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The First Amendment is the most glorious thing about the United States, but it’s not being protected by the journalists who should honor it.
By Jake Highton
This article was published on 10.12.06
By Dennis Myers
Public officials are getting into a habit of using their offices to campaign against ballot measures.
Former U.S. Representative Helen Chenowith-Hage of Idaho, widow of a Nevada rancher, died near Tonopah last week.
Emily Reid, co-owner of the Chocolate Bar, is 7-months pregnant and about to open a new baby store called Rockabye.
By Kat Kerlin
We can only hope Dean Heller will carry on in Washington as he has carried on as Nevada secretary of state.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Big blazes in Elko County this summer burned some 1.5 million acres—something the Department of Wildlife is calling a “major disaster”
By Bruce Van Dyke
President Jimmy Carter wasn’t the president local media seem to remember him as.
By Michael Lafferty
Bush thinks he’s doing god’s work. But the way he’s going about it makes you wonder which god?
By Deidre Pike
Emerging artist Rocky Batastini doesn’t see why one person shouldn’t master poetry, painting and the triangle chokehold.
By Ben Garrido
Dozens of local organizations need volunteer help. Here are three worthy ones.
By Bobby Hunter
Bruka Theatre’s production of Gross Indecency follows the real-life fall of Oscar Wilde as he is tried and convicted for homosexuality.
By Jessica Santina
With The Departed, Martin Scorsese is firing on all cylinders.
By Bob Grimm
Local indie rockers The Touques concoct clever, catchy songs.
By Molly Hofmann
Eating the food at Lupita’s is like a rocket direct to el sol.
By Brad Bynum
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