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Plenty of Death Valley hiking to be done this time of year

This is the perfect time of year to get over to Death Valley National Park and hit some of the badland trails. One especially suited for winter is the hike from Zabriskie Point to Golden Canyon.

Arctic Star fruit tree works for focal points

Question: I was reading that you really like the Arctic Star nectarine tree for growing here in Las Vegas. Is this tree a dwarf? How big will it get? What do you think of planting fruit trees in the front yard (not as a focal point, but rather on the side of the house)?

Casual sex relationships a part of modern culture

I’m a 44-year-old Las Vegas woman. I was married once for 12 years, divorced now this past six years. Dated a little, but nothing really had wheels. It’s been so long since I’ve been in love that it’s hard to remember what it’s like. I’m lonely and bored.

Schools pitch in to help students in need

Many schools in the Clark County School District go above and beyond traditional services to help their most needy students, offering meals, clothing, school and hygiene supplies and even dental care.

Education notebook

FREE BOWLING OFFERED FOR GOOD GRADES

Things to do in Paradise/Downtown

Event highlights this week in Paradise and downtown include the Suite Holidays Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada gala event, Las Vegas Academy’s dance drama “Touched,” Ward 5’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony and the free lunchtime concert featuring the Firenze Sextet.

Literary Las Vegas: Aleza and Howard Freeman

“The Candy Store at the Edge of the Galaxy” is a book packed with 12 poems and illustrations intended for the young and young at heart. The book is the brainchild of self-described scribbler Aleza Freeman and her doodling husband, Howard. Her background is in journalism and copywriting, and his is in mural art and illustration.

View wants to hear your tales of love and romance

Do you have a tale of love found, love lost or passion sustained to share? Are there tips you can give that will help others find true love or keep it?

Rainbow Company presents ‘Oliver!’

Consider yourself one of the family in the Rainbow Company’s production of “Oliver!” The 55-member cast performs the family favorite through Sunday at the Charleston Heights Arts Center, 800 S. Brush St.

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