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Thursday, May 28, 2015
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Isabella Millington and her first-grade class from West Preparatory Academy recently enjoyed a trip to the Red Rock National Conservation Area. Millington is the winner of the 2015 Mojave Max Desert Conservation Contest.
Commissioner Susan Brager and other community stakeholders gathered recently for the ceremonial groundbreaking to signal the start of work on the new Summerlin Aquatic Center.
Welterweight boxing champion Jessie Vargas and five-time world champion Zab Judah helped open a gym for incarcerated youth at the Spring Mountain Youth Camp.
Artist Allison Streater's "Blinded Awoken" exhibit is on display through May 15 at the Winchester Cultural Center Gallery. The pieces in this exhibit encourage introspection and rebirth. Allison features herself in several pieces as a way to exam the various qualities each person has an individual.
Duration - 02:14
County Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Susan Brager were joined by Gov. Brian Sandoval and other officials to break ground on the new IKEA store being developed in the southwest valley.
Betty Willis, creator of the iconic "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign talks about designing the sign and the work she did on other historic signage like the Moulin Rouge, the Blue Angel Motel and other places along the Strip and Fremont Street. She died April 19, 2015 at age 91.
Ron Lynn, director of the Building Department, talks about construction projects going on around the valley, the trend in residential development and the process -implosion - for bringing down the old to make room for the new.
Dignitaries, show girls, marching bands and more joined in the celebration that marked the groundbreaking for I-11, a two-phase project to build new, more efficient roadway between Las Vegas and Phoenix.
Parkdale Park now has a new look. See what's come to this great neighborhood through the Recreation Center and how the entire family can enjoy the amenities.
This year marks the 19th year for the design of the Clark County logo. We sat down with designer William "Bill" Verrill to talk about the creativity behind the design once the vision was set forth by then County Manager Pat Shalmy and the sitting Board of County Commissioners. In 1995, when Clark County staff identified the need to adopt a single graphic identity. Departments had developed individual logos and research at the time indicated the name “Clark County” failed to distinguish the government entity from private concerns or other agencies. For instance, there were 30 non-governmental listings in the telephone book which began with the words "Clark County." In August 1995, staff initiated a design competition for a logo consistent with the County’s mission, vision and goals. Seven individuals active in the arts community, advertising field and education were invited to jury the competition. 190 people and agencies were invited to participate and ultimately 45 entries were reviewed by the design jury. The jury recommended the logo submitted by Las Vegas graphic artist William “Bill” Verrill. The County Commission accepted the recommendation and adopted the logo on April 2, 1996. The new “People First” logo emphasizes people and place, creating a sense of community by highlighting heritage and environment and visually identifying with the Clark County Government Center, which opened June 3, 1995, through incorporating architectural design elements prevalent throughout the building.
Firefighters in Clark County's rural areas prepare for wildfires common to the region. Early preparation makes for a better response in the incident of a fire.
Gale Fraser, general manager for the Regional Flood Control District retires after more than two decades of service. Many leaders and citizens in the community paused to honor his work and his character.
Artists Justin Favela and Sean Slattery will welcome guests this evening at the Government Center Rotunda Gallery to talk about their exhibit currently on display. The free talk is open to the public and begins at 6:30 p.m. The exhibit connects the lives of Selena, Tupac and O.J Simpson.
Duration - 05:30
Local artists work takes shape along Maryland Parkway as part of the 7th series of ZAP Art.
The Giles Barcus House, originally built in Goldfield in 1924, is fully restored to when it was the antique Odd Shop near Hacienda Avenue. A great era to visit at the museum.
Government Surplus Auction self-help video in English.
Members of the Rogers Family, politicians, educators and businessmen came together recently to honor the late Jim Rogers by unveiling the Jim Rogers Way street sign now erected and bisecting UNLV and the Harry Reid Research & Technology Park.
Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Mary Beth Scow joined others to turn the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign blue at the beginning of March to bring awareness to Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
Road Kill Grill as seen on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is now open at the Clark County Shooting Complex in the northwest valley.
Seniors at the West Flamingo Senior Center are artistic as evidenced by their most current exhibit, a poetry wall outside the center. The wall is a paper mural of their thoughts and feelings in words. The center offers a variety of senior programs year-round.