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Healthline
Sep. 25, 2020

With schools around the United States beginning to cautiously return their students to on-campus classes, many parents have questions.

Las Vegas Weekly
Sep. 24, 2020

An unseen musician plucks a cello in a halting, haunting melody as a seemingly drunken cameraperson flits between images of the Mojave desert at sunrise and artist Brent Holmes dressed as a pantsless cowboy. He stands alone, among the brush and distant mountains, smokes a cigar, eats a peach and dances. In time with the music, handwritten phrases appear on the screen, such as “A gluttony unfulfilled” and “a denless coyote.” Watching Holmes’ video performance piece “Abraxes” is like watching a poem come to life.

El Tiempo
Sep. 23, 2020

"No Mask Nevada" held a rally outside the home of Governor Steve Sisolak in southwest Las Vegas on Monday afternoon to protest his mandate to wear a mask.

Wyoming Public Media
Sep. 22, 2020

Retailer CVS announced plans last week to double its COVID-19 drive-through test sites at locations across the U.S., including in two Mountain West states.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 22, 2020

Communion from a common cup. Handshakes and hugs. Even meeting for coffee and doughnuts after the service. All are worship practices that have disappeared over the past six months as the coronavirus pandemic hit Southern Nevada.

Las Vegas Sun
Sep. 22, 2020

UNLV alumna Yanneli Llamas spent two years helping her parents obtain legal residency. They earned it in December, weeks before COVID-19 upended the United States.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 22, 2020

No Mask Nevada hosted a rally in front of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s southwest Las Vegas home on Monday afternoon to protest his mandate on face coverings.

El Tiempo
Sep. 21, 2020

The Las Vegas Cosmopolitan topped reports on possible COVID-19 exposures in June, July and August in southern Nevada, according to state disease research analyzes obtained by the Review-Journal.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 18, 2020

More than 1 in 4 Clark County residents who tested positive for COVID-19 over the past month told disease investigators they had visited a resort, hotel or motel, the state revealed Thursday.

Well and Good
Sep. 18, 2020

An unpublished press release from the United States Postal Service details an early plan to distribute 650 million face masks beginning in April. The plan, blocked by the Trump administration, would have provided five reusable cotton face masks to every American household. Orleans and Jefferson parishes in Louisiana would have been the first areas to receive face coverings, with deliveries then going to King County, Washington; Wayne County, Michigan; and New York, reports the Washington Post.