It isn’t often a group of 7- and 8-year-old kids get the chance to play their favorite game in front of 5,000 screaming fans, but that’s what happened for 40 kids from the Las Vegas Ice Center’s Mite Division on April 2.
Henderson broke ground on improvements to Wells Park. New amenities planned at the 1640 Price St. park include a splash pad for children, a full-size chess board, a climbing wall and a skateboard area.
The Las Vegas Area Council Boy Scouts of America invites the community to learn about scouting during an expo scheduled for April 29-May 1 at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, 9200 Tule Springs Road.
Summerlin resident Joe Raftery is one of two men who has qualified to represent Nevada in The Bass Federation National Championship tournament that starts April 12 in Tennessee.
No doubt about it, based on exclusivity, reputation and celebrity status, SouthShore Golf Club, 100 Strada Di Circolo, Henderson, was definitely on my bucket list of courses to play in Southern Nevada. Cross it off the list.
Las Vegas cold snaps tend to hit plants at times when they’re not prepared.
Joshua Tree National Park, just outside of Twentynine Palms, Calif., is a great springtime destination to visit for a day or two or even an extended trip to hike, go birding or just drive around looking at wildflowers. The park was established as a national monument in 1936 and gained national park status in 1994, and this year, it is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
The city of Las Vegas Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services has opened registration for its spring break and summer camps.
Question: I was told by a landscaping company that the fronds from Mexican fan palms cannot be chipped and recycled into mulch because they are too alkaline. This was news to me! Your opinion regarding that palms-too-alkaline-for-mulch theory would be appreciated.
Question: Can you help me identify some insects on my grapes? They are quite small and devour the leaves of my grape vines, leaving them like skeletons. There are literally thousands of them in the summer. They stay until late fall and are very annoying. What can I do to get rid of them?