer than your college loans? How about the reckless endangerment conviction you received during college when you were caught trying to make a free throw shot, with a watermelon, from a moving vehicle, at 2 … [Read more...]

This week in history

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June 20, 1906: Rio Virgin Horse breeders Association closed a deal to import a fine Percheron Stallion from France for the cost of $3,600. June 17, 1910: Levi Hancock a local resident brought the first motorcycle to town. June 20, 1913: David … [Read more...]

Nevadans welcome review of sage grouse land use plans

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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, who had filed a lawsuit attempting to overturn the Interior Department’s 2015 land use plan to protect greater sage grouse, is praising the recent decision by the Trump administration to review those … [Read more...]

Swamp Creature

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A swamp creature was captured this week. One of the biggest and most powerful swamp dwellers was unmasked and removed from the swamp. Those creatures are hard to uncover and will fight to the death to protect their power and position. They are smart … [Read more...]