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Earthquake Reveals Hundreds of Extremely Rare Fish in Nevada Cave

Hundreds of extremely rare fish were recently discovered in Nevada after an earthquake revealed their location. According to the National Parks Service, biologists counted 263 Devils Hole pupfish in Devils Hole, Nevada, the highest number for this species in 19 years. Devils Hole pupfish are a species of fish that …

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Seaman sues fellow Las Vegas councilwoman Fiore, alleging assault – The Nevada Independent

In the latest twist in a turbulent relationship between Las Vegas City Council members Victoria Seaman and Michele Fiore, Seaman filed a lawsuit Monday against Fiore, alleging she violently attacked Seaman and created a workspace hostile and abusive. Seaman’s lawsuit filed in Clark County District Court seeks general and special …

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Nevada’s oldest city is hosting the biggest fundraiser this weekend

The homemade sweets that give Candy Dance its name will be on sale at Genoa Town Hall today and Sunday. Bring a cooler to keep the fudge from melting. Candy Dance will draw so much traffic to Genoa this weekend that it will affect Highway 395 four miles away. The …

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Road bear deaths could double in Nevada this year

www.ndow.org/blog/living-with-bears/ So far, 19 bears have been killed on Nevada highways since the start of the year, compared to 14 this time in 2021. The number is expected to double this fall. A bear was hit and killed Sept. 14 on Highway 395 near the turnoff to the Lahontan National …

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Cortez Masto and Rosen Announce Funding to Support Nevada’s Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Economy

September 20, 2022 washington d.c. – Today, U.S. Senators Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) and Jacky Rosen (D-Nev.) announced $5.6 million in Economic Development Administration (EDA) funding that they earned to support Nevada‘s tourism and outdoor recreation industry. The Nevada Department of Tourism will receive $3.7 million to build outdoor recreation …

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Nevada 2024 wide receiver enjoyed Washington’s win over Michigan State – Realdawg.com

Before Landon Bell headed into the Washington Huskies’ game against the 11th-ranked Michigan Spartans, the 6-3, 185-pound Liberty High School (Nevada) wide receiver liked to hear from the Huskies. Liberty High School is just outside of Las Vegas and only 20 minutes from its main rival, Bishop Gorman. “It’s a …

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Nevada likely to remain top state for most women in state legislature – The Nevada Independent

Nevada leads the nation as the state with the most women in its legislature, and that’s unlikely to change by the end of this election cycle. The Legislative Assembly – made up of the 42-seat State Assembly and 21-seat State Senate – has had more women than men for more …

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Snow Men and Women score football wins over College of Southern Nevada

EPHRAIM – The Snow College football teams each recorded a win over the College of Southern Nevada on Thursday, Sept. 8, in Henderson, Nevada. Snow College’s Fiona Jensen takes on two West Wyoming community defenders in a game at Ephraim on Aug. 20. The Snow College men won 5-2, while …

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Nevada PERS loses 5.1% in fiscal year 2022

The Nevada Public Employees’ Retirement System investment portfolio shed 5.1% for the fiscal year that ended June 30, as the value of its assets fell to $54.3 billion from $59.4 billion. billion dollars a year earlier. The results were well below the pension fund’s assumed rate of return of 7.25%, …

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A chance of showers and thunderstorms in the Sierra Nevada, Kern County Mountains and desert this afternoon and evening

Mariposa has an 18% chance of rain on Sunday Oakhurst has a 25% chance of rain on Sunday Yosemite Valley has a 37% chance of rain on Sunday September 11, 2022 – The Hanford office of the National Weather Service advises that there is a risk of showers and thunderstorms …

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Constitution Day Returns to Nevada City – YubaNet

NEVADA CITY, Calif. – The 56e The annual Constitution Weekend Observance will return to Nevada City on September 17-18, 2022. The Nevada City Constitution Observance has been a tradition since 1967 and is said to be the oldest and largest observance of the Constitution in the western United States. The …

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Tickets on sale now for the 2022 Alley Gala

Richard Todd and Dr. Jennifer Ross practice their moves for this year’s Alley Gala on September 24, 2022. Tickets on sale now for the 2022 Alley Gala Annual event raises funds for scholarships for those seeking a mental health degree RENO, Nevada – The Nevada Coalition for Systemic Counseling (NCSC) …

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Nevada Forwards Score Four WMD Wins

