Washington, DC - The U.S. Forest Service finalized policy guidelines that will open opportunities for ski areas to promote year-round recreation activities that are natural resource-based and that will create additional jobs for communities with ski areas on the National Forests.

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Las Vegas, Nevada - As the twentieth century dawned, bare-knuckle prizefighting was transforming into the popular sport of boxing, yet simultaneously it was banned as immoral in many locales. Nevada was the first state to legalize it, in 1897, solely to stage the Corbett-Fitzsimmons world heavyweight championship in Carson City.

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Las Vegas, Nevada - Join the best career fair of 2014. Jobertising.com has once again partnered with some of Las Vegas’ best companies to bring you the Las Vegas Diversity Career Fair on Thursday, April 17 inside the Addison Exhibit Hall at the Palms Casino Resort. The career fair will take place from 11 AM – 2 PM. Bring plenty of resumes and Dress for Success! Attendance is free.

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Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - There could be big news for small business owners, especially women, looking to enhance their business.

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Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - Here’s a look at a rare chance to use rare earth to help both the Earth and your skin.

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Kennedy Space Center, Florida (NAPSI) - Visitors welcomed the iconic spacecraft Atlantis to its new home at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida last year. The attraction was the most significant addition to the Visitor Complex in recent years, bolstering attendance to this unique destination, known for its mix as part museum, science center and theme park.

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Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - While the elderly are often targeted by scammers, there are ways you can protect yourself and those you care about.

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Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - If you or someone you care about is among the more than 40 million Americans over age 65 or the estimated 8,000 more who reach that age every day a few facts about aging and caring for the aged may be good to know.

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Washington, DC - Four people with paraplegia are able to voluntarily move previously paralyzed muscles as a result of a novel therapy that involves electrical stimulation of the spinal cord, according to a study funded in part by the National Institutes of Health and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. The participants, each of whom had been paralyzed for more than two years, were able to voluntarily flex their toes, ankles, and knees while the stimulator was active, and the movements were enhanced over time when combined with physical rehabilitation.

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Las Vegas, Nevada - Governor Brian Sandoval today released the following statement on the BLM’s determination to conclude their round up:

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