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DEBORAH WALL: Bryce Canyon’s humanoid hoodoos make for visually stunning hikes

Along the eastern rim of Utah’s Paunsaugunt Plateau lies Bryce Canyon National Park, a visual feast for the eyes. Standing along the park’s rim, visitors are treated to a multicolored landscape of natural spires, pinnacles and pillars called hoodoos. They got their name because their upright shape, with a little imagination, suggests humanoid or even supernatural beings.

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9/11 attacks spurred task force, surveillance in Las Vegas area

Several of the 9/11 hijackers spent time in Las Vegas before committing the deadliest act of terrorism in the nation’s history. But in its 2004 report, the 9/11 Commission wrote, “Beyond Las Vegas’ reputation for welcoming tourists, we have seen no credible evidence explaining why, on this occasion and others, the operatives flew to or met in Las Vegas.” Former Clark County Sheriff Jerry Keller told the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2006 that he thought the hijackers were eyeing Las Vegas for a possible future attack involving other al-Qaida members.

Henderson Symphony Orchestra celebrates 25 years

Members of the Henderson Symphony Orchestra share a lot, including a love for classical music, a deep respect for their conductor, and that need to perform before live audiences.