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Sep 19, 2019

Mourners gather at park to remember UNLV student found shot to death - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Scores of faces glowed in the flicker of candlelight. Friends and family gathered Thursday night at Desert Horizons Park in North Las Vegas to remember Paula Davis, the 19-year-old woman who was found shot to death at the park on Sept. 6. They shared stories of Davis’ kindness, talent, sense of humor and love for others. “There’s no string of words that can come from my lips to reach your ears that I feel does justice to the person I knew and loved,” 20-year-old Joseph Rios told the crowd. A makeshift memorial for Davis sat in parking spaces at the park near Simmons Street and Gowan Road. A black-and-white photo of her in a camouflage shirt stood above flowers and candles that spelled out the UNLV student’s name. Standing near the memorial, Davis’ father, Sean, thanked the detectives who worked on his daughter’s case. Officers watched from the back of the crowd. “On behalf of the family, I can say that you don’t think about all of those things that are part of what you might need at one point in your life, but when you do, that is a great comfort,” he said. Police arrested 21-year-old Giovanni Ruiz on Tuesd...

Oct 26, 2018

Flower One, Owner of Nevada's Largest Cannabis Cultivation and Production Facility, Acquires Key Retail Property

TORONTO, Oct. 23, 2018 /CNW/ - Flower One Holdings Inc. (CSE: FONE) ("Flower One" or the "Company") is pleased to announce a property acquisition in North Las Vegas from an arm's length third party for total cash consideration of $1.15 million to support its future retail presence. The property is a freestanding former bank building offering important security attributes beneficial to the Company's retail strategy. The building is conveniently located within close proximity to the major retail corridor in North Las Vegas, the Cannery Hotel & Casino, the Company's 455,000 square foot flagship cultivation and production facility, which is the largest in Nevada, and NLV Organic Inc.'s fully operational 25,000 square foot cultivation and production facility. The Company has submitted applications for multiple Recreational Marijuana Establishment Licenses within the State of Nevada; an opportunity only available to existing operational cannabis license holders. The Nevada's Department of Taxation anticipates awarding dispensary licenses to successful applicants in December 2018. "Flower One's core business in Nevada will continue to focus on cannabis cultivation, processing and high-volume packaging," said Flower One's President and CEO, Ken Villazor. "However, we want...

Oct 26, 2018

Newly Public Flower One to Buy Nevada Cannabis Cultivator for $27.2 Million

NLV Organics, Inc. and related parties (“NLVO”), to purchase a 100% interest in a property in North Las Vegas, Nevada, and all of the business’ tangible and intangible assets. The acquisition of NLVO’s assets also brings to Flower One a team of experienced cultivators and producers and therefore immediate understanding of post-harvest production techniques and supply relationships to over 30 operating dispensaries in the state. NLVO is a fully operational 25,000 square foot cultivation and production facility located in the City of North Las Vegas. It is fully licensed to grow and process cannabis for both the medical and recreational markets in Nevada. NLVO has nine grow rooms capable of cultivating a total of 4,500 plants per cycle. This transaction is more than an acquisition, it is a true partnership that strengthens Flower One’s business model and our ability to tightly execute market entry in Nevada. Flower One’s President and CEO, Ken Villazor We have worked closely with NLVO’s founders and management for several months. The collaboration and knowledge transfer between our organizations has been exceptional and, for Flower One, has validated how accretive this acquisition will be for our company and our shareholders. “We are excited to join the Flower One team,” states Salpy Boyajian, President and CEO of NLVO. “The scale and sophistication of the Flower One operation coupled with our expertise and domai...

