Tim Jitloff, one of three from Nevada competing in the Winter Olympics, will race Saturday night.
Betsy Helfand worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between March 2016 and November 2018. She previously made stops at the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, Minnesota Daily and MLB.com in Minnesota. She was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs and graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in journalism.
The Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame will have its induction cememony on May 11.
The 51s will officially break ground on their new ballpark in Summerlin on Feb. 23.
Twins Dylan and Dakota Gonzalez have stayed busy since deciding to leave the UNLV basketball program.
All eyes are on Pyeongchang, South Korea, where some of the world’s best athletes will compete through Feb. 25 in the Winter Olympics. But someday, could the world be watching the Olympics in Nevada?
Tim Jitloff will compete in the giant slalom in South Korea in his second Winter Olympics. The opening ceremonies are Friday. He finished 15th in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
The Lady Rebels were leading by 13 points after the first quarter. The lead was 14 after the second and up to 18 after the third.