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Carson City Rotarians to learn about CASI Programs

Carson Animal Services Initiative founder and chair Lisa Schuette will be the guest speaker at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting.

Nevada Wolf Pack returns to action Friday at Utah State

The Nevada men’s basketball team (14-7, 9-5 MW) plays its first game in nearly three weeks when it takes the floor Friday in the series opener at Utah State’s Dee Glen Smith Spectrum in Logan, Utah.

Nevada Wolf Pack baseball hosts UNLV on Saturday, Sunday

The Nevada baseball team is looking to carry momentum from its opening weekend as it will open Mountain West play against in-state rival UNLV.

Wolf Pack women’s basketball completes sweep of Utah State

The Nevada women’s basketball team claimed a 73-60 win Thursday night over Utah State to complete the two-game regular season sweep.

Push to reopen Legislature grows as staff offered vaccines

People who work in the Nevada Legislature were offered access to their first rounds of coronavirus vaccines on Thursday, almost one month into the 2021 legislative session.

Sports books buoy northern and small market win in January

Fueled in part by an extra week of football action, Nevada sports books recorded their fourth-highest win of all time in January.

Carson High junior third at American Legion speech contest

Ryan Soulier a junior at Carson High School placed third in the State American Legion High School U.S. Constitutional Speech Contest, at Western Nevada College on Feb. 20.

Letters to the Editor for February 24, 2021

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal for Feb. 24, 2021

35 COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday; vaccinations for 65 and older start March 1

Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 35 new cases and 49 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.

Carson City seeks input on the draft 2021-25 strategic plan

Carson City is updating the city’s strategic plan which includes the vision, mission and goals that drive the work of the Board of Supervisors and the city manager for the next five years.

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Las Vegas schools announce phased return to classrooms

All Las Vegas-area middle and high school students can return to classrooms for hybrid in-person instruction in phases rolled out after the youngest pupils go back to campuses next week, school administrators said Wednesday.

Carson City superintendent ‘confident’ in return to school this fall

The Carson City School District soon will mark a year of operating under a pandemic that changed daily school operations and academic growth in ways no one expected, Superintendent Richard Stokes reported in his State of the District message Tuesday, but he remains “confident we will be back in school this fall.”

Joe Santoro: Can Nevada Wolf Pack return to form?

The Mountain West men’s basketball season, it appears, will come down to a five-way cage match between the Nevada Wolf Pack, Boise State Broncos, San Diego State Aztecs, Colorado State Rams and Utah State Aggies.

Nevada's Cortez Masto makes reelection bid official in video

U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto released a video Wednesday announcing that she's seeking reelection in 2022.

FAA switching to new air traffic patterns in Las Vegas area

New air traffic patterns are going into effect in Southern Nevada as part of a switch to satellite navigational guides in what the Federal Aviation Administration calls its "NextGen" modernization to improve efficiency and safety.

Dennis Cassinelli: Memories of things around Elko

Elko is known for gold mining in the areas around Carlin where millions in gold have been recovered.

Bill would expand and increase penalties for deceptive trade and scam calls

Attorney General Aaron Ford is asking lawmakers to make price gouging a crime during a state of emergency or disaster declaration.