During down time at the Hennessey’s World Paddle Championships at Lake Las Vegas on Saturday, they played a lot of Creedence Clearwater Revival over the public address system. They should have played the “Hawaii Five-O” theme by the Ventures, because this sport — stand-up paddleboard racing — looks like something you’d see during the opening credits of the TV detective series.
When the folks at Caesars Entertainment Corp. and W.A. Richardson Builders are done turning the former Barbary Coast/Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall into the Gansevoort Las Vegas next year, the Strip’s old- timers won’t recognize the building.
A week before the U.S. Postal Service closes a public comment period on a proposal to shutter a small post office in Sun Valley north of Reno, U.S. Sen. Dean Heller says he still hasn’t received the explanation he has requested to justify the move.
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One of the most difficult forms of interviewing doesn’t require new-fangled technology. Rather, it’s a new group form — multiple applicants for the same position, possibly from multiple generations. What new rules apply?
Wayne Tew, president of Clark County Credit Union, expects 2013 to be the first year in the last six in which the credit union’s business returns to normal.
Expect Town Square to get a little more colorful this week.