Red Rock and Sloan Canyon’s Holiday Hours

LAS VEGAS – Red Rock Canyon and Sloan Canyon National Conservation Areas will have reduced hours on Thanksgiving Day, November 23. The Scenic Drive area at Red Rock Canyon will be open from 6 a.m. to noon, and the Visitor Center will be open 8 a.m. … [Read more...]

NEVADA INCREASING RATE OF PRESCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES PARTICIPATING IN REGULAR CLASSROOMS

CARSON CITY, Nev. – Schools in Nevada have increased the number of preschool students with disabilities participating in regular classrooms 3.2 percentage points to 33 percent and are on track to increase that inclusion rate to 40 percent in the … [Read more...]

Nevada Supreme Court Must Review State’s Experimental Execution Protocol

LAS VEGAS—The execution of Scott Dozier was put on hold Thursday, Oct. 9, after Clark County District Court Judge Jennifer P. Togliatti enjoined the Nevada Department of Corrections from administering a paralytic as the final drug in its experimental … [Read more...]

Kihuen Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C – On Oct. 10, Representative Ruben J. Kihuen joined leaders from community health centers at Hope Christian Health Center in Southern Nevada to call on Congress to extend the Community Health Centers Fund (CHCF) to make sure Nevadans … [Read more...]

Nevada Supreme Court Must Review State’s Experimental Execution Protocol

LAS VEGAS—The execution of Scott Dozier was put on hold Thursday, Oct. 9, after Clark County District Court Judge Jennifer P. Togliatti enjoined the Nevada Department of Corrections from administering a paralytic as the final drug in its experimental … [Read more...]

“Silver bar” discovery at former Carson City mint

Dennis Cassinelli         In January, 1999 Cassinelli Construction Co. was employed by Nevada State Public Works Department to remove a portion of Carolyn Street at the Nevada State Museum to construct a parking lot and build a small park facing … [Read more...]

Nevada to be First in the U.S. to Paralyze a Prisoner to Death

Court Hearing on Proposed Experimental Execution Method Tuesday LAS VEGAS—On November 14, if its first scheduled execution in 11 years proceeds, Nevada will become the first state in the United States to use a paralytic as the lethal drug in a … [Read more...]

Fire restrictions lifted

RENO, Nev. – The Bureau of Land Management has rescinded the fire prevention order that was issued June 30. The order restricted the discharge and use of fireworks and certain types of ammunition during recreational shooting. This follows the … [Read more...]

SEARCH FOR NEVADA INTERNATIONAL 2018 TITLEHOLDERS

Calling women aged 13-56 to represent cities, counties, and regions of Nevada. The Nevada International Pageants team is looking for women from all over Nevada to compete for three International titles: Mrs. Nevada International 2018, Miss Nevada … [Read more...]

NEVADA HIGH SCHOOLS ON TRACK TO POST HIGHEST GRADUATION RATES ON RECORD

CARSON CITY, Nev. – Preliminary four-year graduation rate data posted today on NevadaReportCard.com indicates Nevada high schools are on track to set a graduation rate record of 80.55 percent for the Class of 2017 – an increase of seven percentage … [Read more...]