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Closure and A Clock

I found Nevada to be a comforting place last week. So many of my trips south have been for funerals or to close up the Estate, and my apprehension over this trip was deeply rooted in that experience. 563 more words

Primary Polls Are Open for Early Voting

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Vote at your polling place on Election Day.
7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Vote Early
At the County Courthouse… 70 more words


No Coyotes, But Reno Was Fun!

In January, I traveled to Reno, Nevada to hunt with Chad Belding from The Fowl Life. The purpose of the trip was to go on a filmed predator hunt with the crew of Dead Dog Walkin’ TV. 63 more words


Moderate Republican Lawmakers Have Money Lead Over Tax Foes

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Republican lawmakers who supported Gov. Brian Sandoval’s tax package have outraised their anti-tax Republican challengers so far this year.

Those incumbents now face a test at the ballot box, where voters will choose between different stripes of Republicans in the June 14 primary and during the early voting period that started Saturday. 90 more words

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Today I`m titling my post because this is one that’s easily titled, and my wife generally titles all her posts. I`m still learning the ropes when it comes to this blogging stuff, so I`ll be testing different methods and styles before settling on one for myself. 895 more words


Explore Five More: Hidden Treasures Near Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park is located just west of the Utah-Nevada border. The park encompasses only a fraction of the basin itself, which is it’s own ecoregion and spans all of Nevada, as well as parts of Utah and California as well. 680 more words

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Nevada Gov Sides with Welfare Cows While Trashing Wild Horses

Story by Scott Sonner as published on The Spectrum

Sandoval urges relaxed grazing restrictions as drought wanes

RENO, Nev. – Gov. Brian Sandoval is urging the… 584 more words

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