Governor Giuseppe Lumbago: Pie in Heaven

“I think I just saw a one-termer, so keep your powder dry” – Paul Laxalt That’s what former Nevada governor and then-US Senator Ronald Reagan advised after President Jimmy Carter’s first State of the Union address in 1977. Newbie Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo’s speech Monday night showed signs of an immediate repeat. The precedent is … Read more

Cleveland Clinic Appoints Dennis L. Laraway as Chief Financial Officer – Cleveland Clinic Newsroom

Dennis Laway The Cleveland Clinic has announced that Dennis L. Laraway will join the healthcare system as Chief Financial Officer on March 13, 2023. Since 2017, Laraway has served as executive vice president and chief financial officer at Banner Health, a $12 billion healthcare system based in Phoenix. Banner Health is one of the nation’s … Read more

dr DeRionne Pollard – Black History Month honoree

dr DeRionne Pollard, President of Nevada State College, is the first permanent Black woman president of the institution and of each institution within the Nevada System of Higher Education. Juanita Fain, Ph.D. -Special connection to President Keith E. Whitfield PH.D. UNLV (00:01) dr Pollard’s greatest quality is her authenticity. She’s just a very genuine person … Read more

Happy 55th Birthday, Pioneer Center!

This opinion column was submitted by Dennyse Sewell, executive director of the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts. If you’ve lived here for a while, you’ve probably noticed the gleaming golden dome in the heart of downtown. You may have attended events inside or even performed on the main stage yourself. The Pioneer Center for … Read more

Northern Nevada football teams find success in ODP West Region Tournament | News from Carson City, Nevada

In just their fourth year of operating as a separate entity from Las Vegas, the Northern Nevada Olympic Development Teams enjoyed their biggest success to date earlier this month at the ODP West Region Championships in Mesa, Arizona. After posting a combined record of 6-29-1 (.181 win percentage) in 2022, the ten teams in the … Read more

February is American Heart Month – Southern Nevada Health District

LAS VEGAS – February is American Heart Month and an ideal opportunity to assess heart health and identify or treat risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. The Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) and its partners offer free programs and classes to help people manage high blood pressure and other risk factors … Read more

Colorado Springs Area Entertainment Events Begin February 2 | event calendar

THURSDAY Light rain – 6pm-9pm, Rico’s Cafe & Wine Bar, 322 N. Tejon St.; moon tricks – 7 p.m., Vulture, 2100 E. Platte Ave., $15; THURSDAY FRIDAY MattGabriel – 8:00 p.m., 3E’s Comedy Club, 1 S. Nevada Ave., $18-$55; THURSDAY-FEB. 19 “Aubergine” — 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays, 2 p.m. Saturdays, 4 … Read more

Northern Nevada’s economy has concerns, reasons for celebration

An economist speaking at the Economic Development Agency’s annual state of the economy luncheon last week said northern Nevada’s economy has much to celebrate even as recession looms — if it isn’t already. A low unemployment rate, rising incomes and plenty of money flowing in the local economy are reasons for optimism and concern. So … Read more

Kidnapper wanted for torturing woman and killing two strangers found under house

SALEM, Ore. (AP) – Police gathered in the tiny unincorporated community of Wolf Creek in southwest Oregon on the night of Jan. 26 as they hunted for a suspect wanted for abducting a woman and torturing him nearly to death – and who had previously been convicted of a similar crime in Nevada. Five days … Read more