Reno, Nevada, University of Nevada, dates to be determined. There will most likely be a preconference trip.
Lodging should be in Great Basin Hall, approximately 200 yards from the dining hall and auditorium. Great Basin Hall has air conditioning. Each floor has a study area and lounge. A convenience store, operated by the university, is on the ground floor.
Accommodations at the University of Nevada, Argental Hall and dining facility. Each room accommodates up to 3.

Hosted by: Steve Ranson and Charlotte LaCombe

Preconference trip possibilities

  • Virginia City, Queen of the Comstock. Two-hour tour of the world famous Comstock Lode with a short V & T Railroad tour of the Comstock
  • Carson City, Nevada's capital. Walking tour, old assembly and state chambers, Nevada State Museum and old U.S. mint, reception at Nevada Press Association and family-style Basque restaurant for dinner

Itinerary Highlights (tentative) 

  • Wednesday: Welcome by Nevada lieutenant governor Kate Marshall, background of Reno and Nevada, tour RSJ /KUNR
  • Thursday: Fact-finding trip to Fernley, exploring Nevada's diverse economy (geothermal and alternative power sources) and Fallon, Naval Air Station Fallon and TOP GUN, Churchill Vineyards and wine tasting, Churchill Arts Council
  • Friday: Panel discussion on public relations and public information, how the University of Nevada worked with media on an explosion damaging two resident halls, panel on military reporting, Honor Flight and Veterans Affairs, Greenslade Bursary and Mazza presentations, AP stylebook changes. Reno Aces AAA baseball or Reno Rodeo in evening
  • Saturday: Newspaper critiques, banquet and award presentations.

* The 2020 conference in Reno, Nevada, was tentatively rescheduled to 2023 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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