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UNLV linebacker Farrell Hester II wants stolen truck found  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A 2001 GMC Sierra white pick-up truck belonging to the parents of UNLV linebacker Farrell Hester II was stolen Sunday. The truck was used to carry church ...



Helen Fram  Roswell Daily Record

HELEN FRAM, 89, passed away on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, in Roswell, New Mexico. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with ...



Las Vegas student filmed singing lyrics with racial slurs  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Palo Verde High School student filmed singing song lyrics with racial slurs and the phrase “they can burn in hell” is the second racist incident to go public in ...



Threat against Las Vegas high school increases police presence  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District police are investigating a threat made against Chapparal High School on Sunday night.



15-year-old driver shot in head in New Mexico road rage incident  Atlanta Journal Constitution

A road rage incident between a New Mexico man and a car full of teenage boys ended last month with a 15-year-old driver shot in the head and the other driver ...



Pepper spray used after food fight at Las Vegas high school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

School police used pepper spray to break up a food fight that turned physical at a northeast Las Vegas Valley high school Thursday afternoon.



Las Vegas high school coach not registered with club team  KRQE News 13

New details have emerged about the Robertson High School Wrestling coach accused of running over a junior wrestling coach.



Strike threat reprised as Clark County schools await budget figures  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The threat of a teacher strike next year in the Clark County School District continued to loom large on Friday as officials awaited final budget numbers from the ...



Lights FC stuns New Mexico United, stays unbeaten at home  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Lights FC bolted to a three-goal lead and buried New Mexico United 5-1 in a United Soccer League match Saturday before an announced crowd of 7882 at ...



Principal injured, 5 students cited in North Las Vegas school fight  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Five students were cited on Friday after a fight at Desert Rose High School that injured the principal, according to school police.



Las Vegas high school coach accused of hitting wrestling coach with vehicle  KRQE News 13

A high school wrestling coach is behind bars after hitting another coach with his car.



Attendance sagged in Clark County schools on snow day makeup  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Attendance in the Clark County School District dropped on Monday — the designated make-up day for the Feb. 22 snow day— compared with the comparable ...



Robertson takes out bitter rival West Las Vegas  Santa Fe New Mexican

RIO RANCHO — Whether or not the Las Vegas Robertson girls basketball team does as expected and completes a run to the Class 3A state title later this week, ...



2 state Board of Education appointments await Nevada’s governor  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gov. Steve Sisolak will have to appoint two members to the State Board of Education following the term expiration of its chairwoman and the resignation of ...



Cardinals are ‘going up tempo’  Albuquerque Journal

Even though the move was just 1.2 miles from West Las Vegas High School to Robertson, ...



Budget cuts curb safety at Clark County schools, leader says  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District cannot pay for school safety improvements from its already strained capital budget, Superintendent Jesus Jara told the School ...



West Las Vegas High School athlete, coach Salomon Esquibel dies, age 68  Albuquerque Journal

SANTA FE, N.M. — When it came to sports, Salomon Esquibel was a don among the West Las Vegas High School Dons. He starred on the gridiron, led his ...



Many education advocates irked by Nevada Legislature’s moves  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Good, but not good enough. That's how many advocates of more funding for education view this year's session of the Nevada Legislature. While lawmakers ...



Students learn lessons at UNLV’s African American Scholars Day  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Juniors from Las Vegas Valley high schools attended UNLV African American Scholars Day to learn more about the opportunities and resources available for ...



Gov. Sisolak again donates paycheck to high-poverty Nevada schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gov. Steve Sisolak is donating his second-quarter salary to Nevada's public schools, the second time this year he has signed over his paycheck to help the ...



Clark County students who refuse searches face discipline  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Students who refuse to submit to a random search for weapons will face disciplinary action and may be removed from school property, the Clark County School ...



Clark County school trustees OK 5-year strategic plan  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board approved a rigorous strategic plan on Thursday that includes data-driven goals aimed at improving the massive district.



3 Nevada students named 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Three Nevada students were named U.S. Presidential Scholars this year based on their academic success, community *service* and leadership skills.



CCSD superintendent highlights district’s struggles in address  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The new leader of the Clark County School District isn't resting on his laurels, highlighting a range of issues in his first State of the Schools address that the ...



Lawsuit alleges Elko school district concealed sexual abuse  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Attorneys for two former students are suing the Elko County School District, alleging the district knew about a teacher's sexual abuse of minors and could have ...



Gov. Sisolak names 2 new members to state Board of Education  Las Vegas Review-Journal

National certified school psychologist Katie Dockweiler is interviewed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal in a Town Square conference center in Las Vegas, ...



