An Inside View of Tipping

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  Tipping has been around for centuries, but in the 1960’s Congress made a decision regarding wages for wait staff considering tips were a large portion of their salary. The harsh truth is…it’s become mandatory in a service industry that’s … [Read more...]

Hey! That’s My Job

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 I recently saw a man giving a manicure to a woman. Then as I was driving down a street I saw a woman mowing a lawn in front of a business. What was wrong with these two things?                   I know what you are thinking, but you wouldn’t be … [Read more...]

The Bible’s Underlying Teachings”

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By Pastor Travis Lauterbach Two teachings are fundamental to understanding the Bible. They are taught in both the Old and New Testaments. They are paradoxical teachings- both are opposites of each other, but both are true. These teachings are Law … [Read more...]

The Basics of Bankruptcy

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In my last article I wrote about creditor priorities and how the order in which creditors are paid can and should inform your decision to pay debts when there isn’t enough cash to pay them all. Knowing creditor preference can be useful in negotiating … [Read more...]

This week in history July 13-19

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July 13, 1910: Bunkerville- We certainly miss our mail line between Littlefield and St George. It takes the Washington news just four extra days to get here. July 14, 1921: H.F. Murphy has just arrived from Chicago, on a hike from Chicago to San … [Read more...]

How to make use of those Yucca Mountain tunnels

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Sometimes things just naturally come full circle. For decades Nevada’s former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid constantly pounded on two themes: Blocking nuclear waste from being stored in Yucca Mountain in Nye County and pressing for more and more solar … [Read more...]

Setting the record straight on marijuana consumption

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During the past few meetings of the Mesquite City Council, we have been visited by a small group of Mesquite citizens who are opposed to smoking in public places in the city, which in our case would be places that have gambling, but not the entry to … [Read more...]

Media March Called For

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Rally around! It’s time to organize another march. Starting with the Women’s March on January 21, 2017, we’ve seen march after march advocating for saving the earth, reversing climate change, science, telling the truth, and others. Now it’s time to … [Read more...]

What’s happening to America?

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After the 4th of July celebrations it may be time to reflect on the changes that are happening to our country. As the fireworks filled the night skies with bright stars of light and the firecrackers could be heard almost all night, the newspapers and … [Read more...]

The Art of a Great Jingle

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Television and radio commercials have been around for decades, so pitching products and competing for airtime is nothing new, but while change is inevitable as we grow, so is the way products are marketed, using cartoon characters, cute kids and … [Read more...]