Serving Henderson, Nevada Vol. 2, No. 13 www.hendersonpress.com Thursday, May 26, 2011 - FREE INSIdE City Attorney Accused of DUI Candidates Take the By Jeremy Twitchell Offensive Plan to lay concrete THP Reporter in Pittman Wash By Jeremy Twitchell draws resdients’ ire Henderson THP Reporter >> 3 City Attor- ney Eliza- As voters take to the polls Bedbug regulations beth Quil- during early voting for Hen- challenge business lin alleg- derson’s upcoming General >> 4 edly struck another ve- Election, the two candidates for the final City Council seat Henderson Marine hicle, a fire ELIZABETH QUILLIN have stepped up their personal aids Afghanistan hydrant and attacks on each other. >> 6 a tree while driving under the influence on Monday, ac- In mailers sent to voters in the last two weeks, Planning Crime Map cording to a Henderson Police Commission Chairman Sam >> 8 Department arrest report. Quillin is facing three Bateman has taken former police chief Mike Mayberry Police and Fire news misdemeanor charges – driv- to task for his collection of in brief ing under the influence (first disability pay since retiring in >> 9 offense), leaving the scene of an accident and having STAFF PHOTO 2005; Mayberry has respond- ed by accusing Bateman, a Tire skid marks and a damaged tree mark the spot on Carnegie Drive where City Attorney Online Henderson an open container in her car Elizabeth Quillin was allegedly involved in an accident while intoxicated on Monday afternoon. Clark County chief deputy retailer opens first – following an accident on Quillin was arrested on suspicion of three misdemeanor charges, including DUI. district attorney, of having storefront Carnegie Drive near Paseo conflicts of interest by virtue >> 10 Verde Parkway shortly before 3 p.m. Monday afternoon. A passing driver who witnessed the accident told The driver told police that Quillin drove a little arrived. According the arrest- of his role as a registered lob- byist representing the District Henderson city According to witness police that she pulled over way down the road, but again ing officer, Quillin had a Attorney’s Office. pools to open on interviews in the arrest report, and got out of her car to go swerved off it and struck an- strong odor of alcohol In a twist on the role Memorial Day Quillin was driving a Lexus check on Quillin, when Quil- other tree, at which point when he spoke to her, as of social media in modern >> 12 RX400 and attempting to turn left onto Carnegie Road from lin attempted to drive her car away. The driver told police her car stopped running. Witnesses said Quillin then well as bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. He said campaigns, Bateman’s cam- paign pulled photos from Golf benefit raises Paseo Verde Parkway when that Quillin nearly hit her as exited the car and began to she admitted to drinking Mayberry’s Facebook page funds for young she veered off the road and she drove away and struck walk away from the scene, bottles of wine and failed that showed him fishing and heart patients struck a fire hydrant, tree and her car that was parked on but they caught up to her and >> 14 landscaping boulder. the side of the road. stayed with her until police —SEE QUILLIN PAGE 5 —SEE ELECTION PAGE 5 Opinion: Pride Runs Deep in Henderson Memorial Day time tribute to those who defend to reflect on city’s our freedom. It is hard to drive though heritage, heroes Henderson without seeing an American Flag proudly By Don Logay displayed and waving in the Special to THP breeze at almost every turn and on every block. This The city of Henderson is especially evident at the was incorporated in the major intersection of Lake years following World War Mead Parkway and Boulder II, during an era of extreme Highway, also known as the patriotism. “Gateway to Henderson.” While it has since grown There, drivers will see into one of Nevada’s major eight American Flags on dis- cities, it has also managed play – two on each corner – COURTESY DON LOGAY to maintain the original reminding each passerby of Ward 1 City Councilwoman Gerri Schroder says the eight Ameri- small-town values of its Henderson’s vow to “never can Flags placed at the intersection of Lake Mead Parkway and original 7,410 residents and forget.” These flags were also Boulder Highway serve to commemorate 9/11 and Henderson’s their heartfelt dedication to vow to “never forget.” The flags were placed in the weeks fol- always remember and pay —SEE PRIDE PAGE 7 lowing 9/11 at the suggestion of a resident. 3 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Local News Flood Project Pits City, Volunteers at Odds By Fred Couzens munication about this at all.” Home delivery prices for 52 issues: $25 for Henderson THP Reporter The Regional Flood addresses and $40 for addresses outside of Henderson Control District included (but in the U.S.). Free copies are available at locations Henderson’s plan to turn the $5.1 million project in listed at www.hendersonpress.com. a section of the Pittman Wash its 2008 Master Plan Update into a concrete flood channel at the request of the city’s Office Address has raised the concern of the Public Works Department, 117 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015 volunteer group that maintains and funded it last month. Mailing Address the trails and natural areas However, the project 850 S. Boulder Hwy., #221, Henderson, NV 89015 within the wash. appears to fly in the face of (702) 425-3005 Fax (702) 933-3121 Henderson Public Works previous city master plans, officials and project contrac- feasibility studies and federal tors recently met and state fund- Eric Buskirk...............................................................Publisher with the group, ing agreements Jeremy Twitchell.............................................Interim Editor Project GREEN: “We need to that all dictate Wes Wright...............................................General Manager Friends of the put flyers out the entire wash FRED COUZENS / HENDERSON PRESS Teresa Wyne.........................................Marketing Manager City officials are about to go out to bid on the concrete channeliza- Pittman Wash, there to bring is to be restored tion of this stretch of the Pittman Wash, as seen from the Union Jarred Bogens-Francisco.................Advertising Manager a r m e d w i t h this to people’s and revegetated Pacific Railroad trestle east to Arroyo Grande Boulevard. The don Mika.........................................Advertising Executive maps, informa- attention. I’m to its natural project is opposed by a volunteer group that maintains the wash. Christine Ma......................................Technology Manager tion, a concilia- not willing to state. Olive Chen.........................................Accounting Manager tory tone and an concede that we While the and attended their meetings and that few, if any, potential Mike Anand..............................................Customer Service olive branch, but Friends are until July 2009, when Friends alternatives to concrete were the conservation can’t stop it.” charged with members say attendance from considered. Jayson He..................................................Graphic Designer group remained maintaining all all three departments suddenly They also expressed Larry