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Virginia Range Horses Fate To Be Decided Soon

The Department of Agriculture released an RFP yesterday that would transfer ownership of the Virginia Range Herd to a private group.  The RFP can be seen at the end of this article. This fate of the herd has provoked passionate discussions on both sides of the fence. In October 2017, …

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USPS Responds to Virginia City Highlands Mail Issues

In a former life, we dealt with the United States Postal Service (USPS) on a daily basis with our clients who generated gobs of mail or our mailing houses clients who generated gobs and gobs of mail for their clients. Our experience with the USPS was excellent. While there were …

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SCSO Ford Interceptor

SCSO Incident Report January 9th – 21st

SCSO Incident Report January 9th – 21st   Don’t Mix Vinegar and Bleach… Occurred at B on Main St. , Gold Hill. Hazmat cleaning chemicals – subj mixed vinegar and bleach – subj started feeling dizzy but is now ok after she took a shower-. . Disposition: Assisted as needed …

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Whisper Campaign – Sunday Word(s) Of The Day

From Wikipedia – A whisper campaign is a method of persuasion in which damaging rumors or innuendo are spread about the target, while the source of the rumors seeks to avoid being detected while spreading them (for example, a political campaign might distribute anonymous flyers attacking the other candidate). It …

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Free Cooking Class In Dayton

Healthy Communities hosts a free cooking class and dinner each month at the Dayton Community Center. This month: Monday, Jan. 22 at 5:30. During the 2018 cooking classes, dietitian Kim Mason and chef Cynthia Kroon will focus on Nutrition and the Brain in a series they’re calling Mood and Food. …

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Self-Aggrandizment – Sunday Word Of The Day Essay

self-aggrandizement | ˈˌself əˈɡranˌdīzmənt | noun  the action or process of promoting oneself as being powerful or important. This will probably be the last time we talk about the Comstock Comical for a while, but we couldn’t help but remark on the ad contained in the pages of the new …

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TRIC Effluent Pipeline Financing Pulled From GOED

In what may (or may not) be an epic win for Storey County Taxpayers, the effort to use SB1 to fund the TRIC effluent pipeline has been withdrawn from consideration by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED). Jeremy Aguero of Applied Analysis announced the decision at the January 18th …

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TRIC Sells All Remaining Property At Center

Mustang Ranch Brothel Owner, TRIC Marketing Manager, and Storey County Commissioner Lance Gilman alluded to “a major deal in the works” during recent Commissioner Meetings. Gilman announced today that all remaining available property owned by TRIC has been sold. Gilman announced yesterday that TRIC has sold the remaining 74,000 acres …

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Storey County February Political Mixer

Political Social Mixer at Red Dog – January 25th

The Libertarian Party of Nevada is pleased to announce they are hosting what will be a monthly event to discuss Storey County Politics. This event is open to people of all political spots and stripes. We want to learn from you what is important to you as we head into …

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