Five County Fair Wed, 05 Oct 2022 18:21:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Five County Fair 32 32 Fall Community Cleanup dates released Wed, 05 Oct 2022 18:21:00 +0000

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) — The City of Reno has announced the dates for its fall cleanup.

The community is invited to come and bring the appropriate waste to each event, or to volunteer their time.

“We can all play a part in keeping our city clean and beautiful, which is why we’re thrilled to provide residents with multiple cleaning opportunities this fall,” said Reno Mayor Hillary. Schieve. “As the temperatures begin to cool, it’s a great time to clean up in and around our homes and get rid of excess trash. We hope to see you there, Reno!

The dates and times for these cleaning events are as follows:

Ward 3 – sign up to volunteer

  • Saturday, October 8, 2022
  • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (or when the bins are full)
  • Vaughn High School – 1200 Bresson Ave, Reno, NV 89502
  • Bins only

Ward 1 – sign up to volunteer

  • Saturday, October 15, 2022
  • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (or when the bins are full)
  • Swope Middle School – 901 Keele Dr., Reno, NV 89509
  • Bins only

Ward 2- sign up to volunteer

  • Sunday, October 16, 2022
  • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (or when the bins are full)
  • Huffaker Elementary School – 980 Wheatland Rd, Reno, NV 89511
  • Hazardous and electronic waste only (no trash cans)

Ward 5 – sign up to volunteer

  • Saturday – October 22, 2022
  • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (or when the bins are full)
  • Clayton Middle School – 1295 Wyoming Ave in Reno, NV 89503
  • Bins only

Items accepted for trash include large trash and debris, grass clippings, tree and hedge clippings, and bicycles. Items not accepted include hazardous materials, refrigerators or microwaves, and electronics.

Henderson approves plans for Hindu temple in rural neighborhood Wed, 05 Oct 2022 06:29:00 +0000

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — It was a marathon reunion at Henderson City Hall on Tuesday night. The heated debate lasted for hours: should a Hindu temple be built in a rural district? The response from Henderson City Council – yes – but not unanimously.

“It’s just a zoning issue. It’s not a religious issue, said Mike Anderson, who lives near where the temple would be built near Kiel Street and Berlin Avenue next to Lake Mead Parkway in a rural part of Henderson. .

“We don’t have a sewage system here, only septic tanks. We have no streetlights or sidewalks, very few road signs and several streets are dead ends. This complex should be built on property designed for this type of facility,” Anderson argued.

Dozens of neighbors near the proposed temple site showed up to the meeting wearing matching orange shirts to show their opposition, saying it would cause traffic and noise, which would rob them of their quiet way of life like climbing riding around the neighborhood.

“I moved there because of the rurality…I get out of my yard and there I’m free to ride where I want,” said one woman.

The American Hindu Association is applying for a permit to build a Hindu temple, a multi-purpose hall, and residences for priests and pilgrims on five acres of land.

“We would like to have a temple so we can have our yoga session, meditation as we get older…we Indians are very quiet people…we love people,” one supporter said. Henderson City Attorney Nicholas Vaskov briefed the council on the federal law protecting religious groups.

“Religious institutions often face both subtle and overt discrimination in zoning, especially newer, smaller, and unknown religious groups and minority denominations,” Vaskov said at the meeting.

“The city is in a very difficult position,” suggested Councilman Dan Shaw. Shaw expressed concerns about the possibility of a lawsuit regardless of how the council decided to vote.

“The one thing that concerns me the most … is whether we will be prosecuted by the Department of Justice,” Shaw said.

After a permit to build the temple was approved, opponents told FOX5 they would now take the matter to court.

“As Shaw has made very clear, he is being sued one way or another, so having a judge review the case on record is the next step,” revealed Autumn Hood, who lives near of where the temple will be built.

Councilwoman Michelle Romero was the only one not to vote, all other Henderson City Council members voted to approve the temple.

Those behind the Hindu temple agreed to make changes to their original design to better suit the neighborhood, including lowering a 6ft wall around the property, reducing the height of the main temple building and reducing the number of parking spaces.

The council said it would review the temple occupancy certificate in a year.

