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Golden Knights license plate sales
 
Golden Knights license plate sales

Las Vegas resident Bernard Turner loves the Golden Knights and couldn’t wait to get the team-inspired specialty license plate on his new vehicle. Over 11,000 of the plates have been ordered since becoming available in October, according to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – Fun Facts
 
Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – Fun Facts

Las Vegas Events works under the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. It was initially formed to bid to bring the National Finals Rodeo to Las Vegas from Oklahoma City in 1985. A contract signed with Las Vegas Events in 2015 keeps the Wrangler NFR in Las Vegas through 2024 . More than 170,000 are expected to attend this year

NFR Preps Livestock for the Limelight
 
NFR Preps Livestock for the Limelight

NFR’s Jed Pugsley discusses the care that goes into preparing the rodeo’s livestock for Las Vegas’ big event.

The man behind Terrible Herbst
 
The man behind Terrible Herbst

Jerry Herbst founded Terrible Herbst in 1959. The name repurposed an old slight toward Herbst’s father, Ed, who opened Martin Oil in Chicago in 1938. Since the brand’s arrival, the Terrible name has existed in the Las Vegas Valley atop gas stations, casinos and the family’s motorsports team. Some of those ventures are controlled by Jerry Herbst and others by his sons: Ed, Tim and Troy. Jerry Herbst died Nov. 27 in his home. He was 80.

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