Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest is open from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday through Dec. 31. Admission is $9.75 for adults and $7.75 for children 12 or younger. Toddlers 2 or younger are free. Attraction passports for adults and kids are available starting at $14.25, and season passes are available starting at $25. Tickets can be purchased at the event, at any Opportunity Village campus, at CVS Pharmacy locations and at magicalforest.org.
“On the Come Up” by Travis Hunter is a young adult book that doesn’t include profanity, blood and guts, sappy romance or magic and is totally without vampires.
Hundreds of homeless schoolchildren and their families from Clark County School District’s Performance Zone 3 received a meal Nov. 24 at Cimarron-Memorial High School, 2301 N. Tenaya Way. More than 600 families from the zone’s 28 schools were invited to attend the school district’s inaugural Thanksgiving Dinner.
Question: I planted an orchard about 4 years ago here in Pahrump. I planted many different fruit varieties and have come to find some of them do not work here. Their blossoms and foliage, in most cases, are very beautiful, but the fruit does not ripen. I was wondering about some other fruit trees that may work in our area.
There is no place in sports for dirty play. Celebration, ecstasy, joy — yes! Taunting, hot-dogging — no! I just have this thing for class, especially class under fire. Which brings me to Thanksgiving Day, the Detroit Lions and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, whose mother was apparently attacked by a gang of consonants while pregnant with him.
“Take this job and shove it. I ain’t working here no more.” Those words from my favorite country song occurred to me last week in my day job, following a particularly busy week. Running a golf course could be fun. Running two would probably double the excitement.
The namesake of the Howard Lieburn Senior Center, 6230 Garwood Ave., was not a local celebrity or well-known politician. Lieburn, who was a Las Vegas resident for nine years, spent his time in the valley transforming his community in numerous ways.
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COFFEE WITH THE MAYOR SCHEDULED
THURSDAY MORNING AT RESTAURANT