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This article was published on 11.19.15
Treasurer plans exceptions to state school law.
By Dennis Myers
Read and Succeed hands out thousands of free books to Washoe students.
Sparks considers repealing certification it has failed to enforce.
Scientists publish study on drainage basins, including the upper Great Basin.
Nevada agency joins Federal Trade Commission effort against hardball collection.
Jeff Paine owns the Gold 'n' Silver Inn.
You don't fight terrorism with guns, but with non-military, strategic helpfulness.
I didn't say I was stepping down. Just stepping back.
By D. Brian Burghart
Been disenfranchised and disenchanted? That's how the bad guys win.
By Sheila Leslie
The Russians are coming to Syria to install liberty.
By Brendan Trainor
Where do we think they come from?
By Bruce Van Dyke
Grounded is the disturbingly up-close-and-personal story of a pilot, a decidedly—and proudly—unfeminine woman.
By Jessica Santina
Twenty-three movies. Five Actors. Our writer watched every single James Bond flick. In order. Here's what he learned.
By Brian Breneman
As studios amp up to release their big holiday products, there will be a week or two when cinemas try to squeak by with meager offerings. Love the Coopers is one of those meager offerings.
By Bob Grimm
Amid the classic twang and power of storytelling that defines country music, the Whiskey Heroes also employs an eclectic mix of guitar riffs, edgy vocals and relaxed backbeat.
By Anna Hart
My wife and I had a mixed experience at Viet Pho.
By Todd South
By Kelsey Fitzgerald
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