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‘A little hope for mankind’
Sunday’s Sun Valley fire destroys family’s complex
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Racing awareness
More than 500 take part in inaugural Dash for Dads event at Sparks Marina
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Into the Wild Blue Yonder
Pylon Racing Seminar gives pilots chance to get race experience before Sept. event
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Concrete Canoe? Believe it or not!
University of Nevada team shining at 25th annual competition hosted at Sparks Marina
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Car accident kills man on Sparks Boulevard
Cody Vance, a local 23-year-old, died at Renown Medical Center this morning after suffering injuries in a car accident on Sparks Boulevard Saturday morning.
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Pyramid Highway options discussed
RTC moves ahead with US 395-Pyramid Highway connection project
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Get Along Lil Dogies
The Reno Rodeo cattle drive wrapped up Thursday. The 300-steer herd, shown here on Sutro Street was driven from north of Reno near the California state line to the Livestock Events Center. The five-day event saw more than 65 guests travel roughly 100 miles through the area terrain. Guests pay more than $1,600 plus travel costs and reserve their place two or more years in advance. Eight 1800s-style wagons traveled with the group, carrying lugga...
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Bigger, Wetter, Wilder
Ninth annual River Fest set to Run Amuck
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Clark Co. sues over diverted funds
LAS VEGAS — Clark County has filed a lawsuit against Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and state officials to recoup $102 million the state diverted to its own coffers in 2009 to plug a big budget hole. In the suit filed Tuesday in Clark County District Court, county officials argue last year’s Nevada Supreme Court ruling over a similar raid on a local water fund requires the state to return the money. “I am disappointed that after months of negotiat...
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County to celebrate new fire district
Arrowcreek Fire Station holds grand opening
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County working on mosquito control
Budget cuts have reduced aerial treatments this year
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Obama, Romney offer dueling speeches
CLEVELAND — President Barack Obama cast his re-election race against Republican Mitt Romney as the economic choice of a lifetime on Thursday, seeking to stir undecided voters and asking the nation to buy into his vision for four more years or face a return to the recession-era “mistakes of the past.” Said Romney: “Talk is cheap.” From opposite ends of Ohio, a state vital to both of their political futures, Romney and Obama dueled in economic s...
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Low primary turnout means county spent $9.20 a voter
$400,000 price tag costly for 19% turnout
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School board adds to projects plan
Trustees now set to review and discuss $46 million proposal
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Nugget announces its lineup of events for July 4th Star Span...
Sparks casino will host Independence Day event for 13th time
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Senate, House candidates turn to general election
Nevada’s races among those that could tip balance of power in Washington
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‘None’ choice on Nevada ballot, low-income registration subj...
Voters should have right to choose no one, one suit claims; NAACP says state is violating law by not helping poor voters
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Voters narrow choices for local offices
Two candidates will remain standing for Reno, county seats
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