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Female owners encourage young women to pursue football pathIt took Sheila Ford Hamp about one second to respond when asked about the potential for women in key roles in the NFL.

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Palace to investigate after Meghan accused of bullying staffLONDON — Buckingham Palace said Wednesday it was launching an investigation after a newspaper reported that a former aide had made a bullying allegation against the Duchess of Sussex.

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California to give 40% of vaccine doses to vulnerable areasSACRAMENTO, Calif. — California will begin setting aside 40% of all vaccine doses for the state’s most vulnerable neighborhoods in an effort to inoculate people most at risk from the coronavirus and get the state’s economy open more quickly.

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House passes sweeping voting rights bill over GOP oppositionWASHINGTON — House Democrats passed sweeping voting and ethics legislation over unanimous Republican opposition, advancing to the Senate what would be the largest overhaul of the U.S. election law in at least a generation.

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Dems tighten relief benefits, firm up support for virus billWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and Democrats agreed to tighten eligibility limits for stimulus checks, bowing to party moderates as leaders prepared to move their $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill through the Senate.

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U.S.-China tensions threaten global climate change effortsWASHINGTON — The world’s hopes for curbing climate change hinge on action by two giant nations whose relations are deteriorating: China and the United States.

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Double standard? Gillibrand in spotlight after Cuomo scandalWASHINGTON — Kirsten Gillibrand was the first Democratic senator to call for her colleague Al Franken's resignation in 2017 as he faced allegations of sexual misconduct, building a profile as a leading advocate for women that became the centerpiece of her 2020 presidential bid.

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Animated 'Demon Slayer' strikes chord with pandemic JapanThe demons are everywhere, sometimes spreading like purple slime, lurking, killing. The terrifying plight depicted in the swashbuckling animated film, "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train," has struck a chord with pandemic-era Japan, and possibly with the world.

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Texas power grid CEO fired after deadly February blackoutsAUSTIN, Texas — Texas' power grid manager was fired Wednesday amid growing calls for his ouster following February's deadly blackouts that left millions of people without electricity and heat for days in subfreezing temperatures.

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Marchessault's steady hand helping guide Golden Knights through seasonThat’s been Jonathan Marchessault this season. The Golden Knights forward has been a steadying force for Vegas all year, and a night after failing to score and registering a season-worst minus-three rating, Marchessault scored the eventual game-winning goal Wednesday in a 5-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild at T-Mobile Arena.

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Ioneer in A$60m capital raise for Nevada projectASX-listed ioneer on Thursday announced plans for a A$60-million capital raise to accelerate construction of its Rhyolite Ridge lithium / boron project, in Nevada.

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Boulder City police looking for missing mom, 2 childrenBoulder City police are asking for help in locating a missing woman and her two children.

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Golden Knights knock off Wild, extend win streak to 4 gamesAlex Tuch finished with a goal and an assist in the Golden Knights' victory over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena.

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CARTOON: The plot thickensConfronted with charges of sexual harassment, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo apologizes for making women feel uncomfortable.

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Security robot keeps watch at Las Vegas apartment complex"Westy" has been patrolling the grounds at the Liberty Village apartment complex, just outside the southwest corner of Nellis Air Force Base, since October.

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Las Vegas sports TV guideDaily listings for Sports on TV and radio in the Las Vegas area and live sports in the Las Vegas Valley, including events on major cable and satellite broadcasters.

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LETTER: Minimum wage will have inflationary effectsIf members of Congress impose such a massive increase in the minimum wage, regardless of how it is stretched it out, how are they going to compensate seniors on fixed incomes?

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LETTER: Andrew Cuomo accused of sexual harassmentThe governor of New York is facing sexual harassment allegations. Yet no comment from the major Democratic players and little coverage from the major networks.

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Congratulations to Nevada's Patient Zero for his COVID recoveryI congratulate "Patient Zero," Ronald Pipkins, on his recovery from COVID-19. However, I do question how Mr.

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EDITORIAL: Henderson taxpayers pay thousands to departing employeesA controversy at the Henderson city clerk's office has resulted in four people leaving their jobs and local taxpayers on the hook for rewarding "misconduct." The incident highlights the outrageous generosity of public-sector employment contracts and the perils of allowing government unions to bargaining collectively.

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UFC releases Junior dos Santos, Alistair OvereemJunior dos Santos and Alistair Overeem, two of the most popular heavyweights in UFC history, have been released by the organization.

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San Diego State wins Mountain West with victory over UNLVThe Aztecs scored the final seven points of the first half and first seven of the second and were never seriously challenged again in a victory at UNLV on Wednesday.

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Analysts approve of Sands' $6.25B sale of Vegas assetsProfits from its Las Vegas properties were substantial, but paled in comparison to revenues coming in to the company from Asia.

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Player wins $114K jackpot in MesquiteMesquite Gaming operates CasaBlanca and Virgin River Casino in the city about 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas.

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NC State's Heather MacCausland Scratches NCAAs; Nevada's Donna Depolo Gets InNorth Carolina State sophomore Heather MacCausland has withdrawn from the 2021 NCAA Championships, as an individual swimmer at least, which clears the way for Nevada breaststroker Donna Depolo to enter the meet.

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144: Nevada-Colorado State preview, Rough weekend for Pack, Boise's choke jobNevada baseball had a rough weekend. Nevada basketball also had a rough weekend. Pack hoops wraps up the regular season Friday vs Colorado State — three things to know, biggest concerns, and predictions.

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Utah nears new teen treatment rules Paris Hilton supportedSALT LAKE CITY — Utah is one hurdle away from stricter rules regulating treatment centers for troubled teens, weeks after Paris Hilton gave emotional testimony in support of the bill.

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GCB recommends licenses for fast-growing Bally's, William HillTwo companies with connections to Caesars Entertainment Inc. received unanimous recommendations for licensing Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

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California city believed first in U.S. to ban new gas stationsPETALUMA, Calif. — A Northern California city has become what's believed to be the first in the country to ban all new gas stations in an effort to curb carbon emissions.

