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Nuclear agency under fire for confusion over Yucca Mountain
Lawmakers say the procedures were too secretive regarding the proposed waste dump
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New business to bring 650 jobs
Governor introduces plans for an Urban Outfitters ordering facility Wednesday
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Report: Nev. bankruptcy filings down
State still leads nation with the highest rate
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State budget director nominated for Reno post
CARSON CITY (AP) — State Budget Director Andrew Clinger has been tapped to become city manager of Reno. Reno Mayor Bob Cashell on Wednesday said he is recommending the City Council hire Clinger for the post. Clinger has worked in state government since 1997. He was named budget director in 2005 by former Gov. Kenny Guinn, and retained his position under both former Gov. Jim Gibbons and current Gov. Brian Sandoval. Clinger says the Reno job wou...
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HAN renews commitment to Reno-Sparks
Mayors placed on board of directors, Walter resigns, Long Beach show canceled
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Nevada Dems to make high counter-bid on gov’s ed cuts
Plan is to inflate per-student funding beyond what Sandoval proposes in his budget
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It’s Happening on the ’Net
Sparks officials hope a redesigned website will better connect government, residents and visitors
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Nevada will host open House race in Sept.
Election will decide who will replace Heller, who is taking Ensign’s senate post
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Ensign apologizes to colleagues in farewell speech
Senator says goodbye to a few staffers in a nearly empty chamber
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Economic Forum adds $217 million to state budget
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A panel of independent business leaders added more than $200 million to Nevada general fund revenues, citing anemic but improving economic activities. The Economic Forum on Monday said the state will have $217.7 million more to spend than the previous forecast back in the December. When additional sales tax that goes directly to school districts is added in, the total comes to $330 million. During Monday's marathon mee...
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Planning body could be obsolete
Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency was mandated when development was booming in Nevada
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Obama: Bin Laden's death a 'good day' for America
al-Quaida leader was killed when U.S. Navy SEALs raided his compound
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NV panel holds votes on prickly mental health cuts
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Lawmakers voted to preserve a program that would help keep mentally handicapped people at home with their families, but they held off on the most controversial items of a touchy, $617 million mental health budget during a weekend meeting. Members of an Assembly panel on Saturday finalized some parts of the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services budget, but steered clear of proposals to reduce capacity at ...
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Letter carriers to help fight hunger
SPARKS — On May 14, northern Nevada letter carriers will host their annual Stamp Out Hunger! campaign, and they are asking for help. Residents can help by leaving a sturdy bag containing nonperishable, non-expired foods, such as canned soup, canned vegetables, pasta, rice or cereal, next to their mailbox prior to the time of regular mail delivery on May 14. Washoe County U.S. Postal Service (USPS) customers will receive a bag in their mail box...
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