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Youth Invited To Register Now For July 12-14 Basketball Boot Camp

NBA Veteran Jerome “Junkyard Dog” Williams And Las Vegas Councilman Ricki Y. BarlowTo Host Training At Doolittle Community CenterThe city of Las Vegas invites youth ages 10 to 16 to register for a basketball boot camp that will be hosted by former NBA veteran player Jerome “Junkyard Dog” Williams and City Councilman Ricki Y. Barlow […]

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South Carolina Senate Race Surprise Candidate – Alvin Greene

Who is Alvin Greene? Alvin suprisingly won the Senate Primary elections in South Carolina without running what the media call a formal campaign. According to Alvin, he did run a campaign, he went door to door, held unofficial meetings in neighborhoods and with individuals and families. Speculation now surrounds the election process and Alvin’s campaign […]

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Foodies Review – Chicago Joes

Five spoons up for Chicago Joes! Chicago Joes, located on 820 S. 4th Street in downtown Las Vegas is a charming Italian restaurnat with an old wold atmosphere. Open for lunch and dinner, Chicago Joes is the perfect setting for any business meeting, romatic night out with a loved one, or a group of friends […]

Ten Years in Review

This week Virgin Atlantic celebrated 10 years of direct flight service between Las Vegas and London.  This represents two million fliers that have visited our city bringing in over $1 billion in revenue.  Ten years is a long time, especially in a city that is ever changing such as Las Vegas.  This makes me think […]

Conferences Maneuver for Money

It’s all about the money.  Money is what caused the Mountain West 10 to become the Mountain West 9 again.  Of course that is not the name of UNLV’s conference, but that was the net effect of more maneuvering this week by colleges across the country. Remember last week – the Mountain West picked up […]

Stop Listening to Campaign Ads

Last week’s election results are in and the race for Harry Reid’s Senate seat has gotten alot more interesting.  Sharon Angle beat out Sue Lowden and Danny Tarkanian, among others by capturing 40% of the Republican vote.  She will face off against the incumbent Harry Reid this fall.   Another big race for Governor is […]

Nevada Cancer Institute Expanding Medical Reach With Opening of Henderson Office

Las Vegas – June 8, 2010 – Nevada Cancer Institute (NVCI) has opened a new satellite office in Henderson, expanding services and expertise to patients on the east side of town. The opening of the Henderson office is another step in the Institute’s vision to ensure that the entire valley has access to state-of-the-art cancer […]

UNLV Awarded $1.4 million from DOE to Advance Nuclear Energy Technology

LAS VEGAS – May 21, 2010 – Two UNLV research teams were awarded more than $1.4 million from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to investigate new ways to improve the safety and reliability of nuclear reactors and reduce some of the radioactive byproducts of nuclear reprocessing. The DOE, as part of its Nuclear Energy […]

Library Use in Recession

Written by Kristan Obeng The recession has influenced individuals and families who have less disposable income to increasingly utilize the Clark County Library’s resources and services. Nancy Hutchinson, a Clark County librarian, described the situation in the library located at 1401 E. Flamingo Road. “Our library usage has gone up a great deal. In many […]

Election Results

It was reported that only 26% of voters turned out on Tuesday’s primary election in Clark County and 30% of voters turned out statewide. Below are some of the election results. The nations eyes are on the gubernatorial race between Sandoval and Reid because it means the Democratic Party in the United States Senate will […]

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