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Higher education: Fight for rural funding begins

Protecting Nevada's small rural campuses will be a large part of the discussion over the university system's budget this session, Chancellor Dan Klaich said after hearings Friday.He said there is mitigation money in the proposed budget to protect Great Basin College, which serves counties across Northern Nevada, and Western Nevada College, which serves Carson City, Douglas and Churchill counties and western Nevada.But at least two rural lawmakers, Sen. Pete Goicoechea, R-Eureka, and Tom Grady, R-Yerington, made it clear they don't think that is enough.To keep those two campuses financially whole would require an additional $7.4 million during the biennium.Goicoechea said …

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