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Linda K. Ruisi, 74, died June 26, 2016, in Reno, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.
Published: June 30, 2016
An new drug referred to as “dove” — typically created by mixing LSD, meth and MDMA — has made an appearance in Carson City, deputy Josh Chaney told a group of law enforcement officials this week. It was one of the potential drugs Chaney, a drug-recognition expert and member of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office’s Special Enforcement Team, warned fellow
Published: June 30, 2016
With the retirement of Sen. Harry Reid, Rep. Mark Amodei says he sees another push to open Yucca Mountain on the horizon.In an interview during last week’s congressional recess, he said Illinois Republican John Shimkus is “getting ready to have a hearing on Yucca Mountain.”Amodei said he has been told by colleagues in leadership in discussions with the Senate leadership,
Published: June 30, 2016
The Carson City Planning Commission recommended approval of a State Street residential development after adding some conditions to the project. The Mills Landing planned unit development includes 105 attached single-family homes, ranging between 1,397 square feet and 1,460 square feet, each with garages and 20 foot driveways as well as an additional 60 guest parking spots. It’s planned on 7.8
Published: June 30, 2016
With temperatures increasing, the potential for fire danger is increasing in Northern Nevada as well. Fire restrictions go into effect for all state and federally owned land beginning today. Because of increased fuels due to a wet winter, drying vegetation, drought conditions and increasing temperatures, the Bureau of Land Management; USDA Forest Service, Bridgeport and Carson ranger districts; the Nevada
Published: June 30, 2016
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has again ruled Peter Quinn Elvik should get a new trial on charges he murdered a Carson City man more than 20 years ago.Elvik was convicted of shooting William Gibson, 63, at the Carson City gun range in August 1995.He was 14 at the time and, under the law, defendants aged 8-14 are presumed
Published: June 30, 2016
150 years agoA naturalist says: Last summer, while walking in my park, I observed a green woodpecker alight on the ground some 50 paces before me, look around to see if he was observed, then lie down and simulate death by stretching out himself motionless, and hanging his tongue out as far as possible. He would occasionally pull in his
Published: June 30, 2016
As the Majority Whip of the Nevada State Assembly, I’m honored to represent not just the voters and taxpayers of District 39, but all Nevada citizens. Therefore, when I stand up to fight for the individual rights and liberties of my constituents, I’m fighting to protect those same rights and liberties of all our citizens. It’s part of the oath
Published: June 30, 2016
What’s in a name or a title? Apparently a lot.It seems titles are becoming a lot longer these days. That’s why I want to be known as the Executive Assistant Editor of the Sierra Nevada Media Group Nevada Appeal Branch, Newsroom Division.And it seems that executive part is really important. Nobody is just a director any more. The person in
Published: June 30, 2016
One day Mike Arnold may send a thank-you note to the Carson High baseball program.Arnold, who was a youth baseball player in his early years, was cut from the JV baseball team when he was a freshman. Little did he know the Senators did him a huge favor.“I ran track in seventh and eighth grade,” Arnold said. “My freshman year
Published: June 30, 2016
The Brewery Arts Center is in the middle of a season of free concerts under the stars in Carson City. With six more concerts left, the series invites families, friends and neighbors to head down to the Minnesota Street Stage to hear a diverse lineup of talent. Saturday’s concert is a doubleheader featuring The Sierra Sweethearts and Southwestern Pilgrimage at
Published: June 30, 2016
RENO — Good Vibrations is a Beach Boys hit, and it’s also the feeling J.J. Henry gets when he comes to town for the Barracuda Championship.Henry, who won here in 2012 and 2015, is seeking to become the first three-time winner of the 18th annual event which kicks off today at Montreux Golf & Country Club.Henry also has three top-10
Published: June 30, 2016
RENO — As far as PGA debuts go, Jon Rahm’s was a smashing success.After finishing tied for 23rd as an amateur at the recent U.S. Open, at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania, Rahm turned pro and tied for third at last weekend’s Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club.Rahm will take that momentum into the Barracuda Championship which begins today
Published: June 30, 2016
Carson City Little League scored five runs after two outs in the first inning, and then held on to beat Reno Continental, 7-4, Wednesday night in the opening round of the District 1 11-12 all-star tournament at Governors Field.Carson plays Centennial A tonight at 7:30 on Field 2.“This was a complete team effort,” said coach Joe Tierney. “It’s what we’ve
Published: June 30, 2016
