Female Athlete of the Year: Madeleine Hebert, Coronado swimming

May 25, 2023

Madeleine Hebert was never athletic as a young child. She got involved in sports through dancing, and it was fun to start.

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Lombardo beats deadline in signing education funding bill

The deal averts threats from Lombardo that he would reject any budget bills until his legislative priorities were considered by the legislature and formally approves more than $12 billion in public education appropriations for the 2023-2025 biennium. Author:

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The betting market’s take on the Vegas Golden Knights and Florida Panthers leading up to their Stanley Cup showdown

The Golden Knights were actually bigger favorites in their first Stanley Cup Final appearance five years ago, at -150 ahead of an upset series loss to the Washington Capitals. Author:

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Jonathan Marchessault ranks as a full-fledged Vegas Golden Knights legend amid another dominant playoff run

“I like playing this time of year,” Marchessault said after dispatching Dallas. “Regular season, yeah, it’s fun, but it’s like more of a routine. In the playoffs, it’s another animal. That’s what fuels me.” Author:

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Nevada’s rural school districts, maxed out on property taxes, seek help for aging buildings

Unlike the schools in urban centers like Las Vegas, Ely’s David E. Norman Elementary is 114 years old. In addition to being dilapidated for lack of funding to keep it modernized, it was not ... Author:

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How Golden Knights goalie Hill became an unlikely playoff hero

Beginning June 3, Hill will be in the starter’s crease for Vegas’ Stanley Cup Final series against Florida — and he won’t look out of place ... Author:

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Five things to know about the Eastern Conference champion Florida Panthers

Up next for the Vegas Golden Knights: Matthew Tkachuk, Bob and the rats. Author:

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Senate panel considers expansion of Nevada film tax program

Nevada lawmakers are considering a proposal to vastly expand Nevada’s film tax program, hearing Wednesday from film executives and analysts about how the plan would ... Author:

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Southern Nevada officials clarify COVID changes post-public health emergency

COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government “will remain free to everyone regardless of insurance coverage.” After the federal supply is depleted, vaccinations will be covered by public and private insurance. Author:

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ON THE MOVE: Durango Casino Resort announces assistant general manager

Durango Casino Resort has announced Christy Eigenrauch as the new vice president and assistant general manager of the property that is set to debut later this year. In her role, Eigenrauch will support all aspects of the resort and oversee all pre-opening operations. Author:

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Former, current VGK players sell homes

A former Vegas Golden Knight sold his Summerlin home for $11 million, while a current Golden Knight sold his Summit Club lot for $7.5 million. Author:

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