Stories for October 2019


Thursday, October 31

Daisy Mae Moyle

Daisy Mae Moyle May 22, 1919 ~ October 26, 2019

Anthony "Tony" Francis Green

Anthony "Tony" Francis Green Anthony (Tony) Francis Green passed away in the early morning hours of 29 October from natural causes at the Carson-Tahoe Regional Medical Center. He was 57 years old.

Peter "Vince" V. McMahon

Peter "Vince" V. McMahon 1938 ~ 2019 Peter "Vince" V. McMahon, age 81, of Dayton, NV was called to join his love in Heaven on October 24, 2019.

Olga Marie (Giovacchini) Larson

Olga Marie (Giovacchini) Larson April 22, 1932 ~ October 20, 2019 Olga Marie (Giovacchini) Larson passed away Sunday, October 20, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada at the age of 87.

Bread recipe handed down five generations, by Richard Bragiel

The colors have changed, the air has become cool and crisp, the days are getting shorter and in the blink of an eye fall has arrived. For me that can mean only one thing; it is time to dust off the baking pans, dig out old recipe cards, preheat the oven and let the baking season begin.

Update: Carson City man turns himself in

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect using counterfeit money. The suspect used a counterfeit $100 bill on Oct. 3 at The Glass Shop in Carson City.

White powder found at Legislature in Carson City not dangerous

The Army National Guard civil support team was called to the Nevada legislative building Thursday after groundskeepers and police noticed several small piles of a white powder on the grounds and in the parking garage.

Former Nevada solicitor general breaks down at Senate confirmation hearing

President Trump’s nominee to the 9th Circuit Court broke down in tears at his Senate confirmation hearing this week after the American Bar Association declared him unfit for the post.

Carson City schools, supervisors OK resource officers deal

Carson City Sheriff’s Deputy Daniel Henneberger is going back to school soon with the help of a School Safety Grant. He said he looks forward to spending time with kids again.

University of Nevada, Reno president to resign in June

University of Nevada, Reno President Marc Johnson will transition to the faculty this summer following more than eight years as university president, according to a media release.

Time for Nevada Wolf Pack to change coaches? No, Joe Santoro says

Sports fodder... Good news, Nevada Wolf Pack football fans. The bleeding should now be over. Your Wolf Pack won’t likely lose another game this season by 25 or more points.

Marbella Hair Salon celebrates grand opening Saturday

Marbella Hair Salon hosts its grand opening Saturday at 2 p.m. at 1817 N. Carson St. Yamila Perez, owner of Marbella, and her business partner Olivia Edralin each are licensed cosmetologists with more than 15 years of experience in the business.

Judge dismisses bid to outlaw all Nevada brothels

U.S. District Judge Miranda Du has dismissed the lawsuit seeking to make prostitution illegal in Nevada.

Carson City Nissan dealership to open next week

Car buyers will have a new option in Carson City. The Nissan dealership on South Carson Street is opening its doors next week. The business is owned by Chris Russell, who operates three other Nissan dealerships in Idaho and Washington.

Wolf Pack Notebook: ‘We have all the confidence in the world that we can run the table,’ QB Carson Strong says

Jay Norvell said on Monday that this Nevada Wolf Pack football season feels a lot like last year. “We were 4-4 at this time last year, too,” the Wolf Pack coach said on Monday.

Staybridge Suites groundbreaking Nov. 6

Another hotel is coming to Carson City. A Staybridge Suites hotel is being built by Metcalf Builders Inc. The hotel is holding a ground breaking at 972 Retail Court on Nov. 6.

New NCAA recruiting calendar hits Las Vegas hard

LAS VEGAS — Sin City had long been the epicenter of high-level amateur basketball. Hundreds of club teams descended upon the city every July, coaches from nearly every Division I program following to watch them.

Past Pages for October 30 to November 1, 2019

Wednesday 150 years ago Crazy. — Eugene Lefever (a French man confined in the Nevada Penitentiary for the Crome of manslaughter) has been declared insane. A commission of doctors consisting of Messrs. Thompson, Tjader and Munckton have given official opinion that he is Non Compos Mentis. His insanity partakes of a murderous character, ands only idea seems to be, to take a bucket or two of blood from some old man to slack his thirst. He has made two attempts on the warden and his officers, but failed. Steps have been made to take him to Stockton. Crazy convicts are not good things to have in the Nevada State Prison.

Day of the Dead celebration at Nevada State Museum in Carson City

One of Northern Nevada’s most popular cultural events – annual Day of the Dead Community Celebration – returns Friday and Saturday to the Nevada State Museum with a plethora of family friendly activities

Wednesday, October 30

45th annual Nevada Day Rock Drilling competition offers unique experiences

Tobin Rupert and Jeff Cooper aren’t strangers to the Single Jack Rock Drilling World Championships hosted annually at the Nevada Day parade. The 45th annual event brought perfect weather Saturday, setting the stage for contestants from all over the nation to try to drill the deepest hole they can in 10 minutes.

Carson City prison inmate faces new murder charge

Robert Rowland, who is serving life in prison for murder, was transported from Northern Nevada Correctional Center to the Carson City Jail on Monday to face new murder charges.

‘A team like us’ — Nevada Wolf Pack hosts New Mexico

Bob Davie doesn’t believe there are all that many differences between the Nevada Wolf Pack and New Mexico Lobos.

Carson High out to spoil Douglas High’s postseason chances

Week 10 offers Carson High a chance at finishing the year on a positive note and responding to a heartbreaking loss to Wooster last week.

Nevada gaming win tops $1 billion for fifth time this year

Nevada gaming win topped $1 billion in September — the fifth time it has done so this calendar year. The total of just under $1.1 billion is a 6.8 percent, $67.7 million increase compared to September 2018.

Nevada First Lady Kathy Sisolak’s inaugural ball gown joins Nevada State Museum collection

Nevada First Lady Kathy Sisolak’s inaugural ball gown is now in the state’s museum collection. “It is an honor to donate the dress and become a part of Nevada history,” said Sisolak on Wednesday.

Bethlehem cross country runners 13th at nationals

This past weekend, Bethlehem Lutheran School of Carson City sent its boys cross country team to compete in the National Lutheran Cross Country Championships held at Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin.

Nevada Pharmacy Board in midst of investigation, major shake-up

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday announced he has ordered a major shake-up of the state Pharmacy Board after discovering that body has failed for more than a decade to conduct legally-mandated background checks on those seeking licensing.

Oasis Academy looks toward the future

Oasis Academy is looking to the future as it begins to explore options for building a new campus within the next four to five years, said school officials.

Fallon Food Hub gives customizable options to farm food boxes

CSA farms, or farms that sell seasonal farm box subscriptions to local consumers, have struggled to attract and retain customers in recent years due to increased competition and changing consumer demands.

Harold’s Club or bust

For more than a half century, a trio of gaming establishments dominated the downtown Reno scene with the clanking of their slot machines, dealers shuffling cards at the 21 tables or patrons shouting bingo.

8-0 and perfect in league

WINNEMUCCA — Hard-hitting, pad-popping, smash-mouth prep football took center stage Thursday night in Winnemucca as league-leading Fallon rolled into town on Senior Night and faced a hungry Lowry team determined to knock off the undefeated Greenwave.

JROTC cadets each earn $200k scholarships

Two Churchill County High School Junior ROTC students have each received $200,000 college scholarships to the universities of their choice.

STEM students see the light

Churchill County Middle School students who showed their entrepreneurial spirit now see the light.

Do pets enjoy Halloween costumes?

I never realize how big Halloween is for dog and cat lovers. According to the National Retail Federation, it is estimated that 16 percent of American’s plan on dressing their pets in costumes and will spend approximately $1.5 billion.

Trillo wins 3A regional tennis title

Fallon crowned a regional tennis champion and will also send a doubles team to this week’s state tournament in Las Vegas.

High-octane blues comes to Fallon

The Selwyn Birchwood Band delivers high-octane blues — at once deeply rooted, funky and up-to-the-minute. Birchwood makes his Fallon debut on Nov. 16 at the Oats Park Art Center. In addition to the center beginning a 8 p.m., a free conversation with the artist is at 3 p.m.

Lady Wave volleyball clinches playoff spot, Bighorns split pair

The Lady Wave volleyball team picked up a crucial and season-extending win over the weekend.

Spring Creek, Elko shut out Fallon boys soccer

Spring Creek ruined Fallon’s start to its road trip into Elko County 6-0 shutout over the Wave on Thursday as the Spartans scored five goals in the first half — four coming in the first 15 minutes of the contest.

$1.3 billion lithium mining project takes shape

HUMBOLDT COUNTY — Lithium Nevada’s Thacker Pass project recently announced the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has deemed its Plan of Operation complete.

Sisolaks ready for first Halloween at Governor’s Mansion

Gov. Steve Sisolak says the Governor’s Mansion is all ready for a huge crowd of kids looking for treats Halloween night. It’s a long-standing Nevada tradition that the governor and First Lady greet trick-or-treaters on Halloween. He said they’re expecting upward of 2,000 visitors.

Tuesday, October 29

Jeanne Ora Richmond

Jeanne Ora Richmond July 25, 1945 ~ Sept. 30, 2019

Tricia D. Coleman

Tricia D. Coleman Tricia D. Coleman, 48, of Carson City, passed away October 20, 2019.

Ronald Gutzman

RONALD GUTZMAN, 84, of Carson City passed away October 23, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Stephen Arthur Hedeman

Stephen Arthur Hedeman, 73 of Carson City, passed away on October 29, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 775-888-6800.

Anthony (Tony) Francis Green

Anthony Francis Green (Tony), 57, of Dayton, NV, passed away on October 29, 2019. Arrangments are in the care of Fitzhenry's Funeral Home, 775-882-2644.

Senator volleyball closes 2019 campaign on Senior Night

Without a postseason spot to play for, Carson High volleyball knew its season was ending Tuesday night against Douglas on the Senators' Senior Night.

Carson girls soccer sees season end on Senior Night

Carson girls soccer got a chance to celebrate its seven seniors Tuesday night right as temperatures began to plummet against Douglas.

Joe Santoro: Nevada Wolf Pack offense missing in action

Jay Norvell wants to take the blame for the Nevada Wolf Pack’s shrinking Air Raid offense. “I’m just going to take the bullet on that whole thing,” Norvell said this week.

Construction crew finds remains along Dayton Valley Road

Lyon County authorities are investigating human remains found in the 200 block of Dayton Valley Road on Monday.

In Plain Sight Marketing brings home nine awards for excellence in public relations

Carson City based In Plain Sight Marketing was honored with nine awards for excellence in public relations and community excellence by the Sierra Nevada Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America at the organization’s annual event last week.

Leslie Cain: 7 ‘new parent’ guidelines to buying a house

Deciding where to live can be a challenge, and even more so when you want to find the best home and neighborhood for your children. If you are a new parent looking to buy your first house or your next home, here are seven important features to consider:

Eagle’s View Open Space favored as name for newest Carson City property

A recent Carson City land acquisition may soon be called Eagle’s View Open Space. The Open Space Advisory Committee this week voted to recommend the name to the Board of Supervisors for 206 acres between Ash and Vicee canyons purchased last year from Gerald and Luann Hamm.

1 dead after early morning crash closes Hwy 50 in Churchill County

One motorist was killed and another has life-threatening injuries as a result of a three-vehicle crash Tuesday morning at the intersection of Sheckler Cut-off and U.S. Highway 50 (Reno Highway), reports the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Creation seminar by publishers of Creation Illustrated Magazine

The publishers of Creation Illustrated magazine, which readers call “The Christian answer to National Geographic,” will conduct a Creation Seminar focussing on object lessons, facts, and life-changing parables covering each day of the Creation week at chronicled in the book of Genesis.

Sponsors sought for annual Boys & Girls Clubs sweatshirt giveaway

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada is seeking sponsors for its annual sweatshirt giveaway for every member of their Carson City and Carson Valley locations. Local donors receive their logo or name imprinted on the back of the sweatshirts as a thank you for their support.

Student art exhibit at annual Día de los Muertos event

The Nevada State Museum will host a Day of the Dead celebration this weekend from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. As part of the event and celebration, Carson High School ceramics students from teacher Alisa Kuniya’s class and third graders from Bordewich Bray Elementary School will exhibit Día de los Muertos masks and altars.

Nevada Supreme Court dismisses injunction blocking use of execution drug

The Nevada Supreme Court this week dismissed the argument over whether the state could use the drug midazolam to execute Scott Dozier.

Monday, October 28

Rev. Morton Walden "Wally" Crandall

Rev. Morton Walden "Wally" Crandall Dec 14, 1955 - Oct 23, 2019

Anna Louise Darden

Anna Louise Darden Dec 4, 1938 - Oct 24, 2019

June J. Elliott

June J. Elliott, 97, died October 26, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Wendell L. Ward

Wendell L. Ward, 64, died October 24, 2019 in Dayton, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

George Wayne Scott

George Wayne Scott May 20, 1958 - Oct 17, 2019

Northern Nevada artists featured in 25th anniversary show

Artists from Carson City, Minden and Gardnerville will be featured at the 25th annual Northern Nevada Artisan Show and Sale Friday and Saturday in Reno.