Reminder to feed horses properlyIt made me cringe to see the picture of the little 6-year-old boy feeding the horse with curled fingers in the Sunday paper.Always have your fingers out straight, parallel with your palm. Anything curled, including the thumb, could be accidentally bitten by the horse.Shelley CochettiGardnerville
Published: June 30, 2016
The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are considered innocent until proven guilty in court.TUESDAYAt 4:36 a.m., a 18-year-old Carson City man was arrested on suspicion of violation of court monitored sentence and destruction of property after deputies responded to reports of shots fired near the 1800 block of Marian Avenue. The suspect was located near
Published: June 29, 2016
A six-piece band whose goal is to bring new life to country favorites is visiting Minden’s Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 30.Sagebrush Rebels, formed last year, are taking the stage in the park’s next summer concert. The group’s lead vocalist, Cherie Shipley, is an area singer and entertainer. She has presented many show bands of
Published: June 29, 2016
Nevada environmental officials say they are expediting an investigation into illegal dumping near Carson City after a video supposedly showing a spill there went viral. KRNV-TV reports that the multi-agency investigation of dumping at Mound House is still expected to take at least a few weeks. The video was viewed at least 800,000 times before being deleted. Nevada Division of
Published: June 29, 2016
LAS VEGAS — Six Republican Nevada Assembly candidates who lost their primaries by significant margins want an investigation of voting machines they say may have malfunctioned, although elections officials insist nothing went amiss. The candidates include Diana Orrock, Steve Sanson, Connie Foust, Tina Trenner, Mary Rooney and Blain Jones, who ran on anti-tax platforms and all lost by at least
Published: June 29, 2016
Brian Lester at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Js’ Old Town Bistro in Dayton.Steel Rose at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Casino Fandango, 3800 S. Carson St. The California Cowboys at 7 p.m. today and 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.Trippin’ King Snakes from 7 to 10 p.m. today at the Carson
Published: June 29, 2016
Friday through MondayRSVP is sponsoring its 24th annual Independence Day Carnival & Celebration July 1-4 in Mills Park. The event includes live music by Jake Armer and the Hotdogs, and, of course, a synchronized fireworks display set to a patriotic musical score. The event will be broadcast on Wild 102.9 FM with a live radio remote from Mills Park. Discount
Published: June 29, 2016
Conditioning for the upcoming cross country season is under way.Coach Pete Sinnott said the group is meeting every Monday at the Spooner Maintenance Station, Wednesdays at Carson Middle School and Fridays at the south end of the Pete Livermore Sports Complex. Any runner interested in competing for the CHS cross country team is strongly urged to attend.Interested runners should contact
Published: June 29, 2016
RENO — It wasn’t pretty — ever.The Reno Aces blew an early 8-0 lead, but rallied for three in the fifth and four in the sixth to grab a 15-12 win over El Paso before a crowd of 4,409 at Greater Nevada Field Tuesday afternoon.The win capped a disappointing 3-6 homestand for the Aces, who visit El Paso for a
Published: June 29, 2016
Blinky Man bike ride a wondrous sight This past Saturday night, the 25th, at approximately 9:15 p.m., numerous people on East Long Street had the opportunity to watch a wondrous sight go riding down the street! A large group of bicycle riders with some type of neon or glowing attachments made its way eastward. There were all types of bicycles,
Published: June 29, 2016
“The Overview Effect” was a term from the 1960s to explain the dramatic cognitive and emotional shift astronauts experienced when from their space capsule they watched the earth rise over the horizon of the moon. As those photos were beamed back to Earth, we too saw for the first time our world as fragile ball of life, hanging in the
Published: June 29, 2016
Qi is the Chinese word that defines the energy of being, our “vital breath” or “life energy.” We live in this field of Qi, yet, like a bird in flight or a fish in water, we’re unaware of the medium that supports us. All of nature pulsates with Qi. Human beings, animals, fish, birds, and insects along with all the
Published: June 29, 2016
The annual RSVP Independence Day Celebration and Carnival is coming to Mills Parks to ring in the holiday weekend.The celebration runs Friday through Monday in Mills Park. This is the 24th year the program has held the carnival fundraiser, and this year, it’s mixing it up by adding in a skateboarding expo by The Wheelhouse skate shop and an exhibition
Published: June 29, 2016
The Nevada Department of Transportation is warning holiday travelers they can expect some delays when driving on U.S. 50 near Cave Rock at Lake Tahoe.A contractor is in the process of constructing a 60-foot long, 27-foot tall tunnel extension on the westbound, lakeside Cave Rock tunnel. The tunnel is designed to prevent rock fall from the rock onto the roadway.
