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Carlos Holguin said he feels gratitude for his mother, but he doesn’t want to just talk about it, he wants to buy her a home.
In local author Sean Dow’s thriller “Debridement,” a doctor sued for malpractice takes extreme action to stop an unscrupulous attorney.
Literary happenings this week include a poetry performance by Lee Mallory and signings for “Love: The Saint and the Seeker,” “Discovering Vintage Las Vegas,” “Zodaccia: Realms of Chaos” and “Nemesis.”
Yes, “The Great Thanksgiving Escape” is a kids’ book, but I absolutely loved the imaginations and the naughty glee that author-illustrator Mark Fearing gives his main characters.
View’s editorial cartoon, Nov. 27, 2014. By F. Andrew Taylor.
Visitors flock from all over the world to see Bryce Canyon National Park’s natural amphitheaters filled with pinnacles, spires and the spooky limestone formations called hoodoos. They mostly come in the agreeable high-country summer, yet some claim winter is the best time. Though Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate with the gift of snowfall, when she does, it makes every detail of this colorful landscape seem to pop out of the white background like a watercolor by an expert artist.
GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES TRAINING PLANNED
Public transportation can be intimidating for some people, especially seniors and those with disabilities. To make the process easier, the construction of a new training center is planned in the northwest area.
The pumpkins in the library at Iverson Elementary School have a lot of character. Actually, they are a lot of characters.
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FREE RADON TEST KITS TO BE AVAILABLE
The National Society of High School Scholars announced in August that Western High School student Jamil Gonzalez was selected to be a member of the organization.
The United Way’s women’s fall suit drive is not just about donating gently used wardrobe items; it is also about extending a helping hand to women who are forging a new path for themselves.
When it comes to watching one’s waistline, the holidays can sabotage the best of intentions.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
There’s a hidden restaurant inside the Henderson location of Bachi Burger: Shoku Ramen-ya. This isn’t the ramen noodles you probably lived off of in college — real ramen is delicate and refined, the broth taking hours, if not days, to prepare.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
The Las Vegas-based nonprofit Children’s Advocacy Alliance says 70 percent of 3- and 4-year-olds in Nevada do not attend a preschool program. For the past 15 years, another Las Vegas-based nonprofit, Family to Family Connection, has been giving a boost to such children. In early October, Family to Family opened a new headquarters in the northwest.
There are many places in the east valley where people can volunteer to help for Thanksgiving and where the hungry can enjoy a free meal.
YOUTH ROLLER HOCKEY SIGN-UPS AVAILABLE
In the new book “I Am Jazz” by Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings, with pictures by Shelagh McNicholas, you’ll read about a girl who’s just like other girls … only different. That’s because Jazz has “a girl brain but a boy body.”
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