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Portneuf Valley Soccer Club Galaxy goalkeeper James Goettsche guides a shot that sails over the crossbar during action March 15.

Local parks host college showcase soccer tournament

SOCCER: The annual Players College Showcase draws soccer squads from across the U.S. – The 2014 Players College Showcase features soccer prospects from youth teams across the United States performing under the discerning eyes of more than 400 college coaches and sports directors. The boys’ tournament was held March 14-16 at 13 venues across the […]

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Going Green: St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival attracts large downtown attendance

IN PICTURES: Annual Water Street event draws on affinity for all things Irish – Large crowds lined Water Street Saturday, March 15 for the 48th installment of the Southern Nevada Sons of Erin St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival. The event featured live events, including Irish music and dance, carnival rides, food and – of […]

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Host Gators start strong as High School track and field season begins

ATHLETICS: Green Valley¬† Newcomers Track and Field meet draws young¬†athletes from across Valley – The 2014 High School track and field kicked off locally with the Green Valley Newcomers meet, which drew hundreds of athletes from multiple schools across the valley to Green Valley High School March 14. The Gators finished first in 14 of […]

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Construction begins on Cadence community in east Henderson

Office building will be first structure in Cadence project intended to provide nearly 14,000 new homes The LandWell Company began construction on a 10,000-square-foot, two-story office building in Cadence, a 2,200-acre community in eastern Henderson expanding eastward from Boulder Highway and Lake Mead Boulevard. The first floor of the office building will serve as the […]

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Bald eagle sightings down in new Lake Mead wildlife survey

Biologists attribute decline to warm western winter and possible die-off from West Nile virus Volunteers and biologists spotted 132 bald eagles as eight survey boats traced the shorelines of Lake Mead and Lake Mohave searching for raptor species. The National Park Service, Nevada Department of Wildlife, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services and U.S. Bureau of […]

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