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Palo Verde eyes region title after unbeaten run in Mountain League  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Panthers completed their Mountain League schedule with a perfect record to secure the No. 1 seed in the region tournament, which begins Monday evening ...



Palo Verde student arrested for taking gun and ammunition to school  FOX5 Las Vegas

A teen was arrested after administrators found a gun and ammunition in his backpack Thursday morning.



Third-down conversions key Centennial in rout of Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The ninth-ranked Bulldogs turned a pair of third-down situations in to long touchdown passes in the first quarter and rolled to a 34-0 road win over No. 7 Palo ...



Palo Verde reopens wound to prepare for Centennial  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The seventh-ranked Panthers host No. 9 Centennial at 7 p.m. on Friday, and coach Joe Aznarez and his staff have made sure Palo Verde's players haven't ...



Inspired senior Farries Gardner leads Centennial over Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Centennial senior volleyball player Farries Gardner honored his role model, Malcolm X, by wearing socks embroidered with his portrait during his team's Sunset ...



Las Vegas school remembers teacher lost to 9/11 attacks  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas marks 17th anniversary of the terrorist attacks with memorial ceremony for foreign language teacher Barbara Edwards, ...



Las Vegas ceremonies will pay tribute to 9/11 victims  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Several ceremonies are scheduled for Tuesday morning in Las Vegas to honor victims of 9/11.



Nevada Preps high school girls volleyball preview  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at some of the top players and teams for the volleyball season.



Las Vegas high school teacher found calling as educator late in life  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Palo Verde High School social studies teacher worked in both the public and private sectors before heeding the call of the classroom. Yet it's there that his ...



Clark County school budget cuts won’t be applied equally  Las Vegas Review-Journal

As Clark County schools struggle to erase more than $60 million in red ink for the second year in a row, the burden is falling more heavily on the “haves” more ...



Las Vegas soccer player tries to move on after friend’s death  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Holly Lindholm is a senior at Palo Verde who on Wednesday joined others to honor her best friend, Brooke Hawley, who was killed in March in a fiery crash in ...



Las Vegas high school student indicted in rapes of classmates  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Palo Verde High School student was indicted Wednesday on sexual assault charges after authorities accused him of raping at least four teenage classmates ...



Nevada Preps Football Rankings — Week 10  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Here are the Nevada Preps football rankings for Week 10.



Las Vegas mother-daughter duo star in televised baking competition  FOX5 Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- It's almost time for a Las Vegas mother-daughter duo to make their debut on a popular baking show competition.



Las Vegas high school student arrested at home in rape case  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Palo Verde High School student facing sexual assault charges was arrested at home on Thursday before he went to school, his attorney said.



Raiders helping Las Vegas high schools kick off football season  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Raiders alumni and Raiderettes cheerleaders were part of a special kickoff event at Foothill High's game against the Palo Verde High Panthers in Henderson.



Palo Verde remembers teacher Barbara Edwards killed in 9/11 attacks  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Palo Verde High School students and staff joined together Friday morning to honor teacher Barbara Edwards, who was one of the thousands of Americans who ...



55 CCSD students to compete for scholarships worth $31M  FOX5 Las Vegas

Fifty-five students from Clark County School District were named National Merit Scholarship finalists, and will compete for scholarships worth more than $31 ...



Las Vegas students get lesson in pre-integrated military  Las Vegas Review-Journal

About 20 of the original airmen are still alive now, Porter told the students. Many of them are nearly 100 years in age. In 2006, under then-President George W.



Here are the Review-Journal’s Fall Preps Athletes of the Year  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at the Review-Journal's Athletes of the Year from the fall season.



Clark County School District’s graduation schedule for 2018  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has released its schedule of 2018 high school graduations. Graduations began on Wednesday and run through June 1.



Palo Verde grad Miller won swim bronze, gold in Rio Olympics  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas native and Palo Verde High School graduate Cody Miller won a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.



Highlights from Week 9 of high school football  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Here's a look at what happened during Week 9 of the high school football season.



Palo Verde High golf sensation Jack Trent chooses UNLV  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jack Trent, a junior at Palo Verde High School and the defending Division I state champion, has orally committed to play for UNLV.



Students intent on making a difference shine at Sun forum  Las Vegas Sun

Anaiya Parks, a 17-year-old junior at Legacy High School, was one of many students pre-registering to vote in the hallways of the Las Vegas Convention Center ...



Palo Verde wrestler celebrates school’s first title in four years  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Joshua Pine, a senior at Palo Verde High School, became the school's first state wrestling champion in four years at the Feb. 20 state tournament in Primm.



Scholarship fund will help children of those killed in Oct. 1 shooting  Las Vegas Sun

After losing their daughter in the Oct. 1 Strip shooting, Debbie and Chris Davis found themselves thrust into a virtual role they hadn't played in many years ...



