The City of Reno is holding a special meeting next week to request up to $100,000 in additional funding to investigate claims of alleged misconduct against City Manager Andrew Clinger. The city has already exhausted […]
Dozens showed up to the Nevada Legislature last week to speak in protest of what they saw as potential governmental overreach regarding water rights and domestic wells. A legislative subcommittee tasked with studying Nevada water […]
Nevada agencies announced today an agreement with federal agencies and the Newmont Mining Corporation to conserve 1.5 million acres of sage-grouse habitat. The habitat is under Newmont’s management, and the company said that it will […]
The exhumation of a reported 740 remains is scheduled for Reno historic Hillside Cemetery, according Fran Tryon, a volunteer with Hillside Cemetery Volunteers. Tryon, who’s been volunteering to clean up the property near the University […]
Honoring Hunger Action Month, the annual Run on Tuna benefiting Food Bank of Northern Nevada is Sept. 1 through Sept. 30. This year’s goal is to collect over 10,000 cans of tuna. Both individuals and […]
Last week, Reno Land, Inc. along with Western Nevada Supply, Q&D Construction, and SOS Washoe hosted a back-to-school fundraiser at Rancharrah Mansion. Throughout the fundraiser, $140,000 was raised with all proceeds going towards The Coalition to Save Our […]
Melissa Smith of Reno Food Tours tells us about her new business. Watch the video below.
Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd’s 2016 North American Tour rolled into Reno August 20, 2016 to play a totally sold out one night only show at The Tuscany Events Center located inside the Peppermill Resort Spa […]