The Mountain Ridge Little League team, regardless of their final finishing position, are the clear No. 2 in Nevada sports history in terms of success. And it’s not close.
To the editor:
What’s all the fuss over the bat tartare and bird flambe being prepared at renewable energy sites around the Southwest? We’re just moving up the death sentences that would be carried out by the coming climate change doomsday, right?
Nevada’s most important campaign is not an elected office. It’s a statewide tax question that requires a yes or no vote. And Democratic candidates up and down November’s ballot aren’t stating their position.
Strip hotel openings, once annual affairs of one-upmanship, are especially worthy of celebration today because they’re so rare. This weekend’s opening of the SLS Las Vegas should resonate with anyone in Southern Nevada who remembers the good old days, who fought through the Great Recession, who believed that with hard work and vision, eventually, things could get better.
To the editor:
There has been an alarming rise in the number of children staying overnight — often for many nights — in Child Haven, the emergency congregate shelter operated by the Clark County Department of Family Services. For the month of January 2013, the average daily population was 19.7.
Walter Misco played on the legendary Lion’s Share progressive machine when it hit, earning him $2.4 million in winnings.
Dear Savvy Senior: What’s the process for getting Medicare to pay for an electric mobility scooter or power wheelchair? My 76-year-old mother has arthritis in her knees and hips, and has a difficult time getting around anymore. — Searching Daughter
Mountain Ridge was defeated by Chicago 7-5 in the U.S. Championship game of the Little League World Series on Saturday.