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Without Fees Paid by Immigrants, U.S. Immigration Agency Faces LayoffsWithout Fees Paid by Immigrants, U.S. Immigration Agency Faces Layoffs LAS VEGAS - Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration has continued to push for greater restrictions on immigration, and now the key processing agency says without an influx of cash, it may need to furlough staff this summer.

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105: Nevada hoops commit Tre Coleman, Jalen officially leaving, A Reno last mealTre Coleman, the highest ranked signee in Nevada's incoming hoops class, joins. For slants, the Shoup's go conspiracy theory with Sisolak cancelling his presser on Tuesday night, contemplate what their "last meal" in Reno would be, and whether Jalen will get drafted.

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US judge refuses again to block Nevada's mail-in primaryRENO, Nev. — A federal judge has again rejected a conservative voting rights group's bid to block the mail-in primary election now under way in Nevada as part of an effort to guard against spread of the coronavirus at traditional polling places.

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Nevada Governor Sisolak announces negative COVID-19 test resultToday, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced his COVID-19 swab test came back negative. The Governor was tested Tuesday evening and learned of his results Wednesday.

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Nevada approves first boxing, UFC events since virus haltBoxing is set to return to Las Vegas next month after the Nevada State Athletic Commission gave the greenlight to the resumption of combat sports in the state on Wednesday.

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For Nevada County musicians, the show goes onlineDespite most live entertainment venues remaining closed indefinitely or being substantially limited, Nevada County music artists are staying upbeat.

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Nevada County's music festivals look to virtual events to build community, recoup financesFor many music lovers, heading to one or more of the many music festivals set at the Nevada County Fairgrounds is a tradition that kicks off their summer.

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WATCH: Touching moment between Nevada trooper, five-year-old crash victimA heartwarming moment was caught on bodycam Sunday, May 24, between a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper and a five-year-old girl who needed comforting after a scary crash.

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LA allows shopping, worship sooner than expected in pandemicRetail shops and offices were allowed to open Wednesday and the largest Roman Catholic archdiocese in the U.S. announced a plan to resume services as Los Angeles County took another step toward a reopening that seemed hard to imagine a week ago.

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Carson City Fire Department called to fire at landfillCarson City Fire Department and sheriff's deputies were called early Wednesday evening to a fire at the landfill in the 3600 block of Flint Road off of Highway 50 East.

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NHL monitoring situation before choosing where to play gamesConcerns about Canadian coronavirus restrictions could push hockey south of the 49th parallel into the U.S. this summer.

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Rundown of the Nevada industries cleared to reopen FridayThe second phase in the reopening of the state's economy from COVID-19 closures starts Friday.

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Carson City area Wednesday COVID-19 report: Lyon County death, 2 two new cases, 1 recoveryCarson City Health and Human Services is reporting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 an additional death due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County region, bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths to five.

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Golden Knights co-favorites for No. 1 seed in Western ConferenceThe Golden Knights, St. Louis and Colorado are +250 co-favorites at the Westgate sportsbook to get the No.

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Rundown of the Nevada industries cleared to reopen FridayThe second phase in the reopening of the state's economy from COVID-19 closures starts Friday.

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Washoe County Registrar Administers First All Mail-In Election for Primary RacesOver 291,000 ballots have already been mailed to registered voters in Washoe County with guidelines on how to return completed ballots.

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UPDATE: Carson City Kiwanis Virtual Meals on Wheels fundraiser has $1,000 anonymous donorCarson City Kiwanis would like to take a moment and thank everyone who have participated in our virtual Meals on Wheels fundraiser.

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VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas resumes some in-person servicesThe VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas is one of fewer than 20 VA sites around the nation chosen to work out best practices for reintroducing in-person health care services amid the still-active coronavirus outbreak.

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North Las Vegas police investigate death of infant found at motelNorth Las Vegas police are investigating after a woman gave birth to twins in a motel room, and one of the infants was found dead the following day due a lethal birth defect.

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LVCVA fiscal budget down from 2019-20 yearThe Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is expecting half the room-tax revenue it received this fiscal year, leading to numerous cuts in the $206.6 million plan.

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Las Vegas baseball coaches hopeful of season for boys of summerDespite national tournaments for American Legion and Connie Mack being canceled because of COVID-19, Las Vegas coaches hope to offer players a taste of summer baseball.

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Nevada primary election turnout so far: 16 percent statewidePrimary election turnout so far in the primary election is about 16 percent of active voters statewide, according to figures from the secretary of state.

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Clark County School District building 3 replacement schoolsThe school district is building new schools on existing campuses at Harris, Ferron and Harmon elementary schools in east Las Vegas.

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Late census data throws 2021 redistricting into doubtDelays in data reporting caused by the coronavirus pandemic is likely to push redistricting in Nevada back and require a special legislative session, attorneys for the state legislature told lawmakers Wednesday.

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Review-Journal endorsements for Nevada Supreme Court, District Court, Family Court primariesThe 2020 primary is of greater importance this year because a significant number of contests - particularly for judicial seats - could potentially be decided in advance of November's general election.

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Nevada County Now: May 27, 2020Today's episode of Nevada County Now covers hair salons, The Fair, boating, Nevada Union's graduation and more!

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Alamo 100% Hand Car Wash reinforcing safety measures after reopeningAlamo 100% Hand Car Wash opens after shutting down for 3 weeks.

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Nevada County Now: May 27, 2020Today's episode of Nevada County Now covers hair salons, The Fair, boating, Nevada Union's graduation and more!

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Nevada County Public Health Officer, Dr. Ken Cutler, announces planned retirementFrom a news release: Nevada County's Public Health Officer, Dr. Ken Cutler, is announcing his planned retirement beginning in July.

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Las Vegas Athletic Club fitness centers to open SaturdayLas Vegas Athletic Club locations in the Las Vegas Valley will open Saturday, according to posts today on the company's social media channels.

