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FREMONT STREET, STRIP ROAD CLOSURES
SET FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATIONS

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Fertilizing now will keep lawn lovely

Question: I remember you said to apply fertilizer to a lawn around Thanksgiving. But during that time, it was cold, and the fertilizer bag says to water frequently.

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SILVERTON RESTAURANTS ANNOUNCE
NEW YEAR’S EVE OPTIONS

Bird viewing preserve offers close contact with nature

At this busy time of year, it’s good to keep in mind an outdoor destination close enough that it won’t require much time and preparation. Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve is just such a place — an oasis of natural peace hidden close to the urban bustle of the Las Vegas Valley.

UNLV public history students get education at Rex Bell’s ranch

About 25 graduate students in the public history program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, spent much of the past semester at the Walking Box Ranch in Searchlight, cataloguing and cleaning thousands of artifacts that once belonged to former Nevada Lt. Gov. and actor Rex Bell and his wife, actress Clara Bow.

Students from The Meadows School play Santa for students at West Prep

Students from The Meadows School hosted their fourth annual holiday event for another school Dec. 16, this year bringing presents for students at West Preparatory Academy in downtown Las Vegas.

Woman seeks restitution after attack by two dogs

Karen Rowe, a resident of The Trails in Summerlin, was beginning to walk her 13-year-old dog, Al, at 6:30 a.m. Dec. 5 when the garage door of a house two doors down rolled up and two large dogs, which Rowe said were some sort of shepherd breed, tore away from their owner and began attacking her terrier mix.

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