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Monthly Archives: February, 2021

Take Blockchains LLC seriously? You first, governor. (opinion)

OPINION: Do Sisolak and legislators really want to bog down an already clunky, time-constrained and structurally hobbled system on techy techy pie-in-the-sky esoterica?

Hometown hero: Beefy’s serves all-star burgers

The menu at Beefy's can be overwhelming, not because it's too big but because everything sounds good.

A través de dos proyectos de ley del Senado, la ciudad de Reno busca autoridad para aumentar los impuestos

La ciudad de Reno presentó dos proyectos de ley a la Legislatura de Nevada en esta sesión, ambos relacionados con el aumento de impuestos.

How we met: High school sweethearts find love at the ballpark

A persistent baseball team mascot and a teenage outing at the mall were the precursors to AJ and Samantha's "pretty amazing life."

PHOTOS: Final beam placed at new Hug High School

The final beam was placed at the new Procter R. Hug High School on Sullivan Lane on Friday, Feb. 26, during a “topping out” ceremony.

Sisolak: “Nevada is open for innovation”

Gov. Steve Sisolak today unveiled further details concerning proposed legislation that would allow tech companies to take advantage of so-called “innovation zones,”

Push to reopen statehouse grows as staff offered vaccines

Republican leaders in the Democrat-controlled Legislature have said they want to open the doors of the building to the public.

Apartments, permanent closure of part of Washington Street planned along Riverside Drive

A new development at the corner of Riverside Drive and Washington Street that stalled more than a decade ago is being revived.

UNR Extension focuses on human resources for March small business town halls

The University of Nevada, Reno Extension continues its “Coping with COVID-19” series in March with sessions to support small businesses with their human resources challenges.

El distrito de salud abre citas de vacunas para personas de 65 años o más

Los funcionarios de salud del condado de Washoe ampliaron esta semana la elegibilidad para aquellos que buscan la vacuna COVID-19, abriendo inscripciones para personas de 65 años o más.

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