Issue: March 31, 2016
The first of April falls in the coming week, so Reno News & Review
readers probably know what to expect. Enjoy our cover roundup of faux
Elsewhere in the issue, we take a look at new developments in the
state's net metering dispute. Kelsey Fitzgerald writes in Green about
long forgotten plant and animal specimens in UNR's Natural History
Museum that are providing evidence of climate change. Jeri Chadwell
Singley describes tracking down genealogical information to find out if
one of her ancestors participated in the Great Northfield Raid.
We hope you'll enjoy this issue.
Sharron Angle hatches from pus-filled cocoonWhat Tesla will Tesla Tesla when Tesla Tesla Tesla? Well, Tesla, for starters.Local students develop an app to protect young people from their parentsProclaims it "kind of fun, I guess"Long-term resident calls Lake Tahoe "too gentrified"The movie, of course. Sharknados are not real. We would never lie to you.
This article was published on 03.31.16