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Washoe County School District superintendent Pedro Martinez looks to the future.
By Ashley Hennefer
This article was published on 08.23.12
Playing chicken with public policy gets serious.
By Dennis Myers
Immigration enforcement reduced for those who arrived in U.S. as children.
Rep. Amodei seeks new land for Lyon County town.
Gallup survey finds residents unhappy about their workplaces.
Cabela’s and Bass ship money from states while taking subsidies.
New figures show recent improvement stalling.
Former ten-term U.S. representative Virgil Goode is running for president.
Education looks better from a distance.
By Brad Bynum
Calculating the dollar value of votes.
By Mike Bohling
Bruce looks at Romney’s religion.
By Bruce Van Dyke
John Molezzo’s art is half documentary, half fantasy, romantic and realistic, distinctly unironic, and celebratory of all Reno’s grit and glory.
By Kris Vagner
In this extra nerdy back-to-school edition of our monthly Gadget column, we examine graphing calculators.
By Matthew Craggs
The Expendables 2 is better, and more action-packed, than the first one.
By Bob Grimm
The Bourne Legacy.
Kristin Pitman says her role as a violin player and her role as a songwriter aren’t separate coins, but two sides of one.
Vietnamese food and doughnuts under one roof?
By K.J. Sullivan
Comstock Mining Inc.’s ore hauling has already impacted the local community.
Members of the food community have come together to help the Holley family after a devastating car accident.
This year’s annual Lake Tahoe Summit focuses on funds.
NevadaGrown and Great Basin Brewing Co. will keep the party alive with the September farmers’ market.
School’s in session.
Where and what to eat on campus.
Take advantage of technology to save money and be more efficient.
Jason Altieri is the Director of Orchestras at the University of Nevada, Reno.
We got to check out UNR’s newest residence hall.
Here are some important numbers to keep in your phone.
Get in the mix with one of UNR’s unique clubs.
By Casey O'Lear
College is a time to grow as a person, but it’s not always easy.
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