Issue: January 12, 2012
The caucus process is a pain in the butt. In order to properly
participate, you need to be at least slightly informed about the
candidates, and you've got to talk to your neighbors about why you
think your chosen candidate is best. In this week's feature story,
news editor Dennis Myers examines the Nevada caucuses: how they came
to prominence, whether a primary election might a better option, and
whether the whole thing is even worth a damn. Also in this week's
issue, we have a review of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, the first
production presented by Reno Little Theater in their new location. In
Green, Ashley Hennefer takes a look at the University of Nevada, Reno
library system's energy conservation efforts.
Be sure to pick a newsprint copy of the paper for exclusive columns
and cartoons. Thanks for reading! If it weren't for you, all our
caucuses would be flaccid.
RN&R News Editor