Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Short Prayer for a Fragile Life

Boots Wind Water Sky I wrote this, my shortest poem ever, some years ago, and Black Rock Press, a Reno arts press associated with the University of Nevada,...

North Tahoe celebrates its Olympians

North Tahoe/Truckee is known as a world renowned tourist destination that is often packed to the gills with visitors. But underneath the weekend crowds...

Education Will Be A Central Issue for Nevada Voters This Year

Typically a new year brings optimism, but so far, Americans are experiencing widespread malaise.  Covid’s unpredictable nature continues to pummel whatever hopeful outlook people...

Jobs of Tomorrow – Machine Learning

This report is part of a series reports by The Sierra Nevada Ally: Nevada Formulates Innovative Skills Training Programs for a 21st Century Workforce, produced...

Job training reimagined in Nevada

First in a series of reports by The Sierra Nevada Ally: Nevada Formulates Innovative Skills Training Programs for a 21st Century Workforce, produced in...

When “Organic” Means Inequality: A Tale of a Local Grocery Store

Earlier this month Raley’s in South Reno reopened with a fanfare celebrating their new O-N-E concept. Focusing on organic foods, Raley’s proclaimed, “We are...

Taking Justice Seriously

Opinion There are many events which tell us about ourselves. They are mirrors, so to speak. The world sees us, looking at the reflection. And...

WCSD might cut English classes for non-native speakers

When Dalila Estrada was 16, she moved with her family from Durango, Mexico to Truckee, California and enrolled as a junior at Truckee High...

Washoe County School District advances plan for anti-racist policies

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder and a summer of social unrest - both locally and nationally - the Washoe County School District...

Marching on

Teagan Serink will turn 17 this weekend, and her days revolve around music. As a junior at Damonte Ranch High School, she’s currently taking...