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The Sun does not print paid obituaries in the paper or online. You will need to contact the Las Vegas Review-Journal for such a service by calling (702) 383-0383 or visiting its obituary page. Please send us a message if you think someone of major importance to the community deserves a staff-written obituary.
No. The Las Vegas Sun is Southern Nevada's independent and locally owned newspaper. The two papers participate in a Joint Operating Agreement, which is a U.S. Justice Department-approved method of maintaining competitive, distinct voices in newspaper markets. The R-J handles the printing and distribution of the paper, but the editorial material for the Sun is prepared independent of the R-J. Click here for more about the Sun.
Since the print edition of the Las Vegas Sun is delivered inside of the Review-Journal, you will need to contact the R-J at (702) 383-0400. For issues prior to the past few years, you can visit the Las Vegas City Library (833 Las Vegas Boulevard North), the Clark County Public Library (1401 East Flamingo Road) or the Lied Library at UNLV for their microfilm archives.