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Tennant: 1920s-30s drought damages land, man and beast
Tennant: 1920s-30s drought damages land, man and beast Columnist: Dry conditions in 1920s and '30s dried up local lush qualities.
Experts say earthquake risk in Northern Nevada same as a decade ago
A new federal earthquake map is shaking things up a bit for about one-third of the United States, including Nevada.
Lawson: Parents need to step up before Legislature does
Lawson: Parents need to step up before Legislature does Columnist: Parents are responsible for children's education, water reserves important for state.
Midwesterner rides for fallen firefighters
Jeff Moore bicycled into Carson City Monday on his cross country tribute tour in memory of fallen firefighters, stopping briefly at the Nevada Firefighters Memorial in Mills Park.
Curbside Gaming Comes to Northern Nevada
If your kids have outgrown the traveling trampolines and the mobile bounce houses and you're looking for the next big thing, how about a mobile video game theater? Say, one with multiple screens, and enough room for 28 players at a time.
Water Running Low for Nevada Farmers
After the dry winter we had, farmers in northern Nevada knew it was going to be a rough year.
De Golyer Buckin' Horse and Bull Bash kicks off in Fallon
If you just can't get enough wild west action, you can head down to Fallon for the "De Golyer Buckin' Horse and Bull Bash."
Fallon Family Looking for Stolen Horse Bit
Fallon police are on the lookout for a one-of-a-kind horse bit stolen from a business there over the weekend, and the family that owns it is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the bit's return.