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Monthly Archives: December, 2021

Teachers’ union sues to withdraw measures from Nevada ballot

Political action committees backed by Nevada's largest teachers' union are suing the secretary of state to remove two of their own tax measures from the 2022 ballot.

Our top 10 stories of 2021

Our top headlines of ‘21 show that topical issues not directly involving the COVID-19 pandemic grabbed reader attention.

Omicron emerge en un número positivo de casos de COVID-19

La tasa de positividad de COVID-19 para la región experimentó su mayor aumento esta semana.

Regents vote to keep vaccine mandate for higher ed faculty and staff

The Nevada System of Higher Education's board of regents on Thursday voted to keep in place its vaccine mandate for employees.

Newsmakers of the year: 2021

Our countdown to 2022 featured our top images of the year, the communicator of the year, the top reader opinions and now the top newsmakers of 2021.

Judge overrules city council on 600-acre development near Verdi

More than 650 new homes near Somersett are closer to reality after District Court Judge Kathleen Drakulich sided with developer Stan Lucas.

Sheriff’s deputy arrested on three charges of lewdness with a child

Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Brian Fisher was arrested yesterday on three counts of lewdness with a child under 14. He was put on leave without pay.  

City considering more restrooms on the river

The local nonprofit One Truckee River is pushing for more public restrooms on the Truckee River. The group is attending City of Reno meetings to discuss its Truckee River Restroom Project and propose new restrooms on the river.

Our top 5 opinion articles of 2021

There was a considerable amount of news in 2021 that warranted reader commentaries.

Local organ transplant recipients and organ donor families to be featured at the 133rd Rose Parade (sponsored)

Donor Network West will honor three organ donation recipients and two donor families at the 133rd Rose Parade® on January 1, 2022.

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