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Las Vegas solar energy ranks in top 10, according to report.In Environment America Research and Policy Center's seventh annual report on solar energy in major American cities, the city is ranked seventh in solar energy supply per capita and 10th in total supply.

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Nevada coronavirus update: What we know Wednesday in Reno, Las VegasThis is a breaking news story and will be updated throughout the day Wednesday, May 27.

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Plaza hotel-casino in downtown Las Vegas to reopen June 4A Plaza spokesperson said the property will open while following all federal, state, and local government guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Help provide Chromebooks to Las Vegas valley studentsKTNV 13 Action News is helping the Public Education Foundation, the Distance Learning Task Force and the Clark County School District raise money to connect students who might otherwise be left behind.

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Blue ribbon effort honors postal workersIf one effort to thank people who continued to work through the coronavirus outbreak deserves a blue ribbon, it might be Sheridan resident Margaret Daniels'.The retired Markleeville postmaster was featured in the U.S. Postal Service's newsletter the Western Word for tying 72 blue ribbons and attaching them to mailboxes in her neighborhood, with...

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Third of Republicans have votedWith less than two weeks left until the mail-in primary around a third of Republican ballots have already arrived at the Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer's Office.

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Suggestions for growing own foodThe coronavirus has made many people want to grow their own food. At the Foothill Garden, a partnership with The Greenhouse Project and Carson Tahoe Health, Will Pierz, the garden manager and farmer, is growing some unusual, but hardy edible plants.

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Quiet observance of Memorial DayThere were nearly as many horses as spectators at Eastside Memorial Cemetery where the Douglas County Sheriff's Battle Born Mounted Posse conducted an honor ride on Memorial Day.

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Las Vegas boy, 8, dies after drinking chemicals in soda bottleA 8-year-old Las Vegas boy died in May days after he ingested chemicals that were stored in a soda bottle, according to a Clark County Department of Family Services report.

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Nevada Supreme Court says judge retaliated at sentencingThe Nevada Supreme Court has decided that a Clark County judge went too far when he sentenced a defendant in a robbery case to life in prison without parole.

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Ethics complaint filed against BC city attorneyThe Nevada Commission on Ethics is investigating a complaint against City Attorney Steve Morris for allegedly violating state law at a City Council meeting in October.

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City cuts millions from budgetCity Council unanimously approved the final budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year that includes several million dollars in cuts to accommodate expected revenue losses due to the COVID-19 emergency.

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City OKs zero-cost lease for park cottage with Lend A HandLocal nonprofit Lend A Hand of Boulder City is one step closer to having a new, larger location at Cottage 3 in ABC Park.

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Hoover Dam marks 85th anniversary of final concrete pourOn Friday, May 29, Hoover Dam celebrates a unique anniversary. It will have been 85 years since the last of the concrete was poured for the project.

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Nevada AG Ford sues Trump over fuel efficiency standardsNevada and a coalition of nearly two dozen other states Wednesday sued the Trump administration over a federal rule that rolls back vehicle emissions standards, claiming that the change will hurt the nation's economy and stymie the strides made in combating climate change.

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Wreath placed to honor veteransBoulder City Mayor Kiernan McManus joined with Gov. Steve Sisolak to place a wreath honoring veterans during a small, private Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 25, at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

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Challenging times inspire creative solutionsIt's been 1,728 hours - 72 days - since Nevadans were first asked to work from home and begin isolating themselves from others to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Mailbag leftovers: The 21 most iconic quotes in Nevada athletics historyOn occasion, a Monday Mailbag question requires too much research for me to include in the weekly feature, so I end up writing it up separately as a "Mailbag leftover." I got such a question this week.

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Phase Two begins FridayMore of Nevada's daily routines will return Friday, May 29, with limits, as Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Tuesday, May 26, night the further easing of COVID-19 restrictions, including gatherings for church services and the reopening of more businesses, such as bars and health facilities.

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Schools continue food distribution, online learningDespite the school year being over, local students will still be able to pick up meals throughout the summer and participate in online learning activities.

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Gaming Control Board releases updated policy guiding Nevada casino reopeningsResorts must check guests' temperature upon arrival or have a medical professional on property at all times and require guests to complete a symptom self-assessment, according to an updated policy released Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board as casinos gear up for reopening.

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Business Beat: Coffeehouse, bookstore to open in historic buildingThree friends with deep ties to Boulder City have joined forces to create DAM Roast House &Browder Bookstore, a new business that will be housed in the town's oldest commercial building.

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Cortez Masto, Rosen argue for federal coronavirus aidNevada's Democratic senators argued Wednesday for federal funds to help states and cities grappling with the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus as Senate Republican leaders and the White House have ignored requests for aid.

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Seniors parade their accomplishmentsGraduation day for Boulder City High School's Class of 2020 was different this year as the students and parents celebrated with a parade instead of a traditional commencement ceremony.

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Lentils move from side to center plateHave you noticed lentils are popping up everywhere lately? They have officially moved beyond soup and have been added to salads, made into pasta, breads, chips and other snack foods, and have even become plant-based meat replacements.

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Meaningful thoughts pass test of timeI enjoy well said, meaningful sayings. Thoughts that are well-spoken, especially during a time of confusion, desperation and perhaps, situations that seem impossible, are often priceless.

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Beyond the Lights: Fear, depression fill officers' mindsThis series of day-in-the-life of stories provides a candid look behind the scenes of the Boulder City police officers who protect and serve Boulder City.

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Youth sports programs earn accoladeChildren and parents have known for years that the sports programs offered by Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department are top-notch.

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Mojave Desert home to Joshua treesTo outsiders, the Joshua tree might look nightmarish and threatening, with its daggerlike spines and odd, sometimes grotesque growth habit.

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Veterans, tourist attractions find common bond in Las VegasGambling, entertainment and gourmet dinners will remain the big draws in Las Vegas when Nevada opens up again.