Published: June 29, 2016
The Tesla Gigafactory project collected $9.6 million in tax credits between October 2014 and June 2015.Steve Hill, head of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) said as of the first quarter of 2016, the company was more than meeting its obligations to get transferable tax credits. He said during the first quarter of this year, there was a weekly
Published: June 29, 2016
It’s summertime and the weather is perfect for grilling. While this past Sunday was Father’s Day, any day is a good day to celebrate dad, so why not skip the goofy gifts and treat him to a delicious steak dinner instead?He’s guaranteed to love this rib eye recipe, which — when served with a fresh salad, garlic mashed potatoes and
Published: June 29, 2016
The Carson City Little League teams begin Nevada District 1 All-Star play today at 5 p.m. At 4 p.m. today the opening ceremonies will take place at Governors Field.The Carson City 10 team will start play at 5 p.m. on Field 3 against Reno American. The Carson City 12 team will play at 7:30 p.m. on Field 2 against Reno
Published: June 29, 2016
The annual Northern Nevada Pond Tour is coming to Carson City on Saturday, July 16 and two residents are excited to show off their “little paradise” with the community.Paul and Sheryl Seaman have been working on their backyard pond for nearly 15 years, creating their own oasis in their Comstock Circle residence. This will be the second time their pond
Published: June 29, 2016
150 years agoBusinesslike: There was a good deal of dust stirred up on our streets yesterday by the many teams that were laden here for Salt Lake and other points east and started upon their journeys. Certainly not less than a dozen big wagons were piled full of one kind and another of freight, and our too quiet little city
Published: June 29, 2016
I have to admit this is a self-serving Popcorn Stand. I’m reminded of the episode of Frasier I watched when a focus group of 12 people evaluated his show and 11 said they really enjoyed it but one guy played by Tony (Monk, I love that show, too) Shalhoub didn’t particularly care for Frazier.So of course, Frasier spent the rest
Published: June 29, 2016
This column appears in the Nevada Appeal Wednesday health pages. It addresses topics related to the health of our community.Summer season is the time to beware of the buzzing, biting menace of mosquitoes. Mosquito activity has been higher this year than in previous years since we had a wetter winter, leaving more water for mosquitoes to reproduce. Although most everyone
Published: June 29, 2016
Forest Service officials say the number of trees in the Sierra Nevada forests killed by drought and bark beetles now number in the millions.And Nevada forestry’s Natural Resources Manager says the damage is starting to show on this side of the Sierra as well.“All you’ve got to do is stand back and take a look up the hillside,” said John
Published: June 26, 2016
Don’t be surprised if you saw something unusual flying around Carson City recently. It’s not a bird or a plane or even Superman. It’s a magic carpet. Wild Horse Children’s Theater was preparing for the Friday opening of Aladdin Jr., the stage musical based on the hit Disney film, and Flying by Foy is in town to get the production
Published: June 27, 2016
Production Pattern and Foundry of Mound House has released a statement charging that a video posted online was designed to falsely accuse the company of illegal waste dumping.“We believe that this video was produced by the men involved to falsely accuse the company of directing them to illegally dispose of wastes from our manufacturing process and to further their own
Published: June 27, 2016
While Nevada may have the benefit of distance from the economic and political quake in Europe following Britain’s referendum vote Thursday to leave the European Union, analysts say uncertainty will continue to rock the markets and the Silver State along with them.On Monday, British markets continued the slide they started Friday, closing with the pound down 3.8 percent at 1.31
Published: June 28, 2016
Results from the main course of the 2016 Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge held in Mills Park, June 23-25.Dual Purpose Bike1. Deputy Joey Trotter-Carson City Sheriff’s Office2. Officer Jerry shaman-Lafeyette Police Department3. Deputy Derrick Kepler-Carson City Sheriff’s OfficeRetired Motor Officer1. Al Wofford-Florida Highway Patrol2. Robert Malm-California3. Kurt Davis-Carson City Sheriff’s Office American Class A (FLH)1. Deputy Joey Trotter-Carson City Sheriff’s
