To celebrate the Centennial, Nevada Public Radio features the voices and stories of the people who "did it their way." Tim Anderson is our narrator. In the late 1930s LV would become home for two couples who would quickly make their marks on the little town. John and Florence Murphy who started the North LV airport, and Max and Laura Bell Kelch founders of radio station KENO. And Florence Murphy recalls her introduction to Las Vegas. Visit our LVIR Page for transcripts.
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