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Nevada lawmakers vote 4-2 to end government shutdown

Nevada lawmakers who voted Wednesday for a bill to end the government shutdown and avert debt default expressed relief if not enthusiasm that the crises had been shelved, even if only for a few months.

Local committee’s solution will keep water flowing

I’ve been a resident of Southern Nevada since 1979 and have seen our community grow from 400,000 people back then to around 2 million today.

Don’t pass the buck: Deer hunt fun, even without tag

“Doug, hold still!” While still a whisper, Paul’s command was emphatic and left no doubt he finally had seen what we were looking for: a mule deer buck. It was shortly after 8 a.m. on the third day of Nevada’s early deer season and in roughly the same place where we had seen a group of four small bucks on opening day.

Fishing report, Oct. 17, 2013

■ LAKE MEAD — No report. The Lake Mead National Recreation Area remains closed due to the federal government shutdown.

‘Sister Act’s’ music will make you a believer

In the often cursed genre of movies-turned-musicals, “Sister Act” doesn’t exactly merit a “hallelujah” chorus, but it more than deserves an “amen.” Or two.

McDonald serves slice of award-winning ‘secret’ life

They didn’t know she could sing. That’s what Audra McDonald’s fans emailed and tweeted after she hit the concert trail following a four-season run on ABC’s “Private Practice.”

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