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Banding project helps track bird populations

The 2013 waterfowl season got off to a good start with local hunters bagging limits of resident birds and some early migrants, but the action slowed quickly as those birds moved out and balmy temperatures lingered over Southern Nevada. This has waterfowl hunters hoping that a weather front will come in from the northwest and begin pushing a few ducks and geese our way.

Washoe County school tax measure dies without a vote

A proposal to raise money for Washoe County school repairs went down in defeat without a vote after a majority of county commissioners said they couldn’t support it.

Fishing report, Nov. 14, 2013

■ LAKE MEAD — Cooler nights have dropped the water temperature around the lake, and with that fishing for smallmouth and largemouth bass has slowed. Some anglers still are having success by trolling with divers in water no deeper than 20 feet or casting squarebills and Texas-rigged worms. Striped bass seem to be holding in deeper water. Those who are catching fish are reeling in ones mostly in the 2- to 3-pound range.

UCSB shows Rebels, Rice how to play, coach

In the second game of a third season under its current coaching staff, with what has been lauded as the best basketball team Dave Rice has featured at UNLV, this is today’s reality: The Rebels on Tuesday night were dominated by UC Santa Barbara out of the Big West Conference.

Decency still part of Modified racing

Guys helped each other out during the flatbed trailer era of auto racing. It wasn’t so cutthroat then, and you could walk around the pits with a pack of Marlboros rolled up in the sleeve of your T-shirt, and nobody said anything. This is why I think Tom Pfundstein could have raced in those days.

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