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Narcotics Anonymous - Mon Nov 29, 5:00 PM
Alcoholics Anonymous - Tue Nov 30, 5:30 PM
LDS 12 step addiction women support group - Tue Nov 30, 6:00 PM
LDS 12 step addiction support group - Tue Nov 30, 7:00 PM
Moapa Valley Rotary Club - Wed Dec 1, 7:00 AM
Chamber of commerce board meeting - Wed Dec 1, 12:00 PM
Narcotics Anonymous - Thu Dec 2, 5:00 PM
Narcotics Anonymous - Sat Dec 4, 5:00 PM
Narcotics Anonymous - Mon Dec 6, 5:00 PM
Alcoholics Anonymous - Tue Dec 7, 5:30 PM

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  • BYU women’s basketball just beat its second ranked opponent this week to stay undefeated
  • BYU women’s basketball just beat its second ranked opponent this week to stay undefeated
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Quote of the day

Quote of the Day
  • W. Somerset Maugham
    I forget who it was that recommended men for their soul's good to do each day two things they disliked: it was a wise man, and it is a precept that I have followed scrupulously; for every day I have got up and I have gone to bed. Discuss

Word of the Day

Word of the Day

This Day in History

This Day in History
  • The Cocoanut Grove Nightclub Fire (1942)
    The deadliest nightclub fire in US history, the Cocoanut Grove fire claimed 492 lives. When the fire broke out, the Boston, Massachusetts, club was packed well beyond capacity. About 1,000 people were inside, with limited avenues of escape. Side doors had been locked to prevent patrons from skipping out on tabs, and the main entrance, a revolving door, was rendered useless by the crush of the crowd, as were other unlocked doors that opened inward. What is one theory as to what sparked the fire? Discuss