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Sparks baseball, softball swept in Saturday doubleheader
by Tribune Staff
The sun was shining Saturday in Dayton but it didn’t shine on the Sparks baseball and softball team’s records.
Prizina erases Hug bats in 16-0 beat down
by Nathan Shoup
Sometimes the five-inning 10-run mercy rule is four innings too many.
Sparks baseball sneaks past Dayton, softball doesn't
by Tribune Staff
Tyler Crow shut out Dayton in the sixth and seventh innings, Friday, to give Sparks its second win in three games – a 9-8 road win o...
Raiders, Cougars cruise to mercy-rule victories
by Tribune Staff
The Reed High baseball team's offensive prowess continued Thursday afternoon. Reed had combined for 42 runs in its two wins against ...
Reed softball takes two from Carson
by Tribune Staff
Dominant pitching propelled the Reed softball team to a doubleheader sweep of Carson at home Thursday afternoon. Reed's pitching was...
Opinion
College athletes in major...
by Jake Highton
One fact alone settles the argument about unionism and pay for college basketball and football athletes: John Calipari got a $150,000 bonus because Kentucky reached the Fin...
Nevada can make the best of an inbred situation
by Andrew Barbano
Fired firefighters? Inbred bastards? Yahoo cammodudes playing cowboys and commandoes? Bloodlust for federal carcasses? Where others ...
Comstock history refurbished
by Harry Spencer
One of the most ambitious restoration projects on the famed Comstock Lode was marked on April 4 with the cutting of the ribbon for t...
The next big thing: Obamacare Bitcoin online vote exchange
by Andrew Barbano
Don’t decry money in politics. Embrace it. Elected officials do. Recently, Clarence and the Supremes further morphed money into free...
No shortage of interesting news last week
by Harry Spencer
There was no dearth of major news stories last week. There were so many, in fact, that the on-going coverage of the Malaysian jet di...
Mobs of people spoil visit to San Francisco
by Jake Highton
San Francisco is one of the great cities of the world. Its surroundings are marvelous: the San Francisco Bay, the Pacific Ocean and ...
Region in Brief
Truckee Meadows Fire recr...
by Tribune Staff
RENO — The Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District (TMFPD) is recruiting firefighters for the District’s reserve firefighter program. The program is currently limited to 4...
AACT students garner international honors
by Tribune Staff
, 2014) – A student engineering team from the Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology (AACT) has won the first NASA Human Exploration ...
Public invited to Sheriff’s Forensic Science Division open house
by Tribune Staff
RENO — Washoe County residents are invited to get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Sci...
Baby shower celebration, no-cost Childhood Immunization Clinic
by Tribune Staff
ise childhood immunization rates in northern Nevada, Immunize Nevada, as part of National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), is hostin...
Sparks now home to Irish Pub, Texas style barbecue
by Tribune Staff
SPARKS — Dining options in Sparks have expanded with the opening of CBQ (Cowboy Bar & Que) and O’Cleary’s Irish Pub April 24 at The ...
Sign up now for Caron City’s Ghost Walking Tours
by Tribune Staff
CARSON CITY — Carson City’s rich and intriguing history is explored and theatrically relived in Carson’s seasonal Ghost Walking Tour...
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