Issue: October 01, 2015
Our annual health guide appears in the upcoming Reno News & Review,
and we are treating health with a broader meaning than usual. In the
interest of a healthy planet, the guide will include an appeal from our
company president/CEO to readers about what we can do in advance of the
upcoming Paris climate talks.
Elsewhere in the issue, Ashley Hennefer has a cover story on
research fields that are opening up at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Ashley also has a report on "escape games" that have arrived in Reno. In
Green, Kelsey Fitzgerald describes the work of students who raise, tag,
release and (if all goes well) perhaps even track Monarch butterflies.
In news, a new report on the activities of the billionaire Koch
brothers in Nevada gets center stage. Brad Bynum writes about the band
Karma, newly arrived back in Reno after a tour that cost it a member but
helped its music evolve.
Thank you for reading us.
This article was published on 10.01.15