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RENO, Nev. (AP) — Residents have launched an effort to rename a southwest Reno park honoring a powerful 19th-century politician who had racist beliefs unbeknownst to most.
The City of Las Vegas said today that its 70 parks will remain open as it implements new cleaning procedures.
The city says it will send crews of five to 10 people to clean and disinfect what they call high-touch areas two times a day, every day.
Reno officials are looking at raising parks and recreation fees to help with the $2.7 million the city’s department needs to pay in raises to minimum wage employees in the coming years.
Southern Nevadans can embrace their inner child this month and enjoy arts and crafts, s’mores, and the great outdoors at a sleepaway camp just for adults.
The Trust for Public Land today released its annual ParkScore Index, rating park systems across the 100 largest cities in the U.S.
Hey, everyone, it’s a guy from Brumby! Reading Desert Companion! He’s in a picture on Facebook, reading our February edition — “Best of the City,” though surely you haven’t forgotten because how could you?