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“Eagles are the mightiest!” chanted the crowd at the Boulder City High School game. They were cheering for their undefeated football team — their girls’ flag football team, to be exact.
A 17-year-old Las Vegas teen dreamed about making a difference. With determination and hard work, Nathan DeVera, a junior at The Meadows School, made his vision a reality.
After a yearlong struggle with Ewing’s sarcoma, 18-year-old Michael Tatalovitch is in recovery from therapy with no signs of disease. And he’s gained a new perspective.
Mellow sound rolls off a violin as the bow glides across the strings. Pride radiates from a trumpet in staccato bursts. Notes decrease in volume until a final chord resolves. These and other signs of musical excellence are the qualities that the Grammy Foundation looks for when deciding the winners of the Grammy Signature Schools Program.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman, one of the major league’s hardest-throwing pitchers, once threw a pitch clocked at 105.1 mph.
Before Las Vegas Academy was LVA, it was Las Vegas High School and already home to a ghost, Mr. Petri, who supposedly still haunts the theater.
Introduced in 2007 as the “safer” alternative to smoking cigarettes, e-cigarettes or vapor cigarettes have become increasingly popular among teens.
Dillon Fedor is a sixth-grader at Canerelli Middle School who not only maintains honor-roll grades and participates in efforts to end bullying, he also appears to be the No. 1 kicker in his age group in the nation.
Plastic and cosmetic surgery is a life-changing decision that can positively affect a teen’s life, but needs to be made for the right reasons.
Hondo, who goes by the stage name DJ Beat Rokka, says his favorite part of DJing is seeing the crowd reacting to and reveling in what he’s playing.
The Junior Roller Girls are Las Vegas’ first roller derby team for young women and was created just two years ago. These girls might be rough and tough, yet they were not always this skilled.
Everyone has heard the restaurant horror stories: The chef dropping a steak on the floor but continuing to cook it anyway, the waiter spitting into food he is about to serve, and employees not washing their hands after a trip to the restroom.
A 3-foot gap exists between Silverado senior Aaron Schwarze, 18, and the earth beneath his feet, yet he manages to walk without the support of solid ground. He balances himself as his feet center atop a 2-inch-wide string, known as webbing, and begins his stride forward.
They come in different flavors and wrappers and — like Halloween candy — are best for certain age groups: boy bands.
TYLER BALDRIDGE, FRESHMAN
Between school plays and Advanced Placement and honors classes, Sierra Vista High School senior Katherine Benzine finds time to help the Las Vegas community become a little bit safer.
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