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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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More Arrests in Sacramento Shooting + EG Man Arrested in Nevada

Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Jeri Karges, your host for the Sacramento Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. High: 88 Low: 51. Here are today’s top stories in Sacramento: Smiley Martin was taken into custody Tuesday in connection with the Sacramento shooting early Sunday morning. He will be incarcerated …

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Gaming Control Board: Nevada Casino Gains 44% From 2021; South Shore only region with a fall | South of Lake Tahoe

Nevada Unrestricted Gaming Licensees reported a total “gambling gain” of $1,113,148,010 for the month of February 2022, a gain of 44.10% over the same period in 2021. The South Shore Lake Tahoe Casino’s earnings fell 3.93% over the same period with their gambling revenue of $19,672,671, according to the state’s …

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Spring Means Gardening in Northern Nevada

Deep down, I know it’s too soon. There is still snow on Peavine. The last freeze date is more than two months away. Nighttime temperatures sometimes drop below zero. And heck, this is northern Nevada, so it could snow at any time. But I have a green thumb, and there’s …

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Vegetation Management is a Collaborative Effort for Nevada City Councilwoman – YubaNet

Nevada City Councilwoman Erin Minett supports the county’s free green waste disposal program and advocates for a new Nevada City-specific vegetation management ordinance. Councilwoman Minett is a leader in Nevada City’s efforts to clean up both city-owned and privately owned lots as part of a multi-pronged effort to protect Nevada …

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Frontenac dominates Nevada in the first game of the season with 7 points in the 6th inning

The Raiders score 7 on Monday’s 6th to beat Nevada 8-1. March 28, 2022 10:00 p.m. Job : March 28, 2022 10:00 p.m. Update: March 28, 2022 10:07 p.m. NEVADA, Mo. – (WATCH) Frontenac leads Nevada 8-1 in its first game of the season Monday night. “For the first time, …

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Harry Reid, part 3 | Nevada Public Radio

We continue the story of Harry Reid. It’s quite a story. During his thirty years in the Senate, plus four in the House, one of his main interests has been the environment. When he arrived in Washington, Nevada had less than 70,000 acres of protected wilderness. When he retired he …

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Proactive news titles including Nevada Silver, Contakt World, SPYR Technologies, Gamesquare Esports, Bloom Health Partners and Predictive Oncology

New York, March 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Proactive, provider of real-time news and video interviews on growth companies listed in the United States and Canada, has covered the following companies: Nevada Silver Provides Update on Emily Manganese Project and Purchase of Belmont Silver Property click here Contakt World announces …

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Nevada softball team shares doubleheader with Saint Mary’s

RENO, Nev. (Nevada Athletics) — Nevada split Opening Day at home against Saint Mary’s on Tuesday afternoon. The Pack are now 9-20 on the season, having won the first game 6-2 and fell in the second with a final score of 0-3. Then the Pack will remain at home to …

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Big tech isn’t always the enemy

One of the ways Nevada has sought to diversify its tourism-dependent economy is to seek to become a tech hub – a place where entrepreneurs and tech start-ups can come and grow their business to become the next Apple or Google. So far, we’ve been successful in attracting those companies, …

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Proposed Nevada ballot measure calls for using star ratings to elect candidates

A Nevada ballot initiative proposal filed this month by an organization called Common Sense for Uniting America (CSUA) aims to “bridge the great American divide” by adopting a star rating system for voting. The organization’s founder believes the division in America is the result of a flawed voting method and …

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Worth Celebrating: Moving Beyond Neurodiversity Awareness

The term “neurodiversity” was coined over 20 years ago. At the time, it only referred to autism, but it has grown as a concept to encompass all neurological and psychological conditions. Awareness of this has also increased, so much so that the third week of March was once known as …

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Landscapes and Gardens of Northern Nevada: St. Patrick’s Day Reminder to Give Peas a Chance | Carson City Nevada News

Here in northern Nevada, we don’t have to worry about hunting snakes like Old St. Paddy would have done in Ireland in the 5th century. I mention St. Patrick’s Day because March 17, St. Patrick’s Day, is the traditional time to plant peas in our area. English peas (also called …

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Review hearing for Nevada woman charged with arson continued through April – Lake County Record-Bee

LAKEPORT—Nickelina Rose Williams. 39, of Fallon, Nevada, was arrested by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) last October after being suspected of starting a fire along Highway 29 in Lake County. The defendant remains in custody and recently appeared remotely for another review hearing. A wildfire was reported along Highway 29 …

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Nevada is moving into a new phase in the fight against COVID-19

By Geoff Dornan Thursday, March 10, 2022 Nevada Chief Biostatistician Kyra Morgan and State Epidemiologist Melissa Peek-Bullock announced Thursday that the state is entering a new phase of processing COVID-19 data.Nevada is turning to community measures that aim to minimize the impact of serious illnesses and protect the most vulnerable …

