Letter to the editor-Jarvis

On March 7th & 8th ParaLong Drive athletes enjoyed returning to your City for The ParaLong Drive Cup at the Mesquite Sports & Event Complex. With golfers from the U.S., Canada, South Africa, and the U.K. the event brought together athletes … [Read more...]

PERS should stop trying to hide public records

The Public Employees’ Retirement System should stop wasting taxpayer money and release the records of Nevada public employee retiree payments as the courts previously ordered them to do. The Reno Gazette-Journal sued for these records in 2013 and w … [Read more...]

Mysterious statue of Indian mother and child discovered in Carson Valley

  By Dennis Cassinelli Several years ago, I donated a sizable collection of Indian artifacts to the Carson Valley Museum and cultural Center in Gardnerville. I had inherited some of the items in the collection from my Aunt, Clare Perino. The r … [Read more...]

How schools must handle diverse gender identities

In 2017 Nevada legislators passed a bill requiring schools in the state to establish policies for “addressing the rights and needs of persons with diverse gender identities or expressions.” A month ago the state Department of Education published a dr … [Read more...]

Second Amendment is not a second-class right

Do the courts treat the Second Amendment like a second-class right? Supreme Court Justice Clarence believes they do and makes a compelling argument. This past week the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of … [Read more...]

Opinions about Nevada National Security Site, Environmental Matters

The Environment Management Program of the Department of Energy has been doing clean up and resolving environmental concerns within the Nevada Nuclear Security Site (NNSS), located northwest of Las Vegas.  Formally known as the Nevada Test Site, the … [Read more...]

Wild-Horse Overpopulation Is a Lie

BLM's Big Lie:  The "overpopulation" of wild horses is a concocted "crisis".  The government doesn't have a wild-horse problem — wild horses have a government problem.   Arbitrary management level (AML):  The maximum number of wild horses t … [Read more...]

Fire Season is Here: Congress Must Act

By Senator Catherine Cortez Masto Congress recently passed a bipartisan budget agreement that addresses many crucial priorities for Nevadan’s. Yet Congress failed to address the critical issue of empowering federal agencies and state fire d … [Read more...]

Wild horse issue needs a compromise solution

Let the caterwauling continue. The headline over a press release by a group calling itself the American Wild Horse Campaign reads, “80+ Organizations Oppose Trump Administration Plan to Slaughter America’s Mustangs.” The trigger for the press re … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editor-Petrillo

The recent indictments handed down last Friday in the Russian investigation convinced me that I have a Russian agent living around the corner from me. I was riding my bike around Sun City Mesquite a month before the election in 2016. Sun city was a … [Read more...]