The Nevada volleyball team went 4-1 at the Tiger Invitational in Adel and the Cub cross country teams both finished third at the South Hardin Invitational in Eldora on Sept. 1. The Colo-NESCO volleyball team fell to Collins-Maxwell and Baxter falling to 1-8 this season. The royal cross-country teams raced …

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Four candidates vying for governor of Nevada in general election

By RONEKA MATHENY BALLOTPEDIA via CENTER SQUARE Incumbent Steve Sisolak (D), Joe Lombardo (R), Edward Bridges II (I) and Brandon Davis (L) are running in the November 8 general election for governor of Nevada. Governor Sisolak was first elected governor in 2018 after serving on the Clark County Commission and …

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Students and teachers return from Brussels after the German Marshall Fund Forum

Earlier this summer, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Assistant Professor Callum Ingram and several students from the University of Nevada, Reno attended the German Marshall Fund (GMF) annual forum in Brussels. The forum helped students gain confidence in their leadership skills by providing them with the opportunity to directly discuss …

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Nevada Governor Signs Emergency Regulations to Address Statewide Teacher Shortages | Carson City Nevada News

Nevada Department of Education Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has signed an emergency settlement at the request of the Professional Standards in Education Commission to help address teacher labor shortages, according to an announcement Monday. The emergency rule reduces the cost of a substitute teaching license from $180 for initial licenses …

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Nevada 23 New Mexico Street 12

NMSU_safety, 13:38. NEV_Lee 32 run (Talton kick), 10:02. NEV_FG Talton 28, 4:08. NEV_Lee 4 run (Talton kick), :42. Third quarter NMSU_David 10 Frakes pass (Albertson kick), 5:19. Fourth trimester NEV_FG Talton 34, 14:56. NMSU_FG Albertson 46, 8:21. NEV_FG Talton 38, 1:35. ___ NVE NMSU First attempts 18 15 Total net …

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UNR Extension offers workshops on soil health and regenerative agriculture | Carson City Nevada News

Event date: Repeats every week until Tue Oct 11 2022 . August 30, 2022 (All day) September 6, 2022 (All day) September 13, 2022 (All day) September 20, 2022 (All day) September 27, 2022 (All day) October 4, 2022 (all day) October 11, 2022 (All day) See full picture The …

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The Changing Landscape of Lithium-Ion Batteries in Northern Nevada

This opinion column was submitted by Richard Martin, a health and safety professional in Reno. As has been the case for some time now, Northern Nevada has championed the transition from a primarily gambling-based economy to a more sustainable diverse business model. With purpose-built infrastructure behemoths like the Tahoe Reno …

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Nevada Government Commits to Codifying Patient Protecting Ordinance into Law

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said Wednesday that if re-elected, he would seek to codify into law in the next legislative session an order he signed that protects service providers. in-state abortion and out-of-state patients. . “Governors are the last line of defense in protecting reproductive freedoms,” …

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Nevada officials demolish tiny homes built for homeless people in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Home means Nevada. This is the official song of our state. Yet many people in Las Vegas have no place to call home, instead living on the streets, under overpasses, or in washouts and tunnels. But 13 investigators have uncovered how local leaders are bulldozing an …

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Nevada family business with $150 million in assets under management joins independent financial group

SAN DIEGO, August 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Financial Advisor Jim Petrizzofounder of Petrizzo Financial in Boulder City, Nevadahas partnered with Independent Financial Group, LLC (IFG), an independent broker based in San Diego, California. Jim Petrizzo (center), with his wife, Michelle Petrizzo (right), and daughter, Chelsea Petrizzo (left) Situated at Boulder …

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First Female State Supreme Court Justice Miriam Shearing Named 2022 Nevada Day Parade Grand Marshal | Carson City Nevada News

The Nevada Day Board of Directors announced the 2022 Nevada “Carnivál on the Comstock” Day Parade Grand Marshal on Tuesday. Nevada’s first female Supreme Court Justice Miriam Shearing will serve as the Grand Marshal for the parade. of 2022. “We are thrilled that Miriam Shearing has agreed to be our …

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Maintaining Momentum on Access to Health Insurance – The Nevada Independent

For the first time in 40 years, inflation is making headlines across the country. Generations of Nevadans have never seen such high prices at the grocery store, at the gas station, and in their monthly bills. The reality is that many families have to make tough choices with their family …

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To be fair: The Nevada County Fair will begin this week

Nevada County Fairgrounds CEO Dale Chasse walks along the golden lane, filled with blooming marigolds in preparation for the fairgrounds opening day Wednesday of next week. Rides and attractions from Butler Amusements have started to fill the fairgrounds which will run from August 10-14.Photo: Elias Funez Well, Nevada County, it’s …

