They squint at the blackboard and hold books close to their faces. When teachers see children who have obvious vision issues, they refer them to the school nurse, who usually suggests seeing an optometrist to get glasses. But what if the family has no funds for such an expense? Enter Eye Care 4 Kids, which works to get children from low-income families vision care.
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Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
Walking into the Montana Meat Co. is like walking into an homage to the great outdoors and the American hunting tradition. The menu, decorated with full-color photos of eagles, buffalo and Grizzly bears, features — surprise, surprise — plenty of meat.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
An American flag waves proudly in front of an honored veteran’s home as he pulls his car into the garage with his wife. As they step out, the young couple is greeted by a frenzy of media waiting to catch their reaction as they are given the keys to their new house.
The outpatient therapy center at Centennial Hills Hospital opened in January with the goal of helping its patients get back to their normal lives and improve their overall health.
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You see them when you pull up to a red light. They hold up cardboard signs that say, “Fell on hard times” or “Unable to work.” Panhandlers can be found on street corners even in the more affluent areas of town, such as the area around Fort Apache Road and Charleston Boulevard.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from April 17, 2014, View editions.