Las Vegas author Re’na L. Garcia surveyed more than 100 pastor’s kids, or PKs as she calls them, for the book “Raised in the Pew.”
Hearing, smelling, feeling: those are three of the five senses you might use every day. And in the new book “Nadine, My Funny and Trusty Guide Dog” by Carol Chiodo Fleischman, illustrated by Stephanie Ford, one woman “sees” with the help of four furry feet.
A shooting that left one inmate dead at a Southern Nevada prison last fall involved two handcuffed inmates and at least one prison guard, a lawyer for a surviving inmate said Wednesday.
Las Vegas literary happenings this week include the annual Local Author Showcase at Paseo Verde Library.
Were Nevada voters sold a bill of goods on Question 1?
Soon the Echelon eyesore will be no more. As reported Monday by the Review-Journal’s Howard Stutz, Malaysia-based Genting Berhad will break ground May 5 on the $4 billion Resorts World Las Vegas hotel-casino, a project that promises to accellerate the redevelopment of the north Strip and wipe out a painful reminder of the Great Recession.
To the editor:
Nevadans know that our education system is broken and in need of fixing. When it comes to graduation rates, per-student spending, and teacher-to-student ratios, Nevada ranks among the lowest in the country. But these statistics only tell part of the story. Not only is our education system failing our kids and limiting their future opportunities, it is having a direct effect on the state’s near-term and long-term economic growth.
View explores centers and nonprofits dedicated to servicing residents with vision impairment.
The Henderson Chamber hosted its second I CAN BE (Integrating Career Academies by Networking Business and Education) program at Silverado High School, 1650 Silver Hawk Ave., March 11 to introduce freshmen to careers to help them plan their high school classes.