Interior wild horse update sought by members of Congress

RENO — Congressional Democrats are demanding the Interior Department produce an overdue report on plans to manage wild horses roaming federal lands in the West after the head of its public lands agency told reporters it will take $5 billion and 15 years to get overpopulated herds under control.

Man arrested with 15.9 grams of meth, says Carson City Sheriff’s Office

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. WEDNESDAY At 11:37 p.m., Raymond Peterson, 54, was arrested on drug charges outside the Wells Fargo Bank on William Street. His vehicle was searched after deputies were told he was on alternative sentencing with no drugs or alcohol conditions. The search revealed signs of alcohol and meth. He was charged with violating suspended sentence conditions, possession of meth and paraphernalia as well as prescription drugs without a prescription. Bail was set at $7,000.

Mountain West Rankings: When a win feels more like a loss to the San Diego State Aztecs

The San Diego State Aztecs did not feel like winners on Saturday night in Las Vegas. “We ought to be celebrating but we’re not,” Aztecs coach Rocky Long said after a 20-17 win over the UNLV Rebels. “I don’t know if that’s right or wrong. It’s probably not right.”

Marilyn Foster: Much of Americana history was made in Pennsylvania

One of America’s most iconic cities is Philadelphia, the very heart of so much of our nation’s history. Not to visit this city at least once would be a shame, for the history of America was literally written here.

Reno Fire seeks state funding to purchase protective gear

After a lengthy discussion, the Interim Finance Committee postponed a vote on the Reno Fire Department’s request for state money to buy protective vests and other ballistic gear for first responders.

Board approves Stokes to draft purchase agreement on Snyder property

The Carson City School Board on Tuesday gave its approval for Superintendent Richard Stokes to draw up the purchase agreement on the 1600 Snyder Ave., church property in the amount of $5.67 million.

No one shows up to oppose Nevada unemployment insurance rate decrease

Given that the Employment Security Division is planning to lower unemployment insurance tax rates, it probably wasn’t a surprise that no business owners showed up at a workshop on the proposal Wednesday. The workshop is held annually before the rates for the coming year are approved to give businesses a chance to comment and/or object.

Brewery Arts Center hosts Evening with the Divas in Carson City

The divas are back and are ready to give Carson City goose bumps. The Brewery Arts Center is hosting the second-annual Evening with the Divas on Nov. 2 at the BAC Performance Hall. This year, the event features four Northern Nevada performers: Christina O’Neil Bourne; Cinday Sabatini; Khailiah Cage and Misty Rea.

Sunday, October 27

Western Nevada College News & Notes: Benjamin Miller enjoying role of leading student body

The secret is out. Current Associated Students of Western Nevada President Benjamin Miller became involved in student government at Western Nevada College so he could wear the Willy the Wildcat mascot costume.

Nevada lawmakers approve gift of 160 acres to expand Mason Valley Wildlife area

The Interim Finance Committee on Thursday gave final approval for the Wildlife Department to accept a gift of 160 acres of land adjacent to the Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area outside of Yerington.

Jim Valentine: When to object to change

When it comes to change in areas it is amazing how people react sometimes. They seem to forget that where they live was once a change for the area residents at that time. What gives them the right to close the gates now? We have seen this for years since the tax laws changed in 1987 and the flood gates were opened for the Exodus of California. They come here and are going to save us from ourselves. There is a time and a place for change and things must be taken as a whole in the overall context, not just for you and your interests.

Nevada attorney general cautions teens to protect themselves online

Deputies from the attorney general’s Consumer Protection Bureau are visiting area high schools to convince more teens to protect their personal information when they go online.

Saturday, October 26

Senior menus for the week of October 28, 2019

Note: Menus for week of Oct. 28 subject to change without notice. Choice of beverage included. Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive:

Photo gallery: 2019 Nevada Day activities

Scenes from the 2019 Nevada Day activities in downtown Carson City. Photos by Adam Trumble and Steve Ranson.

Carson City Road Report for Oct. 28-Nov. 3

The following information applies to the period of Oct. 28-Nov. 3: Road closures expected at the following locations due to road/utility work:

Carson City Senior Center parking lot to close for repaving

The Carson City Senior Center’s west parking lot will be closed starting Monday, Oct. 28, for repaving. Construction is expected to take at least three weeks.

Gruden likes Houston QB Watson’s game

HOUSTON — Ask Oakland’s Jon Gruden about Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson and he sounds more like the president of Watson’s fan club than an opposing coach. “Everybody that meets Watson likes Watson,” he said. “I get accused of liking everybody ... but if you don’t like Deshaun Watson, you don’t like anybody. You’re a miserable human being if you don’t like this kid. The room lights up when he walks in.”

John Bullis: Is it time to give some stock to charity?

If you are likely to do itemized deductions on your 2019 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, maybe it is time to consider giving some common stock that has gone up in value. The fair market value of the publicly traded stock on the day of the gift is an additional income tax deduction for charitable contributions.

Carson City Library board has vacancy

The Carson City Library Board of Trustees has a vacant position. The spot is open due to a resignation and the term ends in June 2020.

Roger Diez: And then there were eight ...

It took two tries at overtime, but the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race at Kansas last Sunday finally determined who will advance to the Round of Eight in the 2019 championship playoffs. Denny Hamlin’s win secured him a berth in the next round and extended his season win count to five, second only to Martin Truex Jr.’s six victories. But Kyle Busch’s third place finish in Kansas, combined with his chart-topping stage point tally, puts him at the top of the standings for the Round of Eight with 4,046. His Joe Gibbs Racing teammates occupy the next two spots with Truex at 4,042 points and Hamlin at 4,037.

Past Pages for October 26 to 29, 2019

Saturday 150 years ago The Railroad was engaged all day Sunday in getting ready the ties for laying Yerington’s promised mile and half track yesterday. It is getting to be quite the fashion for our people to spend the holidays in riding over the new track.

Undefeated 49ers get measuring stick game against Panthers

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Coach Kyle Shanahan’s tenure in San Francisco began with a lopsided loss to the Carolina Panthers. The rematch on Sunday between the 49ers (6-0) and Panthers (4-2) will show how far San Francisco has come in two-plus years under Shanahan.

Friday, October 25

Daniel James Wheeler

Daniel James Wheeler June 28, 1951 ~ October 20, 2019

Janet Marie Dorman Moser

Janet Marie Dorman Moser Dec. 11, 1937 ~ Oct. 10, 2019

David Davies

DAVID DAVIES, 63, of Carson City passed away October 8, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Albert S Porter

ALBERT S. PORTER, 73, of Carson City passed away October 21, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Funerals & Cremations, (775) 882-4965.

JT Draper

JT DRAPER, 71, of Dayton passed away October 21, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Virgilio Bucchianeri

VIRGILIO BUCCHIANERI, 81, of Virginia City passed away October 20, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Carson High girls cross country 3rd at league meet, boys 4th

RENO — The Carson High girls cross country brought home third place at the Sierra League meet Friday afternoon in Reno at Rancho San Rafael Park.

Senator Square: Carson High cycling brings home awards

Bittersweet moments happened at the last mountain bike race of the season in Truckee, Calif., where Senators Cycling went home with a myriad of awards. Elsa Harrison placed first in the race and earned first overall in the league for freshman girls. Hailey Osborne took fourth place for the race, earning second overall for eighth grade girls, and Leah Card placed first in the league. Carson’s Eric Billings finished fifth for the last race. Joshua Fox placed second for the final race, and Sylis Chalmers took first place for the Tahoe race for sixth grade boys. Freshman Bennet Card placed third overall.

Dayton native part of Navy’s electronic warfare effort

OAK HARBOR, Wash. — Airman Sydney Cates, a native of Dayton, joined the Navy to be a part of a tradition of military service.

Nevada Artists Association to celebrate gallery’s 40th anniversary

Nevada’s art scene is getting ready for one of its biggest local celebrations, a real “whoopee” party since Carson City’s Nevada Artist Association took shape, according to local painter and resident Pat Holub.

Carson City man finds Nevada Day Treasure Hunt medallion

Chris Peternell of Carson City found the 2019 Nevada Day Treasure Hunt medallion about 5:30 p.m. Thursday night. Peternell, a longtime Nevada Treasure Hunt participant, finally had some in-family bragging rights.

Carson City forum will focus on transportation

Sierra Nevada Forums is looking at statewide transportation in November. On Nov. 12, the group is hosting “Transportation Electrification in Nevada” at 6 p.m. at the Brewery Arts Center’s Performance Hall.

14 animals adopted at Carson City inmate training program

The Bureau of Land Management and the Nevada Department of Corrections-Silver State Industries conducted a saddle-trained wild horse and burro adoption event Oct. 19 at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City. All 14 animals showcased at the event were adopted.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue 14

Today’s Clue No. 14 Cruz by the buffer From Howell’s memorial Next to the wetlands But steer clear of arboreal

Thursday, October 24

Carson's comeback effort falls short against Wooster

Down 18 in the fourth quarter, Carson's offense found nearly everything it had been looking for this season and put Wooster on the brink Thursday night.

Kent R. Martinelli

Kent R. Martinelli March 12, 1924 - October 9, 2019

Betty Lee Stanford

Betty Lee Stanford Jan 22, 1931 - Oct 21, 2019

Barbara Joy Mott Mott

Barbara Joy Mott, 87 of Carson City, passed away on October 22, 2019, arrangements are in the care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations. 888-6800

Naomi Ruth Yepez

Naomi Ruth Yepez, 91 of Carson City, passed away on October 20, 2019, arrangements are in the care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations. 888-6800

Census seeking workers to canvas in Northern Nevada

The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for a few good men — and women. Nationwide, the Census needs to hire about 500,000 census takers in order to properly count every resident in the country. A spokesman said the positions provide a perfect opportunity to earn some extra cash while helping count everyone living in your community.

Carson Middle School music teacher receives Milken Educator Awards award

Carson Middle School teacher Nicolas Jacques nearly skipped to the beat of his students’ music Thursday when he was announced as a 2019-20 recipient of the Milken Educator Awards.

Carson City health inspections for September 27 to October 4, 2019

Carson City Health Department’s food-service inspections for Sept. 27 to Oct. 4. A, B or C grades are given based on the inspection score, which starts at zero. Points are added for each violation. Note: Low-risk factors are noted but not factored into scoring, although restaurants are still required to correct them.

Opening delayed for Estee’s newest Carson City restaurant

Nevada Day revelers will have to wait to celebrate inside Carson City’s newest restaurant. Cucina Lupo, the new Italian eatery from chef Mark Estee going in at 308 Curry St., will be opening early next month. When the restaurant change was made public last month, Estee said he hoped to open Cucina Lupo’s doors before Nevada Day after a quick remodel of the space.

Carson City school district to receive federal violence prevention grant

The U.S. Justice Department has awarded $85.3 million in grant funding to address school violence nationwide — including $190,803 to the Carson City School District.

BOO-nanza set for Carson City Community Center

Dress up and get an early taste of Halloween at Carson City’s BOO-nanza Oct. 29.

Eric Musselman takes pace from Nevada Wolf Pack to Arkansas

Eric Musselman’s Nevada teams played an up-tempo style predicated on crisp passing and 3-point shooting. The Wolf Pack certainly had success with it, earning three straight trips to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in program history.

Joe Santoro: How many more ‘last’ chances for Nevada Wolf Pack’s Malik Henry?

Sports fodder... It sure didn’t take Malik Henry to, well, remind us that he is Malik Henry.

Carson City rifle range to get full-time coordinator

A range coordinator is expected to start Oct. 25 at the Carson Rifle and Pistol Range. The full-time position is new and was added to oversee the facility and ensure a range safety officer is available during operating hours.

Missouri fugitive nabbed in Carson City, sheriff’s office says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. TUESDAY At 9:24 a.m., a 31-year-old housing inspector was charged with domestic battery 1st offense after deputies responded to an apartment on Pratt Avenue following a call by neighbors reporting a couple fighting upstairs. Bail was set at $3,000.

Ex- Nevada Wolf Pack coach Mark Fox starts rebuilding at Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. — First-year California coach Mark Fox tells his team time and again about the importance of investing and attacking.

Observatory director to talk about French astronomer, legacy

Nearly 240 years have passed since Charles Messier created a catalog that made it easier for astronomers to observe objects in space.

Nevada jobless below 3 percent in multiple counties, below 4 percent statewide

Nevada’s unemployment rate dipped below 3 percent in counties including Reno/Washoe County where the rate finished September at 2.9 percent.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue 13

Thursday’s Clue No. 13 Riding on the stage He earned his fame Drving the Tribune editor Becoming part of Twain’s game

Wednesday, October 23

Mariel T. Donohue

Mariel T. Donohue, 89, died October 21, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Olga M. Larson

Olga M. Larson, 87, died October 20, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation Burial 775-882-1766.

