It seems Bishop Gorman’s football team has faced a strong opponent with a star quarterback each week this fall, and today is no different. Except that it is.
A private developer’s quest for a $90 million, 30-year subsidy from the city of Las Vegas for a $200 million downtown soccer stadium took a new twist Thursday when the city and the development partnership of The Cordish Cos. and Findlay Sports & Entertainment announced a new stadium funding proposal.
In addition to deciding 15 District Court and 13 Family Court races, voters in Las Vegas and unincorporated Clark County will settle a single Justice Court campaign. Justice of the Peace Diana Sullivan is seeking re-election to a second term in Department 12 against Marian Kahoiwai Kamalani.
Republicans hadn’t even uttered their first cheer at the news of the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday when speculation began that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had a devious scheme afoot.
The Review-Journal editorial board offers the following endorsements in this fall’s elections for Family Court, Departments P, S and T.
To the editor:
Nils Lofgren’s return to Las Vegas this weekend transports him back to a special time with E Street Band mate Clarence Clemons.
Friday Night Lights — Nevada style.
He is pretty sure they could play with Bishop Gorman’s football team. Oh, not win. Not outscore the Gaels. Maybe not even be all that close on the scoreboard when four quarters had expired.
Saying it was a “huge” move for the sport, Meyers Taylor was thrilled with Thursday’s announcement that bobsled’s governing body will consider the 4-man event gender neutral — a major win for top women’s pilots such as Taylor and Canada’s Kaillie Humphries.