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Monthly Archives: June, 2021

County Assessor Mike Clark gets year extension on protective order filed against him by Washoe County

Judge Richard Glasson today extended a temporary protection order against Washoe County Assessor Mike Clark’s for the pseudo-anonymous mailings of more than 150 packages to various officials and news media in April.

Nevada’s minimum wage set to increase July 1

Nevada’s minimum wage will increase by 75 cents per hour starting July 1, according to the Office of the Labor Commissioner.

Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada reboots sober living community (sponsored)

SPONSORED: For over 30 years, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada (CCNN) has provided low-income housing through its St. Vincent’s residences for those seeking a supported, sober living environment.

Fourth of July festivities return to region

Those who want to see fireworks this Fourth of July will have plenty of opportunities between the Truckee Meadows, Carson City and Lake Tahoe.

City of Fallon launches virtual walking tours on TravelStorys app (sponsored)

SPONSORED: The City of Fallon has launched a virtual historical walking tour and an arts & agriculture tour on the TravelStorys app.

Happy Pride all! (opinion)

OPINION: LGBTQ+ equality has come a long way in Nevada and has a path to continue along, says activist Bob Fulkerson.

Fire restrictions on many public lands start this week

The Bureau of Land Management and several public agencies have announced the implementation of fire restrictions in western Nevada, effective June 30 until further notice.

Transgender woman wins Miss Nevada USA

The crown for Miss Nevada USA on June 27 was given to Kataluna Enriquez, the first transgender woman ever to win the state’s competition.

Most Nevada workplaces can relax sanitation procedures

The state agency that oversees workplace safety is relaxing guidelines for businesses, allowing them to wipe down most surfaces with soap or detergent.

Sierra Nevada University cuts ties with nine professors ahead of fall semester

Nine full-time professors at Sierra Nevada University in Incline Village learned last week that they will not be returning to campus when classes start back up this fall.

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