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2010 NBA Summer League schedule announced

NEW YORK — Twenty-two NBA teams, including 11 that appeared in the 2010 NBA Playoffs, will compete in this year’s NBA Summer League. For the second consecutive year, a team of NBA Development League Select players will also participate in the action taking place at the Thomas & Mack Center and the COX Pavilion on […]

The State of Sports in Nevada

“What Las Vegas really needs is a hockey team.”  This sentiment was expressed to me on the way to a 51’s game last week.  To which I responded “We have one, the Wranglers, they play at The Orleans.” My friend has lived in Las Vegas for a little over a year.  Las Vegas has a […]

UNLV Study: Southwest Desert Ecosystems Can Take Decades To Recover from Wildfires

LAS VEGAS – July 1, 2010 – Wildfires blaze through the American Southwest each summer, threatening homes, damaging fragile ecosystems and scarring majestic public lands that attract tourists from around the world. According to a recent study by UNLV ecologist Scott Abella, full recovery of desert ecosystems after a wildfire can take up to 65 […]

Nevada Cancer Institute Hires New Faculty Members

Las Vegas – June 22, 2010 – Nevada Cancer Institute is pleased to announce that five new cancer experts have joined its interdisciplinary faculty to help treat and discover a cure for cancer. “Nevada Cancer Institute continues to build its team of experts in order to fully meet the needs of Nevada’s cancer patients and […]

Hundreds enjoy First Friday BBQ at SPACE

Approximately 200 people attended the First Friday Wear Recycle event at SPACE Studios on Friday July 2, 2010.  This event was the launch of the world wide tour of artist Nicky Watts’ Wear Recycle Poster Campaign and was open to the public. A complimentary bar-be-que was available to event goers and featured food for both […]

july 4th editorial

July 4th.  Independence Day.  A day of celebrating our nation’s independence over the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1776.  Back on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed.  This signing took place over a year after the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. This document outlines our beliefs as people, and our rights as […]

Las Vegas IAFF Local 1285, City Of Las Vegas Negotiators Reach Tentative Agreement To Deal With Budget Shortfall

Late this afternoon, the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Local 1285 and city of Las Vegas negotiators reached an agreement to help the city deal with the current budget shortfall. The agreement is scheduled to go before the City Council for consideration at the Wednesday, July 7 meeting. The IAFF membership is scheduled to vote […]


LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas continued its reign as the No. 1 trade show destination in North America, hosting the most “Tradeshow Week 200” largest shows for the sixteenth consecutive year in 2009. “Billions of dollars have been invested in the facilities, amenities, and service to make Las Vegas the premier convention destination and that […]


Tempting pool oases, five-star restaurants, the hottest headliners around, and luxury accommodations – Las Vegas is the place to be this Fourth of July holiday Video and still photographs of events in Las Vegas can be found at http://br.thenewsmarket.com/lvcva. For even more reasons to get to Vegas for the July 4th holiday, go to www.VisitLasVegas.com.

Veterinarians Of Las Vegas Introduces Preventive Veterinary Services

Veterinarians of Las Vegas is a veterinary care service provider that is engaged in providing medical services to pets in the city of Las Vegas. This service provider has introduced preventive veterinary services in its Las Vegas pet hospital to prev (I-Newswire) June 22, 2010 – Las Vegas, Jun 22, 2010 – Veterinarians of Las […]

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