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Tickets for Las Vegas Locos Football On Sale Thursday

Tickets for Las Vegas Locos Football On Sale Thursday

Single-game tickets for the two-time defending United Football League (UFL) champion Las Vegas Locomotives will be available starting Thursday for all home games. To purchase single game tickets, fans should call 739-FANS (3267.)  Season and group tickets are also available at 877-LOCO (5626.)

The Locos will play three home games at Sam Boyd Stadium during their 2011 season. The team opens its home schedule on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 5 p.m. against the Omaha Nighthawks. Their next home game will be their second clash of the season with the Sacramento Mountain Lions on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.. The Locos will then close out the regular season with their final home game in a battle against the Virginia Destroyers on Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m.

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New Express Restaurant Opens

The new Sweet Tomatoes Express opened Monday in Henderson.

The new restaurant uses the same fresh salad and soup concept as the regular all-you-can-eat Sweet Tomatoes buffet but instead customers will choose what they want on a salad while an employee builds it.  They get the completed meal in a to-go container. Besides custom salads, the menu includes macaroni and cheese, bread and freshly baked cookies.

The first week the restaurant is open guests will also get a chance at a free drink. The first 10 customers every day for the next week will get a reusable Sweet Tomatoes Express cup. They can use it to get free beverages on return visits throughout September. The restaurant is also giving away gift cards and free meals.  

The new Sweet Tomatoes Express is at Eastern Avenue and Horizon Ridge Parkway.

Island Culture Festival Headlined by Music

Island Culture Festival Headlined by Music


Island music will be at the heart of a Henderson cultural festival.

For the first time, Holunape, one of Hawaii’s premier music groups, will headline at this year’s Prince Kuhio Ho’olaule’a Festival in Henderson. The award-winning trio will perform at noon., both Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 at the Henderson Events Plaza, 200 S. Water Street, in the Water Street District. Admission is complimentary.

Comprised of vocalist/bassist Kekoa Kaluhiwa, vocalist/guitarist Kanai’a Nakamura and vocalist/bassist Kama Hopkins, Holunape has been a fan favorite for 10 years. Their acoustic set paints the perfect picture of island life - peaceful, relaxing and true to the aloha spirit. The ensemble’s blend of timeless Hawaiian tunes from the ‘40s and ‘50s with original compositions, which highlight the contemporary sounds found in today’s music, as well as beautiful harmonies and witty humor, appeals to audiences of all generations.

Hours Extended for Immunization Clinic

Health officials are extending hours and locations to keep up with the demand for immunizations before the start of school.

The Southern Nevada Health District will offer immunizations until 6 p.m. Friday at the Ravenholt Public Health Center on Shadow Lane. Students must bring their immunization record and be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

The health district will also be offering vaccinations at the Henderson Public Health Center until 3:30 p.m., and at the Community Outreach Medical Center until 3 p.m. on Friday. 

Shot clinics will also be available at the Galleria Mall in Henderson, the Walmart Supercenter on West Charleston Boulevard and Anthem Hills Pediatrics on South Rainbow Boulevard on Saturday. The Southern Nevada Immunization and Health Coalition is sponsoring some of the weekend shot clinics. For a complete list of locations and times, check out snicnv.org .

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FREE FRIDAY: Lake Las Vegas Jazz Series Continues in August

The free "Jazz on the Lake" concert series continues in August at Lake Las Vegas.

The concert begins at 7 p.m. and runs until 10 p.m.

August 27 –Slick Willie Orchestra –Variety jazz and R&B; Nine piece group performs jazz and blues

Residents, HOAs Look for Options on Foreclosed Homes

HENDERSON, Nev. - Nevada continues to lead the nation in foreclosures and frustration.

"It's frustrating, because there's no real answer. There's no button you can push, no magic wand," said Jeanine Ketsaa with the City of Henderson's Department of Code Enforcement. "It's a definite blight to the community. Your lawn's bad as soon as you turn the water off, and the weeds come through, trees dying, and that's the curb appeal for your neighborhood."

The number of foreclosures may have dropped slightly last month, but that hasn't reduced the number of foreclosed homes that sit abandoned in Las Vegas for months on end. They become such eyesores, neighbors and homeowners associations want to jump in and do what they can to maintain the properties.

Classes Start at Nevada State College

Classes Start at Nevada State College

Classes started Monday at Nevada State College in Henderson.