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Nevada senators support Democrats’ inflation bill

WASHINGTON — The two U.S. senators from Nevada have said they support the Democratic health care, climate and tax bill for a possible vote in the Senate this week. The Inflation Reduction Act includes price caps on prescription drugs, subsidies for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act and clean …

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US appeals court rejects bid to block Nevada geothermal power plant

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A U.S. appeals court has rejected a bid by environmentalists and a Nevada tribe to halt construction of a geothermal power plant that opponents say would harm an endemic toad. disappearance and would destroy sacred hot springs. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday …

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Nevada Attorney General Ford Says Republican Chattah’s Comment Racist

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford called Republican election opponent Sigal Chattah’s comments “racist” in Thursday’s “Nevada Newsmakers” and used Chattah’s salty language to explain it away. Chattah, in a private text to a blogger last year, wrote that Ford “should be hanging from a (damn) crane. He’s like the leader …

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Police union nods to Nevada candidate | North West

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Western Nevada College Foundation Educational Golf Set

The Carson City Toyota team won the Golf for Education tournament in 2021. Western Nevada College Sunday July 24, 2022 Over 20 years of hosting a fun event has made the Western Nevada College Foundation Educational Golf Tournament a must-attend event.The 23rd edition of Golf for Education will take place …

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Northern Nevada Pride Returns to Downtown Reno Saturday | Trade Law

Nationally, Pride Month is celebrated in June. But in Reno, the party is in July, as part of Artown. Northern Nevada Pride 2022 takes place this Saturday, July 23 in downtown Reno. According to the organizers, this is something that grows every year. “Every year,” said marketing manager YeVonne Allen. …

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How can we build trust in health care among underrepresented communities – The Nevada Independent

When I think of ways to improve health outcomes in underrepresented communities in Nevada, I often think of my mother. She helped support our family by working as a housekeeper in the maternity ward at Reno‘s Renown Medical Center, then known as Washoe Medical Center. As one of the few …

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SOUL FULL Sundays at INDUSTRIE

Starting this Sunday, July 17, 2022, The INDUSTRIAL Event Space (2330 S. Industrial Rd. LV, NV 89102) and Powerhouse singers Elisa Fiorillo and James “D Train” Williams will launch a new series of residencies titled “SOUL FULL Sundays” with each show to benefit another local non-profit organization. Performing some of …

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Democratic groups spent millions meddling in GOP primaries, bash Lombardo – The Nevada Independent

Groups affiliated with Gov. Steve Sisolak and other prominent Nevada Democrats were funders of organizations that spent millions training Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo and other more moderate Republicans ahead of the Nevada primary. State June. Campaign finance reports released Friday show Home Means Nevada — a political action committee …

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Proposed fiduciary standard will hurt Latino businesses and workers – The Nevada Independent

End of February 2020, USA today published a story detailing how Latino-owned small businesses were the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the country. Latin American small businesses grew by 34% over 10 years, compared to 1% growth for all small businesses, and Latin American small businesses contributed $500 billion …

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2022 election battlegrounds to watch: Clark County, Nevada

The county’s increasingly diverse electorate — more than 20 percent of its voters are Latino — has consistently worked in favor of the Democrats: the party narrowly prevailed in Nevada‘s last four presidential elections, with Clark County the origin of these victories. But the environment this year is far less …

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Carson City Deputies Make Arrests for Suspected DUI, Probation Violation | Carson City Nevada News

A 56-year-old man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of impaired driving, no valid license, no proof of insurance and driving with a suspended registration. According to the Carson City Sheriff’s Office reservation report, a deputy performed a traffic stop on a vehicle after running the license plate, which came back …

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Jackson fire could send smoke through western Nevada

Fire.airnow.gov shows smoke from the Electra Fire building on the western slope of the Sierra. A fire burning near Jackson, Calif., could send smoke into Carson Valley over the next few days. Federal fire detection shows the Electra Fire has nearly doubled in size since its last report of 3,034 …

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WNC follows Baker Hughes/Bently Nevada training

Training workers in the WNC Tech Express. By Western Nevada College Sunday, July 3, 2022 The Western Nevada College Tech Express Mobile Training Lab provides industry-specific training for Northern Nevada manufacturers and businesses, providing state-of-the-art training and equipment to rural students and employers.This was the case during the second half …

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University of Nevada, Reno appoints Dr. Erick Jones Dean of College of Engineering

