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There’s a reason why Reno is “The Biggest Little City in the World”. For its relatively small size, the Reno-Tahoe region packs a huge punch when it comes to taste, style, policy, culture, and so much more. Why is this so? And what can the rest of Nevada learn from Reno?
I am an unabashed advocate of fighting climate change and cleaning up the air we breathe.
We need to greatly increase the use of renewable green energy and eliminate the use of fossil fuel energy ... Continue Reading →
These words have stuck with me since a sixth grade class assignment required us to memorize Lincoln’s famous speech given at Gettysburg. The speech was delivered while the country was embroiled in the Civil War, the deadliest U.S. conflict ever, based on the number of American lives lost.
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Four singers, beautiful voices and rhythm. Amazing.
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While Republicans confront their summer of discontent, the Democratic Party has a wealth of riches. Democrats are happy with their leading presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Who will win the nomination?
In a reversal of form, it is the Democratic Party instead of the ... Continue Reading →
But, do Americans really want to know what’s in their food?
Actually, when it comes to making healthy food choices, most of us really don’t care ... Continue Reading →
The recent discussion of Nevada’s American College Testing (ACT) results overlooks the fact that these results were completely predictable. The predictions could have been made with existing information.
Let’s take a look at an approximate number of school days children in Nevada could spend ... Continue Reading →
What’s remarkable is that its draft sat in a box for 22 years. It was discovered in 2013.
Dr. Seuss was really Theodor Seuss Geisel who passed away in 1991 at ... Continue Reading →