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When school started this year, you felt a little strange.
October brings ghosts and goblins, trick-or-treaters and a seemingly endless array of sexy nurses, sexy police, sexy clowns, sexy My Little Ponies and sexy inmates, both in old-timey, black-and-white stripes and "Orange is the New Black"-style jumpsuits.
First Henderson United Methodist Church takes autumn seriously, especially when it comes to the season's quintessential orange symbol.
The fall crisp air blended with pumpkin spice flavors and shorter days can mean only one thing — Halloween is near. With it comes an array of spooky and family-friendly events. View takes a look at activities planned in the northwest.
IN THE SUMMERLIN AREA
Drivers must not exceed 25 mph on Lindell Road from Oakey to Charleston boulevards, but they do it daily, according to a neighbor in that residential area.
Each year, a new group of local writers is selected to participate in the Las Vegas Writes project, a compilation of short fiction on a common theme to be featured as part of the Vegas Valley Book Festival.
Capital One and Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada are set to open a Finance Park Oct. 12 to teach students about real-life financial lessons.
A free course on Kids Cell Phone Safety, sponsored by Thompson Taekwondo, 9030 W. Flamingo Road, is planned for Tuesdays and Saturdays in November.
In a crime-ridden city that's battling financial woes, the North Las Vegas Police Department needs all the help it can get. So the Volunteers in Police Services Citizen's Patrol Program brings an age-old service of street patrol.
This might be news for many adults, but chances are, their teenage children already know: Sexting no longer involves only sexually explicit text messages, despite what the term may suggest.
To paraphrase Mark Twain, the reports of the death of books have been greatly exaggerated. If anything, the advent of eReaders, such as the Kindle, have created more reading, and traditional books — disparagingly called "dead tree books" — don't seem to be going away any time soon.
It's not just Cirque du Soleil performers who get to hang in the air and do striking poses. With the opening of Galaxy Pilates, 1970 Village Center Circle, Suite 5, regular people can do it, too.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. Contact each individual agency for more information.
Step inside the newest location of Pamela Jenkins' The Cupcakery at 1150 E. Flamingo Road, Suite 105, and you'll be greeted by more than just her trademark frosting-crowned confections. Every wall in the place is covered in snarky sweet mural work by east valley artist LeslieAnn Farrell.
Southern Nevada kids can join the POP (Power of Produce) Club at the fresh52 farmers market to learn about local farming and to participate in tastings and other educational activities as ways to expose them to more fruit and vegetables.
Bonnye Matthews plans to sign copies of her Winds of Change Series novels about early Americans at 2 p.m. Oct. 8 at the 567 N. Stephanie St. Barnes & Noble.
Send caption submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 24. Limit five submissions per entry. Include your full name and area of the valley. Look for the winning contest entries in the Nov. 5 editions.
Puzzles for View, Oct. 8, 2015, editions.
The Bureau of Land Management has declared the Las Vegas Natural History Museum a federal repository for all archeological and paleontological finds in Southern Nevada.
A Flu Shot Clinic by Walgreens for ages 8 or older is planned from 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 8 at the East Las Vegas Community Center lobby, 250 N. Eastern Ave.
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