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Nev. Casinos File New Challenge To Tax Initiative

Posted: 02/27/2008 - The Nevada Resort Association has filed a new challenge to the latest version of a constitutional amendment aimed at raising casino taxes to fund education proposed by the teacher's union.

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Why Did Every Starbucks Close?

Updated: 02/27/2008 - Coffee loving Starbucks fans will be glad to know the world famous coffee brand will be reopening their doors for business this Wednesday morning.

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Reed High Class Wins Trip To D.C.

Posted: 02/27/2008 - Congratulations are in order Wedenesday for a Reed High School class who have won a trip to Washington D.C.

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Report Projects Nevada Economy Will Rebound By 2010

Posted: 02/27/2008 - State economists predict Nevada's economy will rebound by 2010, fueled mainly by an ongoing construction boom of megaresorts in southern Nevada that will likely improve the housing market.

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Mercury Spill Causes Scare in Fallon, but No Apparent Danger

Updated: 02/27/2008 - A small mercury spill caused a scare at a northern Nevada high school where more than 600 people temporarily were locked down Monday but initial tests showed there was little contamination and no immediate health hazard, state environmental officials said.

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Trooper's Friends Prepare to Say Goodbye

Updated: 02/26/2008 - While Kara Kelly Borgagnone's family prepares to say their final goodbyes, local police, sheriff's deputies, and highway patrol troopers are also holding vigil for their fellow peace officer. Before becoming a trooper with NHP, Borgagnone served as a parole and probation officer in our community for eight years.

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Pyramid Lake Paiute Elder Dies at 77

Posted: 02/26/2008 - Funeral services are scheduled Thursday for Frank Winnemucca, an elder of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe and among the last direct descendants of Chief Winnemucca, leader of the Paiute tribe in the early 1880s.

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Woman Pleads Not Guilty in Tahoe Tree Cutting

Posted: 02/26/2008 - An Incline Village woman has pleaded not guilty to federal charges for allegedly hiring a company to cut down three old-growth trees to improve her view of Lake Tahoe.

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Special Flu Shot Clinic

Updated: 02/25/2008 - Washoe County Health Department is offering two special flu shot clinics because of late flu season.

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Classes to Resume in Quake-Rattled Wells

Posted: 02/25/2008 - Students in Wells will return to classes this week after a strong earthquake damaged the high school and much of the town's historical district.

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UNR Cops Say No Confidence in Chief

Updated: 05/07/2010 - Some University of Nevada police officers say the department is ill equipped and unprepared and, they complain, they are saddled with "service" calls that take away from patrol assignments.

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