Latino essential workers continued to work as COVID-19 spread through their communities, a factor contributing to the current disproportionate rates of infection of COVID-19 and deaths caused by the virus among the population across the state. In response, Latino leaders at the state and local level have mobilized to ensure the community receives the aid… [Read More]
Eerie, bizarre, crazy, surreal are all adjectives we keep hearing to describe the never-before actions that our local, state and federal government are taking because of the coronavirus, that is, the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of the expected increases in cases once more testing begins to take place, the Governor Steve Sisolak and Reno… [Read More]
Oscar Delgado announced his run for re-election on the Reno City Council yesterday on his campaign’s Facebook Page. Delgado currently holds the City Council seat for Ward 3 that spans from central to eastern Reno. His campaign will hone in on the area’s affordable housing crisis, building upon his past work involving infrastructure improvements throughout… [Read More]
Despite the Reno City Council’s troubling year of sexual misconduct investigations, excessive debt creation and city gentrification problems, Mayor Hillary Schieve went into little detail about last year’s chaos in her State of the City Address last Thursday evening.
Salcido, 33, is running against Jenny Brekhus for Reno City Council, Ward 1. This is his first time running for local office.