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Family not hopeful of finding missing brother alive

The family of a man missing since January hasn’t given up its search but has lowered its expectations. “We’re looking for his body,” said Jeffrey Goldberg, the man’s brother. Keith Goldberg, 54, disappeared Jan. 31 after leaving his east valley apartment. He was captured on a surveillance camera near Las Vegas Boulevard South and St. Rose Parkway that morning.

Water Authority board OKs rate increases

The Southern Nevada Water Authority board used February’s extra day to push through a rate increase that will boost most residential bills by about $5 a month starting in May. The fee totals $5 a month for the average single-family home, about $35 a month for a small retail store and more than $2,200 a month for a large resort.

Pair of vets take on grueling challenge to call attention to health issues

Wesley Barrientos, who lost his legs to a roadside bomb in Iraq, cranked his three-wheeled cycle with his hands and arms Tuesday, headed north on U.S. 95 from Laughlin with fellow veteran Jeremy Staat riding a bicycle beside him. They were in the ninth day of a 4,163-mile ride from the Wall of Valor in Bakersfield, Calif., to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.

Literary Las Vegas

Las Vegas-born and -raised artist/author Ashlee Fletcher put her illustration bachelor’s degree from Laguna College of Art & Design to work in her first book, “My Dog, My Cat,” published by Tanglewood Books.

Mary Jo Buttafuoco gets married at Las Vegas chapel

Mary Jo Buttafuoco, who was shot in the head by former “Long Island Lolita” Amy Fisher in 1992, has tied the knot in Las Vegas.

Clark County Museum feature exhibit on Native American powwows, other culture

Native American culture and the spirit of the contemporary powwow are the subjects of the newest exhibit at the Clark County Museum. The exhibit, “What Continues the Dream: Contemporary Arts and Crafts from the Powwow Tradition,” is on loan from the Nevada Arts Council’s Nevada Touring Initiative and runs until May 6 at the museum, 1830 S. Boulder Highway.

It’s easy to ruin a person’s reputation

Things come through my life often in noticeable clumps. I can’t think of any other word. And, for some reason, I find myself hearing a group of stories about ruined lives. I mean specifically calculated ruin. Someone in a position of authority or with power or with money — or all of that — decides to ruin you.

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