Hypodermic needles litter Little League park in New Mexico  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A New Mexico Little League park is fighting a battle against discarded syringes with attached hypodermic needles amid the region's outgoing opioid epidemic.



Sports Week in Review: A look back at the top sports stories in northern New Mexico  Albuquerque Journal

When is home not home? When it involves the New Mexico Highlands University women's soccer team. For the second year in three, the Cowgirls will be forced ...



Panel selects 6 to interview for Nevada’s top education post  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The state Board of Education will interview six finalists — most of whom have had experience in Nevada — for the vacant position of state superintendent of ...



Sisolak talks education funding with Nevada superintendents  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Amid rising public frustration over education funding in Nevada, Gov. Steve Sisolak met with the state's school superintendents Wednesday to discuss financing.



3 dead in New Mexico high school shooting  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A shooting at a high school in a small New Mexico town left two students and the suspect dead, authorities said Thursday as schools throughout the area ...



New Mexico State recruit Shania Harper raises game for Sierra Vista  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Shania Harper fell just shy of a double-double average last season, logging 9.6 points and 11.3 rebounds per game for Sierra Vista. But a breakout summer ...



New Mexico State whips Grand Canyon in WAC Tournament final  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Trevelin Queen scored a season-high 27 points off the bench to help New Mexico State to an 89-57 win over Grand Canyon on Saturday in the Western Athletic ...



Intimate 'Independent Lens' film documents problems with rural health care  Current

The Providers” examines the challenges of delivering care to patients in northern New Mexico.



Nevada History Day teaching material stirs controversy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A statewide program went dark after a parent complained about a handout on writing a good thesis used this example: “Even though Thomas Jefferson had ...



Chancellor of Nevada college system to leave post in 2020  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Thom Reilly will not seek an extension after his three-year term ends in 2020, an aide announced Wednesday.



Minor injury reported after Clark County school bus-truck crash  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District bus with 18 students on board was involved in a crash Tuesday morning.



Leader of conservative UNLV group removed over ‘white power’ video  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A UNLV undergraduate who led the local chapter of a conservative student group has been kicked out of the organization after a video in which he said “white ...



Policy would replace remedial classes at Nevada colleges  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A proposed policy from the Nevada System of Higher Education could remove remedial math and English classes from colleges and universities.



Tesla to provide $250K in grants for Nevada middle schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Tesla will provide $250,000 in grant funding to support science programs at up to 20 Nevada middle schools, the state Department of Education announced on ...



Hundreds rally for school choice outside Nevada Capitol  Las Vegas Review-Journal

CARSON CITY — Hundreds of people marched and rallied in Nevada's capital Tuesday to kick off a week promoting school choice. The groups of students, ...



How do N.M. schools ensure coaches don't cross line with their students?  taosnews

The recent arrests of New Mexico high school coaches on sex charges involving underage female students don't shock Richard Tripp.



Las Vegas Lights FC best friends Parra, Villarreal reconnect  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When Lights FC forward Irvin Raul Parra scored his game-winning goal against Rio Grande Valley FC late last month, he got a little help from a friend. The assist ...



UNLV renames public health school after accreditation  Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV announced Monday it has renamed its School of Community Health Sciences as the School of Public Health.



Charter authority sends director recommendations to Gov. Sisolak  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The current leader of the Achievement School District charter school initiative could take the helm of the State Public Charter School Authority if Gov.



Clark County school trustees OK $1.2M settlement for 3 families  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board approved a $1.2 million settlement for three families from a lawsuit over a special education teacher accused of battering ...



UNLV first in two categories at national marketing competition  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After 15 years of intense competition and finishing as the runner-up twice, UNLV's American Marketing Association team won first place — and $3,000 — in the ...



$60M impact of tax breaks on Nevada schools stirs debate  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The year before Clark County schools faced the first of two successive multimillion-dollar deficits, the Clark County School District missed out on $11.6 million in ...



UNLV plays at Fresno State in Mountain West basketball opener  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Mountain West released the 2019-20 men's basketball conference schedule Thursday. No game times were announced, and dates are subject to change ...



Kevin Child’s lawsuit against CCSD dismissed  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former Clark County School Board Trustee Kevin Child's lawsuit against the school district was dismissed last week on the grounds that he did not provide ...



Kevin Child leaving School Board seat but lawsuit lingers  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Though his tempestuous time on the School Board ends Monday, Kevin Child will continue to do battle with the Clark County School District through his ongoing ...



Accreditation expires for 2 UNLV master’s programs  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Two UNLV master's programs have lost their accreditation. The university and its College of Education were notified in February that the Council for ...



