Seniors turned on the charm for Cupid Speed Dating to celebrate Valentine's Day at the Paradise Recreation Center in Las Vegas on Friday.
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When is a book more than just words on paper? When it is sitting in a Little Free Library.
Susan Gomez has been a professional photographer in Las Vegas for 35 years. When the economy turned sour a few years ago, she scaled back her operation. Now she’s rebuilding it.
No hip surgery, joint pain or back problem can stop Barbi Evans Baker and her crew of dancers from performing hula.
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah is enjoyed by about 2 million visitors a year who come to see its 10 deep, hoodoo-filled amphitheaters. Hoodoos are called that because they are tall natural columns that suggest living but unearthly beings. They are formed by an unusual type of erosion involving the freeze-and-thaw cycle that is repeated approximately 200 days every year due to the park’s high elevation.
The Fourth of July is a favorite holiday for many people. Unlike the stress that comes with Thanksgiving and other holidays, such as relatives and in-laws visiting, gift shopping and traveling, the Fourth of July is generally a three-day weekend that screams fun and relaxation.
Two retired military officers recently presided over a conference in Las Vegas to address the fact that although the U.S. boasts a highly skilled and professional force of soldiers, airmen and Marines, there are problems lurking in future recruitment.
Richard, a spirited 90-year-old with a life-limiting disease, is graduating from hospice after a recent hip fracture. Who knew people could graduate from hospice without dying? There is much more to hospice care than just the last few days of a person’s life.
With prompting from her father, a TIMET employee, Sally Canada arrived at the company on a hot day in June 1963 to start a new job.
On April 30, members of the Las Vegas High School Alumni Association unveiled the Senior Squares Monument at Las Vegas Academy, 315 S. Seventh St., the former site of Las Vegas High School.
Las Vegas has been off to a slow start this year with our hot summer weather. Although we are thankful for the early relief, we know it will soon be scorching.
The Disabled American Veterans is one of the leading veterans service organizations in the state and the nation. Each year the Nevada DAV honors local employers that establish programs that reach out to veterans and seek to hire them for responsible jobs.
Wanting to use spare wood around his home, Bill Hornecker transformed unused and unneeded scraps into a hobby — building miniature houses.
Leo Little of Summerlin has been a bowler since the 1960s. On the morning of March 9, the 82-year-old bowled a perfect game of 300, becoming the oldest in the state to do so.
Sandra Ransel knew something was seriously wrong while walking to her son’s Little League baseball game. She and her husband were carrying a cooler when she tried to lift her leg over a chain barrier. She tripped and fell. At 41, Ransel was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Many people look at 65 and see retirement. Some semi-retire at that point and then stop working completely when they reach 75. Dr. Sigfrid Muller falls into neither group.
seniors clay shooting event scheduled
The word in play is amazing. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.
Summerlin woman recalls her time as Rosie the Riviter.
Peter Cottontail may know where he hid the eggs, but I am not sure he could find them if he was the one hunting for them. Those carrots he was eating to improve his eyesight weren’t enough to make a difference, according to my favorite eye care doctor, Chris Coker, O.D. He offers some great advice for Peter Cottontail that you may also find useful.
Shoot for seniors clay shooting event scheduled to aid food pantry
Henderson producer plans productions in Sun City MacDonald Ranch
Although cutbacks in the nation’s military services will be an issue that will have to be considered by officers and enlisted personnel alike, recruiting new members will still be a part of the government’s responsibility. Whichever branch, whichever service, full-time or part-time, the beat goes on.