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Grass Valley man sentenced to 15 years in child sex caseA 51-year-old man facing multiple charges after he began a non-consensual sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in state prison.

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Bee infestation closes visitors center in NevadaMaintenance crews discovered hundreds of bees swarming the faucets, toilets and other facilities while performing a fog seal pavement upgrade to the north and south parking lots, the release said.

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Nevada Exploration Presents Final RC Drilling Results from South Grass Valley Carlin-Type Gold Project TSX Venture Exchange:NGERENO, Nev., May 27, 2020 - Nevada Exploration Inc. is pleased to report that the recently-completed reverse-circulation drilling program at its South Grass Valley Project has focused the Company's search for new Carlin-type gold deposits to a mineralized corridor, which the Company believes is the potential common fluid source for three of the...

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Griffith PeakDay Hike, Peak Bagging Date: November 14, 2019 Altitude: 11,066 Feet, distance: 8.7 miles, 3,451 foot elevation change, 7 hours duration, rated: Hard The hike to the summit of Griffith Peak is a workout right out of the box.

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The Salvation Army Thrift Stores to reopen this weekendThe Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores in southern Nevada will reopen on May 29.

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Houses of worship get OK to reopen this week, but not all are readyWhen worshippers return after the shutdown, they'll see changes ranging from significantly smaller crowds to alterations in traditional rituals.

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Nevada casinos to reopen; America can't get enough pizzaThe outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed.

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Faith Lutheran's Bob Chinn named Nevada Preps Coach of the YearBob Chinn led the Faith Lutheran girls soccer team to a 23-0-1 record and the school's first Class 4A state title in any sport to earn Coach of the Year honors.

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Space Pen company excited for Space X launch despite delayFisher Space Pen in Boulder City has been providing revolutionary zero gravity pens for space travel for decades.

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Cosmopolitan latest casino to announce reopening plansThe Cosmopolitan today announced plans to reopen June 4 with restaurants, bars, stores and swimming, but also under strict health and safety guidelines.

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Online learning alternative to summer campsMany parents are left wondering if they will have a summer camp for their children this summer or if they feel comfortable sending them to camps.

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Hopes of economic revival give markets 3rd straight winDepartment store chains, which took some of the market's worst losses this year, surged amid optimism that life can inch back toward normal.

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New coronavirus testing site opens at UNLVYour options for getting COVID-19 testing are expanding. On Wednesday, the drive-thru test operation at The Orleans moved to UNLV.

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Nevada Humanities CARES Relief Grants Now Open for ApplicationsNevada Humanities CARES: Emergency Relief Grants is launching to provide rapid-response, short-term operating support for Nevada nonprofit humanities and cultural organizations facing financial hardship and duress resulting from the COVID-19 health emergency.

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Nevada Humanities CARES Relief Grants now open for applicationsNevada Humanities CARES: Emergency Relief Grants is launching to provide rapid-response, short-term operating support for Nevada nonprofit humanities and cultural organizations facing financial hardship and duress resulting from the COVID-19 health emergency.

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Las Vegas Strip signs signal casinos' reopeningSigns of casino reopenings started to appear Wednesday on the Las Vegas Strip as MGM Resorts International and other companies prepared to begin operations again.

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Carson City, Douglas theater companies unite, pen letter regarding future performancesThe community theatre companies in Carson City and Douglas County, along with our local performance venues, have created a coalition with the goal of navigating the challenges specific to our local theatre community brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CPK Summerlin to reopen this weekendCalifornia Pizza Kitchen Summerlin announced it will be reopening its doors on May 30.

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Nevada County Captures: Through a best friend's eyesAnd be sure to include your name and a caption with your submission. Thanks!

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Most Wanted in Las Vegas for the week of May 24, 2020Police in the Las Vegas area are asking for the public's help in locating the following individuals.

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Amy Klobuchar to address Democrats at Nevada conventionThe Nevada State Democratic Party announced Tuesday that U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar was chosen be the keynote speaker for the party's state convention in June.

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The Cosmopolitan opening doors at 10 a.m. June 4The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas reopens its doors to the public on June 4 at 10 a.m.

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Hollie Grimaldi Flores: Who was that masked man?As we continue adjusting to the realities of life in the midst of a pandemic, it saddens me to see the shift from humanity coming together to fight a common enemy, to a divisiveness that seems to have come from the virus not killing as many people as feared in a timely manner.

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InConcert Sierra's Facebook to become 'stage' for young musicians this weekInConcert Sierra will present a virtual student recital for young musicians to showcase their talents and hard work in two online streaming performances at 7 p.m.

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Savannah Hanson: Mercy and the human creatureMany of us may be experiencing great dives into uncharted territory of the inner psyche.

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Free online diabetes self-management classes begin ThursdayRegistration is open for a free, online series of classes on Diabetes Self Management that begins on Thursday, May 28, 2020.

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Nevada NewsMakers Wed, May 27 2020Guests: Lowell Patton, President, Fernley Chamber.

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Cal Collier: Cherry-picking columnCherry-picking columnIn response to Terry McLaughlin's "finger pointing" column of May 7 — Ms. McLaughlin, you have a real talent for cherry picking and editing "facts" to suit your politics.

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Scottie Hart: Why we hate each otherFor several years now, I have been dismayed by our deep inability as a nation to "get" each other.

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Pauline Nevins: Partly cloudy became partly sunnyWhere's George Carlin when you need him? I thought about George recently. This controversial irreverent stand-up comedian, who died over a decade ago, would have been 83 this not-so-merry month of May.

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Hits and Misses in Nevada CountyEach week we'll run through the sublime, the trivial and profound issues, decisions and goings on that strike us as Hits or Misses.

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Obituary for Norma ModderNorma passed away peacefully on May 20th, 2020 with her family by her side. She was 86.

