I won’t drag out that crusty joke about having to go to the airport to find a good surgeon in Las Vegas (nyark nyark!), but it seems to elbow itself into the conversation any time you talk about the state of health care in Nevada.
Boor’s great-grandfather, a third-term Nye County sheriff, was gunned down under mysterious circumstances in 1906. Her book, Logan, explores that incident, recreating his life, as well as the explosive trial that followed his killing.
From the charter-bus lots and welding shops to the boutiques selling clothing for strip-club performers, the aptly named Industrial Road serves the city’s industrial needs. It encompasses the past and future of the city, with some of the oldest and newest businesses operating near Downtown.