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Gilman pledges to Pay Antinoro’s Ethics Fine

Brothel Owner Lance Gilman told thestoreyteller.online he will cover the 1000.00 fine incurred by his ethics investigation request filed against Sheriff Gerald Antinoro. In an exclusive press release sent to The Teller, spokesman Kris Thompson said, “TRIC and The Mustang Ranch want to help our community heal after the polarizing …

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Mission Accomplished

Hire Bush’s People, Get Bush’s Wars.

Republished From the ConservativeHQ George Rasley, CHQ Editor | 5/12/17 Candidate Donald Trump promised a new approach to American foreign policy and national security. One that emphasized securing our domestic borders and defeating Islamism by destroying the Islamic State and organizations, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, that support and encourage …

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Celebration of Life – Dave Greninger

One of Storey County’s best lost his battle to Cancer earlier this month. Dave Greninger and his bride Breck were early supporters of thestoreyteller.online. Dave’s comments to the posts here were exactly the kind of encouragement I needed to guide me in pushing relevant content and keeping the light of …

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Whatever You Call This Health Care Mess, It’s Not Insurance

The House of Representatives has just passed a statute it represents as “repealing and replacing Obamacare.” This legislation, now awaiting what promises to be major challenges in gaining the Senate’s approval, does amend certain aspects of the Obamacare setup, but all in all the changes are less than earth-shaking, and …

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Wet Roads in The Highlands 

Greetings, A few weeks ago Nicole Frens mentioned Prospect being closed.  As the warmer weather sets in, more roads like Prospect are popping up. Prospect is closed because a spring has popped in the middle of the roadway. The earth/dirt is so soft and saturated that driving through it would …

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Louisana Lottery

Early American Government Ran on Lotteries, Not Taxes

The corrupt Louisiana State Lottery company, which issued this 1889 ticket (shown front and back), gave lotteries a bad name. In the late 19th century, Ainsworth Rand Spofford, the sixth Librarian of Congress, went looking through America’s early newspapers for the earliest notice of a lottery he could find. What …

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Donald Trump

Trump’s Crusade Against “Archaic” Government Gridlock

After more than 100 days in office, President Trump’s approval rating is at 42 percent, the lowest for any president in the post-WWII era. Trump criticizes the filibuster, claiming it forces the government to make bad decisions. Lacking any significant legislative accomplishments, and governing almost exclusively by executive order, Trump …

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VCTC Meeting recap – Nicole Barde

SUMMARY OF THE MAY11, 2017 VCTC MEETING 15 May 2017 ALL OF THE NEW HOTELS AT TRI MEANS MONEY, MONEY, MONEY FOR VCTC… BUT A STRATEGY AIMED AT INVOLVING TRI AND ITS EMPLOYEES AND BUSINESS TRAVELERS IN STOREY COUNTY ACTIVITIES STILL NEEDS TO BE DEVELOPED. THE GOLD HILL HOTEL AND RESTAURANT WILL BE HAVING ITS …

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Fidget Spinner

The Free Market at work: Fidget Spinning

Fidget Spinning Explained, Defended, and Celebrated A parent was discussing her child’s obsession with home-made edible slime, feeling some relief that this trend had displaced the annoying bottle-flipping craze of early 2016. Unbeknownst to her, slime is about to be displaced in turn by the newest fashion: fidget spinning.  In …

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Lockwood Mothers Day Breakfast provided by WeCare and SCSO

Over 100 people enjoyed pancake and sausage breakfast cooked up by members of Lockwood’s WeCare organization and Sherff Gerald Antinoro. Hot cakes started flipping at 8:00 am and by 11:00 they were all served. Volunteer servers including Jay Carmona and John-Michael Mendoza seated mothers and their escorts and were handed …

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