New Medicare Cards Coming

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By Andrew Bird In this day and age with identity theft running so rampant and still continuing to rise, one must be vigilant in protecting their personal information from scammers and other such criminals. Personal information includes things like … [Read more...]

Indian artifacts can be found almost anywhere

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Dennis Cassinelli         Ever since I grew up on a ranch that had been an old Indian village site, I have had a special fascination for Indian artifacts. Arrowheads, beads, scrapers and fragments of other stone tools can still be found just about … [Read more...]

Democrats’ DACA rhetoric just muddies the waters

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The vitriol being spewed over President Trump’s suspension of Obama’s executive fiat to defer deportation of illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children is nothing more than pretentious and pointless political patronizing. Nevada’s … [Read more...]

Nevada must examine Yucca Mountain opportunities as well as risks

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There are two things we can’t seem to bury: Nuclear waste and the debate over Yucca Mountain. At something dubbed the RadWaste Summit at a Las Vegas hotel earlier this month the debate over whether or not to bury nuclear waste in a labyrinth of … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Haaland

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I had a heart attack at the Eureka’s Mason Street March 30, 2017, the day before we were scheduled to leave for Fargo, N.D. I want to thank Security at the Eureka for saving my life, using a defibrillator and performing CPR until the ambulance … [Read more...]

A day worthy of celebrating: Constitution Day

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This Sunday, Sept. 17, marks the anniversary of one of the most propitious days in the history of this country. On that day in 1787, the representatives at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed the Constitution. It was ratified by the … [Read more...]

Francis G. Newlands, Irrigating the West

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Dennis Cassinelli           With the sudden influx of people moving into Nevada Territory following the discovery of Comstock Silver, the need to provide water for agriculture to feed the new population became apparent. Western Nevada is basically … [Read more...]

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month

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By Andrew Bird, Financial Concepts Let’s face it- no one wants to think about the difficult reality of a loved one or close friend passing away, or even themselves for that matter. It is a very scary and sobering thought to imagine, but if anybody … [Read more...]

Federal judge dismisses overtime rule change

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A Texas federal court judge has struck down a rule change by Obama’s Labor Department that would have cost employers $1.2 billion a year by requiring overtime for an additional 4.2 million workers — or in reality, however many workers actually still … [Read more...]

Letter to the editor-Gold Butte

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In reading “Gold Butte boundary may be adjusted" according to a statement by Senator Heller, I very much question whether President Trump has the authority to change monument boundaries, and furthermore, why anyone would even want to do so. The … [Read more...]