LAUGHLIN — Ron Knecht spoke with the Laughlin Republican Women’s Club about why he’s running to be the state controller again. He was joined by two additional candidates, Derek Uehara, who is running for state treasurer; and Jared Fisher, who’s running for governor.
LAUGHLIN — The School Organization Team made some tough decisions that had to be made regarding the elementary and secondary school budgets. They approved cutting back on general fund money for both schools in an emergency meeting May 14.
LAUGHLIN — The lagoon project inches along with a pre-bid meeting held May 1. Potential bidders attended a meeting to get some information about what the project entails and were encouraged to put their bids in for the project.
LAUGHLIN — Those in attendance learned a lot about how the Clark County Assessor’s Office works regarding tax collection and some information to keep in mind as Laughlin looks to build.
LAS VEGAS – On May 4, the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Mt. Charleston Fire Prevention District, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service are implementing fire restrictions in Southern Nevada.
LAUGHLIN — The Cougars baseball team was handed two more losses by the Lincoln County Lynx April 27. The boys lost 7-5 and 11-0.
LAS VEGAS — The Cougars kept their winning streak going, beating the Mountain View Saints 16-0 and 17-0 in a doubleheader April 13. The wins move the Cougars to an 11-2 overall record and 6-2 in the NIAA 2A Southern League.
LAS VEGAS — The Lady Cougars keep rolling, getting two more wins against Mountain View. The girls won 16-1 and 18-0 in a doubleheader April 13.
HENDERSON — The Cougars track and field team still saw some success despite high winds at the Basic High School meet April 12.
LAS VEGAS — The Cougar track and field team is off to a fast start to their season, breaking a couple of records and earning a few top spots in their first meet of the season.
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.
BULLHEAD CITY — River Cities Community Theater Players presents “Sugar”, a fun-filled musical comedy based on the film Some Like It Hot, which was nominated for four Tony awards including best musical. The adaptation combines all the zaniness of the movie with 14 jazzy, original songs.
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