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Rock crushing plant in Verdi denied

Reno City Council members denied special use permits that would have allowed for a rock crushing plant in Verdi.

Lowell Fire reported to be 50 percent contained

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Ask Joe: Why is path near school off limits? 

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Trophy hunt sparks strong emotions 

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Schieve publicly apologizes for mishandling flag 

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