From the news coming out of Washoe County, you’d almost think there’s a glaucoma epidemic erupting at Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village.
His name graces an otherwise forgettable street that stretches nine short blocks in downtown Las Vegas.
The bill drafts are flying in Carson City, where for the past 150 years legislators have been deeply concerned about the future of our neediest children.
It’s been a big year, Nevada.
It was half-past pumpkin pie time early Thanksgiving evening when Larry Lyon began the trip from a friend’s house in Kyle Canyon down State Route 157 toward the lights of Las Vegas.
As political revolutions go, the Ira Hansen Tax Revolt era certainly set a record for brevity.
Rural Nevada is in big trouble. I mean really big.
The recent Republican earthquake in Nevada continues to reverberate within the GOP’s Assembly caucus and across the state.
Set foot in Nevada, and be changed.
KINGMAN, Ariz. — The very mention of his sun-bleached hometown made Charlie Waters smile and always brought to mind a story.
With the rapid approach of the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s statehood, this might be an awkward time to ask the question. But here goes:
If you think Nevada faces a water crisis today, imagine how residents of booming Virginia City must have felt back in the 1870s when their fickle sources began to run dry.
Instead of looking north for an abundant source of water for future growth in Southern Nevada, should officials be scouting West?
The Southern Nevada Water Authority’s expensive plan to pipe water from Northern Nevada and western Utah to Las Vegas Valley spigots appears to have sprung another leak.
When the smoke from its busy ore smelters covered half the Diamond Mountains with a prosperous shroud, Eureka was known as “the Pittsburgh of the West.” That was a high compliment in the 1800s.