STAFF BLOG TOP OF THE COUNTRY Beer Review #6
We are at the dawn of April, which means the doldrums of winter are largely behind us. We may get a freak blizzard or two, but hopefully not. The warm glow of spring is a good time to break out the su... Posted on 4/1/12 at 1:25 PM
STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Sierra Nevada Brewing
Here is some information on Sierra Nevada Brewing Greg Rixen from Happy Harry's Bottle Shop in Grand Forks talked about today on WDAZ News @5:
2010 marks 30 years of brewing for Sierra Nevada in Chi... Posted on 8/5/10 at 11:05 AM
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A bodybuilder who was shot in the head during a carjacking outside a Nevada casino — then drove herself to get help — was released from a Salt Lake City hospital just days after the shooting, which authorities said figured in a two-state crime spree.
TONOPAH, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Highway Patrol says three members of a Reno family were killed and a North Dakota man was badly hurt in a head-on crash that investigators believe was triggered by a blown tire on a two-lane highway about 10 miles north of near Tonopah.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A gunman wielding an AK-47 opened fire on a table of uniformed National Guard members at an IHOP restaurant on Tuesday in an outburst of violence that killed four people, wounded eight others and put Nevada's capital city on high alert as the shooter unloaded his assault rifle in a bustling business district.
Robert Hill's mind keeps returning to one image from the smoke-filled Amtrak passenger car: the elderly woman he tried, again and again, to coax down from the upper deck after he escaped the burning train.
"I was telling her to jump out the window, but she never did, and she went out of sight," said Hill.
Embattled Republican Sen. John Ensign of Nevada announced Thursday that he will resign amid an ongoing ethics investigation, a move that should spare him from the continued embarrassment of the closely watched probe.
"Exhaustees" or "99ers" — as they are sometimes called — are searching for work and help across the United States. But their situation seems particularly bleak in Nevada, where unemployment, bankruptcies and foreclosure rates are the highest in the nation and job creation is at a crawl.
A Nevada man who claims he was sexually abused by an Irish priest sued a diocese in southwestern Minnesota on Monday, saying it knew of past abuse allegations against the Rev. Francis Markey, and failed to warn parents or children.
, January 10, 2011
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