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Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbolSALEM, Ore. — Greg Evans, a Black man who joined a parade of witnesses urging Oregon lawmakers to ban the display of nooses, said the issue was personal for him: A member of his family had been lynched over a century ago in South Carolina.

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Clark County vaccine appointment no longer so hard to come byHospitality and casino workers could become eligible in the "next couple of weeks" in Southern Nevada, a state official says.

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Knife-wielding man shot by Metro officer had called 911 on self, police sayAn anonymous 911 caller told a dispatcher Monday there was knife-toting, bloodied man in northeast Las Vegas who was "trying to hurt himself or somebody." The man said, “I think he’s going crazy, ” according to a recording broadcast Wednesday by Assistant Sheriff Brett Zimmerman.

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Report details history of violence by woman police say ran over boyfriend in HendersonA woman accused of running over and killing her boyfriend in Henderson last week told police she had previously been arrested and accused of hitting a social worker with a vehicle.

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NASCAR's 3 races sold out at Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayThe 12,500 allotment for Friday's Bucked Up 200 Truck Series race and Saturday's Alsco Uniforms 300 Xfinity Series event have joined Sunday's Cup Series Pennzoil 400 as sellouts.

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Nevada lands bill aimed at wilderness protection, housingA Clark County lands bill filed Wednesday in the House and Senate would set aside 2 million acres for wilderness protection, expand Red Road Canyon National Conservation Area and provide 30,000 acres of land to the county and Las Vegas valley cities for development and affordable housing.

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Even more chaotic than usual, Globes still had their momentsIn the opening moments of a Golden Globes night even more chaotic and confounding than usual, co-host Tina Fey raised a theoretical question: "Could this whole night have been an email?"

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SUV in crash where 13 died came through hole in border fenceHOLTVILLE, Calif. — The 13 people killed in one of the deadliest highway crashes involving migrants sneaking into the U.S. had entered California through a section of border fence with Mexico that was cut away, apparently by smugglers, immigration officials said Wednesday.

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Golden Knights return to original top-6 forward linesThe Golden Knights coach went back to his tried-and-true, top-six combinations for Wednesday's rematch against the Minnesota Wild at T-Mobile Arena, the same ones he used in the third period of Monday's come-from-behind win.

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Pac-12 tournament: USC's Jordyn Jenkins shinesJenkins scored a career-high 16 on Wednesday in a victory over Arizona State at Michelob Ultra Arena in the first round of Pac-12 tournament play.

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Las Vegas pays $160K to settle jail abuse claimsA 55-year-old man went into a coma inside the city jail and never recovered, according to a federal lawsuit.

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COVID-19 Update: County uncertain about restrictions after May 1As more of the county's residents are vaccinated for COVID-19 health officials are urging people not to get complacent about declining disease cases.

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Nevada lawsuit targets 4 baby food producersFour baby food makers were accused Wednesday in Nevada state court of producing baby food tainted with toxic metals and harming at least seven Las Vegas children who were diagnosed with autism.

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Alpine Motel fire results in additional wrongful death lawsuitsTwo more wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against the owner of the Alpine Motel Apartments - the site of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history.

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Gonzaga huge betting favorite in WCC tournamentThe top-ranked and undefeated Bulldogs are - 1,200 favorites at the Westgate to win the tournament, which starts Thursday at Orleans Arena.

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Nevada may create special court to handle water rights disputesAs disputes over water rights increasingly end up in lengthy legal battles, the Nevada Supreme Court is potentially looking to reshape how the nation's driest state handles water law.

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Bishop Gorman girls volleyball using spring to look forwardBishop Gorman hoped to win its fourth state championship in the past five seasons, but the Gaels are looking forward after those plans were thwarted by COVID.

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Raiders' Mike Mayock says Raiders happy with Derek CarrWhen quarterbacks the caliber of Deshaun Watson and Russell Wilson become available, any NFL GM would be derelict in his duty not to inquire about them.

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Quad County COVID-19 Wednesday update: Three new groups now eligible for vaccinationsCarson City Health and Human Services is reporting Wednesday, March 3, 2021 that there are 24 new cases and 51 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad County region.

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De Castroverde Law Group Announces Winners of Its Fall 2020 Teacher Appreciation AwardsDe Castroverde Law Group announced the winners of its Fall 2020 Teacher Appreciation Awards, celebrating outstanding local educators who champion their students and the teaching profession.

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Louie Anderson's ‘no harm, no foul' call on ‘Coming to America'Louie Anderson says of being picked to fill a "white" need by Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall, "I have no problem with it."

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2 die in residential fire near Kingman, ArizonaAt least two people died in a house fire late Tuesday in a rural area near Kingman, Arizona.

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Fed aid may pay for COVID catch-up summer school programDemocratic state lawmakers said Wednesday they will propose using funds from the next round of federal pandemic stimulus, as much as $1 billion, to bolster summer school programs across the state to help students recover from a year of learning lost to pandemic restrictions.

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NAIOP Southern Nevada Urges Congress to Pass the Southern Nevada Economic Development and Conservation ActLAS VEGAS – NAIOP Southern Nevada, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association representing commercial real estate developers, owners and related professionals in office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate, announced its support this week for the Southern Nevada Economic Development and Conservation Act introduced Wed.,...

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Nevada Sunrise Announces Stock Option GrantsVANCOUVER, BC, March 3, 2021 /CNW/ - Nevada Sunrise Gold Corporation announced today that it has granted a total of 2,500,000 stock options to directors, officers and consultants of the Company, exercisable at a price of $0.125 per share for a period of five years from the date of grant.

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Nevada newspaper receives legal fees in autopsy lawsuitThe Review-Journal fought for years and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to obtain child autopsy records as part of a child protection services investigation.

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Phil Hellmuth part of Junior Achievement poker fundraiserPhil Hellmuth, 15-time World Series of Poker champion, will answer questions and share insights as part of a virtual poker weekend aiding Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada.

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Dueling Axes Announces Spring Specials and Weekly ProgrammingEnjoy weekly programming and celebrate Saint Patrick's Day in style at Las Vegas' premier axe throwing lounge.

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School board argues for hours over policy change on employee speechThe policy outlining freedom of speech rights for Washoe County School District employees may soon be rewritten.

