Nevada Correspondence


Elko Correspondence - December 2018

Elko Correspondence – December 2018

It is the Christmas season in Elko, and there are plenty of holiday events to take in. Below are a few of the favorites. Creche Display The Interfaith Christmas Creche display runs from November 29th though December 2nd. The exhibit is interdenominational, and all are welcome to come, enjoy, and participate. Admission is Free.The Exhibit is hosted inside the Elko Nevada West Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 3001 North 5th Street, Elko, Nevada ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - December 2018

Las Vegas Correspondence – December 2018

Diamond Jack is a meat and potatoes man. A real Nevadan. However, he knows that plant-based foods are finding a greater audience than ever before, and he has discovered Tacotarian, a 100% plant-based Mexican restaurant. Street tacos take center stage in the 40-seat restaurant with a dozen different variations, including Carne Asada made with wheat-based seitan, Barbacoa using mushrooms, Dorado with mashed potatoes, and Baja using battered avocado. You can also enjoy Frito Pie, house-made guacamole, burritos, nachos, and quesadillas ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - December 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – December 2018

LeAnn Rimes Will Visit the Edgewater International multi-platinum selling singer LeAnn Rimes will headline the Edgewater’s E Center on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. Globally the multi-award winner has sold more than 44 million units, and last year, she released her 16th studio album “Remnants.” Tickets start at $35. Rimes music career took off when she was young. At age 14, Rimes won “Best New Artist” making her the youngest recipient of a Grammy® Award. Out of her 42 ...
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North Lake Tahoe Correspondence - December 2018

North Lake Tahoe Correspondence – December 2018

North Lake Tahoe received its first snowfall on Thanksgiving, and it’s been dumping snow ever since! With five ski resorts already open and more on the way, many skiers and snowboarders have already gotten their first powder turns in -- which is practically unheard of for the beginning of December. But if being in the cold outdoors isn’t your thing, there is plenty to do indoors as well. The holiday period kicks off with Incline Village/Crystal Bay’s annual Northern Lights ...
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Pahrump Correspondence - December 2018

Pahrump Correspondence – December 2018

Discovery Park: A Heaven for Bird Lovers It's been three years now since Discovery Park became a park, and during that time the park has become a hot spot for birding. "The amount of birds in this area is growing every year," says Carol Cantino, President of the Pahrump Chapter of the Red Rock Audubon Society. The park is pretty much unlike any park in Pahrump because of its origins. In 1976, it was  established as a golf course known ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - December 2018

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – December 2018

The storm door swung open and in came the snow, just in time for the Thanksgiving weekend. Could this mark the start of a big winter? We’ll just have to wait and see if the snow continues to fall all winter long. But it’s very promising to get snow early; it gives everyone up here a positive feeling, because if the snow comes so will the people to fill the town and enjoy all the wintry activities Lake Tahoe has ...
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Sparks Correspondence - December 2018

Sparks Correspondence – December 2018

This December is kicking off in a big way, with many opportunities to get together and celebrate the season of giving. Hopefully you have an ugly sweater in your closet to participate in the Ugly Sweater Fun Run at Scheels, followed by a visit from Santa -- or wait until later in the month when you can wear it out in Victorian Square during the Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl. Besides hitting the town in your awful holiday wear, Sparks businesses ...
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Baker Correspondence - November 2018

Baker Correspondence – November 2018

Quiet Times Baker slows down tremendously in November, with many local businesses closed. The Great Basin Visitor Center is also closed, but the Lehman Caves Visitor Center in Great Basin National Park remains open year round. Cave tours are given daily at 1 p.m., with a 9 a.m. tour added on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Tours are limited to 20 people, with reservations available at Recreation.Gov. As snow falls, access to the higher elevations will be restricted. However, with a ...
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Carson Valley Correspondence - November 2018

Carson Valley Correspondence – November 2018

Minden-Tahoe Airport Aviation Roundup 2018 My husband and I were given two V.I.P. passes to “Aviation Roundup,” thanks to Carson Valley Visitors Authority.  While I have attended several “air shows” over the years, I have never had the opportunity to attend our Carson Valley event. The last airshow I attended was mediocre. Therefore I didn’t have high expectations for anything other than the famous Blue Angels Naval Aerobatics Team. So I thought the day would be at least worth it, ...
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Elko Correspondence - November 2018

