Event to go on without public attendance
LAS VEGAS (AP) — About 100 people gathered outside the Nevada governor’s private home in Las Vegas to protest a mask mandate intended to limit the spread of COVID-19.
CARSON CITY — The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation announced that with the goal of helping Nevadans facing unemployment due to the global pandemic, Gov. Steve Sisolak gave the authorization for Nevada to start the application process to participate in the Lost Wa…
LAS VEGAS — Parents of special education students are suing the Clark County School District in federal court, charging that CCSD has failed to provide their children with an adequate education during COVID-19 school closures.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Local tribes and national conservation groups are lobbying to establish a fourth national monument in southern Nevada that would preserve Indigenous cultural sites and critical environmental habitat.
By TIM DAHLBERG
LAS VEGAS — Best In The Desert has welcomed Jeff Phillips into the role of race operations manager for the offroad racing association.
LAUGHLIN — The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association posted its updated sports schedule for the 2020-2021 school year and the organization has decided that the entire school year’s sports are to be pushed back into 2021.
LAUGHLIN — As the seemingly endless COVID-19 nightmare winds its course, parts of America are reopening and events that were victims of the pandemic are going back onto the schedule.
LAUGHLIN — The season barely was underway. Now, it already might be over.
Phyllis Smith shows the correct fold to make a frog during her origami class in the Laughlin Library on Nov. 18.
LAUGHLIN — Folding paper for fun dates back to the 6th century when Buddhist monks brought paper to Japan, but today’s enthusiasts can try their hand at the ancient art on select Sundays at the Laughlin Library.
LAUGHLIN — Jackie Mazzeo, Laughlin Chamber of Commerce executive director, has a nose for making events better than the previous year. She’s on that trail again for the “Rocks on the Rocks” Freedom of Expression event slated for Thursday, July 26. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. in Gold Digger…
LAUGHLIN — Stuart Rice was visiting Laughlin from his home in Minnesota last week when he picked up a Pot A Gold Stables flyer and decided to go for a trail ride.