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Desert Radiology Receives Renewal as Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence From American College of RadiologyLAS VEGAS – Desert Radiology, a premier diagnostic imaging practice that has served Southern Nevada for more than 50 years, announced today it received a renewal as a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence" from the American College of Radiology , a designation that represents the pinnacle of medical imaging services."

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WPT final tables rescheduled in Las Vegas after delayThe events were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic for nearly a year. They now will be played at the PokerGO studio.

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Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada Announces New Board Member Hilary Nelson of Lexicon BankAs Lexicon Bank’s senior vice president of operations and compliance, Nelson is responsible for leading and overseeing its compliance, Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering operations.

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Mountains of green waste kept out of landfill thanks to community recyclers, Carson Valley-based Full Circle CompostWith help from the green waste recyclers in our community, Cason Valley-based Full Circle Soils and Compost had a record-breaking compost year in 2020.

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UNLV football makes changes to coaching staffUNLV hired Jonathan Krause, a graduate assistant at Oregon the past three seasons, as its wide receivers coach.

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Students, teachers excited to head back to schoolFor the first time in almost a year Clark County School District students are back on campus in Boulder City.

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Nevada bill would address educational impact of COVID-19Days after some students in the Clark County School District returned to in-person classes, Democrats in Carson City announced a proposed bill to address the educational impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Council to decide on city clerk positionDecisions about filling the open city clerk position could be made next week when City Council considers several items about the process.

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Vaccine offerings expandedBoulder City has expanded its COVID-19 vaccine offerings and now community support and frontline staff members as well as people ages 65 and up can receive them in town.

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Municipal airport Manager Frederick Williamson retiresBoulder City is losing another employee as airport manager Frederick "Willy" Williamson is retiring.

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Spring season begins April 16There is finally a sigh of relief for high school athletics as Clark County School District recently announced students can participate in spring sports beginning April 16.

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BC Juniors win big at volleyball tourneyThe BC Juniors, a local club volleyball team, came in first place in a tournament last weekend.

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Hearing set on ex-staffs claims of improper noticeTwo former employees are asking a Nevada District Court judge to rule on their claim of improper notice for a meeting last year to discuss terminating their employment contracts.

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State's efforts shine spotlight on Boulder CityIn a day in the life of a Boulder City resident, he or she is so involved with tasks and daily activities that they probably wouldn't think about how the state advertises Nevada to the nation and around the world.

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Get to know candidates before casting voteElection Day for our local primary election will be April 6. Voting for this election will again have a mail-in ballot sent to every registered voter in Boulder City.

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Restaurant favorite made easily at homePiccata: the Italian restaurant classic. You've seen it, you've ordered it, you've fallen in love with it, but what the heck is piccata?

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Haraway's creative nature takes musical spinBryan Haraway has a creative soul. He can't help it; he has to be making something.

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Program aims to help veterans fight lonelinessTo help combat the isolation and loneliness many veterans are feeling because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they are being &#; with area volunteers who will check on them and see if there is anything they need.

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In-person communication crucial to democracyWhat is happening to Boulder City as well as America has parallels. Having been a member of City Council as well as the mayor for 12 years, I have some insights to offer.

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Nevada's outdoor recreation industry saw revenue drop in 2020 during pandemicAlthough many people headed outside during the start of the pandemic, tourism and outdoor spending was down sharply in 2020 in Nevada.

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Wild West: What to know about final week, Wolf Pack's chancesEntering Wednesday's schedule, the Mountain West had four teams within a single game of each other at the top of its standings.

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Nevada opts against big Lawlor crowd, but running two ticket promos for fansSince the last time the Wolf Pack basketball team played a home game one month ago, Nevada Gov.

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Nevada lawsuit alleges baby food makers sell toxic productsFour baby food makers were accused Wednesday in Nevada state court of producing baby food tainted with toxic metals and harming at least seven Las Vegas children who were diagnosed with autism.

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Carson City Fire Department respond to smoke in apartment, find dead person insideCarson City Fire Department and sheriff's deputies responded Wednesday afternoon to a report of a fire inside a unit at the Senator Apartments, 555 Roop Street.

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Gage McKinney: St. Piran's Day canceled, but Cornish still hereNo one will toss pasties this year. The Cornish flag won't rise above city hall and the choir won't sing the Cornish anthem "Trelawny."

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Historic Tahoma Market reopens after multi-year renovationTAHOMA, Calif. — Famous for more than just delicious sandwiches and rich in history, the former PDQ Market and Deli recently reopened after an intensive two-year renovation." The market has received a facelift, but the heart, soul and sandwiches remain the same," said Constance Churchman, whose family owns the market.

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Nutrition month provides Nevadans an opportunity to learn about healthy habitsThe Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture urge Nevadans to participate in National Nutrition Month by learning about their individual nutrition and physical activity needs.

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City Council rejects Arts District food truck lotThe Las Vegas City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to deny permission to use a vacant Arts District lot as a space for hosting up to 10 food trucks, ending an often-contentious battle that has been raging in the community for several months.

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Las Vegas police officer who shot man armed with knife identifiedIt marked the Metropolitan Police Department's third police shooting of the year.

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BLM approves lithium mine in NevadaBLM approves lithium mine in Nevada; Mine could impact fish and wildlife in the area along with the loss of 15,000 acres of public land.

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Police seek 2 drivers in hit-and-run that critically injured womanPolice are continuing to search for two drivers who hit and critically injured an unidentified woman in east Las Vegas just before Christmas.

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Raiders poised to rebuild right side of offensive lineRaiders general manager Mike Mayock implied in comments Wednesday that the team is poised to move on from right guard Gabe Jackson and right tackle Trent Brown.

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Storey County board, water district oppose effort to let technology company form local governmentStorey County commissioners voted Tuesday to oppose "separatist governing control" within their jurisdiction after Democratic Gov.

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Are you building a better Carson City community? Winning essay to bring full dental careDr. Elizabeth Park intends to "lighten the load" with positive action! Reflecting on the difficult, disheartening times we are all experiencing, Dr. Elizabeth has created a Community Building Contest.

