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PVHS coaches develop strategy for handling club sports issues
This is the third part of a series taking a look at the impact of club sports on high school athletics.
Basketball: Beatty swept by Tonopah in girls, boys doubleheader
The Beatty High School girls basketball team dropped its third consecutive game this season to Tonopah on Tuesday night, dropping a 50-38 decision at home.
In Season: Anyone, Yes Anyone, Can Grow a Garden
When I tell people about my garden, the comment I most often hear is, ‘I could never do that. I have a black thumb.’ My response is that gardening is a science. No one is born with a green thumb. We learn through trial, error and a bit of luck.
Pahrump Moose Lodge donation funding beds for kids
Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a nationwide organization with a straightforward and heartwarming mission: to build, assemble and deliver bunk beds to children and families in need in order to help ensure that no child has to sleep on the floor.
Tim Burke: Stargazing makes most things seem insignificant
Stargazing is popular here in the Mojave Desert away from the bright lights of Las Vegas. Death Valley National Park holds its Dark Sky Festival this February 21-23, 2020. This event is a collaboration between the park, Death Valley Natural History Association, NASA, and many other organizations. Death Valley offers some of the best stargazing in America. The International Dark-Sky Association has designated Death Valley National Park as a Gold Tier Dark Sky Park, the highest rating of darkness.
Thomas Knapp: Afghanistan, Oh, when will we ever learn?
“U.S. officials failed to tell the truth about the war in Afghanistan throughout the 18-year campaign,” the Washington Post’s Craig Whitlock reports. “Making rosy pronouncements they knew to be false and hiding unmistakable evidence the war had become unwinnable.”
Divas on a Dime: French fries and fixin’s for fumble-free football fare
At a Super Bowl potluck last year, my friend asked me to bring a couple of bags of frozen fries as a side dish for hamburgers. Ahem. Do you know who I am? I’m a Diva! I can’t simply bring a bag o’ fries!
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Jan. 29 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $10 million.
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