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Saturday, August 29, 2015
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Commissioner Lawrence Weekly and students from the County's Summer Business Institute jobs programs talk about the success of this year's program and how it has evolved in the more than 14 years since it started.
The Southern Nevada Boston Terrier Rescue group started in 2001 talks about the hundreds of Bostons saved over the years. Their focus is on rescuing, rehabilitating and “re-homing” Bostons in need. They take in Bostons from shelters and from families who are no longer able to care for their dogs.
Dog Daze of Summer is back to close out the 2015 swim season. Sept. 19, bring your pooch to take a dive in Desert Breeze pool. Vendors, adoptions, rescues, photos, games, veterinarians and more are planned for the morning event from 8 to 11 a.m.
Food just like it was more than 65 years ago is on display at the Clark County Museum. Guests will find the "era food" one of the most unique sights you can see when you visit the museum.
Commissioner Tom Collins talks about District B, bring Aliante Casino center stage. He also discusses progress on the I-215 Beltway and what decisions made during the recent 2015 legislative session means to residents.
Blue Tree Trail System at Spring Mountain National Recreation Area earns national award thanks to work done by youth at the County's Spring Mountain Youth Camp.
The Animal Foundation promises to be a no-kill agency by 2020. Executive Director Christine Robinson talks about the facility's relationship with Clark County, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City and how that led to accepting for shelter 34,000 animals in 2014. She also expounds on plans for making the shelter better, by encouraging more adoptions and foster care relationships for animals awaiting placement. For more information about adopting or fostering a pet, visit The Animal Foundation website at animalfoundation.com or call (702) 384-3333.
On this episode of “Something New, Something Old”, Clark County Museum Administrator Mark Hall-Patton tells us more about the Clark County Candlelight Wedding Chapel and its history. From its original construction in 1966 to hosting various weddings in Clark County – the Candlelight Wedding Chapel stands as a preservation site of the history of marriage in the County. Celebrities wed at the chapel include Clayton Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, Barry White, and Michael Caine. First erected on the Las Vegas Strip, the chapel was moved in 2007, and was re-opened in 2009 at the Clark County Museum site.
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Check out Clark County's new Poet Laureate, Bruce Isaacson, as he introduces Clark County Poet Laureate Alternative, Jessica “Jess Flo” Washington.
The Clark County Shooting Complex has new programs kicking off this week. Don't miss the Summer Trap League starting July 8 and the Archery Basics Class beginning July 9; plus John Mull’s Road Kill Grill is open daily until 8 p.m.
The Ghost Town at the Clark County Museum is a treasure within a treasure. The collection of old structures comes from a variety of cities across the state and makes up the Ghost Town that once served as an attraction on the Las Vegas Strip.
Clark County Parks & Recreation introduces the Soda Free Summer Challenge to encourage citizens to drink fewer beverages with added sugar. Fitness expert Aurora Buffington talks about the benefits of eating healthy and exercising.
Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Mary Beth Scow joined hundreds of steel workers in autographing the last steel beam locked in place on the Las Vegas Arena. The multiuse entertainment and sports venue is under construction on the Las Vegas Strip.
Commissioner Steve Sisolak sits down for a new edition of In Your Neighborhood to talk about the Las Vegas Arena, professional hockey on the horizon, jobs and the economic future of Clark County.
The ABC&Ds of water safety are important for a safe summer. Adult Supervision, Barriers, Classes & Devices. Clark County Parks & Recreation offers classes at various facilities where the entire family can be safe, learn and have fun.
The Clark County Museum is a wonderful destination for an amazing history lesson about the Clark County of yesterday. Sitting on more than 30 acres, the museum offers something for everyone to see and learn.
The Clark County Government Center turns 20 years old on June 3, 2015. Former County Commissioners and other individuals talk about the history of the building, the design and how it ties into the beauty of the surrounding Mojave Desert.
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.