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Joey Logano's dominance top storyline for Las Vegas NASCAR raceJoey Logano will be seeking his third consecutive Pennzoil 400 victory driving a Pennzoil-sponsored car at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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Byers to host solar information sessionByers Solar/Sun Power is hosting a free, open to the public, solar information session from 3 to 4 p.m.

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Nevada City student makes Biola University's Dean's ListMikayla Stiff of Nevada City was named to Biola University's Dean's List for academic excellence.

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Updates from Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Hospital FoundationDignity Health Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital is very proud of its efforts with Outpatient Monoclonal Antibody Therapy.

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Gardening in Nevada class discusses planting to attract birdsExtension teams up with Bartley Ranch and Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space to offer this free series online.

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Raiders keep restricted free agent long-snapper Trent SiegThe long-snapper, who has spent three years with the organization, was a restricted free agent.

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It's time to get fishing gear out of winter storageIf you are among those who winterized your trout gear, now is the time to dig it back out and make ready for some of the best trout fishing of the year.

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Low vaccine supply in Nevada tied to old population dataCOVID-19 vaccine allocations have been based on an aggregation of how many adults lived in each state from 2014 through 2018, not the most recent population data.

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NASCAR weekend to affect traffic around Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayAlthough fan capacity is capped at 15 percent for NASCAR weekend in Las Vegas, officials still caution that the event likely will affect travel on Interstate 15.

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SUV in crash came through hole in border fenceSurveillance video showed a Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Suburban drive through the opening early Tuesday.

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Nevada County Captures: Diving for seedsSUBMIT A PHOTOHave you captured the faces, places and events of our lovely community? Need help finding a lost pet?

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Dave Ackerman: How would anyone know?Libby Woods organized a protest demanding justice for Sage Crawford. She states that she wants to "hold our elected officials accountable."

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Kandice Kelley: A kind gestureRecently I was walking down at Scotts Flat Lake and had some cash in my pocket.

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Carol Kuczora: Our children will payTerry Lamphier's commentary of Feb. 26, "What do Republicans stand for today? " was brilliant and covered a lot of territory.

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John Malaspina: Poor cartoon choiceAgain, again, again. This is the second time that I have written to you.

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First doses of J and J COVID-19 vaccine to be administered todayThe first doses of J and J's COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Washoe County, and Community Health Alliance will begin administering it today.

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Marsha Ostrom: Public servant's dilemmaFunny, isn’t it, that a candidate for Congress wins an election over candidates of opposing parties, and now he or she represents to Congress all the people of the district — all parties and non-parties included.

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Tom Durkin: Busted! A cautionary taleIt was the day before Thanksgiving. I was hanging out at a friend's house in Colfax, having a few beers and tokes.

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Nevada on brink of reporting 5,000th COVID deathNevada on Wednesday reported 395 new coronavirus cases and 20 additional deaths over the preceding day, state data shows.

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Hits and Misses: Lou Conter's book signing was a HITEach week we'll run through the sublime, the trivial and profound issues, decisions and goings on that strike us as Hits or Misses.

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Las Vegas OKs drive-thru service for marijuana dispensariesThe Las Vegas City Council today approved allowing drive-thru service at marijuana dispensaries. In an emergency order last May, the state temporarily allowed curbside pickup for...

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3-volume book published about legacy of Carson City MintRusty Goe's new three-volume set titled The Confident Carson City Coin Collector spotlights Nevada's legendary Carson City Mint during its coinmaking years between 1870 and 1893.

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Eligible for the COVID vaccine in Nevada, updatedNevada has increased the groups of people eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's the latest.

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Dayton Community Garden accepting applications for garden spaces, season begins March 16Sign-up forms are now available for garden plots at the Solidarity Garden in Dayton. Gardening spaces are available on a first come, first served basis, and are free for food pantry clients and SNAP recipients.

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Union Hill maps course for the school yearSince the first day of school of the 2020-21 school year, Union Hill School District has been open, offering choices for on campus instruction as well as remote learning.

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A rite of passage: Bitney Prep students take on senior projects, help communityThe Senior Project is a rite of passage for many Nevada County students, but at Bitney Prep Charter High School this assignment is also about giving back to the community." We spend a great amount of focus getting our students to be prepared for their future, but at Bitney we believe that part of that future..."

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County seeks public input on archery centerThe public is invited to attend a virtual meeting Thursday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m.

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Andrew Withers: Additional engagement, support options for Grass Valley District studentsThe Grass Valley School District recognizes that our students and families need more support and we are working collaboratively as a staff team to analyze how we can improve our program before the school year ends.

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Womxn Nature, an ecofeminist art exhibit, on display now in Nevada CityMira ClarkWHAT: Womxn Nature, an ecofeminist art exhibitWHEN: March 3 - April 30, Monday through Sunday, private tours by appointment only, to schedule call or text 530-559-6115 or email : Akashic Visions Gallery, 517 Searls Ave, Nevada City Womxn - Nature Exhibit by artist Mira Clark is on display at Akashic Visions...

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Local photographer's Yosemite Retrospective showing in SacramentoNevada City resident Kirk Keeler has been selected for a solo exhibit of his Yosemite photography by Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, located in the heart of midtown Sacramento.

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Womxn Nature, an ecofeminist art exhibit, on display now in Nevada CityMira ClarkWHAT: Womxn Nature, an ecofeminist art exhibitWHEN: March 3 - April 30, Monday through Sunday, private tours by appointment only, to schedule call or text 530-559-6115 or email : Akashic Visions Gallery, 517 Searls Ave, Nevada City Womxn - Nature Exhibit by artist Mira Clark is on display at Akashic Visions...

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Music in the Mountains and The Center for the Arts offer world music program, virtual choir for kids and familiesMusic in the Mountains and The Center for the ArtsWHAT: Music for Young Minds: World Music Program and Virtual ChoirWHERE: The MIM Google Classroom, available onlineWHEN: March 1 - May 30PRICE: FreeMORE INFO: Email or call 530-265-6124 As the pandemic restrictions continues to limit in person gatherings, art organizations are determined...

