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Gala celebrates White Horse Youth Ranch milestones

Hannah Newmaker’s voice quivered as she delivered a speech at the White Horse Youth Ranch’s gala event July 19 in Las Vegas. Nearly 70 people rose in a standing ovation, fueling Hannah’s confidence to finish.

Kids will want to zoom out to pick up ‘Dozer’s Run’

Running when you shouldn’t, could get you lost – but in the new book “Dozer’s Run” by Debbie Levy with Rosana Panza, illustrated by David Opie, it all turned out OK.

Literary Las Vegas: Monica Hatley-Carr

North Las Vegas author/illustrator Monica Hatley-Carr takes readers on an adventure where more than the glasses are rose-colored.

East Valley View things to do for Aug. 7-13, 2014

Event highlights this week include an All-City Synchronized Swimming Show, the La Oportunidad EXPO, a production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and Hot Havana Nights at the Mob Museum.

Navajo monument offers archaeological history

A visit to Canyon de Chelly National Monument is a feast for the eyes and soul. There, you will find sheer red sandstone cliffs rising 1,000 feet above the fertile farmland of the canyons, where prehistoric Ancestral Puebloan ruins and hundreds of other archaeological sites dot the landscape. People have lived there nearly 5,000 years; it is believed to be the longest continuous occupancy of any site on the Colorado Plateau.

Newsmakers, Aug. 7-13, 2014

Sy Nielson, chairman of the Sun City Aliante Veterans Club, has been appointed to the North Las Vegas Veterans Community Commission by Gov. Brian Sandoval and North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee.

One-time Las Vegas mayor documented Native Americans

Harmon Percy Marble, known as H.P. Marble, became the mayor of Las Vegas during one of the weirder periods of Las Vegas politics. It was just one of many careers he had, and it isn’t the main reason he is remembered.