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Nevada Gaming Industry Expected To Reopen By June 4Nevada's two-month casino shutdown is over. Governor Steve Sisolak gave the green light Tuesday allowing casinos to reopen on June 4.That's 78 days after the industry was first ordered to close to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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Golden Knights' Nate Schmidt says safety is main concernWhen he's not producing entertaining social media content, Nate Schmidt is busy keeping Golden Knights teammates up to date on the NHL's return-to-play plans.

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Gaming Control Board updates policies for casino reopeningsAs promised Tuesday at a Gaming Control Board workshop meeting, regulators have updated the health and safety policies for reopening casinos June 4.

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Boyd Gaming will open 9 properties June 4Boyd Gaming Corporation today announced plans to resume operations at nine of its Nevada properties on June 4, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals: The Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, Aliante, Cannery, Sam's Town, Fremont, California and Jokers Wild.

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Travel restrictions ease as dangerous time for teen drivers beginsThe combination of schools closed, activities curtailed, summer jobs canceled, and COVID-19 restrictions being lifted, could prove deadly as teens take to the road this summer.

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Boyd Gaming To Reopen Properties In Nevada, Missouri And IowaLAS VEGAS, May 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Boyd Gaming Corporation today announced plans to resume operations at 13 properties in Nevada, Missouri and Iowa, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals.

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Governor Steve Sisolak Announces Phase 2 Plan To Reopen NevadaGovernor Steve Sisolak announced Nevada's path to phase 2 of reopening, which will begin on Friday, May 29.

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Intero gives back to Nevada County's hungryIntero Real Estate and all of their realtors recently delivered a grant to the Nevada County Food bank.

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Updates from Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Hospital FoundationDignity Health Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital recently celebrated EMS week. This is a big deal for the Sierra Nevada Memorial because it is one of the few hospitals fortunate enough to have its own ambulance service.

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Intero gives back to Nevada County's hungryIntero Real Estate and all of their realtors recently delivered a grant to the Nevada County Food bank.

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Updates from Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Hospital FoundationDignity Health Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital recently celebrated EMS week. This is a big deal for the Sierra Nevada Memorial because it is one of the few hospitals fortunate enough to have its own ambulance service.

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Nevada County police blotter: 'Mean-mugging' man reported 'walking like a chicken'Grass Valley Police a.m. — An online report was made for vandalism that occurred on May 24 on Nevada City Highway.1:25 a.m.

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April employment report grim: Carson City loses 3,800 jobs, Reno 24,500 and Vegas, 214.5KIn April, Carson City lost 3,800 jobs at a rate of 12.4 percent, giving the capital city an unemployment rate of 21.4 percent for the month compared to March's rate of 7.1 percent and 4 percent in April 2019, according to figures released Wednesday by the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

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Las Vegas' unemployment rate tops 33 percent in AprilLas Vegas' unemployment rate shot past 33 percent last month amid sweeping business closures sparked by the coronavirus pandemic, a new report shows.

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Here's what is reopening and when during Phase 2 in Las VegasDuring Phase 2, casinos, movie theaters, bowling alleys, bars and many other types of businesses are allowed to reopen.

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Firefighter bachelors serving coffee for to support causeThe Burn Foundation and Sunrise Coffee are hosting a special pop-up on May 30, with a few of this year's Firefighter bachelors.

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DETR: Nevada has highest unemployment rate in the nationAccording to the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation's. April 2020 economic report, statewide jobs decreased by - 18.0%, a loss of - 254,800 jobs since April 2019 for an employment level of 1,159,800, a trend reflected in the Metropolitan Statistical Areas.

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Man killed in Las Vegas hit-and-run crash identifiedMan killed in Las Vegas hit-and-run crash identified as James Taite, 66.

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Despite pandemic, Tu Casa Latina continues to provide information, resources for LatinosRecently, Tu Casa Latina began holding bi-weekly "cafecitos." These are Facebook live events through which the organization provides resources and up-to-date information about topics important to the Latino community.

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Las Vegas nonprofits providing financial assistance to valley residents during COVID-19 crisisA local nonprofit paid an entire month's rent for a local veteran who has been struggling during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Graduate Student Association announces Spring 2020 award winnersThese scholarships and awards will help their recipents continue to conduct research at the College of Engineering and other schools at the University.

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Playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer dies at 84He was nominated for an Academy Award for his screenplay for "Women in Love," the 1969 adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's novel.

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HELP of Southern Nevada to host virtual raffleHELP of Southern Nevada is will host their first-ever virtual GIVE-PLAY-WIN raffle live on Facebook and Instagram at 12:30 p.m.

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Las Vegas couple charged in North Carolina Medicaid fraudA Las Vegas couple are facing multiple federal charges in connection with allegations that they defrauded the North Carolina Medicaid Program out of $13 million, according to the Department of Justice.

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Home: May 28, 2020Readers around Grass Valley and Nevada County make The Union's work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

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NV attorney general joins coalition to sue Trump administration for clean car rules rollbackThe previous standards required improvements in fuel economy and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from passenger cars and light trucks.

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MGM Grand joins list of casinos reopening June 4MGM Resorts International said today it will reopen the MGM Grand along with two other Las Vegas Strip casinos on June 4.

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MGM Resorts announces reopening of Las Vegas resortsMGM Resorts International announced its planned June 4 reopening of Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand Las Vegas and The Signature, following the closure earlier this year of all of its U.S. properties amidst the coronavirus crisis.

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Nevada Union's drive-thru graduationNevada Union High School held the first of its two days of drive-thru graduations Wednesday at Grass Valley's Hooper Stadium.

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Las Vegas freeway traffic volume rises 9% during Phase One of state reopening planFollowing the beginning of Phase One of Nevada's reopening plan, traffic volumes slightly increased around the valley's freeway system.

