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Ken Beaton: We have to go out, but we don’t have to return

Coastie men and women travel into stormy waters to rescue people in the sea

Update: Carson City Sheriff's Office recovers stolen plumbing truck

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a stolen plumbing truck. The truck was taken from the area of State Street and Handelin Road in Carson City on Aug. 15. The truck has Nevada plates 527ASC.

Sisolak tours mental health facility

Gov. Steve Sisolak toured the National Alliance of Mental Illness of Western Nevada’s facility Wednesday.

Estate Sale

Estate Sale on Aug. 20-21

Millions for child mental health OK’d by lawmakers

Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro said she will commit to finding the money to make the expansions permanent.

Carson High’s band finds ‘fun’ in fundamentals

Getting into the right rhythm is about more than the music, Carson High School’s new Blue Thunder members said.

Garage Sale

Garage Sale on Sat, Aug 27th

Flat-track motorcycle racing returns to Fuji Park

Four sessions of pro and amateur racing set for Aug. 26-27, including the return of the first-responder challenge

Carson City staff exploring rock art policy

Land ethics took center stage during a joint meeting of the Parks and Recreation Commission and Open Space Advisory Committee.

Save Mart pharmacy closures affecting Carson City

Save Mart is closing its pharmacies in Carson City and is transferring pharmacy customers to Walgreens.

Past Pages for Aug. 17 to 19, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair begin next week

Tickets available for musical entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights

The days are ticking away for the first day of the annual Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair. The 2022 festival and fair kick off on Aug. 26 at the Churchill County Fairgrounds with the major musical acts performing at the Rafter 3C Arena.

Community Bulletin Board for Aug. 17

If you’re a member, your plan should be to visit Churchill County Museum from 1-3 p.m. You’ll get to partake in a raffle, book sale and get to meet our new director, Mel Glover.

Churchill County School Trustees tackle a number of issues

Board listens to information on instruction, staffing, safety

Trustees received a report on current staffing as well as other items at the Aug. 10 Churchill County School Board meeting.

Birth announcements

BANNER CHURCHILL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL To Kelsey Sharp and Jeffrey Schwartz, Kamryn Jo Schwartz, born July 6, 2022, weighing 6 pounds and 13 ounces.

West named NVO's first chief strategy officer

Churchill County grad formerly served as CEO of the Nevada Builders Alliance

Aaron West, a 1989 Churchill County High School graduate, has been hired as NVO Construction’s first chief strategy officer, the company announced.

Bighorn News: Important Back to School Information

School Supply List are now Available: Complete school supply lists are now available online at The Uniform Store Hours As a reminder all kindergarten through eighth-grader students need to wear Universal brand uniforms. These may be purchased through Oasis Academy, bottoms and tops. Approved Logo wear tops are also permitted. Ninth and 10th-graders need to wear Oasis approved logo wear or a college shirt/sweatshirt.

Bombay black cats are the bomb

Dear reader, it is National Appreciate Black Cats Day, and I would like to share a cat tale with you. Mr. Wolf, short for Steppenwolf, came into my life by chance. He was black with golden eyes; gorgeous, and sleek. He was also bossy, naughty, and a brat. After adopting me, he never left my side.

The Nevada Traveler: A visit to the ghost town of Rochester is worth the effort

It’s difficult to believe that about a century ago, a nearly continuous string of mining camp structures once stretched for more than two miles through Rochester Canyon, which is located about 10 miles southeast of Interstate 80 at the Oreana exit.