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Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul held a town hall meeting with about 90 supporters in Mesquite on Monday afternoon. Paul was on a day long swing through Nevada and Mesquite was ... Continue Reading →
The U.S. Supreme Court dropped its final three decisions of this term on Monday. The two biggest bombs — upholding the Affordable Care Act and ruling that same sex couples can marry in all 50 states — landed ... Continue Reading →
Here we go again with another public dollar giveaway to the private sector by the Mesquite (NV) Mayor and City Council.
This time the spend-thrifts decided to start an economic development fund to give away public money to whomever they feel deserves it. Their decision came from a recommendation ... Continue Reading →
“We appear to have had a launch vehicle failure” were the first words of the announcer, coming about 30 seconds after an obvious explosion of a rocket launch. That launch, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, was of a SpaceX CRS-7 Falcon 9 rocket on a resupply mission to the International Space ... Continue Reading →
Today electrical energy production is being increasingly generated from clean/renewable energy sources. A question is, should the United States become more reliant on renewable or clean energy sources?
Most people have heard the terms “clean” or “renewable energy.” What is clean energy? ... Continue Reading →
As a fellow Boulderite I would like to offer some information that may ally some of the fear stoked in an article of Boulder City being “on the cusp” which can be read HERE. Boulder City is not in danger of going dark and blowing away as a result of falling Lake Mead levels. Boulder City has ... Continue Reading →
NOTE 1: I originally posted this story in August 2014. Like with several others, I found the rest of the slides at my mother’s house. For the benefit of those of you that joined the party late, and as a reminder of you that forgot what I originally said, I’m repeating most of the original ... Continue Reading →
After the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Friday that same sex couples could be legally married in all 50 states, gatherings were held to celebrate. Here are pictures submitted to our site, along with a few landmarks bathed in rainbow that are making the rounds on social media.
Landmarks in Rainbow!
Surprise! We have a special Saturday in store for you. Guess who we’ll be seeing today.