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Twenty-five ideas to reduce gun violence in the era of mass shootings.
By Daniel Walters, Mitch Ryals, Quinn Welsch, Samantha Wohlfeil, and Wilson Criscione
This article was published on 07.12.18
Where do they stand?
By Dennis Myers
Sears Reno store closes.
The tourism boom is good for Tahoe businesses but tough on Tahoe workers.
By Terra Breeden
Yucca Mountain sentiment may be changing in Nye County.
One less A&W.
Sparks bookstore is oldest in the valley.
One of Nevada’s oldest newspapers is back in business.
Not everything is a fight between good and evil.
It’s not as simple as “all guns are bad” or “the Second Amendment is holy.”
By Brad Bynum
If they win, we lose.
By Sheila Leslie
And liberals did.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A “master stroke of casting” makes Reno Little Theater’s Forum a sure bet.
By Jessica Santina
There’s a new art studio in town.
By Kris Vagner
Ant-Man and the Wasp is actually better than the first Ant-Man.
By Bob Grimm
Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons make for a winning, inspirational father-daughter team in this film.
The timing of this movie is, shall we say, interesting.
Coffin Raid is the musical equivalent of a really well done slasher movie.
Floating the Truckee River is a summertime tradition, but, like all summer fun, there’s a right and wrong way to partake.
By Matt Bieker
The old brick building that once housed a downtown Carson City brewery is now brewing up a combination of beers and gastropub cuisine.
By Todd South
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