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Councilman Sam Bateman to Accept the 2012 Indie Music Fest Award for the City of Henderson

Councilman Sam Bateman to Accept the 2012 Indie Music Fest Award for the City of Henderson

Henderson, NV – March 8, 2012 – Black Mountain Productions Inc. and Endeavor Media Group announced that they are producing the Indie Music Fest Awards ceremony during the annual Indie Music Fest, April 27-28, 2012 at: The Henderson Pavilion. Brittany Williams, reigning Miss US Galaxy and former Miss United States has agreed to be the […]

Trio Of GOP Lawmakers Ask Democrat Sen. Steven Horsford To Allow Vote On Laughlin Incorporation

Trio Of GOP Lawmakers Ask Democrat Sen. Steven Horsford To Allow Vote On Laughlin Incorporation

By Sean Whaley Nevada News Bureau CARSON CITY – Three Republican state senators, all members of the Legislative Commission, have asked Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford, D-Las Vegas, to call a meeting of the panel as soon as possible to vote on the feasibility of the incorporation of Laughlin.

Lawmaker Review Of 45-Year-Old Nevada Public Education Funding Plan To Proceed With Funding

Lawmaker Review Of 45-Year-Old Nevada Public Education Funding Plan To Proceed With Funding

By Nevada News Bureau Staff Updated with donors who paid $125,00 in total for the review.) CARSON CITY – A panel of lawmakers today moved forward with a review of the state’s 45-year-old formula for funding public education after receiving $125,000 from the Clark County School District to pay for a study.

Regulation Requiring Many Home-Based Businesses To Pay Business License Fee Approved By Legislative Panel

Regulation Requiring Many Home-Based Businesses To Pay Business License Fee Approved By Legislative Panel

By Sean Whaley Nevada News Bureau CARSON CITY – A regulation requiring thousands of home-based businesses to pay a $200 annual fee won approval today from a legislative panel.

Nevada Political Season Gets Under Way Today With Dozens Of Candidates Filing For Office

Nevada Political Season Gets Under Way Today With Dozens Of Candidates Filing For Office

By Sean Whaley Nevada News Bureau CARSON CITY – There was a flurry of candidates filing for office and some political maneuvering today as Nevada’s 2012 election season officially got under way. Over 90 candidates filed for a variety of offices in Clark County. Another 17 filed with the Secretary of State’s office and others filed in […]

Some Nevada Welfare Recipients Have Fun On Taxpayer Dime But Most Spending Appropriate

Some Nevada Welfare Recipients Have Fun On Taxpayer Dime But Most Spending Appropriate

By Sean Whaley Nevada News Bureau CARSON CITY – There are a few withdrawals in vacation destinations like New Orleans and Hawaii. There are a few from such tourist locations as Angel Stadium in Anaheim, SeaWorld San Diego and Pier 39 in San Francisco.

Bulgarian Bag Training

Dr. Donald A. Ozello, D.C., of Championship Chiropractic has an article titled “Bulgarian Bag Training” published in the March/April issue of OnFitness Magazine. Get a copy and read above this exciting full body training method.

UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL OPEN MW CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY WEDNESDAY

Second-seed Lady Rebels face No. 7 seed New Mexico in the quarterfinals at 6:05 pm LAS VEGAS – (UNLVRebels.com) – The UNLV women’s basketball team finished the regular season with its first-ever top-two finish in the Mountain West, and will be the second seed in next week’s Conoco MW Women’s Basketball Championship, which will be held at […]

VERNON FOX Scores A Touchdown With Nevada Reading Week

VERNON FOX Scores A Touchdown With Nevada Reading Week

By Andre’ Haynes Endeavor Media Group Nevada Reading Week kicks off on February 27th and ends on March 2nd. Schools statewide are getting in on the action and encouraging students to read. Vernon Fox teamed up with Estes McDoniel Elementary School on Thursday – March 1st to celebrate Nevada Reading Week as they also celebrated […]

Nevada Political Consultant Warns Against Setting Tax Policy at The Ballot Box

Nevada Political Consultant Warns Against Setting Tax Policy at The Ballot Box

By Sean Whaley Nevada News Bureau CARSON CITY – Long-time political consultant and former state lawmaker Pete Ernaut said today that efforts to use the ballot box to set tax policy could handcuff the ability of the governor and Legislature to make critical decisions on the future of the state. “It should be warning to everybody because […]

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