"I never did like going to San Francisco. I still don't. The traffic's horrible. The people are not as friendly. I mean, it's just not the lifestyle that I want to live in. I don't think that many of our Sparks residents want to live that life, either."
Sparks Mayor Ed Lawson
"Yes, it is the new normal. You know, 34 months in a row is quite a streak. In the last 12 months, or the calendar year 2023, we averaged $1.3 billion (a month) in gaming win. So if we were going to all-of-a-sudden miss $1 billion, we'd have to fall off by 23 percent." Mike Lawton, Gaming Control Board
"So it's there's lots of issues that we need to talk about and lots of negatives that we need to address and then evaluate whether it's better for the county or not." Clark County Chairman Tick Segerblom, speaking about Las Vegas' Formula One race.
"So we need to prevent that for the people of the state of Nevada, not for me personally. The last thing I want to do is be non-relevant through a legislative session, meaning that if I don't agree with some legislation, I can simply veto it and then it will be put back to the vote of the Legislature and they will just re-affirm the vote, their support of it." Gov. Joe Lombardo, speaking about a veto-proof Legislature if Democrats grab super-majorities in both houses of the 2025 session.
The deal includes 1,100 acre-feet of water rights and NV Energy has agreed to supply the Tract properties with two gigawatts of power, which is a massive amount since one gigawatt is enough to supply 750,000 homes.
Yes, we’re on the road again and its been quite entertaining so far. The Merry Band of 69’ers, 5 of my Sparks High School, planned this short trip to Nevada City when we were in the depths of six feet of snow and desperately wanted to be somewhere warm. We found it. We knew we were in the right place ...