Category: You Report

SAINT Bowling For Pets

On Sunday, August 24, SAINT (Saving Animals In Need Together) will be hosting “Bowling For Pets”, a fundraiser to help support the organizations efforts in improving the lives of animals in the community. Bowling will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Riverside Resort, 1650 S. Casino Drive in Laughlin, NV. Tickets are $20 per person, 50% of which is donated directly to SAINT. There will also be a raffle and a 50/50 to raise additional funds. To register your team, call Jackie at the Riverside Resort, 928-763-7070 ext. 5180. SAINT, is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, founded...

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SAINT Wag & Wine Fundraiser – September 13, 2014

On Saturday, September 13 from 6-8:30 p.m., SAINT (Saving Animals In Need Together) will be hosting their annual Wag & Wine fundraiser catered by Mohave Steakhouse and featuring wines from around the world. The fundraiser will be held at Vista Del Sol, formerly Sun Mission Resort, located off of the Bullhead City Parkway at 3249 Felipe Dr. Tickets are $25 per person, with $14 of each ticket sold going to help improve the lives of animals in our community. Tickets can be purchased at Donn Williams Jewelers, located at 1788 Hwy 95 or by calling 928-763-4400. SAINT, is a...

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Will Zillow Give You an Accurate Home Value?

Zillow’s a good place to start if you want to get a general estimate of what your home is worth. Zillow’s Zestimates give you a property value range, based on public records of the property’s: • physical attributes; • tax assessments; and • prior and current transaction data. The drawback? Zestimates are generated by a computer, not a person. Improvements and defects are not taken into consideration. It provides estimates for an expansive database of properties and gives a snapshot of the overall market. If you’re serious about selling, you’ll need more than a general estimate. A diligent agent...

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Finding Your Missing Pet

Your dog got out of the fence and now you can’t find him. Now what? Hopefully, he’s wearing a collar and a tag with his name and your contact information on it. That way, if someone picks him up or he winds up at the shelter, he’ll be easily identified. Or, perhaps you had him microchipped. Most vets offices and animal shelters will scan incoming animals for a microchip, which would also contain your contact information and can help reunite him with his happy family. A lot of times this isn’t the case. The dog has been lost and...

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