With the rapid approach of the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s statehood, this might be an awkward time to ask the question. But here goes:
The 2014 political season is winding down and the debates are heating up ahead of early voting beginning Saturday. The two-week early voting period continues through Oct. 31, the Friday before Election Day.
In recognition of National Co-op Month, which takes place in October each year to celebrate the benefits of cooperatives, I would like to take a moment to discuss the cooperative business model and its significant impact on our everyday lives.
The case for a Nye County aviation unit
In the 1980s a new disease arrived in the United States. Journalism basically ignored it because here, it initially affected mostly gays. When there was news coverage of it at all, it was described with terms like “gay cancer” or “gay plague”, which indicated how ignorant most reporters were. The disease did not affect only gays, nor did it originate with them.
One way to evaluate an election campaign is to follow the money.
Republican-controlled House governs fantasy nation
If you think Nevada faces a water crisis today, imagine how residents of booming Virginia City must have felt back in the 1870s when their fickle sources began to run dry.
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Ballot Question One in this year’s election is a re-run. It seeks to amend the Nevada Constitution to create a state court of appeals, which was previously defeated by voters in 1972, 1980, 1992, and 2010.
Nye County Law Enforcement Association endorsement
Instead of looking north for an abundant source of water for future growth in Southern Nevada, should officials be scouting West?
I’d heard the stories of politics in Pahrump but I got to see it for myself for the first time Tuesday night.
From the Department of Stupid Is As Stupid Does comes the latest from Nevada’s neighbor to the West. The California Legislature has passed, and Gov. Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown has signed, the nation’s first statewide ban on…plastic bags (SB 270).