Elko Correspondence – November 2018

Fall greetings from Elko. There is lots to do this month, and here are a few events that caught my eye. Cozy Cocktail Walk Get into the holiday spirit early this year with Cozy Cocktail Walk on November 10th. Grab your friends and enjoy touring a variety of downtown businesses while sampling a multitude of warm festive drinks, like hot buttered rum, boozy hot chocolate, spiced cider sangria, and hot toddies, just to name a few. Get an early jump ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - November 2018

Las Vegas Correspondence – November 2018

From Laughing to Bucking to Speeding, we’ll keep you entertained in Las Vegas! The Clark County Library is holding their 11th annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival on Saturday, November 3rd. The library is located at 1401 E. Flamingo Road (and Escondido St.), which is east of Maryland Parkway. This is a free event during the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The event is inside and outside, featuring established and new artists for all things comic. There will ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - November 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – November 2018

On the Road from Las Vegas to Laughlin: Laughlin This is Part 11 of a series. Read Part 1 (Searchlight), Part 2 (Cal-Nev-Ari), Part 3 (Laughlin), Part 4 (Laughlin), Part 5 (Laughlin),  Part 6 (Laughlin), Part 7,  Part 8 (Laughlin), and Part 9 (Laughlin), and Part 10 (Laughlin) The End of the Road? Not quite! Though Harrah’s Hotel & Casino is at the end of the Laughlin Strip, it is not the end of the road. We will be exploring ...
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North Lake Tahoe Correspondence - November 2018

North Lake Tahoe Correspondence – November 2018

The fall colors are popping in North Lake Tahoe right now, as the aspens turn an incredible shade of gold and other bushes and trees native to the Sierra turn a fiery shade of red. And although we’ve had a record number of bluebird sunny days in Tahoe, freezing temps are creeping in at night allowing some resorts to start making snow. For instance, Mt. Rose announced its earliest opening ever, covering a ski run with the white stuff for ...
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Pahrump Correspondence - November 2018

Pahrump Correspondence – November 2018

Geology Saved Spring Mountains From Mining Some of the more well known mines in Pahrump, like the Johnnie, the Labbie and the Congress, are pretty much close together. In fact, most of the largest mines in the  Pahrump Valey were all built at the northern end, even though legends like Breyfogle’s lost mine pointed to the nearby Spring Mountain Range. So why did the mining stop at the northern end of the Pahrump Valley? And why were the Spring Mountains ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - November 2018

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – November 2018

It has been a glorious autumn here at South Lake Tahoe.  Everywhere you look are pockets of turning Aspen and Willow trees just popping with bright yellow leaves, which are contrasted perfectly with the green Jeffrey Pines and Evergreens.  The lake is, as usual, a striking cobalt blue, and with boating season over, it’s not as busy, just Tahoe in its natural state. It’s the quiet time, before the snow flies and the town fills back up with eager winter ...
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Sparks Correspondence - November 2018

Sparks Correspondence – November 2018

November is a big month for Sparks as its beloved 13-year mayor Geno Martini retires and Mayor Pro Tempore Ron Smith takes over. Born and raised in Sparks, Martini was appointed to the City Council in 1999, was sworn in as mayor in 2005 after Tony Armstrong died in office, and was reelected to full terms in 2006, 2010, and 2014. He has been the City’s longest serving mayor. However, while Martini will be greatly missed, he is leaving the ...
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Elko Correspondence - October 2018

Elko Correspondence – October 2018

Fall is in the air, and there is lots to do in Elko this month while the weather is nice. Western Folklife Center Happenings The Western Folklife Center is presenting a new exhibition in the Wiegand Gallery -- Stitching Art: Contemporary Quilts and More. The exhibit is on display September 21 through December 8, 2018. Stitching Art showcases the quilts and collections of six fabric artists, who have taken great joy in honing stitching skills to create work that beautifully ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - October 2015

Las Vegas Correspondence – October 2015

Hairy or Scary? It's October in Vegas! o Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp The Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp will be held October 4th through the 7th at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay. If you are seriously into Rock, always dreamed of performing with a famous legend and wanted to record in a studio, the Recording Package for $2,500 should be on the top of your list. You will spend 8 hours recording a song with a band ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - October 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – October 2018

