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Councilwoman sees bright future for city, Girl Scouts
by Farah Vitale -- Special to the Tribune
By Farah Vitale Special to the Tribune Julia Ratti, who was elected a Sparks City Councilwoman in 2008, said she wasn’t always interested in a political career and that she spent most of her life working in the non-profit sector. Ratti owned her own businesses for 10 years, doing consulting and contracting work for non-profits. She began her non-profit work after graduating from college. She gr...
Drought spawns water conservat...
Home Depot to host workshop covering tips for indoor, outdoor control
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Smith’s Food and Drug helps Re...
Inaugural effort looks to become annual event among local residents
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Budget, property tax approved ...
The Sparks City Council approved a tentative budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year during its Monday...
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Sports
Five SSHS male athletes sign letters of intent
by Dan Eckles
Wednesday was a banner day for the Spanish Springs High School athletic department. Cougar athletic officials hosted a signing cerem...
Bishop Manogue dispatches Spanish Springs
by Dan Eckles
A four-run fourth inning for the Bishop Manogue Miners proved too much to overcome for Spanish Springs Tuesday. The end result was a...
Raiders blow up North Valleys pitching, again
by Nathan Shoup
Apparently the North Valleys pitching staff switched out baseballs for beach balls. At least that’s what it appeared the Reed offens...
Cougar golfers overcome windy conditions, win at Red Hawk
by Dan Eckles
A two-week break from competition didn't seem to slow down the Spanish Springs boys golf team. The Cougars, and the rest of their Hi...
SSHS softball thumps Bishop Manogue, 15-0
by Dan Eckles
Any midseason lull the Spanish Springs softball team was suffering through a week ago -- when it was handed a lopsided loss by Reno ...
Opinion
College athletes in major...
by Jake Highton
One fact alone settles the argument about unionism and pay for college basketball and football athletes: John Calipari got a $150,000 bonus because Kentucky reached the Fin...
Nevada can make the best of an inbred situation
by Andrew Barbano
Fired firefighters? Inbred bastards? Yahoo cammodudes playing cowboys and commandoes? Bloodlust for federal carcasses? Where others ...
Comstock history refurbished
by Harry Spencer
One of the most ambitious restoration projects on the famed Comstock Lode was marked on April 4 with the cutting of the ribbon for t...
The next big thing: Obamacare Bitcoin online vote exchange
by Andrew Barbano
Don’t decry money in politics. Embrace it. Elected officials do. Recently, Clarence and the Supremes further morphed money into free...
No shortage of interesting news last week
by Harry Spencer
There was no dearth of major news stories last week. There were so many, in fact, that the on-going coverage of the Malaysian jet di...
Mobs of people spoil visit to San Francisco
by Jake Highton
San Francisco is one of the great cities of the world. Its surroundings are marvelous: the San Francisco Bay, the Pacific Ocean and ...
Region in Brief
Truckee Meadows Fire recr...
by Tribune Staff
RENO — The Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District (TMFPD) is recruiting firefighters for the District’s reserve firefighter program. The program is currently limited to 4...
AACT students garner international honors
by Tribune Staff
, 2014) – A student engineering team from the Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology (AACT) has won the first NASA Human Exploration ...
Public invited to Sheriff’s Forensic Science Division open house
by Tribune Staff
RENO — Washoe County residents are invited to get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Sci...
Baby shower celebration, no-cost Childhood Immunization Clinic
by Tribune Staff
ise childhood immunization rates in northern Nevada, Immunize Nevada, as part of National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), is hostin...
Sparks now home to Irish Pub, Texas style barbecue
by Tribune Staff
SPARKS — Dining options in Sparks have expanded with the opening of CBQ (Cowboy Bar & Que) and O’Cleary’s Irish Pub April 24 at The ...
Sign up now for Caron City’s Ghost Walking Tours
by Tribune Staff
CARSON CITY — Carson City’s rich and intriguing history is explored and theatrically relived in Carson’s seasonal Ghost Walking Tour...
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