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Carson City arrests: Man tells friends he's 'sorry' via social media message for stealing their carA 35-year-old man was arrested Tuesday for suspicion of felony grand larceny of a motor vehicle, a Carson City sheriff's arrest report states.

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Free Course for Home Gardeners Who Want to Sell at Farmers MarketsA free, three-part course will be offered online beginning March 24, 2021. The Home Grown, Market Fresh Course is designed to provide the enthusiastic home gardener with everything they need to know to scale up their production and sell at their local farmers market.

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A€˜I did not do anything wrong, a€™ says suspect in Strip punching deathA 33-year-old man appeared before a judge Wednesday after being charged with punching and killing a tourist on the Las Vegas Strip.

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US contractor killed in rocket attack at Iraq base, Pentagon saysThe rocket attack was the first since the U.S. struck Iran-aligned militia targets along the Iraq-Syria border last week, killing one militiaman and stoking fears of another cycle of tit-for-tat attacks as happened more than a year ago.

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Man sought in armed robbery of central Las Vegas businessAnyone with information should call the police department's commercial robbery section at 702-828-3591.

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Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries can now operate drive-thru windowsThe City Council on Wednesday voted 6-0 to rescind a citywide restriction on such operations.

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Nevada Guard always ready, always there through year of pandemicTo meet the test of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Nevada Guard provided personnel, equipment, planning and leadership.

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Kevin Harvick earns pole position start for Las Vegas NASCAR raceKevin Harvick has been awarded the Busch Pole Award for Sunday's Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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Las Vegas police retirements up 37% in 2020The Metropolitan Police Department saw a 37 percent increase in retirements in 2020, but the agency and the officers union said the rise isn't linked to the ongoing push for police reforms.

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Carson City School District releases fan protocols, procedures and policies for athletic eventsCarson City School District has released its plan to allow limited spectators to high school athletic contests, starting with 100 fans at games, with that number increasing to 250 after March 14.

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Police uncover ‘possible plot' by militia to breach CapitolThe threat appears to be connected to a far-right conspiracy theory, mainly promoted by supporters of QAnon, that Trump will rise again to power on March 4.

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Lake Mead draws more than 8M visitors in pandemic yearMore than 8 million people visited Lake Mead National Recreation Area in 2020, elevating the park from the sixth to fifth on the list of the National Park Service's busiest sites.

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Nevada lawsuit targets 4 baby food producersFour baby food makers were accused Wednesday in Nevada state court of producing baby food tainted with toxic metals and harming at least seven Las Vegas children who were diagnosed with autism.

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Carson City Senior Center hosting weekly vaccination eventsIn partnership with Immunize Nevada and Smith's Pharmacy, the Carson City Senior Center is hosting weekly Thursday COVID-19 vaccination events for individuals 65 and older during the month of March.

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Do You Snore? Tell Your DentistDr. Tanya Al-Talib advocates for dentists becoming the first line of defense against sleep apnea and other sleep breathing issues.

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Family Art Night featured Friday at Carson City's Children's MuseumThe Children's Museum of Northern Nevada in Carson City is hosting its first ever Family Art Night For family art night we will be instructing the color wheel!

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Las Vegas police investigating apparent murder-suicide in southwest valley.Las Vegas police were investigating an apparent murder-suicide Wednesday morning in the southwest valley.

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WebstaurantStore Nevada Distribution Hiring EventDue to rapid growth, WebstaurantStore is currently seeking energetic and highly motivated warehouse associates. We will be hosting a hiring event from 9 a.m.

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Low-income workers, small businesses still digging out from pandemicEven though the economy of Reno and Sparks continues to recover from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the recovery is very uneven.

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A Visit with Mom's FriendAfter an awe-inspiring trip to Death Valley National Park, we reluctantly bid farewell to this incredible national park.

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Nevada's outdoor recreation industry saw revenue drop in 2020 during pandemicAlthough many people headed outside during the start of the pandemic, tourism and outdoor spending was down sharply in 2020 in Nevada.

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KUNR Today: Bill To Block Yucca Mountain Is Back, A Special COVID-19 RecoveryHere are your local news headlines for the morning of Wednesday, Mar.

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Pandemic puts 1 in 3 nonprofits in financial jeopardy, study findsOfficials of Candid, which includes the philanthropic information resources GuideStar and Foundation, and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, which analyzes charitable giving during crises, said the most dire scenarios could be avoided if donations were to increase substantially - from the government as well as from private contributors.

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Nevada lawsuit alleges baby food makers sell toxic productsLAS VEGAS — Four baby food makers were accused Wednesday in Nevada state court of producing baby food tainted with toxic metals and harming at least seven Las Vegas children who were diagnosed with autism.

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Beech-Nut, Hain Celestial, Gerber, Nurture included in baby food lawsuitA group of local parents are suing four baby food manufacturers after a congressional report released last month found their products are tainted with high levels of toxic metals.

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Spring Mountain racing facility hosts a job fairExpansion plans are again underway at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club on the far south end of Pahrump.

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Fire destroys outbuilding, personal propertyA structure fire in a non-hydrant neighborhood, created a few challenges for Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Services crews last week.

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Letters to the EditorJeepers creepers, been in Pahrump over a year now. We absolutely love it! Except for too many people here who need to move to a place that accepts socialism &.like in California or many, many, many other places that like socialists, killing children and killing the economy!

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Wine Ridge RV resort hosting ‘Pound Auction' fundraiserPahrump's Wine Ridge RV Resort and Cottages clubhouse is the venue for a special fundraiser benefiting the Never Forgotten Animal Society.

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Nevada Counties Prepare to Manage Own Virus RulesNevada officials are preparing to cede decision-making power over the state's coronavirus measures to county officials.

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Nevada County weather: Sunny skies until Friday nightSkies appear clear for the rest of the work week, until Friday night, when rain is forecast, according to the National Weather Service.

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Joe Biden, Steve Sisolak viewed favorably in Nevada pollNevadans have favorable views of how Gov. Steve Sisolak and President Joe Biden are leading the state and nation, with more than half supporting Sisolak's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Las Vegas Sands sells the Venetian, Palazzo, Sands Expo for $6.25BIn the two-part deal, VICI Properties will buy the property and all assets associated with the Venetian Resort Las Vegas and the Sands Expo for $4 billion.