Willie Nelson Visits the E Center With a six-decade career and 200-plus albums, 85-year-old Texan Willie Nelson & Family will headline The E Center at the Edgewater on Friday, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $45. Nelson, who has earned every conceivable award as a musician and singer, has delivered more than 10 new albums in recent years. His newest album of Frank Sinatra tunes, called “My Way," just came out. The incredibly talented and prolific Nelson also ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - October 2018

Lincoln County Correspondence – October 2018

Annual Dutch oven cook-off pleases crowd Some of the over 200 people who attended the Dutch Oven Cook-Off at Cathedral Gorge State Park on Sept. 15 came from far away, without even knowing the event was going to take place. Such was the case with a man and his family from Texas and a woman on vacation from Italy. Park interpreter Dawn Andone reported about 20 cooks prepared 40 dishes broken into four categories for judging: bread, dessert, side dish ...
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South Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - January 2018

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – January 2018

It’s a nice, optimistic feeling to see people get excited for all the snow at Lake Tahoe when there is ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - December 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – December 2017

It’s a nice optimistic feeling to see people get excited for all the snow at Lake Tahoe when there is ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - November 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – November 2017

As Tom Petty said, the waiting is the hardest part; the late fall is filled with anticipation while people wait ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - October 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – October 2017

A What to expect when planning a trip to Lake Tahoe in the fall?  It’s a tough question, because there’s ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - September 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – September 2017

It felt as if every person on the planet visited Lake Tahoe this summer.  People from all walks of life ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - August 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – August 2017

The last big push of summer is upon us, and it’s been one hot summer all over the country.  The ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - July 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – July 2017

The Fourth of July lands on a Tuesday this year, and that means a four-day weekend. (Yay! )  Or why ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - June 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – June 2017

On one particular day in the month of May, my father and I went for the shakedown cruise on his ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - May 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – May 2017

Amazing what a difference a year makes!   Last year at this time the West was gripped by a severe ...
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South Lake Tahoe Correspondence - April 2017

South Lake Tahoe Correspondence – April 2017

Spring is in the air, and there is snow everywhere.  But the big thaw is underway, while the days get ...
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Elko

Elko Correspondence - September 2018

Elko Correspondence – September 2018

Outdoors in Elko County  There is plenty of summer left in September and here are a few of my ideas ...
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Elko Correspondence - August 2018

Elko Correspondence – August 2018

Summer Greetings from Elko! There is plenty going in the area, and here are a few activities to check out ...
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Elko Correspondence - July 2018

Elko Correspondence – July 2018

Summer greetings from Elko. There is plenty to see and do in Elko this month, including 4th of July Festivities ...
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Elko Correspondence - June 2018

Elko Correspondence – June 2018

Farmers Markets The Elko and Lamoille Farmers Markets are ready to get underway! The markets run from June -- October, ...
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Elko Correspondence - May 2018

Elko Correspondence – May 2018

Halleck Bar Party  The public is invited to the Annual party at the Northeastern Nevada Museum that starts at 6 ...
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Boulder City

Great Egret at Lake Mead

Boulder City Correspondence – December 2016

The Birds of Lake Mead Chirp, caw, quack, squawk, squeak, coo are parts of the cacophony of sounds performed in ...
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Boulder City is the Annual Art in the Park

Boulder City Correspondence – October 2016

Good Citizens The biggest event of the year in Boulder City is the Annual Art in the Park held downtown ...
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Alabama the Toilet-paper Man

Boulder City Correspondence – September 2016

A Walkable City & Alabam the Toilet-paper Man Everyone has seen something that looked like something but which they are ...
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Boulder City Correspondence - August 2016

Boulder City Correspondence – August 2016

Boulder City Lake Mead and Boulder City There would be no Boulder City without Lake Mead. Boulder City's was created ...
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Boulder City Correspondence - July 2016

Boulder City Correspondence – July 2016

Boulder City Boulder City 68th Annual Damboree 4th of July Celebration One of of the joys of Boulder City is scale. Unlike ...
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Reno

Reno Correspondence - July 2017

Reno Correspondence – July 2017

Reno: The Best Place to Live (and Play) When Erik and I were striving to create a home for ourselves, ...
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Reno Correspondence - August 2016

Reno Correspondence – August 2016

Reno Arrrrrg maytees! August 13th brings the Reno Pirate Crawl. For anyone who enjoys the night-life, and pirates, this should ...
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Reno Correspondence - June 2016

