Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Chrystal S. Field graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. Field is the daughter of Susan A. Field and sister of Bruce R. Field II of Las Vegas. Field is a 2009 LPN graduate of the College of Southern Nevada.
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Living in a region that is susceptible to disasters such as fires and floods can be unsettling. However, the American Red Cross Southern Nevada chapter plans to educate residents about preparedness and assisting emergency response personnel.
The Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility is set to become a splash zone when Dog Daze of Summer allows pups in the pool Sept. 6.
If art can heal, then Lois Greer has to be the healthiest person at Tivoli Village. As owner and curator of Collective Souls Fine Art & More, she is surrounded by the beauty of art every day. The gallery is in the Market LV and attracts all types of people who peruse the art and comment on it.
FIRE DEPARTMENTS TEAM UP FOR RECRUITMENT DRIVE
Remodeling enthusiasts might know Drew and Jonathan Scott from their HGTV show “Property Brothers.” The name Melissa Roche is probably less familiar, although the Summerlin-area resident recently won season two of the Scotts’ challenge show “Brother Versus Brother.”
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The recipe for success at Distill is to mix a bit of swagger with a dash of class. Walking into the new Southern Highlands location, one notices the subdued colors, including wood table tops and subtle hints of gold.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
When the thought of cycling comes to mind, it often conjures images of muscular athletes in high-end spandex gear. However, a new mobile application is looking to change that.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from Aug. 21, 2014, View editions.
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WHEELCHAIR-BOUND READER SPEAKS OUT ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY
Bill Friedman tapped 47 years researching organized crime, government and police corruption to write “All Against the Law: The Criminal Activities of the Depression Era Bank Robbers, Mafia, FBI, Politicians, & Cops.”
Grand Canyon National Park is visited by nearly 5 million people a year, and not surprisingly, many complain that it’s crowded. But you don’t have to endure that because the vast majority of those millions gaze upon the canyon from its South Rim. Those who choose the North Rim get much more elbow room.
Literary events coming this week include Ann McGinnis’ presentation to the Las Vegas Writers Group to speak on developing a fan base and poet Bridget Lowe’s visit to UNLV.
Want a book with a chunk of controversy between its pages? Of course you do, which is why you want “A Most Imperfect Union.”
LEGENDS TRYOUTS PLANNED AUG. 26, 27
With more than 316,000 Clark County students expected to return to school Aug. 25, children and parents will be traveling to and from school, posing potential safety issues, according to local officials.
View Neighborhood News readers send photos of their pets and everyday lives, and View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. To submit a photo, email View copy editor Anne King at email@example.com or mail to View, C/O Anne King, 1111 W. Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV 89125. Photos cannot be returned, and due to the high volume, they are often scheduled a month or two in advance.
Five Clark County students with Norwegian ancestry have been awarded $3,100 in scholarships by the Vegas Viking Lodge of the Sons of Norway. The winners are Sean Cortney , a UNLV sophomore; Amanda Fehr , a Shadow Ridge High School senior; Skylar Feldman of Henderson, a Coronado High School senior; Nathan Gifford , a Centennial High School senior; and Jessica Reed , a three-time winner and a sophomore at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa.
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