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Nevadan at Work: Dean wants stronger ties with business community

Despite Smatresk’s decision to leave UNLV to take over as president of the University of North Texas, Brent Hathaway said he is looking forward to what 2014 has to offer the 3,200 students enrolled in the Lee School of Business.

Festivals, musicals and more in store for 2014

In a valley packed with events, it’s never too early to start planning your year. Here’s a look at some of the entertainment happenings scheduled for 2014 including shows at The Smith Center, Helldorado Days, Electric Daisy and more.

Literary Las Vegas: Robert Fejer

Robert Fejer was born in Hermosa Beach, Calif., and now lives in Henderson with his wife, Kathy, and daughter, MaryElizabeth. Fejer traveled the world as a technician in the entertainment industry. Many of his productions were tied to children’s theater. His love for children’s entertainment led him to write “Adventures of the Ant,” a picture book featuring illustrations by Yangtian Li.

“Crazy about Basketball!” bounces kids through the game in rhyme

Using verse to speak to young athletes, Lesynski highlights the excitement of the game and all its facets to kids for can’t get enough hoops. I liked the way author Loris Lesynski moves between spectator and player POVs here (for kids who are one or the other), and the action-packed cartoon drawings by Gerry Rasmussen just add to the enjoyment.

Bikers’ group stands by youths who have experienced abuse

His road name is Nobody. That’s what he likes to go by. As president of Bikers Against Child Abuse of Nevada, his role is to be a support system for children who have experienced abuse.

After a freeze, it’s possible to reshape citrus

Question: The low temperatures affected the citrus trees. Most of my new growth is on the suckers. Should I remove them or just let the tree be?

2 from Arizona appear in court in Vegas shooting

A judge on Friday scheduled a bail hearing on Monday for an Arizona woman jailed on felony charges in a Christmas week shooting that left a motorist badly wounded on the Strip.