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Golden Knights prospect Peyton Krebs on his goal to make the NHL, adjusting to Las Vegas

Vegas Golden Knights prospect Peyton Krebs talks about adjusting to Las Vegas weather and aiming to make it in the NHL and head coach Pete DeBoer weighs in on the level of skill he’s seen from Krebs so far. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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Company builds Las Vegas tiny homes

Tiny living gifted Sally Lushin with a larger perspective on life. Courageously referring to herself as a rape survivor, Lushin remembers living like a prisoner in her own home following a violent home invasion that took place 33 years ago. Struggling to rebuild her life, the outspoken speaker, writer and advocate moved from Indiana to Nevada last year to start over.

Homeowner thinks HOA board wants too much information

Unless your governing documents have an occupancy limit as to the number of people living in a home, the association would not be able to enforce such a regulation. The association can have you register your car but cannot decide what kind of car you drive (your vehicle needs to be in working condition). Many associations have within their governing documents a limit on the number of pets, what constitute a domestic pets, size and weight of the pets which would be enforceable regulations.

Vegas luxury homebuyers desire turnkey solutions

The housing market in Las Vegas is hotter than it’s been in years, and this, of course, extends to Southern Nevada’s fine array of luxury homes. From MacDonald Highlands to Red Rock Country Club, Las Vegas has some of the most high-end communities available in this region for those with the pocketbook to match.

Skye Canyon presents sixth annual Skye Stars May 15

In celebration of International Astronomy Day, Skye Canyon’s sixth annual Skye Stars stargazing event with the Las Vegas Astronomical Society (LVAS) is set for May 15 at Skye Canyon Park. With safety in mind, gates open at 6 p.m. for picnicking, music, lawn games and food trucks with constellation viewing beginning after dark from 8 to 10 p.m. This is a free, family-friendly event. Donations for LVAS, a nonprofit organization of amateur astronomers formed to promote astronomy in Southern Nevada will be accepted during the event.

Richmond American features Moro Rock in Summerlin

Richmond American Homes, a top national homebuilder with a long history of homebuilding in Summerlin, offers Moro Rock in Redpoint Square, Summerlin newest district in Summerlin West, located west of the 215 Beltway north of Far Hills Avenue. Redpoint Square has started to take shape on elevated land overlooking the valley.

Legal and policy implications for private developers acquiring BLM lands

Accordingly, in 2021 the Nevada federal delegation introduced the Public Lands Bill – Southern Nevada Economic Development and Conservation Act, which proposes roughly 2 million acres be protected for conservation and recreation, including a 51,000-acre expansion of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, 41,255 acres to be held in trust for the Moapa Band of Paiutes and roughly 30,000 acres for affordable housing and business growth, including an expansion of the LTA. Introduced only a few months ago, the community should watch this legislation closely as it holds great implications for the future of our state.

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For Golden Knights, it’s Stanley Cup or bust

In their pursuit of the Stanley Cup, the Golden Knights stretched the limits of what the NHL’s salary cap system can bear and parted ways with beloved veterans.