Mary A. Horine

Mary A. Horine, 89, died October 21, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Tricia D. Coleman

Tricia D. Coleman, 48, of Carson City, passed away October 20, 2019. Walton's Chapel of the Valley is trusted with arrangements. 882-4965

Former Wolf Pack player, Criswell, preps for NBA G-League draft

For former Nevada Wolf Pack basketball player Tyron Criswell, the NBA G-League draft Saturday will represent a chance to excel at one final level. Criswell, who has been playing professionally overseas for the last few years, spent two years with the Nevada Wolf Pack where he was named MVP of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) as Nevada became the first Mountain West school to capture a CBI title.

Willow Bill visits local classrooms, helps kids build holiday displays

If you missed “Doggie Deer Daze” this past Saturday, you missed a chance to be part of a genuine Carson City experience.

Coalition seeks donations for Wreaths Across America

FERNLEY — The Nevada Veterans Coalition is seeking donations for this year’s Wreaths Across America remembrance, which will be conducted at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Fernley on Dec. 14.

Carson High needs to beat Wooster to keep postseason hopes alive

As far as Carson High football is concerned, the postseason started this week.

Nevada Wolf Pack needs bounce back against physical Wyoming

Jay Norvell knows what to expect from the Wyoming Cowboys.

Nevada Day Roller Derby tournament returns to Carson City

The second annual Nevada Day roller derby tournament will be held this weekend at the Carson Community Center. The “Battle for the Silver Skate 2019” is hosted by the Carson Victory Rollers. It will feature not only Nevada teams but women’s teams from Idaho and California.

Tennis teams compete in regionals; volleyball and soccer results

The Greenwave boys tennis team, which lost to Incline, 12-6, in the team regional tournament, sends a pair of singles players and doubles teams to this weekend’s tournament in Truckee.

CCSO announces promotions, swearing in

Two deputies with the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office have recently been promoted.

What exactly is a dead cat bounce?

The Dead Cat Bounce is the name of our Murder Mystery, which will be presented on Saturday at the Convention Center. I didn’t realize that “dead cat bounce” is actually a stock-broker term that is used to describe stock market conditions.

Oasis Academy earns top scores based on star-rating system

Oasis Academy finished the 2018-2019 school year with top numbers based on the Nevada School Performance Framework (NSPF) that evaluates schools with rankings based on a star-rating system.

Faculty, students participate in science conference in Las Vegas

From Oct. 7 to 9, the Nevada IDeA (Institutional Development Award) program sponsored a Western Regional science conference in Las Vegas. WNC faculty and students attended via the INBRE (IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence) program and gave a poster presentation.

The 20th century expansion to the West

The United States entered into a new era of developing the West in the early 20th century. The expansion of the railroad brought thousands of people to the West, and the invention of the automobile gave people an opportunity to be more mobile in their journeys.

Commissioners opt out of national opiate litigation

Churchill County commissioners voted Oct. 16 to opt out of a nationwide negotiation class involved with national prescription opiate litigation and join a statewide group.

2019 Nevada Day Parade lineup

Carson City Sheriff, First Responders, & Mayor Carson City search and Rescue Douglas County Sheriff

Fallon shuts out Sparks on Senior Night

Greenwave quarterback Elijah Jackson put an exclamation mark on his final regular-season home game before Fallon ends the Northern 3A season next week before playoffs.

Carson City School Board approves purchase of Snyder property for $5.67 million

The Carson City School Board on Tuesday moved to authorize Superintendent Richard Stokes to begin producing a purchase agreement document to offer the seller of 1600 Snyder Ave. at the requested total of $5.67 million.

Judge Russell as Nevada Day Parade grand marshal is a family tradition

For District Judge James Todd Russell, being grand marshal in the Nevada Day Parade is a family tradition. He said he’ll ride this year along with his wife Jeanne and two grand daughters in a 1915 Ford.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue 12

Today’s Clue No. 12 Demanded by the populace After it failed to surge

Past Pages for October 23 to October 25, 2019

Wednesday 150 years ago The Sutro Tunnel Barbecue came off as per program on Tuesday. Mr. Sutro struck the first pick into the face of the tunnel and Dan DeQuille put in the next one. It rained during the ceremony; but the good omen of a rainbow appeared just after. The barbecue was a failure, with the roasting process being clumsily done.

Tuesday, October 22

Braulio Escoto

Braulio Gunnar Escoto April 17, 1964 ~ Oct. 11, 2019

Marilyn Wren

MARILYN WREN, 88, of Carson City passed away October 20, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

William "Bill" Abbott

William "Bill" Abbott, 52, of Carson City passed away October 18, 2019. Walton's Chapel of the Valley is trusted with the arrangements , 775-882-4965.

Cristina Ramirez Macias

CRISTINA RAMIREZ MACIAS, 47, of Carson City passed away October 19, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Carson High’s Karen Beglin fifth at state golf

LAS VEGAS – For the second year in a row, Carson High’s Karen Beglin brought home a fifth place finish at the NIAA 4A Girls State Golf Tournament.

Nevada joins nationwide investigation of Facebook

Attorney General Aaron Ford has joined in what is now a 47-state investigation into possible anti-trust violations by Facebook.

Case of Carson City man accused of killing 4 headed for Supreme Court over grand jury indictment

The Nevada Supreme Court will hear arguments Nov. 5 on whether the Washoe County Grand Jury had the legal right to indict Wilber Martinez-Guzman on two counts of murder that happened in Douglas County. That panel also indicted him on two counts of murder committed in Reno.

Carson City schools’ students partner for science

American entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker Jim Rohn wrote, “My mentor said, ‘Let’s go do it,’ not ‘You go do it.’ How powerful when someone says, ‘Let’s!’”

Virginia company targeting businesses in school sports scam

A Virginia company is contacting local businesses in Carson City asking for “sponsorships” for materials to benefit Carson High School. However, according to Carson City School District, this company has no real affiliation with the school nor the district.

Nevada Wolf Pack makes another change at quarterback – Henry out

The Nevada Wolf Pack is making yet another quarterback change.

Nevada Wolf Pack is bad and still could win a title, Joe Santoro says

The Nevada Wolf Pack is not a very good football team right now.

A lot to get in your suitcase

Last week was like an overstuffed suitcase that busts open on the baggage carousel. A lot was unpacked in a surprising and disorderly fashion.

Judge allows Nevada to amend suit over removal of plutonium

RENO — A federal judge agreed Monday to allow Nevada to amend its lawsuit against the U.S. Energy Department as the state tries to force the agency to remove weapons-grade plutonium it secretly shipped to a site near Las Vegas.

Nevada Nuclear Projects director says he won’t miss Rick Perry

The man leading Nevada’s fight to block the Yucca Mountain nuclear dump issued a statement Friday making clear he won’t shed any tears over the departure of Rick Perry as President Trump’s Department of Energy secretary.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue 11

Today’s Clue No. 11 1000 wasn’t enough But don’t be weary

Monday, October 21

Ryan Paul Juhasz

Ryan Paul Juhasz Sept 1, 1997 - Oct 9, 2019

Patsy Marvell Beghtel

Patsy Marvell Beghtel Nov. 30, 1941 ~ Oct. 18, 2019

Elfrieda E. Ohrdorf Patrick

Elfrieda E. Ohrdorf Patrick Dec 19, 1921 - Sept 30, 2019

Dave Candia

Dave Candia Dave Candia passed away Monday Night, October 14th, 2019 at the age of 41.

Daniel R. Tharp

Daniel R. Tharp, 60, died October 12, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial, 775-882-1766.

Gary B. Laurie

Gary B. Laurie, 79, died October 17, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial, 775-882-1766.

Anthony (Tony) Charles Martin

October 31, 1946 ~ September 19, 2019 Anthony (Tony) Charles Martin, 72, passed away peacefully on September 19, 2019 after a brief illness.

Nevada Notebook: Wolf Pack on track for most penalties this century

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story has been changed to reflect Tuesday’s announcement at Malik Henry will not be playing this week.

Nevada proposes hazardous waste regulation changes; hearing Nov. 13

The state Division of Environmental Protection has set a Nov. 13 workshop on proposed changes to the hazardous waste regulations.

Public urinater attacks deputies, Carson City Sheriff’s Office says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. FRIDAY At 8:45 a.m., Andrew Brunson was arrested on multiple felony counts after deputies responded to an address on Carson Street for a report of some one urinating in public. The arrest report says when approached, he assaulted three deputies with an iron rod, hitting one deputy in the head. He was charged with three counts of battery with a deadly weapon, assault with a deadly weapon and indecent conduct. Total bail was set at $110,500.

Education grant will install Wi-Fi on Nevada school buses

The Nevada Department of Education has awarded $150,000 to four rural counties to install Wi-Fi on their school buses.

Nevada crushes East Bay in Alford’s coaching debut

RENO — The University of Nevada men’s basketball team used several runs to down Cal State East Bay, 81-52, in an exhibition game Saturday night at Lawlor Events Center.

Mountain West rankings: Air Force will ‘choke you out’

The Air Force Falcons are suffocating their Mountain West opponents.

Carson City school board to vote on Snyder Avenue purchase Tuesday

The Carson City School Board will vote to authorize Superintendent Richard Stokes to negotiate a purchase agreement for the property at 1600 Snyder Ave. in an amount not to exceed $5.67 million at its next meeting Tuesday night.

Sunday, October 20

Carson City birth announcements for September 28 to October 10, 2019

Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center To Betty Wagers and Clint Christensen of Carson City, Owen Daniel Christensen, born Sept. 28, 2019, weighing 7 pounds and 8 ounces.

Bright runs for 2 TDs as Utah State beats Nevada 36-10

LOGAN, Utah — Gerold Bright had 126 yards rushing and two scores on 15 carries, Savon Scarver had a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, and Utah State beat Nevada 36-10 in the snow on Saturday night.

Nevada could face $100M in damages to state prison guards

RENO — Nevada could be on the hook for up to $100 million in damages and unpaid wages after prison guards scored a major victory in a long-running legal fight with the state Department of Corrections, a lawyer for the guards says.

Mexican instructors get training at Western Nevada College

Mechatronics training in the Automation and Industrial Technology Center at Western Nevada College has gone international this week.

Open enrollment for Affordable Care Act health insurance begins Nov. 1 in Nevada

Open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act begins in just two weeks. In Nevada, not only do consumers have more choices this year, Silver State Health Insurance Exchange Director Heather Korbulic says the process should be more transparent because Nevada is no longer working through the federal exchange at Nevada has transitioned to its own state-based exchange at

Greater Nevada Credit Union announces Dietrich as CAO

Greater Nevada Credit Union has named Mike Dietrich as chief administrative officer. Dietrich will oversee digital services, information technology and cybersecurity and the people services department, which includes people resources, training, staffing and administrative services for GNCU as well as its wholly owned subsidiaries, Greater Nevada Mortgage and Greater Commercial Lending.

Don’t become victim to home repair scams; hire the right contractor

Being a homeowner requires ongoing efforts to repair, replace and upgrade the infrastructure of our homes that keep us comfortable every day. Failure to do so could result in unwelcomed and costly situations that might have been prevented with regular check-ups by a licensed Nevada contractor.

Saturday, October 19

Margaret Louise (Pug) Leshikar

Margaret Louise (Pug) Leshikar Jan 29, 1930 - Oct 14, 2019

Senior menus for the week of October 21, 2019

Note: Menus for week of Oct. 21 subject to change without notice. Choice of beverage included. Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive:

Energy slips as Bishop Manogue topples Carson girls soccer

After a 3-2 win over Bishop Manogue earlier in the season, a 4-1 loss to the Miners on their home field didn’t help the Carson girls soccer team’s playoff aspirations.

Carson boys soccer surrenders early lead, ties with Bishop Manogue

Carson High boys soccer couldn’t have asked for a better start to open its Sierra League contest against Bishop Manogue Saturday, scoring twice within the game’s first 10 minutes.

Nevada Sens. Cortez Masto, Rosen applaud nomination of Togliatti to federal court

Nevada’s U.S. Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen have issued a statement applauding the nomination of Jennifer Togliatti to the federal district court bench.

Roger Diez: Talladega: Exciting (and unpredictable) as always

Last weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race at Talladega was as exciting and unpredictable as always. Ryan Blaney propelled himself from likely elimination from the playoffs into a guaranteed spot in the round of eight. His 0.007 second win over Ryan Newman was the sixth-closest finish in NASCAR history. Blaney’s win came at the expense of previous Talladega winners like Brad Keselowski and teammate Joey Logano, who had dominated at the track in recent years.

Sierra Lutheran High School alum gets call to serve

That moment when the boss calls to offer you your first job, your first real job, is a memorable one. So just imagine how Taylor Negrete felt when he not only got a call, but The Call, from The Boss.


Today’s Clue No. 10 A lone prince sharing A president’s name Claimed the number

Past Pages for October 19 to October 22, 2019

Saturday 150 years ago To the Public of Carson: The undersigned have been contemplating, for some time past, the feasibility of introducing a Dancing School in Carson, and have received such encouragement from many young ladies and gentlemen the they have decided to open a school. Dances to be introduced include The German, Prince Imperial, Horse Guards and Caledonians, also some fancy dances.

