Don’t Let a Timeshare Become a Trap

Timeshares are an extremely common form of property ownership in Nevada, which is not surprising given how important tourism and vacations are to Nevada’s economy. For some people, timeshares can be an excellent vacation option; however, for others t … [Read more...]

Why Nevada must hit the brakes on taxes

It’s called voting with your feet. A remarkable number of well-heeled Americans are doing just that, and it should serve as a warning to Nevada voters and candidates as we enter an election year. Though Republican governors in recent years have s … [Read more...]

This week in History Jan 4-10

January 4, 1911: Alfred Frehner is building a very neat two room house here. It will be built of lumber. There are now twenty families in and close to Littlefield. January 6, 1909: Washington County News: The flood came down the Fort Pierce Wash … [Read more...]

A New Year Brings a Fresh Start

Happy New Year everyone! Often times at the closing of any given year, we reminisce about events gone by, while discussing topics… such as New Year’s resolutions and how the coming year gives us all a chance to make new changes. This year however, I’d … [Read more...]

Somebody Else’s Job

  Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to work at different places doing somebody else’s job. If you are like most people you have had a few jobs in your life. But what about jobs that people do that there is no way you would ever have. What wou … [Read more...]

This week in history Dec. 28-Jan. 3

Dec. 28, 1908: C.M.Peterson and wife of Moapa are spending the holidays here (Littlefield) and buying land.Mr Peterson has a house in Moapa that he intends to bring here and put up to live in. Dec. 28, 1912: A goodly number of our townspeople … [Read more...]

What evidence is pertinent in Bundy trials?

Pardon us plebs, but we are a tad bit confused about just what is admissible evidence in the Bunkerville standoff trials. This past week, about a month into the second of three scheduled trials, the judge declared a mistrial because the … [Read more...]

In Media We Trust

There is only one private enterprise sanctioned in the Constitution. It comes in Amendment I: “Congress shall make no law … prohibiting the free exercise … of the press.” Newspapers are given the absolute right to circulate opinions in print without c … [Read more...]

In the final days of 2017

In the final days of 2017 some people are noticing that Donald Trump has gotten a lot done in his wild first year in the White House.  Tax reform has passed and is signed into law. It has cut corporate and individual taxes. Some people say that the … [Read more...]

Life by the Numbers

   I must admit I am a romantic. I like to float along believing that love makes the world go ‘round. Making you feel all warm and fuzzy and like nothing could ever put ripples in your pond if love is in your sights. Ah!                  But if the … [Read more...]