BLM concludes Pancake Complex Wild Horse Gather

BLM NEWS RELEASE ELY — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ely District, Egan Field Office and Battle Mountain District, Tonopah Field Office concluded the Pancake Complex Wild Horse Gather on Saturday, Feb. 11.  The BLM gathered 1,115 wild horses from the Pancake and Sand Springs West Herd Management Areas (HMA) and Jakes Wash Herd […]

Washoe County online voter registration coming soon

WASHOE COUNTY NEWS RELEASE For the first time ever, voters in Washoe County will soon be able to register and make changes to their current voter registration online. Beginning in mid-April, the Washoe County Registrar of Voters office, working in collaboration with the Nevada Secretary of State’s office, will make the switch to Nevada Online […]

Prescribed fire operations resume on Kingsbury Grade

U.S. Forest Service fuels management crews will begin prescribed fire operations above Andria Drive on Kingsbury Grade tomorrow, February 14, 2012.  The project will begin with approximately five acres and may expand depending on the weather.  Operations will continue through the week and possibly the weekend, weather permitting. Residents and visitors can expect to see […]

Prison-trained wild horse adoption a success in Carson City

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BLM NEWS RELEASE CARSON CITY —  The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Nevada Department of Agriculture and the Nevada Department of Corrections on Saturday, February 11, hosted the first of three annual saddle-trained horse adoption events at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center (NNCC) in Carson City. Sixteen wild horses, gathered in 2010 from herd […]

Washoe County chosen for federal cyber security training

WASHOE COUNTY NEWS RELEASE Washoe County, Clark County and the state of Nevada competed with many other states for the opportunity to have the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security perform a cyber security assessment for Nevada. Selected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Nevada was one of two states awarded for the highly […]

President proposes $1.1 Billion for BLM in fiscal year 2013

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BLM NEWS RELEASE With a focus on outdoor recreation, renewable energy, environmentally-sound oil and gas development, sage-grouse conservation, and other key priorities, President Obama today requested $1.1 billion in appropriations for the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management in Fiscal Year 2013.  This request is essentially level with the FY 2012 enacted level […]

BLM to conduct a trap site adoption of wild horses from Stone Cabin Complex wild horse gather

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TONOPAH – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Battle Mountain District, Tonopah Field Office has been conducting a wild horse gather in the Stone Cabin and Saulsbury Herd Management Areas (HMAs).  As part of the Stone Cabin Complex Gather, a trap site adoption will take place on February 18.  At this time 11 foals and […]

Public interviews scheduled for superintendent of public instruction

GOVERNOR’S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE CARSON CITY – Working with the governor’s office’s liaison to the search, the Nevada State Board of Education has scheduled interviews for the five semi-finalists who have been chosen in the search for Nevada’s new superintendent of public instruction. The State Board will interview the candidates at public meetings on Feb. […]

Spangler, Aiazzi talk about Artown’s acquisition of the Lear Theater complex

A CITY OF RENO PRODUCTION On this Council Connections (City of Reno), host Sharon Spangler interviews Dave Aiazzi, Reno Council member and chairman of the Artown board of directors, on what the future holds for the Lear Theater.

NPRI praises Reno for putting its checkbook online

NPRI NEWS RELEASE LAS VEGAS — Responding to the launch of TransparentReno.com, a transparency portal featuring the city of Reno’s checkbook spending, 911 log and other public data, Steven Miller, vice president for policy at the Nevada Policy Research Institute, released the following comments: Citizens fund government, and so they have the right to know […]

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