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On the trail: Can a Democratic senator find rural support in 2022? 

Rural voters could still prove pivotal in an election that remains within the polling margin of error, with a strong — or weak — rural performance changing the dynamics in urban Clark or Washoe counties. 

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Pyramid Lake

Nevada tribes roll through vaccine process, feel hopeful for the future

The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe is one of many tribes around the state and country moving quickly through the vaccine rollout process, opening appointments and eligibility to the general tribal population 18 and over. There are more than 2,000 enrolled members of the tribe in Northern Nevada.

The Legislature on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020 during the third day of the 32nd Special Session in Carson City.

Judge rules against rural county lawsuit seeking halt to mining tax hike proposals

Carson City District Court Judge James Wilson issued the order on Thursday, striking a blow against efforts led by rural Nevada counties and Nevada Gold Mines to disqualify the proposed constitutional amendments. If any of the measures pass during the 2021 legislative session, they would proceed to the 2022 ballot for consideration by voters.

Lawyers battle over lawsuit seeking halt to mining tax hike proposals

Carson City District Court Judge James Russell said on Thursday that he’ll take the request to halt the proposed constitutional amendment under advisement, after attorneys representing the Legislature, secretary of state, mining companies and a handful of small rural counties spent nearly three and a half hours locked in oral arguments.

Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness: How rural Nevada is grappling with COVID-19

Much of COVID-19 transmission in rural Nevada happens in private settings where individual choices about how to gather and whether to wear a mask are responsible for new infections. It’s a problem facing the entire country but one uniquely challenging in the rural West where freedom is precious, mistrust of government runs high and hospital beds are scarce.

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