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The Reno Arch by Bob Conrad for ThisisReno.com.

Neighbor Advisory Boards Meeting Schedule Released: Get Details Here

The City of Reno Neighborhood Advisory Boards (NABs) start meeting Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Each of the City’s five wards are represented by a respective NAB, which meet once a month at 5:30 p.m. on an ongoing basis. The full … READ MORE.

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Land Near Battle Mountain Reopened to Livestock Grazing

On June 24, 2015 an order dismissing appeals to the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) decision in 2014 to close the Argenta grazing allotment near Battle Mountain was approved by Administrative Law Judge James … READ MORE.

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Reno CANFEST and Reno Bike Project Partnering in Bike Drive

CANFEST, the world’s largest canned beer festival, and Reno Bike Project will be collecting used bikes to recycle and recirculate into the community. From July 1 through Aug. 12, everyone 21 and over who donates a bike will … READ MORE.

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Special Event Creates Pilot Project for Riverwalk Crafters

The City of Reno has organized a crafting event in the Riverwalk District that will allow local artisans to showcase their products this summer between the months of July and August. The crafting event will begin on … READ MORE.

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Public Urged Not to Fly Drones Near Wildfires

BOISE, IDAHO – Twice this week in Southern California, drones owned by citizens disrupted wildfire operations by interfering with airtankers at the Sterling Fire and Lake Fire operations at San Bernardino National Forest. … READ MORE.

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RHP Mechanical Wins Golden Hard Hat Award

As summer construction kicks into gear, the Nevada Chapter of the Associated General Contractors has recognized its safest companies. The Nevada Chapter held its 18th Annual Golden Hard Hat Awards Luncheon on Friday, June … READ MORE.

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Quashed report elicits call for higher education accountability

Via the Las Vegas Review-Journal -- Nevada legislators and education watchdogs expressed alarm over news higher education officials buried a report amid fear it would reflect poorly on the system. The matter, they said, … READ MORE.

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