Revamped Clark County School Board aims to row in same direction  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Legislative priorities are set. Contracts are settled. And hope is in the air. That's the situation the Clark County School Board finds itself in as it prepares for a ...



Desert Oasis baseball quintet signs with Division I schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Desert Oasis senior D.J. Jefferson brandished a cardinal Southern California hat embroidered with the school's classic logo after signing his national letter of ...



40 Nevada schools receive funding to keep gardens growing  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The schools in Churchill, Clark, Douglas and Lyon counties will each receive up to $5000 for this school year, the state Department of Agriculture announced ...



Ex-UNLV assistant Lew Hill puts Texas school on WAC map  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After going 10-22 in his first season and 15-18 in his second, Lew Hill guided the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley to 19 wins in 2018-19.



Clark County joins Nevada school districts in push for funding  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District joined four other Nevada school districts Thursday in a fight for more education funding in the Silver State.



Head of Nevada Department of Education announces resignation  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The head of Nevada's Department of Education announced his resignation Friday, shortly before the start of a legislative session slated to consider more than 80 ...



Fatal shooting, gun seizures lead to Clark County schools safety group  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District will create a school safety advisory committee to address issues raised by the fatal shooting of a student and an alarming ...



Pepper spray stops fight between students in Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Three students were arrested Friday after police used pepper spray to stop a fight that broke out as the school day was ending at a Las Vegas high school.



Art exhibitions on display this week in Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Anne Gravett. Ceramic berry bowls, cat mugs and garden art and weaving creations — rugs, scarves, shawls — are on display in Anne Gravett's exhibit “Fire ...



More than 3,000 graduate at UNLV ceremony in Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

More than 3000 graduate and undergraduate students from UNLV, including a Route 91 shooting survivor, received degrees Saturday at the Thomas & Mack ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Many Republicans show hypocrisy, incompetence on Equal Rights Amendment  Las Vegas Review-Journal

If you want half the Republicans in Carson City to support a terrible bill, just give it an attractive name. That's what happened when the so-called Equal Rights ...



Rain possible in the Las Vegas Valley over next 2 days  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas Valley may see more rain before an expected clearing, according to the National Weather *Service*.



Amid math, English gains, Nevada students backslide on science tests  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada students might be doing better in English and math, but many find science perplexing. New data released Thursday by the Nevada Department of ...



5 omelets to fuel your day  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Pancho's Omeleta Cancun heads to the seaside with a filling of sauteed shrimp, crab meat, marinated onions, tomatoes and bell peppers, plus relleno sauce, ...



UNLV’s T.J. Otzelberger uses caravan to connect with community  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Rebels' first-year basketball coach hasn't won any games yet at the school, but he's winning over fans of all ages by promoting the team across the Las ...



Nevada schools see progress on AP scores, but hurdles remain  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The number of public school students who took an AP exam last year increased by 3 percent, and the challenging courses are seeing broader participation.



Las Vegas Valley to get strong winds, cooler temps  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Strong winds and a steep drop in temperatures are in store for the Las Vegas Valley the rest of the week, the National Weather *Service* said.



Classes to resume at Green Valley High after water line break  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Classes at Green Valley High School will resume Tuesday after a water line break prompted cancellations Monday.



Mayor of Las Vegas, N.M., finds herself in fight for political life  Santa Fe New Mexican

Las Vegas has a reputation for political wheeling and dealing. But it's hard to remember any mayor facing so much controversy so soon and from so many.



Nevada sues to stop plutonium transfer to site near Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

WASHINGTON — Nevada has filed a federal lawsuit seeking a halt a court-ordered shipment of military-grade plutonium from South Carolina to a temporary ...



Snowmelt fills rivers in US Southwest, easing drought fears  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A welcome surge of melting snow is pouring out of the Rocky Mountains and into the drought-stricken rivers of the southwestern U.S., fending off a water ...



Test results show Nevada students improving in English, math  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada's students are getting more proficient in English and math in statewide exams, preliminary testing data released Tuesday show, but the state is falling ...



Holocaust survivors get honorary degrees at Henderson ceremony  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Eighteen Holocaust survivors received honorary doctorates of humane letters during Touro University Nevada's Spring Commencement 2019 ceremony on ...



CCSD trustees OK $250k settlement in employee lawsuit  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board approved a $250000 settlement Thursday night to end a lawsuit over hidden cameras and discrimination, roughly two years ...



Map shows Arizona free of short-term drought  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nationwide, about 4% of the U.S. is in moderate to extreme drought, one of the smallest footprints since the drought monitor was created 20 years ago.