Nevada students take on gun violence in talk with senator  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada students are continuing the fight against gun violence through continued talks with legislators and a focus on taking steps at the state level.



Simply Outstanding | News Center  UNLV NewsCenter

More than 2000 students will join the ranks of nearly 120000 UNLV alumni Dec. 18 as they cross the Thomas & Mack Center stage at the university's winter ...



UNLV group aims to serve Latino pre-med students  Las Vegas Sun

Kevin Ashi, 21, spent his childhood between his parents' countries and the United States. The UNLV student hopes to draw on his experiences in both rural ...



High school journalists recognized with Review-Journal awards  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The all-female staff of student journalists at Green Valley High School took home top honors Monday at the 42nd annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School ...



Veteran football coach Rost steps down after 19 seasons, and plenty of memories, at Palo Verde  Las Vegas Sun

Palo Verde High football coach Darwin Rost stepped down Thursday as one of Southern Nevada's most celebrated coaches, winning 154 games, one state ...



College student’s nonprofit helps homeless in Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sydney Grover pulled a blouse from a trash bag and laid it atop a growing pile of clothes in her Las Vegas garage. She described how a blog she started out of ...



Palo Verde High to start offering International Baccalaureate program  Las Vegas Sun

Last week the Geneva-based organization certified Palo Verde as a World School, which will allow it to start offering IB classes next school year ...



Here are the Review-Journal’s Spring Preps Athletes of the Year  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at the Review-Journal's Athletes of the Year from the spring season.



Las Vegas-area high school football players cause trouble in Utah  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Football players from four Las Vegas area high schools have landed in hot water in recent weeks after incidents involving firecrackers, smoke bombs and a drug ...



Man sentenced in shooting death of Palo Verde freshman  Las Vegas Sun

Ezekiel Williams was sentenced Wednesday to a minimum of eight years on one count of voluntary manslaughter with use of a deadly weapon and one count of ...



Clark County students taking part in gun violence walkout  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Students from at least 11 schools around the Las Vegas Valley have signed up to take part in a national walkout on Friday to protest gun violence and call for ...



What Allergens Lurk in Your Neighborhood? | News Center  UNLV NewsCenter

As the Las Vegas winter breaks and temperatures rise, local residents are treated to a cacophony of sniffles, sneezes, and coughs. It's allergy season! If you're ...



Parents of Las Vegas shooting victim establish scholarship fund  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Chris and Debbie Davis have launched the Children of the 58 scholarship in the memory of their 46-year-old daughter, Neysa Tonks, who was killed in the Oct. 1 ...



Celebrate the holidays in Las Vegas | 2018  KTNV Las Vegas

Roundup of holiday events in the Las Vegas valley for 2018.



Fund Our Future campaign highlights Nevada’s education woes  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Teachers, students and other members of the Fund Our Future Nevada campaign stressed the need for public awareness of the issues, noting that while recent ...



More than 40,000 turn out for Las Vegas 4th of July parade  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The air smelled of sunscreen early Wednesday as throngs of Las Vegans took over the streets of Summerlin to watch dancers, marching bands and Disney ...



Victims, lessons of 9/11 attacks remembered in Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ceremonies around the Las Vegas Valley Monday commemorated the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks in New York and Washington.



Arbor View girls soccer: A culture of champions  Las Vegas Review-Journal

It might not be to the national level of recognition that is Bishop Gorman football, but you don't have to glance much further down a list of the most successful ...



Keep the cheering going by supporting three teams still in action  Las Vegas Sun

When, how and why to attend Aces, Lights and 51s games.



Las Vegas Lights FC make 5 local players first roster signees  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The United Soccer League team signed local players Adolfo Guzman, Sebastian Hernandez, Marco César Jaime Jr., Julian Portugal and Matt Thomas at a ...



Seizing Opportunity | News Center  UNLV NewsCenter

As an American child growing up in a rural Mexican town, Kevin Ashi's experience with healthcare was simple: you only go to the doctor when you're really sick.



Summerlin 4th of July parade to feature new Golden Knights float  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Like most public events in the Las Vegas Valley these days, the Summerlin Patriotic Parade will have a Vegas Golden Knights connection this year. The 24th ...



Goodbye baseball, hello soccer: Cashman Field starts transition  News3LV

Professional soccer is finally here.The Las Vegas Lights Football Club (LV Lights FC) will call Cashman Field home.On Wednesday, the longtime home to the ...



After Bellagio fountains, Panic! At the Disco to play Las Vegas Strip  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The last time we saw Panic! At the Disco play the Strip, the band might as well have been covering the Beach Boys' “Surfin' USA.” The mini-concert was staged ...



Clark High School team wins Nevada Science Bowl  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County public school students swept the top spots at a regional science competition, and a team from Clark High School will represent the area at ...