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Motorcyclist killed in collision was thoracic surgeon from HendersonA man killed in a motorcycle crash Monday morning has been identified as Las Vegas Valley physician Peter Vajtai, 70, of Henderson, the Clark County coroner's office said.

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Man reported missing in northwest Las Vegas Valley is foundA 27-year-old man who was reported missing Monday night has since been found, Las Vegas police said Wednesday.

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Church files lawsuit against Nevada over gatherings ban amid COVID-19A Dayton church is suing Lyon County and the state of Nevada for allegedly violating its First Amendment rights by disallowing church gatherings over a certain size as it allows some businesses to reopen.

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PUA Adjudication Center unable to accept callsThe Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program's Adjudication Center is currently unable to accept phone calls, according to a notice on their website.

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North Las Vegas police search for homicide suspectNorth Las Vegas police are searching for a gunman who allegedly shot and killed another man Tuesday night in a residential area.

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Adjudication center down for Nevada gig worker claims until June 1The adjudication center for handling claims related to gig workers and the self-employed will be down until June 1.

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Rundown of the Nevada industries cleared to reopen FridayThe second phase in the reopening of the state's economy from COVID-19 closures starts Friday.

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Eight Republicans, six Democrats battling for Nevada's Congressional District 4 nominationEditor's Note: The Pahrump Valley Times had a misprinted page in its 2020 Special Election section on Friday, May 22.

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Man, 90, critically hurt in stabbing at Las Vegas Valley senior homeA 90-year-old man who police say was stabbed Tuesday night by his 86-year-old wife at an assisted living home in the Las Vegas Valley was critically injured in the attack.

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Day 73I'll be excoriated - as I was a week or so ago for showcasing Dawn Bunker's travails - but I can honestly say that after 78+ years on this rock, most of them with pen in hand, the star of today's show is as close as I'll ever get to posing the question to readers what the difference may be of a tavern, an elephant, er, breaking wind, and finally...

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Nevada State Parks to allow camping with some restrictions beginning Friday under Phase 2Overnight camping at Nevada State Parks will be allowed with capacity restrictions under the governor's reopening directives for Phase 2, beginning this Friday, May 29.

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Casino owner giving away 1,700 free flights to Las VegasDowntown casino owner Derek Stevens is giving away 1,000 free flights to Las Vegas in hopes of jump-starting its tourism industry.

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'Hamilton' postponed as Smith Center remains dark indefinitelyThe hit musical's run from September through October at The Smith Center's Reynolds Hall has been postponed, Myron Martin announced Wednesday.

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Red Rock Canyon scenic loop to reopen June 1Red Rock Canyon's popular scenic loop drive will reopen June 1 for the first time in over two months, the Bureau of Land Management announced Wednesday.

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Nevada casinos to reopen; America can't get enough pizzaFollow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond.

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Nevada uneployment call center for gig workers down until June 1The Alorica call center tasked with helping independent contractors and self-employed workers with filing for unemployment insurance benefits appears to have temporarily stopped taking calls.

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Desert WindsWhen I talk to people from other parts of the country about living in a "desert", the first thing they usually mention is how hot they imagine it would be.

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Carson City Humane Society's Pet of the Week: RubyHappy Wednesday Carson City! Are you ready to meet your newest Pet of the Week?

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Wynn Las Vegas announces reopening dateWynn Las Vegas announced today a reopening date of June 4, under phase two of the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan from Gov.

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Boyd Gaming employees receive letters warning of possible layoffsIn a letter dated May 22, Boyd Gaming workers nationwide got word that they could be laid off as a result of the uncertainty of the economy in the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nevada regulators refining rules for reopening casinosNevada gambling regulators said earlier that day that they may require the state's shuttered casinos to test all front-line resort workers for COVID-19, plan to isolate infected visitors and take other steps to slow the coronavirus spread before they can reopen.

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Roundabout Grill able to open in phase two of Nevada's reopening processRoundabout Grill, a popular American restaurant in the Whitney Peak Hotel, is finally reopening after being closed for more than two months.

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Las Vegas casinos, restaurants reopening soonMore than two months into a state-mandated shutdown, some Las Vegas casinos and restaurants are planning to reopen their doors to the public June 4.

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The LINQ Promenade, High Roller reopening with Caesars Palace, FlamingoCaesars Entertainment has announced that it will open Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas first on June 4.

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After fact check by Twitter, Trump threatens social mediaPresident Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering after Twitter added fact checks to two of his tweets.

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Downtown Las Vegas hotel-casino owner giving away 1K free flights to VegasAs Las Vegas begins to welcome visitors back to the city, one CEO has found a creative way to help reignite tourism.

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Approved: UFC, boxing to return to Las VegasThe Nevada State Athletic Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday morning to bring back UFC and boxing to Las Vegas.

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How well do you know Nevada's literary legacy?This week I'll continue with more Nevada trivia — this time related to the state's rich literary traditions.

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Western Nevada College honors Fernley, Fallon graduatesAlthough Western Nevada College has delayed its commencement ceremony to honor its 2020 graduation class because of COVID-19, the college is proud to announce and congratulate its list of graduates.

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UFC and boxing are back on in Las VegasThe Nevada Athletic Commission unanimously agreed Wednesday to allow two UFC events and two Top Rank boxing shows in Las Vegas over the next two weeks.

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Cooling stations open in Las Vegas ValleyClark County will be opening daytime cooling stations from Wednesday to Friday as temperatures are set to climb well into the triple digits.

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Nevada's Gambling Regulators Prepare For ReopeningThe Nevada Gaming Control Board is making final regulatory preparations to reopen casinos as soon as June 4.

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Help those who are hungry: FISH stores in Carson City, Minden host food drives this FridayFood Bank of Northern Nevada has multiple sites where they are accepting donations this Friday, May 29, including Friends in Service Helping thrift stores in Carson City and Minden.

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North Las Vegas woman, 19, accused of sex trafficking of minorA North Las Vegas woman has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking a youth for the purposes of prostitution, police said.

