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Why are U.S. politicians so in love with incendiary anti-alien politics?
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 05.11.06
Nevada is still the top gold producer, and a mining corporation is reopening two old districts to prove it.
The Mormon Church issues an epistle that is being scrutinized for its real meaning.
The co-founder of Reno’s Latino newspaper has died after a long illness.
Northern Nevada’s U.S. House member is supporting a bill to protect corporate farmers from environmental regulation.
Freestyle kayaker and 2003 world champion Jay Kincaid is gearing up for this weekend’s Reno River Festival kayak competition.
By Kat Kerlin
It’s construction season. Please don’t try to kill us or our friends.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
We’re just boats tossed before the tide. Oh, please, save us, oh holy Market.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Supply, demand and too many taxes raise gas prices.
By Michael Lafferty
I’m not interested in the small-minded views of those who would hoard the U.S. experience for those lucky enough to be born here. God does not love us best.
By Deidre Pike
For Matt Porter, one of 60 regional Scholastic Art Awards winners, humor is the Gold Key to art.
Can you imagine anything more scintillating yet repellent than a thousand Stevie Nicks under one roof?
By Kelley Lang
Reno Little Theater’s play, Humple Boy, tells a modern version of Hamlet without killing the buzz.
By Stephanie Perry
Ethan Hunt comes out of retirement to take on the bad guys as only he can.
By Bob Grimm
Terrapin Road’s lamenting, swinging and jazzy tunes form a living history of the blues.
By Katie Palani
M&M’s Fish and Chicken Shack is a hidden, deep-fried gem.
By Brad Bynum
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