Henderson residents Brian and Jenny Bland created Goodness Gracious Ministries to feed the body as well as the soul of the Las Vegas Valley’s homeless population.
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Some see it as positive growth while others see it as a declared war, but not talking about the bloody kind — this is the feud of municipalities. Earlier this month, Clark County passed an ordinance to deal with the objectionable annexations of properties throughout the county, more notably in the Rural Neighborhood Preservation area.
A Clark County School District student wrote to View Neighborhood Newspapers, saying, “I’m writing this directly to parents because I don’t think writing essays at school, or putting up posters, or attending assemblies about bullying is working.”
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is revered by many and is considered home to multitudes of flora and fauna. It is also swiftly becoming one of the most-visited national areas in the state. And locals and visitors alike say it’s full of trash.
Three years ago, the lighting-sparked Carpenter 1 fire burned through the Spring Mountains for more than three weeks. The fire forced the evacuation of hundreds of homes in the mountains and burned almost nearly 28,000 acres of land.
The phone rings and a frantic voice begins to speak on the other end of the line: “Grandma, I’m in trouble.” The caller says he needs money right away to get out jail or to help with whatever financial emergency has arisen. As a grandparent, you feel obligated to send it — sometimes through direct deposit, other times through gift cards. The problem is, that wasn’t your grandchild who called. You have just been scammed out of hundreds — sometimes even thousands — of dollars.
With temperatures regularly averaging 20 to 30 degrees cooler than in the Las Vegas Valley, the Spring Mountains and Mount Charleston are great summer getaway spots close to home.
A three-day camp held July 21-23 at UNLV helped 50 carefully chosen incoming high school freshmen decide if a career in the medical field was right for them.
Find events in the northern area and across the Las Vegas Valley.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
News and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
Crime and safety news and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
View’s adoptable pets, July 28, 2016.
Read about Las Vegas Valley residents’ awards and achievements.
MGM human resources professional Ronald Getz and his brother Kenneth Getz, an associate professor at Tufts University, teamed to write “Equal to the Love You Make: A Celebration of the Breadth and Depth of the Beatles Brand.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
View wants your story for an upcoming series on payday loans.
View’s July 28, 2016, editorial cartoon
View’s puzzles for July 28, 2016
Q: When do you cut back summer tomato plants to get a second crop in the early fall? I need to know this and any special treatment needed, such as fertilizing, to promote new growth.
Henderson resident Jolie Brislin vividly remembers a time when she experienced hatred because of her religious beliefs.
Las Vegas resident Betteann Meyers can trace her family history at least eight generations back. She fears that for the families of some deceased buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, locating their lost relatives might be not be as easy as it was for her. She fears that for families of some of the deceased buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, 1500 Las Vegas Blvd. North, locating their lost relatives might not be as easy as it was for her.
It wasn’t an easy task. After years of filling out paperwork, paying thousands of dollars and learning about the United States, a new group of citizens made it through the naturalization process. The mixed group of immigrants turned citizens were all smiles at the latest naturalization ceremony July 6 inside the Henderson City Council chambers at City Hall, 240 S. Water St.
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