Countdown to the Las Vegas Bowl: Could it be LSU-Oregon? Tue, 04 Oct 2022 03:13:00 +0000

The Las Vegas Bowl, to be played Dec. 17 at Allegiant Stadium, will feature a team from the Southeastern Conference for the first time. This crew will face a Pac-12 opponent.

Here is a brief explanation of how the teams will be selected and an early projection for which teams might make it happen.


The Las Vegas Bowl gets the second pick for Pac-12 teams. The conference champion is automatically selected for the Rose Bowl unless they make the College Football Playoffs, in which case the second-best Pac-12 team goes to Pasadena, Calif.

The Alamo Bowl takes precedence next, but may pass over a school with a better record if it played in the Alamo Bowl in the previous season. The Las Vegas Bowl takes the best remaining team.


The selection process for the SEC is more complicated. The conference champion plays in the Sugar Bowl, but if he makes the CFP, the second-best team goes to New Orleans instead. Then the Citrus Bowl takes the best available SEC team, before the Las Vegas Bowl and five other bowl games can bid on bowl-eligible SEC teams.

Early screening: LSU vs. Oregon

It’s extremely early to make solid predictions, but No. 12 Oregon and No. 25 LSU are strong contenders. The Tigers are already set to play at Allegiant Stadium in 2024 in the Vegas Kickoff Classic.

The Ducks, because they played in the 2021 Alamo Bowl, are more likely to be available for the Las Vegas Bowl than Utah, another attractive option. Oregon and Utah have a loss.

Reno Arch Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness | New Sun, 02 Oct 2022 02:59:00 +0000

The fourth annual Paint Nevada Pink begins October 1 in downtown Reno as the Reno Arch lights up pink at dusk.

Paint Nevada Pink organizer Nevada Cancer Coalition, as well as breast cancer doctors, survivors and advocates will gather under the arch as it is lit pink for a photo op and, likely, a big cheer.

Reno‘s arch will remain pink throughout October to help raise awareness of the importance of regular screening mammograms to help catch breast cancers earlier, when they’re easier to treat.

A number of businesses in northern Nevada — and others across the state — are turning their signs and buildings pink in October to help raise breast cancer awareness.

The key Paint Nevada Pink campaign action that accompanies all of this awareness is that Nevadans pledge to get screened for breast cancer within the next 12 months or remind a loved one to get screened for breast cancer. .

“Breast cancer screening can be daunting, overwhelming and low priority for some women who wonder when to start screening, how often and if they are affected by factors such as genetics or breast tissue density” , Cari Herington, executive director of the Nevada Cancer Coalition, said. “Since we launched Paint Nevada Pink, we’ve been able to help our partners promote a consistent message: annual mammograms starting at age 40 can catch breast cancers earlier when they’re most treatable.

“We also encourage women to start the conversation with their healthcare providers before they turn 40 to determine if they should begin screening earlier due to family history or increased risk factors, added Herington. .

For more information or to take the pledge, visit

Marshals fall to Henderson County 49-7 Sat, 01 Oct 2022 15:45:56 +0000

Parker Gibbs’ receptions late in the third quarter helped move the ball for the Marshals, which led to a fourth-quarter touchdown in Friday’s 49-7 loss to Henderson County.

Round 1 of the 6A playoffs in 2007 was the last time Marshall County beat Henderson County and since that year they have lost 10 straight. The Colonels are currently one of the top 6A teams in the state, entering Friday’s home game against the Marshals with a 4-1 record. Their only loss to 4A power Boyle County who are also rolling with an undefeated season.

Last week, the Colonels held Paducah Tilghman to just two rushing yards in their 30-13 win thanks in part to senior linebacker Saadiq Clements, who had four tackles and five sacks. Clements ranks first in 6A stats in sacks and is verbally committed to Purdue.

After their own tough rush week against Daviess County with less than 10 yards, the Marshals unofficially picked up 22 against Henderson County but were much better through the air Friday with 147 yards on five passes.

Senior Jordan Wright, who entered Friday’s game with 483 rushing yards and one of the top 10 rushers in the state, scored the Colonels’ first touchdown on a 31-yard run and senior Jaheim Williams scored the second from the two-yard line and with four minutes left in the first quarter, the Colonels’ lead was 14-0.

