NDOT Fast Tracks I-15 Mesquite Repairs

The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is making fast-track progress on repairs to Interstate-15, south of Mesquite, which was impacted by a September 26 flash-flood that saw the Muddy River swell 12 feet in 90 minutes, washing away the … [Read more...]

Photographer to be guest speaker at brownbag lecture

On October 7 Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery will host its monthly brown bag lecture featuring David Boyarski. The event takes place at 12 noon in the gallery. Bring a lunch and enjoy the presentation. Most of us have heard the saying, “stop and smell … [Read more...]

PVDR joins Groupon tonight at midnight

Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue (PVDR) Scenic AZ Satellite Adoption Center is featured in a Groupon Grassroots fund raising campaign Beginning at Midnight October 6, 2014 until October 12, 2014. We are excited and thankful for the opportunity to … [Read more...]

Remembering Tony Curtis

When 85-year-old screen legend Tony Curtis died 4 years ago, on September 29, he left behind an impressive body of work that included “The Defiant Ones,” “The Sweet Smell of Success,” and Billy Wilder’s 1959 classic comedy, “Some Like it … [Read more...]

7 Steps to Improve the Visibility of Your Company

Do you have big dreams to grow your business to new heights, but you are finding that you can't quite reach the levels that you desire? Many business owners are looking for ways to improve their business practices in order to achieve their growth … [Read more...]

CCSD to hold Parent and Community Forum in Las Vegas

The Clark County School District Board of Trustees invites you to a Parent and Community Forum on Tuesday, October 7, at 9:30 a.m. at Valley High School theatre, located at 2839 S. Burnham Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89169.  The topics will include the new … [Read more...]

Featured Shelter Animals and Tips Oct. 3, 2014

October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. Have you been searching for a loyal, lifelong companion? This may very well be the month for you to find that special someone. If you are looking for a dog, look in your local shelter. Animal … [Read more...]

Cocktail for the Cure tonight at the Eureka

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History of the Logandale and the Wild West part of author talk at The Lost City Museum

The Lost City Museum presents Jackie Boor, author of  “Logan: The Honorable Life and Scandalous Death of a Western Lawman” from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 with a slideshow at 5 p.m. Boor spent nearly 30 years gathering content for the tale of her … [Read more...]

Hands of Service 9-11 Remembrance

In the J. L. Bowler cafeteria is a beautiful flag created by the students and staff as a 9/11 remembrance. The J. L. Bowler student council led by Mrs. Kelle Sudweeks organized this project.  During the week of 9-11 each student in the school was … [Read more...]