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Academic Success Starts With You

August 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Community

BY CIARA OWENS As the new school year approaches, a widely-respected Las Vegas educator offers insight into how to succeed in the classroom. I want our students to walk onto their campuses this school year — and every school year — knowing that they are powerful beyond measure. It is important that they are empowered […]

History, coming back to life

August 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Highlights

KME Architects Restores Historic Westside School When it opened in 1923, the Historic Westside School was Las Vegas’ first public school for Paiute Indian children. Less than two decades later, it became the first school in the city to welcome African- American students. Today, as home to the non-profit community radio station KCEP Power (88.1) […]

Southwest Gas

August 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Feature

Southwest Gas Corporation is among the most trusted utilities in America, and has been a leading provider of natural gas in Nevada, Arizona, and California for more than 80 years. It is also a leader in another area: its highly sought­after Summer Engineering Internship, a youth and development program that is grooming a new generation […]

HEALTHIER YOU: The magic in mother’s milk

August 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Extra, Health

Coping with infertility

‘We have to keep moving forward’

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS | VIVICA A. FOX The “Independence Day: Resurgence” star talks leading men, her steamy Las Vegas show, and what she learned about Donald Trump on “Celebrity Apprentice.” Vivica A. Fox has been delighting audiences for more than two decades, with her incomparably relatable style in movies and television shows that range from […]

‘Make America Great Again’: Are You Kidding Me?

BY LOUIE OVERSTREET Ain’t it strange how — after more than a year, and a seemingly endless number of debates — no one has asked The Donald two very basic questions: When was the last time America was great? And what made it great? Just as strange, but far more troubling, was listening to hate-filled speeches […]

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