Chai........................................................Web Designer — Elizabeth skeptical and of the wash in evaporated. dismay that there would be Fred Couzens................................Contributing Reporter Brickfield, confused. its natural con- Recognizing that, As- very little or no potential for don Logay......................................Contributing Reporter The city’s Project GREEN dition, the city sistant Public Works Director revegetation. Karen Y. Lu.....................................Contributing Reporter engineering member exercises its Rob Herr apologized to the The city’s “pro-channel Jennifer Twitchell...........................Contributing Reporter group was there control of the group for the lack of partici- group” explained that the to discuss the wash from Ar- pation. railroad track supports and imminent concrete chan- royo Grande to Pecos Road “We’ve needed to get to nearby rock-protected wash firstname.lastname@example.org nelization of a quarter-mile under three departments this group, but we didn’t,” slopes were being eroded http://www.hendersonpress.com stretch of the wash between – Public Works for flood he said. “Our intent is not at an alarming rate and, if Arroyo Grande Boulevard and control, Utility Services for to pull a fast one; that’s not left unchecked, could cause the Union Pacific Railroad maintenance of an in-the- a good relationship. We’re significant property damage. CORRECTIONS tracks – something the Friends wash sewer line and its tower- say they had no knowledge ing manholes, and Parks and here maybe not on the best of terms, but we want to hear They also said other, less dramatic channelization about whatsoever. Recreation for recreational from you.” alternatives had to be tossed The Henderson Press corrects its mistakes. “We have no informa- and trails purposes. Friends members said out because they couldn’t Please bring any errors to the attention of the tion at all,” Friends Vice All three departments they were not happy with the properly handle a 100-year editor at email@example.com. President Evelyn Gajowski previously had a working proposed concrete channel said. “We’ve had no com- relationship with the Friends that’s ready to go out to bid —SEE WASH PAGE 6 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 4 Local News Bedbug Issue Proving Difficult to Regulate By Fred Couzens for sanitizing used mattresses the past year. Prior to 2000, THP Reporter he accepts, but discovered it that number was only 25 would cost him $230,000 to percent. Like cheating on a sanitize that way, and the few Some 67 percent of the spouse or embezzling com- mattresses he gets wouldn’t respondents reported treating pany funds, likewise, almost pay for the system. bed bug infestations in hotels everybody shies away from In the absence of a sani- and motels. recognizing or even talking tization method, Phillips The major cause of about the bedbug problem in ships his used mattresses to a greater infestations is in- Southern Nevada. California company that has creased mobility of infected Infestations are more a Clark County health permit. goods and persons. common than might be imag- “My feelings on which “Travelers create more ined, and devastating eco- method they should use is of an opportunity to bring nomic impacts would occur in they’re getting too compli- things in,” Giunchigliani said. the local hospitality industry cated,” Phillips Dwight if a trend in unmanaged out- said. “They’re Blackburn, breaks became widespread trying to cover “(The Health owner of Black- knowledge and nobody – the all the bases District) is trying burn Pest Con- Southern Nevada Health Dis- and not trying to cover all the trol in Hender- trict nor the mattress, bedding to solve their bases and not son for 28 years, and furniture industries – can problem.” trying to solve said the problem come to grips with regulations The pro- aimed at eradicating Cimex posed amend- exists, their problem.” hereas badlybut not as lectularius. ments come at a elsewhere. The bug itself is easily FRED COUZENS / HENDERSON PRESS time that reports — Greg Phillips “Today, it’s defined – they’re the size and Greg Phillips, owner of Phillips Furniture in Henderson, said the few used mattresses that he of bedbug in- the number one color of an apple seed, will stores at a time hardly justify the $230,000 cost of a bedbug-killing dry heat sanitizing system festations are pest problem in hide in suitcases, boxes and that is required by the Southern Nevada Health District. exploding worldwide. the country,” he said. “Lo- shoes to be near a food supply, “The results of our 2010 cally, though, hotels have and are nocturnal creatures meeting, where proposed included regulations for even allow them to accept Comprehensive Global Bed been on top of things. Being that come out at night for a amendments to the regula- lighting and plumbing. them.” Bug Study suggest that we proactive is the reason why blood meal. tions drew so much criticism “That’s unrelated to bed- Originally, the only sani- are on the threshold of a it’s not as bad here as it is in They not only are found from frustrated mattress, bugs, I’d say,” he concluded. tization method allowed was bedbug pandemic, not just in other areas.” in mattresses and headboards, bedding and furniture own- Currently, nonprofit or- a dry heat treatment that the United States, but around Still, a Web site called but behind baseboards, elec- ers and their attorneys that ganizations such as Goodwill required temperatures of 230 the world,” Missy Henriksen, The Bedbug Registry (bedbu- trical switch plates, picture adoption of the amendments Industries and the Salvation degrees to “bake” and kill vice president of public af- gregistry.com) shows in the frames, wallpaper, upholstery was postponed until August Army are exempt from any bedbugs, but that temperature fairs for the National Pest past five years that Nevada and in furniture crevices. for further industry input. regulations governing the sale was lowered to 125 degrees Management Association, has had 170 bedbug reports, What’s not so easily “We need paved road of used mattresses, bedding in the amendments. said in a published report. with 69 in Las Vegas hotels defined is the refinement of fencing to prevent debris? or furniture. Still, store owners say Some 95 percent of the and motels. Also, 15 apart- current health district regu- We’re not in that business,” “We shouldn’t be ex- the method is financially association’s 1,000 U.S. and ment buildings reportedly lations, originally adopted Jack Campbell, manager empting anyone,” Southern unreasonable. international pest manage- had infestations. in 2007, that keep bugging of Walker Furniture, told Nevada Health District Board Greg Phillips, owner of ment company respondents The reports are uncon- those who are subject to them. the board as he read from a Member and County Com- Phillips Furniture in Hender- indicated in the 2010 study firmed by any source and Such was the case at the laundry list of health district missioner Chris Giunchigliani son, said he looked at install- their company has encoun- may be skewed by unhappy April health district board permit requirements that said. “Maybe we shouldn’t ing a dry heat oven system tered a bedbug infestation in customers. 