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Gilman v. Toll Nears Conclusion

Gilman v. Toll

Bottom of the 9th for Gilman v. Toll On March 19th, Judge James Wilson issued an “Order After Remand” in the Gilman v. Toll defamation case. In his order (which you can find below this article), Wilson considers the case based on the Supreme Court decision issued on December 5th. …

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Storey County Businesses Impacted By Orders to Close

Local Businesses Impacted

The Impact of Covid-19: Storey County Businesses Impacted Negatively Editors Note: This article was updated on March 19th. The update is listed at the bottom of the article. Storey County Commissioners declared a State of Emergency on March 17th, 2020 in response to the Covid-19 Virus that is gripping the …

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Gilman v. Toll Goes To The Supreme Court

Gilman v. Toll

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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Sheriff Antinoro Cleared of Ethics Charges

Sheriff Antinoro Cleared of Ethics Charges The Nevada Board of Ethics cleared Storey County Sheriff Gerald Antinoro of Ethics violation charges yesterday. The charges were levied by Lance Gilman’s employee Kris Thompson and Carson City Sheriff’s Sargent Mike Cullen. Kris Thomson alleged that Sheriff Antinoro “violated NRS 281A.400(2) and (7) …

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Storey County Commission Meeting Gets Personal

The Storey County Commission Meeting Soap Opera Gets Personal In the latest episode of the Storey County Commission Meeting, there were a few things of interest. The crony lease deal with Pat Whitten’s former and Austin Osborne’s current secretary and naming Marshall McBride as NDOT hero were notable. Jen Chapman …

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Gilman v. Toll Heads to Supreme Court

Gilman v. Toll

Supreme Court Sets Date for Gilman v. Toll The Nevada Supreme Court set September 5th, 2019 as the date to hear oral arguments in the Gilman v. Toll matter. In June, attorneys for The Teller’s editor Sam Toll filed a mandamus brief with the Nevada Supreme Court requesting a stay of …

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Sunday Word Of The Day – Minuscule

Minuscule

minuscule | ˈminəˌskyo͞ol, minˈəsˌkyo͞ol | (also miniscule) adjective 1) extremely small; tiny: a minuscule fragment of DNA. • informal so small as to be negligible or insufficient: he believed the risk of infection was minuscule. 2) of or in lowercase letters, as distinct from capitals or uncials. • of or in a small cursive script of the Roman alphabet, with …

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July 2 Commissioner Meeting Review – BardeBlog

The latest episode of the Storey County Commission aired on interstellar TV. For those of you who missed it, Nicole Barde wrote about her observations on her underrated blog. During the meeting, Kris Thompson called me a liar for telling the truth and Steve Ayers referred to The Teller as …

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