🌱 Gov. Sisolak Files For Re-Election + Casino Heists + Jackpot
Dominique-Noelle Rafael is the editor of Las Vegas Daily. She brings you the latest issue.
Today's weather is sunny with a high of 63 and a low of 42. Financial planners and advisors are offered sponsorship opportunities for local firms interested in building their client base in Las Vegas.
Steve Sisolak filed for re-election on the first day of the two-week filing period. He plans to focus heavily on education if reelected. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer Caleb Rogers is accused of two heists. Denise Brewer won $145,610 playing Three Card Poker at Bally's. She will use the money to pay off her student loans.
Gov. Steve Sisolak filed for re-election on the first day of the two-week filing period. He plans to focus heavily on education if reelected. A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of a casino robbery is now facing federal charges in two other heists. Denise Brewer won $145,610 playing Three Card Poker at Bally's.
Movement and Music Storytime is at Rainbow Library at 11:00 AM. Kemetic Meditation is held at West Las Vegas Library.
The City of Las Vegas government has allocated $5.1 million for Historic Westside projects. The temperatures are expected to remain below average all week. National Groundwater Awareness Week is from March 6-12.
The City of Las Vegas Government hasappropriated $5.1 million for Historic Westside projects. The funding includes $2.2 million to build a new school, $800,000 to relocate and install a technology training center, and $500,00 for an urban agriculture program in James Gay Park.
Dominique-Noelle Rafael is a self-taught UX/UI designer based in Princeton, NJ. She graduated from the University of Maryland last spring with a bachelor's degree in Information Science. Dominique is excited to begin working on the Patch newsletter project this year.
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