5 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Local News the heart and knee problems a lobbyist for another entity ELECTION that doctors cited when they should not be a City Council QUILLIN From page 1 declared him disabled under member for Henderson. It just From page 1 state law in 2005, due to the has the potential to end up in fact that his disability directly a conflict of interest, and it playing in the snow, and resulted from his profession could happen when you least a field sobriety test. The used them to question why and prevented him from expect it.” officer also found an open Mayberry would be collecting performing it anymore. Bateman said he has a bottle of wine in her car. an alleged $40,000 per year “I receive disability pay very strictly defined respon- Quillin was booked in disability payments. because I am 100 percent sibility before the Legislature, into the Henderson Deten- Mayberry retired under a disabled as a police officer,” and that Mayberry’s asser- tion Center at 3:57 p.m. doctor’s advice in 2005, citing Mayberry said. “I can never tions that he could stray into on a $3,516 bond. She heart problems. He resurfaced be a police officer again, or issues of employee pay and has been placed on paid in the 2009 mayoral race, stat- a police chief, or anything to compensation are unfounded. administrative leave pend- ing that he was healthy, and do with that.” “You just won’t find ing an internal review. has repeated the assertion in Mayberry also takes issue me in any legislative session She issued a state- the current campaign. with the numbers Bateman advocating for or against, ment on Tuesday after- “You have a person say- has used in his mailers. He signed in for or against, or noon apologizing for her ing they’re perfectly healthy, said his disability pay is about having anything to do with actions. but they’re collecting disabil- $29,000 per year, not $40,000. employee pay and benefits,” “I would like to apol- ity pay in addition to their six- Mayberry said the key he said. “That’s not my job.” ogize to the Mayor, City figure pension, both of which issue that voters should be Both men say they care- Council, my colleagues, … are funded by taxpayers,” considering is Bateman’s fully weighed the decision family and friends for my Bateman said. employment with the Clark to go negative in their cam- misconduct and assume Bateman said he brought County District Attorney’s paigns. full responsibility for my up the issue because it casts Office, where Bateman is a “In light of the environ- actions,” she said. “I am doubt on Mayberry’s ability registered lobbyist with the ment of austerity that we’re seeking immediate treat- to make tough decisions at State Legislature. looking at, you’ve got an ment from an inpatient a time when Henderson is Bateman said his testi- individual that is living off facility and ask that I be facing a projected $19 million monies before the Legislature of government largesse that allowed this time of pri- shortfall. have been strictly limited to no longer exists, and we have vacy in order to address “I think that’s a relative matters of law – such as sen- to ask if he will really be my underlying illness. issue in light of our economic tencing guidelines, victims’ able to take a critical look at The Henderson City times, when we have to take rights and jury selection, how government spends its Council appointed Quillin a look at our budgets and our and legislative records from money,” Bateman said. to her position in June public employee compensa- the 2009 and 2011 sessions Mayberry said he had 2009. She makes an an- tion,” Bateman said. “I don’t confirms this. hoped to avoid a negative nual salary of $190,000. know how somebody who is But Mayberry contends campaign, but felt compelled City spokesman Bud the poster child for gratuitous that Bateman is walking a to respond to Bateman’s mail- Cranor said he did not yet public employee pay struc- dangerously thin line. ers and automated telephone know if Quillin was on tures, and who is endorsed “Quite often, Hender- calls to voters. duty at the time of the ac- by all of the city’s employee son’s interests are different “I never, ever wanted to cident, as she had been in groups, can be trusted to make from Clark County’s, and campaign like this,” he said. Carson City for a few days those decisions.” I think he would be in the “I never, ever wanted to have the previous week and Mayberry has dismissed awkward position of having this type of campaign. But then took some time off. Bateman’s allegations, saying two masters to serve …,” unfortunately, we did, and “I don’t know if she 29 years as a police officer, Mayberry said. “It’s just my at some point, you have to was back (at work) yet or including six as chief, caused opinion that anyone who is fire back.” not,” he said. May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 6 Local News Henderson Marine Building Bridges in Afghanistan By Karen Y. Lu fellow Marines near Marjah, has proven himself to be an await his next deployment. THP Reporter on the Sistani Peninsula. outstanding Marine,” he Waldburger said he looks By military definition, said. “His hard work and forward to visiting his mom, Lance Cpl. Thomas non-standard bridges are dedication to whatever he his dad and his older brother. Waldburger of Henderson has permanent and less expensive is tasked with is His mother, been busy building bridges bridges that are specifically unparalleled by Susie, works for in Afghanistan, literally and designed for the particular his peers.” “Lance Cpl. local publish- figuratively location and use. They usu- A s k e d Waldburger ing company, A drafter-surveyor with ally replace a standard bridge what he would has proven Parmenides Bravo Company, 8th Engi- that is pre-fabricated and remember himself to be Publishing. His neer Support Battalion, 2nd expensive. most from his an outstanding father, Eddie, Marine Logistics Group The bridge not only deployment in Marine. His is a retired ski (Forward), the 26-year-old serves the Marines currently Afghanistan, hard work and technician. His soldier from Green Valley is stationed in the area, but Wa l d b u r g e r dedication to brother, Nick, is COURTESY U.S. MARINES serving his first deployment will also continue to benefit said it would and is stationed in Camp the local Afghan security A member of Lance Cpl.Thomas Waldburger’s Marine platoon be “the cama- whatever he is a Bikram yoga instructor. Leatherneck in the southwest forces and the local civilian welds a joint on a bridge in Afghanistan. The unit is building bridges to aid troop movements and boost the local economy raderie between tasked with is W h e n region of Afghanistan. population. by improving trade routes. different people unparalleled by asked what he’ll Waldburger said he Locals will be able to of various back- his peers.” do first when he joined the Marines in 2009 travel faster between farms success of a bridge construc- bridge would not meet design grounds.” is back state- as an “opportunity to serve and markets and carry more, tion mission …,” said Lt. j.g. specifications and therefore The young — Lt. j.g. Joshua side, the young my country.” He chose the helping to improve trade Joshua Senecal, the officer in would