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Mothers are amazing! They raise children, manage a household, take care of their significant other, and in today’s world, they also have a career. One thing that has not changed though is that moms are often still the major caregivers in a home.
Member-owners of cooperative should participate in process
Assembly Bill 371 deserve attention in Carson City.
Progressive Democrats in February rolled out their Green New Deal — a 14-page resolution introduced by New York Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez and Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey.
Was VEA smeared by false rumors and accusations?
With the first House passage deadline of the 2019 legislative session in our rearview mirror, I can’t help but reflect on the past few months. There are hundreds of bills still pending on issues ranging from education to economic development.
Last week, Nevada historian Alicia Barber posted an article on the KUNR website about the Reno cribs, the remains of a longtime cathouse just east of downtown Reno that eventually evolved into just a row of small rooms for rent in an elongated brick building a few hundred yards across the river from the Reno Police Department.
All men are in search of their freedom
Conspiracy theories are a popular item of discussion here in Nye County.
A couple of decades ago, the Nevada Legislature enacted a new tax on soft drinks. When that legislative session ended for the year, the beverage industry contacted one of the state’s high-powered lobbyists and asked how to get rid of the new tax.
Air Force Band concert turnout disappointing
Reader looks for helpful woman to thank her
April 12 marked the deadline for bills to pass out of their first committee to be further considered during this year’s Nevada legislative session.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority wants to take billions of gallons of water that doesn’t exist from Eastern Nevada via a pipeline that would cost ratepayers $15 billion. Doing so would devastate the wildlife and people who live there. That’s according to Kyle Roerink, executive director of the Great Basin Water Network, which opposes the pipeline.