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Hard work and discipline key to success
Sparks High student samples new clubs, satisfies desire for service
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(All but) Packing her bags
Spanish Springs senior athlete aiming for nursing degree in Ore.
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Family driven life
Spanish Springs senior fuels studies, future through family
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Raiders senior stands out in automotives and on the track
Tiare Fonoimoana says she likes hands-on learning, wants to go to medical school
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Diving in head first
Reed High swimmer pushes for well-rounded competition, academics
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School, helping others a balancing act
Reed High School junior enjoys helping those less fortunate
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Busy finding her voice
Music, charity help Reed student find life’s calling
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Brotherly motivation
Reed High School junior plans to stay out of brother’s shadow
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All about the climb for McCubbins
Reed sophomore relies on rock climbing, art for solid future
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Hard work paying off for Reed senior
Artis leans on family, heavy schedule to achieve personal goals
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Living in the moment
Reed High junior not ready yet to leave high school behind
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Show your hand
Middle school bridge teams launch season for new school year
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Libraries to no longer provide proctoring
With the loss of more than 95 positions since 2008, the need to maintain other services that benefit a broader clientele and the fact that several other organizations in the community offer proctoring services, the Library Director recommended to the Library Board of Trustees that WCLS no longer provide proctoring.
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New literature charter school celebrates opening
University of Nevada Education Association volunteers joined the staff and families of the new public, tuition-free charter school in Reno, The Honors Academy of Literature, for move-in day in the River Walk District this month.
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UNR releases details regarding animal deaths
A very unfortunate, isolated incident on a farm owned by the University of Nevada, Reno resulted in the death of three animals in September 2011.
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Charter school offers hands-on approach in industrial arts
Small class sizes boost performance and graduation rate at ACE High School
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Mayor Cashell to speak at TMCC’s “College for a Day” event
RENO — On Wednesday, TMCC’s Adult Basic Education Program will host its “College for a Day” event welcoming keynote speaker, Reno Mayor Bob Cashell at 6:30 p.m. at the V. James Eardley Student Center at TMCC. “College for a Day” was developed to increase the aspirations and readiness of students studying in the TMCC Adult Basic Education Program’s General Education Development (GED) or English as a Second Language (ESL) programs for post-secon...
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