Carson City Road Report for October 21 to 27, 2019

The following information applies to the period of Oct. 21-27: Road closures expected at the following locations due to road/utility work:

Friday, October 18

First half showing leads Damonte Ranch to win over Carson

RENO – There was plenty of positive takeaways for Carson High football and head coach Blair Roman in a 40-0 loss to Sierra League-leading Damonte Ranch on Friday.

Pamela Rogers

PAMELA ROGERS, 69, of Dayton passed away October 14, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Yoshiko Johnson

Yoshiko Johnson Oct 5, 2019 Yoshiko Johnson was 92 years old when she died at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center.

Jon McCarty

JON MCCARTY, 81, of Wellington passed away October 15, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Greenhouse Project benefit scheduled Nov. 11 in Carson City

The 11th annual Celebrity Chef & Harvest Dinner, to benefit The Greenhouse Project, takes place Monday, Nov. 11 at the Governor’s Mansion, Nevada Room.

Lori Bagwell to run for Carson City mayor in 2020

Carson City Supervisor Lori Bagwell announced her intention to run for mayor of Carson City in the 2020 election. “As a member of the Board of Supervisors for five years, a volunteer for various charities, civic committees and a former small business owner, I am well aware of the challenges facing the people of Carson City as well as the government,” Bagwell said.

Senator Square: Carson High School HOSA Future Health Professionals winners announced

The results of the CHS HOSA Future Health Professionals career display winners are in, and the first-place winners are Faith Luis and Ava Ponczoch, second-place are Millie Arroyo and Julia Kaiser and third-place winners are Brooklyn Robertson and Nick Batien.

Nevadans invited to help set housing, development priorities

Nevadans in Carson City and rural areas are being urged to attend two upcoming meetings to help set priorities for federal housing and community development grant funding.

Trick-or-treating set for Oct. 31, 2019, in Carson City

Trick-or-treaters will take to the streets in the capital city like everywhere else in the U.S. — on Halloween. For the last decade, Halloween has been celebrated on the traditional Oct. 31.

Nevada Guard aviation deploys for 9-month mission

RENO – Fourteen years after the unit first deployed to Southwest Asia, the soldiers in the Nevada Army Guard’s Bravo Company, 1/189th Aviation once again began a foreign mission to the same general location.

Prep Roundup: Carson High girls soccer stumbles against Galena

Galena put up four goals in the first half on its way to a 7-0 win over the Carson High girls soccer team Tuesday.

Carson City man’s lawyers want trial in 4 killings pushed to 2021

RENO — Lawyers for a Salvadoran immigrant charged with four Northern Nevada homicides want to postpone his trial to determine whether he has an intellectual disability that makes him ineligible for the death penalty if convicted.

Lompa Ranch development could impact Carson High School’s junior varsity baseball field

Discussions continue with the Carson City School District regarding North Lompa Ranch developer Blackstone Development Group Inc.'s proposal to provide access from the northern part of its land to U.S. 50.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 9

Today’s Clue No. 9 For these dry kidneys All should be grateful They play a nurturing role

Thursday, October 17

Joanne Musselman Evenson Cash

Joanne Musselman Evenson Cash Sept. 29, 1937 ~ Oct. 13, 2019

Mary Louise Crossley

Mary Louise Crossley 1934 - 2019

Carson High volleyball falls to Bishop Manogue in straight sets

The Senators were more competitive with the Miners in their second meeting of the season Thursday at Carson High, but Bishop Manogue left with a straight set win 25-18, 25-17, 25-18.

Carson City Sheriff’s canine unit appreciates Carson City Toyota’s assistance

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office Canine Unit greatly appreciates the generosity of Carson City Toyota. Year after year, Carson City Toyota has provided donations to the unit, which has been used to promote the health and training of our canine partners.

Three lawyers submitted for Washoe County judicial vacancy

The Commission on Judicial Selection has submitted three lawyers to the governor for appointment to the vacant family court seat in Washoe County.

Multifamily housing project planned for Brown Street site in Carson City

Another apartment development could be coming to Carson City. The project is planned by Dwight and Sandra Millard, who were the only bidders on land auctioned by Carson City on Thursday.

Advances have made managing diabetes easier than ever

Love it or hate it, technology affects almost everything we do throughout our daily routine. Whether we experience the benefits of using a tablet to browse the internet or use apps on a mobile device to navigate around a city, we are constantly enjoying the benefits of living in the digital age.

Nevada Highway Patrol Association files for collective bargaining rights

The Nevada Highway Patrol Association has filed for recognition as the collective bargaining union for Nevada’s state employed peace officers.

Carson City Public Works cleaning up linear ditch

It’s hard to see the ditch for the weeds. For several weeks, Carson City Public Works will be cleaning out the linear ditch that runs parallel to the linear park or path starting at Roop Street next to Governors Field.

Judge blocks Trump energy rules that could harm sage grouse

BILLINGS, Mont. — A U.S. judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration from easing rules on mining, drilling and grazing across millions of acres in seven Western states, saying such activities left unchecked were likely to harm a struggling bird species.

Joe Santoro: Expectations for Nevada Wolf Pack basketball?

The Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team, for some unknown reason, thinks the conference’s media has disrespected them.

Man shooting out windows of cars with BB gun arrested on obstruction charge, says Carson City Sheriff’s Office

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. WEDNESDAY At 2 p.m., a 43-year-old was arrested at an apartment in the 1900 block of Carson Street after deputies were called on a report of someone shooting the windows of vehicles in the parking lot with a BB gun. He was arrested after initially giving deputies a false name and charged with obstruction. Bail was set at $500.

Double the fiddle, double the fun at Carson City Celtic Music Series

Carson City will get a double dose of fiddle on Saturday, when Fiddlers2 open the Celtic Music Series hosted by the Brewery Arts Center.

Carson City Montessori school interested in Snyder Avenue site

As the Carson City School Board prepares to vote on purchasing the property at 1600 Snyder Ave., on Oct. 22, Superintendent Richard Stokes announced at the Oct. 8 meeting a possible new interest from Carson Montessori School in leasing the former church facility.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 8

Today’s Clue No.8 Eleanor V.’s husband Gets all the fame

Wednesday, October 16

Janet Moser

Janet M. Moser, 81 of Carson City, passed away on October 10, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

James Neil Love

James Neil Love, 90 of Carson City, passed away on October 16, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

Daniel Jacob Pierce

Daniel Jacob Pierce, 13 of Gardnerville, passed away on October 8, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

Philip Lee Thompson

Philip Lee Thompson Sept 12, 1946 - Oct 14, 2019

Thomas Sanos

Thomas Sanos. 76, of Dayton, passed away on October 7, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

Senators power past Galena on Senior Night

There wasn't much room for more drama Wednesday night for the Carson boys soccer team's on Senior Night.

AG Ford joins coalition opposing limits on access to asylum process

Attorney General Aaron Ford has joined the multi-state coalition opposing the Trump administration’s limits on access to the asylum process. The rule states that people arriving at the southern border seeking asylum have to have applied and been denied protection in at least one other country they crossed through before arriving at the U.S. border.

Carson City Ormsby House back on the market

The project proposed at the Ormsby House will not close escrow on Thursday. “I received a cancellation from the buyer on Thursday of last week and that the Ormsby House is back on the market,” Kim Fiegehen, who represents the sellers, told the Nevada Appeal.

Ensuring Sarah Winnemucca has her day at Capitol in Carson City

Oct. 16 is Sarah Winnemucca Day, as declared by former Gov. Brian Sandoval on what is believed to be her birth date. To honor her, Dianna Maria de Borges, who for years has played the Paiute princess in Chautauqua assemblies, placed flowers at the feet of her statue in the Nevada Capitol.

Carson High a decided underdog at Damonte Ranch

It’s not a secret to anyone on the Carson High School football team who the favorite is Friday when the Senators head to Damonte Ranch for a 7 p.m. kick.

Utah State quarterback will challenge Nevada Wolf Pack

The Nevada Wolf Pack knows all about Utah State Aggies quarterback Jordan Love. “We have a problem on our hands this week,” Wolf Pack safety Austin Arnold said.

Terrain no match for rock crawling train

Call it showdown in Dead Truck Canyon. Volunteers who turned out to help clean Prison Hill in Carson City managed to pry a stuck Jeep off the hill in addition to picking up 1,000 pounds of trash.

Nevada gambling bosses move to bar Wynn from casino industry

LAS VEGAS — Nevada’s gambling regulators have filed a complaint against former casino magnate Steve Wynn that could bar him from ever working in the industry in the state.

Carter Eckl: Appreciation for being near home again

There’s about 1,000 different things that have reminded me of home since I started working and living in Northern Nevada in the last two months. Being within 30 minutes of Lake Tahoe, the mountains, the entire valley cooling off at night – even living with a good friend from high school.

Carson City woman faces prison in sports book scheme

Two people admitted to felonies Monday in connection with a $1 million sports book betting scheme. Richard Fuentes Jr., 43, and Ashley D. Dean, 32, were arraigned in Douglas County District Court.

Caravan to WinterWondergrass kicks off Thursday

It’s time to catch up with the WinterWonderGrass community at their annual Caravan to Wonder Grass. Three events will be held from Oct. 17-19 with a dinner and two free shows from Midnight North.

If recession hits, Nevada in good position, Carson City crowd told

When is the next recession coming? “That’s the question everyone wants the answer to,” David Schmidt, chief economist, Research and Analysis Division, Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation told members of the Carson City Chamber of Commerce at its monthly luncheon Tuesday.

The railroad transformed both Nevada, USA

A feat as worthy as man walking on the moon 50 years ago came almost one century before that monumental achievement when East met West.

Attention! Rising stars in Fallon

Be prepared for fireworks at the debut of The Dead Cat Bounce on Oct. 26 at the Fallon Convention Center. This year’s CAPS Murder Mystery has a star-studded cast that you won’t want to miss. It’s amazing how talented our director, actors and actresses are. If you have attended past productions you know how much fun and delightful the show will be. That said, I would like to introduce our cast.

Greater Nevada Credit Union opens Fernley branch

Greater Nevada Credit Union hosted a community event celebrating the grand opening of its new Fernley branch on Oct. 1.

Lewis cancels Saturday performance at Barkley Theater

Grammy Award-winning musician Laurie Lewis has cancelled her Saturday performance in Fallon. She was scheduled to appear with her band at the Barkley Theater.

JOP weighs in on Nevada court ruling

The Nevada Supreme Court opinion saying domestic battery defendants have the right to a jury trial has left justice courts around the state struggling to figure out just how to implement the order.

Show ‘n Shine

South Maine Street transformed itself for a Show ‘n Shine Show of classic automobiles and trucks last week. Steve Ranson / LVN photos

Oasis Academy upsets Tonopah, Fallon drops pair to Truckee, Fernley

The Lady Bighorns volleyball team notched its biggest win of the year, a five-game upset over Tonopah on the road on Saturday.

Stacey Montooth excited for challenge of leading Nevada Indian Commission

When Stacey Montooth walks among the striking stone buildings dotting the Stewart Indian School grounds, she’s filled with a swirl of emotions. “It’s such a beautiful setting and it’s so serene at times, it’s hard to believe that there were such atrocities that took place out here,” Montooth, a member of the Walker River Paiute Tribe, said in a recent interview. “Babies were stolen from their families (and put in the school), kids were beaten … the history is so dark.”

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 7

Today’s Clue No. 7 Link brick and ox With hay and shoes

Past Pages for October 16 to October 18, 2019

Wednesday 150 years ago The Railway. — We took a ride yesterday on the cars from Carson through Empire to the Brunswick mill — nearly. The distance is somewhat over six miles. The work of laying the track is progressing very rapidly, nearly or quite a mile a day.

Tuesday, October 15

Sharon Goodson

Sharon Goodson 1951 – 2019

Linda Hiebert Sekuguchi

Linda Hiebert Sekiguchi Was known and enjoyed here in nevada and all around the world.

Reed Johnson

REED JOHNSON, 71, of Carson City passed away October 12, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Tiova Susan Porter

TIOVA SUSAN PORTER, 72, of Carson City passed away October 5, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Funeral & Cremation, (775) 882-4695.

Edgar R. Sanders

Edgar R. Sanders, 91, of Carson City, passed away October 12, 2019. Walton's Chapel of the Valley is trusted with arrangements, 775-882-4965.

Mary Crossley

MARY CROSSLEY, 85, of Carson City passed away October 11, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

TiOva Porter

TiOva Susan Porter Nov 8, 1946 ~ Oct 5, 2019

Beglin wins 4A Northern Region individual title

Carson's Karen Beglin took home her second 4A Northern Regional individual title Tuesday after posting a 2-under 72 round on day two to best the rest of the field by 10 strokes.

$75,000 workforce development grant secured

The Western Nevada Development District, in collaboration with JOIN Inc., has successfully secured a Nevada Department of Education Grant for Career Bound NV, a new division that focuses on workforce development by providing work-based learning experiences to K-12 students.