be degraded in perfor- Marine’s six- Senecal Marine joked, Marines because they are and transportation and thus charge of Waldburger’s unit. mance and longevity.” month deploy- “What won’t I the “toughest” and “do the stabilize the local economy “Without the high level of Senecal said the Hender- ment ends in a do?” most with the least.” more quickly. attention to detail asserted son resident has established couple of weeks and he will Then he added, “There On a recent operation, “As a land surveyor, by Lance Cpl. Waldburger himself as a model to his be able to visit his family in are things I have to do. I Waldburger completed a 25- Lance Cpl. Waldburger has during the early stages of fellow Marines. Henderson before returning have to go to In-N-Out and foot non-standard bridge with an integral part to play in the bridge construction, the “Lance Cpl. Waldburger to Camp LeJeune, N.C. to Pizza Hut.” preserved wash versus a tions, but we have to control channel would be built. Both applications and may be terminated in WASH concrete wash. the flow; the flows dictate.” The grant money came stressed that the goal of whole or in part.” From page 3 She pointed out the flood Those contradictions out of the $200 million so- the Friends project is “…to Left unsettled after the control plan update was made could be problematic for called Question 1 bond funds restore Pittman Wash to a city’s presentation, the Friends in September 2008 and yet the city. that voters approved statewide natural habitat and construct decided to press on in an storm event – a standard by the Parks and Recreation Under a five-phase pro- in 2000. trails for public use and attempt to stop the concrete which the Regional Flood department had included $8 posal that the city’s Public Also, the Friends indi- benefit.” channel. Control District funds its million in restoration money Works Department made rectly received $11.4 mil- The city could be liable “We need to put flyers projects. for Project GREEN in its to the Nevada Division of lion in Southern Nevada for repayment of the $11.4 out there to bring this to Gajowski explained Capital Improvement Plan State Lands, the Friends were Public Land Management million, since the Department people’s attention,” Elizabeth there were “contradictions” approved by the City Council awarded nearly $300,000 of Act funds in February 2006 of Interior financial agreement Brickfield, a frustrated Friends between the objectives and in May 2010. conservation bond money in for the Arroyo Grande and states, “This Agreement is member, said. “We need to goals of the Parks and Rec- “We understand those December 2004 for projects Pittman Urban Watershed subject to enforcement if the meet one on one with council reation and Public Works contradictions,” Herr said. in areas including the area of Recreational Trails, Phase recipient fails to comply with members. I’m not willing to departments – a naturally “We have our own contradic- the wash where the concrete II project. any terms of this Agreement concede that we can’t stop it.” 7 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Opinion YOUR VIEW In fact, starting this that says “Veteran” – with a PRIDE weekend, give a little more symbol representing one of From page 1 thought to Henderson’s many the United States military flags that proudly wave day branches – you don’t have after day. Take note of the to smile, wave or nod your The Henderson Press accepts letters to the editor and opinions on stories it publishes. placed in direct response to huge flags that are displayed head. Just know they are one To submit comments for publication, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and the World Trade Center trag- of Henderson’s many silent indicate “Letter to the Editor” in the subject line.To reach us by mail, send comments to: edy of September 11, 2001. heroes. And be thankful for “Shortly afterward,” said Henderson is their service. The Henderson Press, c/o Letters to the Editor, 850 S. Boulder Hwy., #221, Henderson, City Councilwoman Gerri indeed a city filled Finally, and last but not NV 89015. To be considered for publication, letters must contain the author’s name, Schroder, “a Henderson resi- with pride and least, Henderson is also home address and telephone number for verification purposes. Only the author’s name and dent approached our Com- patriotism. It is a to Southern Nevada’s only city that has vowed city will appear in print. Some letters may be subject to editing. due to space limitation, memorative Beautification Veterans Memorial Wall – Committee and suggested this to “never forget” similar to the Viet Nam Veter- please keep submissions to 400 words. Submitted material cannot be returned. memorial. Within weeks, the and it faithfully ans Memorial in Washington, recommendation was unani- keeps this promise. D.C. It is located next to City mously approved, and just Hall and directly behind the a few weeks later, the eight Events Plaza on Water Street. American flags were perma- and brightly lit 24/7 above It was officially dedicated on nently installed.” all the Terrible Herbrst Gas Veteran’s Day, November 11, The next time you pass Stations. Start noticing the 1994, bearing 1,213 names. this intersection, take a look many businesses and homes That number has since grown and remember what they that also display the Stars to over 1,500. It is one more stand for – and not just on and Stripes. place residents can visit and this Memorial Day weekend, And when you drive pay tribute as well. but in the days, weeks and past the home of our local Henderson is indeed months that follow. It’s hard V.F.W or American Legion, a city filled with pride and to believe, but in four and give thought to the fact that patriotism. It is a city that one-half short months, these these are where our local has vowed to “never forget” flags will commemorate a returning heroes gather. and it faithfully keeps this full decade since the tragic Should you be driving and promise, day after day and morning of 9/11. see a Nevada license plate year after year. May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 8 Crime Map BURGLARY N Lake Las Vegas 1800 Block, Margarita Ave 5/12/2011 800 Block, Seven Hills dr 5/12/2011 City of Henderson 3000 Block, Whispering Crest dr 5/13/2011 5600 Block, E Russell Rd 5/14/2011 500 Block, Sellers Pl 5/14/2011 1100 Block, Wigwam Pkwy 5/14/2011 ROBBERY 100 Block, S Water St 5/9/2011 ASSAULT 100 Block, Brown St 5/13/2011 100 Block, Stone Cress dr 5/13/2011 300 Block, Tungsten St 5/13/2011 1300 Block, W Sunset Rd 5/14/2011 500 Block, Conestoga Way 5/14/2011 FAMILY VEHICLE THEFT DISTURBANCE NARCOTICS 3000 Block, St Rose Pkwy 5/15/2011 300 Block, Glasgow St 1100 Block, Paradise Home Rd 1500 Block, Misty Sky dr 2300 Block, Paseo Verde Pkwy 5/11/2011 5/15/2011 5/11/2011 5/15/2011 Anthem 100 Block, Montelago Blvd 3000 Block, High View dr 600 Block, Blackmore dr 5/12/2011 5/15/2011 5/12/2011 SEX ASSAULT 1000 Block, Whitney Ranch dr 100 Block, Mallory St 200 Block, Hillcrest dr 5/12/2011 5/15/2011 5/14/2011 1300 Block, Gran Vista Ave 5/11/2011 3100 Block, La Mancha Way 100 Block, Magnesium St 100 Block, Myrtle Beach dr 5/12/2011 5/15/2011 5/14/2011 500 Block, College dr 5/12/2011 800 Block, Zinnia Cir 1000 Block, Timberline Ct 2800 Block, Mahogany Grove Ave 5/14/2011 5/15/2011 5/15/2011 200 Block, Lead St 5/13/2011 Locations are approximate. Courtesy of the Henderson Police Department. 