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And the loser is … You! The top 10 stories not brought to you by
mainstream news media in 2008 and 2009.
By Rebecca Bowe
This article was published on 12.10.09
Political analysts say the “dynasty” issue worries voters.
By Dennis Myers
FDIC says a fourth of state households are outside the financial system.
Magazine says he could be raising more campaign cash.
Online letter to Sen. Harry Reid draws thousands of signatures.
Christina Thomas, known as the Native Songbird, is trying to spread
knowledge of the culture of local tribes.
It’s so sad to see small businesses fail in the lousy economy.
Where’s their bailout?
By Jen Huntley
With this storm behind us, let’s talk about the weather.
Can I take a second to acknowledge and appreciate our compatriots
across the border?
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce looks at the empires that have messed with Afghanistan.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Nevada’s mining past may be our savior and a harbinger of things
By John Barrette
Andrea D. Juillerat candy coats her nonverbal communication.
By Chad Sorg
The RN&R’s movie critic claims the most essential home
entertainment gift this year is a Blu-ray player.
By Bob Grimm
The Intro to Judaism class teaches how to live the Jewish life.
Morgan Freeman delivers a good performance in an otherwise formulaic
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
Amber Scala’s “Old and New” was one of the standout
tracks in our recent songwriting contest.
By Brad Bynum
By Sharon Black
Global warming fears may not be enough to support clean energy.
By Kat Kerlin
Yucca Mountain may be the more expensive option for nuclear disposal
according to a new GAO report.
Changes to Nevada’s WindGenerations program mean residents can
get more wind for their money.
Litter in America is down 61 percent over the past 40 years.
Citizens concerned about sensible growth and water use are attending
this Dec. 10 event.
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