‘Storm Area 51’ event has Nevada businesses bracing for the unknown

‘Storm Area 51’ event has Nevada businesses bracing for the unknown

Visitors enter the Alien Research Center along the Extraterrestrial Highway in Hiko. (Christopher Lawrence/Las Vegas Review-Journal) The Alien Research Center in Hiko is selling T-shirts in preparation for Sept. 20. (Christopher Lawrence/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Sean Reasoner works at the Sunset View Inn in Alamo. It’s the first commercial establishment drivers will see along U.S. 93 on the way to Rachel for 70 miles. (Christopher Lawrence/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Rachel, a small collection of homes roughly 10 miles from the base, is the nearest thing resembling a town to Area 51. (Christopher Lawrence/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Reno to appeal ruling that city was negligent in 2017 flood Clark County accepting applications for block grants RACHEL — How do you plan for something like “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” the Facebook event that started as a joke, quickly became a national obsession and could end up attracting anywhere from […]

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