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Gibbons Exploring Bid for Governor

Congressman Jim Gibbons, R-Nevada

Updated: 09/02/2003 - Rep. Jim Gibbons said he is putting together a cabinet of organizers and county coordinators to prepare for a possible run for Nevada governor in 2006.

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Black Rock City Returning To Dust

Burning Man

Updated: 08/31/2003 - As the ashes cooled Sunday where the wooden Burning Man toppled in a flaming finale, residents of the West's strangest city began returning their community to the desert dust from which it sprang just a week ago.

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Guinn Accepts Funds For School ESL Programs

Updated: 08/31/2003 - Gov. Kenny Guinn has accepted a $5.3 million check from the federal government to help Nevada children learn English as a second language.

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Eleven Buildings Added To Historical Register

Updated: 08/31/2003 - Ten buildings in the historic mining town of Austin, including the Stokes Castle and three churches, have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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Lawmaker Pushing For Higher Drug Thresholds

Illegal Drugs

Updated: 08/31/2003 - After facing defeat earlier this year, Assemblywoman Chris Giunchigliani is leading a new drive to raise thresholds in the state's drug impairment law.

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Opposition Heard Due To Renaming Park

Updated: 08/30/2003 - The name of a popular state park on Lake Tahoe's west shore has been changed, and some locals are unhappy about it.

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Nevada Sternwheeler Wins Annual Tahoe Race

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 08/30/2003 - As thousands of spectators watched, Nevada's M.S. Dixie II edged California's Tahoe Queen in the sixth annual Great Lake Tahoe Sternwheeler Race.

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Second Plane Crash Injures Four At Burning Man

Burning Man

Updated: 08/30/2003 - Four people were critically injured when a small plane crashed Saturday at the Burning Man counterculture festival on the Nevada desert, authorities said.

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Guinn: Tax Fight Necessary For Schools, State's Future

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 08/29/2003 - Despite an effort to recall him, Republican Gov. Kenny Guinn says he has no regrets about the record $836 million tax increase over two years that he signed into law this summer.

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Cantaloupes Take Center Stage In Fallon

Updated: 08/29/2003 - Cantaloupe bread, cantaloupe ice cream, cantaloupe daiquiris, even cantaloupe salsa. It's Cantaloupe Festival time in Fallon.

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Beyond Belief At Burning Man Festival

Burning Man

Updated: 08/29/2003 - Rising from the desert in one of the flattest, most remote places on earth is an 80-foot temple topped by the stylized figure of a man.

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Smooth Sailing at Damonte Ranch High

Updated: 08/29/2003 - A new high school opened this week in south Reno. But, Damonte Ranch High School isn't just for 9th through 12th graders.

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Brothels Will Have to Wait to Pay Taxes

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 08/29/2003 - State tax officials have told brothel operators if they want to contribute revenue under a new live entertainment tax that takes effect Jan. 1, they will have to seek permission from the Legislature in 2005.

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Nevada Hosts So. Utah in First-Ever Night Game

Nevada Wolf Pack

Updated: 08/29/2003 - Nevada hosts Southern Utah on Saturday night with high hopes of opening a successful season not only on the football field but in the grandstands, where fickle fans don't always back the Pack.

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Holiday Travel for Nevadans Up

Updated: 08/29/2003 - One in every 10 Nevadans will be headed out of town this holiday weekend, according to AAA Nevada.

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Group Files Recall Papers Against Guinn

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 08/27/2003 - A group of conservatives upset with Kenny Guinn's approval of the largest tax increase in state history filed papers Wednesday to begin recall proceedings against the popular Republican governor.

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Gang Member Sentenced to Life for Killing

Updated: 08/28/2003 - A Reno gang member convicted in the random killing of a construction worker last year has been sentenced to consecutive prison terms of life with the possibility of parole.

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Blood Shortage at Emergency Level

Blood Needed

Updated: 08/27/2003 - Blood donations are almost always needed in the Truckee Meadows, but now the shortage has reached emergency levels.

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Childcare Remedied at TMCC

Updated: 08/27/2003 - In a partnership with the Boys and Girls Club, TMCC offers an after-school drop-in center.

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