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When Louisa Meyer sits with friends at her Spring Valley neighborhood pub, her German-accented English gives special emphasis to her stories.
Sunday, we salute our mothers. View recently spoke to three Summerlin-area women who shared their stories about the trials and triumphs of being a mom.
During the annual Good Scout Luncheon March 19, the Las Vegas Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America and business and community leaders honored Jeff Shaw for his consecutive terms as president of the Las Vegas Area Council.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
There are many people in the valley who have had schools named for them, but few could have boasted that they also designed their namesake facilities.
The Syn Shop began as a few friends getting together in a garage. The group and equipment grew too big, so they moved to a larger garage.
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Cristen Jacobsen of Summerlin is a mother of four, but she may well be a mother to 270. That’s how many orphaned girls live at the St. Elizabeth Girl’s Academy of Uganda, East Africa, an orphanage and school that rescues street children up to 21 years old. Jacobsen helps support the school through her nonprofit Hope for Hearts, which she co-founded in 2007.
GREEN VALLEY GROCERY PROMOTION TO BENEFIT PHILHARMONIC
In recent years, YouTube has become more than a way to gain five minutes of fame. It’s an outlet and support system for anyone going through a struggle, especially mothers.
In part two of a four-part series, Henderson View explores various city departments and resources that contribute to the community’s overall safety and Henderson’s listing as one of the safest cities.
Residents at the Spring Mountain Youth Camp gathered in mid-April to listen to stories about redemption and hope at the inauguration of the camp’s boxing gym.
In the last 38 years, Henderson-area resident Lori Day has danced her way into the hearts of many.
Las Vegas Animal Control said animals have died from being left in cars, so it treats such calls as a priority and arrives on scene as soon as possible.
ONLINE REPORTING SYSTEM ADDED TO METRO’S WEBSITE
It used to be that libraries clustered materials for children of all ages in the same section, pre-kindergarten alongside teens. But the teens, many of whom already were driving, saw themselves as young adults. The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District has recognized a growing trend for library facilities — that teens deserve a space of their own. On April 9, it dedicated a newly refurbished area at the Sahara West Library, naming it Teen@.
Looks, popularity, grades and sports are usual suspects in the priority list of concerns for high school students, but in mid-April, Cheyenne High School students were hit with the financial reality of being an adult.
Results for View’s April 9 and 16, 2015, caption contest:
As a mother of four, Henderson native Tina Tannehill says each of her children is special, but one is an angel.
I want you to meet a pair of very dedicated golfers. They love golf and participate monthly in organized golf events. They work on their games and can tell you how long they drive the ball. One shares how proud she is of her new driver; the other can tell stories of when he was third man on his college golf team. Both wear big smiles when on the course.