Nevada Magazine’s 75th-Anniversary Edition is available for purchase now at nevadamagazine.com and will be on newsstands throughout Nevada starting January 15. In January 1936, the state highway department introduced Nevada Highways and Parks — known today as Nevada Magazine. In 2011, the state's official tourism publication celebrates its 75th anniversary. To honor the milestone, the magazine has produced a 192-page special edition, now available for purchase.
Subscribers, history buffs, and general Nevada enthusiasts can order the 75th-Anniversary Edition now at nevadamagazine.com, or, for faster response, by calling 775-687-0603. The edition features 24 re-printed stories from 1936 to 2010 and provides a fascinating historical perspective on Nevada, including the Pony Express, atomic testing, Nevada's mining legacy, Hoover Dam, wild horses, “Bonanza,” and more. The collector's editions are $19.95 each, plus $4 shipping and handling. Nevada state employees can get the 75th-Anniversary Edition for $15 by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 775-687-0633.
Today, Nevada Magazine is a division of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, published bimonthly, and based in Carson City and Las Vegas. Check out old cover images here.
In Nevada Magazine's January/February 2011 issue
Nevada Magazine's January/February 2011 issue — the Las Vegas Territory Special Edition — will be available soon on newsstands throughout Nevada. In it are a feature on Las Vegas' fascinating history, a roundup of Southern Nevada towns, and a Q&A with Brian Sandoval, who takes office as Nevada Governor on January 3.
Also highlighted are Southern Nevada's parks and recreation areas, off-the-beaten-path destinations, main attractions, and a history story about Potosi, the state's first lode mine.
As part of its 75th anniversary, the magazine is highlighting Nevada's six “Territories” in 2011, customizing each of the year's six issues to honor Las Vegas Territory, Reno-Tahoe Territory, Pony Express Territory, Indian Territory, Cowboy Country, and Nevada Silver Trails. The March/April 2011 issue will cover central Nevada's Pony Express Territory.
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