With the annual Las Vegas Great Santa Run being held virtually this year, Opportunity Village announced a new fundraising competition to help reach its $15,000 donation goal.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Senior Center in North Las Vegas remains closed because of COVID-19, but people gathered outside Monday to celebrate its renovation, which more than doubled its size.
The winning teacher will receive a $1,000 stipend to use on school supplies, donated by the Nevada Agriculture Foundation, and recognized on the NCA webpage and in the Sage Signals publication.
Skipper is named in memory of Sgt. Ben Jenkins, 47, who in March was shot and killed in the line of duty by a motorist he had stopped to help near Ely.
A virtual remembrance ceremony for Spanish speakers was one of several #VegasStronger activities held to honor victims and survivors of the Route 91 Harvest festival tragedy.
Attorneys Jacob Reynolds and Tara Clark Newberry are seeking the open seat in Department 21, after incumbent Judge Valerie Adair decided not to seek re-election.
Regulations laid out on Lee Canyon’s website include face masks, social distancing and limiting the daily number of guests at the Mount Charleston ski and snowboard resort.
Attorney Ben Nadig is mounting a challenge to District Court Judge Susan Johnson, who has represented District Court Dept. 22 since 2006.
Attorneys Jasmin Lilly-Spells and Karl Armstrong were separated by just 2 percentage points in their primary election in the open District Court Department 23 seat.
Family Court hearing master Michelle Mercer and attorney Romeo Perez are competing to be the first judge in the newly created Department Z.
Experience is the buzzword in the race for the newly created Family Court Department X seat, where attorneys Heidi Almase and Jim Davis are competing.