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School Board selects firm to search for next Clark County superintendent

Iowa-based Ray and Associates, which touted itself as the most experienced education executive search firm in the nation, will head up the effort to find a qualified replacement for outgoing Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky.

Seafood City to open Henderson location in 2018

Specialty supermarket Seafood City will open its Henderson location next year and has plans for another spot in the Las Vegas Valley.

 
Ex-Raiders celebrate Henderson students’ activity achievement

Four ex-players and members of the Raiderettes cheer students at Josh Stevens Elementary for logging 645,070 minutes of physical activity as part of the NFL Play 60 Challenge.

After outcry, Nevada delays school gender diversity regulation

More than 50 speakers commented Tuesday about the proposed regulation outlining how school districts should treat gender diverse students, with many saying it would go against their Christian values.

CraftHaus Brewery owner not ready to quit his night job

“I basically work CraftHaus all day, and then I go and actually work my valet job at Green Valley (Ranch Resort) at night,” he said. Dave has been a valet at Green Valley Ranch since it opened in 2001.

Henderson ranks high on another list of safest cities

Henderson, which regularly appears on organizations’ national safest-city lists , was listed at the fifth-safest city in Nevada by safewise.com .

Creative writing contest open to Henderson teens

Henderson Libraries is accepting submissions for its Teen Creative Writing Contest at hendersonlibraries.com/teens . The contest is open for students in grades 6-12 and features three categories: poetry, fictional short stories and a memoir or essay.

St. Rose begins training for ‘Stop the Bleed’ program— PHOTOS

In partnership with the city of Henderson, Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Hospital will be offering “Stop the Bleed” trainings for the public to become trained in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.

Henderson creates plan for pot money to flow to schools

Education advisory board seen as likely to recommend a grantlike approach in which schools will apply to fund specific projects with money raised from license fees from city’s marijuana dispensaries.

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