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TRENT DOLAN

130 years ago

Many papers over the state are rendering themselves ridiculous now by announcing any Tom, Dick and Harry as candidates for some state offices without the remotest authorization to do so. He believes its his special mission to render others as ridiculous or miserable as his pen can make them.

100 years ago

A wind storm that swept through here last night sent a shower of fruit to the ground, blew down many branches and tangled the electric wires. It was followed by a light shower.

70 years ago

Fifty tons of metal, over half of it select cast iron, has been moved out of the Nevada state prison into war industries. It was interesting to see what was being loaded, long secluded in prison yards. First to be loaded was an old crusher, vintage 1870 or earlier.

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50 years ago

Soviet astronaut Pavel Popovich described one interesting experiment with a bottle of water. When a bottle of water has an empty spot in space, no matter how hard you shake the bottle, the sphere of air is always in the middle.

20 years ago

Nevada taxable sales increased 6.4 percent during June, the biggest monthly jump since the recession started in November, 1990.

10 years ago

To preserve jobs, Kmart stores are slashing schedules for workers in the Carson store, shifting full-time workers to part-time.

• Trent Dolan is the son of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.