Manufactured homes are an affordable housing solution for many Nevadans, but there is still a certain stigma and prejudice toward manufactured homes by the public, governing agencies and financial institutions. An estimated 5.6 % of all Americans, or 17.7 million people, live in manufactured homes, commonly referred to as “mobile homes.”
Email address correction for letter
Justification in Iranian crisis is disputed
Congratulations to avowed socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for publicly demonstrating how right-to-work laws protect free speech.
There is no ‘I’ in team but there is in ‘me-ism’
To see examples of the ever-increasing rush to judgment, take a look at any form of social media today and read the comments posted.
New Pahrump cost of living getting to be like Vegas
It took Nevada Democrats 20 years to win the governor’s mansion in Carson City and both houses of the Legislature at the same time. They don’t want to give up the power of redistricting now.
Killing of Soleimani may have serious fall-out
Wild horses are a symbol of the Old West and part of our western heritage. The picturesque image of wild horses roaming free has been romanticized in books and movies for generations.
Reader disturbed by increase of hate crimes
When I was in elementary school and someone called me a name or “bullied me” I would run home to tell my mom. She would get down on one knee and take my right hand in hers, and with her other hand stroke my cheek. Then she’d look me in the eye and say lovingly, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but names can never hurt you.”
Mark Twain did not hold politicians in high esteem. He was particularly spiteful toward the legislative branch.
Firefighters praised for quick reaction to emergency in Pahrump
The road that we’re on has changed direction