May – June 2019
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS ISSUE
Continuing the gushing, I will say this is one fantastic issue. Our history stories offer fascinating looks at Nevada’s only national memorial and another installment of Nevada’s dastardly desperadoes. Find the memorial story starting on page 42, and the outlaws are waiting for you on page 28.
We head south for a look at a new restaurant in the tiny community of Blue Diamond (read that on page 22), and on page 34, the latest trends in Las Vegas weddings are revealed.
Ghost towns and True Grit are both back, each with some fascinating insights into the Silver State and its residents. Ghost towns start on page 64 and the story of Lovelock is on page 80. We also have a very special feature on the Reno Rodeo turning 100 this year. Read about it on page 72.
Odyssey of a Ghost Town Explorer: Part 9
Personally Perfect Weddings
Nevada's Only National Memorial
2019 Silver State Scavenger Hunt
Reno Rodeo Turns 100
True Grit: Lovelock
Only In Your State: Fly Geyser
Cottonwood Station Eatery
Yesterday: Nevada Mines Yield Great Wealth
Iconic Las Vegas Sign Turns 60