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Sisolak, aiming to grow energy industry, tours UNLV lab

Sisolak Discusses COVID-19 Numbers

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Gov. Steve Sisolak discusses NevadaOs recent COVID-19 figures during a press conference at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, in Las Vegas.

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday toured a UNLV lab researching technology that could allow for the transmission of electricity over long distances, something the Democratic governor said could potentially grow Nevada’s energy industry.

Sisolak’s visit Friday followed his pledge in his State of the State speech earlier this month to diversify Nevada’s tourist-reliant economy.

UNLV physicist Ashkan Salamat led Sisolak

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Clay Center hosts interactive, live video tours | Arts & Entertainment

Ever looked at a portrait and wondered what, exactly, you’re supposed to be seeing?

Oh, sure, there’s a person staring back at you with a mysterious look, or perhaps a secretive smile that makes you wonder what they’re really up to.

You might like it, feel drawn to it. But what is it that makes this particular picture museum worthy and notable?

These days, you don’t need a degree in fine art or a class in art appreciation to figure it out.

The Clay Center has launched “Inside Look,” an interactive, live video tour featuring — a few at a

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Miller House tours to return

COLUMBUS, Ind. — The popular Miller House and Garden Tours return at half-capacity for health reasons beginning March 5 in Columbus.

And organizers expect most, if not all, will sell out quickly just as they did at that level last year. The 90-minute tours cost $25 per person and normally include 12 people each since groups must be brought to the grounds on Highland Way by a small shuttle bus.

In recent years, the home and gardens completed in 1957 have been closed in January and February for general maintenance.

But, for most of last year, Newfields, which owns and

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Tours to Vietnam’s northern region cancelled as virus resurges

HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam/News/ANN): Many booked tours to the northern provinces for the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday have been postponed or changed amid the resurgence of Covid-19 infections in the area two weeks before the holiday, travel firms have said.

Tours to the northern provinces saw strong demand for the Tết holiday as visitors from the tropical south sought to experience cold weather in the north.

A representative from Saigontourist said that customers were told about tour cancellation and postponement policies when they booked tours.

Most customers from HCM City with tours to the northeast and northwest regions

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