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Politics meets testicles at annual Basque Fry in Nevada

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Politics meets testicles at annual Basque Fry in Nevada


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Department of Taxation Looking into Recreational Marijuana Distributor Shortage

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Department of Taxation Looking into Recreational Marijuana Distributor Shortage


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Tourists, locals buy Nevada's legal recreational marijuana

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First Day of Recreational Marijuana Sales in Nevada

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Nevada launches sales of legal recreational marijuana

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Tourists, locals buy Nevada’s legal marijuana

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Long lines greet Nevada’s legal recreational marijuana buys

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  • Politics meets testicles at annual Basque Fry in Nevada
    Politics meets testicles at annual Basque Fry in Nevada

    , usatoday.com

    One woman's red ant is another man's main course. The things humans eat are as varied as their cultures. Johnathan L. Wright/RGJ. RENO — If you’re going to undertake the tricky knife work to release lamb testicles from their sacs then thinly slice them, bread them and fry them in pans to serve as lamb fries to a gathering of political poohbahs, including Vice President Mike Pence, then you’ve got to begin well in advance
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Viagem

  • Tourists, locals buy Nevada’s legal marijuana
    Tourists, locals buy Nevada’s legal marijuana

    , detroitnews.com

    Las Vegas — Cheers and long lines of tourists and locals alike greeted the first day of sales of recreational marijuana on Saturday as Nevada became the fifth state with stores selling pot to the public in a market that is expected to outpace all others in the U.S. thanks to the millions of visitors who flock to Las Vegas each year
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Wildlife

  • Nevada’s Great Basin is America’s most underrated national park. Here’s why.
    Nevada’s Great Basin is America’s most underrated national park. Here’s why.

    , travelnevada.com

    GREAT BASIN NATIONAL PARK sees a fraction of the visitors of some of the country’s more famous parks — and that’s a great thing. The result is a better chance that you’ll have all those dark skies, fossils, land bridges, petroglyphs, and Nevada’s last remaining glacier all to yourself. In Great Basin, you’ll find ancient trees that had already been alive for thousands of years when a young William Shakespeare thought he might try his hand at play writing — or when some folks on Easter Island decided to build a few statues
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Marijuana

  • Long lines in Nevada as recreational marijuana goes on sale
    Long lines in Nevada as recreational marijuana goes on sale

    , kfor.com

    Fireworks, long lines and even a wedding marked the start of recreational marijuana sales in Nevada. At midnight Saturday, legal pot went on sale – making Nevada the eighth state to allow the purchase of marijuana in dispensaries. Nevada’s law lets adults 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of marijuana. The law was approved by voters in November 2016
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Drugs

  • Tourists, Locals Buy Nevada's Legal Recreational Marijuana
    Tourists, Locals Buy Nevada's Legal Recreational Marijuana

    , nbcconnecticut.com

    Cheers and long lines of tourists and locals alike greeted the first day of sales of recreational marijuana on Saturday as Nevada became the fifth state with stores selling pot to the public in a market that is expected to outpace all others in the U.S. thanks to the millions of visitors who flock to Las Vegas each year. Veteran consumers, first-timers, twenty-somethings and retirees were among those who defied triple-digit temperatures before they made it into stores across the Las Vegas area, some of which opened shortly after midnight and later provided free water, live music, valet parking and coveted promotions on their valuable product
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Conservation

  • President Obama Declares National Monuments in Nevada and Utah to Protect 1.65 Million Acres
    President Obama Declares National Monuments in Nevada and Utah to Protect 1.65 Million Acres

    , travelandleisure.com

    President Obama on Wednesday, a move that will protect more than 1.65 million acres of public lands from development. The newly designated 1.35-million-acre Bears Ears National Monument is located in San Juan County, Utah, near the Four Corners region, not far from Canyonlands National Park, and covers an area that is of historical significance to more than 25 tribes in the Southwest. The 300,000-acre Gold Butte National Monument is in
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Food & Drinks

  • Lawsuit: Dude ranch owner asked chef for ‘black people food’
    Lawsuit: Dude ranch owner asked chef for ‘black people food’

    , aurorasentinel.com

    RENO, Nev. | Madeleine Pickens wanted the African-American chef she recruited from the country club she owns in Southern California to cook “black people food” — not “white people food” — at her rural Nevada dude ranch and wild horse sanctuary, according to a federal lawsuit accusing her of racial discrimination. Armand Appling says the wealthy philanthropist and ex-wife of Oklahoma energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens told him fried chicken,
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Adventures

  • Reminder to Residents to Keep Pets Safe During Upcoming Holiday
    Reminder to Residents to Keep Pets Safe During Upcoming Holiday

    , ktvn.com

    Washoe County Regional Animal Services is urging pet owners to take precaution for the coming Fourth of July holiday, which is the busiest time of year for Animal Services. The 24-hour period on July 4 and 5, traditionally sees a sharp increase due to repercussions from fireworks and holiday festivities. “Fourth of July fireworks might be a tradition for your family, but they are not fun for your pets,” Shyanne Schull, Director of Washoe County Regional Animal Services
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