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And is there hope for the scatterbrained?
This article was published on 05.11.17
Trump budget may cut local funding.
By Jeri Chadwell-Singley
Toke time approaches.
How Nevada reps voted.
By Dennis Myers
without announcing it.
Musk lives on the edge.
Political scientist Fred Lokken assesses Trump.
The voters have spoken.
Among all the hot news and arts action in this week’s issue, you’ll find our new family guide.
By Brad Bynum
Students and teachers will pay.
By Sheila Leslie
Protecting Ann Coulter helps protect liberal speech.
By Brendan Trainor
The gift of example.
By Bruce Van Dyke
What happens to your 3-D artwork when you go deep rural for many years? Ask Elaine Parks and Gail Rappa.
By Josie Glassberg
The Glass Die is a new gathering place for gamers.
By Ashley Warren
The trippy Marvel fun continues with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, a big, nutty, spiraling sequel.
By Bob Grimm
From the Ruins is a band of veteran metal evangelists.
By Matt Bieker
Once you start paying attention, it’s a little shocking to see the breadth of alcohol options available at the ballpark.
By Marc Tiar
At Cross Eyed Katy’s BBQ & Grill, you can get smoked meats to-go or dine in.
By Todd South
A quarterly look at family-friendly activities, tailored to the season.
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