Nevada Unemployment Rate Decline Brings SEB Program to an End

By Jim Donahue The Employment Security Division of Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) announced Monday that the federally funded State extended benefits program would be ending on July 7, 2012. Administrator for the Employment Security Division, Renee Olsen, said in a statement, “This exceptionally severe recession left many people unemployed for long […]

Four Las Vegas local swimmers head to the Olympic Trials

By Justine Espersen Four of southern Nevada’s swimmers are competing in the Olympic Trials of Omaha, Nebraska. Swimmers include Erin Emery, 14, of Palo Verde High School; Catie Miller, 15, of Bishop Gormon High School; Olivia Barker, 17, of Bishop Gormon High School; and Hannon Daigler, 19, originally from Pahrump, who will be attending University […]

Mr. R Radio Show on Hip Hop Live

By Amanda Shore Robert Rickenbacker, or Mr. R, has a great dream: to broadcast to the world unsigned hip hop and R&B artists. I was lucky enough to interview him earlier today to ask about his fantastic radio station and radio history. Mr. R got started as an actor for an online sitcom in New […]