Dr. Erick Jones, senior science adviser in the Office of the Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of State and former professor and associate dean of graduate studies at the College of Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington, has been named dean of the University of Nevada, Reno …

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Rices fire in Nevada County prompts nearby evacuations

A wildfire that started Tuesday afternoon prompted evacuations in Nevada County, according to Cal Fire, the state’s fire management agency. The Rices fire is in the Rice’s Crossing area near the community of Bridgeport, officials said. It has burned at least 520 acres as of 6:30 p.m., and there are …

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Double murder suspect arrested in Prescott | Nevada County

A man wanted for a double murder in Michigan was apprehended Friday in Prescott. Christopher Lewis Greer, 32, was arrested around 4:30 p.m. by US Marshals, the Nevada County Sheriff‘s Office and the Prescott Police Department. Lawyers served a warrant at 407 Rosston Road and arrested Greer under Michigan warrants. …

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Washoe County Offers Harassed County Employees Legal Aid | Nevada News

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Washoe County has created a legal aid fund for county employees who have been unjustly attacked or harassed in public as tempers grow increasingly heated during hostile clashes on electoral procedures and other controversies. The legal and personal services approved this week will be available to …

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Nevada County is in the last mile of functional zero for veteran homelessness – YubaNet

NEVADA COUNTY, California — Built for Zero announced that Nevada County, California is approaching the milestone of making veteran homelessness rare and brief in their community. With 21 homeless veterans on their list of names, the Nevada County Built for Zero team continues to improve their homeless response system in …

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Properly Subversive: Democrats Don’t Own Nevada’s Hispanic Voters

Sherman R. Frederick/ Properly subversive Sherman R.Frederick Nevada is Nevada and Texas is Texas. Has always been; will always be. But in 2022, may I suggest a small connection between the two states: the awakening of Hispanic voters. Consider Mayra Flores, who won a special election in Texas’ 34th congressional …

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Nevada senators call for quick classification of new federal forest firefighter position

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Nevada Senators Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev, and Jacky Rosen, D-Nev, are urging the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to implement a forest firefighter job classification. Nevada senators joined Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif, on Friday in a letter to the OPM calling on them to quickly implement …

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Workers in more than 70 Nevada industries receive new protections to prevent heat-related illnesses

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — Starting Wednesday, new protections are in effect for Nevada workers at the highest risk of heat exposure. It’s a federal program that the state has adapted to Nevada’s desert climate. Nevada OSHA will inspect more than 70 high-risk industries. These inspections will cover indoor and …

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Representatives Mace and Rice face tough GOP primaries after challenging Trump | Nevada News

By MEG KINNARD, Associated Press CHARLESTON, SC (AP) — Two Republican incumbents of the United States House in South Carolina who drew the ire of former President Donald Trump now face tough primary challenges Tuesday from candidates that he approved. Representatives Nancy Mace and Tom Rice criticized Trump after the …

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For Latino voters in Nevada, unease over rising prices could reshape the election

“They tell me they’re having a hard time,” Villanueva said, referring to a series of conversations he had during a canvassing session in early June in a predominantly Latino neighborhood in east Las Vegas. Minutes after Villanueva knocked on a door, most of the conversation turned to the cost – …

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Erquiaga named interim chancellor of the University of Nevada

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) — The former head of the Nevada Department of Education has been named acting chancellor of the Nevada higher education system. Dale Erquiaga will assume the oversight role of Nevada’s public university system for 18 months as university regents search for a permanent replacement. The Regents appointed …

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The Nevada Traveler: Our little piece of paradise in the middle of Pershing County

Nevada Somewhere in the Buena Vista Valley between Lovelock and Winnemucca is paradise.”/> Photo courtesy of Travel Nevada Somewhere in the Buena Vista Valley between Lovelock and Winnemucca is paradise. By Richard Moreno Wednesday, June 8, 2022 Every year my wife and I get a tax bill from the Pershing …

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Nevada sells up to $89 million worth of firearms

Nevada‘s treasurer, who oversees a $49 billion investment portfolio, last week announced plans to divest companies that make or sell assault-type weapons. The policy change has the potential to affect about $89 million in assets, according to the Treasurer’s Office. State financial managers said they are working to identify all …

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Amazon buildings contribute to soaring warehouse prices in the Las Vegas Valley

A warehouse isn’t exactly the most exciting piece of real estate. As a developer told me years ago, it’s just four walls with a lot of air between them. But these facilities are a hot segment of the Southern Nevada real estate market, as builders put up waves of projects …

