With Gov. Brian Sandoval declaring triumph in his deal with Tesla and his facing an all-but-unopposed re-election, several national news outlets have taken notice.
It’s simply math 101
Pahrump is in a time of transition with a new sheriff on the horizon and its town board on the brink of extinction. Why not throw a new editor of the area’s largest newspaper into that mix? And why not arrive during a contentious election season with just more than four weeks to go?
Fall Festival thank you
The Southern Nevada Water Authority’s expensive plan to pipe water from Northern Nevada and western Utah to Las Vegas Valley spigots appears to have sprung another leak.
Thank you to NCSO
I’m writing this week’s column from Denver, Colo., where there’s something in the air.
Since his ignominious departure from the U.S. Senate, the name of Nevada’s John Ensign has seldom appeared in political news coverage. Republicans, after all, wanted to forget him and he didn’t cut enough of a figure in Congress for Democrats to keep his memory alive for their own propaganda purposes.
Get your facts straight before complaining
When Trey Gowdy got the job to run the House’s new Benghazi select committee, there was good reason to fear bad things.
Back when the smoke from its busy ore smelters covered half the Diamond Mountains with a prosperous shroud, Eureka was known as “the Pittsburgh of the West.” That was a high compliment in the 1800s.
In recent months, Valley Electric Association Inc. (VEA) has received recognition on a local and statewide level as a result of our cooperative’s innovative renewable energy efforts and our ongoing commitment to building a positive work environment for employees.
Department of injustice
On April 6, 2010, Nevada Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sue Lowden suggested that patients might barter for health care.
These days it’s just a junk-strewn lot off U.S. 95 in the heart of Goldfield.