Rookies Matisse Thybulle, Jordan Caroline adjusting to pro game  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former Washington standout and Philadelphia 76ers rookie Matisse Thybulle described his new team's culture Friday afternoon after its Vegas Summer League ...



Nevada State College scholarship deadline is in January  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Incoming Nevada State College students can earn up to $2000 off their tuition and fees based on their previous grade-point averages.



Ely to begin trapping, neutering and releasing feral cats  Las Vegas Review-Journal

ELY — The City Council has approved an ordinance that allows the city to trap, neuter and release free-roaming cats in this rural eastern Nevada town near the ...



CCSD police officer injured in golf cart fall at fundraiser  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District police officer suffered a head injury last week after falling off a golf cart at a tournament to raise money to assist officers injured in ...



UNLV roundup: Bressler strikes out 11 in softball victory  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Freshman Jenny Bressler struck out 11 in seven innings, and Samantha Diaz hit a go-ahead RBI single in the sixth, leading host UNLV past New Mexico 2-1 in a ...



Clark County students invited to enter Native Son Spelling Bee  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Native Son Spelling Bee, now in its fifth year, offers $1000 grand prizes to the winners in each grade in honor of the late Clark County educator and ...



Enrollment opens at College of Southern Nevada  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Enrollment at CSN is now open, and officials are encouraging students to beat the rush and sign up for classes sooner rather than later.



History-making Las Vegas Bowl kicker struggling after health scare  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Katie Hnida, who made history when she played in the Las Vegas Bowl, is facing a mountain of medical bills after surviving a life-threatening reaction to ...



UNLV hosts first Make-A-Thon  Las Vegas Review-Journal

At UNLV's first Las Vegas Make-A-Thon, 68 students worked in teams to shape business plans, develop programming and buid prototypes ranging from a ...



Brent Musburger brought ‘March Madness’ to mainstream  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Before Brent Musburger became synonymous with his iconic catchphrase, “You are looking live,” he helped make the NCAA Tournament synonymous with ...



No rain expected Saturday but could return early next week  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The small amounts of rain seen in the Las Vegas Valley on Friday could return early next week, according to the National Weather *Service*.



Nevada lawmakers frustated by lack of answers on plutonium  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Federal officials held a classified background briefing Thursday on the secret plutonium transfer to Nevada — a closed-door meeting with the state's ...



Southern Nevada juniors eye Drive, Chip and Putt titles at Masters  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Accomplished Southern Nevada junior golfers Milan Norton and Yana Wilson are trying to match the Drive, Chip and Putt national championships of fellow local ...



Mint 400 welcomes bike racing outside Las Vegas— VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Motorcycle racers competed in the Mint 400 on Saturday near Primm Valley Resort, about 45 miles outside Las Vegas. Bikes have not been allowed at the Mint ...



Time for conference to give Highlands the boot  Santa Fe New Mexican

For a conference with a history that dates back more than a century, it's time for the RMAC to consider cutting ties with the one member that has proven it.



Nevada high court nixes Teamster representation of CCSD staff  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Nevada Supreme Court delivered a win to the Education Support Employees Association on Thursday, ruling that the Teamsters union cannot be ...



‘Rebels in Ruins’ series examines fall of UNLV athletics  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In a five-part series titled “Rebels in Ruins,” which begins Monday, Review-Journal sports writers Ed Graney, Ron Kantowski and Mark Anderson will analyze ...



NCAA betting blog: Underdogs having their day  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal sports betting columnist Todd Dewey will be writing a live blog Thursday on the first day of the NCAA Tournament from the Westgate ...



UNLV opens Mountain West baseball tournament with 9-3 win  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Dillon Johnson hit a grand slam that keyed a five-run second inning and helped the No. 3-seeded Rebels past No. 2 San Diego State on Thursday at Peccole ...



Couple had to prove New Mexico was a state while applying for marriage license  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A District of Columbia clerk and a supervisor refused to accept a New Mexico man's state driver's license as he sought a marriage license because she and her ...



West Las Vegas ready to make some noise  Santa Fe New Mexican

Robertson has long been the premier team in the city and one of the best in Class 4A. Gonzales believes West Las Vegas can become a contender as well.



NCAA Tournament ‘Christmas all over again’ for bettors  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The spread of legal sports betting this year didn't stop capacity crowds from packing Las Vegas sportsbooks Thursday for the first round of the NCAA ...



Woman arrested after pulling gun to break up fight at Las Vegas school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The students were fighting around 2:15 p.m. Friday on a street adjacent to Chaparral High School when family members of one of the students arrived on scene ...



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