Published: June 28, 2016
Being clairvoyant can sometimes be a mysterious nuisance. Sometime ago I wrote an article about Christmas Eve 1943 when my husband first husband Don was training for the Army Air Corp at a college in Athens, West Virginia. At about 11 p.m. that evening I was overcome with dread.Something terrible, I felt, was happening at home in Philadelphia. At 1
Published: June 28, 2016
The question the gun grabbers keep asking in response to the Orlando nightclub massacre by a wacko ISIS sympathizer is why anyone needs an “assault rifle.” The simple and obvious answer, of course, is ...Because the bad guys have them! Duh.To paraphrase the old Mexican Proverb made famous by actor Clint Eastwood in “A Fistful of Dollars,” when a man
Published: June 28, 2016
When is it OK to take risks?I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately — about the difference between taking calculated risks and being risk averse or, worse, taking reckless chances without thinking.The U.S. Navy took a calculated risk when Adm. Chester Nimitz and Adm. Spruance put the gears in motion for the Battle of Midway exactly 74 years ago.Nimitz
Published: June 28, 2016
Although Churchill County has many service organizations and community groups, four volunteers recently discussed their respective organizations at a Churchill County Economic Development breakfast meeting and what they do for the local area.Barbara Hertz, former president of the Fallon Lions Club, is passionate about the service organization, which has been in the Lahontan Valley since 1937.One of the main community
Published: June 28, 2016
Recently graduated Churchill County High School senior Michelle Therianos is Navy bond.Therianos accepted an offer to attend the United States Naval Academy’s prep school at Newport, R.I., and upon successful completion, she will enroll as a midshipmen.A co-valedictorian who successfully completed the Honors School curriculum and finished in the top five of her class, Theriansos received several offers to attend
Published: June 28, 2016
The Churchill County Senior Center, soon to be the William N. Pennington Life Center, has a new director whose already been serving Northing Nevada for the last 20 years.Executive Director Lisa Erquiaga has brought with her an extensive background in human services, specifically independent living and disability advocacy with nonprofits. She also has a bachelor of arts in Gerontology.“Right now,”
Published: June 28, 2016
America’s Declaration of Independence celebrates its 240th birthday on Monday, a day when our forefathers risked death for treason when the Continental Congress declared the 13 colonies as independent states free of the tyrannical British rule.Since that day in Philadelphia when 56 signers put their signatures on a piece of paper, the Declaration of Independence has withstood the test of
Published: June 28, 2016
It’s never too late to quit smoking. While it’s best to stop as early as possible, kicking the smoking habit at any age will enhance the length and quality of your life.As soon as you stop, your body begins to repair the damage caused by smoking. You’ll also save money and you won’t have to run outside your home or
Published: June 28, 2016
This July 4, we will celebrate the 240th birthday of the United States. The U.S. was created under rather unique circumstances, giving us a special place in the world. As Americans, we should never forget both the good and the bad that have happened over our history. These events have shaped who we are as a nation.Beginning in 1585, England
Published: June 28, 2016
CURRENTTOPSEach Friday at 9 a.m.-Take Pounds Off Sensibly with our fun group! Join us for motivation at the Methodist Church, 280 E. Stillwater Ave. Cost is $5 per month with an annual fee of $32. For more information call Nancy at 775-423-4568 or Jo at 775-867-3244.Lawyer adviceAttorneys and specialists will next offer their services for FREE on Aug. 2 from
Published: June 28, 2016
With the collapse of an attempt to overturn the commerce tax, the first payments will be due from businesses for current fiscal year on Aug. 15. The commerce tax is a gross revenue tax on each business in the state whose gross revenue in a fiscal year exceeds $4 million.The reporting period is July 1 through June 30, and the
