Letters to the Editor

Letters of the Fall

Wildlife Commission ignored science The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners met in November, in part, to consider a ban on wildlife killing contests (RN&R, Nov. 7). Rather than do the sensible, popular, and humane thing […]

City life

Talking turkey at Rancho park

Chloe Peterson, 9, was thrilled to have a close encounter with a live turkey, but remains pragmatic about their role in the coming holiday. “Today we pet them,” Chloe said. “On Thanksgiving we eat them.” […]


Abortion-access advocates mobilize

If the U.S. Supreme Court next year overturns the decades-old abortion protections established under the landmark Roe v. Wade case, Nevada’s abortion-rights law will remain in force. But that doesn’t mean the Silver State’s pro-choice […]


Telling stories of the sagebrush

When a newspaper reporter pulls back the curtain surrounding events and public policy to tell readers what’s going on behind the scenes, threats often follow. “Sometimes you get death threats, sometimes people want to beat […]

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