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Reopen Nevada County plan to include hair salons, barber shops and religious services with modificationsNevada City, CA - As Nevada County Public Health continues to focus on safely reopening the local economy, updates to the Reopen Nevada County plan are posted to.

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Nevada Attorney General Warns Against Stimulus Checks Being Taken From Nursing Home ResidentsNevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford is advising nursing home residents and their family members to be cautious about having their economic impact payments or "stimulus checks" improperly taken from them.

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Las Vegas community lifts spirits of veteran battling cancerThe strength of family and support of those around you can give you the courage to keep fighting against all odds.

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Nevada commission approves return of combat sports eventsThe Nevada Athletic Commission voted unanimously to approve new coronavirus health and safety protocols, granting the UFC and Top Rank two requested dates for live fight cards in Las Vegas without fans in attendance, during a Wednesday morning teleconference.

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The Juice Box LV, Bronze Cafe partner amid COVID-19Two Las Vegas businesses partner amid coronavirus outbreak.

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Free flights to Las Vegas: Casino owner Derek Stevens giving away 1000 one-way ticketsDerek Stevens, co-owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate, is heralding his resorts' reopening by giving away 1,000 one-way flights to Las Vegas from 24 U.S. cities.

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Red Rock Canyon to reopen MondayAreas in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, including the Scenic Drive, will reopen Monday after a weekslong closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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As Las Vegas temperatures rise, pools and water parks allowed to reopenPhase 2 starts just as the Las Vegas valley is under an excessive heat warning.

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Red Rock Scenic Drive reopening June 1With the lifting of public health and safety restrictions enacted by Nevada officials, the Bureau of Land Management today announced that it is increasing recreational access at Red Rock and Sloan Canyon National Conservation Areas.

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Clark County reports 61 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deathsClark County reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths over the preceding day, according to data posted Wednesday.

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Las Vegas doctor says patients experiencing 'mask fatigue,' concerned for hot temperaturesWednesday marks the start of an Excessive Heat Warning for most of the Las Vegas valley, but the rise in temperatures could make wearing a mask even more uncomfortable.

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County: Most businesses COVID-19 compliant; rules on masks up to establishmentWashoe County has found most businesses are following COVID-19 safety guidelines; and those that aren't, quickly come into compliance once alerted.

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Keep Tahoe bears wild: Public urged to practice social distancing, proper food and garbage storageLate Spring is in full swing in the Tahoe Basin and Tahoe black bears are searching for food.

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US virus deaths near 100K: What does a number mean?This is the week when America's official coronavirus death toll reaches six digits. One hundred thousand lives wiped out by a disease unknown to science a half a year ago.

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Tropical Storm Bertha forms, quickly hits S. Carolina coastTropical Storm Bertha made landfall on South Carolina's coast Wednesday morning shortly after it formed, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

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Lucky Dragon sculpture moves from Las Vegas to Seattle areaA casino outside Seattle that reopened Tuesday will feature a glitzy leftover from a failed Las Vegas resort: the Lucky Dragon's dragon.

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California LotteryNo one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, May 23 drawing of the California Super Lotto.

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Leslie Street paving to commence tomorrow in PahrumpPahrump Valley motorists who regularly travel along Leslie Street might want to consider another route this Thursday and Friday, May 28 and 29, as the repaving project for the stretch of Leslie Street between Basin Avenue and Irene Street is set to take place over the next two days.

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Beatty High School sends off seniors drive-thru style"Pomp and Circumstance" played, and the Beatty High School Class of 2020 gathered at the school's football field to receive diplomas.

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Letters to the Editor of the Pahrump Valley TimesLooking at the worldometer site , you can now see the overall death rate is 7%, and CNN is displaying 65,173 deaths from 1,106,373 cases, or 5.9% in the U.S.

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Newrange Gold Corp gears up for drilling again at Pamlico project, NevadaThe initial part of the program will comprise between around 3,000 and 3,500 meters of drilling in 30-35 holes, primarily along Pamlico Ridge, Newrange said, adding that up to 10,000 m was expected to be drilled in the next few months.

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Poor weather postpones historic SpaceX rocket launchSince 2011, NASA has relied on Russian spaceships launched from Kazakhstan to take U.S. astronauts to and from the space station.

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Wobbles in the Walker Lane Deformation BeltGood Afternoon, An earthquake of magnitude of 6.5, 56 km west of Tonopah, Nevada, started an earthquake swarm on 15 May 2020; at the time of writing there had been 1,032 quakes.

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Las Vegas police seek help identifying 4 from business robberyLas Vegas police are seeking the public's help in identifying four people who carried out a robbery at a business in the Las Vegas valley on May 11.

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Driver in Lutheran Bridge wreck faces DUI chargeA Garderville Ranchos woman is scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court today in connection with a May 17 collision resulted in her arrest for driving under the influence near Lutheran Bridge on Centerville in Gardnerville.

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Nevada Gives Casinos Go-Ahead For June 4 ReopeningNevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said Tuesday that the state's casinos, including gambling meccas Las Vegas, are allowed to reopen from June 4, capping off two and a half months of unprecedented shutdowns-but with social distancing guidelines and other protective measures in place, betting against the house will likely look different for the...

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Propane tanks may have exploded in Pahrump fire early WednesdayNye County authorities were trying to determine what caused a large structure fire early Wednesday in Pahrump.

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The May 27, 2020, R-C Morning ReportGenoa, Nev. — The Main Street Farmers Market at Heritage Park opens for the season 8 a.m.

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World Poker Tour final tables still planned for Las VegasThe completion of the tournaments, which began in California and New Jersey, has been delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Las Vegas breaking news for May 27, 2020The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.

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Registered sex offender charged with assault on childA 74-year-old registered sex offender has been charged with sexually assaulting a child in Henderson, police said.