Published: June 28, 2016
We have all encountered people in our lives that inspire us to be better. These people, through everyday interactions, seem to lift up those around them and give us hope. The best way to describe these extraordinary individuals would be to call them what they are, lifters. Lifters raise our souls to heights never expected and inspire us to lift
Published: June 28, 2016
New water and sewer rates go into effect July 1.The monthly water base charge for a typical single-family home is going from $24.15 for the first 2,000 gallons to $25.72 for the first 1,000 gallons. The next 4,000 gallons are now $1.61 per 1,000 gallon versus $1.44 per 1,000 gallons for next 3,000 gallons. After that, rates rise from $2.75
Published: June 28, 2016
The Churchill County School District trustees elected their newest trustee, Tricia Strasdin, to the board last Thursday night.Strasdin, who was elected to the school board during the last election was set to begin her term in Jan. 2017, was one of only two applicants to apply for the vacancy in former Trustee Ron Evans’ expired term. Strasdin was voted in
Published: June 28, 2016
Sletten Companies Corrections, the Churchill County Commissioners and other officials hosted the official ground-breaking ceremony for the new Law Enforcement Center on Tuesday morning. Representatives from the county as well as from the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development and the Attorney General’s Office were handed silver shovels to commemorate the official beginning
Published: June 28, 2016
The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued an order rejecting the petition seeking a delay in the hearing on the Educational Savings Accounts vouchers program.A hearing was scheduled for oral arguments before the full court on July 29 but the plaintiffs led by the ACLU asked for a delay in both the hearing and the briefing schedule.The lawsuit is one of
Published: June 28, 2016
The hype for the third annual DeGolyer Buckin’ Horse and Bull Bash did not disappoint Fallon rodeo fans on Saturday at the Churchill County Fairgrounds, sporting both a turnout of fans and competitors exceeding last year’s spectacle according to Cody DeGolyer.“We ended up having 28 bull riders, 14 bronc riders; we just had a lot of great competitors,” DeGolyer said.
Published: June 28, 2016
The third annual DeGolyer Buckin’ Horse and Bull Bash is known in particular to feature some of Fallon’s strongest rodeo families, and this year was no different.Though Billy Quillan, the champion bull rider from last year’s second annual DeGolyer rodeo, could not make it this year, the Quillan family was represented strong by Levi and Kelly Quillan, brother and sister
Published: June 28, 2016
Scott Smith found the love of his life while he was in elementary school.Growing up in Fallon, Smith had many dates and they continued to get more involved as he grew up and attended high school before landing a new home in Reno where he attended the University of Nevada. The intensity grew like a fiery passion after college when
Published: June 28, 2016
MEEKS BAY, Calif. — A 21-year-old man likely drowned this weekend in Lake Tahoe off the southwest shore, officials said.Authorities were notified 11:35 a.m. Saturday “of an apparent drowning” in the water east of Meeks Bay.“The reporting party had found an unresponsive man in the water with an unoccupied personal watercraft drifting nearby,” according to El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office
Published: June 28, 2016
Career and technical students from Carson High School won some of the nation’s highest awards at the 2016 SkillsUSA Championships, held in Louisville, Ky., on June 22-23.More than 6,000 students competed to demonstrate their technical, workplace and personal skills in 100 hands-on occupational and leadership competitions including robotics, automotive technology, drafting, criminal justice, aviation maintenance and public speaking. Industry leaders
Published: June 28, 2016
Susan F. Muscott, 64, died June 27, 2016 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766
Published: June 28, 2016
Robert “Robb” A. Field, 43, passed away June 21, 2016 in Carson City, NV. Walton’s Chapel of the Valley is in charge of his final arrangements.
Published: June 28, 2016
November 1944 –June 2016Lynda passed away peacefully in the comfort of her home on June 20. 2016, a special day when a full moon and the summer solstice occur together.Lynda was born and raised in San Diego, CA., where she eventually met and married her husband, Jeff.Many years of adventures began with Jeff being in the Navy. The biggest adventure
Published: June 28, 2016
Linda K. Ruisi, 74, died June 26, 2016 in Reno, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766
Published: June 28, 2016
May 27, 1924 ~ June 27, 2016Robert Joel Storms Walker, age 92, passed away on June 27, 2016 at the Beehive Home in Fernley.He was born May 27, 1924 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Alfred Storms and Mary S. Pettit. and was a long time resident of Fallon. Robert was a retired Personnel Superintendent for Basic Corp. in Gabbs. He was
Published: June 28, 2016
The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is investigating an armed robbery that occurred Monday night.Deputies responded to O’Reilly Auto Parts, 1715 North Carson St., around 10:10 p.m. for an armed robbery report. Two men had entered the building and robbed the business at gunpoint.One suspect was described as a black man approximately 5-feet 8-inches to 5-feet 10-inch with a slim build
Published: June 28, 2016
The Carson Valley Community Theatre will host an evening of family-friendly entertainment when it stages “The Red Velvet Cake War” at the CVIC Hall in Minden. Show times are 7:30 p.m. July 23, 24, 29 and 30; 1 p.m. July 23 and 30; and 2 p.m. July 24 and 31. Tickets in advance are $15 for adults and $13 for
Published: June 28, 2016
The Carson City Historical Society is holding its first yard sale of the year from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 2 at the Foreman-Roberts House Museum park, 1207 N. Carson St. More than 15 vendors will be offering antiques, collectibles, jewelry and crafts. The museum will be open free to those who want to tour the downstairs of
Published: June 28, 2016
TOCCATA — Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will continue its 11th Summer MusicFest with the BOPS Patriotic Series featuring the best of Broadway, Opera, Pops, and Patriotic selections. The Carson City concert will be at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 10 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Other concerts in the series are July 3, 5, and 8. For more information, go
Published: June 28, 2016
Three Nevada forestry preservation projects will be recipients of up to $10 million in Forest Legacy Program competitive grant funding. The Nevada Division of Forestry is accepting proposals for the voluntary program that assists private landowners with protecting working forests from conversion to non-forest uses through the creation of conservation easements and property acquisition. Forestlands that contain important scenic, cultural,
Published: June 28, 2016
Michael Hohl Motor Company invites Corvette owners and enthusiasts to its 6th Annual Reno Corvette Club Show & Shine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, July 17 at 3700 S. Carson St.More than 50 Corvettes will be on display competing for Best in Class and Best of Show trophies.For more information, call 775 883-5777, or email michele.roach@michaelhohl.com.
Published: June 28, 2016
March 8, 1922 - June 7, 2016Radium “Ray” Sulprizio, passed away on June 7, 2016 in Carson City, NV at the age of 94 Ray was born March 8, 1922, the third child to parents Deuta and Mary Durbano Sulprizio, in Fresno, CA, where his father had established a successful automotive engine parts manufacturing business, United Engine and Machine Co.
