Sugar Pine Music Festival a hit in Grass Valley

The first Sugar Pine Music Festival took place Oct. 19-22 at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley, California.

Veterans Services names deputy director of benefits

Lisa Maciel is a U.S. Air Force Reserve and Nevada National Guard veteran.

Don Laughlin, Colorado River resort town architect, dies

The namesake of a Southern Nevada town that he turned into a tourist destination was 92.

WinterWonderGrass announces 2024 lineup

Sierra Ferrell, The Devil Makes Three, The Infamous Stringdusters and Paul Cauthen headline the Tahoe festival.

Youngest readers scoring better, but overall academic process drops

Board members received an update on MAP assessment data and spring-to-spring trends related to Read by Grade 3.

Environmentalists warn of suit over snail near lithium mine

The Western Watersheds Project said the government’s failure to list the Kings River pyrg as a threatened or endangered species could push it to the brink of extinction.

Dueling primary, caucus split GOP candidates in Nevada

Nikki Haley, Mike Pence and Tim Scott file for the primary.

Pence joins Nevada Republican primary field

The former vice president will skip the Nevada caucuses run by the state Republican Party.

Report: Pilot confusion preceded Reno Air Races crash

The National Transportation Safety Board released a four-page report with some of the few details investigators have pieced together.

New name, same festival: Sugar Pine set Oct. 19-22

Sugar Pine Music Festival returns to the Nevada County Fairgrounds Oct. 19-22 in Grass Valley, Calif.

State Board of Ed worries ‘goal posts’ moving too far from proficiency

The Nevada Department of Education has released its school star ratings for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Court: Authorities can’t search slain Las Vegas reporter’s devices

Nevada’s shield law precludes Las Vegas police and prosecutors from going through Jeff German’s things.

Yerington men dead in Oct. 1 crash

Two Yerington men died on Oct. 1 in a crash on State Route 439 in Lyon County.

Nevada will have GOP presidential primary, caucus

Two presidential nominating contests are now scheduled over the span of three days in February.

Titus urges feds to fund high-speed Vegas train

Brightline and the Nevada Department of Transportation have jointly applied for a $3.75 billion grant from the Federal-State Partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail Grant program for a 218-mile rail line.