Reno Correspondence – June 2016

Reno Reno Street Food and More An experience that most people know all too well is the dreaded “Where do ...
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Virginia Street Bridge in Reno

Reno Correspondence – May 2016

Reno Whether you are a dedicated metal-head, or just an open mind seeking new forms of entertainment, Reno’s local metal ...
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Reno Ukelele Festival

Reno Correspondence – April 2016

Reno If you are planning to travel to Reno in the month of April, you picked the right month! There ...
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Carson City

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Baker

Baker Correspondence - December 2017

Baker Correspondence – December 2017

Need an excuse to get outside in December? Join your local Christmas Bird Count, and not only do you get ...
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Baker Correspondence - November 2017

Baker Correspondence – November 2017

November ushers in colder weather, but that doesn’t stop people from going out for the annual turkey shoot. We don’t ...
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Baker Correspondence - October 2017

Baker Correspondence – October 2017

With cooler temperatures and snow at the highest elevations, it’s clear that winter is on its way. Autumn, though, will ...
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Baker Correspondence - September 2017

Baker Correspondence – September 2017

A September is one of the most beautiful months to visit Baker and the surrounding area. With the cooler temperatures ...
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Baker Correspondence - August 2017

Baker Correspondence – August 2017

Life Returns to the Strawberry Fire Area It’s been a year since the Strawberry Fire, which burned over 4,000 acres ...
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Baker Correspondence - July 2017

Baker Correspondence – July 2017

Nevada's Last Glacier July is one of the busiest months in Baker, with hotel rooms, cave tours, and developed campgrounds ...
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Baker Correspondence - June 2017

Baker Correspondence – June 2017

Baker is busy in June! Fortunately, all the local businesses are up and running. One of the new offerings is ...
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Baker Correspondence - May 2017

Baker Correspondence – May 2017

The flowers are blooming, and you can enjoy them over a longer distance as the Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive in ...
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Baker Correspondence - April 2017

Baker Correspondence – April 2017

April is a wonderful month to be in Baker. Flowers are blooming, snow is melting up in the mountains, and ...
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Baker Correspondence - February 2017

Baker Correspondence – February 2017

Lehman Caves Lint and Restoration Camp It’s winter, which means visitation is low, despite a record-breaking 130,000 visitors to Great ...
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Carson Valley

Upper Sweetwater Canyon

Carson Valley Correspondence – June 2016

Carson Valley Hike of the Month In under an hour's drive from Carson Valley lies a most majestic, surprising and ...
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Carson Valley Correspondence - May 2016

Carson Valley Correspondence – May 2016

Carson Valley With the warming weather, Carson Valley's activity calendar is really ramping up! There are two iconic event series kicking ...
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Jobes Peak Trail hiking

Carson Valley Correspondence – April 2016

Winter returned to us in March, after an incredibly warm and dry February. But alas, spring is inevitable, and all critters, humans ...
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Carson Valley Correspondence - February 2016

Carson Valley Correspondence – February 2016

Carson Valley Dangberg Ranch If you have any interest in the history of the Carson Valley or western agriculture, the Dangberg ...
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Mustangs in East Carson Valley

Carson Valley Correspondence – January 2016

Carson Valley Bighorn Sheep Outing at Walker Lake As enamored as we are with the Carson Valley, we looove us a good ...
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River Fork Ranch trail

Carson Valley – Correspondence – December 2015

Carson Valley We think the Carson Valley this time of year is the best place on Earth. The grasses with ...
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Tuscarora

Wild Horses - Tuscarora

Tuscarora – Correspondence – September 2015

Tuscarora If you missed the Elko County Fair Labor Day weekend you missed seeing Tuscarora-Independence Valley cowboys and cowgirls compete ...
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Tuscarora 4th of July Parade

Tuscarora – Correspondence – August 2015

Tuscarora We think this was the 17th Annual Fourth of July parade in Tuscarora, but nobody knows for sure. This ...
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Tuscarora – Correspondence – July 2015

Tuscarora – Correspondence – July 2015

Tuscarora Summer hours for Society Hall, the Tuscarora community center, are Saturday and Sunday  11:00-2:00. (Maintained by the Friends of ...
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Railfanning

Union Pacific locomotives near Weso

Railfanning Correspondence – December 2015

Railfanning in Weso This month's railfan dispatch is all about watching trains in Weso, Nevada.  Wait, where? If you try ...
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Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence - June 2017