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Defending champions Daub, Gladd open with wins at SpeedwayDefending champions Brady Gladd and Mark Daub opened the 2021 racing season on a high note by posting victories on opening day Feb.

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Some evacuated for fire at central Las Vegas apartment complexA fire in a carport spread to a building at a central Las Vegas apartment complex early Wednesday, forcing the evacuation of a handful of residents.

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Scammers Find Fertile Ground In Nevada During Pandemic"Part of that is just the transient nature of Nevada and just a little bit of what we're known for - gambling, taking a risk and then it's actually relatively easy to form a corporation here in Nevada," said Laura Tucker, deputy attorney general with the AG's Bureau of Consumer Protection.Â.

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Security officials to testify on Jan. 6 mistakes at CapitolSenators are eager Wednesday to grill the officials from the Pentagon, the National Guard and the Justice and Homeland Security departments about their preparations as supporters of then-President Donald Trump talked online, in some cases openly, about gathering in Washington and interrupting the electoral count.

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Nevada Exploration Begins 2021 Drilling Campaign at its South Grass Valley Carlin-Type Gold Project TSX Venture Exchange:NGERENO, Nev., March 03, 2021 - Nevada Exploration Inc. is pleased to announce that it has begun the first hole of its 2021 drilling program at its South Grass Valley project, where the Company has discovered a large new Carlin-type mineral system along a regional-scale structural feature called the Water Canyon structural corridor . NGE’s...

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Woman ran over boyfriend with minivan, police report saysA Las Vegas woman has been charged with intentionally running over her boyfriend with a minivan during a dispute over a cell phone.

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Nevada County Captures: Diving for seedsSUBMIT A PHOTOHave you captured the faces, places and events of our lovely community? Need help finding a lost pet?

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What's cooking: Fish fry and themed doughnuts and drinksSt. Patrick's Day treats at Pinkbox Doughnuts and special drinks at The Underground.

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Las Vegas Sands sells Venetian, Palazzo, Sands Expo propertiesAffiliates of Apollo Global Management Inc. and Vici Properties Inc. will acquire The Venetian, Palazzo and the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

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Las Vegas weather: Sky to cloud up as winds kick upA clear Wednesday sky will gradually turn to clouds by late afternoon with winds gusting up to 30 mph in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.

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Tick Segerblom the establishment? The hell you say!Since when is Tick Segerblom not liberal enough to be chairman of the Democratic Party?

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Report reflects measures to boost in-person schoolsThe Nevada Health Response Center highlighted support provided by the Nevada Department of Education, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health and other state agencies to ensure that Nevada students and educators can have access to in-person education in as safe a manner as possible.

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Cattlemen again offering two college scholarshipsThe Nevada Cattlemen's Association has announced its 2021 scholarship opportunities.

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Woods named to board of the Children's CabinetThe Childrens Cabinet is pleased to announce Tracey Woods as a new member of its board of trustees.

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Extension programs will focus on human resourcesUniversity of Nevada, Reno Extension will hold two online town halls to help small businesses with current human resources issues and give tips on how to better use technology to help with human resources tasks.

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Group holds event to raise awareness of proposed solar projectsBasin and Range Watch, a nonprofit that advocates for conservation of deserts across California and Nevada, recently held a socially distanced rally against solar projects in the desert.

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NNSS archivist DeMarre retires after more than 40 years"Have you ever seen that episode on ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation,' where Barclay becomes one with the computer?"

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WGU initiative designed to lessen financial barriersWith millions of American workers facing the urgent need to reskill or upskill for a post-pandemic economy, nonprofit online Western Governors University announced the launch of its Equitable Access Initiative.

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Cage: Vaccine has reached almost 14% of residentsAlmost 14% of Nevada's population has received at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine, with 669,366 doses administered and reported to NV WebIZ as of Feb.

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House again passes gender anti-discrimination billThe House of Representatives voted 224-206 to pass the Equality Act, which would amend the 1964 Civil Rights Act to protect people from being discriminated based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing and other services as well as access to public accommodations such as restaurants.

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Names of Nevada landmarks should represent values that make us proudWith the renaming of McCarran International Airport in honor of Harry Reid, Las Vegas is taking a significant step forward symbolically.

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Assembly bill calls for a unified Nevada strategy to combat human traffickingCARSON CITY— James Dold was only a middle schooler, but the trauma inflicted by the sexual abuse he suffered years before had long haunted him.

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Nevada Guard always ready, always there through year of pandemicTo meet the test of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Nevada Guard provided personnel, equipment, planning and leadership.

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Assembly bill calls for a unified Nevada strategy to combat human traffickingCARSON CITY— James Dold was only a middle schooler, but the trauma inflicted by the sexual abuse he suffered years before had long haunted him.

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How seniors can protect themselves from imposter scamsSeniors must stay vigilant as scammers try all angles to separate their targets from their money and sensitive information, a panel of experts said Tuesday.

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Assembly bill calls for a unified Nevada strategy to combat human traffickingCARSON CITY— James Dold was only a middle schooler, but the trauma inflicted by the sexual abuse he suffered years before had long haunted him.

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Analysis: Biden aims to manage expectations with pandemicWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden doesn’t just have to manage the coronavirus pandemic, he also has to manage people’s expectations for how soon the country will come out of it.

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Daytona 500 winner McDowell takes hot streak to Las VegasCHARLOTTE, N.C. — Michael McDowell was rolling along at Homestead-Miami Speedway when he saw another driver signal for a car to pass.

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Winter Dace Count Performed At Warm SpringsThe endangered Moapa dace was found to be healthy and in good numbers last week as a team of biologists conducted the biannual Moapa dace census in the Warm Springs headwaters of the Muddy River.

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MVHS Office Named For Logandale CoupleA well-beloved principal of the past was honored last week at the Moapa Valley High School.

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Retriever Trials See Strong ShowingThe Las Vegas Hunting Retriever Club held its annual qualifier event last weekend. The trials started on Thursday, February 25 and continued through Sunday, February 28.

