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Here are our favorites of the deluge of stories that we received for our annual 95-word fiction contest.
This article was published on 11.08.12
Washoe political parties gathered to wait for the votes.
By Bethany Deines
Nevada’s political life is undergoing a sea change at the GOP’s expense.
By Dennis Myers
An election novelty hit stores.
Tribal leader was talented artist.
Television station carries graphic images, inflammatory narrative.
Sierra Arts Foundation executive director Stacey Spain helps artists survive and thrive in a tough economy.
By Ashley Hennefer
The Mexican on Martin Luther King, Jr., refried beans, and Catholic virgins.
By Gustavo Arellano
The Reno City Council should have passed the baseball stadium deal onto the new Council.
No matter who becomes quarterback, it’s still Team America.
By D. Brian Burghart
How important are the motivations and processes in making a painting?
By Kris Vagner
A local music studio and record label partner up to release undiscovered music.
By Brad Bynum
Denzel Washington gets drunk, does some coke, and flies a plane.
By Bob Grimm
Clockwork Yellow’s Lullabized is an intimate, even voyeuristic peak into someone else’s brain.
A barrel of California wine country in a Reno casino.
By Dave Preston
A court ruling found the Ruby natural gas pipeline in violation of environmental laws, threatening endangered species populations.
Another wild horse advocacy group is fighting against the Bureau of Land Management’s treatment of wild horses.
An ad created by environmental group ClimateSilence.org attempts to use Mitt Romney’s words against him.
Learn about local environmental art initiatives at a talk hosted by the Sierra Club.
Nicole Harvey and her partner, Jessica, overcame discrimination to start a family.
Keep little ones busy and entertained with these easy holiday decorations.
This year’s big ticket items are a mix of the old and the new.
Don’t pull out the Christmas ornaments just yet. The trees are still full of color.
Plenty of fun can be found indoors at local museums and activity centers.
Jessica Santina reflects on parents’ choice to have one child.
Littler Strider-Gliders teach their parents a thing or two about skiing.
By Tim Hauserman
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