Las Vegas Correspondence – June 2017

The calm before the explosions Ramping up to the explosive month of July, it’s nice to calm things down a ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - May 2017

Las Vegas Correspondence – May 2017

It’s not easy driving through Las Vegas when you’re hungry and you’re looking for something besides another half-pound double cheeseburger ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - April 2017

Las Vegas Correspondence – April 2017

You never know what you'll find in Las Vegas -- so enjoy! On April 1st and 2nd, the Silver State ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - March 2017

Las Vegas Correspondence – March 2017

Diamond Jack's Picks for March If you come up with an idea in Las Vegas and it’s an idea that ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - February 2017

Las Vegas Correspondence – February 2017

Las Vegas Romance?  Maybe not! It’s heart month, and what could be more warming then getting together with your significant ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - January 2017

Las Vegas Correspondence – January 2017

Inside Las Vegas Since the weather outside in January could still be a little frightful in Las Vegas, it is ...
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Magical Forest at Opportunity Village Christmas

Las Vegas Correspondence – December 2016

Diamond Jack loves great art, and that includes LEGO art. Through Dec. 30 at The Park (on the Strip between ...
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Seasons Market, Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – November 2016

Visit Suburban Las Vegas in November What should you do on Thanksgiving before getting tremendously overstuffed on that bird with ...
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Witches House, Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – October 2016

A Is there anything better than a steak and a sublime glass of Scotch? I can answer that question: no, ...
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Siegried & Roy’s Tiger Cubs Celebrated Their First Birthday

Las Vegas Correspondence – September 2016

Welcome to beautiful, cool and relaxing Las Vegas! The SPE Wacky World of Sports is being held on Saturday, 9/17/16, ...
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Lamoille Canyon

Elko Correspondence – August 2016

Elko Exploring Elko County’s History -- Aspen Tree Carvings The back roads of Elko County are perfect for exploring in ...
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Neon Museum Fossil Welcome to Las Vegas Watch

Las Vegas Correspondence – August 2016

Las Vegas Topgolf plus Blackjack at The El Cortez Diamond Jack doesn’t golf anymore. After several years of chasing the ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - July 2016

Las Vegas Correspondence – July 2016

Las Vegas Star-Spangled Banner Weekend in Las Vegas There are so many places to go for free entertainment during the ...
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The Park in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Correspondence – June 2016

Las Vegas The Park Diamond Jack was born and raised in Kansas City, MO, and he knows parks. Kansas City ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - May 2016

Las Vegas Correspondence – May 2016

Las Vegas No May showers for this bunch of festivals! We started with a few festivals in our April edition ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - April 2016

Las Vegas Correspondence – April 2016

Las Vegas Bound at the Cromwell & Minus5 Ice Bar There is always something new to be learned, and I ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - March 2016

Las Vegas Correspondence – March 2016

Las Vegas March is Sports month in Las Vegas! Let March Madness begin! March is the true beginning of the ...
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Las Vegas Correspondence - February 2016

Las Vegas Correspondence – February 2016

Las Vegas Beer Park by Budweiser Beer Park by Budweiser at Paris Hotel is another reason why there is only ...
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Yoga with dolphins

Las Vegas Correspondence – January 2016

Las Vegas In Las Vegas, It's That Time of Year for ... Exercise! Sure, you could go to the fitness ...
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Las Vegas - Correspondence - December 2015

Las Vegas – Correspondence – December 2015

Las Vegas In some parts of our glorious state, there is snow, sleet, hail and rain. In Las Vegas, there ...
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Mesquite

Mural on Golden West Casino Restaurant in Mesquite, NV

Mesquite – Correspondence – August 2015

Mesquite Stop In and Step Back in Time! No town has a more intriguing and lovable museum than Mesquite!   The ...
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Hiking in Mesquite

Mesquite – Correspondence – July 2015

Mesquite Mesquite has opened  its brand-new splash pad in Hafen Park (450 Hafen Lane) just in time for the summer ...
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Tonopah

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Ely

Ely Correspondence - June 2017

Ely Correspondence – June 2017

Ely's Great Bathtub Race at Cave Lake Ely has a history of creating off the wall events, and one of ...
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Ely Correspondence - May 2017

Ely Correspondence – May 2017

Ely’s Open Road Race Twice a year Ely hosts an open road race where anyone who enters can run 90 ...
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Ely Correspondence - April 2017

Ely Correspondence – April 2017

Ely Art Bank Adds New Exhibit The Ely Art Bank will host an open house on April 1 for its ...
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Ely Correspondence - March 2017

Ely Correspondence – March 2017

Ely and White Pine County: Full of History During its past, Ely was a mining town.  In the 1870s and ...
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Ely Correspondence - February 2017

Ely Correspondence – February 2017

Ely's Nevada Northern Railway Photo Shoot The whistle from the steam engine echoes across the valley as the white, puffy ...
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Ely Correspondence - January 2017

Ely Correspondence – January 2017

Fire and Ice Festival Snow and Ice Sculpture Competition Cave Lake State Park is the location for the Snow and ...
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Lehman Cave mural, Ely, NV

Ely Correspondence – December 2016

Ely Adds Two New Murals This summer saw the addition of two murals to the outdoor art that tells the ...
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The Polar Express of Ely brings the story to life

Ely Correspondence – November 2016

Ely Celebrates the Christmas Holiday The small hometown of Ely begins the holiday season Thanksgiving weekend and then offers a ...
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Halloween in Ely

Ely Correspondence – October 2016

Halloween in Ely A Ely celebrates the fall harvest and Halloween in a variety of ways, all designed to take ...
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Mount Moriah

Ely Correspondence – September 2016

Great Basin College Fall Field Trips Two field trips are being offered by the Great Basin College during the Fall ...
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Lincoln County

Lincoln County Correspondence - March 2018

Lincoln County Correspondence – March 2018

Pioche Fire House added to National Register of Historic Places Add another building to the National Register of Historic Places ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - February 2018

Lincoln County Correspondence – February 2018

Famed Million Dollar Courthouse jail maybe not so secure When you come to visit in Lincoln County sometime, plan to ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - January 2018

Lincoln County Correspondence – January 2018

E.T. Highway and E.T. Jerky “Calling occupants of interplanetary craft!” Well, it’s better than the "CQ, CQ" call we used ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - November 2017

Lincoln County Correspondence – November 2017

Volleyball player coached by grandmother Not too many players have the circumstance to be coached in their high school careers ...
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Lincoln County Correspondence - October 2017

Lincoln County Correspondence – October 2017

Park to Park Pedal Time to get after it again. The 2017 annual Park to Park Pedal, sponsored by the ...
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Silver City

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Wendover

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Virginia City

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Gold Point

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Laughlin

Laughlin Correspondence - September 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – September 2018

On the Road from Las Vegas to Laughlin: Laughlin This is Part 9 of a series. Read Part 1 (Searchlight), ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - August 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – August 2018

Sugar Ray Will Liven Beach Party at Harrah's The Beach Party Concert Series at Harrah’s will come to an end ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - July 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – July 2018

On the Road from Las Vegas to Laughlin: Laughlin This is Part 7 of a series. Read Part 1 (Searchlight), ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - June 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – June 2018

Aquarius Holds Colorado River Chef's Food Fest The Colorado River Chef’s Food Fest will be held in the Pavilion Ballroom ...
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Laughlin Correspondence - May 2018

Laughlin Correspondence – May 2018

On the Road from Las Vegas to Laughlin: Laughlin This is Part 5 of a series. Read Part 1 (Searchlight) ...
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Sparks

Sparks Correspondence - September 2018

Sparks Correspondence – September 2018

Aug. 29-Sep. 8 - Nugget Best in the West Rib Cook-Off Sparks rolls into September with the annual Best in ...
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Sparks Correspondence - August 2018

Sparks Correspondence – August 2018

This summer is all about Hot August Nights (and Days) in Sparks The 32nd annual classic car event kicks off in ...
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Sparks Correspondence - July 2018

Sparks Correspondence – July 2018

Summer is in full force in Sparks with a lot going on during the day and night, especially in Victorian ...
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Sparks Correspondence - June 2018

Sparks Correspondence – June 2018

I had the pleasure of meeting fellow NevadaGram contributors David Toll and Dana Nollsch in Sparks a couple of weeks ...
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Sparks Correspondence - May 2018

Sparks Correspondence – May 2018

This month is all about concerts, comics, cuisine, comedy, and craft beers in Sparks. Now that the flowers are starting ...
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Hawthorne

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Eureka

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