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Feds Cite Barrick Over Mine Fatality

Updated: 04/06/2004 - The federal government has issued two citations to Barrick Goldstrike Mines Inc. over a fatality last year at a northern Nevada mine.

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State, Tribe Make Deal Over Taxes

Updated: 04/06/2004 - The Nevada Tax Commission has approved an agreement with an Indian tribe in Reno that will enable the state to share in some of the tax revenue from business on tribal land.

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Petition Targeting Lawmaker-Public Employees May Vanish

Updated: 04/06/2004 - The head of a petition drive to block full-time government employees from serving as part-time Nevada legislators says he'll drop the petition if, as he expects, the state Supreme Court rules against such dual service.

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Snyder To Enter NBA Draft

Updated: 04/05/2004 - Nevada swingman Kirk Snyder has hired an agent and will skip his senior season to enter the NBA draft.

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Sparks Marine Honored For Bravery

Lance Corporal Donald Cline

Updated: 04/05/2004 - The widow of a Marine killed in Iraq a year ago has been presented a medal recognizing his valor.

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Rep. Gibbons To Be Challenged

Congressman Jim Gibbons, R-Nevada

Updated: 04/05/2004 - Nevada political newcomer David Bennett, a computer technician from Pahrump, plans to file as a Democratic challenger to four-term Republican Rep. Jim Gibbons.

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Jersey Couple Burned In Plane Crash

Updated: 04/05/2004 - A New Jersey couple was critically burned after their small plane crashed on takeoff from the Elko airport and came to a rest next to a nearby Cardlock fueling station.

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State Says DOE Negligent For Nuke Transport Plan

Updated: 04/05/2004 - Nevada is accusing the federal government of neglecting to inform ranchers, miners and rural Nevada residents about plans to withdraw 319 miles of federal land from public use while studying a rail corridor to a national nuclear waste dump at Yucca Mountain.

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Sierra Ski Season Winds Down Amid Warm Spell

Updated: 04/04/2004 - As an unusually early warm spell melts away their business and snowpack, Sierra Nevada ski resorts are beginning to shut down for the season.

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800,000 Cards Overcharged At Wal-Mart

Updated: 04/04/2004 - A computer hardware problem caused more than 800,000 credit and debit card transactions to be double- or triple-billed last week at Wal-Mart stores nationwide, according to officials at First Data Corp., which handled the electronic payments.

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White House Sticking To Iraq Timetable

Updated: 04/04/2004 - Despite escalating violence that killed 10 U.S. service members over the weekend, the Bush administration is sticking with its timetable to turn over power in Iraq.

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Catholics Protest Gay Marriages In San Francisco

Updated: 04/03/2004 - Catholic opponents of same-sex marriage held a prayer march Saturday, criticizing city officials who have licensed thousands of weddings for gay couples and calling for a federal amendment banning the unions.

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Lawmakrs Fight To Keep Tahoe Tower Open

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 04/03/2004 - Some members of the California and Nevada congressional delegations have joined the fight to keep the Lake Tahoe Airport tower open.

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Reno Snowmobile Festival Draws Criticism

Updated: 04/03/2004 - Snowmobilers and environmentalists are clashing over a new national snowmobile festival designed to promote the Reno-Tahoe area as "America's Adventure Place."

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New Invasive Weed In Tahoe Draws Concern

Updated: 04/03/2004 - Local officials battling an invasive weed that causes environmental problems at Lake Tahoe are facing more bad news: the discovery of another non-native aquatic plant.

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Nevada High Court Asked For Legislative Service Ruling

Updated: 04/02/2004 - The Nevada Supreme Court was asked Friday to quickly resolve uncertainty over an attorney general's opinion limiting service by full-time public employees in the state's part-time Legislature.

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Feds Consider Making Dams Above Reno Safer

Updated: 04/02/2004 - The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is studying how to reinforce Stampede and Prosser Creek dams above Reno to make them safer during a major earthquake or flood.

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