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Dear Fellow Nevadan, COVID-19 has created an unprecedented crisis, affecting the global economy and our way of life. The pandemic has hit Nevada’s economy especially hard, threatening the livelihoods of Nevada’s hard-working families. My number one priority is keeping Nevadans safe and economically secure, as well as ensuring you and your loved ones have access to the most up-to-date and accurate...
LAS VEGAS, NEV. – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) will make the following closures at the “Centennial Bowl” interchange where U.S. Highway 95 meets the 215 Beltway in northwest Las Vegas. April 30—May 2 (Thursday Night—Saturday Morning) ·         The Ann Road onramp to northbound U.S. Highway 95 will be closed from 9 p.m., April 30, until 10 a.m., May 2, in...
U.S. Representative Susie Lee has released a “Coronavirus Crisis Constituent Resources Guide” which is available on her website www.susielee.house.gov and Face Book at www.facebook.com>RepSusieLee. Additional information  can be found at her Coronavirus (COVID-19) Services page at susielee.house.gov/coronavirus which provides an extensive list of contact information and links to a wide variety of local and Federal agencies. The “Coronavirus Crisis Constituent...
Representatives Susie Lee and Steven Horsford held a Community Conversation online, April 20, 2020.  The event covered a wide range of topics related to the COVID 19 crisis.  Speakers included the moderator Shandell Newsom, Chair of the Urban Chamber of Commerce, with special guests Sonny Vinuya, President of the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce, and Peter Guzman, President of...
WHAT:            Touro University Nevada, home to Nevada’s largest medical school and only school of osteopathic medicine, has received an additional 120,000 medical-grade and surgical masks from the Cyrus and Michael Tang Foundation, a private foundation dedicated to supporting education, healthcare, and community service. This brings the total donation of masks from the Foundation to 200,000 since the Foundation donated 80,000...
Dear Readers: Due to restrictions required to protect us all from COVID-19 virus the Veteran Reporter News has temporarily suspended our printed editions.  We did not print on April 1, April15, or May 1, 2020.  At this time we plan to begin printing again with the May 15th issue pending upcoming decisions on opening businesses and restrictions outlined by the...
Southern Nevada Health District, its state partners and the Centers for Disease Control is closely monitoring the outbreak of Coronavirus disease first identified in late 2019 in Wuhan China.There are no confirmed cases in Clark County or Nevada. The greater risk of infection is for people who have traveled to China and their close contacts. Now the CDC has stated the...
By: Su Phelps On December 14th, the Bridge at Paradise Valley Resident Ava Boegner celebrated her 102nd birthday *December 14th, 1917). She celebrated with fellow residents and staff with balloons, music, Christmas cheer, and her own birthday cake hat.
By: Keleen McCawley CWV Post 1947 & Auxiliaries Christmas Party was held in Ballroom A & D at the Suncoast Hotel & Casino on December 7th. Post Commander Dan Kamanano was the Master of Ceremonies during the event. The party began with the Pledge of Allegiance followed by the lighting of the candle at the POW/MIA Table. Introductions of special guests...
By: Megan Way | Photos by Lawrence Oravetz On December 17th, Humana Director of Sales & Marketing Dixon Heller, invited local seniors to a Christmas party at the VFW “Doc” Enos Post 983. He believes no senior should be left behind.
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