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Nevada takes on New Mexico in the MWC tournament

New Mexico Lobos (13-18, 5-12 MWC) vs. Nevada Wolf Pack (12-17, 6-12 MWC) Vegas; Wednesday, 2 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: The Nevada Wolf Pack takes on the New Mexico Lobos in the MWC Tournament. The Wolf Pack went 7-7 in home games. Nevada ranks third in the MWC with 25.1 …

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Idaho is the least sinful state in the United States. The most sinful? Nevada

It’s party time, Idaho, so cut yourself a really big piece of cake. Make it angel food. And chase him away with a bottle of O’Doul’s. For the first time in human history, Idaho can officially declare itself the least sinful US state. That’s according to an annual study by …

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Dana White reveals Nevada governor threatened to revoke UFC license after criticizing NSAC

Dana White recently spoke about when the Governor of Nevada threatened to revoke the UFC’s license. White spoke about the incident on The Pat McAfee Show. McAfee said the UFC president has set a benchmark in how he acts. According to him, White often does as he pleases. However, the …

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Applications begin next week. Fiore and Gilbert should do without.

Earlier this week, in a vile but not the least startling display of their own moral and social depravity, Joey Gilbert and Michele Fiore defended another attention-seeking hatemonger who tossed a despicable if sometimes incoherent pile verbal garbage on the Governor of Nevada while he was in a restaurant with …

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The ArrowCreek Club is hosting a job fair on March 7

RENO, Nev. – The ArrowCreek Club is hiring for various positions toward the completion of the $60 million renovation. The hiring event will take place at the brand new event space located at 2905 ArrowCreek Parkway on Monday, March 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The ArrowCreek Club offers …

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Shaver leads Boise State against Nevada after 27-point game

Nevada Wolf Pack (12-15, 6-10 MWC) at Boise State Broncos (23-6, 14-2 MWC) Boise, Idaho; Tuesday, 9 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Boise State takes on the Nevada Wolf Pack after Marcus Shaver Jr. scored 27 points in Boise State’s 86-76 win over the UNLV Rebels. The Broncos are 12-3 in …

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2022 NFL Draft Prospect Profile – Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada

The competition to be the No. 1 quarterback on the board in the 2022 NFL Draft is pretty wide open. There is no consensus “QB1” in this draft, which has drawn scouts’ attention to all of the nation’s top potential passers. Carson Strong of Nevada is one of the quarterbacks …

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Cortez Masto Considers Housing Investments Separate From Stalled Social Spending Bill

At a time when rents in Southern Nevada are reaching unattainable rates, about 30 new families have already been able to move into a limited-income property, Decatur Commons, which was built by nonprofit developer Nevada HAND. When fully completed this year, the 480 unit apartment complex will rent to low-income …

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Colorado State at Nevada in Women’s College Basketball Live Stream: Watch Online, TV Channel, Start Time – How to Watch & Stream Major League & College Sports

The Colorado State Rams (17-7) look to extend their three-game winning streak when they travel to face Nevada (17-8) on Senior Day at the Lawlor Events Center on Sunday. How to watch Colorado State at Nevada in women’s college basketball today: Game date: February 20, 2022 Game time: 3 p.m. …

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Counties with the lowest hospital bed capacity in Nevada

Job : February 18, 2022 / 10:52 p.m. PST / Update: 18 Feb 2022 / 11:13 PM PST The deployment of the vaccine in December 2020 marked a turning point in the COVID-19 pandemic. By the end of May 2021, 40% of the US population was fully vaccinated. But as …

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Strong winds in the Sierra Nevada; driver killed when truck overturned

A driver was killed early Tuesday when his semi-truck overturned amid high winds on a highway in the eastern Sierra, and wind warnings will be in effect again overnight in the Sierra Nevada. The fatal crash happened around 12:15 a.m. on southbound Highway 395 near Crowley Lake in Mono County. …

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Nevada police search for armed robbers suspected of prior burglary attempt

Carson City Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for three suspects charged with committing an armed robbery and suspected of attempting a burglary earlier in the day. Deputies responded to Golden Gate Petroleum on Lompa Lane in Carson City, Nevada around 4 a.m. Saturday. Surveillance footage obtained by the sheriff’s office showed …

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Republican opponent of voting by mail tells rural Nevada voters it’s okay

Immediately after a Nevada Republican and “Big Lie” supporter was caught delivering mixed messages about election integrity to urban and rural voters, he did it again – this time talking about postal ballots. Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, the state’s leading Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, told voters …

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Nevada Bankers Association Announces Nevada Trust Inaugural Conference, March 1-2 | Business

LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 7, 2022– The Nevada Bankers Association (NBA), the united voice of Nevada’s diverse banking and trust industry, has announced that it will hold its first Nevada Trust Conference on March 1-2 in a virtual format. The conference is a must for wealth management professionals, lawyers and accountants …

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Nursing students go to the bedside of short-staffed Vegas hospitals | Nevada News

By HILLARY DAVIS, Las Vegas Sun LAS VEGAS, AP — Nursing student Acacia Herndon doesn’t graduate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas until June, but she’s already taking a leap forward in her career and providing much-needed help to the Centennial Hills Hospital during the stressful COVID-19 pandemic. Herndon …

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NUR ends COVID-19 testing contract with Northshore Clinical Laboratories

Noah Scott/Nevada MugwortStudents line up outside the Student Health Center on January 23. NUR terminated its contract with Northshore Clinical Labs, the universities’ COVID-19 testing partner, due to dissatisfaction. The University of Nevada, Reno announced that it will be terminating its contract, effective February 1, with Northshore Clinical Laboratories in …

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PG&E moves underground power lines in part of the city of Nevada – CBS Sacramento

NEVADA CITY (CBS13) — Dealing with power outages during windstorms may soon be a thing of the past for some in Nevada City. On Tuesday, Pacific Gas and Electric will inaugurate a new project to relocate underground power lines around Broad Street. READ MORE: Community concerned about homeless shelter project …

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Utah State Destroys Nevada

After a stunning 75-57 blowout victory over San Diego State, Utah State recorded another blowout win. This time, Utah State took on Nevada and the Aggies came out with a 78-49 win. Utah State scored 45 points in the first half while holding Nevada at 27 and in the second …

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Missing Nevada woman found dead in California

Police discovered the death of Kathleen “Kathy” Griffin in California after she went missing on Tuesday. Griffin was last seen driving a Junkee Clothing Exchange & Antiques van in Reno, Nevada. The Plumas County Sheriff‘s Office (PCSO) said Thursday that deputies found Griffin’s body in his Dodge pickup truck in …

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A US judge could suspend the Nevada Mustang raid; lawsuit in progress

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A federal judge is considering temporarily halting the capture of wild horses in Nevada where their advocates say the federal government is “needlessly and recklessly” killing free-roaming mustangs in violation of U.S. law. U.S. District Judge Miranda Du says she expects to rule by Monday, possibly …

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Daniel Joseph Chenin, Ltd. receives the award from the architecture firm AIA NV

Las Vegas, Nevada – Daniel Joseph Chenin, Ltd. received the 2021 Firm Award from the Nevada American Institute of Architects (AIA). Each year, the AIA recognizes one architectural firm for each state that consistently produces distinguished architecture and has contributed to the profession and their respective communities. The AIA Architecture …

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Nevada’s opioid settlement could net Ford’s former employer $40 million

The swampy behavior isn’t limited to Washington, D.C. Just look at how Attorney General Aaron Ford allowed his former employer to earn a salary that could exceed $40 million. This month, Ford announced that Nevada would join a multistate opioid settlement. Nevada and local governments will receive $285 million. It …

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Food insecurity during the pandemic prompts tribes to strengthen food sovereignty

Nearly half of Native American and Alaska Native survey respondents have experienced food insecurity during the pandemic, according to a new report released by Native-led food research organizations. Among Native American and Alaska Native respondents, the survey found that almost half (48%) indicated that sometimes or often during the pandemic, …

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Ike leads Wyoming against Nevada after 23-point performance

Wyoming Cowboys (12-2, 1-0 MWC) at Nevada Wolf Pack (8-6, 2-1 MWC) Reno, Nevada; Monday, 8 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Wyoming takes on the Nevada Wolf Pack after Graham Ike scored 23 points in Wyoming’s 71-69 win over the Utah State Aggies. The Wolf Pack are 5-2 in home games. …

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Jobs lost, income down amid pandemic

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The economic effect of the coronavirus pandemic has emerged in stark numbers in an annual report showing dwindling employees at Nevada‘s largest casinos and anemic revenue in the 12 months since the shutdown. of a statewide casino in 2020. The Nevada Gaming Control Board’s annual gaming …

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New doc explores Harry Reid’s plea for wild Nevada

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — As the nation honors former Sen. Harry Reid, Nevadans continue to look back on his legacy here in the Silver State. “Harry Reid did more than anyone in history to protect the precious and beautiful land he loved, the state of Nevada,” said Jon Christensen, assistant …

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Experts say home test kits aren’t as accurate as lab results

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Not only is it difficult to find home COVID-19 tests, some experts say it is getting harder and harder to trust them. The United States Food and Drug Administration says these tests aren’t perfect for detecting the omicron strain, and people are more likely to get …

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Conservatives should stand up for the criminal justice movement

