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This article was published on 05.17.12
How we make bad public policy based on things we “know”
By Dennis Myers
City considers changes to make campaigns less expensive.
By James DeHaven
Lack of urgency by the public troubles Nevada environmentalists.
Local muralist paints side of Sparks building.
U.S cabinet department touts Reno wind program in spite of questions.
The voter registration deadline looms.
In 1912, Nevada’s presidential primary wasn’t held until May.
Reno Gazette-Journal positions a competitor to its popular veteran columnist.
Debbie Griffith and her husband, John, have owned DJ Comic Kingdom & Collectibles for nearly 20 years.
By Brad Bynum
The Regional Transportion Commission is on the right road trying to make a bike throroughfare.
We get more done by noon than … sometimes we work harder than others.
By D. Brian Burghart
Bruce describes an unforgettable encounter.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Architects Josh Vaile and Ken Bartlett are diving into the deep end of fine art.
By Kris Vagner
“We love Reno and cuss a lot,” says Reno podcaster Rory Dowd.
By Ashley Hennefer
Ronald M. James combines archeology, history and literature to tell the story of Virginia City.
The Tim Burton-Johnny Depp team misfires again.
By Bob Grimm
The Pirates! Band of Misfits.
Reno chanteuse Whitney Myer returns home after a stint on reality TV.
By Megan Berner
At Sparks Coffee Shop, the food and service are great, and your coffee cup never drops below half full.
By K.J. Sullivan
The Tahoe Science Conference will address environmental and economic issues in Lake Tahoe.
Desert Bighorn Rams find a home in Clark Mountain.
Global warming denying Heartland Institute put up controversial billboards—and lost $1 million in sponsors as a result.
A large scale solar project in Clark County will help power more than 6,000 homes.
Reno City Council candidates will talk about their plans for sustainability at a forum on May 22.
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