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Meet Stinky. Stinky was found in the desert behind the M Resort scared, alone, very hungry, and thirsty in the hot summer of 2009. Stinky’s rescuer took him to the vet for hydration, checkup, and to see if he was micro-chipped. He didn’t have a microchip nor did he have dog tags so Stinky’s rescuer […]

Small Business, Big Results

Las Vegas, NV – In the midst of budget cuts, negative media speak, bankruptcies and the constant disappointment of “big business,” there are many small businesses that are turning a profit and succeeding regardless of the market conditions. Founded in March of 2008, Verge Marketing Group is proof that you don’t have to be big […]


Meet Monte. He was found 14 years ago.  When he was found, he was a young kitten, approximately 6 weeks old.  Monte went to a good home with people who love him very much.  He started out as a scared kitten, which is understandable as he had been abandoned.  But even as a scared kitten […]

Golf Anyone?

It’s after Memorial Day.  The Sun is beginning to heat up the valley.  The pools are open.  Long gone are the days of highs in the 80’s.  It is the perfect time to Golf.  Yes, I said Golf!It is this time of year that golf rates are at their lowest.  Good deals can be had […]

Vegas Profile – Cynthia Hernandez

Written by Kristan Obeng Gripping Cynthia Hernandez’s focus is the determination to strengthen UNLV and reach out to the community. Hernandez said, “If in my lifetime I’m able to touch one person my job is done.” Director of Advising at the Honors College, Lisa Chastain said she can envision Hernandez’s future career. “If I know […]

The Ultimate Vacation Spot For Las Vegans – Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV – The world comes to Las Vegas to play, and we leave.  The Las Vegas budget for 2011 concedes a shortfall of $80 million.   The question lies why are Las Vegans shelling out vacation dollars in other states? With world-class amenities, renowned golf courses, rugged surrounding landscapes, thrill rides and fine dining […]

UFL – Las Vegas Locomotives

The UFL’s Las Vegas Locomotives unveiled their new logo this week. The train grill logo remains mostly intact. Gone is the teal color that matched every other UFL team last year. The new logo uses a primarily red and black color scheme and includes lettering similar to the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. This […]

Primary Election June 8, 2010 – What We Need To Know

Nevada: Elections are Tuesday, June 8th. All information posted below is directly referenced from a U.S. Elections website. If we want a change in our state and local governments, this is the time to become informed and take action. Below is a listing of all the candidates, per above mentioned website, who will be on […]

Cheryl Savello

Henderson, NV Cheryl Savello has been a resident of Nevada since 1999. She loves teaching art at J.M. Ullom Elementary School and has taught at the elementary school since 2005. Prior to J.M. Ullom, she taught at J.D. Smith Middle School. Cheryl, lives in Henderson down the street from her two daughters, Denise and Catherine […]

Welcome to The Las Vegas Informer

Welcome to the premiere issue of The Las Vegas Informer. Since moving here 16 years ago, I have fallen in love with Las Vegas over and over again. Las Vegas is a deceptively large city for those who visit us. Many people have the popular misconception that Las Vegas begins and ends at the Las […]

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