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Sen. William Raggio discusses the election, bi-partisanship and tax hikes in the 2009 Legislature.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 11.13.08
Harry Reid is enduring chatter in the political world that it’s time for him to go.
Nuclear industry worries about Obama.
A Silver City pot bust claimed four people, including radio figure Travus T. Hipp.
Steve Savage loves movies and he has the film society to prove it.
By Brad Bynum
Gov. Jim Gibbons’ show of indignation is gratuitous.
Think globally, work locally, one more look at out-of-state presidential activism.
By D. Brian Burghart
The election is over, and our state made fundamental changes.
By Amanda Williams
English as a second language only works if the speaker can speak it.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce Van Dyke clarifies his stance on Palin.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A benefit for a charter high school’s basketball team attracts a lot of local talent.
By Daniel Riggs
RN&R film critic Bob Grimm talks to Joel Hodgson, the creator and original host of the cult TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000.
By Bob Grimm
Our Savior Lutheran Church has a folksy family feel that’s worth driving across town for.
This is yet another crappy animated sequel sure to rake in the cash.
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
One of the architects of hardcore music comes to Reno to take your questions.
City Café in Terrible’s Rail city is a good spot for a hangover breakfast.
By Sharon Black
Energy-saving options for replacing or winterizing windows.
By Kat Kerlin
The first compressed air vehicle could be on the American market by 2011.
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