Las Vegas Valley residents no longer have to visit Chinatown for an authentic Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese or Thai meal. Now any Asian food craving can be satisfied with a quick trip to WuHu Noodle at the Silverton.
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The Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway opened May 30 on Mount Charleston.
Just as the weather was beginning to heat up, Clark County Parks and Recreation did something surprising: shut down its public pools.
Starting kindergarten is a big milestone in a child’s path to lifelong education, but too often, children in the United States are not adequately prepared.
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Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
FREE CLASSES TO FOCUS ON SEALING CRIMINAL RECORDS
View rounds up education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley, including school news and scholarship information.
“Be different, burn brighter” is the motto for The Phoenix Bar & Lounge, a pub that doubles as a club at Sahara Avenue and Arville Street. A neon sign flashing rainbow colors hangs above the entrance, and the outside is painted with the mythical creature that is its namesake. The 100 percent locally gay-owned and -operated Phoenix features 4,800 square feet of space with a lounge atmosphere.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Las Vegas author C.A. Hartnell writes about the early polio vaccine trials, wild weather, patriotism, diners, Route 66, rock ‘n’ roll and the enduring power of friendship in her young readers fiction series set in the ’50s.
With a starting point of a basic princess story, author Betsy Schow moves with lightning speed through just about every fairy tale and fantasy story you can remember.
Las Vegas literary happenings this week include a book signing by Elaine Cali McNamara.
Between the terminology, paperwork and various fees, buying a home can become a daunting affair, especially for first-time buyers.
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Sarah Diebold , a 12-year-old seventh-grader at Doral Academy, was recently crowned Miss Pre-Teen Nevada United States 2015. Sarah volunteers with local nonprofit The Just One Project. She and her sister queens will be traveling to Washington, D.C., July 4 for the Miss United States Organization’s national pageant. The organization gives girls and women of all ages the opportunity to promote a platform of community service. Sarah’s parents are Robert and Meredith Diebold of Las Vegas.
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Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from June 11, 2015, View editions.
Spanish Trail Country Club is now owned by the people who play at the golf course and live in the community.
One might call Aleasha Billing your typical teen. In 2011, she was walking to a friend’s house the night after Thanksgiving. She was crossing Lone Mountain Road near El Capitan Way when a vehicle struck her.
Parents can push their children to graduate, but sometimes it takes a stranger to give them the nudge in the right direction.
Just east of the Sierra Nevada range, near the small tourist town of Lee Vining, Calif., is one of the most unusual bodies of water you’ll ever visit. Mono Lake is one of the oldest in North America and has no outlet, and for that reason, mineral salts have become so concentrated in the lake that fish cannot live in it. These high concentrations combined with other local conditions to form towers of rock tufa, extending high above the water surface and are equally beloved by birds and photographers.