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Nevada mourns the loss of a class-leading multisport – Newstalk KZRG

A 22-year-old student-athlete from Nevada, Missouri, has died after a battle with brain cancer. The region mourns the loss of Hunter Mason, who excelled on and off the football field for the Nevada Tigers. The 2018 graduate went on to play for the NCAA Division I Western Illinois Leathernecks in …

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Nevada football recovers transfers from Oregon State and Utah State

The Nevada football team continues to add to its 2022 class, this time with two FBS transfers to help bolster its defense. The Wolf Pack got verbal commitments over the weekend from Utah State defensive tackle James Hansen and Oregon State linebacker Junior Walling. Hansen played for Utah State for …

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Nevada baseball season ends in 15-6 loss

Nevada‘s 2022 campaign ended Saturday at the Mountain West Championship in San Diego, as the Wolf Pack fell, 15-6, to San Jose State. Nevada (29-26) left 14 runners on base in the contest, including six in the first three innings. Missed chances gave San Jose State (30-28) an opening which …

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Nevada Supreme Court upholds dismissal of education funding lawsuit – The Nevada Independent

The Nevada Supreme Court sided with a lower court judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by parents seeking to dramatically improve funding for K-12 education in the state. The lawsuit – long debated in education circles before being filed in March 2020 – argued that the state was failing in …

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PK O’Neill: Manufacturing is key for Northern Nevada (voice)

P. K. O’Neill By PK O’Neill Tuesday, May 24, 2022 Manufacturing and logistics businesses are growing in the state, and Carson City and Douglas County are seeing a significant increase in employment in these sectors.This increase is partly explained by a tax environment that encourages businesses to locate in Nevada, …

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The McQueen boys win the 5A Nevada State Athletics Championship

Kyle Ortega Gammill is already one of the best distance runners in the state, and on Friday he added to his legacy by setting the stadium record in the 1,600-meter race. But it was a short-lived record. The Reno High senior’s posted time of 4 minutes, 16.36 seconds, set in …

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7 Nevada Republican lawmakers have joined far-right Facebook groups, report says

Seven Republican lawmakers in Nevada are members of at least one far-right Facebook group, according to a new national report. Five of the seven are running for new elected positions this year. The Institute for Human Rights Research and Education, a think tank that champions democracy and human rights, has …

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How new head coach Steve Glenn plans to revive Nevada’s baseball program

NEVADA — Steve Glenn is ready to start a new chapter in Nevada’s baseball program. Glenn entered the vacant head coaching position a year after the Cubs went 3-24. The program has only gone 16-49 since finishing 17-10 in 2018, so the new head coach knows he has a big …

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Nevada and Colorado see spike in anti-Semitic incidents, mirroring national trend

Brief news Editor’s note: As a warning, this story contains a discussion of a disturbing incident of anti-Semitic harassment. A new report shows that the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States increased in 2021, and that includes a sharp increase in some Mountain West states. The Anti-Defamation League …

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Nevada’s Berlin-Ichthyosaur National Park reopens after closure

After more than a year of closure, the Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park is open again. The state park closed April 29 last year for major road repairs in Union Canyon, including widening and installing guardrails. The updates will provide safer access to the park via the Fossil House and Union Canyon …

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Cubs place second at HOIC meet

The Nevada Boys took second place and the Cub Girls came sixth at the Heart of Iowa Conference Mixed Athletics Meet in Story City and the Colo-NESCO Boys placed fifth at the Iowa Star Conference Meet at Baxter on May 5. The Cub boys scored 140.5 points to trail only …

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GOP hopes Nevada’s Laxalt will help win Senate control

Nevada, Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021.” height=”2560″ width=”3840″/> FILE – Republican Adam Laxalt speaks with a supporter at the Douglas County Republican Party headquarters in Gardnerville, Nevada, Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021. Sam Metz/AP The man Republicans hope will be their 51st senator, returning them to office, recently took the stage at …

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Cano Burkhead, March, Cole and Chase vie for Nevada lieutenant governor primary

Lisa Cano Burkhead thinks she can do whatever she wants with the lieutenant governorship. Cano Burkhead — a former state legislative candidate and longtime principal of Henderson High School — has long promised to put her own school-focused spin on Nevada’s second executive branch seat. The newly appointed Democrat will …

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The new hospital is part of a multi-year expansion plan

By Rob Sabo Special for the NNBW Wednesday, May 4, 2022 The opening of the new Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Campus in April was the culmination of a years-long journey to better meet the healthcare needs of a growing community, the hospital’s chief executive said. .Alan Olive of the Northern …

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Nevada Archeology and Historic Preservation Awareness Month

WHILE, historic preservation efforts protect Nevada‘s collective cultural heritage and tangible resources that represent the diverse and substantial legacy of the lives, hopes, and dreams of those who have gone before us; and WHILE, significant cultural resources remind future generations of the Silver State’s rich past, such as the sacred …

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Which sports in Nevada have the best (and worst) facilities?

