BLM Refuses to Extend Comment Period

It was confirmed in an email to Mesquite City Manage Andy Barton on Wednesday, March 4, that the Bureau of Land Management will not be extending their deadline for the public comment period for their Resource Management Plan in the Las Vegas and … [Read more...]

Candidates Sought for 2015 Nevada Beef Ambassador

The Nevada CattleWomen, Inc. and the Nevada Beef Council are teaming up to hold the statewide contest for selecting a Nevada Beef Ambassador in April 2015.  Last year was the first time in several years since a contest has been held in Nevada, and … [Read more...]

BLM Extends Public Comment Period

Nevada Bureau of Land Management (BLM) State Director Amy Lueders announced today that she will extend the public comment period for the Las Vegas and Pahrump Field Offices Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Environmental Impact Statement … [Read more...]

Seeking state’s top senior citizen

The search for Nevada’s Senior Citizen of the Year began on Feb. 1. The National Silver Haired Congress Nevada Delegation, in partnership with the Aging Services Directors Organization (ASDO), established the award in 2013. Raymonde Fiol, a 7 … [Read more...]

NDOT to Conduct Controlled Brush Burn Along SR 160 from Jan 27-29

The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) maintenance crew will conduct a 21-mile permitted controlled brush burn to remove tumble weeds along the center median of State Route 160 in southwest Clark County beginning at 7:00 a.m., January 27 … [Read more...]

Police to Remain Vigilant in Search for Impaired Drivers

Law Enforcement to Continue Joining Forces Program After Holidays The holidays might be over, however, police officers’ effort to reduce impaired driving is not. Law enforcement will join forces and continue its high-intensity enforcement effort b … [Read more...]

Clark County Fatalities, Crashes Down 11% in 2014

The Nevada Departments of Public Safety and Transportation report that the number of vehicle crashes and fatalities in Clark County declined 11 percent year over year. There were 179 crashes and 170 fatalities in 2014, or 20 fewer in each instance … [Read more...]

DMV Moves To New Temporary Tag System

New security features will help combat fraud CARSON CITY – Nevada’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has taken steps to make temporary vehicle tags more secure and less vulnerable to fraud, according to DMV Director Troy Dillard. “Our new deal … [Read more...]

Nevada State Parks Passport Program launched

On Wednesday, December 17, Governor Brian Sandoval traveled to Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park - Spooner Lake to be the first visitor to a Nevada State Park to have his park passport stamped, officially launching the new program. The Passport Program … [Read more...]

State Agencies Out in Force to Zero in on Impaired Drivers

Nationwide, approximately 10,000 motorists are killed in alcohol-related crashes annually, a figure that amounts to the number of seats on about 100 mid-sized jetliners. An impaired driving enforcement effort to reduce that number will take place … [Read more...]