Chamber Network Breakfast to Cover ‘College and Workforce Ready Graduates! A Solution for Saving Time and Money’

Drs. Hawk of Nevada State High School to present for Henderson Chamber HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly networking breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, at Wildhorse Golf Club, 2100 W. Warm Springs Road. During the breakfast, Drs. John and Wendi Hawk, founders and operators of Nevada State High School, will present “College … [Read more...]

Retiring in the Lap of Taxpayer-Funded Luxury

How pensions in Nevada are often better than paychecks Know a public employee in Nevada who is looking for a pay raise? Tell him to retire. According to a new analysis made possible by the court-ordered release of Nevada’s Public Employee Retirement System payment records, once-public employees in the Silver State are making golden pensions — so generous that their … [Read more...]

Educating, Connecting Entrepreneurs; Median Home Price Hits $200,000; 5K to Raise Funds for Kids with Cancer

Las Vegas Will Launch 1 Million Cups to Educate, Connect Local Entrepreneurs 1 Million Cups, a program to engage, educate and connect entrepreneurs, launched in Las Vegas on Wednesday,  August 13. The weekly event will be located in the inNEVation Center, powered by Switch. 1 Million Cups is a weekly gathering that is building startup communities over cups of coffee and … [Read more...]

Henderson Chamber to Host Pat Skorkowsky for Sept. 9 Breakfast

Pat Skorkowsky, superintendent of the Clark County School District, will be the guest speaker during the Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s network breakfast.

Clark County School District superintendent to introduce ‘Pledge of Achievement’ HENDERSON, Nev. – Pat Skorkowsky, superintendent of the Clark County School District, will be the guest speaker during the Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s network breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9. The event will take place at Sunset Station’s Sunset Room, 1301 W. Sunset Road, in … [Read more...]

Henderson Chamber hosts I CAN BE events at Foothill, Silverado

The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will host the I CAN BE program, geared to help local freshmen better plan for their future and achieve their goals.

Feb. 12, March 14 events help high school freshmen plan for their futures HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will host the I CAN BE program, a one-day event geared to help local freshmen better plan for their future and achieve their goals. This year the program will take place at two high schools, at Foothill High School, 800 College Drive, Wednesday, … [Read more...]

Henderson International School Welcomes Two New Principals

Henderson International School has two new administrators, lower school Principal John Heffron and middle school Principal Christopher Bezsylko.

HENDERSON, Nev. Henderson International School, a private preschool through 8th-grade college preparatory school, announced it began the 2013-2014 school year with two new administrators, lower school Principal John Heffron and middle school Principal Christopher Bezsylko. Heffron, as lower school principal, oversees faculty, drives enrollment and supports general education … [Read more...]

Partnerships Wanted: Education Outlook

Nevada Education Outlook: Partnerships Wanted

It would be cynical to say that the future of education in Nevada hinges on money. After all, doesn’t just about everything? Instead, education’s future across the Silver State will have more to do with utility: giving students better tools with which to achieve success, and the private sector, the trained and educated workforce, managers and entrepreneurs it will need to … [Read more...]

Special Report: City of Henderson

Today, Henderson is a far cry from the small industrial center it once was. And yet, Nevada’s second largest city still exemplifies the can-do spirit.

Honoring Past Businesses, Recognizing Present Companies & Welcoming Industries of the Future Incorporated in 1953, Henderson, Nev. was born “in America’s defense” with the building of the Basic Magnesium Plant in 1943 during World War II. The plant supplied the U.S. War Department with magnesium for munitions and airplane parts that would eventually help the United States … [Read more...]