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Shelly Aldean: A case of misdirection

We should step back and revisit with more purposeful intent the need to strengthen our mental health system.

Partnership Carson City drug round-up set for April 24

Partnership Carson City will hold its annual Drug Round-up on Saturday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Get Healthy Carson City: Volunteers: The value of one, the power of many

April 18-24 is National Volunteer Week. The theme for this year is the value of one, the power of many, which reflects on how one person can make a difference in a community when they volunteer and work with others toward a common goal.

Douglas High softball looking ahead

Douglas High softball is off to a 3-0 start and may have postseason reservations this spring.

Senator softball looks to contend this spring

Carson High softball will hope to make up for lost time in its six-week spring season.

Eckl: The all-region selection process needs a change

At least among the soccer ranks

Why can't the all-region teams be better? It doesn't seem like much more effort is needed to make them right.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office unveils off-highway vehicles

Carson City Sheriff’s Office was awarded a $61,453 grant through the State of Nevada Off-Highway Vehicle Program. This grant enabled the purchase of an off-road vehicle and accessories.

James Laughton: Going back to school: Tips on how to pay for it

Going back to school can help you advance in your job, re-enter the workforce, or support a second act as you chart a completely new career. But what are the right strategies adults should keep in mind to help manage education expenses?

Faith & Insight: Addition is subtraction

Everyone eventually sells out. Every band we love, celebrity we follow and friend we care about will eventually choose happiness over truth, money over authenticity.

Second major deadline hits Legislature this week

Most legislative committees shut down Friday to make time for extended floor sessions as the second major deadline approaches.

Carson City parks panel plots course for playground priorities

Carson City’s 18 playgrounds bring joy and relaxation for an average of about 3,000 citizens per location. But they’re also a potential liability to the city if anyone gets hurt using any one of them.

Carson City birth announcements March 24 to April 2, 2021

Carson City birth announcements March 24 to April 2, 2021

Guy Farmer: COVID-19 came from China

Is there any doubt whether the COVID-19 virus came from China despite that country's high-powered propaganda campaign to deny responsibility for the worldwide pandemic that has killed nearly 600,000 of our fellow Americans? I don't think so.

Carson City road report for April 19 to 25, 2021

Carson City road report for April 19 to 25, 2021

Nevada lawmakers advance bill against organized harassment

Nevada lawmakers are now considering whether to make people who undertake organized harassment — commonly known as doxxing — legally accountable for their acts.

Katie Johnson: Quick, easy and vegetarian fajitas (recipe)

I am going to share my vegetarian fajita recipe. This is a quick and easy recipe that is done in the oven on a sheet pan. It can easily be modified to include a meat or seafood of your choice.

Carson High senior, first-generation American set for Ivy League

Carson High School senior Cristian Garcia Perez will be headed to Hanover, New Hamshire where he will be attending Dartmouth College.

Jim Valentine: Using a backup offer

In our current dynamic market there is a lot of competition such that no matter how quick or good your actions are, you can miss out on a property that you want to buy. When that happens all is not lost. Talk to your agent about making a backup offer.

Past Pages for April 17 to 20, 2021

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Nevada to get $361 million in federal child care grants

Rep. Susie Lee, D-Nev., announced Thursday that Nevada will receive two grants totaling $361 million to keep child care providers on the job.