Grieving is an emotional process that one must endure after losing a loved one. Some people avoid it by going into denial. Joanne Dahl of Spring Valley was one of those people.
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Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from June 19, 2014, View editions.
Masked individuals peer from behind paint-spotted pillars, sporting loaded paintball guns, also called markers.
Movies in the Square, a visit from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey and more are in store for this week.
Tomorrow morning, when you wake up, everything will be changed.
Among this week’s author event highlights: Outdoors authors Deborah Wall and Dennis Boulton have published a book designed to help people with limited mobility enjoy the same sights of the American Southwest as others. The new book will be unveiled and available for purchase and signing by the authors from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 22 at the Boulder Dam Hotel.
“Running Past Midnight: A Woman’s Ultra-Marathon Adventure” is a first book for Molly Sheridan.
FOURTEEN NEVADA SOCCER TEAMS TO HEAD TO TOURNAMENT
The Convention Industry Council recently announced its 2014 inductees into the CIC Hall of Leaders and third class of Pacesetter Award recipients. They included The International School of Hospitality academic consultant Patti Shock as an inductee to the Hall of Leaders and TISOH director of academic affairs Donnell Bayot as a recipient of the Pacesetter Award. Both were nominated by the National Association for Catering and Events.
Like most of the people in the valley, artists Justin Lepper and Izaac Baron Zevalking V frequently found themselves at a busy intersection looking at a homeless person holding a cardboard sign seeking money. Unlike most people, they turned that experience into art.
You could be forgiven for thinking you’ve walked into the wrong building the first time you visit Turntable Health. The waiting room is open and inviting, flooded with natural light and filled with comfortable chairs. There is also a decided lack of ancient gossip magazines.
May was Stroke Awareness Month, but a stroke can strike at any time. According to the American Stroke Association, someone in the U.S. has a stroke roughly every 40 seconds, and about every four minutes, someone dies from a stroke.
PLANET HOLLYWOOD TO HOST RAPPELLING EVENT FOR CHARITY
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The air at The Olive is permeated by the fruity perfume of hookah smoke, which some might find off-putting, but most patrons embrace it as part of the experience.
Arron Benson and John Constantino have always tried to make sure their children’s concerns and welfare were a primary consideration. When they moved in together, they asked the children’s permission.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from June 12, 2014, View editions.
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You could spend years exploring the 1.9 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Parkcq in Utah, yet barely shorten the list of wonders still to see there.
Question: Would you please tell me what type of mulch is not recommended to put in flower beds? I thought I remembered it being redwood mulch, but I can’t find anything on that. Could it have been cedar? My landscape guy says the shredded cedar is not a problem for vegetation.