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Library board amends contract, keeps Verdi hours
New 60-day notice policy, maintaining minimum hours highlight meeting
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Cycling tour swarms downtown Reno
20th annual Tour de Nez promises cycling community competition, fun
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Nevada backs $600K sponsorship of Reno Air Races
RENO — Nevada’s tourism commission approved a $600,000 sponsorship Thursday of Reno’s National Championship Air Races that organizers needed to meet soaring insurance costs and continue the annual event in September after a mass-casualty crash last year. The funding allows the Reno Air Racing Association to meet a Sept. 1 deadline for the final payment on the premium that jumped from $300,000 to $2 million after the crash on the edge of the gr...
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Online poker could be just months away in Nevada
LAS VEGAS — Online poker could be just months away in Nevada, and Gov. Brian Sandoval said he’s comfortable state regulators are taking appropriate steps to license operators while protecting the public. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports playing Internet poker in Nevada could become a reality even before the 2013 Legislature considers several Gaming Policy Committee recommendations to tweak current state regulations covering interactive gam...
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Reno looks at hiking alcohol fees
Store owners say the increase would hurt in recession’s aftermath
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Nevada ranks low in wellbeing of children
2012 Kids Count data analyzes education, health, economic, community factors
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Romney seeks independent probe of White House leak
Former governor of Massachusetts accuses president of putting politics over security
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Goin’ Coastal
Seventh-grade teacher elected for fish, coral research in Florida
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Reno, county spar over mutual aid
Temporary fire agreement in place
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Sparks council eyes economic development
Council hears critique of zoning codes
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At VFW, Obama defends foreign policy record
Romney will be here Tuesday as both pursue the veteran vote
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Increased Burning Man crowd challenged
Land sailor says event is to blame for dunes that have kept him from using the desert
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Brüka Winds Up Camp for Small Wonders
Local theater group finishes summer with ‘Alice in Wonderland’
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Police investigate similar robberies off El Rancho
Victims gave similar descriptions of suspect just hours apart
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