Oct 26, 2018

North Las Vegas family mourns mother, 2 siblings shot to death

Susan Nash’s daughter Dejona’e Nash, 20, and her son Deonte’ Nash, 31, of North Las Vegas. Their deaths were ruled homicides. Vases with flowers lined the interior of their house Tuesday afternoon, while mourning wreaths displayed at a vigil Monday evening sat in the corner of the living space by the back door. The surviving Nash brothers sat in the living room along a low wall decorated with a few vases. They occasionally took sips from red plastic cups as they spoke about their family, remembering the loved ones whose lives were taken Sunday. They asked people to donate to a GoFundMe page to support burial costs and help the family keep the house. “My momma was a queen. My sister was a princess. They need to go out that way,” De’Andre Nash said. “My big brother was a king.” His big brother, Deonte’, would poke his siblings and do anything he could to make them laugh or smile, De’Andre Nash said. He would walk around the house with his ear buds in and sing along to a song that nobody else could hear. He was a much better dancer than a singer, but that wouldn’t stop him from singing songs “word for word,” De’Angelo Nash said. And he loved animals, his brothers said, to the point where he’d had “over 200” animals — including dogs, fish, birds, lizards, a snake and a rabbit — during the years they lived on Rejoice Street. He wanted to get a crocodile, but his mom wouldn’t let him, his brothers said. “He was our Doctor Doolittle,” De’Angelo Nash said. De’Andre Nash’s 8-year-old son, De’Anthony, said losing his grandmother has left him feeling “horribly sad.” His grandma took them shopping for Halloween toys and candy last month, he said. And their uncle let them play with his many pets, including his dog Jamaica and his iguana. His aunt took them to her job at a Burger King and let them have free chocolate and vanilla ice cream, De’Anthony recalled. ‘My baby’ The brothers called their late sister “Nae Nae.” Tears ran down their cheeks when asked about her. They took a moment to collect themselves. De’Angelo Nash spoke first. “That was my baby,” he said. Their 20-year-old sister was raised with her...

Apr 20, 2017

Wildflower hike bursts with colors at Spring Mountain Ranch

Low also pointed to the woolly bluestar, also known as amsonia. The soft, blue star-shaped flowers bloom in the late spring or early summer.North Las Vegas resident Justin Navarrette said he came with his wife and two young sons because their family’s goal is to do 52 hikes this year. So far they’re on No. 11.“These tours are just great because it teaches our kids to appreciate nature and teaches us about the wildlife around Las Vegas,” Navarrette said. “Plus, it’s good exercise.”Hikers saw more than plants and flowers Sunday. Low caught a California chorus frog tadpole in his hands and found a darkling beetle that he passed around. The kids were especially fascinated with both.As hikers traversed the dirt trail, Low warned about cactuses, which “can be aggressive this time of year.” At one point, he had people stop and smell a flower root.He picked up the plant and had people guess what it smelled like. Some people guessed beets or carrots; others thought it just smelled familiar.It was a wild radish.“It’s such a familiar smell,” Low said, “but out of context, it’s kind of hard to place.”As people passed by bushy bright orange flowers, Low identified them as globe mallows. They’re from the family of plants that produces marshmallow flavor, he said.By a stand of 300-year-old ash trees, Low had people rub together dry leaves called yerba mansa to release their scent.“It smells like black pepper, maybe a type of spice,” someone said.“There’s no wrong answer,” Low said. “I think it smells like spicy dirt.”After the two-hour trek, hikers left with new knowledge.“This is a really informative tour,” Las Vegan Sara Greco said. “It’s nice to get out in nature and learn new things about the area that you live in. This is a beautiful location that’s just in the midst of the desert.”Contact Sandy Lopez at or 702-383-4686. Follow @JournalismSandy on Twitter.Spring Mountain State Park Upcoming Events for April:— Family Yoga on the Meadow at 10 a.m. April 12— Archery at the Ranch at 10 a.m. April 14— Morning Yoga on the Meadow at 10 a.m. April 15— Cabin Fever Dutch Oven Cooking Program at 11 a.m. April 15— Ranger-Guided Night Hike at 7 p.m. April 21— Mo...

Mar 16, 2017

Cooperative Extension's master gardeners offer expert advice

On April 8, master gardeners will discuss April flowers and, on May 20, it’s “Hot Summer Colors.” Tours start at 10 a.m.In North Las Vegas, the Cooperative Extension’s Research Center and Demonstration Orchard is at 4600 Horse Road and is open to visitors Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays from 7 a.m. until n... (Las Vegas Review-Journal)


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