A Nevada internet provider won a $27 million federal grant to bring high-speed internet to technologically underserved Lovelock, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday in a swing through Reno.
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In the wake of their battle for equal access to the polls, the Walker River Paiute Tribe has been disappointed by low turnout during early voting — a trend seen across the state so far during the primary.
Nearly 60 percent of nearly 5,000 votes tabulated in the special election voted against the measure proposing the Elko County School District take out $150 million in general obligation bonds for capital improvement funding.