9 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Police & Fire Police Officers Issue 325 Tickets During Traffic Crackdown The Henderson Po- out 219 speeding tickets dur- The Henderson Police lice Department’s Traffic ing the speeding enforcement Traffic Unit received fund- Unit officers issued 63 part of the effort from April ing from the Department tickets to drivers for fail- 8 until May 9. of Public Safety - Office of ing to yield to pedestrians The officers also issued Traffic Safety, as part of the in crosswalks during the 28 citations for no insurance Joining Forces Grant. recent effort targeting and 15 citations for seat belt The grant provides fund- pedestrian safety. violations. ing for enforcement and Henderson Traffic The enforcement effort education to reduce deaths officers were also joined on pedestrian safety was and injuries on Nevada road- by officers from Las Ve- extremely important as there ways. The grant will assist in STAFF PHOTO gas Metropolitan Police, have been nine pedestrian funding special enforcement The home at 2040 Deer Springs Dr. is boarded up after a garage fire caused approximately Mesquite Police, Boulder fatalities statewide so far details throughout the year $100,000 in damage on May 19. City Police and Nevada this year and 434 pedestrian targeting seat belt usage, Highway Patrol for speed fatalities statewide from 2000 DUIs, pedestrian safety and Garage Fire Causes $100,000 in enforcement and handed to 2007. speeding violations. Damage to Green Valley Home Railroad Work to Close Arroyo Grande Blvd. The Henderson Fire found smoke pouring out of Firefighters were able to Arroyo Grande Bou- work on the Union Pacific beneath the railroad crossing. Department responded to a the garage of the two-story save two family dogs from levard will be closed Railroad line. Arroyo Grande is the house fire on Wed., May 18, home. the fire, but it did claim the between American Pa- The road closure will third of five streets to close in a neighborhood located Crews entered the home lives of two family cats. cific Drive and Windmill allow crews to maneuver an for a week to allow for the near Green Valley and Silver and determined that no one Investigators estimate Parkway from Tues., May 80-foot piece of equipment work; Stephanie Street will Springs parkways. was inside, then extinguished the damage caused by the 31 - Fri., June 3 due to needed to replace the road bed follow beginning June 6. Units arrived on the the blaze in about five min- fire at about $100,000. The scene at about 2:19 p.m. and utes. cause is under investigation. Neighbor Saves Residents from Home Fire Two Henderson resi- neighbor, who noticed the and inside the garage, and dents were able to escape a fire, woke up the home’s were able to extinguish it in late-night home fire thanks residents and then called 911. about four minutes. to an alert neighbor. Henderson Fire crews There were no injuries to The Henderson Fire arrived on the scene approxi- firefighters, residents or pets. Department received a call mately five minutes after the The cause of the fire was at 11:09 p.m. on Mon., May 911 call. By that time, the two undetermined, and damage 23 for a residential fire near residents and their two dogs was minimal. Investigators at 202 Cimarron Ct., located had been able to evacuate estimate the total damage near Horizon Ridge Parkway from the residence. to the home and personal and Canyon Drive. Fire crews encountered property to be approximately The call came from a flames on the home’s exterior $5,000. May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 10 Business Henderson-Based Shoe Co. Opens First Retail Store By Jenny Twitchell water created sample shoes Edgewater wasn’t just THP Reporter for her daughter. Despite hav- guessing about foot tech- ing no design background, nology when she developed When Angela Edgewater her daughter’s sample shoes the line. She had help from couldn’t find the right shoes caught people’s attention. podiatrists and even com- for her daughter’s feet, she “After I took the kids missioned a study with the took the matter into her own out with the samples shoes I Harvard Medical School on hands and created the shoes had made, people kept com- how kids walk and what the on her own. ing up to me asking where best footwear is for them. That simple act led her they could get those shoes, A product of all the re- to start the children’s shoe search was coming up with company Pediped, which three stages of Pediped after selling millions of shoes “We asked through footwear that best match worldwide through the Web our Web site if we the walking stages of the and other stores, opened its should open a store, children: Originals (for first dedicated storefront on and the answer was pre-walkers), Grip-n-Go Saturday in Henderson. an overwhelming (for toddlers) and Flex (for Hundreds of eager par- yes.” comfortable walkers). ents lined up in front of the Recommended by the new storefront to get a com- American Podiatric Medi- plimentary pair of Pediped — PediPed founder cal Association, each stage shoes for their children Angela Edgewater mimics barefoot walking to JENNY TWITCHELL / HENDERSON PRESS during the grand opening at match each stage of child Mayor Andy Hafen, center left, helps PediPed founder Angela Edgewater, center right, cut the 1191 Center Point Dr., near development, and does not ribbon on her company’s first retail storefront, located in Henderson, on Saturday. American Pacific Drive and and I thought, ‘That’s a good force children to change Gibson Road. Kids were ea- sign,’” she said. their natural stride, Edge- there’s no other place to get they are young adults.” and named them after her – ger as well. After extensive research water said. children’s feet fitted so they Edgewater wanted to Maggie Sandals. “I love ’em because the into what the best attributes Despite finding success know exactly what size they give back to a local charity Pediped has its own style is just so unique and the of shoes are for growing feet, selling shoes online, in the need.” during the grand opening, and charitable foundation, the color is too,” said 8-year-old Edgewater said the technol- 2,500 shoe stores that carry If the store is successful, chose the Children’s Heart Pediped Foundation, which Siena Simmon. “They’re very ogy, style and materials of Pediped nationwide, and in Edgewater said she plans on Foundation to be the recipient reaches out to charities comfortable. I could go to Pediped shoes set the shoes the more than 50 countries expanding to 25 stores in of $5,000. around the world, but wanted sleep with them on.” apart. where the shoes are sold, the the next five years. Edge- The heart foundation to focus on a local charity Comfort and style was “Before children are grand opening of the store- water chose the location in offers support to families during the grand opening. exactly what Edgewater had walking, their feet are mostly front happened because local Henderson because it is near who have children dealing “They are a great fit in mind when she started the made up of cartilage, and customers wanted