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Spreading the word
Local dog owners share experiences, spread awareness of coyotes
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Learning the principals
Business, community leaders shadow local principals for inside look at schools
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Help Wanted: Athletic Trainers
The financial crisis in northern Nevada has taken its toll on pretty much every area of life in the Truckee Meadows. The Washoe County School District took a big hit and hasn’t fully recovered.
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‘Make it competitive’
SSHS junior brings competitive nature to sports, classroom
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WCSD receives national recognition with CUBE award
RENO -- –The National School Boards Association (NSBA) has awarded the Washoe County School District the Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) Annual Award for Urban School Board Excellence for 2012. “Washoe County has made tremendous gains in increasing its graduation rate, increasing the achievement of low-income and minority students, and placing highly qualified teachers in its schools with the greatest needs,” said Joseph S. Villani...
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Ozone scientists, air quality agencies to meet in Reno, addr...
RENO -- A conference on atmospheric ozone, a highly reactive form of oxygen that can cause health and environmental problems, is being hosted by the Western States Air Resources Council (WESTAR) and the University of Nevada, Reno. The conference, which begins Wednesday, will address current policy issues and increase understanding of the science regarding concentrations, sources and transport in the western United States. “We’ve had a lot of i...
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Council approves playground funding
Sparks City Council members’ lunch break was likely longer than Monday’s City Council meeting. It was adjourned after just about 20 minutes of discussion and decisions. In its swiftness, the council approved a more than $189,000 improvement to playground equipment at Les Hicks Park in Sparks.
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Firefighters hold pancake breakfast, give live safety demons...
National Fire Prevention week kicked off in recent days, and in the Rail City, local firefighters welcomed the community down to their 23rd Annual Pancake Breakfast. While those who took part in the breakfast got to enjoy a delicious meal, they also got to learn about fire safety.
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Reed High senior finds joy, career by being involved on RHS ...
As a high school senior, staying busy is not a difficult task. College and job applications need to be filled out. Scholarship monies need to be sought and the last seasons of sports need to be played.
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Gas prices soar in Sparks
Despite the drastic 15-cent jump in gas prices between Wednesday and Friday, AAA officials say that prices are stabilizing and will be falling later this week.
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All about bragging rights
Sp. Springs High annual dodgeball tournament sees biggest turnout yet
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Gaming executives gather in Tahoe to learn, face off in mana...
Top gaming executives from around the world with gather in Lake Tahoe next week to sharpen their management skills, discuss current topics relevant to the gaming industry and hear from industry experts. They will also spend time all week preparing to face off against one another in teams at the end of week, in a competition where each team has to address a hypothetical, gaming-related management challenge – a battle of the best in gaming.
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Rail City Profile: Hitting the ground running
Nugget events manager maintains deep Nevada roots with new job
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First Lady steals spotlight
Michelle Obama draws more than 3,000 for stump speech at UNR
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Senior takes unique approach in handling heavy schedule
Homecoming week at Spanish Springs High School is an exciting time for high school students. For senior Sidney Sinclair, it means less sleep, a packed schedule, several hours spent decorating and a few hours in front of the mirror making sure her costume for each spirit day is perfect. Sinclair is used to being a memorable face in the crowd of Spanish Springs High students. Being involved in her school is something she strives for and has help...
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Washoe County schools celebrate International Walk to School...
RENO – Eighteen schools in Washoe County welcomed fall by participating in International Walk To School Day on Wednesday. Students and their families, along with teachers and community leaders, joined schools from around the nation and the world to celebrate walking and “rolling” to school. “Walk to School Day is an internationally recognized day to celebrate the benefits of active transportation by encouraging school children to walk and bike...
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