Published: June 28, 2016
Most seniors can look back on the readings of their youths — the “Nancy Drew” mysteries, “Through the Looking Glass,” “The Rover Boys” and “Pulp Fiction.” As adults, we gravitated to more serious works such as John Steinbeck or John O’Hara and the pages of The New Yorker. But the most important reading we had was that of Ernest Hemingway,
Published: June 27, 2016
The Carson City Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting at the historic Stewart Indian School Monday.About 100 people attended the outdoor event, which featured food catered by Black Bear Diner, tours of the school, a performance by the Eagle Wings Pageant Dance Troop, community awards and a changing of the guard on the chamber’s board. Best of the Best
Published: June 27, 2016
A new study from the Stanford Center on Longevity found that anger and excitement (known as “high arousal” emotions) can lead to risky decision making, especially for older folks.Many elderly are victims of financial fraud. The Federal Trade Commission estimated that in 2011, 7.3 percent of adults aged 65 to 74 were victims of financial fraud. For folks age 75
Published: June 27, 2016
150 years agoGrand ball: Mr. Spooner will give a grand ball at his station on the Lake Bigler (Tahoe) Road on Monday evening, July 2. Every preparation has been made to render this a very delightful affair. Billy Wilson’s stage will run for the benefit of those who wish to attend. 130 years agoYesterday the editor of the Appeal received
Published: June 27, 2016
We just completed National Pollinator Week, a designation that recognizes all that pollinators do for our food supply, environment and economy. Last year the Obama administration released a “National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators” led by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). According to a USDA fact sheet, “honey bee pollination alone adds more than
Published: June 27, 2016
Appeal missed tribute to D-DayI opened the paper on the 7th of this month (no paper on the 6th), and all I saw was a huge spread about Muhammad Ali. Granted, he was a great boxer, but where was a big spread about the Allied invasion in Normandy that turned the tide of World War II — D-Day?I was very
Published: June 27, 2016
Two people were arrested Friday after deputies discovered an alleged mobile forgery lab that was being used to make fake credit cards and driver’s licenses.Tony Russo, 46, and Molly Martin, 26, were arrested on forgery charges after deputies initiated a traffic stop on their vehicle near Highway 50 and Mercury Street Friday night. According to the arrested report, deputies were
Published: June 27, 2016
Odie Warren Reed, 84, died June 26, 2016 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766
Published: June 27, 2016
William H. Schultz, 85, passed away June 23, 2016. Walton’s Chapel of The Valley is in charge of his final arrangements
Published: June 27, 2016
The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are considered innocent until proven guilty in court.Carson CityFRIDAYAt 5:57 p.m., an 18-year-old Carson City man was arrested on suspicion of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, no valid driver’s license and speed 1-10 over after deputies initiated a traffic stop near the 1300 block of Ladera. Bail
Published: June 27, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court has ordered a controversial search and seizure ruling by Nevada’s high court back to the state for a new review.The case involves the arrest of Ralph Torres by an Elko police officer after the officer saw him walking but exhibiting signs of intoxication. The officer asked for identification to prove Torres was over 21, which Torres
Published: June 27, 2016
All Republicans are welcome to attend Douglas Country Republican Central Committee’s monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 14 at the Elks Lodge, 1227 Kimmerling Road in Gardnerville.Social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information, go to douglasgop.org, or call Headquarters at 775-782-4GOP (782-4467).
