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  • Useless Republicans
    Republican 'leaders' block and derail campus carry in Nevada
    Proving that it’s not just Democrats who support infringements on the right of the people to keep and bear arms, two state senators blocked “legal” recognition of adults -- otherwise lawfully eligible to carry firearms -- from...
  • Honoring our Hero's In Las Vegas
    Honoring our Hero's In Las Vegas
    With Memorial day approaching next week Monday May 25, and May being Military Appreciation Month, it is no surprise that over the Memorial Day weekend and leading up to, there will be many events taking place honoring the men and women of our US...
  • Explore Old Nevada
    Explore Old Nevada
    Old Nevada, just a short drive from the Las Vegas Strip is a replica of an 1880’s mining town. The property was the homeland of the Paiute Indians and in 1843 became a stopover for wagon trains traveling the Spanish Trail. The walk through...
  • Aces bats erupt to beat Salt Lake City
    Aces bats erupt to beat Salt Lake City
    The Reno Aces suddenly are having no problems scoring runs.The Aces exploded for 17 hits on Friday in a 14-12 victory over the Salt Lake Bees in front of a crowd of 4,727 at Smith's Ballpark. The 14 runs are a season high for the Aces and the...
  • Roberto Martinez Marinero kills mother, throws brother off bridge and baby brother in dumpster arrested after confession
    Roberto Martinez-Marinero details emerge: Mom's grisly killing, disposal of boys
    Roberto Martinez-Marinero, 25, walked into the local jail and confessed to killing his mother, who was found in a ditch on Wednesday just hours after her 11-month-old son, Angel Marinero, was pulled out of a dumpster alive. The police were...
  • Lawsuits for God are not really necessary
    Lawsuits for God are not really necessary
    If you claim to take the Bible literally, there is one little forgotten line that you might ponder sometime: “Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord, I will repay.” [Romans 12:9]Apparently there are evangelical Christians who do not trust...
  • Aces beat River Cats to end losing streak
    Aces beat River Cats to end losing streak
    The Reno Aces are finally back in the win column.The Aces scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning Wednesday afternoon to beat the Sacramento River Cats 6-3 at Aces Ballpark. The victory snapped a six-game losing streak. The Aces,...
  • Book Blast Photo
    Books by Nevada authors and a week-long book sale
    Want an item that’s handmade? A unique gift for someone that you won’t find in a chain store? How about a book written by a Nevada author? Every weekend, Buy Nevada First holds a “Nevada Made Marketplace” in the Reno Town...
  • Aces limping back home
    Aces limping back home
    The Reno Aces, it seems, cannot wait to get back to Aces Ballpark.The Aces completed a disappointing 1-7 road trip with a 5-2 loss to the Las Vegas 51s on Sunday in front of a crowd of 6,672 at Cashman Field. The Aces have now lost nine of their...
  • Aces slide continues in Las Vegas
    Aces slide continues in Las Vegas
    The Reno Aces' offense continued to struggle Friday night in Las Vegas.The Aces lost for the seventh time in their last eight games, 4-3 to the Las Vegas 51s in front of crowd of 7,126 at Cashman Field. The Aces are now 9-13 on the season and...
  • Matz, 51s stop Aces again
    Matz, 51s stop Aces again
    The Reno Aces will be perfectly happy if they never have to see Steven Matz again.The Las Vegas 51s lefthander beat the Aces for the second time in a week on Thursday, striking out 12 in a 7-2 victory in front of a crowd of 6,656 at Cashman Field....
  • Nevada Wolf Pack
    Wolf Pack disappoints largest Peccole Park gathering
    The largest crowd in Peccole Park history witnessed one of the most unexpected Nevada Wolf Pack losses since the park opened in 1988.A crowd of 3,136 showed up as part of the athletic department's Populate Peccole promotion on Sunday afternoon...
  • Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe
    The Shores of Lake Tahoe
    Settled in the midst of the Sierra Nevada Mountains rests the natural beauty of Lake Tahoe.Lying 6,228 feet above sea level, Lake Tahoe’s crystal clear waters run 1,645 feet deep. From warm sandy beaches and clear blue waters in the summer...
  • ManKillsHimselfinLasVegasBuffet
    Man ends his life at Las Vegas resort over lost buffet privileges
    Easter Sunday in Las Vegas was marred with tragedy when 53-year-old John Noble put a bullet in his head at a buffet in the M Resort Spa Casino. According to reports from the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Noble left behind a note and video testimony...
  • PMorgan Chase on track to pay $9 billion to homeowners
    JPMorgan Chase on track to pay $9 billion to homeowners
    JPMorgan Chase & Co is on track to meet its mandate to provide billions of dollars in consumer relief to struggling homeowners as part of a settlement it reached over bad residential mortgage-backed securities it sold before the financial...
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