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  • Restaurants of the Year – 2017

    On Yerington’s south side; take Bridge Street west from Main and travel through time into the 1950s at King’s Diner. Not because of the posters and photos that comprise the decor, but because of the food — the reuben sandwich with fries should be on a poster, and the chocolate malt takes you right back to high

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  • Hotel of the Year – 2017

    In a town where you generally know what to expect, Reno’s Whitney Peak Hotel delivers the unexpected: ultra modern rooms, Warholesque meeting and convention space and instead of gambling tables and slot machines, a full floor of exercise equipment and rock climbing walls. For a real challenge, there is a 180’ climbing structure attached to the

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  • Attraction of the Year – 2017

    Heavenly Valley is an enormous year-around playground more than 9,000 feet above sea level. It’s accessible by gondola from just west of the Nevada-California state line at the south shore of Lake Tahoe. They send passengers floating rapidly upward, somewhere between heaven and earth to pop over the summit and down into the little valley.

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  • Event of the Year – 2017

    The World Human-Powered Speed Challenge — Battle Mountain is world-famous (in a small way) for hosting the most prestigious event in the world of speed bicycling each September. In the 16 years beginning in 2000 the world Human Powered Vehcle speed record has been broken eight times on Highway 305 about 15 miles south of

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  • Hidden Treasure of the Year – 2017

    Tonopah Historic Mining Park and Central Nevada Museum — Hints of Tonopah’s rich history are plainly visible to anyone who drives through town on US 95, but visit the 100+ acre Tonopah Historic Mining Park on the hillside behind the Mizpah Hotel and those hints become facts. Visitors wander among three intact mines dating back to the early

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  • City of the Year – 2017

    Black Rock City — Smaller than Sparks, bigger than Carson City, it’s the tenth largest city in Nevada* for one week of the year, the week of Burning Man that ends on Labor Day Weekend. The Man is designed and built for the occasion as free-spirited people arrive from around the world in cars and RVs

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  • Person of the Year – 2017

    Ron “Binky” Hendricks, Wells Chamber of Commerce/Trail of the 49ers Museum — Ron grew up in Wells where he was High school Salutatorian when he graduated in 1964. Ron moved to Reno in 1968 to work in banking, and later, when he helped start the Hand to Hand foundation in Reno, offering counseling and other help

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  • City of the Year

    Laughlin should have been named Fun City; nobody goes there on business unless they are in the fun business. Laughlin is a small town adjoining a line of casino hotels built along the west shore of the Colorado River. There are nine casino-hotels now, strung like beads downriver from Don Laughlin’s original Riverside — his

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  • Event of the Year

    The Old Sheepherder’s Ball at the Border Inn on US 50 at the Nevada-Utah line outside of Baker each January is an event unique even here in Nevada, where one-of-a-kind is the general rule. Denys Koyle inaugurated it 12 years ago because Elko’s famous Cowboy Poetry Gathering focused attention on the cattle ranching heritage, and she

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  • Hotel of the Year

    Red Rock Resort (a Station Casinos property) 11011 West Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas (702) 797-7777 This is a beautiful building and surrounding property, including three acres devoted to swimming and wading pools. For some reason — perhaps the 72-lane bowling alley or the 16-screen movie theater — this is known as a ‘locals’ place, but

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