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The 10 best college towns of 2019, according to a new report

College in the United States is expensive, in no small part because American students often choose to move away from home and live on, or near, campus. These costs of living can contribute to the financial struggles college students face. One study found that 36% of college students are considered food and housing insecure, meaning they do… Keep Reading


  By Associated Press | Posted: Sun 5:16 PM, Apr 22, 2012 RENO, Nev. (AP) – Astronomers say a loud explosion heard across a large swath of Nevada and California on Sunday morning was likely caused by a meteor. The sound of the explosion around 8 a.m. prompted a flood of calls to law enforcement agencies on both… Keep Reading

Nevada travel alerts in advance of winter driving

NDOT reminds motorists to sign up for 511- Nevada travel alerts in advance of winter driving NDOT News Release CARSON CITY — With winter driving coming in the months ahead, the Nevada Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to sign up for e-mail and text alerts for their own frequently-traveled state routes. Launched in 2006,… Keep Reading

New Pool in Reno Opened

After being vandalized in mid-March 2017, Traner Pool has officially reopened after $1.2 million in repairs and upgrades. The pool would be paid for by a unique combination of private donations (for the construction) and city funds (for facility management and maintenance). The city is partnering with Sierra Nevada Community Aquatics, a local nonprofit, to plan… Keep Reading

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