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San Manuel leader helps lead initiative to allow sports betting in Indian casinos
California’s secretary of state has approved signature gathering on petitions for an initiative that would allow sports betting in Indian casinos, an effort led by Kenneth R. Ramirez of the San Manuel Band of Missions Indians and other Southern California tribal leaders.
Most of you have seen images of the industrial-sized solar arrays promised to solve the existential threat of climate change. For those who haven’t, picture a desert vista: Big, blue sky; purple mountains all around; a vast valley covered with dizzying rows of black solar panels elevated a few feet off the ground. Look closely and you’ll see that the earth beneath the solar panels has been scraped, graded and sprayed with herbicide. The land’s natural washes are all filled in, too.
COVID in Context: Can sewage tip us off to the next case surge?
Looking at the graph of cases in Nevada, one state health official noted in a recent conversation with state lawmakers that there are "very, very early" indications of stabilization as the growth rate of new cases appears to be slowing down.
As pandemic drags on, Nevada college students feel financial squeeze
With no vaccines available, the pandemic shuttered much of the normal college experience — most of her classes were still largely online, club activities were limited and social events were held at one’s own peril.