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May Arboretum Turns 25
Silver anniversary celebrated with tree planting ceremony
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Reno River Fest kicks off
The unofficial hello to summer takes place all weekend
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Finding perfect prom attire
Aly’s Prom Closet is holding its annual dress sale today
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Little economic balm for Nevada higher ed cuts
While a few rays of economic sunshine beamed down this week on Nevada’s educators in kindergarten to 12th grade, their counterparts in the college and university system are still feeling decidedly under the weather.
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Lights, camera, confidence!
Former Sparks middle school teacher heads effort to revive the area’s acting abilities
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Tea Time
Sparks residents can attend a Mother’s Day weekend tea party to benefit Sparks Heritage Museum
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Construction to close US 395 ramps at Mill, Glendale and Plumb
Closures to occur starting at 9 p.m. today until 6 a.m. Saturday
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Nev. Dems release plan to extend taxes
Party leaders say their plan will avoid deep cuts to education and social services
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Help needed with Adopt-a-Pool project
RENO — With the help from the collective aquatic community, the city’s outdoor pools are opening for the summer season. Some labor is needed to open them, so the Adopt-A-Pool 2011 program is asking for help. Below are some details and the labor requirements and dates to open these pools. May 31 — A large pump will be used to drain the pool and this takes most of the first day. The green slime that is exposed as the water line drops must be cle...
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Tolerance Through Music
The Gay Men’s Chorus puts a positive face on the gay community
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Nuclear agency under fire for confusion over Yucca Mountain
Lawmakers say the procedures were too secretive regarding the proposed waste dump
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New business to bring 650 jobs
Governor introduces plans for an Urban Outfitters ordering facility Wednesday
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Report: Nev. bankruptcy filings down
State still leads nation with the highest rate
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State budget director nominated for Reno post
CARSON CITY (AP) — State Budget Director Andrew Clinger has been tapped to become city manager of Reno. Reno Mayor Bob Cashell on Wednesday said he is recommending the City Council hire Clinger for the post. Clinger has worked in state government since 1997. He was named budget director in 2005 by former Gov. Kenny Guinn, and retained his position under both former Gov. Jim Gibbons and current Gov. Brian Sandoval. Clinger says the Reno job wou...
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HAN renews commitment to Reno-Sparks
Mayors placed on board of directors, Walter resigns, Long Beach show canceled
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Nevada Dems to make high counter-bid on gov’s ed cuts
Plan is to inflate per-student funding beyond what Sandoval proposes in his budget
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