He’s nearly 80, but Summerlin resident John Taube doesn’t let that stop him from making a daily trek via bicycle to the entrance of the Red Rock Canyon National Preservation Area. He said he rides his bike around 17 miles every day.
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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.
An exhibit featuring photography by Steven Dansky is scheduled to continue through May 19 at the Sunrise Library, 5400 Harris Ave. The show not only explores the artistic and cultural nature of graffiti, it uses graffiti as the starting point for unique art.
Three World War II veterans were honored at the Henderson Municipal Court.
Less than a half-hour drive from Las Vegas, you can step back in time and experience a historic and interesting ride on the unique Nevada Southern Railway in Boulder City. This train can be an exceptional experience for everyone, as it facilitates accessibility for people with limited mobility, whether they are using wheelchairs, walkers, scooters or canes.
Seniors are invited to participate in a friendly competition with a blend of sporting and social events for athletes of all skill levels 50 or older.
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17 and is celebrated by many with shamrocks, corned beef, cabbage, a goofy little leprechaun and the color green.
There are many legitimate veterans organizations, and their reasons for being often overlap. They all aim to help veterans in many different ways, but their general focus is to gain earned benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in the areas of compensation, medical treatment and education.
Kevin Favreau, 51, retired as the Special Agent in Charge of the Las Vegas FBI on Jan. 4. Three days later, he was hired as executive director of a local youth golf organization, The First Tee of Southern Nevada.
Technology is not just for teens anymore. Increasingly, manufacturers are creating new technology that is either designed specifically for seniors or is a boon in particular to seniors.
Normally, Rachelle Carter doesn’t see herself as the type of person to get involved.
Florence Moditz is the sole caregiver for her husband, Philip, who has Alzheimer's diesase. The Summerlin couple recently celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows at the Las Vegas Farmers Market in Bruce Trent Park, where Florence has a booth.
Have you heard all the buzz lately about caffeine being associated with a reduced risk or delayed onset of dementia? A recent study published by the University of South Florida and the University of Miami monitored the memory and thinking processes...
Travel with Senior Tripsters Senior Tripsters, a nonprofit travel group for seniors, organizes journeys ranging from local day trips starting at about $40, to two-week European vacations costing about $5,000. Check out its upcoming trips at...