Buyers snag 358 acres of land in BLM auction

There weren’t a lot of takers Tuesday for federally owned lands on the auction block. Thirteen of 29 parcels the Bureau of Land Management put up for sale found buyers. The land purchases totaled 357.6 acres of the 597.6 acres available, while the bureau raised $19.2 million of the $29.7 million it set as the parcels’ total minimum price.

7 sentences successful people never say

There are many factors which tie these successful individuals together, one of them being how they grew and matured along the journey. Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think,” interviewed more than a thousand millionaires over three decades to learn what led them to their success and wealth.

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51s sweep Isotopes, push win streak to 12

After the offense helped the Las Vegas 51s extend their winning streak in the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday, a great pitching performance in the nightcap pushed the run to 12 straight victories.

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Business

NV Energy proposes electric rate cut

A typical Southern Nevada single-family residential customer bill of $154.54, based on average usage of 1,141 kilowatt-hours a month, will see a decrease of approximately 3.13 percent, or $4.84.

Nation and World

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Pacquiao’s injury deceit deserves punishment

Manny Pacquiao managed to give both boxing and the state of Nevada a black eye, not because of any punch he threw against Floyd Mayweather Jr. during Saturday night’s megafight at the MGM Grand Garden, but because he couldn’t punch hard enough to make the bout competitive.

EDITORIAL: Keep primaries in place

If Nevada abandons its presidential caucuses in favor of a primary, it should do so because it serves the interests of voters, not the interests of a dysfunctional state Republican Party.

Life

Hussong’s to add a second Las Vegas cantina

Hussong’s Cantina, which has a location in The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay, has announced the opening of a second valley spot, in the Boca Park Fashion Village in northwest Las Vegas. It is scheduled to open this summer.

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