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Constable and county still feuding over legal fees

Embattled Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura and the county comptroller are still in a dispute over $37,100 paid to two of the constable’s deputized attorneys between November 2012 and February, county records show.

Classic cars to thrill crowds at Henderson’s SuperRun

The SuperRun Classic Car Show is slated to return to Henderson. Alongside an array of hot rods, muscle, classic and vintage cars, also planned is the unveiling of a piece by local metal artist Chris O’Rourke.

Fire Sale: Artist plans to burn works that fail to sell

Whatever local artist James Henninger doesn’t sell at his “Fire Sale” he’ll set on fire for no other reason than he can’t bring himself to sell work for less than what he thinks is fair.

Book briefs: Sept. 24-30

Book briefs: Sept. 24-30

Literary Las Vegas: Katherine M. Hertlein and Markie L.C. Blumer’s “The Couple and Family Technology Framework: Intimate Relationships in a Digital Age”

In a world where ex boyfriends and girlfriends are only a Google search away, couple and family interaction with technology can be complicated. University of Nevada, Las Vegas associate professor Katherine M. Hertlein, director of the university’s Marriage and Family Therapy program, and assistant professor Markie L.C. Blumer, a faculty advisor in the program, examined the subject in the therapy book “The Couple and Family Technology Framework: Intimate Relationships in a Digital Age.”

Breezes turn to cool gusts of Autumn

The National Weather Service issued a high winds watch for the Spring Mountain National Recreation Area Tuesday morning, and is evaluating whether to issue a warning.

PHOTO: Western Hotel No More

Workers demolished a hotel room wing of the former Western hotel-casino Monday in downtown Las Vegas.

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