A fumble on the Marshals’ next possession led to another Henderson County touchdown when Luke Dalton picked it up and brought it back to the 11 yards to give the Colonels a 21-0 lead.

The Marshals got the ball back on an interception of Trajdon Davis by Gavin Clark and ended the first quarter with some first down runs from Aiden Dunigan. Practice ended to start the second quarter and the Marshals had to clear.

On the Colonels’ next possession, a long pass from Davis to Turner Mattingly was denied the touchdown when Gavin Clark pushed it over the three-yard line, but Wright scored his second touchdown on the next play for the put up 28-0.

The Colonels scored two more touchdowns before halftime – the first on a nine-yard pass to Koien Banks and the second, Wright’s third touchdown of the game from the yard line after a kickoff return. clearance to the six by Williams. The lead was 42-0 at halftime.

Henderson County opened the second half with the ball, but not long after Dunigan forced a fumble. A few fine receptions from Parker Gibbs moved the ball to the Colonels 34-yard line before the quarter ended quickly with a clock up.

With Dalton Hartman taking the snaps, the Marshals moved the ball to the five and Landon Utley’s touchdown capped an 89-yard drive to put them on the board.

A Colonels final touchdown came on a five-yard run from Anthony Burrus after an 80-yard drive for the final 49-7.

After a bye week on Friday, the Marshals (3-4) will look to their Oct. 14 game at Apollo for one last chance at a win in 6A District 1. Apollo is 1-5 and down 34 -14 Friday against McCracken County. They will face Henderson County next Friday.

Some Class 6A stats going into Friday’s game, the Marshals had three players in the top 30 rushers in the state. Ranked 26th, Kameron Bowerman had 285 yards on 31 carries. Landon Utley, ranked 27th, had 336 yards on 57 carries and Aiden Dunigan with 311 yards on 32 carries was ranked 29th. Logan Parker was ranked fifth in tackles after attempts with 23 of 26. Utley ranked 14th in tackles with a total of 47 solo and combined with assists.

Marshall County 0 0 0 7 – seven
Henderson County 21 21 0 7 – 49

Heading into Friday’s game, Logan Parker ranked fifth among Class 6A kickers with 23 of 26 points after attempts and he added one more after the Marshals’ fourth-quarter touchdown against County County. Henderson.

Circus visionary behind iconic Las Vegas Mystery shows, ‘O’ dies at 69 Fri, 30 Sep 2022 22:52:40 +0000

LAS VEGAS — Entertainment visionary Franco Dragone, creator of Cirque du Soleil’s iconic Mystère and “O” shows on the Las Vegas Strip, has died. He was 69 years old.

In a statement on Friday, Cirque described Dragone as an “industry icon” who “has contributed invaluably to the success of Cirque du Soleil.”

“His passing is a loss not only to his family, but to the entire industry,” the statement read.

More details about his death were not immediately available.

Friday night performances of Mystère and “O” in Las Vegas will be dedicated to Dragone and his life’s work.

He brought Mystery to the Treasure Island hotel-casino in 1993 and “O” to the Bellagio in 1998.

In addition to these shows, he was responsible for many of Cirque’s most successful productions in Las Vegas and around the world, including New Experience (1990-1993), La Nouba (1998-2017) and the favorite of the fans Alegría, established in 1994 and is still touring today after more than 5,000 shows in over 250 cities.

The art director was born in 1952 in the small southern Italian village of Cairano, according to Dragone’s website, but grew up in Belgium, where his family settled in the mining town of La Louvière.

Cirque du Soleil acrobats perform in Mystère at the Treasure Island hotel-casino in Las Vegas.

While studying drama at the Mons Conservatory in Belgium, he fell in love with political theater and commedia dell’arte, an early form of theater involving improvised dialogue originating in Italy.

In the 1980s he “followed his passions across the Atlantic” to join the fledgling Cirque du Soleil, and as creative director he was behind 10 shows in the 1990s.

He then founded his own eponymous entertainment company, Dragone Creations, which he launched in his hometown of La Louvière.