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A lesson about not backing the wrong person

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California lottery
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Saturday, Oct. 10 drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $17 million.

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Prisoner at Pahrump facility 1st known inmate in Nevada to die of coronavirus
A 29-year-old federal prisoner has become the first known incarcerated person in Nevada to die of the coronavirus, according to the federal public defender’s office.

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Pahrump, 5 towns and cities in full compliance with state mandates
Pahrump’s observed businesses were all in compliance with the state’s COVID-19 health and safety guidelines in early October.

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Extension town halls to focus on interpreting business data
Finding and interpreting market research and other useful business and industry data can be challenging for small business owners. University of Nevada, Reno Extension will walk small business owners through real-life examples of finding and interpreting data to help them with their business challenges, at its free online town hall this Wednesday.

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Wine, chocolate tasting goes virtual for Adelson Hospice
Nathan Adelson Hospice will be hosting the first Sweet Notes, a wine, chocolate and song virtual event, at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19.

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Operation Corrupt Collector targets illegal scare tactics
The Federal Trade Commission and 50 federal and state law enforcement partners, including Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford announced a nationwide initiative to protect consumers from phantom debt collection and abusive and threatening debt collection practices.

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Former ITT Tech students win $330 million settlement
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau secured an agreement in September to obtain $330 million in debt relief for 35,000 former ITT Tech students, including $6,198,820.30 for Nevadans, as part of a settlement with 48 attorneys general.

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