Joe Santoro: Malik Henry gives life to Nevada Wolf Pack season

Malik Henry might need to work on his nickname.

Fallon score early, often against Elko

The Greenwave didn’t disappoint this year’s Hall of Fame class that was introduced before Friday’s kickoff.

Prep roundup: Carson competes at high-level XC meet, Dayton boys soccer misses out on upset bid

Competing on the same stage as the top programs in California, Carson High School cross country runners logged 18 personal record times Saturday at the 41st annual Asics Clovis Invitational in Fresno.

Carson City prescription drug round-up set for Oct. 19

The next prescription drug round-up is 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 19 in front of both Save Mart Supermarkets, Smith’s Food & Drug Store and FoodMaxx.

New ‘Welcome to Nevada’ signs going up on U.S. 395

The Nevada Department of Transportation is installing new “Welcome to Nevada” signs at both locations where U.S. 395 enters the state. A spokesman said preliminary construction began Oct. 7 near Topaz Lake south of Gardnerville. The monument was completed Tuesday.

Has tech made moving nukes safe enough? Depends whom you ask

RENO — The plutonium core for the first atomic weapon detonated in 1945 was taken from Los Alamos National Laboratory to a test site in the New Mexico desert in the backseat of a U.S. Army sedan.

Extreme wildfires are transforming Sierra Nevada forestlands into shrublands

Sierra Nevada forests are losing plant diversity due to high-severity fires, according to a study from the University of California, Davis. These fires are turning patches of forest into shrub fields — indefinitely, in some cases.

Information sought in rash of Carson City vehicle thefts

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division is asking for information in several vehicle burglaries in Carson City for the month of October.

DeBug Computer: Malicious software – Is your computer protected?

Better known as malware, malicious software is defined as software that has a malicious effect or was developed with a malicious intent. Malware can cause significant slowdowns of your systems, corrupt file data and steal private information. And, just like technology, new malware is being released constantly. It can seem nearly impossible to keep up with, but with some simple knowledge and tools, you can protect your computer from being infected.

Survey: Nevada roads good but too many midday fatalities blamed on alcohol

A statistical survey funded by the insurance industry says Nevada has some of the nation’s best roads and bridges. But the same analytical group says the Silver State also has one of the worst drunk driving fatality rates during that it called “brunch hours” — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 6

Today’s Clue No. 6 East of Eden His holdings were broad

Feds release $40 million for Virginia Street project in Reno

The Federal Transit Administration has released a $40.4 million Capital Investment Grant to fund the Washoe Regional Transportation Commission’s Virginia Street project. Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen, both Democrats, along with Rep. Mark Amodei, a Republican, announced the decision this week.

Monday, October 14

Harold Langston

Harold L. Langston Oct 28, 1946 - Oct 7, 2019

Phillip Arthur Zamora

Phillip Arthur Zamora Nov 28, 1939 - Sept 27, 2019 Phillip Arthur Zamora – Born November 28, 1939 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Ceri Danyale Bowen

Cheri Danyale Bowen March 6, 1972 - Oct 12, 2019 Cheri Danyale Bowen, long time resident of Fallon, passed away October 12, 2019 at her residence in Stillwater, with her family by her side.

Mary Chada

Mary Chada Jan 24, 1927 - October 5, 2019

Kevin McNally

Kevin Clay McNally, 65 of Carson City, passed away on October 5, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

Vernon Calhoun

Vernon Joseph Calhoun July 2, 1935 - March 1, 2019

Schulz Ranch Park, Carson City’s newest, holds ribbon cutting on Wednesday

Carson City’s newest park is officially opening Wednesday. A ribbon cutting on the Schulz Ranch Park, the first new park in 12 years, is being held at 5:30 p.m. Following the ribbon cutting a movie, “Hotel Transylvania” will be shown starting at 6 p.m.

Capital City Community Band sets Nevada Day concert in Carson City

The Capital City Community Band, under the direction of Nick Jacques, will present its annual Nevada Day concert at 2 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 26 in the Capital Amphitheater.

Nevada Wolf Pack notes: ‘Ultimate confidence’ and ‘peanut butter and jelly’

Brandon Talton continues to amaze his Nevada Wolf Pack teammates and coaches.

Salvation Army of Carson City, Douglas County sets open house to promote services

The Salvation Army of Carson City and Douglas County is holding an open house Oct. 24 to spread the word about its services. The group moved a year ago into its new, bigger location at 911 E. 2nd St. where it offers a food bank with new commercial-size refrigerator, church services, and youth programs.

Commissioners meet Wednesday afternoon

The Churchill County Commission will meet Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the commission chambers, 155 N. Taylor St. Agenda items include the following:

4 arrests at motel drug call, Carson City Sheriff’s Office says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. FRIDAY At 10:40 a.m., Ann Marine Southern, 36, was arrested after managers at Smith’s reported some one doing drugs in a car in the parking lot. She was charged with possession of meth and heroin and paraphernalia as well as possession of prescription drugs without a prescription and burglary for taking more than $300 worth of items including groceries from the store. Bail was set at $28,500.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office seeks help identifying Wendy’s robbery suspect

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect in a robbery that happened Sunday night at Wendy’s restaurant, 4140 S. Carson St.

Mountain West rankings: What’s wrong with Fresno State?

The Fresno State Bulldogs are looking in the mirror. “We need to look inward,” Bulldogs linebacker Mykal Walker said after an eye-opening 43-24 loss at Air Force this past Saturday. “We’ve got to look at ourselves.”

Carson City supervisors consider bids for Brown Street property

The Board of Supervisors on Thursday will consider bids to buy property on Brown Street owned by Carson City. In 2013, Western Nevada HOME Consortium transferred the property to the city after plans to build an affordable housing project there fell through. Carson City held on to it, hoping to attract another affordable housing project, but was told by developers the property was too small.

Carson Tahoe Health Foundation receives $10,000 donation from Sierra Nevada Realtors

The Carson Tahoe Health Foundation recently received a $10,000 donation from the Sierra Nevada Realtors. The donation was raised through the Sierra Nevada Realtors participation in Carson Tahoe’s annual Hopefest event and through the annual Cornhole for a Cause competition.

Jim Valentine: Customizing your home

One of the joys of owning your own home is the ability to customize it the way you want to. When you rent somebody else’s home you are limited as to what you can do to make the environment what you want, but as an owner you can do anything you want to your home as long as you don’t violate local building codes.

Nevada Attorney General’s Office strives to fight national human trafficking issue

The Nevada Attorney General’s Office is pushing to be at the forefront of a national effort to eliminate human trafficking in the Silver State.

Thomas the Tank Engine coming to Virginia City

Day Out with Thomas: The Steam Team Tour 2019 will take place in Virginia City on Oct. 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27

Education and public safety team for school safety summit

The state Departments of Education and Public Safety are partnering to present the second annual summit on school safety. The event will run from Tuesday, Oct. 22 through Thursday, Oct. 24 at Whitney Peak Hotel on North Virginia Street in Reno. The sessions start at 7:30 a.m. each day and runs until 5 p.m. The event is free.

Sunday, October 13

Betty June Rau

Betty June Rau June 8, 1932 ~ October 6, 2019

Carson City’s Kivi completes Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force airman Christian Kivi graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Nevada Museum of Art curator discusses Justin Favela in Carson City

Wednesday, the Capital City Arts Initiative will present a public talk, “Why Did You Choose Justin Favela?” by Nevada Museum of Art’s curator JoAnne Northrup.

Carson High student designs logo for 2020 Computer Science Summits

The Nevada Department of Education and the Regional Professional Development Programs presented Makayla Mueller, a junior at Carson High School, with an award for designing the logo for the 2020 Computer Science Summits.

Western Nevada College News & Notes: Artist receptions set for Oct. 15 and Nov. 6

The community is invited to attend receptions for artists on Tuesday and Nov. 6 at the Main Gallery in WNC’s Bristlecone Building on the Carson City campus. This fall, Jennifer Garza-Cuen has been showing photography from her “Eden” exhibit as part of a larger series titled “Imag(in)ing America” in the Main Gallery. Garza-Cuen will talk to attendees during her reception from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Leslie Cain: Planning to downsize?

As we move through the different stages of life, most of us will at some point face the decision to downsize. While the thought of moving from a house that has become your beloved home can be extremely unsettling, there is a good chance that making a change will bring you new and exciting opportunities.

Parkway Terraces in Carson City sold for $40.75 million

Commercial real estate firm CBRE recently announced the sales of a pair of multifamily complexes in Northern Nevada, with both transactions totaling nearly $100 million. According to an Oct. 1 news release from CBRE, Aiman Noursoultanova, a senior vice president with the firm’s Reno office, brokered the sale of Parkway Terraces, a 176-unit multifamily property in Carson City.

Saturday, October 12

Senior menus for the week of Oct. 14, 2019

Note: Menus for week of Oct. 14 subject to change without notice. Choice of beverage included. Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive:

Carson City road report for October 14 to 20, 2019

The following information applies to the period of Oct. 14-20: Road closures expected at the following locations due to road/utility work:

Nevada Supreme Court orders new trial in attempted murder case

The Nevada Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for James Vincent Banks on attempted murder charges, ruling the district court made two reversible errors in the case.

49ers thrilled with Nick Bosa through 4 games

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The San Francisco 49ers had high expectations when they drafted Nick Bosa with the second pick in the draft. Through just four games, he may have already exceeded those expectations.

Texas native finds life helping other veterans in Northern Nevada

Life’s hard knocks banged early on Shane Whitecloud’s door.

World traveler Raiders are in contention at the bye

After starting a 48-day stretch without a true home game with another lopsided loss in Minnesota, the Oakland Raiders looked destined for yet another losing season. Coach Jon Gruden’s team responded well instead of spiraling out of control and put together the best back-to-back games since he returned to the sideline last season.

Marilyn Foster: Amazing outdoor experiences await in Norway

When I think of Norway, I think of those cute little garden gnomes, the ones with those little red hats and white beards called nisse. These mischievous gnomes are part of the Scandinavian culture and you can learn much more about this fascinating country on a Collette Vacations tour scheduled for July 10 a beautiful time to experience this amazingly scenic country.

John Bullis: W-2 for owners of S corporations

There is time to be sure a 2019 W-2 for an owner of more than 2% of an S corporation is correct. The rule is clear. The W-2 must show in Box 1 (Wages subject to income tax) the cost of medical insurance premiums for the owner. The cost of the medical insurance is not subject to Social Security, Medicare or FUTA (unemployment) Taxes and is not to be included in the amounts in Boxes 3 and 5 of the W-2.

Roger Diez: Two-day shootout finishes up Fernley racing

Fernley 95A Speedway is hosting the final race of the season tonight and Sunday with the traditional October two-day shootout. In years past local drivers have dueled with racers from California, Oregon, Utah, and other states for money and bragging rights. IMCA Modifieds, B Modifieds, Hobby Stocks, and Gen-X are on the schedule to race both days. Racing action is scheduled for 6 p.m. this evening and will resume at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets are $14 for adults and $8 for kids 6-12. Kids five and under are free.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 5

Today’s Clue No. 5 The southeast is a match For both your destination

Past Pages for October 12 to 15, 2019

Saturday 150 years ago The return game of base ball between the Silver Star and Virginia Clubs — The Carson Boys Victorious! We received a dispatch yesterday afternoon from Theodore Hale, who went up to Virginia to witness the match game of ball, as follows: “Carson Club victorious. Fifty four to seventeen.” Just as we predicted. How about that “rarified air,” Bro. Lynch?

Friday, October 11

21 Advance from Korn Ferry Tour Qualifier at Dayton Valley, Nilehn Low Qualifier at 16-under, Reno’s Virden Qualifies

DAYTON — Fredrik Nilehn, Lubbock, Tex., fired a final round 9-under par 63 to finish as low qualifier at 16-under 272 for the tournament and lead a group of 21 qualifiers who advance from Stage One Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying at Dayton Valley Golf Club.

Douglas High drops heartbreaker at Galena

RENO — The 2019 football year may go down as the year of the Galena Grizzlies. Galena is 2-0 in Sierra League play after defeating Douglas, 25-24, on Friday night. Last week Galena topped Carson, 6-3. Two wins by a total of 4 points.

Patricia Frankie Reinhardt

Patricia Frankie Reinhardt May 7, 1924 ~ Oct 2, 2019 Patricia Frankie Reinhardt, 95, passed away October 2nd at home surrounded by her family in Reno, NV

Shirley A. Keller

Memorial Service for Shirley A. Keller March 29, 1935 - Aug 8, 2019

Michele R. Roach

Michele R. Roach, 60, died October 8, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Doris Jean Schmid

Doris Jean Schmid Oct. 8, 1929 ~ Oct. 2, 2019 Doris Jean Schmid, 89, of Carson City passed away on October 2, 2019.

Miners ground game rolls through Carson football

Bishop Manogue spread around its offensive wealth Friday night in a 45-7 victory over Carson High football in Carson.

