On a journey to South Korea, a young Las Vegas woman seeks to build cultural bridges. Clark County high school student Donntice Dove has been awarded a National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) Scholarship for 2015-16. Donntice will study Korean in South Korea for a year. She is one of only 620 competitively selected [...]
If the election were being held today, who would get your vote for President? Angel Brock I’m voting for Hillary Clinton. Women’s rights need to be addressed by a woman, not a man who doesn’t understand the struggle. Also, I believe she will continue what President Obama has started. She will use a different method, [...]
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Honoring the legacy of Sam Smith, whose commitment to lifelong learning made an impact in West Las Vegas and beyond. BY DR. AL GOURRIER Having just recognized Father’s Day, it’s a wonderful time to honor a man who, for many years, was a father figure to many in West Las Vegas. His name was Sam [...]
Gospel star Pat Pennington to host gala grand opening for a new business venture. Pat Pennington, who performs in the House of Blues Gospel Brunch in the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, will host a June 5 grand opening for a new business venture: Now Faith Community Development Corporation, located at 9708 Gilespie St. Suite [...]
BY MORRIS JACKSON We all want to make the most of our vacation. Whether you’re maximizing every minute of the day — visiting museums, exploring historic sites, indulging in local foods — or finding ways to stretch your dollar for a once-in-a-lifetime experience or to visit a faraway destination, it’s important to make the most of [...]
BY DR. ROBERT E. FOWLER Here are two gifts to give Mom on her special day: Appreciation. We all need it, and the Bible recognizes that often. In the Bible you see people being appreciated because we have a need for this. Paul said in Philippians 1:3 “I thank my God every time I remember [...]
In 2015, a fresh approach and major new element will define a beloved local event. BY KIMBERLY BAILEY-TUREAUD The Las Vegas chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women is making a meaningful addition to a popular annual gathering. “Our upcoming Madame C.J. Walker luncheon will take on a different strategy this year,” Sylvia [...]