Monthly Archives: March 2019

Explosion Rocks The Delta Saloon

An explosion rocked downtown Virginia City just after 9:00 am this morning at the Delta Saloon. The blast appeared to be centered in an upstairs kitchen facing B Street and blew out the Delta’s windows on C Street. No Injuries In The Blast “Luckily, no one appears to have been …

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Online Journalists Are Real Journalists

By coming forward and disclosing wrongdoing within government or business, whistleblowers stand to lose their jobs, their families or worse. If whistleblowers can’t rely on journalists to maintain their anonymity, we all lose as a society. The most valuable currency we have as journalists is our integrity. I made a promise to my sources and must consider the real prospect of jail time simply because I don’t put ink to paper while reporting. This ruling mixes two parts Kafka with one part Orwell for online journalists.

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Gilman v. Toll

Surprise Court Order Cancels Journalist Hearing

Is Sam Toll A Reporter? Judge Rules Yes. Readers of The Teller are aware of the upcoming hearing to determine if The Teller’s editor Sam Toll is a journalist and if The Teller is a modern day equivalent of a newspaper. The hearing was originally set for December 20th. It …

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Storey County Taxable Sales Continue Nosedive

December 2018 Report Shows Twelfth Consecutive Monthly Decline Nevada Department of Taxation released the monthly numbers for December 2018 yesterday. As we have been reporting, things have pretty much come to a standstill at TRIC. At this point, we all see the picture. The growth at TRIC has come to …

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