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Nevada board OKs $8.1M in mining fee refunds
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Owners of small mining claims — and large mining operators — will receive a combined $8.1 million to reimburse them for mining fee increases that were adopted during a 2010 special session and repealed by Nevada lawmakers this year. The Board of Examiners, chaired by Gov. Brian Sandoval, approved the refunds during a meeting Tuesday in Carson City, with Secretary of State Ross Miller also voting in favor. Attorney Gene...
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70 percent grad rate highlights school data
One-day leadership summit stresses ‘digging deeper, becoming better’
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UNR names new dean of journalism school
Alan Stavitsky is a former TV, radio reporter who entered academia in 1990
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Dead birds found trapped in Nevada mine markers
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Plastic pipes used to mark mining claims across Nevada have become a death trap for the state's wild birds, which get stuck in the uncovered tubes and then slowly starve to death, according to state officials. The widespread deaths have prompted environmental activists to launch a campaign urging the public to remove the tubes upon sight. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management in Southern Nevada is also targeting the animal death ...
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Doctor convicted in Michael Jackson’s drug death
Conrad Murray found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in pop star’s 2009 overdose
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Pet owners, trappers at odds over trapping plan
Meetings this week will discuss limits on capture of fur-bearing animals in Clark, Washoe counties
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Wilderness bill for scenic Nevada range introduced
Proposal would protect the 26,000-acre Pine Forest Range Wilderness Area
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Police investigate suspicious death
Body of man found on Quincy Street
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Sex industry mogul sues curator over appraisal
Founder of strip clubs, adult book stores says overvaluation got him in trouble with the IRS
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International finalists return to Vegas for World Series of ...
Nine card players from seven countries are returning to Las Vegas this weekend in search of life-changing riches, the spoils of winning as much as $8.71 million at the World Series of Poker main event.
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Bailing on the big bank account
Occupy Reno protesters take part in Move Your Money Day
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Sparks Heritage Museum Gets Makeover
New cultural center nearly complete
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Volleyball camp gets long-awaited permit
Camp will still need temporary-use permit to host tournaments
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