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  • ...wy 395]], the major north-south thoroughfare between [[Carson City]] and [[Reno]], and construction is underway at the north end on the [[I-580 Freeway]],
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  • ...he last federal judge was [[Bruce R. Thompson]] whose court was moved to [[Reno]], August 1965.
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  • ...which runs along the Virginia Range from [[Mound House]] in the south to [[Reno]] in the north.
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  • ...ific Railroad]] line was completed, this hauling was from Virginia City to Reno via the [[Geiger grade]] wagon road, for transfer to rail for delivery to p ...d. Rails were extended North across the Washoe valley, from Carson City to Reno, where it connects with the Central Pacific. Between Virginia City and Car
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  • ...between [[Virginia City]] and [[Carson City]]. Later it was extended to [[Reno]] to meet with the Central Pacific's [[Transcontinental Railroad]], and lat |''[[V&T Locomotive No 11: Reno|Reno]]''
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  • ...mpson was the last judge to preside in Carson City. The court was moved to Reno, August, 1965.
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  • The flight concluded in Reno that afternoon. Governor Boyle flew as a passenger in one of the planes on
    1 KB (210 words) - 14:07, 20 June 2012
  • ...he newly-completed [[Virginia & Truckee Railroad]] between Carson City and Reno.
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  • Reno architect [[George A. Ferris]] designed this neo-classical mansion, which c
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  • Garlic's Owner Frank Perez now owns the Polo Lounge in Reno, Nevada.
    8 KB (1,305 words) - 14:07, 20 June 2012
  • ...85% of the population residing in the metropolitan areas of Las Vegas and Reno. The state is well known for its easy marriage and divorce proceedings, ent
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  • ...and Truckee Railroad]] extended a branch line through the Washoe Valley to Reno, a station was built at Franktown.
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  • The locomotive arrived in Reno in early August 1869, and was dismantled and transported by wagon to Carson ...op]]. In 1889 the Lyon spent a few months at the Nevada Reduction Works in Reno, working as a stationary boiler providing steam power. After it was done th
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  • In 2002, Reno-based group New Millennium Dive Expeditions set a record for both Lake Taho
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  • ...he spoke at the [[Washoe County Courthouse]] and [[UNR]]. At 12:30 he left Reno, a mere five hours after arriving on the Eastern Slope.
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  • The locomotive arrived in Reno in August or September 1869, and was dismantled and transported by wagon to
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  • The locomotive arrived in Reno in September 1869, and was dismantled and transported by wagon to Carson Ci
    1 KB (232 words) - 14:13, 20 June 2012
  • ...cation was first publicly announced in April of 2004, along with stores in Reno and Sparks. Ground was broken in June, and the grand opening was held Octob
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  • ...both for residents of Carson and for visitors from [[Virginia City]] and [[Reno]].
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  • ...ic and getaway spot for residents of Carson City, [[Virginia City]], and [[Reno]].
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