Bryan Salmond and Mark Anderson talk about UNLV’s win over San Diego State, including a confident performance from the Rebels and another strong output from Shakur Juiston.
Their numbers may be small, but Basques and their descendants have left an indelible mark on Nevada — so much so that the theme of the 34th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko is “Basques Buckaroos: Herding Cultures of Basin, Range and Beyond.”
Three takeaways from the UNLV basketball team’s 88-78 victory over San Diego State on Saturday at the Thomas Mack Center.
Marvin Menzies, Shakur Juiston and Brandon McCoy talk about UNLV’s win over San Diego State.
UNLV junior Shakur Juiston was the best player on the floor Saturday night and because of it and other key contributions, UNLV beat San Diego State for the first time since 2013.
On Saturday, about 15 men perused a Tet Offensive 50th anniversary remembrance display at American Legion Post No. 8. The display, which included machine guns, olive-green uniforms, and albums of photos, was a reminder of the attack that spanned 35 cities and killed 6,328 U.S. military personnel.
“The blacktop is not safe. Kids slip, fall and get hurt badly,” the students wrote in a letter to Clark County school trustees, urging the district to fix the crumbling blacktop field blamed for 150 abrasions so far this school year.
Elections that end next month will select the president, vice president and six representatives on the local teacher union’s executive board, as well as six seats representing the local on the Nevada State Education Association board of directors.
Katie Powell had 21 points and 16 rebounds to help UNLV rally for a 75-64 victory over host San Diego State in a Mountain West women’s basketball game Saturday.
I went looking for 20-something women at last Sunday’s Women’s March: Power to the Polls rally, and my search found that the overwhelming number of the estimated 20,000 people attending, to put it delicately, appeared to be “women of a certain age.”