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No injuries from afternoon house fire

FIRE: Blaze causes $85,000 in damage to structure near downtown -Nobody was injured in a residential structure fire on Brown Street, near Boulder Highway and Water Street, that caused $85,000 in damages April 21. The first Henderson Fire Department engine arrived just after 1:15 p.m.  to find heavy smoke coming from the roof and attic […]

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IN PHOTOS: City Heritage Festival

CITY: Moderate crowd turns out to celebrate Henderson Heritage Day Parade and Festival – Despite ideal weather, only a moderate crowd turned out for the annual Henderson Heritage Day Parade along Water Street, Apr. 18. The festival, themed ‘The Good Old Days’, continues through this evening and includes live music, line dancing, panning for ‘gold’ […]

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CULTURE: Gibson Library hosts ‘Unlocked Voices’ writers

LIBRARIES: Tuesday Contest reception highlights all participants whose works featured in literary magazine -Henderson Libraries will host a Teen Writing Contest reception at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, at the James I. Gibson Library, 100 W. Lake Mead Parkway. Presented gallery-style, the reception will highlight all 66 teens, grades 6-12, whose written works were featured […]

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CULTURE: Henderson celebrates St. Patrick’s Day -Henderson kicked off St. Patrick’s Day celebrations a bit early with the city’s 49th annual Southern Nevada Sons and Daughters of Erin parade and festival, March 14. iH photojournalist Olga Wibowo captures the images of those on parade and those who turned up to watch – which is often […]

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WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT: ‘Butterflies’ begins three week stage run

ARTS: Theatre in the Valley presents award-winning play “Butterflies are Free” beginning Friday -Theatre in the Valley begins its three weekend run of the classic 1969 play “Butterflies are Free” March 13. “I always try to find myself in something,” said lead actor Kelley Malloy regarding the difficulty of interpreting such familiar material. “There’s always […]

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Police union unveils renovated hall

POLICE: $750,000 in upgrades breathes new life into Water Street District structure The Henderson Police Officers’ Association unveiled it’s renovated union hall with an open house, March 12. Nearly all of the $750,000 upgrade to the building at 145 Panama Street was paid for by union members, with the exception of $22,000 in grants. Federal […]

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CULTURE: Winterfest returns this weekend

CULTURE: Festival begins Thursday with Symphony performance at Convention Center -City annual Holiday festivities begin Thursday at the Henderson Symphony Orchestra kicks off Winterfest with a performance at the Henderson Convention Center, 200 Water Street, at 7 p.m. On Friday, Mayor Andy Hafen will preside over the lighting of the Christmas tree at the Henderson […]

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A cell for a single occupant, most house two inmates. Photo by Buford Davis | iH

NEWS: HDC inmate found dead of apparent suicide

POLICE: 42-year old man was discovered in cell floor, reportedly left suicide note -A 42-year-old male inmate was found dead from an apparent suicide Tuesday at the Henderson Detention Center. The inmate was discovered inside his cell at about 3 p.m. Dec. 2, according to city spokesperson Kathleen Richards. Corrections officers found the man lying […]

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