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Classic Car Owners Still Cruising The StreetsBack in the day, Saturday evenings were a time that the young people gathered at the drive-ins in their tricked-out cars.

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Nevada Street murder suspect turns himself inA suspect in a Monday shooting in east Toledo is in custody. Brandon Lampros, 22, turned himself in Wednesday.

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Suspect from Nevada St. shooting in custodyCuomo issues public apology in wake of scandal: 'I never meant to offend anyone'

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PolarX fattens up Nevada gold tenurePolarX has expanded its ground holdings in Nevada, pegging an additional 96 mining claims across the Fourth of July prospect area where sampling returned assays of up to 15.28 grams per tonne gold and an incredible 2639.3 g/t silver.

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Texas becomes biggest U.S. state to lift COVID-19 mask mandateAUSTIN, Texas — Texas is lifting its mask mandate, Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, making it the largest state to no longer require one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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Ledecky returns to competition with time ticking to TokyoLike everyone else, Katie Ledecky was forced to shelve her plans when the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

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Biden faces steep challenges to reach renewable energy goalsPresident Joe Biden wants to change the way the U.S. uses energy by expanding renewables, but he will need to navigate a host of challenges — including the coronavirus pandemic and restoring hundreds of thousands of lost jobs — to get it done.

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House prepares to pass landmark voting rights, ethics billWASHINGTON — House Democrats are poised to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in statehouses across the country.

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Biden's Cabinet half-empty after slow start in confirmationsPresident Joe Biden's Cabinet is taking shape at the slowest pace of any in modern history, with just over a dozen nominees for top posts confirmed more than a month into his tenure.

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California clinics: More vaccines going to rich than at-riskSAN FRANCISCO — Teresa Parada is exactly the kind of person equity-minded California officials say they want to vaccinate: She's a retired factory worker who speaks little English and lives in a hard-hit part of Los Angeles County.

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Nevada County weather: Sunny skies until Friday nightSkies appear clear for the rest of the work week, until Friday night, when rain is forecast, according to the National Weather Service.

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ASU baseball's offense continues surge in 13-4 victory over NevadaASU baseball found a rhythm offensively with its highest scoring day of the season.

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Off to the races: A Nevada Senate contest to watchSen. Catherine Cortez Masto helped Democrats recapture the Senate, and Republicans have her in their sights in 2022.

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Dr. Seuss books won't be published over images deemed racistSix Dr. Seuss books — including "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street" and "If I Ran the Zoo" — will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves and protects the author's legacy said Tuesday.

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Reno Police conducting pedestrian safety patrolsThe Reno Police Department has been conducting grant-funded pedestrian safety operations in the city, most recently on Feb.

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Biden urges Senate Dems to rally behind $1.9T virus billWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden urged Senate Democrats on Tuesday to rally behind a $1.9 trillion COVID-relief bill and stood by his proposed $1,400 payments to individuals, even as some party moderates sought to dial back parts of the package.

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Johnson and Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine arrives in NevadaThe Washoe County Health District said it received about 3,600 doses in its first shipment of the newly approved drug.

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Budget nominee Tanden withdraws nomination amid oppositionWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden's pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden, has withdrawn her nomination after she faced opposition from key Democratic and Republican senators for her controversial tweets.

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1 year later: Nevada's 'patient zero' still feels lasting effects of COVID-19Click here for updates on this story. LAS VEGAS  Nearly one year after becoming Nevada's first confirmed COVID-19 patient, Ronald Pipkins said he's still not feeling 100%.

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Obituary for Barbara CarpenterBarbara Carpenter August 21, 1932  February 22, 2021 Barbara passed away on February 22, 2021.

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Obituary for Justice Troy Scott ForknerJustice Troy Scott Forkner December 19, 2003 - February 8, 2021 Justice Forkner passed away on February 8, 2021 in Grass Valley California, he was 17 years old.

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'First of its kind' Nevada Esports Commission would be created under new billNevada could be the first state to create a governing body for the fast-growing industry of esports, or competitive video games, under a new bill introduced by Reno Senator Ben Kieckhefer.

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Carson City, Quad County COVID-19 Tuesday briefing: 1 death, 10 new cases and 45 recoveriesCarson City Health and Human Services is reporting Tuesday, March 2, 2021 that there is an additional death due to COVID-19 in the Quad County region.

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Utah man arrested for kidnapping teen girl in Nevada, troopers sayTroopers with the Nevada Highway Patrol arrested a man from Utah on suspicion that he kidnapped a 15-year-old girl last month, according to a press release.

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Nevada to let some sports tournaments resume March 15LAS VEGAS — Lacrosse was reclassified from a full-contact to minimal-contact sport in Nevada's coronavirus playbook on Tuesday, as Gov.

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Nevada County stays in purple tierNevada County once again took a step backward in its COVID-19 risk metrics after showing steady progress the previous three weeks.

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The cost of medicine: Nevada County Cannabis Alliance offers relief through local supply chainThe Nevada County Cannabis Alliance has launched a Compassion Care program to provide accessible, plant-based medicine — in the form of full spectrum CBD cannabis products — to critically ill patients in the area." This program is the first in the country where we are — within our association, within our local supply chain — bringing..."

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Suspect, juvenile taken to burn center after honey oil lab explosion in apartmentA man suspected of operating a butane honey oil lab is facing multiple felony charges after an explosion lifted the roof off his Grass Valley apartment Monday night.

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Aces hold season opener May 13 with reduced crowd capacityGreater Nevada Field will be open for the first time in more than a year at the team's season opener against the Sugar Land Skeeters, from Texas.

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Cure 4 the Kids Foundation Recognizes Founder Annette Logan-ParkerLAS VEGAS – Cure 4 The Kids Foundation is recognizing founder and CEO Annette Logan-Parker and her family for their outstanding contributions and unwavering support of Nevada’s only childhood outpatient treatment center for children battling cancer and other life-threatening conditions.

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Getting in the game: Local alumni start to see playing time as several college sports resume seasonsWITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDSFor both Menary and Maronic, the transition has been made easier by quickly bonding with their new teammates." Our team is one that likes to have a lot of fun," Menary said.