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Las Vegas casino reopening 'major milestone' for city and industryWhile not all properties in the state will take advantage of the initial opening date, several operators said they're excited to open their doors to guests.

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Las Vegas weather: Excessive heat arrives for 3 daysTemperatures will reach dangerous levels across the Las Vegas region starting Wednesday and going through at least Friday, the National Weather Service says.

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Half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine, poll showsOnly about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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Businesses including bars, gyms and churches can reopen Friday as Nevada moves into 'Phase 2'Nevada will move into Phase 2 of its reopening plan on Friday amid downward trends in COVID-19 positivity test rates and hospitalizations — a transition that will allow additional venues including churches, gyms and bars to reopen.

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US nears 100K deaths as virus expands grip in many areasOptimism over reopening economies from business shutdowns to fight the virus spurred a rally on Wall Street, even as the official U.S. death toll approached 100,000.

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Nevada commission approves return of combat sports, UFC and Top Rank Boxing schedule eventsThe commission met via phone with a focus on COVID-19 protocols. NSAC has recently worked with Sports Medicine Research and Testing Laboratory in Salt Lake City to develop testing procedures for the virus, the central thing to safely managing to return to live events taking place in the state.

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NAC approves return of combat sports events to NevadaThe Nevada Athletic Commission voted unanimously to approve new coronavirus health and safety protocols, granting both the UFC and Top Rank Boxing two requested dates for live fight cards in Las Vegas without fans in attendance during a Wednesday morning meeting conducted by teleconference.

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Reopen Nevada County plan to include hair salons, barber shops and religious services with modificationsNevada City, CA - As Nevada County Public Health continues to focus on safely reopening the local economy, updates to the Reopen Nevada County plan are posted to.

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Nevada to reopen casinos June 4, welcoming tourists againLAS VEGAS — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Tuesday night that he would allow casinos to reopen June 4, welcoming tourists to return to the glitzy gambling mecca of Las Vegas.

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Can Trump feel your pain? U.S. nears haunting virus milestoneIn the rubble of buildings and lives, modern U.S. presidents have met national trauma with words such as these: "I can hear you." "You have lost too much, but you have not lost everything." "We have wept with you; we've pulled our children tight."

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Coronavirus USA Updates: Nevada gyms, bars, salons to reopen; casinos on track to open June 4Nevada is ready to begin "phase two" of its reopening this Friday. Public and private gatherings can increase from no more than 10 people to a maximum of 50 people, while continuing to follow social distancing, Gov.

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A Tassel Worth The HassleAfter leading her class in turning the tassle and tossing their caps in the air, VVHS Senior Class President Taylor Ostrowski reacts to the opening of the fireworks show on Thursday night in the Eureka Resort parking lot.

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Unorthodox MVHS Graduation still steeped in Pirate traditionMVHS 2020 graduate Phylene Marquez celebrates during the procession from downtown Overton.

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A Grand Vvhs Celebration Despite Covid-19The COVID-19 pandemic put an end to traditional graduation ceremonies around the country. And Virgin Valley High School was no different.

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A Community Effort Pulls Off Graduation MiracleThe community of Moapa Valley pulled off a milestone effort last week. The community worked together to plan, coordinate and carry out graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020; and it was done in less than a week.

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Nevada regulators authorise bets on ESL One BirminghamThe Nevada Gaming Control Board have issued an approval notice permitting wagers to be placed on Dota 2 event ESL One Birmingham.

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Nevada Will Reopen Its Casinos On June 4, Governor SaysCasinos in Las Vegas and other Nevada cities can reopen next Thursday for the first time since the coronavirus forced the gaming industry to shut down more than two months ago, Gov.

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Nevada casinos to reopen; America in lockdown devours pizzaThe outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed.

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Nevada to Reopen Las Vegas Casinos on June 4Night clubs and day clubs along with live performances with spectators, however, will remain closed.

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Noram Recognizes Positive Economics for Neighbor in Clayton Valley, Nevada, and Plans for Pea StudyVANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA / ACCESSWIRE / May 27, 2020 / Noram Ventures Inc. recognizes the accomplishments of neighbor Cypress Development Corp.

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Oakland A's to end stipends for minor leaguersThe Oakland Athletics are placing their scouts and a significant number of other front office employees on furlough, suspending pay for minor leaguers and cutting the salaries of other executives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Today's local and national sportsDaily listings for Sports on TV and radio in the Las Vegas area and live sports in the Las Vegas Valley, including events on major cable and satellite broadcasters.

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Reports: 2 horses trained by Bob Baffert fail drug testsTwo horses from the barn of two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer Bob Baffert have tested positive for a banned substance, according to published reports.

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Chinese team summits Everest amid bid to remeasure peakA Chinese survey team on Wednesday became the first and perhaps only group to climb Mt. Everest this year, part of a project to remeasure the exact height of the world's tallest mountain.

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Elliott ends Busch's win streak, collects $100,000 bountyChase Elliott gained a measure of revenge against Kyle Busch on Tuesday night — and then let him know about it.

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Venezuela's apparent respite from COVID-19 may not last longDefying dire predictions, Venezuela so far seems to have avoided the coronavirus wave striking much of South America.

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Poll: Half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccineOnly about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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World watches as South Korea cautiously returns to lifeThe baseball league is on. Students have begun returning to school. And people are increasingly dining out and enjoying nighttime strolls in public parks.

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Rubio warns of foreign actors amplifying virus conspiraciesSen. Marco Rubio, the new Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is warning that foreign actors will seek to amplify conspiracy theories about the coronavirus and find new ways to interfere in the 2020 presidential election.

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Congress shifts attention to overhauling small-business aidDeadlocked over the next big coronavirus relief bill, Congress is shifting its attention to a more modest overhaul of small-business aid in hopes of helping employers reopen shops and survive the pandemic.

