Take Charge America Helps Consumers Stand Up to Debt Collector Harassment

In an economy still reeling from the Great Recession, many Americans continue to face financial hardships including significant debt, bad credit and loan delinquency. To make matters worse, many people are also dealing with debt collectors who are … [Read more...]

Winning Design Unveiled for Fourth Sesquicentennial Medallion

Yesterday, Gov. Brian Sandoval, Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki and Kirk Clausen from Wells Fargo, the official sponsor of the medallion program, joined the Nevada 150 Commission and special guests, to reveal the design and strike Nevada’s fourth and final s … [Read more...]

Fatality Rate Higher on Rural Roads

This is the second in a two-part series on Nevada’s Rural Roads. Part One covered maintenance issues. There is always a risk of an accident, even a fatal one, when getting behind the wheel, but the risk of death is much higher when traveling on a r … [Read more...]

Nevada rates high on rural road conditions

Nevada may not compare well with the rest of the nation when it comes to its schools, but at least its rural road conditions are top in the class. According to USA Today, Nevada joins Florida and Tennessee as having the smallest percentage of … [Read more...]

Checkpoint to target drunken boaters

As part of its continuing efforts to reduce the number of drunken boaters operating their vessels on Nevada waters, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOWQ) will hold an OUI checkpoint Saturday, Aug. 16 at Lake Mohave. OUI stands for Operating Under … [Read more...]

Nevada selected for prestigious poet and fiction writers competition in New York

Nevada poets and fiction writers have a unique new opportunity to express themselves and compete for an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City to meet with top literary professionals, including editors, agents, publishers, and prominent writers. … [Read more...]

BLM Seeks Bids for New Long-Term Pastures and Short-Term Facilities to Care for Off-Range Wild Horses

At a time when current off-range holding facilities are nearing capacity limits, the Bureau of Land Management is soliciting bids for new long-term pasture facilities that provide a free-roaming environment for wild horses.  The BLM is also … [Read more...]

Statewide Contest Announced for Final Sesquicentennial Medallion

In honor of Nevada’s 150th birthday, the Nevada Sesquicentennial Commission invites all Nevadans to participate in choosing the design for the fourth Sesquicentennial commemorative medallion. This medallion, the final in the series of four being p … [Read more...]

2014-2015 Property Tax Bills in the Mail

Tax bills for the more than 730,000 parcels in Clark County are being mailed to property owners this week, according to the County Treasurer’s Office.  The taxes levied on all secured real property in the County for fiscal year 2014-2015 total just le … [Read more...]

Fireworks prohibited on public lands

While fireworks are available in Nye County and safe and sane fireworks go on sale in Clark County June 28, fire restrictions remain in place in Southern Nevada. Possession and use of all fireworks (including safe and sane) is prohibited on Bureau … [Read more...]