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2017 All-State Boys Cross Country Team
 
2017 All-State Boys Cross Country Team

Here is the Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state boys cross country team. First Team: Omar Aguilar-Espinoza, Silverado First Team: Milton Amezcua, Green Valley First Team: Noah Ayala, Arbor View First Team: William Fallini-Haas, Spring Creek First Team: Matthew Hakin, Spanish Springs First Team: Daniel Horner, Spanish Springs First Team: Jared Marchegger, Sierra Lutheran First Team: Montana Montgomery, Truckee First Team: Conner Nicholas, Desert Oasis First Team: Andrew Ribeiro, Spanish Springs First Team: Aric Turner, Damonte Ranch First Team: Keith Williams, Arbor View Second Team: Ian Cook, The Meadows Second Team: Thomas Dougherty, Coronado Second Team: Sean Dunkelman, Douglas Second Team: Zach Harris, Bishop Manogue Second Team: Mason Keach, McQueen Second Team: Carson Leavitt, Galena Second Team: Nicholas McMillen, Reno Second Team: Alexander Miller, Centennial Second Team: Justin Neubeck, Foothill Second Team: Bryce Odegard, Pahrump Valley Second Team: Shay Rutledge, Lake Mead Second Team: J.C. Schoonmaker, North Tahoe Coach of the Year: Rhonda Beadell, Spanish Springs

Knights’ Bellemare looking forward to facing NHL’s top team
 
Knights’ Bellemare looking forward to facing NHL’s top team

Golden Knights center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare talks to the media on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017 about facing Tampa Bay when they visit T-Mobile Arena on Tuesday. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Gerard Gallant knows Golden Knights face stern task vs. Lightning
 
Gerard Gallant knows Golden Knights face stern task vs. Lightning

Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant talks to the media on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, about facing the Tampa Bay Lightning. Tampa Bay is currently the best team in the NHL and the highest scoring. The Knights host the Lightning on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Abandoned Pomeranians  adopted through Golden Knights event
 
Abandoned Pomeranians adopted through Golden Knights event

Many Pomeranians found their fur-ever homes for the holidays The Animal Foundation and the Vegas Golden Knights hosted a Pucks for Paws event, to kick-off the adoption of 164 Pomeranians found abandoned in Sandy Valley. 5 dogs were available at auction, while 10 more were available in a raffle to benefit Animal Foundation. The dogs were named by Golden Knights players and donned small Knights sweaters. The other Pomeranians will be available through an online raffle, open through Jan. 1

Rihanna Lipstick
 
Rihanna Lipstick

Rihanna Lipstick

The Lave Gallery Keeps it Fresh
 
The Lave Gallery Keeps it Fresh

The Lave Gallery, Las Vegas’s first drop-off cleaner for exclusive shoes, opened in November. (Madelyn Reese/View News)

Freedom House helps addicts recover and transition
 
Freedom House helps addicts recover and transition

Jeff Iverson, founder of the addiction treatment halfway house Freedom House, talks about his background as a recovered addict and how he’s working towards helping people recover from their own addictions.

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