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County getting street smart
Collaborative campaign aims to lower local pedestrian fatality rate
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Exposing his inner voice
Sparks High senior becomes leader in school, yearns to help community
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Financing the Future
Sp. Springs students learn basics of finance, importance of credit
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Grits on wheels
Local family invests in food truck, joins revolution
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University faculty to present research at Geothermal Resourc...
RENO – University of Nevada, Reno researchers and students will present their research at the 36thannual Geothermal Resources Council meeting and Energy Expo Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino. “The meeting is the annual gathering of top geothermal professionals,” Wendy Calvin, director of the Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy, said. “It’s a way for all geothermal professionals, including our own University expe...
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Heller, Berkley, meet in first of 3 debates
RENO (AP) — Republican Sen. Dean Heller and Democratic Rep. Shelley Berkley square off in their first of three scheduled debates in Nevada's U.S. Senate race. The debate in Reno takes place tonight at 8 p.m. and will be broadcast on PBS stations statewide. Heller was appointed last year by Gov. Brian Sandoval to fill the vacancy left when John Ensign resigned. Berkley is a seven-term congresswoman from Las Vegas. She is under investigation by ...
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Sheriff's Office holds drug round-up Saturday
RENO -- The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office will give the public an opportunity to rid their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Residents can bring medications for disposal to two convenient locations: the Save Mart at 9750 Pyramid Highway in Sparks or Raley’s Pharmacy at 18144 Wedge Pkwy. in Reno The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Last year, Am...
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Safer Schools — A Closer Look
Administrators at Reed, Sparks high schools say new fences paying dividends
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Rail City Profile: May eager to help Excel Christian grow
Private Sparks school’s second-year AD leading Warriors into era of NIAA membership
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Sparks’ Judge Higgins: ‘almost unreal’
When tensions flare between two neighbors and one excessively loud barking dog, resulting in legal action in the courtroom, the last thing any courthouse wants is the plaintiff and defendant sitting a foot away from each other in the waiting area.
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Time for change
City council approves renovations to Victorian Plaza
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Campus community celebrates inauguration of 16th president
Inauguration of University of Nevada, Reno President Marc Johnson takes place on the historic Quad
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International teachers attend University of Nevada, Reno for...
Grant from U.S. Department of State brings teaching fellows from 18 countries for intensive professional development
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Reno High JROTC instructor receives high honor
Maryott crowned National Senior Army Instructor of the Year
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Sparks High senior packs schedule with variety of clubs
SPARKS — Cassandra Grimm can handle it all. From Advanced Placement classes and cheerleading practice to Student Body President and hundreds of volunteer hours, Grimm finds herself always craving a challenge.
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