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EDITORIAL: Recall Ramsey

So, are North Las Vegas voters ready to recall Municipal Judge Catherine Ramsey yet? If not, how much of the financially ailing city’s funds must the judge squander before taxpayers realize a recall ballot actually might save them money?

Central American children deserve due process

When President Barack Obama first announced his candidacy for president, he said: “I am running in this race because of what Dr. Martin Luther King called ‘the fierce urgency of now.’ Because I believe that there’s such a thing as being too late. And that hour is almost upon us.” Like Dr. King, our president was calling on America to make real the promises of our democracy.

Functional movements teach body awareness

Sitting is a large part of today’s lifestyle. Most every task we perform is or can be done from a seated position.

Nevada ‘Right to Try’ law proposed

Assemblyman James Ohrenschall, D-Las Vegas, has asked for a bill to establish a “Right to Try” law in Nevada making it easier for those threatened with a life-ending illness to seek potential remedies that have not received final approval from the Federal Drug Administration.

Grant could lay groundwork for ‘makerspace’ in Henderson library

The branch manager for the Green Valley Library in Henderson hopes a recently awarded $85,770 federal grant will lay the groundwork for a “makerspace” or a “hackerspace.” That would mean putting the information in books to use by organizing hands-on training in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, known as STEM in education policy discussions.

Vegas, AMR pursuing ambulance transport deal

Las Vegas Fire Chief Willie McDonald and American Medical Response officials, after feuding since March over delivering patients to hospitals, have been working in tandem to reach a contract extension agreement acceptable to both the city and AMR.

Despite sharp selloff, too early to worry about a correction

NEW YORK — Wall Street’s worst week in two years was enough to get investors worried about whether a long-overdue correction is coming, but analysts are still leaning bullish.

Poll: ‘What if’ goes to Sandoval

Hypothetically speaking, Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval could easily beat U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., in a head-to-head Senate matchup in the 2016 election, according to a new poll.

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