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Little League Sign Up Set for Wednesday

Little League Sign Up Set for Wednesday

Sign ups are set for Wednesday for the new season of Boulder City Little League.

The sign up event is from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Boulder City Library. A second sign up event is set for December 4.

Sign up fees for the upcoming season are as follows:

  • Rookies - $90
  • Minors - $90
  • Majors - $110
  • Juniors - $110

Parents should bring your child's birth certificate and three forms of proof of residence. People can also sign up for the league's Winter Camp at the event.

For more information, go to eteamz.com/bouldercitylittleleague/

Palo Verde Boys, Gaels Girls Swim to Titles; Boulder City sweeps I-A

 

The Panthers of Palo Verde High School came back from Carson City with a state title in Division I, but Boulder City swimmers dominated I-A.

CARSON CITY — Palo Verde boys swimming coach Brent Gonzalez had a simple piece of advice for his 400-yard freestyle relay team Saturday.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Bryce Harper Youngest to Hit Two Homers in Season Opener

Bryce Harper Youngest to Hit Two Homers in Season Opener

Harper already wowing fans in the Nationals' season opener. 

WASHINGTON — Washington Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper is the youngest major leaguer to homer twice in his team’s opening game of a season, delivering solo shots in his first two at-bats Monday.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

More Homeowners Falling Delinquent on Mortgages

LAS VEGAS -- The number of Southern Nevada homeowners delinquent on their mortgage payments has climbed steadily for the past several months. In some cases, it's people just willing to walk away from their homes, and in other cases, homeowners are holding out hope that they will get a loan modification.

In any given neighborhood, chances are good that a homeowner is the process of walking away from their mortgage. In the past, five months was typically the longest a homeowner could stay in their home until the bank would come knocking. But that is no longer the case.

Nick Nolf with The Nolf Group has been in the real estate business through the boom, the bust, and now the slow turn-around.