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Elko Powder Found To Be Benign

Updated: 02/11/2004 - A white powder contained in an envelope along with a threatening letter to the Elko County School District apparently is not toxic, Elko Police Chief Clair Morris said Wednesday.

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Casinos Win $9.63 Billion In 2003, Up Slightly

Updated: 02/11/2004 - Nevada casinos won $9.63 billion from gamblers in 2003 - up slightly from 2002 totals as the state's tourism-dependent economy continues its slow recovery from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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Kerry Wins Virginia And Tennessee

Updated: 02/10/2004 - His front-runner status bolstered by dual Southern victories, John Kerry is looking to Wisconsin to dispatch the dwindling field of Democratic presidential rivals still clinging to hope.

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Clark Exits Presidentail Race

Updated: 02/10/2004 - Wesley Clark, the novice politician with four-star military credentials, abandoned his presidential bid Tuesday after two third-place finishes in the South.

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Elko School Office Has Hazarodus Material Scare

Updated: 02/10/2004 - Two post offices were closed Tuesday and two local school district employees were treated for exposure to a possible contaminant found in a threatening letter, authorities said.

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Krolicki Will Not Challenge Reid

Updated: 02/10/2004 - Republican state Treasurer Brian Krolicki announced Tuesday he won't challenge U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., who already has raised $6.2 million for his re-election bid.

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Supreme Court Reviews Road Crew Death Case

Updated: 02/10/2004 - Clark County prosecutors asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to block a new trial a judge ordered for Jessica Williams, the driver found guilty in the deaths of six teenagers on a road crew in southern Nevada.

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Kerry Ignores Rivals, Focuses on Bush

Updated: 02/10/2004 - President Bush and Democratic front-runner John Kerry sparred on Monday over the president's economic leadership, while Kerry's rivals sought to slow his brisk pace toward the Democratic nomination in three states with upcoming primaries.

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High Court Upholds Stay of California Execuition

Updated: 02/10/2004 - The U.S. Supreme Court late Monday let stand an appeals court decision halting the execution of a man who was convicted of hacking four people to death in 1983 but who insists that a review of the evidence will prove his innocence.

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Burning Man, County Reach Compromise

Burning Man

Updated: 02/09/2004 - The counterculture Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert north of Reno is starting to go industrial, with Washoe County's blessing.

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Carlin Escapee Caught Near Winnemucca

Updated: 02/09/2004 - Freedom was brief for a man who escaped from the Carlin Conservation Camp over the weekend, and he was recaptured because he broke the law.

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Officials Search For Missing Inmates

Updated: 02/08/2004 - Law enforcement authorities were searching Sunday for two inmates who walked away from separate northern Nevada conservation camps over the weekend.

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Tahoe Bike Trail Back On Path

Updated: 02/08/2004 - A north Lake Tahoe bike trail project, stalled more than a decade by insufficient funds and wildlife concerns, could soon be back on track.

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Kerry Scores Caucus Wins In Wash., Mich.

Posted: 02/07/2004 - Sen. John Kerry won crushing caucus victories in Michigan and Washington on Saturday, trouncing his Democratic presidential rivals and predicting, "George Bush's days are numbered."

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Tribe And BLM Teaming Up To Protect Homes From Fire

Updated: 02/08/2004 - Even though fire season is still several months away, people from the Hungry Valley area are teaming up with the Bureau of Land Management to protect their community.

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Panel To Pursue Lawsuit Over Wild Horse Program

Updated: 02/07/2004 - Nevada's Wildlife Commission has voted to recommend filing a lawsuit accusing the Bureau of Land Management of mismanaging the state's 18,000 wild horses and burros.

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Gibbons Sponors Bill To Help Rural Schools

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Rep. Jim Gibbons, R-Nev., introduced legislation Friday to ease some requirements of rural schools set by the No Child Left Behind Act.

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Report: Profits For Most Major Nevada Hospitals

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Four of Nevada's six biggest hospitals made profits last fiscal year. But a new report released Friday shows more than half of the state's small urban and rural hospitals had losses in net operating revenue.

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Submerged Trees Help In Study Of Tahoe Basin

Updated: 02/06/2004 - A researcher at the University of Nevada, Reno is using samples of submerged, ancient trees to study the ecological history of a Sierra Nevada lake in the Tahoe basin.

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