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Sean Shea is a scientist, a hermit, a hunter, a naturalist … or maybe he's just lucky.
By Laura Davis
This article was published on 08.15.13
Licensing of First Amendment activities eyed for city parks.
By Dennis Myers
The Sparks Nugget showed free movies in its showroom during Hot August Nights.
Reno needs charter committee memebrs.
More lies about Nevada atom tests revealed.
Nevada voter turnout is going up.
Guiseppina Meili tells her story of how some Swiss bank documents taken by her ex-husband ended moving her from Switzerland to the United States.
By Sage Leehey
We've come a long way but have a long way to go.
OK, this is it for the Biggest Little Best of Northern Nevada.
By D. Brian Burghart
Nevada needs to fund mental health. Now.
By Sheila Leslie
By Bruce Van Dyke
For America to work, immigration must be solved.
By Chanelle Bessette
“A lot of us here are wood junkies,” says Ralph Benson. “We really admire the beauty of what happened naturally. And no two pieces of wood are the same.”
By Brad Bynum
Amateur radio culture flourishes among makers, hackers and urban survivalists.
By Ashley Hennefer
This flick brings on the super cool gadgetry and brainy sci-fi up until its finale, where the whole thing nearly falls apart.
By Bob Grimm
Critically acclaimed noise pop band No Age is set to return to Reno on Aug. 26.
A bakery catering toward those with special dietary needs.
By Dave Preston
A Reno company, SunWorld USA, sends solar products all over the world.
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