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The Reno Sessions Nominated for Second Emmy

Launched in 2013 by David Ware and Ford Corl, The Reno Sessions have found success in combining their passions for music and film, working with some of the area’s best musical acts. In 2014, they won their first Emmy for Best … READ MORE.

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Washoe County to Start Flying Drones For Emergency Purposes

The Washoe County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Program received a certificate allowing the program to use Drone America's DAx8 Unmanned Aircraft System to test how the new technology can assist in … READ MORE.

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Rock Boulevard Closure at McCarran: Get Info. Here

Rock Boulevard will be closed at its southern connection to McCarran Boulevard from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 30th.The closure is necessary for milling operations that are taking place as part of the Southeast … READ MORE.

Image: Jacob's Family Berry Farm by Bob Conrad.

Greets and Eats Re-launches June 11 at Coffeebar

SPONSORED POST.At Greets and Eats, we believe the local food industry around Reno is a team sport—it takes connection.Greets & Eats will host monthly networking events to help bring local food systems … READ MORE.

Photo Credit: Jeannie Stafford/USFWS. A greater sage-grouse male struts at a lek (dancing or mating ground) near Bridgeport, CA to attract a mate.

BLM, USFS Plans for Public Lands in Nevada and Northeastern California Provide for Greater Sage-Grouse Protection

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) released yesterday final environmental reviews for land use plans in Nevada and Northeastern California that will help to conserve Greater Sage-Grouse … READ MORE.

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United Way Announces Three Year Funding Plan

The United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra wants to double the number of proficient readers entering fourth grade by 2020. In order to do that, they’ve pledged to give $1.125 million to organizations who promote … READ MORE.

Homeless advocates speak out at City Council Meeting

Homeless Advocates Speak Out About The Shut Down of Feeding Site on Fourth Street

The Reno City Council Meeting yesterday was a hotbed of emotions and strong opinions over a cease-and-desist letter that halted the feeding of the homeless almost a week ago due complaints of public disturbances taking place … READ MORE.

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