According to a published story, Nevada’s primary state psychiatric hospital has transported over 1,500 mentally ill patients to cities across the nation by Greyhound bus over the last five years.
Thousands of miles of track once connected Nevada towns with the transcontinental railroads. From territorial days to modern times, at least 70 railroads operated in the state, both standard and narrow gauge. Built to move ore from mines to mills, the lines also carried freight and passengers.
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I bet you didn’t even know there is a new “Tiger Woods” golf game on the market. “Tiger” used to arrive with a roar every year. Now its arrival seems as quiet as a golf gallery.
Dress for Success, a group of volunteers committed to helping women along paths to professional and economic independence, raised funds with a reception and silent auction followed by “Springtime in Paris” luncheon and fashion show at Paris Las Vegas on April 5.
If you’ve never been to a Garbage Tree show, here’s what to expect: intricate instrumentation, heavy metal riffage and a mane of blond hair whipping you straight in the face.
Knelt down in a runner’s stance, eyes closed, mind clear, you’re only thinking about the race ahead, praying that it’s good and clean.
You can lead a 16-year-old kid to a 5k race, but you can’t make him run it.
Here are a few items in pop culture that caught our eye last week.