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    Carson City, Nevada (AP)

    Las Vegas’ old federal building-post office and Virginia City’s old Fourth Ward School are among beneficiaries of $3.1 million in grants for historic preservation projects awarded by a state commission.

    The $350,000 grant for the Las Vegas project was the largest awarded this year by the Nevada Commission for Cultural Affairs, which announced the latest round of grants recently.

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