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No Illness Found In Senate Ricin Scare

Updated: 02/03/2004 - A jittery Senate faced its second attack with a deadly toxin in 28 months on Tuesday, this time in the form of ricin powder sent to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.

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School Head Criticized For United Way Donation

Updated: 02/03/2004 - Washoe County school superintendent James Hager is drawing criticism from the school district's ex-lawyer for contributing $2,200 in district funds to the United Way.

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New Hospital Opens In Carson Valley

Updated: 02/03/2004 - A 15-bed acute care facility has opened in Gardnerville, the Carson Valley's first hospital in 80 years.

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Help Service Personnel Overseas Know You Care

Updated: 02/03/2004 - It's a little more than a week till Valentine's Day. While your wondering what to get your sweetheart, how about picking up an extra card for those service men and women stationed overseas.

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Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snow To Region

Updated: 02/02/2004 - A fast-moving storm pushed into Nevada on Monday, bringing heavy snow to the Sierra range and northeastern portions of the state.

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Former Reno Councilwoman Could Face Jail

Updated: 02/02/2004 - A former Reno councilwoman convicted of conspiring to steal campaign funds could face jail for violating probation, authorities said.

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Reid Raises $6.2 Million for Re-election Bid

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 02/02/2004 - Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., has raised $6.2 million for his re-election bid, $1 million more than he collected during his entire 1998 campaign.

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Suicide Bombers Claim at Least 56 Lives

Updated: 02/02/2004 - Two suicide bombers with explosives wired to their bodies struck the offices of the country's two main Kurdish parties in nearly simultaneous attacks Sunday, killing at least 56 people and wounding more than 235 in the deadliest assault in Iraq in six months.

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Missing Sierra Snowboarder Found

Updated: 02/01/2004 - A missing snowboarder was found after spending part of a frigid night in the Sierra Nevada west of Lake Tahoe, authorities said.

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Officials Brace for Mormon Cricket Invasion

An adult Mormon cricket.

Updated: 02/02/2004 - State officials are gearing up for their annual battle against a pesky insect that prompted a state of emergency in one Nevada county last year: the Mormon cricket.

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Agency Won't Sue to Block Development Near Tahoe

Updated: 02/02/2004 - The agency charged with protecting Lake Tahoe's environment will not file a lawsuit against a massive development project planned just outside the Tahoe Basin, its new executive director decided.

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Kerry Looks Unstoppable in Five States

Updated: 02/02/2004 - John Kerry looks tough to beat in five Democratic presidential contests Tuesday, party strategists say, with dreams of a decisive sweep hinging on two states — South Carolina and Oklahoma.

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Gardnerville Doctor Cited For Bravery In Iraq

Updated: 01/31/2004 - A Gardnerville physician who volunteered for duty in Iraq last year as a flight surgeon has been honored for his valor in treating a wounded Marine in a minefield.

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Maximum Prison Sentence For Cop Shooter

Updated: 01/31/2004 - A seven-time Korean national martial arts champion has drawn the maximum sentence for shooting a Reno police officer after a March 2003 traffic stop.

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Students Honor Columbia Crew, Plan Memorial Science Center

Updated: 01/31/2004 - Students and teachers at Lamping Elementary School are remembering the crew of the Columbia on the first anniversary of the shuttle's explosion and looking ahead to a $2 million science center honoring the shuttle's pilot.

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Assesor Lowers Hotel-Casino Property Values

Tax System Report

Updated: 01/30/2004 - A dozen Reno-area hotel-casinos are getting some big tax breaks in this year's county appraisal, reflecting a slide in the county's gambling revenues over the past four years.

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January Warm Statewide With Mixed Precipitation

Updated: 01/30/2004 - Nevada started the year on a warm note with a spread of precipitation ranging from near normal in the north to well below normal in the south, state Climatologist John James said on Friday.

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Nevada Doctors Alarmed By Talk Of Tests

Updated: 01/30/2004 - A proposal to test doctors for proficiency won't improve patient care and will discourage doctors from coming to Nevada, physicians have told the state Board of Medical Examiners.

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Nevada Teachers Announce Education Initiative

Updated: 01/28/2004 - A group representing Nevada teachers said Wednesday it's moving ahead with an initiative petition aimed at funding Nevada's K-12 public schools at the national average.

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