Another response to air ambulance story
Back in the 1980s, a friend of mine, who had left journalism to go into public relations, called me to sell me on doing a story about how, according to a survey, Reno was one of the most reading-est cities.
Air ambulance issue sparks more reaction in Pahrump
In what might equal the mad rush of holiday shoppers thronging to stores on Christmas Eve, the frenzy to buy fireworks before the Fourth of July has started here in Pahrump. Stop by any of our local fireworks businesses and you will find parking lots full of cars and long lines inside the stores.
Medicaid has the largest budget in Nevada state government.
Can any of us afford an air ambulance trip to Vegas?
There’s a malady in our line of work that involves getting a story wrong at an early stage, and believing it ourselves. It then becomes more difficult to get it right because we become personally invested in it.
I must admit it. I miss Nye County on LivePD. I never was a fan of how it made Pahrump look on national TV, but I watched the popular show waiting for the segments of Nye County (primarily Pahrump) with more interest than what was happening in the other departments the show follows.
Nye school district offers apology for malfunction
The largest economic fear from President Donald Trump’s election was whether his trade obsession and protectionist impulses would overwhelm the benefits of tax reform and deregulation. His proclaiming himself a “Tariff Man” last December should heighten those concerns.
Thanks to those who attended dementia education session
Congress is still considering a variety of health care overhauls that will impact the kind of medical care you will receive, and how much it will cost you.
Educating today’s youth different from past
Being a father is a gift that not everyone gets to experience but for those of us who are lucky enough to be a dad, the role comes with a lot of responsibility in raising children. Moms rule the house and make everything work as a family unit, but dads play an important role in teaching their children how to become good adults.
In his veto of Assembly Bill 186, Gov. Steve Sisolak argues that he is speaking for the founding fathers (they were all men) in their cutting and splicing of the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan at the constitutional convention when they were trying to placate not the small states but the slave states, most of which happened to be the small ones.