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Parents had a chance to take their concerns, big and small, straight to Clark County School Board Trustee Lorraine Alderman at a recent open forum, Making Connections, at the East Las Vegas Community/Senior Center.
Artists for the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department’s Zap! 4 project may be finished with their masterpieces, but the lifeline of these works extends far beyond the Oct. 22 completion date.
A dozen people stand in line outside HELP of Southern Nevada, 1640 E. Flamingo Road, at 8 a.m. one day just a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving. They’re a small fraction of the thousands who are seeking assistance from the non profit organization this holiday season.
Beginning in 2014, all Clark County School District buses must meet new safety standards in accordance with a state law passed last summer.
Thousands of cars pass by each day the fenced-in, now-defunct El Capitan mobile home park on Bonanza near Nellis, and probably no one realized what was behind that temporary fence. In fact, until this past week, there was a massive illegal tire dump so large, numbering some 2,000 discarded tires, that it could clearly be seen from satellite photo imagery on Google Earth.
Jake Edward Galins, 16, has achieved Eagle Scout status in the Boy Scouts of America.
Thousands of kindergarten students across the Las Vegas Valley are learning to read with the help of handmade books from the Desert Sage auxiliary group, a part of the Assistance League of Las Vegas.