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Volleyball camp gets long-awaited permit
Camp will still need temporary-use permit to host tournaments
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Modest improvements in the job market as unemployment falls
Economists find reasons for optimism in slow economic recovery
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Titus, Kihuen to battle for House seat
Former representative pitting her experience against Hispanic vote in new district
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Police check similarities in recent crimes
Suspect in two Sparks cases, one Reno case was ‘lying in wait’
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Stuff-A-Bus tries to get the holiday spirit rolling
Clothing, canned food and toy collection drive continues today, Friday at the Atlantis
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Sparks to dedicate solar project at Golden Eagle
SPARKS — The city of Sparks and NV Energy are celebrating completion of a solar power project expected to reduce the city’s annual electric costs by more than $40,000. As part of its Sustainability Action Plan, the city has installed 200 kilowatts of solar power (photovoltaic panels) in the park area and the parking lot of the city’s Golden Eagle Regional Park and Sports Complex. The installation costs will be partially offset by rebates total...
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Assemblymen to run for state Senate seat
Scott Hammond and Richard McArthur to vie for newly created district
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Fewer calls reported in Reno’s parks
Decrease attributed to new 'Notice of Exclusion' ordinance
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County’s ‘Green, Yellow, Red’ air quality burn code now in e...
People who rely on wood burning will need to know the color of the day
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Hamming It Up
30,000 pounds of ham donated to Food Bank of Northern Nevada
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Two drivers ID’d in road rage shooting
One man was wounded in Monday incident on I-80 near Vista Blvd.
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Photos released of suspect in rape of 85-year-old woman
Surveillance tape shows man who allegedly attacked woman Friday
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Stocks fall on worries about U.S. broker, Europe
NEW YORK (AP) — Despite being known as a jinx month for the stock market, this October is shaping up to be one of the best months on record. The main reason is progress in Europe toward containing that region’s debt crisis. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index has gained 12 percent for the month, which puts the broadest stock-market measure on track for its best month since January 1987. Despite a decline early Monday, the Dow Jones industrial aver...
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