Nevada’s inaugural Public Lands Day at beautiful Spring Mountain Ranch State Park drew only one candidate for Nevada governor Saturday evening. And he was Jared Fisher, seeking the Republican bid for the office in Carson City.
The Listening Tour
Jared Fisher, speaking to John from the Southern #Nevada #Military Vehicle Association about the military bikes used in World War 2. pic.twitter.com/bCdFRl4wR7 — Fisher for Nevada (@fisherfornevada) September 9, 2017 Jared Fisher and three of his children arrived to the Military Veterans and First Responders Appreciation Day at Craig… [Read More]
One of the recent stops on Jared Fisher’s Listening Tour was the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Dental Medicine. There, he interviewed two dental students, Aaron B. and Bryce Kinard, about the pros and cons of studying dentistry in Nevada and the changes they’d like to see… [Read More]
By Alan Snel It was a first Friday in Las Vegas’ art district and a young ballerina in a tutu decorated with lights pointed her toe and danced in the street. Right next-door, a woman yelled, “Ribs,” and was selling barbecue. And across the street, an artist was peddling paintings…. [Read More]
By Alan Snel Jared Fisher left his Blue Diamond home at 5 a.m. by bicycle Thursday and an hour later he had reached a home construction site in the southwest Las Vegas valley. The candidate for Nevada governor arrived at the American West residential project where Diamond Masonry was building… [Read More]