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  • By JENNIFER DENEVAN Laughlin Nevada Times
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LAUGHLIN — Some tough choices presented themselves to the School Organization Team but they had to be made if the budgets were to balanced. The SOT approved recommending the budgets for the elementary and secondary schools at their special Feb. 13 meeting. Final approval comes from Clark Cou…

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CARSON CITY — The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is looking ahead to the summer road construction season by accepting applications for paid summer internships through Feb. 28. The internships provide on-the-job training in civil and environmental engineering, including roadway an…

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American Legion Richard Springston Post 60 member Fred Doten shows off his motorcycle for the Post’s Bike Night. Bike Night is a chance for motorcyclists in the area to gather and enjoy each others' company. There was a raffle drawing and live music performed by Billy Kay. Doten is getting i…

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LAUGHLIN — The 2018 Democrat Party Caucus will be held Saturday Feb. 24, at Laughlin Junior Senior High School.  Doors open at 9 a.m. PST; caucus starts at 10 a.m.

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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cheyenne J. Contreras graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Children and adults had a chance to celebrate their family and friends by creating cards for upcoming events and holidays. Doug Skiles, of Harrisburg, Ore., creates a Valentine’s Day card for his wife during the adult crafts session at Laughlin Library.

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Sistine Angerbauer, 9, concentrates on making some ‘cheese’ for her ‘pizza my heart’ Valentine card. She and several other children made the Valentine’s Day cards during a children’s crafts day at the Laughlin Library.

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LAUGHLIN — Attending the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards the weekend of Jan. 15 at Camp Pinerock in Arizona proved fruitful for Laughlin students. Several of the students attended a Rotary Club of Laughlin meeting to give a report on how the weekend went for them. It was all positive feedback.

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Frank Ford, Nancy Roberts and Paul Klocke before they participated in Sunday’s Scavenger Hunt hosted by American Legion Riders. Teams of up to four people spent a good part of their Sunday trying to collect a long list of items for a scavenger hunt fundraiser to benefit local veterans. The s…

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LAUGHLIN — The Colorado River Food Bank received a Health and Human Services grant for the amount of $6,000 from the NV Energy Foundation in January.

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LAUGHLIN — How to use funds for the elementary and high school became a lengthy discussion for members of the School Organization Team at their Feb. 1 meeting.

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Bob Bilbray, strategic development advisor for the Laughlin Economic Development Corporation, is joined by Bruce Henry, Kathy Ochs, Jim Maniaci, Gina Mackey and Stephanie Bethards, l-r, for the naming of the Laughlin Citizen of the Year Award Feb. 13. The award goes to an individual who’s go…

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  • By JENNIFER DENEVAN Laughlin Nevada Times
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LAUGHLIN — The town of Laughlin is the site of a new interactive kiosk that will help the public scan, retrieve copies and record land documents and property records from a remote location. The kiosk is available to all of southern Nevada so Searchlight and Cal-Nev-Ari could use it also.

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  • By JENNIFER DENEVAN Laughlin Nevada Times
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LAUGHLIN — Bob Beers took the opportunity to talk with the Laughlin Republican Women’s Club Jan. 11 and to let them know that he’s running for state treasurer seat.

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LAUGHLIN — Anyone intending to vote in the primary and general elections needs to be sure to register or have their information updated. There are several opportunities to do so in Laughlin through May 11.

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LAUGHLIN — Tax help is available to all taxpayers with moderate and low income. Trained and Certified volunteer tax counselors will be available to provide tax assistance for those of all ages. Free Federal and State e-file service is available which provides for greater accuracy and rapid refunds.

  • By JENNIFER DENEVAN Laughlin Nevada Times
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LAUGHLIN — A lot remains unknown, but it is possible that naturally occurring asbestos is in and around Laughlin and the neighboring areas.

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