Latest Clark County Stories
Heather Curry, a co-owner of Better Grades In-Home Tutoring, provides math tutoring help at a private home. Business name: Better Grades In-Home Tutoring, Vancouver. Owners: Craig and Heather Curry, Washington state certified teachers.
By James Haug By JAMES HAUG REVIEW-JOURNAL Like Clark County, school districts across the country are strapped for cash and improvising ways to save money.
By MICHAEL ANDERSEN Eighty-six years of pounding from Army rifle ammo, howitzer shells and other explosives, and it turns out that the dirtiest thing that ever happened at Camp Bonneville had a unique Clark County flavor. Fireworks.
By CAMI JONER Clark County's foreclosure rate was down in August from the prior month, but still well above the August 2007 level. A total of 292 foreclosures were filed in the county last month, down from 315 in July, according to RealtyTrac, a California real estate data firm.
By ERIK ROBINSON An ecologically rich chunk of northwest Clark County would be permanently conserved under a land swap being considered by the county, the state Department of Natural Resources and a local family.
By Keith Rogers By KEITH ROGERS REVIEW-JOURNAL More Nevadans said a presidential candidate's stance on disposing of nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain would have no impact on their vote than said that it would have a major influence. In a poll of 400 likely Nevada voters Aug.
By MICHAEL ANDERSEN If anyone has ideas on how to rescue plans for a veterans cemetery at Camp Bonneville, Clark County is open to suggestions. The U.S.
By Spillman, Benjamin Clark County commissioners awarded Perini Building Co. a $1.2 billion contract to build a new terminal at McCarran International Airport.
By MICHAEL ANDERSEN A county task force recommended allowing more business variety and smaller lots near rural centers like Dollars Corner.
By Matt Wastradowski, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Aug. 2--Fair offers something for just about everyone Clark County's biggest party returns with 10 days of carnival rides, livestock, food, games, extreme action events and concerts. When: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and Aug.
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