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Republicans are taking aim at early voting.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 12.15.11
Firefighters use a dark casino for training.
State commission calls for permit disapproval on water transfer.
John Kerry dumped on for not supporting Yucca.
Nevadans’ health improves in national rank.
Swill Coffee and Wine sells both, though you probably won’t want to enjoy both beverages at the same time, unless you want to get really wacky.
By Brad Bynum
Nevada has a lot of rural space, few cities, and some big social problems. Who wouldn’t be depressed?
By Casey O'Lear
Can we really allow our Constitution to be destroyed?
It’s Friday morning. Do you know where your future is?
By D. Brian Burghart
Bruce thinks through his phone choices.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Pedestrian safety is everyone’s responsibility.
By Sean Cary
Danny Barbato and Ryan Holmes jumped at the chance to show their work together, although visually and thematically their work is anything but similar.
By Megan Berner
Our movie critic presents his annual list of gift suggestions for movie lovers.
By Bob Grimm
The Sitter is just about as formulaic as a film can get.
“We like any music with soul,” says Firebombing lead guitarist Garrett Donovan.
The ribs are so big they look like they might have come from a dinosaur.
By K.J. Sullivan
Recycling Christmas trees helps to keep community parks beautiful.
By Ashley Hennefer
An online petition to save UNR’s Main Station Farm went national and gathered more than 10,000 signatures.
The claws have come out over the Keystone XL pipeline controversy.
WNC holds a workshop on how to profit from a small farm.
Welcome to the 2011 winter guide.
Keep your car running safe and efficiently in the winter months.
By Sami Edge
Skate skiing is a commonly misunderstood sport with a lot of potential for fun.
By Tim Hauserman
A guide to the Tahoe Rim Trail.
Break away from the classroom and study outside.
Smartphone apps can provide useful information on the go.
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