The List: Architecture firms, June 11, 2018  Las Vegas Sun

Find out about architecture firms. This week, we rank them by number of professional staff.



Friday Football Roundup: Raindrops cool Palo Verde as Wildcats roll — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Momentum appeared to be turning Palo Verde's way Friday when the first raindrops began to fall. Lightning caused a 35-minute rain delay shortly thereafter, and ...



Palo Verde students mourn classmate struck by car  Las Vegas Sun

In the wake of Richard "Buddy" Hinshaw's death last week, friends and family are left mourning the loss of a 15-year-old boy described as someone who could ...



Former Palo Verde tennis standout offers lessons through academy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Joshua Levinson has had a tennis racket in his hand since he was a toddler. While his whole family played, he was the one who took it to the next level. By 13 ...



Be ready for pollen season  Las Vegas Sun

Officially known as seasonal allergic rhinitis (or, more casually, hay fever), pollen allergies strike in Las Vegas in the fall and spring. But there's no reason to ...



Shooting rattles affluent suburb  Las Vegas Sun

Internet comments following the Feb. 15 shooting death of a 15-year-old Palo Verde freshman reveal a social divide in glossy Summerlin, prompting two ...



Las Vegas-area students National Merit Scholarship semifinalists  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The National Merit Scholarship Program has named 62 Clark County School District students as semifinalists in the 2018 annual competition based on scores ...



Over 2,000 march in downtown Las Vegas for end to gun violence  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The backdrop of Las Vegas City Hall disappeared Saturday morning behind a wall of raised fists clenched in anger, optimism and solidarity.



Teen gets life sentence in shooting of high school freshman  Las Vegas Sun

Gerald Davison, 17, was sentenced today to life in prison in the shooting death of Christopher Privett, a high school freshman who was killed last year in a ...



8 CCSD campuses make America's Best High Schools list  Las Vegas Sun

Thirteen Nevada high schools — including eight in Clark County — were named among the best high schools in the nation, according to Newsweek and the ...



Coronado High School Graduation | Calendar  UNLV NewsCenter

Clark County School District high school graduations scheduled for the Thomas & Mack Center. June 8 Green Valley High School - 3-5 p.m. Adult Education and ...



I-11 offers visual treat for Southern Nevada motorists  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Motorists will be able to cruise through the intersection of art and architecture when Interstate 11 opens to the public Thursday.



Las Vegas’ Brandon Kintzler secures All-Star bid as Twins closer  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Rick Kintzler was installing a security system at his son Brandon's Las Vegas home Friday morning when the call came. Brandon Kintzler — Minnesota Twins ...



Spring Valley’s newspaper takes top honors in student journalism competition  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Spring Valley High School's newspaper took top honors at the 40th annual Clark County student journalism awards Friday at the Suncoast. During its first year in ...



New Face: Amy Tongsiri | News Center  UNLV NewsCenter

Las Vegas native and UNLV alumna Amy Tongsiri, '08 DMD, enjoys her new instructor role at the School of Dental Medicine, and appreciates how much she ...



Canyon Springs senior takes quickly to lacrosse, earns scholarship  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gregory Awa-Moppert, 17, of North Las Vegas didn't pick up a lacrosse stick until January. After just four months, the Canyon Springs High School student was ...



Panic! comes home to play House of Blues  Las Vegas Sun

Las Vegas natives Panic! at the Disco will return to their hometown tonight with a new sound and a new album to showcase for fans at the House of Blues in their ...



'When she wants to, she dominates:' Las Vegas soccer player is one of the nation's top prospects  Las Vegas Sun

When Arlie Jones arrives at the Palo Verde High School soccer fields every morning, the sun hasn't yet come up. Her trainer, Leo Gray, shines Jones' cellphone ...



Las Vegas lemonade event targets childhood cancer research  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas woman and her niece will host the fifth annual Alex's Lemonade Stand to raise money for childhood cancer research.



Gay entrepreneur found the road to success full of slurs  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Johnny Skandros, one of the founders of the SCRUFF dating app for gay men that now has 10 million users worldwide, stands in the massive great room of his ...



Summerlin 15-year-old donates profits from his baseball camp  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When Tyler Kim decided to offer his own baseball camp, he knew he wanted to donate the profits to Little League.



UNR commit Toomer ready to prove worth  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Many prep football players try to impress recruiters and earn a scholarship offer during their senior year. Palo Verde's Kameron Toomer had a different ...



Rich Abajian’s legacy stretches to high school freshmen  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The pilot program is a partnership between Findlay Toyota and the leadership firm Xs & Os of Success, one that has identified 50 freshmen at Palo Verde High ...



Las Vegas swimmer Cody Miller overcomes obstacles on road to Olympics  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas swimmer Cody Miller's journey to the Olympics was not always across smooth waters. At about age 14, he was diagnosed with a rib deformity that ...



