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Pacific Island festival returns to the Henderson Events Plaza

Celebrate the food, sounds and culture of Hawaii and the Pacific Islands during the annual Prince Kuhio Ho’Olaule’A Pacific Island Festival on Saturday and Sunday in Henderson.

Henderson/Anthem things to do

n RagTag Entertainment plans to present “Smokey Joe’s Cafe” at 8 p.m. Tuesdays in September at Ovation at Green Valley Ranch Resort, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway. Tickets are $15 and are available at all Station Casinos locations or at stationcasinos.com. For details, email ragtagent@yahoo.com or call 280-0481.

Henderson’s Lydia Malcolm Library named for former librarian

Lydia Malcolm served the city as a librarian and volunteer before the town was named Henderson. Three years after she moved to the Basic townsite in 1946, she decided to take her passion for books and become a librarian.

No tenants yet signed for 20-acre parcel at Sahara Avenue and Hualapai Way

A public notice board erected by the city of Las Vegas at the northeast corner of Sahara Avenue and Hualapai Way says a construction project is being considered, but property owner EHB Inc. says the project is not yet in the planning stage.

Henderson residents remember the events of 9/11

Whether it was trying to find a way out of New York City, like Lynn Young, who worked two blocks from the World Trade Center , or trying to provide relief, like Jeffrey Varnes, who directed the disaster relief for the American Red Cross at the United 93 crash site in Shanksville, Pa., the details of Sept. 11, 2001, were long ago, but never forgotten.

Local Muslim leader speaks about how Muslims are viewed 10 years after 9/11

Dr. Aslam Abdullah, the imam of Jamia Masjid mosque, can’t forget the morning of 9/11. Just after he finished his morning prayers, he turned on the TV and, to his surprise, saw the events of that day unfold not knowing the price the Islamic community would later pay.

Henderson resident who worked near World Trade Center describes terror of 9/11

It had rained the previous night, so the morning air was clear and the sky was cloudless. The humidity was very low, and it was one of those exceptionally beautiful late-summer days. On my way to the train, we came over the rise of the Marine Park Bridge and we could see across Brooklyn at the glorious skyline of Manhattan. What a stunning sight before us.

BOB MORRIS: All-in-one almonds a quick pick

Question: We have an all-in-one almond tree with the shells just now starting to break through the skins. I was told that September is when the nuts are harvested. I’m wondering if you have a rule of thumb on harvesting these trees.

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