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Las Vegas Review Journal - Lawmakers consider NSHE breakup as regents talk consolidation

January 21, 2016

Lawmakers consider NSHE breakup as regents talk consolidation

Las Vegas Sun - 15 candidates step up to challenge four CCSD incumbents

March 18, 2016

15 candidates step up to challenge four CCSD incumbents

Two lawmakers hope to fix difficulties of transferring college credits in Nevada

Las Vegas Review Journal - Silberkraus seeks re-election

November 01, 2015

Silberkraus seeks re-election

Las Vegas Sun - School Board makes peace with Moapa by reinstating citizen-led panel

March 10, 2016

School Board makes peace with Moapa by reinstating citizen-led panel

Las Vegas Sun - Act of vengeance? CCSD trustee tells rural board it technically doesn’t exist

November 18, 2015

Act of vengeance? CCSD trustee tells rural board it technically doesn’t exist

Las Vegas Sun - CCSD’s future: Talks turn to splitting administration, not the district itself

February 03, 2016

CCSD’s future: Talks turn to splitting administration, not the district itself

Las Vegas Sun - Initial leaders chosen to oversee breakup of Clark County School District

Initial leaders chosen to oversee breakup of Clark County School District

Washington Times - Legislature adjourns for night; much left to do

December 16, 2015

The Latest: Legislature adjourns for night; much left to do

Las Vegas Review Journal - Sandoval signs education bills, lauds lawmakers

Sandoval signs education bills, lauds lawmakers

Las Vegas Review Journal - Nevada Legislature OKs record budget, adjourns

Nevada Legislature OKs record budget, adjourns

Las Vegas Sun - Legislature approves anti-bullying bill backed by Sandoval

Legislature approves anti-bullying bill backed by Sandoval

Las Vegas Review Journal - Tension, politics and personality mark planning for CCSD breakup

January 30, 2016

Tension, politics and personality mark planning for CCSD breakup

Las Vegas Sun - Bill would give Nevada first-in-nation presidential primary

Bill would give Nevada first-in-nation presidential primary

Las Vegas Sun - Assembly bill could break up CCSD

Assembly bill could break up CCSD

Las Vegas Sun - Unions oppose bill that would bar managers from joining

Unions oppose bill that would bar managers from joining 

 

Las Vegas Review Journal - Crash course convenes for new lawmakers in Carson City

Crash course convenes for new lawmakers in Carson City

Las Vegas Review Journal - EDITORIAL: For Assembly

EDITORIAL: For Assembly

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HENDERSON GETS ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE.

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Henderson businessman Stephen Silberkraus announced last week he will be a Republican candidate for the Assembly District 29 seat held by Democrat Lesley Cohen. The district lies mostly in Henderson and includes the Green Valley neighborhood.Silberkraus, 32, said he is running on a platform to improve public education and create more jobs by diversifying the economy.

 

“When you see that things are not being done well, you have two choices: You can stand by, or you can work to make things better. I care about the welfare of the community and the future that my son will face.”

 

Silberkraus operates a small multimedia and publishing company and has lived in Henderson since 2001. Over the past two years, Silberkraus has been working with NASA and the California Science Center about the decommissioning and history of the space shuttle....

 

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LACK OF FUNDS HAMPER OPERAS' EFFORTS

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The opera scene in Las Vegas remains in flux despite a cultural renaissance fueled by The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and the burgeoning Arts District.

 

The two established local independent opera companies struggle to raise money to stage productions, which often are more elaborate and costly than those presented by other arts organizations. This leaves the UNLV Opera Theater program as the most consistent presenter of opera productions in the valley.

 

However...

 

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INSTANT ANTIQUARIAN - Stephen Silberkraus preserves a fleeting art form.

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Coco Chanel famously said that “fashion is made to become unfashionable.” The same is true for technology, which is made to become obsolete. Most of us rush forward to acquire new inventions, leaving a trail of forgotten iPhones, tape decks and film cameras in our wake.

 

Not so for Stephen Silberkraus, who collects that old purveyor of instant gratification: Polaroids. He has 178 cameras, more than 2,000 photos and cases of expired, out-of-production film. “It’s definitely a little eccentric, I’m not going to lie,” Silberkraus says. “But it started really simply. I didn’t even realize how many I had until I sat down to count one day, and went, ‘Oh, my God, what have I done?’”

 

 

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Henderson Gets Assembly Candidate.

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