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Ihor Lakatosh's Story: How Healing the Body Helps the Soul

(Photo credits: AP / Michael Dwyer)

For those who have a healthy, working body, it’s easy to take it for granted. It’s only when our body isn’t working so well that we realize how profound an impact our body has on our life . 971 more words


Dexter Durlin - PEG Scholarship Recipient, "Never Too Late to Follow Your Dreams"

FOCUS: Associate of Arts in Pre-education

Dexter Durlin pursued his dream of a college education only after his children completed their own degree. He applied to Mitchell Community College to add an Associate’s degree in business to his auctioneer’s license; however, students and faculty encouraged him to consider a teaching career. 359 more words

Phoenix Society

Teen Bonfire Injures Seven

(LAS VEGAS, KXNT)–The Clark County County Fire Department says its investigating a bonfire in which several people suffered burns.

Investigators say it was a group of high school kids or young adults who built the bonfire in the desert south of Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson Monday night. 53 more words


Chelsea Crawford, PEG Scholarship Recipient, Pursues Lifelong Dream of Being a Neonatal Nurse

Focus: Nursing

Becoming a neonatal nurse has been a lifelong dream for Chelsea. She has always felt she was meant to work with children. An educational grant from the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, provided by a donation from AlloSource, will help her work towards her career goal. 435 more words

Phoenix Society

Night nurse

I am on duty today covering the hospital. What that means is that I am in charge of all decision making tasks involving the administration. Nursing officers who are registered nurses do this on a rotational basis during off peak hours, when the administration is away. 818 more words