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Known as Nevada’s “other” gambling and resort town, Reno is also home to the University of Nevada- Reno and offers many fun and exciting things to see and do as nature is always calling!
LDS Members make up 4.56% of the population. The state of Nevada has 178,737 members in 37 stakes, 295 wards and 29 branches, 3 missions, and 2 temples.
Nevada’s first permanent white settlement, Mormon Station (later Genoa), was founded in 1850 in what is now western Nevada, a region that became part of Utah Territory the same year. Soon other Mormon settlements were started there and in Las Vegas Valley. The Las Vegas mission failed, but the farming communities to the northwest succeeded, even though friction between Mormons and placer miners in that area caused political unrest. Most of the Mormons in western Nevada departed in 1857, when Salt Lake City was threatened by an invasion of federal troops.