Kelsi Jackson, an 18-year-old senior at Pahrump Valley High School, was awarded a $100,000 scholarship from the Charles and Phyllis M. Frias Charitable Trust and Public Education Foundation.
Mark is currently attending UNLV, seeking a bachelor's degree in journalism. Alongside his internship at the Review Journal, he also writes for UNLV's school newspaper, the Scarlet and Gray.
Before early voting began on Tuesday, Henderson City Council candidates talked about how they would approach the issue of homelessness.
The candidates in Henderson’s Ward 1 special election talked about improving education and possibly breaking Henderson away from the Clark County School District.
Candidates in Henderson’s Ward 1 special election were split in their views on the city’s plan to hire the next police chief from within the department.
Ahead of the Henderson’s Ward 1 special election, city council candidates talked about transparency with records and the media, an issue the city struggled with in the past.
Candidates in Henderson’s Ward 1 special election discussed whether they’d support using public funds to bring sports or entertainment facilities to the city, as has been done repeatedly in the past.
City employees, police, firefighters and local Teamsters union members will be getting one-time bonuses, in part to help ease inflation impact.
Ballots for the special election will be mailed out to eligible residents, according to Henderson officials. Residents will also be able to vote in person.
All seven candidates running for a spot on the Henderson City Council appeared together before the public after a previous attempt was canceled.
Boulder City broke ground on replacing the lawn in front of the Lower Colorado Basin Bureau of Reclamation’s Regional Administration building above Wilbur Square Park on Friday.
The water authority presented four options to the council for the city to recycle its water to reduce consumptive use.
Henderson’s Water Street was covered in green Saturday morning for the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.
The Henderson City Council approved two actions related to the city’s water use Tuesday.
Henderson City Clerk Jose Luis Valdez took responsibility for canceling last week’s candidate forum in a meeting Tuesday.
A “Meet the Candidates” event for Henderson’s Ward 1 special election was canceled by the city an hour before it was supposed to start.