It has always been a curious phenomenon that progressives, not conservatives, were the most vocal skeptics of law enforcement. To some extent, staunch conservative Republicans feigning law enforcement are likely motivated by the absurd reductionist policies of our hyperpartisan era. As progressives on the far left demand that we fund …

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Previous Pages, January 2, 2012: Northern Nevada Leaders Share Lessons From Recession

Nevada Business Weekly.”/> Cover of the January 2, 2012 print edition of Northern Nevada Business Weekly. EDITOR’S NOTE: Each week we feature excerpts from articles published a decade ago to give readers a 10-year perspective of economic news in the region. This week’s stories were first published in the January …

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United Federal Credit Union’s Pay It Forward Campaign Helps Nevada Charities and Families | Carson City Nevada News

United Federal Credit Union was pleased to donate over $ 2,300 to families and local organizations in Northwestern Nevada as part of the 2021 Pay It Forward initiative. As part of Pay It Forward, United provided $ 20 for each employee to donate to a person, family or organization in …

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DVIDS – News – Nevada Guard supports first responders for 22nd year at America’s Party

The Nevada National Guard has completed its 22nd year of first responder assistance in Las Vegas for “America’s Party” – an annual New Years celebration that regularly brings together more than 300,000 revelers in the entertainment capital of the world. About 220 guards and women attended the activation this year. …

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Nevada veteran grateful to receive new car from repair shop

RENO, Nevada (KOLO / Gray News) – There was no air of surprise, veteran Ron Selby’s first reaction after getting a free car was to thank the CoAuto crew in Reno, Nevada for making this happen. possible. And after talking to her, the news couldn’t have come better. “You know …

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A heartbreaking year at the CCSD

This is the week of the year when we journalists look back and summarize what we have written or reported about. Here is my summary: It was chaos. Total chaos. That is just about everything. Thanks for reading, guys! OK fine. I wrote about the CCDS, of course. More specifically …

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Storm blows freezing air and blinding snow across Nevada | Nevada News

RENO, Nevada (AP) – Winter storms blasted freezing air and blinding snow across northern Nevada on Monday, affecting travel and business, with the Sierra Freeway passes closed Nevada, delayed and canceled airport flights and closed state offices. Nevada State Police reported several accidents in the Reno and Lake Tahoe area, …

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Notable Nevada Figures Who Passed Away in 2021

Nevada lost several notable people in 2021, including casino hotel developers, business tycoons and Strip artists. Here is a list of notable Silver State figures who passed away this year: Sheldon adelson Sheldon Adelson, one of the most successful luxury resort developers, philanthropists and political influencers of his generation, died …

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4 injured in rollover collision on Nevada Street [Spokane, WA]

Road closed after overturned car crash on East Providence Avenue SPOKANE, WA (December 23, 2021) – Four people were injured in a rollover collision on Nevada Street on Sunday afternoon. The incident occurred just after 5:00 p.m. along N. Nevada Street and E. Providence Avenue. Emergency teams responded to the …

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The operational performance of Nevada copper continues to

YERINGTON, Nevada, December 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Nevada Copper Corp. (TSX: NCU) (OTC: NEVDF) (FSE: ZYTA) (“Nevada Copper“or the”Society“) today provided another positive update of its underground mine operations to the Company’s Pumpkin Hollow project (the”Underground mine“). Highlights of December’s underground operations: Development hits record highs In line with …

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Nevada Provides $ 1.5 Million In Federal Funds To Invest In Juvenile Justice Services | Carson City Nevada News

Child and Family Services Division CARSON CITY – The Division of Children and Family Services recently received over $ 1.5 million to serve youth at risk of delinquency or those who commit low-intensity crime. Funding was provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice Prevention (OJJDP) Crime Prevention Grants Program for …

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Nevada Confirms 2nd Case of Omicron Variant of Coronavirus | Nevada News

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Nevada health officials have confirmed the state’s second confirmed case of coronavirus caused by the highly transmissible variant of omicron, this time in a rural county. The second case was found in Churchill County, northern Nevada, and involved an unvaccinated woman in her mid-40s, according to …

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Nevada vs Western Michigan prediction, Quick Lane Bowl preview, lines

Nevada vs Western Michigan: Quick Lane Bowl Prediction, Game Preview, How to Watch: Monday, December 27 Nevada vs Western Michigan: Quick Lane Bowl How to Watch Date: Monday, December 27Game time: 11:00 a.m. ETLocation: Ford Field, Detroit, MIHow to watch: ESPN, live stream on ESPN +Records: Nevada (8-4), Western Michigan …

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Nevada reports first case of Omicron in fully vaccinated woman in her 20s

Nevada‘s first case of the Omicron variant was discovered in Clark County, Southern Nevada Health District officials reported Tuesday afternoon. The case was identified in a fully vaccinated woman in her mid-twenties who had not received a booster dose of the vaccine. Health district officials said the sample was tested …

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