Sandy Waide’s grandson was having a difficult time in preschool. He ignored his teacher’s instructions and refused to sit still. One morning he took a fish out of the classroom aquarium. That ended up being his last day there.
Joey Fatone and I were backstage at Bally’s, talking about coke-toting Paris Hilton, because she pleads guilty to drug possession in Las Vegas today.
Joseph Enriquez turns 21 years old in November, but he isn’t aware of the approaching milestone.
The president of the Nevada State Medical Association, concerned that the lives of hospitalized patients are needlessly put at risk on a daily basis, wants the American Medical Association to encourage new federal directives that would make it far less possible for patients to receive the wrong medication or fluids through look-alike tubes.
To the editor: With the passing of Republican Gov. Kenny Guinn went the Nevada governor who had the courage and leadership to push through an $836 million tax increase in 2003 to balance the state’s budget. The tax increase was strongly opposed by many from his party, but it was necessary to prevent a budget meltdown.