Dayton Valley Golf Course offers chance at Korn Ferry Tour

The First Stage Korn Ferry Tour qualifying tournament held at Dayton Valley Golf Course this past week is one of 12 chances in 2019 for golfers from all over the world to advance one step closer to making it to the PGA Tour. In the field at Dayton were players that hailed from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, France and nearly every corner of the United States.

Senator Square: Club opportunities everywhere at Carson High School

CHS has many opportunities for students to become a part of something bigger than just themselves, not that making a name for oneself is a bad idea or anything, but it is up to the student to step on up, come on in and check them out.

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak forms task force to investigate the marijuana industry

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday announced plans to form a multi-agency task force to investigate issues surrounding the legalized marijuana industry. He said he was outraged by news that a Ukrainian national attempted to influence Nevada’s elections to gain a marijuana license in the state.

Man arrested after sleeping on sidewalk, Carson City Sheriff’s Office says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. TUESDAY At 6:23 p.m., an 18-year-old machine operator was arrested on a contempt of court warrant after deputies saw him driving at high speed through the parking lot at Harbor Freight Tools. Bail was set at $227.

Carson Valley Pops Orchestra celebrates 20th anniversary

The Carson Valley Pops Orchestra will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a special concert at the CVIC Hall in Minden on Oct. 19.

Central Lyon Fire Protection District adds two new engines

Central Lyon Fire Protection District took possession of two new fire engines last week, ending almost a decade without an infusion of new fire suppression apparatus in the district. The two new Type 3 fire engines (also known as brush trucks) improve reliability, provide enhanced response capabilities and contain the latest technology to help meet the growing requirements of the district and the communities served

Carson City seeks input on names for public spaces

Carson City’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space department is looking for public input to name two open space areas recently acquired by the city. The properties are located on the west side between Ash Canyon and Vicee Canyon. A brief survey, map and photo of the two properties are available at

JoAnne Skelly: More on autumn watering

The nights are freezing, but the daytime temperature should reach 66 degrees today and the mid to upper 70s later this week. When the temperatures vary from freezing at night to warm days, it’s hard to know how much to water.

Harvest Train weekend coming to Carson City railroad museum

The Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City is packing a whole lot of family fun into its annual Harvest Train festivities this year. The event is the weekend of Oct. 19-20 and will include carnival-style games, a pumpkin patch, the Snap Wagon Photo Booth, Kona Ice Hawaiian Shave Ice, the West Coast Railroaders Group and their speeders, train rides and more.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 4

Friday’s Clue No. 4 While there may be three Generally they’re of no aid

Thursday, October 10

Wild Horse Children’s Theater presents ‘Frozen, Jr.’ in Carson City

Wild Horse Children’s Theater is taking Northern Nevada by (snow)storm, presenting Disney’s “Frozen, Jr.” at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall, 511 W. King St.

Bell stays steady to take third round lead in Korn Ferry Tour Qualifier at Dayton Valley

DAYTON — Robert Bell, Pierz, Minn. carded a second consecutive 2-under par 70 for an 8-under 208 total to take a one-shot lead after the third round of Stage One Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying at Dayton Valley Golf Club. Tied for second at 7-under 209 is the trio of Skyler Finnell, Carmel, Calif. with a 2-under 70, Derek Bayley, Rathdrum, Idaho also shot 2-under 70 and Frederik Nilehn, Lubbock, Tex. shot even par 72.

John S. Ricketts

John S. Ricketts, 62, died October 8, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Betty Rae Hunt

Betty Rae Hunt, 88 of Carson City, passed away on October 8, 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations. 888-6800

Carson City health inspections for September 18 to 27, 2019

Carson City Health Department’s food-service inspections for Sept. 18 to 27. A, B or C grades are given based on the inspection score, which starts at zero. Points are added for each violation. Note: Low-risk factors are noted but not factored into scoring, although restaurants are still required to correct them

Charges allege foreign funds funneled to Laxalt, Duncan

LAS VEGAS — Prosecutors in New York allege that contributions to Republican candidates for Nevada governor and state attorney general in 2018 were attempts by businessmen with ties to President Donald Trump’s lawyer and the Ukraine investigation to influence U.S. politics.

Open burning in Carson City starts Saturday

The Carson City Fire Department will allow open burning starting Saturday, Oct. 12 through Nov. 10. The purpose of the open burn period is to provide residents an opportunity to dispose of accumulated weeds and yard debris. The Carson City Fire Department will require a burn permit with a valid permit number before burning will be allowed. Permits must be obtained no less than 24 hours prior to conducting an open burn.

Celtic Music Series returns to Carson City’s Brewery Arts Center

The Brewery Arts Center is hosting the Celtic Music Series for the 2019-2020 season. The series hosts seven performances by regional, national, and international Celtic musicians from October through May.

Joe Santoro: How soon will Nevada Wolf Pack fans love Malik Henry?

Sports fodder... How long will it take for Nevada football fans on Saturday night at Mackay Stadium to shout “Oh Henry!” at the latest and supposedly greatest Wolf Pack starting quarterback?

Carson City would require special use permits if Ormsby House sells

The project proposed at the Ormsby House will not include congregate care for residents, but would still require several special use permits for other planned uses.

Green tomato ratatouille: A perfect early fall dish

Fall is here, and we are nearing the end of the growing season in Northern Nevada. The temperatures have dipped, and although the forecast predicts a few more warm days, we are now seeing freezing temperatures overnight. So what do we do with all of the green tomatoes still on the vine?

V&T Railway ends 2019 regular season with final steam, 150th anniversary and Toast of the Canyon trains

V&T Railway will bring its event-filled 2019 season to a close this weekend with a final 150th Anniversary train on Friday, vintage steam trains on Saturday and Sunday and a Toast of the Canyon spirits train on Saturday, Oct. 12 following the steam train. The Carson City to Virginia City trains will depart Carson City’s Eastgate Depot at 10 a.m., arriving in Virginia City at 11:30 a.m. and returning to Carson at 4:15 p.m. The Toast of the Canyon train takes place immediately following the steam train’s return, beginning at 4:15 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit or call (877) 724-5007.

Carson City bus plan to add routes approved

The Regional Transportation Commission approved a plan for Carson City’s bus service that includes adding routes. The plan calls for adding one bus to the Jump Around Carson fleet that would enable two new routes.

Nevada gifted 160 acres to expand Mason Valley wildlife area

The Nevada Board of Examiners voted Tuesday to accept a gift of 160 acres next to the Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area from the Ritter Ranch. The market value of the land outside of Yerington is estimated at $192,000 and it is right next to the wildlife area already owned by the state.

Traffic fatalities increase in Carson City, Douglas County

Statewide road and highway fatalities are down significantly through the first nine months of this year.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 3

Thursday’s Clue No.3 Copious and researched Join the hunt For this dweller

Wednesday, October 9

Nevada Artists Association celebrating 40 years in Carson City

Forty years ago, Carson City’s art and culture community experienced a massive boost when the Nevada Artists Association Art Gallery opened its doors.

Lawrence Gilbert Harrison

Lawrence Gilbert Harrison April 28, 1932 ~ October 6, 2019

Western Nevada College to host talks on Henry VIII, Panama Canal

Mike Thomas will step outside North America for his October presentations at Western Nevada College’s Jack C. Davis Observatory.

Becker jumps up to take second round lead in Korn Ferry Tour Qualifier at Dayton Valley

DAYTON — The wind blew from the opposite direction and temperatures dropped in the second round of Stage One Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying at Dayton Valley Golf Club. And players felt the effect as scores rose higher than in the first round and the veteran players in the field took advantage.

Carson City Mayor’s Arts Awards nominations due by Oct. 14

Nominations for the 2019 Mayor’s Arts Awards are due Oct. 14.

Fernley woman among 85 busted in federal drug case

A Fernley woman is among 85 people arrested in a huge federal Drug Enforcement Administration case.

‘Urgency’ the word as Nevada Wolf Pack hosts San Jose State

The Nevada Wolf Pack’s football season is at a crossroads. “In my opinion, we have a one-game season this week,” coach Jay Norvell said. “You can say that the urgency has stepped up a little bit.”

Seeliger Elementary hosts annual pumpkin patch Saturday in Carson City

Celebrating nearly three decades of turning the round, orange members of the squash family into memorable Halloween carving traditions, Seeliger Elementary School in Carson City will host its 27th annual Pumpkin Patch on Saturday.

Carson High’s defense looking to stay tough against Bishop Manogue football

It’ll be no secret to the Carson High football faithful what kind of challenges Bishop Manogue will present Friday. The Miners are 2-3 this year, but are coming off a 2018 campaign in which they fell to Bishop Gorman in the 4A state title game.

4 names to be added to firefighter memorial in Carson City

The Nevada Firefighters’ Memorial will add four names on Saturday at 10 a.m. The names of Capt. David Croston, from the Clark County Fire Department, Capt. Thelonious Adams and Battalion Chief Leroy Levitt from the Las Vegas Fire Department, and Capt. Tim Lucich, from the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District will be memorialized.

Veterans share experiences after Honor Flight Nevada

Veterans on the latest Honor Flight Nevada to the nation’s capital recalled situations in their lives after they returned home from Washington, D.C. Standing behind a 20-mm gun at the Navy Museum in Washington, D.C., Navy veteran Bruce Robison, who served aboard the USS St. Louis Brooklyn-class light cruiser during World War II, recalled a day when Japanese aircraft strafed a harbor in the South Pacific.

NDOT gathering public input on rural transit services and needs

The Nevada Department of Transportation hosted community workshops including one in Fallon last year to gather input on challenges and unmet passenger transportation needs in rural Nevada, including rural community needs for public transportation to work, medical appointments, entertainment and other venues. Public, private and non-profit transportation providers, human service agencies and citizens needing public transportation shared feedback about local and regional access to transit resources.

It’s fall and mystery is in the air

I can feel electricity charging the atmosphere because it’s time for CAPS annual Murder Mystery Theater. This year’s production, “The Dead Cat Bounce,” written by Christopher Daniels, is a deliciously devious drama that will delight divinely.

Churchill County launches redesigned website

Churchill County relaunched its website this morning with a new, modern look, better functionality and more responsive design.

DVI receives good news for awareness month

Much has happened during the past year with Churchill County’s Domestic Violence Intervention program. As DVI begins its annual awareness month, director Karen Moessner had some good news to report that will help victims of domestic violence. The Churchill County commissioners announced the fully paid-off shelter has now been turned over to DVI.

Work For Warriors Nevada to host career fair

Work For Warriors Nevada is set to host its Law Enforcement/First Responder Career Fair in Reno at Idlewild Park’s California Building on Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Greenwave Hall of Fame welcomes 3rd class this weekend

Another year, another class of outstanding accomplishments to be honored.

Volleyball: Oasis picks up 1st league win, Fallon falls to South Tahoe

The Oasis Academy volleyball team won a thrilling five-game match over Eureka on Saturday at the city-county gym, picking up its first conference win of the season.

CCSD receives school ratings from state

The Nevada Department of Education released the 2018-19 ratings of two Churchill County schools that retained similar scores from the previous assessment.

Lady Wave golf back in race for state team playoff berth

The Lady Wave golf team took advantage of its home course for its best tournament finish of the season.

Walsh grabs first round lead in Korn Ferry Tour qualifier at Dayton Valley

DAYTON — The wind tried to be the story in the first round of Stage One Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying at Dayton Valley Golf Club. But there is too much golf talent in the field of 65 players to allow that to happen even though winds gusted up to 20-25 mph late in the round.

My Place wants to be your place in Carson City

Long overdue, there’s a new place in Carson City that will be able to comfortably house visitors – and that means friends and family who want to stay more than a few days in your place – in a comfortable home-like setting. You know what Ben Franklin said about visitors staying more than three days: “Fish and visitors stink after three days.”

Group working to restore historic town where the Sutro Tunnel ends

A group of history buffs has formed the Friends of Sutro Tunnel to restore the abandoned and deteriorating remains of the town of Sutro at the base of the historic Comstock tunnel.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 2

Wednesday’s clue No. 2 Originally vulnerable The Feds on a mission

Past Pages for October 9 to 11, 2019

Wednesday 150 years ago The Orphan’s Home — The Commissioners designated by law in shape the destinies of the proposed Orphan’s Home have met organize and adjourned until January. With regard to the ten acre lot which is contemplated by the act in question we can no better than to quote the fact that the citizens of Ormsby County must donate ten acres to land situated within the city limits.

Tuesday, October 8

Tahoe/Douglas Elks hold Low Country Shrimp Broil

Sept. 21, the Tahoe/Douglas Elks held their fourth Low Country Shrimp Broil at the Elks Lodge.

Thomas Rea Hanna

Thomas Rea Hanna June 7, 1951 ~ October 4, 2019

Jacqueline "Jackie" Jaques

Jacqueline "Jackie" E. Jaques Apr 3, 1933 ~ Sep 14, 2019

Fredrick William Greve

Fredrick William Greve, 79 of Washoe Valley, passed away on October 7, 2019, arrangements are in the care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 775-888-6800.

