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Findlay Prep, Gorman compete in Big City Showdown at the South Point Jan. 20

By Mike Henle Findlay Automotive Group director of operations Robby Findlay will be a busy man on Jan. 20. Along with his obligations with Findlay Toyota in the Valley Automall, the 37-year-old, fifth generation native Nevadan will be in attendance for the annual high school basketball game Big City Showdown between the Findlay Prep Pilots […]

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A good nutritionist, registered dietician can make all the difference with Acid Reflux

By Mike Henle For the past year or so, I have been suffering from a debilitating illness that has essentially driven me to near despair. The ordeal has been never-ending, and it has affected me both physically and emotionally. I couldn’t eat anything without suffering from stomach issues that played no favorites. Whether it was […]

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For those who need somewhere else to watch the Vegas Golden Knights, MacKenzie River Pub Grill is a good second choice

By Mike Henle For everyone who would like to experience the continued rise of the National Hockey League’s latest success story, there is actually something special about a bar at City National Arena in Summerlin. The Golden Knights have defied all odds and soared to first place in the NHL’s Western Division while packing T-Mobile […]

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With more than 400 entries, SNORE brings energy to what used to be slow times in Laughlin during December with the McKenzie’s Rage at the River

By Mike Henle LAUGHLIN, Nev. — There was a time here several years ago when employees of the gaming industry would shudder each December because business would decrease dramatically during the Christmas holidays. However, thanks in part to some hearty souls who refused to give up when the gettin’ got tough, December is a very […]

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Dec. 6 is an important day in this family

By Mike Henle www.mikehenle.com On Dec. 6, 1994, my life changed dramatically one day after our family traveled south to Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla, Calif., so that I could undergo right temporal lobe brain surgery. At the age of 43, I had struggled with epilepsy since I was an infant after being infected […]

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SNORE concludes six-race season with huge field for Laughlin finale

By Mike Henle LAUGHLIN — As the story goes in this part of the country, legendary real estate mastermind Don Laughlin saw a gold mine from the air back in the 1960s when he spotted a broken-down fishing village during an airplane ride over the Colorado River. Located some 100 miles south of Las Vegas, […]

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Findlay Cadillac set to unveil Las Vegas celebrities in Marine Corps Toys for Tots show

By Mike Henle Findlay Cadillac will sponsor the ninth annual Marine Corps Toys for Tots celebrity Christmas show Dec. 16 in the Westgate Las Vegas Hotel Casino International Theater that will feature numerous guest appearances by host of prominent entertainers. Scheduled to start with a Red Carpet at 6 p.m., doors will open at 6:30 […]

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SEMA again rocks Las Vegas with impressive numbers during an action-filled four-day stay

By Mike Henle www.mikehenle.com Another Specialty Equipment Market Association and AAPEX show is in the books, and the high-horsepower annual gathering again concluded a four-day run Oct. 31-Nov. 3 in Las Vegas while generating very impressive numbers. Presented at the Las Vegas Convention Center, The Sands Expo and Westgate Las Vegas, the gathering produced 118,000 […]

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Cliff Findlay’s vision led to creation of Findlay Prep

By Mike Henle It’s an active Saturday morning at Henderson International School and the Findlay Prep Pilots are on center stage. Some top-named college basketball coaches are in the gymnasium scoping out some of the finest high school seniors in the country during a combine presented by second year Findlay Prep Coach Paul Washington. This […]

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A neighborhood in South Lyon, Mich., has no block walls and the residents love the freedom

I vividly recall being named real estate editor of the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 1985. With no experience whatsoever regarding the beat, I cast aside my 17-plus years as a sports writer and dove head-first into my new career covering homebuilding, real estate and anything else related to what promised to be a growing industry. […]

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