Unrestrained Driver Ejected in Rollover Crash

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Preliminary investigation revealed that on May 23, 2017 at approximately 12 p.m., a green Honda Civic 4-door was traveling southbound on IR15 on the Glendale (exit 91) off ramp. The Honda was traveling at a speed to fast for conditions. The driver … [Read more...]

Fire destroys house in Bunkerville

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At approximately 6:16 p.m. Tuesday night, multiple fire crews responded to a single family residence in Bunkerville for a structure fire with a possible person trapped at 128 W. Second South St. It was the highest emergency response seen in … [Read more...]

State of Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles and Clark County, Nevada Announce Launch of New Off-Road Nevada Website

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OffRoadNevada.org, a website where off-roading enthusiasts in Nevada can learn about Off-Highway Vehicle Registration, the Off-Highway Vehicle Grant Program, and where users can access Motorized Trail Maps officially launches as of May 15. The … [Read more...]

County to Host Spring Auction May 20

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Preview, Pre-Registration Set for May 17-19, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Clark County will host a spring government surplus auction at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 20, at 4320 Stephanie St., off Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier’s Park. The auctions, held three … [Read more...]

Online Application Period for Firefighter Recruitment Drive Opened Tuesday, April 18

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8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 18 applications opened, job seekers interested in becoming firefighters can now submit applications online through the 2017 Southern Nevada Regional Firefighter Recruitment website at www.snvfirerecruitment.com. The Clark … [Read more...]

New Library breaks ground May 24

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Photos 1-4 are screenshots from the virtual tour online.   The speaker for the April 12 Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Luncheon was principal architect Sean Coulter, of Simpson Coulter Studio. He spoke with visual teasers of what … [Read more...]

Clark County Sales Tax Increased

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In case you haven't noticed, several things are costing just a little more nowadays. Beginning April 1, the sales tax on items Clark County increased from 8.15 percent to 8.25 percent. While it is literally pennies in most cases, businesses who … [Read more...]

Reid Gardner Generating Station shut down

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In a press release on March 16, NV Energy announced that the fourth and final unit of the coal-fired Reid Gardner plant in Moapa was shut down, no longer providing energy to the Southern Nevada electric grid. Originally, the closure was scheduled … [Read more...]

CHIPping Away at Health Disparities

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Community Health Improvement Plan Where are we now?   WHAT:           An update and progress report of Southern Nevada’s first multi-agency Community Health Improvement Plan that includes the Nurse Call Line and the Mobile Health … [Read more...]

Free High School Equivalency classes to be held in Mesquite

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  The College of Southern Nevada will be offering a free High School Equivalency (HSE) Math Class at the Mesquite center beginning April 17. The class will run Monday through Thursday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. through June 1. Requirements to … [Read more...]