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Letters to the Editor

January/February 2017 Issue

Fallon, July 4, 1923

Fallon, July 4, 1923

You have one fine publication and as a subscriber I thoroughly enjoy it. I have been a resident since 1950. The history of Nevada, particularly mining, has always been of interest. Recently while sorting some memorabilia, I came across this photo and thought it might be useful. — Larry Hall, Sparks

We enjoyed the photo of your team and you do a great job on the magazine. And to Eric, in particular, as the only fella on staff… Be mighty careful, and watch your step.” — Edith and John Bozman, Baltimore, Md.005x_nvmagjf2017

I’m a subscriber and I loved every page. Thank you for the enjoyment of this magazine. — Jeane Thomas, Lund

Keep up the excellence with Nevada Magazine. My entire family reads it, then we plan our mini-vacations. — Nevada “Wannabe” Al Minster, Camarillo, Calif.

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To read more letters to the editor from 2016, visit Letters to the Editor – 2016

To read more letters to the editor from 2015, visit Letters to the Editor – 2015

To read more letters to the editor from 2014, visit Letters to the Editor – 2014


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  1. Kay Henderson says: -#1

    Your magazine just keeps getting better and better. This is just a question. Are articles from current and previous issues of Nevada Magazine available on this website? If so, how to I access them? Thanks!

    • Hi Kay. Thank you for the very nice comment! Many of our stories are on the website. You can use the search bar near the bottom of the home page, or it is located at the top of any of the “inside” pages. If there’s a particular story you’re looking for and can’t find it, please let me know! –Megg

  2. Timothy Hoover says: -#1

    I have enjoyed reading Nevada Magazine for many years. Your articles and photography capture so much that characterizes the Silver State. However, I haven’t seen any articles about an environmental disaster that is occurring in our wonderful state: the murder of Walker Lake. To be sure, I haven’t read every issue of the magazine so I could be in error for writing that there are no articles. This beautiful sister of Pyramid Lake has dropped 182 feet since the Walker River was grossly over-allocated for crops that need a lot of water upstream. Some water rights have been legally purchased due the efforts of Senator Reid and the Walker Lake Working Group. The Walker Lake Crusaders work hard to keep this travesty in the news. I understand that Nevada Magazine is published by the state and the state seems to be turning a cold shoulder to this desert jewel. How about it? Please publish article about Walker Lake.

  3. I would like to see more diversity in the magazine and especially the Historical Calendar.

  4. Congratulations to Ms. Mueller as the new Managing Editor of Nevada Magazine! I loved the Alien Cowboys on your first issue! I read it cover to cover, not even minding how homesick it made me for Nevada!

  5. Bobbi Stokes says: -#1

    Just purchased the Nevada Magazine for July & August-we were thrilled to see TJ Browns picture-Rain on the Rails.He is a fine photographer and hope to see more of his work in your magazine. Thanks, Bobbi Stokes

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