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There’s frost on the ground and soon there will be snow in the mountains. So what are you waiting for?
This article was published on 11.24.05
The Washoe County Commission says it was blindsided by a Nevada Public Utilities Commission plan to force some ratepayers to bear the brunt of underground high-voltage power lines.
By Kat Kerlin
A suspect pattern appears in campaign-disclosure reports.
By Dennis Myers
The Humane Society is boosting Sen. John Ensign’s bill outlawing animal fights.
A television news anchor moves into government public relations.
The train trench’s completion doesn’t heal scars.
Want to write a letter? Don’t forget the contact information.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce is back in the good ole US of A. He may be a bit jet-lagged.
By Bruce Van Dyke
When riots broke out in France, the French government acted too slowly to squash lawlessness.
By Michael Lafferty
The peasants in U.S. colonies abroad are getting restless and arming themselves with sticks.
By Deidre Pike
Our local biker bar owner is also our local chronicler of some of the darker moments of life. His black-and-white, photographs are on display at ICON Fine Art & Photography.
By Jessica Groach-Santina
A spiritual-cultural nexus, the River School, provides relaxation and education for folks who want to live in a better world.
By Stephanie Perry
By Kelley Lang
By Nick Dawson
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
This Brüka production scores technically, but misses the target with some jokes.
Walk the Line has officially kicked off Oscar season.
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Rick Anderson
Verbal Kint shows that two musicians can make a lot of quality music.
By Zoe Liou
Eclipse provides a very good pie—day or night.
By Brad Bynum
By RN&R Staff
Skijoring lets Fido get in on the winter fun.
By Sherril Steele-Carlin
Eleven essential ski and board accessories you simply can’t live without.
By C.J. Feehan
Hot drinks make for a cool winter season.
Winter fun can include Washoe County’s parks.
By Katie Palani
Despite its kitschy reputation, fondue remains a staple of the winter-sports class.
Love the cold? Need a free ski pass? Can’t stand the thought of a warm cubicle all winter?
Everybody knows where to ski, but who really knows where to karaoke?
Rebecca A. Eckland
With years of relentless training, you, too, can skate like Michelle Kwan. Not me, though.
By Rebecca A. Eckland
C’mon, you only live a half-hour away. Why should it feel like another planet?
Interstate 80 is no problem if you are patient and prepared for bad weather.
By Chris Carnel
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