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More Stores Planned for Downtown Outlet Mall

More Stores Planned for Downtown Outlet Mall

The Las Vegas Premium Outlets-North says it is expanding. It plans to add 35 new stores over the next three years.

"We have been here a long time and there is a constant demand from both customers and merchants alike," Alexandra Goranson with the Las Vegas Premium Outlets-North said. "Certainly, we would not make moves like this without good feelings and good demands."

The center mostly caters to tourists. However, with more businesses and people moving downtown, locals are also shopping there.

"Downtown Las Vegas is the place and everyone is starting to feel that." Goranson said.

Las Vegan Elaine Panter says there are more things to do downtown, from the Smith Center to bars and restaurants on Fremont Street. She is spending more time in the area and says having more places to shop will be a plus.

New Farmers Market Opens Next Week

New Farmers Market Opens Next Week


LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A new farmers market in downtown Las Vegas will feature cooking demonstrations from local celebrity chefs and year-round access to fresh produce from California, Nevada and Utah.

The Downtown3rd Farmers Market is scheduled to open on March 9. It will be held every Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Casino Center Drive. Free parking will be provided.

The indoor market will also include a zone for children activities and food truck vendors.

Workshops Target Awareness of Cyber Security

Workshops Target Awareness of Cyber Security


Protecting information online will be the focus of two upcoming federally sponsored workshops.

Clark County will host two initial kickoff workshops at 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Wednesday to provide an overview of cyber security awareness training that Nevada has been selected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to receive.

The training, part of the Community Cyber Security Maturity Model program, helps communities in assessing their cyber security awareness, response and recovery capabilities through a series of classes, exercises and post-exercise assessments. Training participants include government leaders, agency directors and business and industry executives. Clark and Washoe counties were the two communities selected to participate in the 14-month program, and Nevada is one of two states in the country chosen.

New Health Card Office Set to Open


A new health card office will soon open in east Las Vegas.

Health card services offered by the Southern Nevada Health District at its East Las Vegas Public Health Center will be unavailable Thursday, Feb. 16 while the program is moved to a new location in the same complex.

The new health cards office, 570 N. Nellis Blvd., Ste. E-12 will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21. For more information, visit the health district website, www.SNHD.info.

The East Las Vegas Public Health Center is open Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (closed on Friday). Services include health cards, birth/death certificates, family planning services (by appointment), children’s exams (by appointment), women’s healthcare services, and immunizations for adults and children.

Health district public health centers are located at: