Monthly Archives: September 2011

Creeped Out in the Kitchen

All I did was go into the station’s kitchen for some coffee. What I saw stopped me in my tracks and sent cold, sweaty chills racing through my body. After backing out of the doorway, I quickly made my way to … Continue reading

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Fort Ter-Waw Comes and Goes

Not much is left to be found of the many white establishments built during these times of growth and tumult. In fact any remnants of Fort Ter-Waw washed away with a minor flood that ravaged the banks of the Klamath … Continue reading

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Jumping Backwards

One of my favorite places to visit anytime we went on a track-meet in the Bay area was “Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum,” on Fisherman’s Wharf. When I first picked this up after having filed in a scrap-book for … Continue reading

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Trouble Comes in Threes

It seems northern Nevada cannot catch an even break this month. First a shooting in Carson City that left five dead and seven injured, followed by a plane crash at the Reno Air Race, which killed eleven and injured 69 people … Continue reading

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Reno Soldier Killed by IED

The Pentagon is confirming the death of a Reno soldier, killed in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Sgt. Timothy Sayne died September 18,2011 from injuries suffered after insurgents attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to … Continue reading

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Air Race Finality but No Closure

The city of Reno has released a new list of eleven people confirmed dead in last week’s air race crash at the Reno-Stead Airport. The Washoe County Medical Examiner’s Office has completed identification and notification to the following family members. … Continue reading

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Eleventh Air Race Death Confirmed

Authorities say an eleventh person has died from injuries received in Friday’s plane crash at the Reno Air Races. City spokesperson Michelle Anderson confirms James McMichael of Graham, Washington was killed at the scene. Officials have been testing body parts found in the … Continue reading

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