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Education Spending Comparison: Florida v. Nevada

Editor’s Note: It’s back to school season. We want to look at several different threads in the coming days regarding our school system and how it is doing herer in The Richest Place On Earth. Las Vegas teachers were able to avoid a strike by demanding another 6% to teach …

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Thrive Conference Held In Virginia City

7th Annual Thrive Conference Connects Service Providers With The Community The Community Chest held its 7th annual Thrive Conference celebrating health and human service in Northern Nevada. The Community Chest hosts the Thrive Conference to discuss social service issues in Northern Nevada. Nearly a hundred people showed up to learn …

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Republicans Re-Elect McDonald as Party Chairman

Nevada’s Republican Central Committee Meets In Northern Nevada. By Don Dike-Anukam On Saturday, September 7th, the Nevada Republican Party Central Committee gathered in Winnemucca to elect a leadership team to lead the party in 2020. Three candidates, Michael McDonald of Las Vegas, Mesquite City Councilwoman Annie Black, and former 4th …

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Gilman v. Toll

Gilman v. Toll Goes To The Supreme Court

The Teller Gets It’s Day At The Supreme Court. The Nevada Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Gilman v. Toll on September 5th. For those who have not been to the Nevada Supreme Court, the process is interesting. The Court allocated 30 minutes for the proceeding and they stick to …

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