Dorothy Ann Munro

Dorothy Ann Munro, 89 of Carson City, passed away on October 5, 2019, arrangements are in the care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 775-888-6800.

Carmen Lepe

Carmen Lepe, 89 of Carson City, passed away on October 5, 2019, arrangements are in the care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations, 775-888-6800.

Casandra M. Martinez

Casandra M. Martinez, 61, died October 4, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Perry E. Harris

Perry E. Harris, 82, died October 7, 2019 in Minden, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Robert Schroeder

ROBERT SCHROEDER, 91, of Carson City passed away October 2, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Roy Trenoweth Jr

Roy Trenoweth Jr. Oct 18, 1942 - Oct 2, 2019

Joe Santoro: How desperate is Nevada Wolf Pack’s Jay Norvell?

Jay Norvell is scaring us. Take away all sharp objects from the Nevada Wolf Pack’s head football coach. Put the men and women in white coats on alert. Norvell, it seems, is self medicating again.

Prep roundup: Carson High cross country runs in league preview meet, Dayton soccer picks up win

In what amounted to a preview of the league and region championship meets, the Carson High School girls and boys cross country teams posted fifth- and eighth-place finishes, respectively, at the Reed Invitational on Friday in Sparks.

Michael Hohl Motor Company in Carson City collecting pet food donations

Michael Hohl Motor Co., is collecting pet food donations to fill a pickup with pet food to support Pets of the Homeless throughout October. The dealership will donate all supplies to Friends in Service Helping, rural northern Nevada’s largest social services program.

Historic Nevada State Prison in Carson City needs $50,000 in work to open at museum

The historic Nevada State Prison needs roughly $50,000 in work to open its doors as a museum. Glen Whorton, president, Nevada State Prison Preservation Society, said the society has already spent about $30,000 on the site, including making one bathroom handicap-accessible. A needed ADA-compliant ramp, asbestos removal, lighting, and a hook-up to electricity, he estimated, could be completed for approximately $50,000.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 1

Four distinct spaces Within the division Examine each one Looking for your vision

Monday, October 7

Carson City man graduates U.S. Marine Corps boot camp

Pfc. Dylan Parnham, 20, of Carson City graduated from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego on Sept. 20.

Carson City teacher one of 40 nationwide in student empathy program

Fifth-grade teacher Steven Vradenburg at Fremont Elementary School in Carson City recently was selected as one of 40 teachers in the country and the only teacher from Nevada to participate in a nationwide fellowship program from Empatico.

Norvell: Malik Henry will start at quarterback for Nevada Wolf Pack

The Nevada Wolf Pack has a new starting quarterback. Again.

Volunteers in 31 neighborhoods this month conducting emergency preparedness survey

Churchill County and state emergency preparedness agencies have partnered to conduct a Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response, or CASPER, in Churchill County from Oct. 16 through 19. This survey will assess county residents’ general preparedness for emergency situations and give county leaders an idea of areas for improvement among the population.

Alatte at Carson Nugget hosting free win tasting Tuesday

Alatte at the Carson Nugget Casino/Hotel is hosting a free wine tasting Tuesday.

Jim Valentine: Are you catching the falling knife?

The Northern Nevada real estate market has been most interesting over the past two years. As the recession recovery began, demand increased, many homes had newfound equity and entered the market, and prices were as varied as the involved buyers’ and sellers’ circumstances. It was most interesting how buyers would find themselves in a multiple offer situation, but would all pull back at a certain point rather than pursue the goal in the “fish feeding frenzy” manner that we saw in the 2003-2006 time frame.

Woman charged with stabbing boyfriend, Carson City Sheriff’s Office says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. SATURDAY At 4:11 p.m., a 51-year-old was charged with domestic battery 1st offense after deputies responded to an address on Rand Avenue because of a 911 hangup. He was charged with hitting his wife after he admitted hitting her arm. Bail was set at $3,000.

Minden elementary kicks off program teaching students to ride bikes

MINDEN — Piñon Hills Elementary School Principal Jason Reid drew the curtain back Friday in the multi-purpose room and students marveled at 18 neon yellow Strider bikes lined up neatly on stage. They oohed and ahhed, wondering when they’d get their chance to learn how to ride them.

Mountain West rankings: First (Boise State) meets worst (UNLV); first is still first

The top team in the Nevada Appeal Mountain West football rankings met the bottom team this past Saturday night. And there were no surprises.

Signarama opening Carson City location

Signarama is opening a Carson City location at 1894 E. William St., in mid-October. Signarama is a franchise of the Hone Company.

Carson Tahoe Health CEO seeks ‘grassroots community focus’

Six months into his tenure as CEO of Carson Tahoe Health, Alan Garrett says the hospital, like healthcare providers everywhere, is in a state of flux, facing huge challenges and trying to find its way in an industry he says is changing rapidly.

Sunday, October 6

Carson City birth announcements for September 6 to September 25, 2019

To Katherine Williams and Beau Stevens of Carson City, Preston Werner Stevens, born Sept. 6, 2019, weighing 6 pounds and 13 ounces.

Darlene J. Flinn Hamer Cleveland Pace

Darlene J. Flinn Hamer Cleveland Pace Oct 25, 1918 - Sept 29, 2019

Dayton Valley golf course to host PGA Tour qualifying tournament for 25th straight year

Starting Tuesday, Dayton Valley Golf Club will be hosting its annual PGA Tour qualifying event for the 25th year in a row, the longest running qualifying tournament in the nation. The course first hosted a Stage One PGA Tour Qualifying event in 1995 and has continued to put on the event as the qualifying slate for the tour has changed.

Carson City’s Cafe at Adele’s will not reopen after March fire

With the closing of Cafe at Adele’s, Carson City and its community will witness the end of an era. This decision by owners chef Charlie and Karen Abowd, comes in the wake of a fire that occurred March 28, and the subsequent inability to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company that would cover reconstruction costs.

2019 Nevada Day Treasure Hunt starts Oct. 8

The Nevada Day Treasure Hunt kicks off Tuesday, Oct. 8. The annual search for the commemorative medallion and $1,000 prize will take place through Oct. 29.

Manufacturing Institute, NAM and Click Bond seek creators on Manufacturing Day

The Manufacturing Institute, the education and workforce partner of the National Association of Manufacturers, and Click Bond of Carson City are joining forces to showcase the career opportunities available in the manufacturing industry by engaging youth and recruiting them to become the next generation of manufacturers through Manufacturing Day.

Stormwater rate hike study seeks options to cover Carson City’s costs

Carson City Public Works held a meeting Wednesday to discuss upcoming changes to the city’s stormwater rates and two people from the public attended. The meeting was held as part of a process the department is going through to redo stormwater rates at the direction of the Board of Supervisors.

Saturday, October 5

Senior menus for the week of Oct. 7, 2019

Note: Menus for week of Oct. 7 subject to change without notice. Choice of beverage included. Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive:

Carole V. McClure

Carole V. McClure, 77 of Carson City, passed away on October 1. 2019, arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

John M. Gorman

John M. Gorman, 80 of Carson City passed away on September 30, 2019,arrangements are in the trusted care of Autumn Funerals & Cremations 888-6800

Deane (Dino) Lord

Deane (Dino) Lord June 18, 1940 - September 15, 2019 Deane passed away peacefully at home with family by his side.

Winners announced for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day events

The team of Jimmy Sapien, Nick Sutter, Dan Mahoney and Kevin Hughes won the golf tournament at the sixth annual Carson City Kiwanis Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day.

Carson City woman celebrates 100th birthday

Carson City resident Janice Arlene Bailey celebrated her 100th birthday Sept. 22.

Carson gets back to .500 with win over Douglas

MINDEN – Carson and Douglas boys soccer played to a near draw in the opening half before the Senators pulled away with a 3-0 win Saturday afternoon.

Douglas girls too strong for Carson

There were plenty of chances for the Carson girls soccer team to get a goal or two on the board against Douglas Saturday afternoon, but the Tigers held them off in a 3-0 win.

Carson City Road Report for October 7 to October 13, 2019

The following information applies to the period of October 7-13: Road closures expected at the following locations due to road/utility work:

Roger Diez: And then there were 12 ...

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup’s version of musical chairs eliminated four players at the Charlotte roval. Chase Elliott took his Hendrick Racing Camaro to the win, but not until overcoming a restart issue that saw him nosing into the turn one tire wall on a restart. Teammate Alex Bowman finished second but had to have medical attention after the race for heat exhaustion, as in-car temperatures approached 130 degrees. The track was modified from last year, with the addition of a chicane on the back straight and the elimination of an infield loop

Kelly Bullis: Details of recent Taxpayer First Act

With the ongoing news about never-ending Congressional investigations, one would think that the Congress and the President aren’t able to get anything done together. Not true! Example in point, the recent “Taxpayer First Act” signed into law by President Trump on July 1.

Past Pages for October 5 to October 8, 2019

Saturday 150 years ago The Early Rose Potato. Some specimens of this wonderful taber have been laid upon our table by Mr. Postmaster Small. They — the specimens — are the finest looking potatoes we ever saw. They are very large and as smooth in external texture as a Bartlett pear.

Friday, October 4

Douglas football closes out Wooster to open league play

Things got a little hairy for Douglas High football in the third quarter Friday night, but it didn't change the end result as the Tigers beat Wooster 42-22 to open Sierra League play.

Carson High football drops Sierra League opener at Galena

Rarely does the old cliche, “the game came down to 1 or 2 plays” actually stand true

Roy W. Trenoweth Jr.

Roy W. Trenoweth Jr.,76, of Carson City passed away October 2, 2019. Walton's Chapel of the Valley is trusted with arrangements, 775-882-4965.

Richard Martinez

Richard L Martinez Dec 23, 1945 ~ Sep 20, 2019

Reno OKs Indigenous Peoples Day; no more Columbus Day

The city of Reno has become the newest municipality to make the move from Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.

49ers and Browns becoming contenders after years of losing

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Three straight wins to open the season haven’t erased all the doubts that four years of losing created for the San Francisco 49ers. There was an ugly win over a perceived also-run in Tampa Bay, a blowout against overmatched Cincinnati and then a mistake-filled victory over Pittsburgh and backup quarterback Mason Rudolph.

Bears star Khalil Mack prepares for reunion against Raiders

Khalil Mack delighted the Oakland Raiders for four seasons by racking up sacks, forced fumbles and other big plays as one of the NFL’s top defenders. Now he gets the chance to torment them 13 months after the Raiders traded their most productive draft pick of this century to Chicago following a lengthy contract holdout.

Senator Square: An invitation from Carson High’s athletic director

Written by Blair Roman, CHS Head Football Coach, Athletic Director, and teacher of weights, athletics, and boys physical education.

Mile High Jazz band with Jakki Ford at Living the Good Life on Tuesday

The Mile High Jazz Band with vocalist Jakki Ford will perform from 7:30-9:30 p.m. on Oct. 8 at Living the Good Life Bistro, 1480 N. Carson St. Admission is free and donations are welcome. Dinner and late night menus are available.

New Northern Nevada veterans home provides state-of-the-art care

SPARKS — An open house for the Northern Nevada State Veterans Home on Thursday was a new chapter in state-of-the-art health care for veterans, their loved ones and Gold Star families.

Nevada Department of Education seeks input on Career and Technical Education Act

The Nevada Department of Education is asking for public input on the $1.3 billion federal Career and Technical Education Act. “The U.S. Department of Education wants to ensure that Nevada’s CTE programs of study and career pathways lead to credentials of value,” said Education Superintendent Jhone Ebert.

Carson City couple celebrates 77th wedding anniversary

Harold and Mildred McGuire will celebrate their 77th wedding anniversary on Friday. They were married on Oct. 11, 1942, in Loveland, Colo. Both are 95 and remain active in Carson City. They have one son, Donald, 75, retired, and a daughter-in-law, Linda Jean, who live in Minden.

Joe Santoro: Next up on the Nevada Wolf Pack quarterback merry-go-round?

When Jay Norvell and Matt Mumme came to Northern Nevada to be the caretakers of the Nevada Wolf Pack football team’s offense in December 2016 we thought one thing was certain.

Woman arrested on multiple charges after stealing a car, leading deputies on a chase, Carson City Sheriff’s Office says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. THURSDAY At 8 a.m., Jennila McDanlei-Schumacher, 41, was charged with burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary for stealing numerous items including jewelry and firearms from the residence of one of her hair salon customers while that person was on vacation in Hawaii. Her bail was set at $27,500.

Freeway exit numbers along I-580 in Carson City to change

Beginning Sunday, exit numbers on the Interstate 580 Carson City Freeway will change as part of a Nevada Department of Transportation project to resurface and enhance the interstate.

Student violinists to perform Saturday at Nevada Artists Association

Violinists from STRAZZ, Carson City Symphony’s advanced youth strings, will provide entertainment during the Wine Walk from 2-3 p.m. Saturday in the Nevada Artists Association (NAA) Gallery in the Brewery Arts Center main building, 449 West King St., Carson City.

