"Nevada doesn't know Adam from Adam, cause he ain't from around here."
The U.S. government is shutdown and the partisan blame game has already started. Sifting through the spin and B.S. can be tough, but thankfully the Nevada Ledger is here to give you a quick rundown in 2 minutes of your time. Let’s recap the facts: Trump wants help for DREAMers in the bill. Donald TrumpREAD MORE
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just voted to remove Net Neutrality regulations from the internet. Net Neutrality keeps the internet running smoothly for everyone, and keeps costs down. Removing these regulations will allow a handful of large internet service providers to pick winners and losers by charging more money for faster internet service and moreREAD MORE
Good news for the residents of Clark County Commission District E today! They may be losing a great commissioner with Chris Giunchigliani running for governor, but now they have Senator Tick Segerblom running to replace her on the commission. “I’m running to improve quality of life for Southern Nevadans,” said Segerblom. “Clark County has enjoyedREAD MORE
First posted on the Ramirez Group blog. In prior posts I have been critical of Chancellor (Boss) Dan Klaich’s leadership of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). Needless to say, powerbrokers in Carson City and Reno were not happy. As a consequence, I was the recipient of requests by guardians of the status quoREAD MORE
I admit that when you’re looking down at the ground from thousands of feet up through your aircraft window, things tend to appear beautiful. But even that knowledge cannot prepare you for the stunning beauty sprawling underneath you as your aircraft starts to descend into Nevada. Vast stretches of arid land, majestic mountains and psychedelicREAD MORE