NEVADA’S LAST PULITZER 1977: The Reno Evening Gazette and Nevada State Journal won for editorial writing for a series challenging the power of a brothel keeper.
What does REG stand for?
REG stands for Reno Evening Gazette
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- Regina (Latin: Queen)
- Registry (Microsoft Windows file extension)
- Regular Electronic Giving (Lutheran Laypeople's League of Australia, Inc.)
- Renewable Energy Generation (various locations)
- Répertoire des Entreprises du Canton de Genève (French: Business Directory of Geneva; Switzerland)
- Research Equipment Grant (various organizations)
- Reservatory for Endangered Games
- Richard E. Grant (actor)
- Rotor Excitation Generator (electricty)
- Rural Enterprise Gateway (UK)
- Regius Professor
- Registration Point
- Regulatory/Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards
- Rating Entry for General Apprentices (US Navy)
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He honed his advertising sales skills there and a couple of other papers before landing his first management job as marketing director for the Nevada State Journal and Reno Evening Gazette, which were purchased by Gannett Co.
claimed the new tax law would put them out of business and serve as a bar to the construction of new and elaborate hotels which they said were planned in the state, the Reno Evening Gazette reported after the 1945 session Similar arguments would be repeated over the next 50 years, each time lawmakers entertained a proposal to raise the gaming tax.