I’ve been reading a lot of old news lately. I mean really old. Because Nevada is coming up on its sesquicentennial year, I’ve spent hours in the State Library and Archives squinting at microfilm images of newspaper pages. Although I’m looking for particular stories, there’s no way to avoid the weird, curious or monumental articles that catch my eye. How could I possibly ignore a headline that reads, “One-Armed Bandit Out with Two-Armed Banditti”? It tells the story of an otherwise ordinary morning in 1944 at the Senator Coffee Shop in Carson City. “Out of this tranquil scene walked two …
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