it that way, the corporate office and in a with heart problems. Mollie because Pediped focuses Pediped brand. hard soled-footwear can alter Edgewater said. large space. and John Stewart benefited on improving the lives of “I wanted shoes that the way their feet develop,” “We have a base of about “We have a very loyal from the support of the foun- children, and the Children’s were comfortable yet cute,” Edgewater said. “We mimic 1,200 customers here locally, following,” she said. “People dation, and when they lost Heart Foundation is right Edgewater said. “Comfort- barefoot walking with flex- and we asked through our hear abut Pediped through their daughter, Maggie, in in line with our mission,” able shoes that were more ible insoles and high quality Web site if we should open friends and family, and it 2008 to complications dur- Edgewater said. fashionable – shoes that I materials. Barefoot walking a store, and the answer was has grown because of word ing a procedure to correct a For more information, would want to wear.” shoes are very popular these an overwhelming yes,” she of mouth and our market- congenital heart defect when visit www.pediped.com. For Using resources from days – all the big companies said. “Customers wanted to ing efforts. People who buy she was 14 months old. more information about the a factory she and her own have caught on to that – we see the product line and get Pediped shoes buy them for Edgewater created a Children’s Heart Foundation, husband own overseas, Edge- just figured it out earlier.” their kids fitted for shoes; their kids from birth until pair of cute, pink sandals visit chfn.org. 11 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Entertainment MonteLago Opening to Launch Memorial Weekend By Don Logay game positions for roulette, On Sunday afternoon, ing a $49 room rate for the Special to THP blackjack and poker. the Original Tacos & Tequila entire holiday weekend Adults will also receive a Festival fills the streets of The – from Thursday, May 26 The highly anticipated “pre-activated” Club Monte- Village. From noon to 6 p.m., through Tuesday, May 31 Grand Opening of the all Lago Players Card ready for sample tacos and cuisine – along with two big family- new Casino MonteLago immediate use. All gaming from the Las Vegas Val- friendly weekend pool party kicks off five days of live done that evening, or over ley’s best restaurants paired events. Saturday’s Caribbean- entertainment and fun-filled the holiday weekend, will with your favorite tequilas. themed bash includes a live special events in The Village count for future rewards and General Admission is free. steel-drum band, jerk pork at Lake Las Vegas. promotions and can earn A bracelet for 10 tequila or shoulder, banana fritters On Thursday, May 26, a free play “bonus” award 10 taco tastings is $25 at the and a shaved-ice station for the red carpet celebration of between $5 and $500, as door. Must be 21 to enter the the kids. Sunday afternoon, begins at 7 p.m., with free long as card holders wager Tequila Cantina Exposition. meet Holly’s World and live entertainment by string at least one dollar and then “We look forward to one ABSINTHE starlet, Angel quartet Phat Strad and cash return to the casino between of our best and most exciting Porrino and her son Roman. bars on the Village street just May 31 and June 6 to receive COURTESY DON LOGAY holiday weekends ever,” said Food includes smoked beef outside the casino entrance. a personalized Players Card. On Thursday, May 26th, the Grand Opening of the all-new Casino Karl Hanson, executive board brisket, drumsticks, a hot At 9 p.m., fireworks from the Participants must be 21 to MonteLago kicks off five days of live entertainment and fun-filled president of the Montelago dog-by-the-foot station and casino rooftop will signal the play and to qualify. special events in The Village at Lake Las Vegas. Village Association. “With top hits played by a poolside official grand opening and Then, starting on Fri- the Casino and Ravella Ho- deejay. For the kids, there time to “let the games begin!” day evening and continuing Annual “Gimme Shelter Con- of Kool & The Gang, takes tel now part of the fun, The will be balloon animals, face The casino will feature through Sunday, five of the cert” benefiting the Heaven over and rocks the house. Village at Lake Las Vegas is painting and cotton candy. 241 popular state-of-the-art Village restaurants are also Can Wait Animal Society General admission tickets are once again the place to stay Two other Lake Las slot machines – such as featuring an exciting line-up takes the stage. The show $20. VIP Lounge tickets are and play.” Vegas hotels, The Aston Wheel of Fortune, Star Wars, of live entertainment. For begins at 6 p.m. with Arms of available for $40 and include To celebrate the Grand MonteLago Village Resort Ruby Slippers and Sex and details visit http://hender- America (a U2 tribute band). access to a private bar. For Opening of the new Casino and Loews Lake Las Vegas the City – and 38 of the lat- sonpress.com/entertainment . At 7 p.m., headliner Skip more information, please MonteLago, the Ravella are also offering special est hi-tech electronic table On Saturday, the Third Martin, former lead singer visit www.hcws.org. Hotel and Resort is offer- weekend rates and packages. May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 12 Sports & Leisure Lifeguards Prepare to Open City Pools on Memorial Day By Fred Couzens so they can handle almost any “When we opened, there levels of management, be- THP Reporter emergency situation. were about 100 to 150 swim- cause we know the lifeguard “Our lifeguards are ex- mers a day, but now we’re on the stand can do the job, Slip on that fogged-up actly like EMTs (emergency experiencing 300 to 400 but there’s still a team aspect mask, adjust those web- medical technicians) because people a day,” involved.” footed fins, grab that big terry our level of training is just she said. “The Although cloth beach towel and head about what theirs is,” said difference tells “Lifeguards open for just down to your nearest city Brittany Reid, head lifeguard you how badly have a lot of 17 months, swimming pool on Monday at the Heritage Park Aquatic this (east Hen- responsibility Reid has had a because they’ll all be open Complex. “We don’t want to derson) com- because they’re chance to learn Memorial Day, followed by wait and see if a lifeguard munity needed the start of the regular sum- is ready to handle an emer- a pool.” our first line of much about the first-rate com- mer swim season on June 10. gency. We’re 100 percent Reid over- defense.” plex. Most pools will be open against that. Lifeguards sees a staff of “It’s defi- from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on have a lot of responsibility 40-plus life- — Brittany Reid, n i t e l y b e e n the holiday, but the two because they’re our first line FRED COUZENS / HENDERSON PRESS guards and life- head lifeguard, an experience Multigenerational pools, the of defense. We put a lot of The $23 million, 41,500 square-foot Heritage Park Aquatic Complex guard managers Heritage Park opening a $23 Heritage Park Aquatic Com- trust and a lot of responsibil- that opened less than 18 months ago consists of two pools — a and an office Aquatic Complex million facility,” plex and the Whitney Ranch ity in our lifeguards.” 