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A Northern Nevada astrologer looks to the sky for what the future holds for the Obama administration.
By Christopher Hardt
This article was published on 01.22.09
The governor’s speech helped reduce trust with the legislature.
By Dennis Myers
Nevada’s northern U.S. House member says the child health measure still helps immigrants.
The anti-drug agency kills plans for medical marijuana inquiry.
A volume reporting on Nevada’s exhibit at the 1893 world’s fair has been scanned and posted.
The Nevada Broadcasters Association makes its public affairs program available free to Nevada stations.
Nevada has an opportunity to live up to its Wild West reputation and solve its budget crisis in one move.
It’s the cold and flu season. I’ve got it. You’ve got it, too, I’ll bet.
By D. Brian Burghart
OK, President Obama, it’s time to save us from ourselves.
By Amanda Williams
Want some poultry that doesn’t taste like chicken? Here ya go.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce returns to the subject of the wind turbines in Palomino Valley.
By Bruce Van Dyke
An American epic poem is brought to life in Carson City.
By Jessica Santina
Local artists and crafters sell their work online using the website Etsy.com.
Inauguration Day may well confirm our faith in the American Way.
This might be the best 3-D slasher movie ever made. Unfortunately, it’s still not very good.
By Bob Grimm
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
Black Widows Forever play raw, rowdy, raunchy rock ’n’ roll.
By Brad Bynum
The chairs are uncomfortable, the portions are small, but the desserts are worth it.
By Sharon Black
Nevada has one funeral home certified by the Green Burial Council, and it’s in Reno.
By Kat Kerlin
If Washoe County employees turned off their computers at night, the county would save $100,000 a year, or at least two jobs.
In terms of CO2, is conducting a Google search like boiling a tea kettle? Like lifting your little pinky? Does it matter?
100 tons of books take a load off.
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