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February 1, 2015

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Authorities shut down I-15 near Tropicana
Authorities shut down I-15 near Tropicana
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Law enforcement authorities shut down Interstate 15 near Tropicana Avenue this morning amid ...
Photo: Keno, a Nevada SPCA foster puppy selected to take
In today’s other big game, Las Vegas player sure to lick opponents
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Puppy Bowl XI:
It’s the 11th annual "Puppy Bowl," when 50-some immature canines from shelters and rescue organizations across the country trump the billion-dollar NFL with their own brand of frolicking, frisky cuteness, held in check by a pun-rich rufferee (sorry) who will be watching for backfields in motion and unnecessary ...
Photo: The 2015 Mesquite Motor Mania car show Saturday, J
Tiny Mesquite has myriad ways of attracting visitors
Sunday, February 1, 2015
WEEKEND GETAWAY:
The balloon festival and Motor Mania weekend are just a taste of what the community has to offer ...
Photo: Vacation
Unlimited vacation? Some companies letting workers come and go as needed
Sunday, February 1, 2015
But "a lot of people like having actual allotted vacation time so you don’t have to guess what’s OK to take," said an HR exec with a prominent Las Vegas company ...
Photo: Andy Armenian, left, and Levon Gulbenkian, right,
Genocide monument breaks new ground for Clark County
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Spurred by Las Vegas’ Armenian community, the county now has a policy in place for people who want to propose monuments.
The Data: Feb. 1-7
Sunday, February 1, 2015
All of the information your business needs: Bid opportunities, bankruptcies filed and building permits issued. To add to our data, email us at [email protected]
Photo: Blake Sartini hasnt stopped growing his Golden Gam
Merger, public trading can expand empire of PT’s parent company
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Blake Sartini talks about what’s to come for the new Golden Entertainment, which was forged by the merger of Golden Gaming and Lakes Entertainment.
Good to see partnership of businesses, schools
Sunday, February 1, 2015
GUEST COLUMN:
Concepts that businesses support, such as return on investment and accountability, have become part of the dialogue, making it easier to communicate the district’s goals and strategies to the business community ...
Photo: Ray Mathis started his career at the Clark County
For school district’s sports boss, it’s all about team
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Ray Mathis fell in love with athletics not from being an athlete, but from helping kids participate and thrive.
Photo: Doug Roberts, senior vice president and project pr
‘Hopefully what we do adds to the state’s recovery’
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Q+A: DOUG ROBERTS:
Panattoni Development has been involved in several large-scale projects in Southern Nevada. Roberts, a partner, talks about the most rewarding part of his job, what’s in store for commercial real estate in Las Vegas and the importance of giving workers space.
Photo: Las Vegas Firefighters won the 2014 First Responde
The Notes: Philanthropy, Feb. 1-7
Sunday, February 1, 2015
In the Notes: UPS, Dartoo Inc., Las Vegas Firefighters, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, MassMedia, MGM Resorts International, America First Credit Union, Tronox, Todd English PUB, Control Power Concepts and more ...
Is this lawsuit good for Nevada, or just for Laxalt?
Sunday, February 1, 2015
EDITORIAL:
The state’s new attorney general is wasting taxpayer money needlessly fighting the president’s immigration policy.
Photo: Michelle Tully runs the Charleston Antique Mall, w
For antique mall, first and foremost is customer’s comfort
Sunday, February 1, 2015
MEET: CHARLESTON ANTIQUE MALL:
Michelle and Cal Tully took over the 18,000-square-foot shopping space in 2008 and immediately set out to make improvements to the customers experience.
Governor falls short with funds for UNLV med school
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Where I Stand:
When Gov. Brian Sandoval proclaimed the UNLV medical School his top priority for UNLV, I was shocked to hear his commitment of only $9 million to make it happen …
Photo: Children prepare to compete in the Youth America G
Las Vegas ballet competition draws young hopefuls dreaming of national stage
Saturday, January 31, 2015
“It’s kind of like an 'American Idol' for ballet kids,” said Larissa Saveliev, who founded the YAGP 16 years ago as a way to give dancers from the ages of nine to 19 an outlet to hone their craft.

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