Kyler Klix

Entertainment and Outdoor Reporter | Page Designer

With Nevada News Group since 2016

Phone: +17752835518

Email: kklix@nevadanewsgroup.com

Job duties:
I do news pagination for all the Nevada News Group publications. I also write about hiking and entertainment in the area.

About me:
I moved to Nevada in 2016 and started working at the newspaper in February 2016. I grew up in the Finger Lakes region of New York and went to college at SUNY Plattsburgh near the Adirondacks. I now live in Dayton and enjoy hiking and going to live music events.

2023 Nevada Press Association Awards
• First Place General Excellence – Lahontan Valley News
• First Place Page One Design — The Record-Courier
• Second Place General Excellence – Nevada Appeal
• Second Place Page One Design — Lahontan Valley News
• Second Place in Entertainment Feature Story
• Third Place Page One Design — Nevada Appeal

Recent Stories

Qiensave brings colorful cumbia to Carson City

“You can’t fight that beat. Once it starts pounding away and dropping — it starts with the tapping, then it moves up to your hips ,then you know it’s going from dancing to full on noodling.”

High Sierra Music Festival’s future uncertain; co-producer shares thoughts

He said it was the lightest crowd that they’ve seen pretty much ever in Quincy and heat was a big factor.

RECAP: It was a hot one at High Sierra Music Festival

The festival was the hottest High Sierra on record in Quincy with an average of 100.3 degrees over the four days, according to the National Weather Service.

Van Goat brings ‘swing punk’ to BAC on Saturday

“I think one of the best things about our band is you can look at any one of us during a show and be thoroughly entertained.”

The Urban Renewal Project ready to rock Carson City

Big band brings a big party to free concert series

“We talk about Carson City all the time as one of the best audiences we’ve ever had the opportunity to play for."

Quincy’s High Sierra Music Festival features 50 bands

The family-friendly festival, set for July 4-7, has camping, food trucks, merchandise vendors and more.

Free BAC Concert Series kicks off with Adrian and Meredith

The free concert kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. at the corner of King and Minnesota streets with opening band The Kilowatt Hours.

Nevada445 and Hale Mari bring a taste of music to Taste of Downtown

As a complete part of any balanced diet, Taste of Downtown also includes live music to help satisfy your palette of entertainment. Your choices on the menu include Top 40 and classic rock with Hale Mari, or you can enjoy Nevada 445 and its blend of country music. There will be two stages both on Carson Street, with both bands playing simultaneously about 0.3 miles away from each other, so there isn’t any noise interference. The music runs from 5:30 to 10 p.m. with a couple of breaks for the bands.

REVIEW: Gardnerville’s Backcountry Festival a hit with fans

Corley Ranch was filled with cowboy boots and hats May 31 to June 2 as Backcountry Festival took place for its second year.

Fossils, history and nature: A trip to Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park

Take a trip to the remote wilderness to see the largest concentration of ichthyosaur fossils in the world and check out the ghost town of Berlin.

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Photos and Designs by Kyler

David Margulies poses for a photo at High Sierra Music …

Bombino performs on the Grandstand Stage at High Sierra Music …

Bombino performs on the Grandstand Stage at High Sierra Music …

Handmade Moments (Anna Moss, Joel Ludford) perform on the Vaudeville …