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XXXX says Carson City Sheriff’s Office

October 16, 2017 — The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are considered innocent until proven guilty in court. FRIDAY At 10:14 a.m., a 30-year-old Elko woman was arrested on suspicion of contempt of court after deputies conducted a business check near the Edmonds Drive

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Grim Reaper at Kinkead Building in Carson City

October 16, 2017 — Work started Monday on the demolition of the old Kinkead Building. But before workmen began, they and public works erected a 7-foot tall, plywood silouette of the grim reaper — painted black, of course. the demolition begins with environmental crews removing asbestos and other hazardous

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Get Healthy Carson City: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 16, 2017 — This column appears in the Nevada Appeal Tuesday health pages. It addresses topics related to the health of our community. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women. Most breast cancer is found in women 50 years and over and about 10 percent

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Michael Mongelli

October 16, 2017 — 1930 ~ 2017 Michael Mongelli died at home surrounded by his family on Friday, October 13, 2017. Mike was born to Italian immigrants, Raffaele and Maria, in Rochester, New York on July 29th, 1930 and is the youngest of six boys. He enlisted in the

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Friends of the Dayton Valley Library hosting book sale

October 16, 2017 — A plethora of books will be offered in a sale sponsored by the Friends of the Dayton Valley Library. The sale kicks off from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. It will pick up on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Members of the

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Youth production of ‘Honk! Jr.’ planned in Carson City

October 16, 2017 — Wild Horse Children's Theater will present "Honk! Jr.," the award-winning musical that transformed Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale of the Ugly Duckling into a modern musical comedy. Performances will be at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall, 511 W. King St., on Dec. 8-10 and

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James Emmett Wallace, Jr

October 16, 2017 — April 16, 1944 ~ October 02, 2017 Jim passed away peacefully at home in Silver Springs on October 2nd, 2017. Jim was a long time resident of Lyon County, moving here in 1989 from Ben Lomond, CA. Jim served his country in the Navy during

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University of Nevada, Reno students are repainting stairwell tagged with swastikas

October 16, 2017 — RENO — Some students at the University of Nevada, Reno say they're repainting a stairwell that had been tagged with swastikas at the Church Fine Arts building. Artists, students and faculty were invited to join Sunday's project to repaint what is called the graffiti stairwell.

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Flirtey launches first drone defibrillator service in US

October 16, 2017 — RENO — A drone delivery service has announced a new partnership with a Reno-based ambulance company to send out defibrillators and other emergency equipment by air during responses to cardiac arrest. The drone delivery company Flirtey announced last week it is joining forces with the

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Stevens, Gallup lead Colorado State past Nevada Wolf Pack, 44-42

October 15, 2017 — FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Nick Stevens threw three of his four touchdown passes to Michael Gallup and Dalyn Dawkins had a career-high 195 yards rushing, including a 59-yard scoring run, to help Colorado State hold off Nevada for a 44-42 win Saturday night. Gallup tied

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Darrell Moody: Soccer officials need to be more diplomatic

October 14, 2017 — Officiating is a thankless task. It's the only job/hobby where you're expected to be perfect at the start and get better from there. To be a good official in any sport, you obviously have to know the rules, and you have to have decent people

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Prep Roundup: Carson High boys soccer shuts out Manogue

October 14, 2017 — Despite missing three starters, Carson High put on one of its most dominant performances of the season Saturday afternoon. The first-place Senators outshot Bishop Manogue, 25-1, en route to a 2-0 victory in a Sierra League boys soccer match. Carson, depending on the outcome of

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CHS adds Health Information Management class

October 14, 2017 — Carson High School Career & Technical Education has added Health Information Management, HIM, to its Health Science and Public Safety Career Cluster for the 2017-2018 school year. Because the accepted understanding in the healthcare industry is all medical related professions will become fluent in HIM

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Fred LaSor: Minden Airport soared with Aviation Roundup

October 14, 2017 — Minden Airport held its Aviation Roundup this past weekend, an annual effort to make the airport better known to neighbors in the Carson Valley and to show off the airport's multi-faceted value. It's hard to believe someone could have lived in Minden, Gardnerville or even

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Letters to the editor for Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017

October 14, 2017 — Carson man pays tribute to firefighter for bravery in Vegas shooting Through the power of Facebook I found my hero. I sent this post to Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles and to the Los Angeles Fire Department. One of the assistant fire chiefs called

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Guy W. Farmer: President Trump vs. his fellow Republicans

October 14, 2017 — I once received some good advice from a wise person: Never have more enemies than you can usefully deal with at any given time, he told me. But don't tell that to President Trump, who never misses an opportunity to pick fights with his fellow

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Past Pages for Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017

October 14, 2017 — 150 Years Ago The shooting match at Virginia was continued through Sunday. The well deserved reputation of Mr. F. King of Carson as a crack pigeon shooter being the subject of conversation. A match was made for him with Mr. Johnny Tuers of San Francisco.

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Talk of the Town: Beer-making fun on tap at local brewery

October 14, 2017 — Trevor and Tessa are entrepreneurs They opened the business Just Brew It To make soda, wine and beer. Trevor was laid off in 2009 Construction on the freeway was in a decline. So, in 2010 Just Brew It came true. It was the first week

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SILVER DOLLARS AND WOODEN NICKELS: Carson City has its Points of Light

October 14, 2017 — SILVER DOLLAR: To the Nevada Rural Retired Senior Volunteers Program for winning the Governor's Points of Light Award for its Veterans VIP Program. Also to Carson City's Muscle Powered and Shelby Shaw of Carson City's Capital City C.I.R.C.L.E.S. Initiative who were both finalists for the

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Carson High School student creates winning Senators NOW logo

October 14, 2017 — When teachers Patt Quinn-Davis and Cindi Mills approached graphic design instructor Patricia Ababio and asked if her students would design a logo for their new digital media/broadcast journalism class, Senators NOW, she jumped at the opportunity. The two-week project was worked on by 32 Graphic

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