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Palo Verde High vandalism investigated

Typical but essentially harmless pranks played against contenders of a storied rivalry are expected. But the Clark County School District hadn’t seen such pranks get criminal — until now.

A La Carte

Thirteen local restaurants are scheduled to participate in the Building Champions Against the Odds Campaign to benefit the Nevada Children’s Center on Wednesday, International Children’s Day.

Water wars continue between city and owners

The debate between North Las Vegas utilities officials and city landlords continues over who should pay delinquent water bills.
Municipal code makes it clear that property owners are liable for the recovery of any fees by the city should a tenant skip out on payment.
Improvements have been made to the system, including Internet access codes that allow property owners to check on the account status of their tenants.
But there’s still a long way to go to become more efficient, according to department officials.

Adaptive rec program promotes self-esteem, independence

When Northwest resident Renee Shoemaker went to jot down an upcoming dance on her calendar, she was met with a conflict — a family vacation to Nebraska the same day. The 32-year-old chose to cancel vacation in lieu of the New A.G.E. after-work recreation program for adults with developmental disabilities , social night, said her dad, Dale Shoemaker.

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