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FEB 04, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Dad says Nevada holdout learned government distrust from him

Dad says Nevada holdout learned government distrust from him (AP) — The 73-year-old father of one of the four holdouts at the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon says Jeffrey Banta may have learned his distrust of the U.S. government from him growing up hunting and fishing in the wide-open of spaces of rural northern Nevada. Willard ...

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FEB 03, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Washoe County School District kicks off e-book giveaway

SPARKS, Nev. (AP) — The Washoe County School District is introducing a new campaign that will provide its students with e-books. The campaign is part of California-based app developer Ustyme's Billion E-book campaign, which allows registered users to download books in English or Spanish for free. District officials announced on Tuesday that students have access to 50 books online. Organizers ...

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JAN 29, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Saving the dreams of homeless kids

LAS VEGAS (AP) — In the time it took for her older brother to drive to the store and back, Dessirae went from sitting on her bed doing homework to being battered, bruised and thrown out of her home. Dessirae's laptop and homework lay scattered in pieces on her bedroom floor. [...] Dessirae's younger brother and sister watched as Dessirae's ...

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JAN 28, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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State wants costs of freezing school choice program covered

(AP) — Nevada officials want a group that's suing over the state's new school choice program to cover the costs of putting the program on hold. The program lets parents claim more than $5,000 in state education funds each year for private school tuition.

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