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The murder of the tribal chairman sent the Winnemucca Indian Colony spiraling into chaos.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 01.11.01
A bill to create a graduated drivers’ licensing program for Nevada teens will be re-introduced in the Nevada Legislature this year.
By Chelsea Correia
Train trench through downtown: Seems like it’s all over but the digging.
UNR student government president reflects on his first semester at the helm.
By Gabriel Doss
Our society’s obsession with consumerism gives the editor pause.
By Jimmy Boegle
Society seeks passion and enthusiasm but finds plastic disposables.
By Charles Laws
Letters to the editor for Jan. 11, 2001.
Our columnist writes about a fashion faux pas at the supermarket.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A young artist learns to walk again and creates large-scale metal sculptures.
By Brad Horn
New theater groups arrive on the scene, but can Reno support this much theater?
By Kelley Lang
Former Star Trek actor lends his voice to a musical performance.
By William Puchert
Tickets for Southern Culture on the Skids show will be distributed at a ticket party.
Shakespeare rules area play lists this spring, but there’s plenty of modern works as well.
By Ellen Drewes
Traffic stands as one of the best films of 2000.
By Bob Grimm
A local DJ explores the borders of techno music.
A new all-ages club opens in Sparks and will host the second annual Boys and Girls Club benefit show.
By Adrienne Rice
Mels offers good grub, but its newness doesn’t lend it an authentic diner experience.
By Stacie Ferrante
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