Occasionally, a Monday Mailbag question takes too long for me to include in the weekly feature, so I write it separately as “Remaining Mailbag”. I received such a question this week from reader Logan of LakesideVibes (who doesn’t love a good lake house?), who asked me to rate each of …

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New Sierra Nevada Alliance Event Listings |

the Sierra Nevada Alliance is a hub for the stewardship of the Sierra Nevada, which we achieve by empowering and collaborating with our partners. Here are the recently published upcoming events from our network. If you would like to post an event at the Sierra Nevada Alliance, please email [email protected]

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Judge: Nevada has no drugs for execution

By Ken RitterAssociated Press Monday, April 25, 2022 LAS VEGAS — A federal judge in Las Vegas said Monday he will decide in three weeks whether to dismiss the lawsuit of a convicted Nevada killer challenging the state’s plan for his lethal injection because the state does not own not …

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Nevada tribe claims ‘desecration’ as excavation begins at site of planned lithium mine

As archaeologists begin excavation work at a northern Nevada site that could become the world’s largest open-pit lithium mine, the Reno-Sparks Indian settlement is demanding that archaeologists, hired by miner Lithium Nevada, stop the excavations. “These authorized excavations are inappropriate and unethical,” said Michon Eben, the tribe’s historical preservation officer. …

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Nevada government groups working to naturalize millions / Public Information Service

A coalition of cities, counties and more than 50 immigrant and refugee advocacy groups across the country, with a strong base in Nevada, are celebrating a week of action to recognize the contributions of immigrants. Their goal is to naturalize two million people by the end of the year. Las …

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Inflation and student loans weigh on voters in Wisconsin, Nevada and North Carolina

Inflation and student loans weigh on voters in Wisconsin, Nevada and North Carolina News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion USA TODAY has gained exclusive access to focus groups in North Carolina, Nevada and Wisconsin. Inflation topped the concerns of voters who participated. Voters in three battleground states said …

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Easter celebrated by worshipers in Southern Nevada

As dawn gave way to a golden sunrise on Easter Sunday, bighorn sheep browsed the grass surrounding three wooden crosses planted in a Boulder City park. The animals seemed indifferent as a few hundred of their human companions, seated on lawn chairs, park benches and fresh morning grass, worshiped and …

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Victorville store owner to return from Nevada for shooting 9-year-old – Whittier Daily News

A Victorville shoe store owner accused of shooting and injuring a 9-year-old girl while opening fire at suspected shoplifters has agreed to return from Nevada to face at least one charge. Police say Marqel Cockrell, 20, fled Victorville in his car just after the girl, identified by family members as …

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Nevada County BOS Sends Letter of Support for McClintock USFS Bill – YubaNet

By a vote of 4-1, with Heidi Hall voting no, the Nevada County Board of Supervisors (BOS) today agreed to send a letter of support for HR 6903, a bill introduced by Rep. Tom McClintock ( R-CA4) with a single co-sponsor, Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA1). The bill would require the …

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Northern Nevada Landscapes and Gardens: Using Organic Fertilizers | Carson City Nevada News

What are the advantages and disadvantages of applying organic or natural fertilizers? While we may decide to choose organic fertilizers because we care about the environment, plants don’t tell the difference. The nutrients provided via a fertilizer are the chemical elements or the combination of elements that the plant uses …

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Northern Nevada HOPES Celebrates 25 Years of Service

RENO, Nevada (KOLO) – Since 1997, Northern Nevada HOPES has provided affordable health care services to those in need. On Friday, the non-profit organization celebrated 25 years of continuous service to those in need. “We have a beautiful building, in which we now serve more than 12,000 patients,” said Sharon …

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Federal agency extends emergency protections to rare Nevada toad

Hello and welcome to the Indy Environment newsletter. As always, we want to hear from readers. Let us know what you see on the ground and how policies affect you. Email me with advice or suggestions at [email protected] If you’d like to learn more about how I approach my coverage …

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