14-lane competitive pool and a four-lane theraputic pool. staff of five she said of the indoor pool have extended For this summer, all staff just at Heritage complex that’s hours from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. received additional training lifeguards; well, really four,” the job.” Park. That may sound like a made up of two 25-yard With big, water-loving during a two-week period in Reid said. “First, we have Reid has been the chief lot of lifeguards and manag- pools – a 14-lane competi- crowds expected over the May. Lead guards refreshed pool operations specialists, lifeguard at the $23 million ers, but, according to Reid, tion pool and an exercise/ three-day weekend, the city’s their training on management then lifeguards and after Heritage Park Aquatic Com- they’re all necessary. therapeutic pool. “I’d like to lifeguarda are gearing up to skills because, as Reid put it, that, lead lifeguards. We also plex, the newest swimming “The more levels of make it even bigger.” be at the top of their game. “emergencies do happen.” have junior lifeguards, some facility in the city, since the management we have, the Heritage Park has the They recently received They also took one full day as young as 15, who aren’t 41,500 square-foot structure less chance there will be of a biggest therapeutic pool in additional training and brush- to go over CPR techniques. old enough to be certified opened its doors to throngs of drowning,” she said. “Behind the Las Vegas Valley, with ups on lifesaving techniques “We have three levels of lifeguards but can still do swimmers in January 2010. the lifeguards stand many four lanes. 13 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Outdoors Volunteer Group Tasked with Preserving History By Karen Y. Lu report on their sites a mini- observed facts and trends to And for those who are THP Reporter mum of once a quarter. the agency that governs the just curious, Phillips cau- Phillips has found that particular location. tioned that even touching A small army of 500 the volunteer stewards have According to Phillips, or moving an ancient item, volunteers is protecting observational judgment the most common cause of such as a pottery shard or ar- Southern Nevada’s cultur- that is often as good as, damage is graffiti, followed rowhead, lessens its historical ally significant historic and and sometimes better than, closely by off-road vehicles significance as it “places the prehistoric sites through a professionals. This is be- driving over delicate evidence item out of context.” public partnership called the cause they often feel close of cultural and ecological Anyone interested in Cultural Site Stewardship personal ownership of their history. becoming a site steward is Program. site, he said, noticing any Unfortunately, there is encouraged to contact George These sites represent the little change or disturbance also malicious looting and Phillips at george.phillips@ history of ancient animals since their last site visit. removal of valuable artifacts. unlv.edu or 702-895-4863. and cultures including the Linda Nations, a Hen- Piaute, Mojave, Patayan, derson resident and guide at Chemehuevi and Soshone. KAREN Y. LU / HENDERSON PRESS Hoover Dam, has been a site The program is part of One of the culturally significant petroglyphs found in the Sloan steward since 2005. the Public Lands Institute Canyon National Conservation Area. To preserve this unique Nations said she volun- (PLI), which is headquartered rock art, only photography is recommended. teered because the federal at UNLV and represents a agencies were short staffed partnership between UNLV Duck Creek, the Las Vegas As a result, there are sev- and because these sites are and five federal govern- Wash, Whitney eral local stew- fragile and a “part of our ment agencies: the National Mesa, Sunset ards actively human heritage.” Park Service, US Fish and Park, Lake Las “One of the monitoring and Her assigned site is in Wildlife, Bureau of Land Vegas and Sloan things that I love reporting on the Henderson and is both “very, Management, Bureau of Canyon. Reclamation and the National For ex- about the site is conditions of their assigned very old” and “surprisingly close to a residential area.” Forest Service. ample, Sloan that people can sites within the “One of the things that The Public Lands Insti- Canyon, which walk by and have 4 8 , 4 3 8 - a c r e I love about the site is that tute is led by project manager is easily acces- no clue that they Sloan Canyon people can walk by and George Phillips. sible from the are walking by National Con- have no clue that they are Because “close to 80% Anthem com- something that servation Area, walking by something that of our (state) lands are pub- m u n i t y, h a s is historically which the U.S. is historically significant,” lic,” Phillips said, there are “phenomenal significant.” Congress desig- Nations said. not enough park rangers or sites,” said Phil- nated in 2002. Stewards are trained to public archaeologists to ad- lips, including — Linda The PLI notice and report any changes equately monitor and protect those that show Nations, Cultural Cultural Site or damage to a cultural site, these culturally sensitive evidence of pre- Steward Pro- on a scale from 0 (no change areas. historic peoples Site Steward gram has more to site) to 4 (active destruc- “Henderson is complete- moving north than 500 dili- tion witnessed during visit). ly surrounded by sites,” he and south and gent volunteers Phillips reviews all said, including areas within ancient game trails. who visit, photograph and reports and forwards the May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 14 Around Town Golf Tourney Honors Memory of One Child, Aids Many More The Lowdown Heart Maggie Golf Tourna- and be randomly assigned to to needing a transplant, Lynn We Heart Maggie Golf ment at the Black Mountain a foursome of players who Acebo said. Tournament Golf and Country Club this will be golfing in the tour- “Heart problems are a Date: Sunday, May 29 Sunday. nament. If the virtual golfer huge, somewhat unknown Where: Black Mountain “Obviously there is a is assigned to the team with childhood issue,” Lynn Acebo bit of a somber note remem- the best score of the day, he said. “It is a scary thing. Our Golf and Country Club, bering Maggie, but we’re or she will win a $200 gift 3-month old was diagnosed 500 Greenway Rd. having a good time that day card to the online catalogue with congestive heart failure. More info: visit www. because it is a tribute to Mag- Heartland America. Now she is finishing her ju- weheartmaggie.com gie, rather than a sad thing,” Since its inauguration nior year of college, but at Mollie Stewart said. “We’re in 2009, the tournament has that time we had nowhere to By Jenny Twitchell remembering the good things; raised more than $115,000 for turn. We wondered, ‘What’s THP Reporter how in her short life how the Children’s Heart Foun- ahead of us?’ So we wanted many lives she touched, and dation, founded in 2001 by to offer parents support that COURTESY MOLLIE STEWART As Mollie and John how since she has passed she husband and wife Lyn and we didn’t have.” The third annual We Heart Maggie Golf Tournament will take Stewart dealt with the pass- is still doing good things. She Jay Acebo. The foundation One foundation pro- place on Sunday at the Black Mountain Golf and Country Club. ing of their 14-month old is still inspiring people. “ supports families dealing with gram that means a lot to the Proceeds benefit the Children’s Heart Foundation. daughter, Maggie, to heart A little more than 200 children who have heart is- Stewart family is Maggie’s complications, they knew golfers are expected to tee it sues by providing emotional Garden, located in the Chil- office become more of a to remember our daughter they had to keep her memory up for the cause, and a few and financial support, a free dren’s Heart Center at Sun- positive experience,” John and help some families at alive and give back to the spots may still be available camp in Alamo, Nev. called rise Hospital in Las Vegas. A Stewart said. the same time,” John Stew- organization that gave so on the day of the tournament. Camp Mend-A-Heart, and portion of the proceeds from After finding support art said. much to them. Those who would like to education on pediatric car- the golf tournament goes to through the foundation, the For more information As a tribute to Mag- play golf, but can’t make it, diology issues. the garden, which is a room Stewarts now support it by or to make a donation, visit gie and as a means to raise can be virtual golfers – a new The foundation helps filled with toys for children to being board members and www.weheartmaggie.com. funds for the Children’s Heart feature to this year’s tourna- families whose children have choose from prior to having giving back what they can For more information on the Foundation, the Stewarts are ment. With a $50 donation, a wide range of issues – ev- heart surgery. with the golf tournament. Children’s Heart Foundation, hosting the third annual We virtual golfers can go online erything from a heart murmur “It helps the doctor’s “It’s a great way for us visit chfn.org. 15 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Crossword/Sudoku Sudoku Crossword Fill in the grid so that every row, column and 3x3 Across Down box contains the numbers 1 through 9. 1. Stop (nautical) 40. Refused 1. "Oh, my!" 29. Used to look at the 6. Formerly (archaic) 41. Cost 2. A hole for the escape stars 10. Be inclined 43. Go down of gas or air 31. Travelled on a horse 14. Slowly, in music 44. Afternoon snooze 3. ___ meridiem 33. Wish granter 15. Distribute 46. Concludes 4. Mix 34. Backside 16. A Central American 47. The Final Frontier 5. Carried with difficulty 36. Security for a debt sloth 50. Preserves, as pork 6. An uncle 37. Give temporarily 17. Exact opposite 53. Tropical root 7. Hotel 38. Tallies 19. Feint 54. Animal doctor 8. Ossify 42. Core 20. Record player 55. For some time 9. Exam 43. An Indian dish 21. 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Motel May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 16 Calendar 3rd Annual Country Fresh Farmers Market Evening with the Stars Gimme Shelter Concert When: May 27, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM When: May 27, 8:00 PM When: May 28, 7:00 PM Where: Across from The district at Green Valley Ranch Where: Lake Mead National Recreation Area Where: The Village at Lake Las Vegas, 30 Strada Nathan in front of the Henderson Pavilion, 200 South Green Valley Parkway Contact: 293-8990, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Admission: $20.00 Admission: 267-2171 Contact: 564-4766 Explore the wonders of the night sky with Ranger Country Fresh Farmers Market will be open every Friday, Maia. Learn the major constellations and the stories that Grammy Award Winner Skip Martin will rock the year round, wind and weather permitting. It is located go with them. Don’t forget to bring a flashlight. Village at Lake Las Vegas. across from The District at Green Valley Ranch, in front This program will be presented at the Boulder Beach Skip Martin is a former lead singer of Kool and the of the beautiful Henderson Pavilion. You will enjoy Campground Amphitheater. Gang. He will be performing at the Village at Lake Las shopping at local as well as California farm stands for The National Park Service is presenting a variety of Vegas for the 3rd Annual Gimme Shelter benefiting Heaven just picked fruits and vegetables. In addition there will programs throughout the Lake Mead National Recre- Can Wait Animal Society. be bakery fresh bread and pastries, a variety of tasty ation Area during the month of May. Reservations are salsas, pizza, kettle corn, hot dogs and ice cold drinks. required for these events. You will also find household and gift items made by For safety reasons please leave dogs at home. local artisans and crafters. “Don’t Stop The Music” Thirteenth Annual Puerto Rican Henderson Farmers Market Astudia Dance Memorial Day Festival World’s First Annual Recital When: May 29, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM When: June 2, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM When: June 18, 6:30 PM (dress Rehearsal 11:00 AM) Where: Henderson Pavilion, 200 South Green Valley Parkway Where: Henderson Events Plaza, 200 South Water Street Where: Basic High School Theatre, 400 North Palo Verde drive Admission: $10, Children under 10 - Free Contact: 267-2171 Admission: $5 Contact: 267-4849 Contact: 451-8054 Stop by the Farmers Market and bring home your The Puerto Rican Memorial Day Festival will celebrate favorite seasonal fruits and vegetables. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 2:00 the contributions of the Puerto Rican people to the com- In addition to the wonderful fruits and vegetables you pm. Cost is $5.00 and need to be purchased ahead of time. munity. It affords the opportunity to share their beautiful will find fresh baked breads, fresh made salsas, honey For sponsorship opportunities please call Astudia music, cultural foods, generations of art and traditions. and much more. There are booths with great gift ideas Dance World at (702) 451-8054. All proceeds are earmarked for educational scholar- such as hand made knitted and embroidered items, ships to benefit the community. beautiful wood carved items, hand made jewelry and There will be Live Music – DJ – Children’s Corner other specialty items. – Cultural Food – Merchandise Crafts – Information This event takes place every Thursday, weather per- Vendors. mitting. For additional information about the Farmers General Admission is $10.00 Children 8 and under Market, or to participate as a vendor call Dave Star at are free. 702.579.9661. Tickets can be purchased at the Pavilion Box Office. Get to know the Water Street District, stop by one of the great eateries and enjoy breakfast or lunch. Sudoku Solution Crossword Answer 21 May 26, 2011 • Vol. 2, No. 13 Service Directory/Jobs Sewing Florist/Wedding Chapel RV Park Automotive Credit Union Business Services Jewelry & Watch Repair Locksmith Printing & Mail Auto Repair Service Directory Auto Tires & Repair Catering Jobs Jobs Jobs Jobs Nevada Army National Guard Serving in the Nevada National Jobs Guard is an excellent way to honor your State and Country while at the same time furthering your education and jump starting your career. 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