From a pond habitat collage on a bulletin board to drawings of trout in the hallways, there’s something fishy happening at Pinecrest Academy, 1360 S. Boulder Highway. First-grade teacher Ashlee Mickelberry used the crowdfunding website donorschoose.org to help purchase supplies to raise the trout in her classroom last summer. She received the eggs from a Montana hatchery Feb. 10.
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A celebration of the past breathed excitement, support and love into Congregation Ner Tamid.
Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from Feb. 26, 2015, View editions.
Brayden Robert Lewis of North Las Vegas assembled 53 emergency backpacks and water buckets for the classrooms at Somerset Aliante Campus. He is a part of Troop 128, and his parents are Cory and Debbie Lewis.
Las Vegas resident Talette Dietrick lived a comfortable middle-class life until a car accident and medical bills sent her and her family over the edge.
More than 2,400 infants are born prematurely each year in the Las Vegas Valley. The city is now home to the state’s first High Risk Infant Follow-up program in the recently opened Foundation for Positively Kids Neopediatric clinic, 2480 E. Tompkins Ave.
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Recent Henderson transplant Bill Kuncewicki drew from his parents’ experiences surviving the terror in Eastern Europe during WWII to write the romantic novella “One Day One Moment One Breath.”
Literary happenings coming up include an event for “Westside School Alumni Stories” and visits by Obert Skye and Steve Jenkins.
When teenager Alice Mitchell met slightly younger Freda Ward at the Higbee School for Young Ladies in Memphis, nobody was surprised that they became close. In the 1890s, it was common for “proper American women” to enjoy friendships with other women that included sleepovers and deeply affectionate gestures. In Memphis, they called it “chumming,” and it was perfectly normal. But Alice and Freda took their friendship further: They fell in love.
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Taylor See isn’t your typical “American Idol”-style crooner. The 16-year-old performs arias and classical music, and she’s set to show off her talents March 22 as a national finalist in the Music Teacher’s National Association Senior Voice Division vocal competition at the Rio.
A new type of salon service is popping up across the country, and those who live in the Summerlin area have one in their back corner. Its motto is, “No cuts, no color, just blow.”
It’s become common to find mopeds sharing the same lanes as cars, despite two-wheeled vehicles’ ability to achieve speed limits designed for their four-wheeled counterparts.
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Well-known black entertainers such as Sammy Davis Jr., Pearl Bailey and Nat King Cole stayed at the Harrison Boarding House, 1001 F St.
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SPIKE IN PEDESTRIAN DEATHS PROMPTS STATE-FUNDED ROAD PROJECTS
View Nieghborhood Newspapers editorial cartoon, Feb. 26, 2015, by F. Andrew Taylor.
From a pond habitat collage on a bulletin board to drawings of trout in the hallways, there’s something fishy happening at Pinecrest Academy, 1360 S. Boulder Highway.
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