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Reader expresses concern over cutting articles

I have been reading newspapers for many, many years. I realize that many stories have to be continued and read at another section of the paper, and that is fine. But to read the first section of a very interesting story, and then continue to another page for what I thought would be the conclusion only to find that if I would like the "Full Story," I will need to visit viewnews.com. Seriously??? I want to read the entire story right then and there with my cup of coffee or tea. I think in the future I will be passing up this section of the newspaper. I am sure I am not the only person who feels this way.

Education Notebook: School news and events for Feb. 4-10, 2016

World Wetlands Day: Clark County Wetlands Park hosted World Wetlands Day events Feb. 2 and 3 with local students visiting the park from 8: 30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day to participate in interactive activities and lectures from scientists. About 230 high school students from Cheyenne, Faith Lutheran, Western and West Career and Technical Academy and a handful of UNLV freshman and sophomores participated in activities, including hands-on instruction, guided tours and lectures from SNWA biologists, hydrologists and scientists from the community.