LAS VEGAS — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s news conference on the state’s continued emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic was derailed.
LAS VEGAS — The Clark County School District’s Reopening Our Schools Working Group convened for the first time earlier this month to set the groundwork.
CARSON CITY — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak began warning state agencies in April to ready for massive budget cuts over the next two years to make up for the states losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LAUGHLIN — The iconic Colorado Belle, part of Laughlin’s landscape for more than 30 years, will remain closed for the foreseeable future — likely remaining closed after the township’s other gaming properties reopen.
BOULDER CITY, Nev. — At a time of what seems like never-ending COVID -19 news, it’s good to have a story with a happy ending once in a while.
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.
LAUGHLIN — The Laughlin High School varsity basketball teams closed out the 2019-2020 season with true grace winning in makeup matches against Mountain View Christian while losing the final games to Lincoln County.
MESQUITE, Nevada — Laughlin High School wrestlers Jack Tierce and Kevin Lemire each won a match at the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association Class 2A/1A state tournament over the weekend.
LAUGHLIN — There’s something about a night race that gets the blood pumping in a different way than a typical off-road race.
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.