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Triggs Elementary students, from the left, Anna Jung, fifth grade, 10, Kaylee Wood, fourth grade, 8, and Nicolas Leiva, fifth grade, greet dignitaries for a tour of their Las school Vegas on Thursday, September 12, 2019. (KM Cannon / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @ KMCannonPhoto There is a method I try to follow when I visit …

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Triggs Elementary students, from the left, Anna Jung, fifth grade, 10, Kaylee Wood, fourth grade, 8, and Nicolas Leiva, fifth grade, greet dignitaries for a tour of their Las school Vegas on Thursday, September 12, 2019. (KM Cannon / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @ KMCannonPhoto There is a method I try to follow when I visit …

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Recurring Clark County School Board feud fuels image of dysfunction

Dr. Linda Young, a trustee of the Clark County School District, is recognized during a graduation for the Juvenile Offender Program and Adult High School at the High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_VerduzcoA bureaucratic fight is again dividing the Clark County School …

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Freeway Service Patrol work on Las Vegas roads heats up

A member of Freeway Service Patrol helps a motorist in need on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. (Mick Akers / Las Vegas Review-Journal) Although it remains busy throughout the year, Freeway Service Patrol’s work warms up along with temperatures three-digit summer From June 3 to July 28, the service patrol responded to 449 overheating calls, reaching …

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CCSD teachers get creative to obtain needed classroom supplies

Sixth grade teacher Carie Goldberg talks about the lack of school supplies and funds to buy them at Mack High School in Las Vegas on Wednesday, August 7, 2019. (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @ Erik_Verduzco Math teacher 8th grade Alexandra Kenney takes a tour of her Harry Potter themed classroom at Mack High …

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Project Neon ends but more road projects coming to Las Vegas

Kristina Swallow, director of the Nevada Department of Transportation, addresses guests in front of the rebuilt Charleston Interchange at a party to celebrate the end of the Neon Project in Las Vegas on Thursday, August 8, 2019. (Rachel Aston / Las Vegas Review -Journal) @rookie__raeProject Neon improved Charleston Boulevard, improving the intersection on Industrial Road …

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RTC fights ‘Uber effect’ as bus revenue drops on Las Vegas Strip

Passengers board an RTC bus north of the MGM Grand on the Strip on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 in Las Vegas. (L.E. Baskow / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Left_Eye_Images The way residents and visitors move could suffer growing pains as the Las Vegas Valley continues to grow. The main public transportation option in the area has …

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Lincoln County, wary of traffic jams, prepares for ‘Storm Area 51’

A sign welcomes visitors when they enter the city of Rachel, which will be a meeting place for the next Storm Area 51 in September. (L.E. Baskow / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @ Left_Eye_ImagesPreparation for the unknown. That game plan sounds good for a lot of people scheduled for “Storm Area 51” in the hopes of …

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Recurring Clark County School Board feud fuels image of dysfunction

Dr. Linda Young, a trustee of the Clark County School District, is recognized during a graduation for the Juvenile Offender Program and Adult High School at the High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_VerduzcoA bureaucratic fight is again dividing the Clark County School …

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