Human Bean owner plans location in Carson City

The owner of a coffee kiosk in Minden is also planning a second location in Carson City. It may be a week or two before the Human Bean in Minden opens to the public, but owner Chrissy Conatser said she is excited to get the ball rolling.

Lake Tahoe skiing: Projected opening dates and what’s new for the 2019-20 season

On Sept. 17, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe posted to Instagram a 5-second video clip of some of the region’s first flurries of snow dusting the resort. In two days, the clip of mid-September snowflakes had more than 6,000 views and 60 comments — mostly, “YASSSS!” and snowflake emojis.

Thursday, October 3

Lawrence James (Larry) Callahan

Lawrence James "Larry" Callahan Oct 15, 1932 - Sept 9, 2019

Douglas High volleyball takes round one from Carson

MINDEN – All three sets showed the competitiveness between Douglas and Carson volleyball Thursday, but it was the Tigers who took all three by a final of 27-25, 25-23, 25-20.

Carson City native returns home to join Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital

Nikolai Kolupaev, a third generation Nevadan and Carsonite, knew from the time he was 8 years old he wanted to work with animals. When he was 16, he applied to work at Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital in Carson City. With no open positions available for two more years, he was finally hired at 18 in the boarding facility and quickly moved over to the hospital where he worked during his four years of pre-veterinary education, while also studying to become a veterinary technician in training prior to leaving for veterinary school. This month, he returned to Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital as Dr. Kolupaev, becoming the fourth veterinarian at the practice.

Carson City health inspections September 4 to September 13, 2019

Carson City Health Department’s food-service inspections for Sept. 4 to 13. A, B or C grades are given based on the inspection score, which starts at zero. Points are added for each violation. Note: Low-risk factors are noted but not factored into scoring, although restaurants are still required to correct them.

Employment Security Council recommends tax break for Nevada businesses

Nevada’s Employment Security Council voted Thursday to recommend giving businesses a break on their unemployment insurance rates next year. Employment Security Administrator Kimberly Gaa will hold a hearing to adopt the recommendation December 5 and is expected to agree to lower the rate by two-tenths of a percent to 1.65 percent of taxable wages.

David Theiss: Home for your tomatoes (recipe)

After the tender care of your garden all summer, fall brings the excitement of harvest and rewards for your hard work. This year tomatoes seem to have grown well and the crop is bountiful! Today I am going to suggest a pasta sauce recipe, using those luscious tomatoes, that will do justice to all the time you spent growing them!

Schulz Ranch development map approved by Carson City supervisors

The Board of Supervisors on Thursday approved the final map for a new phase of the Schulz Ranch housing development in south Carson City. The map calls for 100 single-family houses in an area zoned for 6,000-square-foot lots.

Buttigieg presidential campaign to open Carson City office

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s campaign is scheduled to open a field office in Carson City on Sunday, according to a media release.

Girl Scouts help plant tree at Lone Mountain Cemetery in Carson City

Carson City’s Girl Scout Troop 252 braved a chilly morning and put $200 worth of cookie donations to good use by helping the city to plant a new tree at Lone Mountain Cemetery on Monday.

La Nova Beauty hair salon opens in Carson City

Carson City has a new hair salon specializing in chemical-free products. La Nova Beauty is holding a grand opening Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring food, drinks, consultations and demonstrations using the salon’s unique product line.

Commemorative cups on sale as part of a sustainable Nevada Day

GreenUP!, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides environmental education to businesses announced that Nevada Day commemorative cups are now on sale for $10 at the Nevada Day store, 716 N. Carson St.

Legal settlement over Las Vegas shooting worth up to $800M

LAS VEGAS — Two years after a shooter rained gunfire on country music fans from a high-rise Las Vegas Strip hotel, MGM Resorts International has agreed to pay up to $800 million to families of the 58 people who died and hundreds of others who were injured, attorneys announced Thursday.

GOED hosts workshop on how to do business with government

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development is hosting a workshop Friday on how to get government contracts with the Regional Transportation Commission.

Tile Outlet in Carson City has new owners

Carson City’s Tile Outlet has new owners. Nathan Fischmann and David Olvera bought the Carson Street store in June from Fischmann’s father, Mitchell. Both know the business well: Olvera has been with the store for five years and Fischmann since he was 12 years old.

Wednesday, October 2

Senators dominate Wooster at home

Carson's boys soccer team silenced Wooster in the second half Wednesday night as the Senators put together a 4-1 win behind three unanswered goals after halftime.

Surging Elizabeth Warren packs the Carson City Multi-Purpose Athletic Center with supporters

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., told an audience that packed the Carson City MAC on Wednesday major changes are needed to restore America’s middle class and make the government work for the people instead of just the very rich.

In Carson City, Elizabeth Warren backs funding to ease housing shortages and Medicare for all

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said she wants to “build 3.2 million new housing units across the country and put money into communities to bring down the cost of new construction.” She made the statement in an interview with the Nevada Appeal before addressing a packed crowd at the MAC on Wednesday evening.

Carson City Library ‘World Space Week’ events start Friday

A premiere card from the Carson City Library is all families need to check out a lunar telescope for two weeks of space-gazing.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office needs complaints from those who were vandalized during the weekend

Over the weekend of Sept. 28-29, the Carson City Sheriff’s Office received numerous complaints of residents discovering their vehicles had been damaged by eggs.

Reception for ‘Saludos Amigos’ exhibition at Carson City gallery set Friday

The Capital City Arts Initiative presents its exhibition “Saludos Amigos” by artist Justin Favela at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery.

Casino Fandango Oktoberfest this weekend in Carson City

Get ready for more beer, brats and oompah bands.

Carson High production of ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ premieres Friday

Carson High School is ready to revisit the boy who never grew up — with a twist.

Carson High at Galena football game will be decided on plays in the secondary

Over the past decade, the Sierra League contest between Carson High School football and Galena has been a one-sided affair in favor of the Senators.

Bernie Sanders has heart procedure, cancels campaign events

WASHINGTON — Bernie Sanders’ campaign said Wednesday that the Democratic presidential candidate had a heart procedure for a blocked artery and was canceling events and appearances “until further notice.“ The 78-year-old Sanders experienced chest discomfort during an event Tuesday and sought medical evaluation, according to a campaign statement. It said two stents were “successfully inserted“ and that Sanders “is conversing and in good spirits.“

Off message: Nevada’s Amodei takes heat for impeachment remarks

LAS VEGAS — GOP Rep. Mark Amodei’s comment seemed harmless enough. Asked what he thought of the Democrats’ impeachment probe into President Donald Trump, the Nevada Republican gave reporters a vague dodge: “Let’s put it through the process and see what happens.”

Kevin Melcher appointed to Nevada State Board of Education

Gov. Steve Sisolak has named Kevin Melcher to the Nevada State Board of Education.

Survey next month to help determine Churchill County residents’ emergency preparedness

Churchill County Emergency Management and the Local Emergency Planning Committee is partnering with Nevada State Public Health Preparedness to conduct a Community Assessment Survey for Public Health Emergency Response, or CASPER in September. Churchill County is the third jurisdiction in Nevada to conduct the assessment.

Exotic game animals highlighted at Elko’s Northeastern Nevada Museum

Elko’s Northeastern Nevada Museum is a wild place. So wild, in fact, that it boasts not only some of the most interesting Nevada historical artifacts but a giant collection of wild animals.

Banner Health digital assistant joins ER teams

The latest innovation by Banner Health aims to help answer an oft-asked question from patients who visit the emergency room: “How long is this going to take?”

3 CCHS grads serve as Peace Corps volunteers

Three Churchill County High School graduates who did not attend this week’s homecoming celebrations are Madellynn Christie, Erik Endacott and Blane Merkley.

Oasis Academy, Fallon split volleyball matches

The Bighorns got back into the win column last week, splitting matches against Sierra Sage Academy and Smith Valley.

The Fastest Gun Alive returns for 12th year in Fallon

The Cowboy Fast Draw Association (CFDA) is hosting its annual signature event, The Fastest Gun Alive – World Championship of Cowboy Fast Draw, at the Churchill County Fairgrounds this weekend.

Grammy winner appears in Fallon on Oct. 19

Grammy Award-winning musician Laurie Lewis is internationally renowned as a singer, songwriter, fiddler, bandleader, producer and educator. She was a founding member of the Good Ol’ Persons and the Grant Street String Band and has performed and recorded since 1986 with her musical partner, mandolinist Tom Rozum. Laurie has twice been voted “Female Vocalist of the Year” by the International Bluegrass Music Association and has won the respect and admiration of her peers.

Veterans share experiences after honor flight

Veterans on the latest Honor Flight Nevada to the nation’s capital recalled situations in their lives after they returned home from Washington, D.C.

Apply now for Nevada Promise Scholarship

Now is the time for Nevada high school seniors to apply for the Nevada Promise Scholarship.

Commissioners meet Thursday morning

The Churchill County Commission meets Thursday at 8:15 a.m. at 155 N. Taylor St., to discuss the following items. Approval of a funding Agreement with Community Chest for $52,190 per year for Resilient 8 activities.

Regli leads Fallon cross country in Truckee

Fallon’s cross country team competed in the Truckee Invite on Saturday.

Wave soccer falls short to end 1st half of league season

The Greenwave soccer teams, although not victorious, gave their opposition a fight over the last two weeks.

Fallon tennis teams enter final week of regular season

Heading into the final week of the regular season, the Greenwave boys and girls tennis teams competed against South Tahoe and Truckee.

Homecoming royalty crowned

The king and queen took their royal bows during Friday’s homecoming when Curtis Nesbitt Reed and Janine Garcia were announced at halftime of the Greenwave varsity football game.

Richardson’s ‘Midas’ touch leads Fallon to big win

Brock Richardson had the Midas touch against a band of Vikings.

Red Rover, Red Rover, send help over

I remember playing Red Rover in elementary school. The object of the game was to break through the other team’s line. I always tried to stay toward the end because some of the kids ran so fast they would knock you flat.

Nevada Supreme Court ruling has some lower courts scrambling

The Nevada Supreme Court opinion saying domestic battery defendants have the right to a jury trial has left justice courts around the state struggling to figure out just how to implement the order.

Past Pages for October 2 to October 4, 2019

Wednesday 150 years ago Railroad Work. The Enterprise says that the trestle work across Crown Point Ravine was been finished, all but the painting.

Tuesday, October 1

Steve Larkin Shaffer

Steve larkin Shaffer Sept 20, 1936 - Sept 25, 2019 Steve Larkin Shaffer, 83, passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, September 25, 2019.

Kenneth D. Putansu

Kenneth D. Putansu, 39, died September 28, 2019 in Reno, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol city Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Norma Gonzales

NORMA GONZALES, 91, of Carson City passed away September 22, 2019. Arrangements are in care of Walton's Chapel of the Valley, (775) 882-4965.

Anna M. Littlejohn

Anna M. Littlejohn, 79, died September 29, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial 775-882-1766.

Vicki L. Wentworth

Vicki L. Wentworth, 71, died September 30, 2019 in Carson City, Nevada. Arrangements are in the care of Capitol City Cremation & Burial, 775-882-1766.

Wooster volleyball beats Carson for first time in 19 years

Every winning streak has to end eventually, as does every losing streak.

Prep Roundup: Carson High soccer splits with Damonte Ranch

The Senator boys soccer team edged Damonte Ranch at home Saturday behind two goals from Jeter Mata.

Low-budget Rays, A’s meet in AL wild card game at Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. — Bob Melvin has been counting on his young Oakland Athletics to build on last season’s playoff return that ended in a lopsided wild-card loss at Yankee Stadium. Gain some experience under pressure. Get a little feel for October baseball. Understand how much has to go right to win on the big stage.

Las Vegas marks 2 years since mass shooting that killed 58

LAS VEGAS — From a sunrise event to a reading of victims’ names at the time the bullets flew, Las Vegas on Tuesday was marking two years since the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, with memorials to the 58 people killed at a country music festival.

Joe Santoro: Nevada Wolf Pack’s Jay Norvell is mad as ...

Jay Norvell is mad, angry, enraged and infuriated after what his Nevada Wolf Pack football team showed the entire country on national television last Saturday night.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office looking for volunteers

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is looking for volunteers to expand its Volunteers in Partnership with the Sheriff (VIPS) program.

Subjects in connection with Carson City vehicle burglaries sought

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating subjects of interest in connection to vehicle burglaries in the area of Carson City.

Sierra Lutheran alum accepted to The Juilliard School

To be clear, Nick Marsella hasn’t actually spent any time working in a mail room or pushing a mail cart up the corridors of America’s corporate castles.

Douglas County recognizes seven businesses with Spotlight Award

For the sixth consecutive year, seven Douglas County businesses were recognized with a Spotlight Award. This year’s awards were given at the Critical Issues Conference held on Thursday.

Nevada workplace safety violations face steep increase in fines

Businesses charged with health/safety violations will face a significant increase in penalties beginning with complaints opened Tuesday. The increases are contained in Senate Bill 40 from this past legislative session which authorizes the division to adopt penalties up to those imposed by the federal Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA).