Perhaps you’re completely opposed to the movement to return more federal lands to local control. Perhaps you trust the distant federal bureaucracy to best manage land in your community. Perhaps you’d rather deal with a federal agency if you needed a speedy response to a land-use matter of some urgency.
To the editor:
The Review-Journal’s June 21 editorial (“E-cigarettes and teen smoking”) concludes by asking, “If this business (e-cigarettes) is furthering the goal of reducing cigarette smoking, shouldn’t government and health advocates leave it alone?”
A fire official says a mechanical failure apparently caused two explosions at a food laboratory in northern New Jersey, leaving two workers with cuts and bruises.
It was at this time last year when I inquired of a Pac-12 basketball coach: “Where do you believe Chase Jeter ultimately lands?”
North Las Vegas looked for a break in its gloomy fiscal forecast Monday, unveiling a flurry of potential economic growth initiatives at the first of three planned “financial summit” meetings on the state of the city’s finances.
Two men throwing rocks at a bee hive resulted in a south valley street closure Monday evening, Las Vegas police said.
A Phoenix family that owns 11 Jersey Mike’s Subs shops in Arizona is planning a major expansion into the Las Vegas market, revealing plans to own as many as 13 Jersey Mike’s shops in the valley.
UNLV’s success on the football field last year hasn’t resulted in increased season ticket sales. And a proposed stadium has been scaled back — and the dome removed. Maybe they should say it was to save the birds.
A house in an 80-year-old neighborhood was destroyed in a fire Monday afternoon, Las Vegas firefighters say. The fire was reported just after noon Monday at 1115 Fifth Place, near Charleston and Las Vegas Boulevards.