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Rail City Profile : MLB memories live strong for Newell
Throughout the world, from neatly groomed fields to dirt lots, children are playing the game of baseball. Along with their gloves and bats, the players also haul in tow with them a love of the game that drives dreams of someday walking onto a major league field as a professional player, the same dream that still flashes across the eyes of Tom Newell as he recounts his own big league story.
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Air races go on year after deadly crash
RENO — The vintage World War II fighters roaring out of the Valley of Speed are as loud as ever, their colorful paint jobs as bright as the enthusiasm of the loyal aviation buffs who fill the grandstands in Reno.
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Romney thanks Guard members; vows strong military
RENO — On the anniversary Tuesday of the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Sept. 11 is a day to renew a resolve to protect the nation from "evil" attacks and thanked members of the National Guard for their service and sacrifices.
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Danger in air again at Reno National Air Races
RENO — The annual air race in Nevada's Valley of Speed has a new name. Fans returning to see vintage World War II fighter planes streak across the sky will sit farther away. And a redesigned course poses less risk as pilots make the final turn toward the finish line.
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Living in the moment
Reed High junior not ready yet to leave high school behind
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Upcoming rate analysis, adjustment to senior center hours hi...
SPARKS — The Sparks City Council approved Monday an upcoming Rate Analysis Study that will evaluate the city’s sewer, storm drain and effluent (recycled water) systems and provide current rates for the utilities. The contract for the study was awarded to the FCS Group for $137,651.
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Great Basin Brewery debuts farmers’ market, showcases local ...
The end of August not only signals the end of summer, it means the end of farmers’ market season on Victorian Square. However, Great Basin Brewing Company refuses to let the local farming season die.
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Paul Ryan outlines plan for Republican campaign
The battle for swing-state Nevada is on as the Republican political campaign of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan make their rounds in northern Nevada, making two stops in four days.
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Community lessons taught at Sparks Museum
SPARKS — For 25 years of her 32-year teaching career Tammy Higgins has brought her students to the Sparks Museum and Cultural Center. The first-grade teacher feels the museum is an important symbol of community, and a perfect place to teach children about what their community has to offer.
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Sparks Senior Center gets facelift
Michelle McDonald inherited about 20 grandparents over the past several months working with senior citizens at the Sparks Senior Citizens Center. McDonald, who has seen the passing of all her grandparents, was overcome with emotion Wednesday when she took the microphone to address the Reno-Sparks Leadership (RSL) class.
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Rail City Profile : Rathmann discusses finer points of manag...
SPARKS — As the final day of the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off came to a close, Jay Rathmann, owner and manager of BJ’s Barbecue Restaurant in Sparks, easily recalled his first Nugget Rib Cook-Off. He was 17.
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Get Your Health ON! : UNR students receive free health asses...
RENO — Students are in full swing for the fall semester at the University of Nevada, Reno, and so are the pressures and stressors that accompany college life. Upcoming tests, feeling homesick and roommate arguments are some of the many things that cause stress to college students.
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Nugget, local businesses conduct mass cleaning efforts follo...
SPARKS — A short line of port-a-potties, some containing fencing and a few vendors’ trucks are all that remain Tuesday on Victorian Square in wake of the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off.
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US Supreme Court Justice Scalia visiting Vegas
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A planned visit by conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to a Las Vegas Roman Catholic church for a ceremony seeking divine guidance for legal professionals and to a Las Vegas Strip casino reception afterward was drawing criticism Tuesday from a liberal activist who promised demonstrations to mark the events. Scalia, who is due to begin his 27th year on the court next month, also is scheduled Wednesday to spea...
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