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How the Democrats lost their way and screwed the working poor.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 06.17.10
Nevada’s primary provided little support for resentment politics.
Republican candidate proposed “Second Amendment remedies.”
Senate GOP leader to stay out of Nevada campaign.
Church sees way to shield young Mormons.
Wendy Calvin trades Mars for Earth as the new director of Great Basin Geothermal Center.
By Kat Kerlin
Don’t expect Nevadans ever to be too excited about getting taxed.
By Jen Huntley
Sharron Angle’s backers tell voters a lot about her.
Thanks goodness for families. Can you imagine the sanity without them?
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions sometimes—about each other.
“Damn, I need some wi-fi in this joint.”
By Bruce Van Dyke
The top ticket in November will not be Reid and Reid.
By John Barrette
Bill Gilbert walks the line, finds the imaginary dragons.
By Matthew Craggs
The fourth annual NadaDada art event will feature some major changes, including a move away from its iconic venue.
By Megan Berner
Reno’s Juneteenth program commemorated the end of slavery in America.
Sure, it’s actually about kung fu … who cares?
By Bob Grimm
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
Still dirty after all these years.
By Brad Bynum
It might be hard to chew when you’re smiling that big.
By Grant Nejedlo
Bike law expert and former Olympian Bob Mionske calls for more justice for cyclists.
Most candidates endorsed by the Nevada Conservation League won in recent primary elections.
Your sunscreen likely sucks, and it might even increase your chance of cancer.
On June 17, A photographer and two climatologists discuss the visual and scientific landscape of the Sierra Nevada.
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