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This morning, Senator Harry Reid announced he will not be seeking re-election in 2016. The powerful Senator Minority Leader from Nevada previously had stated he was a candidate, despite an accident he suffered on January 1 that severely damaged his right eye.
Senator Reid was first elected to ... Continue Reading →
On March 18, 2015, Congressman Cresent Hardy, R-NEV-04. supported by Congressman Steve Stivers, R-OH-15, introduced HR 2014 into the House. It then went to the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Agriculture.
The Hardy and Stivers legislation is intended to use federal land ... Continue Reading →
Part 1 (HERE) and Part 2 (HERE) reviewed some of the costs and settlements that Barbara Ellestad wrote about in her recent public article published in the Mesquite Local News on March 19th. The MLN article can be read HERE.
Another topic Ellestad discussed, both in her article and in the March ... Continue Reading →
Enjoy this week’s video which was chosen because it is the first week of Spring. It’s sweet.
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April 23-25, 2015
The Las Vegas Writer’s Conference will be here in a few short weeks (April 23-25). However, these are the last few days to register before the price increases.
Your $450 registration is all-inclusive! It includes three days of workshops, panels, and sessions with leaders in the ... Continue Reading →
Are you ready for this? We have another exciting day ahead of us at the Nevada Legislature. I know you can’t wait to find out what’s in store for you today.
Part 1 yesterday (see it HERE) discussed the portion of Barbara Ellestads Article in the Mesquite Local News (MLN) last Thursday (3/19) that dealt with the receipt of the funds from Mr. John Lonetti for the purchase of Water Rights from the VVWD – even though Ellestad claimed that there was ... Continue Reading →
Dwight David Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States. His accomplishments are too numerous to list, but before he became President he was the Supreme Allied Commander during World War II. A man from the heartland of America, President Eisenhower grew up in Kansas and he became a man ... Continue Reading →