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The source of Nevada’s domestic battery funds declined, but the state kept paying them out.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 06.21.07
Access to cold medicines is being restricted as an anti-meth step.
Rep. Heller’s latest votes are examined.
New federal justice officials slated for Nevada.
Dan Klaich has been a public servant in one capacity or another for decades.
For those who’ve forgotten, the United States has two borders.
By Gustavo Arellano
Nevada legislators impose open meeting requirements on state agencies but won’t live under them themselves.
Portland’s a great city with lots to recommend it.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
The last time Harry cracked me up—a proper eulogy for a good friend.
By Bruce Van Dyke
An RTC proposal to raise taxes to pay for new development puts Hook on the warpath.
By Michael Lafferty
The smartass offspring and I are on an odyssey across the Silver State.
By Deidre Pike
He may look and sound like a natural-born hot dog man, but cartoons are Woody’s art.
By Chad Sorg
Forget crafts and cookies, a new summer program at Maytan, Step to the Stage, teaches kids how to rock. Finally, something productive to do with the summer.
By Brad Bynum
Division is what gives life poignancy in this elegant book.
By John Freeman
If you are up for a quick Catholic experience, check out the weekday mass at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church.
A romance of disillusion.
By Kirk Robertson
The Anarchist Cookbook for 1940’s eight-year-olds.
By Matthew Craggs
The end of the world can be funny.
By Ann Medaille
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer marks the summer season’s low point.
By Bob Grimm
Borges makes ribbons of diamonds in the dark.
Sinead has found God, and we’re no better off for it.
Spoken word poet and rapper Emic wants to make you cry.
By Daniel Riggs
This hole-in-the-wall serves tasty Greek fare.
By Dave Kidder
Activists stopped a developer-friendly water super agency in the legislature, but they need help making the victory stick.
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