State to inventory pumped groundwater

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Beginning September and continuing through December, staff from the Nevada Division of Water Resources, Office of the State Engineer, will be conducting pumpage and crop inventories in approximately 60 hydrographic basins statewide. While … [Read more...]

Nevada Attorney General to visit Mesquite

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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt will kick off a southern tour of the state on Monday, Sept. 19 in Mesquite. The public is invited to meet with Laxalt in the City Council Chambers beginning at 10:30 a.m. In a telephone interview with the … [Read more...]

AG for a Day

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Renewable Energy Benchmark Survey

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Hardy Introduces Bill to Save Rural Hospitals

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Cresent Hardy (NV-4) introduced bipartisan legislation to strengthen the network of rural health care facilities throughout Nevada. After the closure of Tonopah’s only hospital last August left area residents hours … [Read more...]

Nevada tackles poverty

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  Nevada tackles poverty By Cresent Hardy, Congressman (R-NV-CD4) Dear Fellow Nevadans, We need a new approach to alleviating poverty in America. Nearly 15 percent of the U.S. population is living below the poverty line.  For many … [Read more...]

Nevada Cattlemen’s Association Announce 2016 Scholarship Requirements

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(Elko, NV) April 7, 2016 – Graduating seniors interested in pursuing an agriculture education should apply for the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association annual scholarship. The Nevada Cattlemen’s Association will be giving this year’s outstanding graduating … [Read more...]

State Treasurer blasts out-of-state ESA filings

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On Tuesday, April 5 the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Southern Poverty Law Center, and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People asked the Nevada Supreme Court to extend the expedited briefing period to … [Read more...]

RTC seeks community input to prioritize Southern Nevada’s transportation needs, future projects

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LAS VEGAS – With our transportation needs far outweighing our available resources, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is seeking the community’s input to prioritize the region’s transportation and mobility needs and … [Read more...]

Hardy: Labor Rule will Cost Jobs, Lower Benefits for Workers

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – More than 100 members of Congress are formally criticizing the Department of Labor over a proposed rule that would impact how much overtime pay employers would be required to provide. The bipartisan complaint, led by freshman … [Read more...]