A New Hampshire-based freelance photographer, whose camera was seized by a state trooper, failed in his efforts to vindicate his constitutional rights under the First and Fourth Amendments.
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The coming New Year’s resolution should be pretty obvious, particularly when it comes to diet: 2017 will go down in history as the year when plant-based meats have revolutionized the food industry.
One of the community stories to follow in 2017 is the fate of the Central Nevada Museum.
Nevada lags significantly behind all other states in the number of established wineries and vineyards. Statistically, we are near the bottom for number of wineries in the United States and dead last compared to all Western states.
“Breathing space” remains one of the most important concepts in First Amendment phraseology and jurisprudence.
The body of the 2016 election cycle wasn’t even cold before Republicans with gubernatorial visions dancing in their heads started testing the 2018 waters in Nevada.
It’s popular in some politicized evangelical Christian circles (that is, among the American “religious right”) to spend every December moaning about a “war on Christmas.” Unless they get to fill the commons with their religious displays — and theirs only — and unless the cup from their preferred coffee vendor refers to their religious holiday — and theirs only — and so on and so forth, they consider themselves beset by the forces of evil.
The Ms. Senior Nye County Pageant family and Nye County Starlets wish to take this opportunity to thank all of the individuals who helped to make our recent Holiday Showcase Benefit for our local Alzheimer’s Association, Desert Southwest Chapter, a success.
After the 1960 election, there was a lot of talk about how the Chicago machine stole the Illinois vote for John Kennedy against Richard Nixon.
Here it is December 12th and not too much has been done on the roundabouts since mid-October except messed up traffic.
The 11-11-11 Veterans Event Committee would like to thank the following sponsors for their donations and help:
In a very funny scene from a long time ago, American icon and comedian extraordinaire Bob Hope asked a doctor to explain what a zombie was.
On Dec. 4, the two-year struggle by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to protect their sacred land and water ended – at least for now – when the Obama administration denied the easement needed to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A recent headline in the Los Angeles Times blared: “American dream slips out of reach for millennials, study finds.”
This is not a rant but a Holiday Warm Wishes thank you and acknowledgment of the outstanding community service of our local Home Depot Store #3322.
On Dec. 9, U.S. President Barack Obama ordered a “review” of — an investigation into — alleged Russian hacking aimed at influencing the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
When Nevada’s presidential electors would vote, I would always try to attend. It was such an antiquated remnant of the past. As often as not, I was the only one attending. In 1984, there was one television crew and me – no one else.
As on most issues, President-elect Donald Trump has been all over the map on military issues throughout his campaign and post-campaign pronouncements.
A challenge of the holidays is finding activities to entertain out-of-town visitors or easily-bored children. An easy answer might be a winter visit to one of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area’s multitude of trails.
In order to make America great again, we need to once again celebrate and champion success, rather than disparage, demean and ridicule it.
Nevada, quite obviously, loves its guns.
In the 1950s when U.S. Sen. Joseph McCarthy and other legislators, including Nevada’s Pat McCarran, spread stories of communists in government, journalism was their unwitting ally.
The Department of Veterans Affairs clinic that recently opened here in Pahrump was a welcome addition to the town for veterans and their families who have been wounded or otherwise need medical care. I was at the ribbon cutting for the original clinic years ago, and that was greeted with open arms. But with the advent of the Middle East wars, it soon became overwhelmed with patients.