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“Today is a great day for Reno, Nev. citizens”
RENO — “Today is a great day for Reno, Nev. citizens,” said Reno Mayor Bob Cashell at a news conference Thursday. The City of Reno announced Thursday it has found a way to staff all its fire stations with four-man crews and keep open all 14 of its stations with the help of a $13 million, 2-year federal grant. The grant by U.S. Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and arrives at a time when the city and Washo...
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Big change to Big Nickel starts today
Longtime classified ad paper will be printed on white newsprint as mills have stopped making yellow paper
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Federal appeals court hears arguments over Yucca Mountain
Proponents of nuclear waste dump urge feds to move forward with licensing plan
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Kindergarten signups to start Monday
RENO — Registration for kindergarten or first-grade students who are new to the Washoe County School District for the 2012-2013 school year begins Monday. Parents can fill out the registration forms prior to this date using the district’s online registration system. Registration must be completed, however, at the student’s zoned school anytime on or after Monday. “We’re looking forward to welcoming our youngest students to school in the coming...
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Sparks FD to hold pinning ceremony
Eight to be promoted at event on Thursday
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Group sues USDA over predator killing program
Conservationists argue that Depression-era tactics are illegal, outdated, wasteful
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City OKs code change to crack down on nuisance properties
City adds definitions to code, enacts a way to recoup abatement costs from property owners
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A Nugget of Opportunity
Ascuaga family holds annual lunch to give scholarships to local college-bound high school seniors
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$10k reward for killing of wild horses in 2 states
Nearly a dozen animals have been killed in four separate incidents in CA, NV
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Car hits back of stopped bus
Authorities believe alcohol might be involved; no one was hurt
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Reno Arch to go blue in honor of fallen police officers
Memorial will be held May 4 at Idlewild Park
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Let Your Voice Be Heard
Class today through city of Sparks will introduce participants to world of voice acting
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BLM wild horse citizen panel faces conflicts
Longtime rural veterinarian is new chair of the board advising government
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The recorder: An instrumental part of music education
Group performs annual concert on centuries-old instrument
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