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Proud car owners revel in Sparks HAN events
SPARKS — Sparks resident Rich Pelton turned to an admirer of his 1969 Z 28 Chevrolet Camaro and kindly asked him if he ever had a car he wished he would not have sold. With a sharp look to the ground and a depressed sigh, the man looked up with a half-hearted smile and spouted the make and model of the one that got away.
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Election signs not going anywhere
SPARKS – Some political signs in the area have been posted for such a long time, with candidates’ faces smiling at passers-by, it’s easy to begin to believe they are just part of the landscape.
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Swap meet delivers for car collectors
RENO – Walking through the expansive parking lot of the Reno Livestock Events Center in Thursday afternoon, visitors could find just about everything a car-lover could dream about.
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Nevada wins approval to waive No Child Left Behind
RENO — Upon receiving approval from the U.S. Department of Education, Nevada will join more than half of the U.S. in waiving the No Child Left Behind Act and adopt a state-developed plan for academic success.
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Researchers find surprises in Lake Tahoe data
CARSON CITY — An annual report released Thursday detailing the status of Lake Tahoe’s health and clarity has researchers rethinking some long-held assumptions and focusing on trends that may be linked to climate change.
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All fenced in
Reed among first Washoe high schools to receive fence for security
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Color Me Rad
5K races to Reno with ‘bomb’ squad ready for runners
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HAN-goers burn rubber
Free Ride & Drives give fans time behind the wheel
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Local businesses improve in compliance checks
Stores post 91 percent compliance in alcohol sales to minors
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Renown Health cardiologists to be released from non-compete ...
AG announces deal; Renown says cardiologists were employed to keep them in the community
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Watch cars cruise from Sparks train platform
Avoid the crowds for just $5, but seating is limited
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