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The topography of emotional release

There is a crack in the teacup that is my being. Usually I would berate myself for having any type of an apparent breakdown. I am tough. 343 more words

Bill would repeal Adam Walsh sex-offender act in Nevada

State Sen. Richard “Tick” Segerblom, D-Las Vegas, and Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-Las Vegas, introduced Senate Bill 99 in February to repeal the state’s version of the federal Adam Walsh Act. 3,329 more words

Hiking Lake Mead: Part 3, Plateau Climb

Yesterday was our final full day of staying in Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and it was our intention to hike one of the established trails that lead to the Hoover dam.  740 more words


Going to the Dogs in Nevada

“Some dogs cannot hold their licker,” goes the old joke.

All kidding aside, Nevada State Senator John Settelmeyer has introduced a bill allowing individual bar owners admit dogs into their establishment if they’d like too. 125 more words


Road Trip: Nevada to Utah to Arizona

Driving took longer than Google Maps indicated.  Mostly because signage does not match but also Dan’s GPS app was giving us directions from it’s own imaginary position that sometimes coincided with where our vehicle was, but often 20 minutes ahead or an hour behind on our path.   128 more words


Hoover Dam

Not a vacuum in sight.  Easy to get to.  More interesting than I’d thought.  The Art Deco carpark was even worth looking at.  There’s even a gift shop.


Lawmakers Debate Makeup of PERS Board

By Sean Whaley

CARSON CITY – A bill seeking to change the makeup of the public employees retirement system board to include three public members with areas of expertise in pension plans ran into resistance Monday from some lawmakers and participants in the plan. 553 more words