Benghazi – What difference does it make?

Benghazi is where the heroes died and afterwards the cowards lied. What a terrible mark on the American record. This week a new book “13 Hours” came out telling the story of the contractors on the ground who fought during the attack. This is the fir … [Read more...]

Promoting Positive Music in Life

Music is therapeutic, in fact it is even promoted at www.cancer.org  …>Mind, Body, and Spirit; enhancing the quality of patients while healing, not to mention that it is truly a stress reliever. Choosing music you enjoy and trying even new genres o … [Read more...]

Thanks For Asking…

The people who want to hear about your medical aches and pains are few and far between.  This is an important thing to remember when you are asked, “How are you?” Unless of course it is your doctor asking the question.  But in reality, “How are you?”, … [Read more...]

Youth basketball registration open

Youth Basketball is scheduled to begin November 10, 2014, for boys and girls ages 7-14.  The deadline to register is Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. If spots are available after the registration deadline, those wanting to fill the … [Read more...]

Mesquite CERT Recruiting Enthusiastic Members

Do you want to have an impact on your neighborhood and community?  The mission of CERT is to help prepare yourself and your neighborhood for emergencies in the community.   Mesquite CERT wants you to become part of an active Community Emergency Re … [Read more...]

SNHD designates Sept. 22-26 Fall Prevention Awareness Week

Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in older adults; each year, one in three older adults will fall; an injury from a fall can impact quality of life for older adults; and every 15 seconds, an older adult is seen in an … [Read more...]

Rural Nevada Grinding Towards Economic Diversity

The rural job market is a mixed bag. Rural counties in the United States gained about 150,000 jobs over the last 12 months, according to the Daily Yonder. The rural unemployment rate decreased by over one percent during the same period. However, … [Read more...]

NDOT opens I-15 to Commercial traffic, some restrictions

The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) has now extended the hours for commercial vehicles to pass on I-15 northbound from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Commercial vehicles weighing over 26,000 GVW are prohibited from passing I-15 northbound outside the … [Read more...]

Reid Secures $1.5 Million in Emergency Relief Funds for Interstate 15 Floods

Nevada Senator Harry Reid announced today that Clark County has received $1.5 million from the Department of Transportation under their emergency relief program because of the extreme flooding last week on Interstate 15. These funds will be used for … [Read more...]

Cowboys outplay Bulldog soccer boys 4-1; Girls’ team wins

The Chaparral High School Cowboys depth prevailed Monday afternoon, in scorching temperatures, to defeat the Virgin Valley High School Bulldog boy’s soccer team 4-1. It was a hard-fought match despite the score as the Dawgs gave up two goals in the c … [Read more...]