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For Auld Lang Syne
On this final day of 2011, the editorial staff of the Sparks Tribune shares its picks for the winners and losers of the year.
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Texting while driving law brings fines Jan. 1
CARSON CITY (AP) — Nevadans caught driving while texting or talking on a handheld device will feel it in their wallets come Jan. 1 as a new law shifts from warnings to fines. The state’s cellphone ban took effect Oct. 1, but until now authorities haven’t issued tickets. Nevadans were given a three-month grace period to get used to the idea. That changes Sunday, when the fine for a first offense will be $50. A second offense will cost $100, and...
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Locals asked to ‘Give Back Like Jack’
Boys & Girls Club to assemble snack boxes for charity on NYE
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At odds over water
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe blasts Fernley City Council
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Zero is the goal
Safety officials aim to continue decline of traffic crash deaths
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More than a post office lost in Verdi
Resident: Workers at the small-town post office were ‘awesome’
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BLM adopts temporary sage grouse strategy
Agency is working on long-term plan to preserve habitat for ground-dwelling bird
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Man who died in police custody identified
Incident occurred Sunday when man resisted arrest
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Court upholds Incline Village beach restrictions
Resident argued that his exclusion from beaches violates his constitutional rights
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Tuskegee Airman to appear in Reno
Member of first black crew in Army Air Force will visit Nevada Air Guard facility
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Keep an eye on air quality ratings
Monday's air was deemed unhealthful, all burning stopped
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‘Tis the Season to Recycle Trees
NV Energy matching every donation to KTMB up to $10,000
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