Published: June 27, 2016
Jimmie and Janet Thompson’s BYO BBQ on Saturday, July 9 will collect donations for the families affected by the Lampe Drive apartment complex fire that took place June 14 in Gardnerville. The meet ‘n’ greet cruise event from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at James Lee Memorial Park will feature a variety of cars, trucks and bikes. Monetary donations as
Published: June 27, 2016
The Carson Blue Jays put together a late rally to knock off the Spanish Springs Bandits, 13-11, Sunday in the North Valleys-Spanish Springs Invitational.Carson trailed 10-8 entering the top of the seventh, but struck for five runs to take a 13-10 lead. Spanish Springs scored one off reliever Abel Carter, who picked up the save.In the seventh, Jared Barnard singled
Published: June 27, 2016
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta says she plans to retire next month. According to a press rlease, Saitta wrote to Gov. Brian Sandoval last week saying she was leaving after 10 years on the state’s highest court. Her six-year term was set to expire in 2019. Saitta, 65, had previously served as chief justice of the high court and
Published: June 27, 2016
The Department of Motor Vehicles is now offering special license plates for combat veterans who have been awarded the silver star or bronze star for valor.The license plates were approved by the 2015 Legislature. DMV Director Terri Albertson said the plates also can be issued in versions for medal recipients who are disabled. Those plates also carry the international symbol
Published: June 27, 2016
A clergy or religious professional is sought to serve as chaplain of the Carson City Civil Air Patrol Squadron, a volunteer position that provides spiritual guidance to cadets and support to senior members in Search and Rescue and Aerospace Education programs.Volunteers must meet all requirements for Civil Air Patrol senior membership (see CAPR 39-2, Civil Air Patrol Membership); must be
Published: June 27, 2016
Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey Counties organizes an annual summer program in Silver City with science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) activities for children. The activities are free, and one need not live in Silver City to attend. Parents are asked to stay and join in the fun at the School House/Community Center at 385 High Street.Engineering
Published: June 27, 2016
MOBILE, Ala. — Austal USA’s Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) team finalized the delivery of USNS Carson City (EPF 7) to the U.S. Navy during a small document-signing event held onboard the ship here on June 24, 2016.The EPF program provides the Navy with a new high-speed intra-theater transport capability. The 338-foot long Carson City is an aluminum catamaran capable of
Published: June 27, 2016
RENO — A federal agency is on a path to sterilize wild horses on U.S. rangeland to slow the growth of herds — a new approach condemned by mustang advocates across the West. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management also continues to resist calls from ranchers and western Republicans to euthanize or sell for slaughter the animals overflowing holding pens
Published: June 27, 2016
Mills Park was filled with law enforcement agents this weekend as the Carson City Sheriff’s Office hosted its 13th annual Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge. The three day event is a training exercise for law enforcement officers from around the country to come to learn new skills as well as strengthening the ones they already have. The main event was
Published: June 26, 2016
Blinkyman riders make their way north on Carson St. Saturday evening. Roughly 50 people showed up with bikes of all shapes and sizes and most were adorned with decorative lights for later in the ride.
Published: June 26, 2016
Cheyenna Burrows of Minton Farm Fresh out of Yuba City, Calif., arranges fruit at their booth Saturday at the 3rd & Curry Street Farmers Market.
Published: June 26, 2016
6-year-old Jaiden Meyers feeds a carrot to Clydesdale horse ‘Moses’ Saturday at the STEP fundraiser at the C-A-L Ranch store on N. Carson St. The Sierra Therapeutic Equestrian Program was raising funds for veterans and their dependents as well as the Boys and Girls Clubs.
Published: June 26, 2016
Denton Fitzpatrick and Michael Roman combined for six hits and five RBI to lead the Carson City Little League to a 22-2 win over South Tahoe in a Hooligans All-Star game Friday night.Fitzpatrick went 4-for-4 and drove in two runs, while Roman went 2-for-2 and drove in three runs. Cody Rosky also drove in two runs.Carson scored eight in the
Published: June 26, 2016
RENO — The Carson Blue Jays jumped out to early leads twice in rolling to two wins in baseball Saturday at North Valleys High School.The Blue Jays beat the Boise Senators 15-4 and the Rockaway Beach 14-3.With 11 runs in the first three innings, the Blue Jays left no doubt about the eventual outcome against Boise. Abel Carter had three
Published: June 26, 2016
INDIANAPOLIS — With one long hug and a few brief words, Troy Dumais asked Kristian Ipsen to carry on the legacy of American diving. Ipsen smiled, Dumais choked back tears and now the two longtime synchro partners are heading in drastically different directions. On Saturday, Ipsen and Michael Hixon took the two Olympic spots in men’s 3-meter, while Dumais’ bid
Published: June 26, 2016

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