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Monthly Archives: October, 2020

Rattlesnake Club isn’t just for cowboys

While the name conjures up images of meat-and-potatoes platters and diners in cowboy hats, Rattlesnake Club is more chic, but still has the steak.

Gov. Sisolak makes Nevada Day plea as state passes 100,000 COVID cases

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak asked Nevadans to put the Silver State first on Nevada Day as the state surpassed 100,000 COVID-19 cases.

School board mulls strategic plan, policies and COVID-19 metrics

The Washoe County School District Board of Trustees in its most recent meeting took up issues ranging from the approval of changes to its own board policies to the adoption of a new anti-discrimination resolution.

VP Mike Pence makes final push for Trump in northern Nevada

Vice President Mike Pence made a campaign stop in Reno on Thursday pushing President Donald Trump to get reelected to a second term.

WCSD passes anti-racism resolution with unanimous support from board, students

WCSD4Change has been working with the school district to ensure a curricular reform to promote anti-racism in the schools within the school district.

Officials warn Truckee Meadows COVID Risk Meter has shifted to red, “very high” risk

Officials are urging Washoe County residents to leave their homes only for essential functions like voting, working, seeing a doctor, visiting the pharmacy or buying groceries.

Job recruiters boosting presence at UNR

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, job recruiters are edging back into their pursuit of UNR students.

Nevada Day: Telegraphed constitution scanned by National Archives

Nevada’s cream-colored telegraphed constitution shows the rush to admit Nevada to the Union in a way we have never seen before.

Pence returns to Nevada for rally in final campaign stretch

Vice President Mike Pence plans a rally Thursday at Reno-Tahoe International Airport as both presidential campaigns focus on Nevada and other battleground states in their final run to Election Day.

Biden-Harris: the right pick for healthcare policy (sponsored)

Nevadans have the power to hold Trump and Pence responsible for their attacks on our health care and disastrous coronavirus response by electing real leaders to the White House.

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