Las Vegas’ Cody Miller basks in breaststroke medal, likely not done yet  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Before racing in the Olympic 100-meter breaststroke finals in Rio, Las Vegas native Cody Miller shook all of his competitors' hands. The Palo Verde High School ...



Winners crowned as Sun Standout Awards cap banner year in high school sports  Las Vegas Sun

High school sports keep getting better in Southern Nevada, an improvement that was made readily apparent at the 2017 Sun Standout Awards Wednesday night ...



Re-Rank: Top 20 Girls NCAA Swimming Recruits, Class of 2018  SwimSwam

One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer's senior season as they ...



Expelled, but not out  Las Vegas Sun

For the past few weeks, Clark County principals have been recommending up to 100 students for expulsion each day, putting extra strain on a disciplinary ...



Las Vegas residents see wrestling as way of life  Las Vegas Review-Journal

At 116 pounds, 35-year-old northwest Las Vegas resident Meghann Marchello recently made history after taking home a gold medal at the 2015 Veterans World ...



Budget cuts force schools to drop block scheduling  Las Vegas Sun

All but a few schools in the Clark County School District will give up the eight-period schedule that has allowed students to accumulate more credits in a shorter ...



Criminal record for Strip shooting suspect includes prostitution-related charges  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas man arrested in connection with the Friday shooting near the Strip that left two women dead previously faced charges of pandering, battery and ...



Legislator wants Bishop Gorman banned from football playoffs  Las Vegas Sun

Assemblyman Harvey Munford, D-Las Vegas, has proposed a bill-draft for the 2015 Legislature that would ban the Bishop Gorman football program for the ...



Las Vegas’ Cody Miller wins Olympic gold on relay team  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas resident and Palo Verde High School product won gold swimming the breaststroke leg of the United States'4x100 medley relay, in what might ...



Sun standout awards: Celebrating Nevada high school sports  Las Vegas Sun

For the second consecutive year, the Sun Standout Awards honored the best and brightest high school athletes, teams, coaches and administrators in the Las ...



Hidden figure: UNLV student helps NASA delve into survival on other planets -  Las Vegas Sun

Amber Turner tried to balance working and going to school full time, but when she passed out in her economics class from exhaustion, she knew it wasn't ...



Coroner IDs teen shot to death at Las Vegas apartment complex  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The teenager shot and killed at an apartment complex near the North Las Vegas Airport on Monday has been identified by the Clark County coroner.



Stewart school’s intimate graduation celebrates students’ strengths  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Wednesday night's ceremony at Helen J. Stewart School marked the first graduation for the Clark County School District this year. The intimate ceremony ...



'Chaos time': Reports on the ground suggest confusion at Nevada caucuses  Business Insider

Reports from the ground suggest that there's a lot of confusion at certain caucus sites. Turnout seems higher than expected, and some sites appear unprepared.



Fox’s ‘Grease: Live’ gives Vegas native McLemore something to cheer about  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Be careful what you wish for. Elle McLemore tried out for the Palo Verde cheerleading squad several times. She wanted it so badly that, after being denied an ...



Favorite Sons & Daughters June 4-10  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Juliana and Lindsey Remark, 18, have received the Barbara Malloy Memorial Leadership *Service* Award from Soroptimist International of Greater Las Vegas.



Report says Las Vegas woman hid gun in car before shooting boyfriend  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The woman arrested Monday in connection with the death of her boyfriend hid a handgun under a car seat before he was shot, according to her arrest report.



Golden Knights are looking for a standout fan experience at T-Mobile  Las Vegas Sun

Goal sirens, Panic! at the Disco, an illuminated drumline and the Gila monster, Chance. It's all part of the in-game entertainment for the Golden Knights at ...



Marine camp teaches youth discipline, character  Las Vegas Sun

On top of Old Smokey, 16-year-old Christian Emery found his character.



Chaparral’s Richard Nelson wins RJ’s Courage Award  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Chaparral senior football player Richard Nelson was honored with the Courage Award at Saturday's Best of Nevada Preps awards banquet at Red Rock Resort.



Flash-flood watch for Las Vegas Valley  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The National Weather *Service* has issued a flash-flood warning for the Las Vegas Valley because of extensive thunderstorms in the forecast for the next few ...



Detachment from Nevada Army National Guard returns from Afghanistan  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A detachment from the Nevada Army National Guard's most-deployed unit, the 72nd Military Police Company, has returned, this time from Afghanistan, where it ...



Roundup: Eagles tennis teams upset Foothill  Bouldercityreview

Both Boulder City High School tennis programs picked up a big victory against 4A Foothill on the road Tuesday, giving them confidence heading into league ...



Southern Nevada athletes make colleges choices official  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Abbey Archambault will try to help Bishop Gorman's girls volleyball team win its first Class 4A state title this weekend. But before Archambault heads north, she ...



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