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White House letter doesn't explain why Trump fired watchdogsThe White House said Tuesday that President Donald Trump followed the law when he fired multiple inspectors general in the last two months, but the administration offered no new details about why they were let go.

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Biden knocks Trump for 'this macho stuff' in shunning masksJoe Biden said Tuesday that wearing a mask in public to combat the spread of the coronavirus is a sign of leadership and called President Donald Trump a "fool" who was "stoking deaths" for suggesting otherwise.

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CDC: Antibody tests wrong half the timeThe CDC says antibody testing for coronavirus might be wrong up to half the time.

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Sisolak announces Phase 2 of reopening to start FridayOn a day when Gov. Steve Sisolak had to cancel an in-person press conference because of possible exposure to COVID-19, he announced that the state is ready to move into Phase 2 of the "Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery" reopening plan starting Friday and reiterated that June 4 is the target date for reopening casinos.

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University Of Nevada, Las Vegas Business School Answers The Humanitarian CallIn light of the tragedy of the coronavirus, humanitarians like Andre Carrier and Greg Lee, and the Lee family foundation, are bold enough to look for a way to end the pandemic.

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Restaurants seeing sticker shock on certain foodsScripps reporter Kai Beech explains how price hikes at the grocery store is having an impact on businesses and the consumer.

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Nevada Governor Sisolak Releases Guidance for Phase 2 ReopeningToday, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that Nevada is ready to move into Phase 2 of the state's Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan on Friday, May 29.

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Virtual meeting, job interview etiquetteMany of us have been spending a lot of time in virtual meetings, and some companies are using them for job interviews.

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Gary LombardiGary Michael Lombardi 1936-2020 Gary passed away on May 15, 2020 at the age of 84.

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Patricia Kaye RodriguezPatricia Kaye. Rodriguez July 14, 1947 - May 22, 2020 Patricia Kaye. Rodriguez passed away Friday evening, May 22, 2020 in her Minden, Nevada home after an extended illness of ovarian and colon cancer.

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Georgia Ann CumminsGeorgia Ann Cummins July 19, 1941 - May 15, 2020 Georgia Ann Cummins was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother who was cherished by many o f her friends.

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Woman accused of stabbing husband at Las Vegas senior homePolice are investigating after a woman stabbed her husband in the back at an assisted living home in the west valley on Tuesday night.

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NFL rumors: Raiders considering moving 2020 training camp to NevadaThe Raiders are supposed to conduct training camp in Napa, but that could change.

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Arizona State graduate shares power of staying positiveStaying positive is very important for mental health during the pandemic.

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Financial Focus May 26, 2020: Rent and home prices during the pandemicIn today's Financial Focus, we have a check of the stock market and the stocks with ties to Las Vegas.

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Las Vegas teen goes on Make-A-Wish shopping spreeLocal seventeen-year-old Madelyn was diagnosed with cancer in August 2019. Since then, this athletically active teen has been sidelined, recovering from numerous biopsies and four rounds of chemotherapy to treat her critical illness.

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EDITORIAL: Gov. Steve Sisolak lifts more restrictions amid '35-day downward trend'In a prepared statement issued late Tuesday - following an abruptly canceled briefing and an aborted attempt at a videotaped message - the governor revealed that the next stage will include the opening of casinos as early as June 4.

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Nevada Will Reopen Bars, Gyms and Movie Theaters This FridayPhase 2, with restrictions, allows gyms, bars, malls and movie theaters to reopen.

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RGJ explains: Phase 2 of Nevada's reopening planGov. Steve Sisolak announced details of the state's Phase 2 reopening late Tuesday, which begins Friday.

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Nevada to reopen casinos June 4, welcoming tourists againNevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Tuesday night that he would allow casinos to reopen June 4, welcoming tourists to return to the glitzy gambling mecca of Las Vegas.

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VICTOR JOECKS: Churches, DOJ push back on Sisolak's discriminatory ban on worship servicesGov. Steve Sisolak's lockdown orders have been unconstitutionally discriminatory against places of worship. It's good to see churches and even the Department of Justice fighting back.

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CARTOON: Missing a few bricksReview-Journal editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a three-time winner of the Sigma Delta Chi Award.

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LETTER: Mail-in ballots work well — with safeguardsWhy do Nevada Democrats want to get rid of those precautions?

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LETTER: Coronavirus and the wonder of home-schoolingIn his May 21 commentary, John Stossel points out that studies have found "children who are home-schooled get much better academic and social results than kids in government schools."

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LETTER: Elon Musk and Tesla to Nevada?Elon Musk recently made comments about moving Tesla to Nevada or Texas. If he were in his right mind, he would run like hell from Nevada.

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Nevada gyms, movie theaters, churches can reopen Friday; casinos get OK for June 4The second phase of Gov. Steve Sisolak's blueprint for reopening the state's economy goes into effect Friday and includes steps for reopening casinos on the Las Vegas Strip and throughout the state on June 4...

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Nevada Governor Confirms June 4 Casino Reopening DateNevada Governor Steve Sisolak on Tuesday night gave the green light to the state's hotel and casino resorts to reopen June 4.

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DMV staff preparing for offices to reopenThe Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is preparing to reopen after shutting down March 16, but a reopening date has not been set.

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HHS delivering funds to expand COVID-19 testingThe Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday it is delivering $11 billion in new funding to support testing for COVID-19.

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Nye County tax sale goes to online formatThe Nye County treasurer's office will hold its first online tax-defaulted property sale on auction website Bid4Assets.com beginning May 31.

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Diners eager to get back to Red Rock Resort restaurantsGuests were temperature screened on arrival at Summerlin resort; restaurants enact safety measures.

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Coronavirus news: US deaths near 100,000 as LA opens Dodgers test siteEven as the U.S. nears 100,000 coronavirus deaths, states are continuing to reopen their economies.

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Tour de VegasThis Memorial Day weekend, I decided to drive to Vegas and go for a ride along the Strip.

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