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‘Excited to have people': Inn Town Campground reopens for 2021The Inn Town Campground in Nevada City reopened Monday, after closing for January and February." Being a family-owned small business, we really enjoyed having a little bit of a pause, and now we are both super excited to get back into camping season," said owner Erin Thiem.

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Above and beyond': Bear River assistant principal wins county, regional awardsBear River High School Assistant Principal Cathy Peterson has been awarded the Co-Administrator of the Year Award by the Nevada County chapter of the Association of California School Administrators.

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New Saturday night stream offers a smorgasbord of art and musicPandemic or not, when was the last time you went out on a Saturday night in Reno and saw multiple musicians perform, learned about gleaning through an interview in a hot tub, toured an art opening at the Depot Gallery in Sparks, learned the ins and outs of recycling in Washoe County, caught a stand-up.

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Carson City's Tap Shack sold to new owners, to become The Tap @ Rice St.Carson City's Tap Shack has been sold to new owners, long-time residents Todd and Dixie Thomsen, who are currently renovating both the inside and outside patio.

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Former Nevada inmate awarded $1.35M for wrongful convictionLAS VEGAS — A Nevada man who was exonerated after spending more than two decades in prison for a 1992 murder that he didn't commit has been awarded a $1.35 million settlement and a certificate of innocence from the state.

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Mary Fischer's voice made a difference, leaves a lasting legacy in Carson CityAs we begin Women's History Month, we wish to posthumously honor a Carson City icon who unexpectedly passed on February 14 of this year.

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California Exodus, COVID-19 Factors Boost Northern Nevada Self-Storage MarketThe Northern Nevada self-storage market has recently benefited from increased demand due to factors stemming from COVID-19 and an influx of former California residents and business owners seeking relocation.

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Local Business Owner Accepted Into Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business ProgramCARSON CITY, Nev. – Renee Plain, co-owner of Carson City-based In Plain Sight Marketing, was accepted into the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses National Cohort at Babson College, located in Massachusetts.

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James M. Wright Named Chief Marshal for the Nevada Appellate CourtsCARSON CITY, NV – The Nevada Supreme Court announced today that James M. Wright has been appointed as the Chief Marshal for the Nevada Appellate Courts, effective March 1.

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Nevada Poll finds Sisolak, Biden with favorable ratingsNevadans have favorable views of how Gov. Steve Sisolak and President Joe Biden are leading the state and nation, with more than half supporting Sisolak's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Lanes: Understanding your place in line in Carson City and beyondAs the challenges from COVID-19 and the government's responses are always evolving, so too are the channels of vaccination for the Carson City, Quad-County area.

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CAMCO Employees Demonstrate Their Giving Hearts in FebruaryDuring a month synonymous with love, local community management company Complete Association Management Co. spread a lot of it.

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Storey County passes resolution against Innovation ZonesStorey County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to "oppose separatist governing control" and the carving up of the county with an Innovation Zone.

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The MolinaCares Accord Donates $273,000 to Nevada Nonprofits Combating Health DisparitiesPress release content from Business Wire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.

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Lacrosse reclassified as ‘minimal-contact sport' in NevadaSpanish Springs High School Lacrosse celebrated the announcement, tweeting in part "Way to fight... and way to win Nevada lax players!"

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Nevada adjutant general names first Joint Force Headquarters honorary commanderDan Morgan, Nevada Military Support Alliance president and CEO of the Builders Association of Northern Nevada, is set to become the Nevada Guard's first Joint Force Headquarters honorary commander during a ceremony Tuesday at the Office of the Adjutant General in Carson City, Maj.

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Nevada Democrats re-introduce push to block Yucca MountainLAS VEGAS — Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada is reviving a push to block the creation of a national nuclear-waste dump at Yucca Mountain.

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Nevada Donor Network Applauds AOPO's "50,000 Organ Transplants by 2026" Campaign that Focuses on Improving System and Saving More LivesLAS VEGAS-Nevada Donor Network applauds and supports the newly announced Association of Organ Procurement Organizations' groundbreaking effort to reach 50,000 organ transplants annually by 2026.

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Nevada Newsmakers Tue, Mar 2 2021Guests: Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford.

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Nevada County police blotter: Neighbor leaving homemade parking tickets on vehicles9:18 a.m. — A caller from the 100 block of Race Street reported a neighbor was patrolling the streets and leaving homemade tickets on vehicles regarding parking on the public roadway.

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A nation in mourningLast week, President Biden ordered the American flag to be flown at half-staff for five days in observance of all the Americans lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NID cancels water management preview meetingThe Nevada Irrigation District today announced that it has canceled the planned evening meetings on the Agricultural Water Management Plan previously scheduled for March 3 and 4.

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‘Just happy to be out here': Nevada Union cross-country completes COVID-adjusted season on high noteSeveral Miners earned all-league honors for their efforts throughout the shortened season, including Schreck, Jessie Slade, Jake Slade, Travis Selby and Wesley Selby.

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Eric Holtrop: Skin and breast cancersThis is a correction to a Feb. 23 statement in The Union that breast cancer is the No.

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Carson City students 'Soar into Reading' with launch of National Read Across America Day, Reading WeekEach year, National Read Across America Day is observed on March 2, the birthday of children's book author Ted Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss.

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Pandemic rush outside not enough to offset hit to recreation industryA new report found that the pandemic has hurt the outdoor and recreation industry in Nevada overall.

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'No-brainer.' Second time's been a charm for Warren Washington and NevadaNevada sophomore Warren Washington's love for basketball started when he was 5 years old. "I remember playing on the toddler hoops," Washington said.

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Toledo police seek 2 suspects in Nevada Street homicideToledo police detectives are searching for two suspects in a Monday night homicide. According to a press release from the Police Department, around 6:30 p.

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Reno homicide suspect arrested near Nevada-Oregon borderAuthorities in northern Nevada say a suspect in a Reno homicide was taken into custody over 200 miles away after a chase involving officers from...

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Moving research innovation forwardYou may ask why universities engage in filing for patents and other commercialization activities. The reality is that in the course of your academic research, you may have discovered or created something that could benefit the world outside of your lab.

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