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besat/ February 5, 2018/ Apartment

Jesse Jensen Henderson – Jesse Hope Jensen, passed away Wednesday, January 17, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She came into this world at one pound on April 8, 2017. Jesse was strong spirit. Winning the hearts of all who were blessed to know her, with her spunky attitude, and sweet happy smiles. Jesse, having endured much, came to show us

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Vosean Joseph, Florida LB: NFL Draft 2019 profile

besat/ March 8, 2019/ Apartment

Get to know Florida outside linebacker Vosean Joseph in this NFL Draft preview capsule. (John Raoux, Associated Press) CLEVELAND, Ohio – Get to know Florida outside linebacker Vosean Joseph in this NFL Draft preview capsule. Name: Vosean Joseph Position: Outside linebacker School: Florida Height/weight: 6-foot, 226 pounds Year: Junior Pros: “Flows well laterally and showcases good straight line speed but

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York City names new acting director to replace Shilvosky Buffaloe

besat/ March 7, 2019/ Henderson

Meet Anu Banks and Fred Walker who help grow The Movement, a community helping organization. Paul Kuehnel, pkuehnel@ydr.com Shilvosky Buffaloe, who was the director of the Department of Economic and Community Development for the City of York, stopped serving in the position at the beginning of the month, according to city spokesman Philip Given. That announcement came Thursday from Mayor

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Medical marijuana sales in Michigan exceed $42M after four months

besat/ March 7, 2019/ Sell

Sales of medical marijuana in Michigan have exceeded $42 million in four months, according to the State Department of Licensing and Regulation. The sales come from 54 licensed dispensaries since the first one opened at the beginning of November. Nearly 8,700 pounds of medical marijuana have already been sold, meaning $3.5 million will be going to the state from a

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Henderson approves deal for affordable housing projects

besat/ March 7, 2019/ Apartment

Henderson city council members on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, at Henderson City Hall in Henderson. (Bridget Bennett/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bridgetkb The Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an agreement with the Nevada Housing Division to assist low-income residents by developing affordable housing projects. The deal will provide the city with annual allocations from the low-income housing trust fund for

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Non-Opioid Treatment Cos. for Investors in Wake of Purdue Pharma News

besat/ March 6, 2019/ News

HENDERSON, NV / ACCESSWIRE / March 6, 2019 / OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma is exploring filing for bankruptcy as one of its options to address potentially significant liabilities from thousands of lawsuits alleging the drug maker contributed to the deadly opioid crisis sweeping the U.S. This news is particularly exciting for investors in non-opioid pain treatment companies. Prior to this

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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties Announces Record-Breaking Year

besat/ March 6, 2019/ Apartment

Mark Stark, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties On Friday at Encore Las Vegas, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ largest independently owned franchise announced its Nevada sales achievements for 2018. Americana Holdings, based in Henderson, has operations in Nevada, Arizona and California. Combined, the companies completed $5.2 billion in real estate sales in 2018 – a 7.6 percent increase over their

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As California loses people, a Las Vegas suburb grows

besat/ March 5, 2019/ News

HENDERSON, Nev.—For Karina Nasir, leaving California for this booming Las Vegas suburb was the chance to escape commutes up to three hours. For Bill Clune, it is saving nearly $5,000 a year on his water bill. For John Falkenthal, the opportunity to have some money left over every month after paying his mortgage. “I never even considered leaving Southern California,

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Henderson approves deal for affordable housing projects

besat/ March 5, 2019/ Apartment

Henderson city council members on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, at Henderson City Hall in Henderson. (Bridget Bennett/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bridgetkb The Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an agreement with the Nevada Housing Division to assist low-income residents by developing affordable housing projects. The deal will provide the city with annual allocations from the low-income housing trust fund for

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Oil & Gas Stocks to Watch as Sector Sees Investor Optimism

besat/ March 5, 2019/ News

HENDERSON, NV / ACCESSWIRE / March 5, 2019 / Last week, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures gained 3% to close at $57.26 per barrel and natural gas prices rose 3.5% to $2.717 per million Btu (MMBtu). The U.S. crude benchmark rose for the sixth time in eight weeks to its highest level since November. Continued optimism surrounding talks between

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As California loses people, a Las Vegas suburb grows

besat/ March 5, 2019/ Powerful Earthquake

HENDERSON, Nev.—For Karina Nasir, leaving California for this booming Las Vegas suburb was the chance to escape commutes up to three hours. For Bill Clune, it is saving nearly $5,000 a year on his water bill. For John Falkenthal, the opportunity to have some money left over every month after paying his mortgage. “I never even considered leaving Southern California,

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