Issue: March 20, 2014

Hello everybody,

It's time for the teen issue, and this year we paired up with Wooster

High School to bring you artwork from students grades nine through

12. There is a lot of great work, so be sure to check it out. Also in

this issue, Dennis Myers writes about how Sparks officials seem to

favor regional events over local events in budgeting and how close

they are to the Sparks Nugget. In art of the state, read about the

large Ichthyosaur fixture in the Nevada Museum of Art. And turn to

green to hear about a local project to help save water in agriculture

irrigation. Click through the links below to browse through this week's issue.

As always, be sure to pick up a newsprint copy of the paper for

exclusive content, cartoons and columnists. Thanks for reading our paper.


Sage Leehey