Back in 2011, state Sen. Michael Roberson was a freshman member of the minority party known for tossing bombs and angering everybody from the Republican governor to the Democratic majority leader.
The Review-Journal editorial board offers the following endorsements in this fall’s elections for Family Court, Departments F, H, I and J.
To the editor:
Although political fliers are rarely filled with reasoned or nuanced policy analysis, recent fliers paid for by the Nevada Democratic Party contain so many inaccurate statements about school choice that a fact check is needed.
In honor of the 42nd annual Greek Food Festival this weekend, we have a recipe provided by Marilyn Flangas, longtime festival public relations representative.
7° South, which gets its name from the Polynesian islands 17 degrees south of the equator, opened in June. The tropically themed restaurant and bar has an extensive selection of craft beers and exotic cocktails (Laid Back Lychee Martini, anyone?) and a casual menu available during all opening hours.
It has been a while since the last Washington wine was reviewed here, but don’t take that to be an indication that there’s a quality problem with the wines coming from the many exciting appellations in that state.
Ellen Hirsberg finished second on Tuesday to lead The Meadows’ girls cross country team to victory in a seven-team meet at Bonnie Springs Ranch.
Give the County Commission credit for trying to grab your attention on National Voter Registration Day. It probably won’t work, but perhaps nothing short of the return of Sinatra and Elvis would do the trick in an off year.
A Virginia preschool teacher has been arrested and charged with assault and battery after she allegedly punished a 13-month-old boy by biting his shoulder, police said on Monday.