Stories for April 2022


Saturday, April 30

Carson City birth announcements for April 12 to 19, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for April 12 to 19, 2022

Guy Farmer: A coach was fired for praying

I hope Kennedy wins his case in the Supreme Court.

Carson City road report for May 2 to 8, 2022

Carson City road report for May 2 to 8, 2022

Student art show in WNC's Bristlecone Gallery

News and notes from Western Nevada College's Carson City campus.

Reno’s Spaghetti Bowl work set to switch in May

Motorists headed south on I-580 have been using the northbound lanes since February 2021.

Kelly Bullis: Stock market jitters? How about dividend-paying stocks?

“Should I sell all my stocks and get out of the market?”

Past Pages for April 30 to May 3, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City Airport plans runway improvements

Airport Manager Corey Jenkins said he’s in the planning stages of adding new approach lights to the airfield and relocating a weather tower.

Roger Diez: NASCAR Cup, Xfinity move on to Monster Mile

This week both NASCAR Cup and Xfinity series are at Dover’s Monster Mile, which has not seen a repeat winner in the last half-dozen outings there.

Friday, April 29

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List of Registered Voters

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Notice to Creditors

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Public Meeting Announcement

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Hearing

Jim Hartman: The states’ COVID performances

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak may sink politically under the weight of his COVID response record.

Wagar to head Nevada Department of Veterans Services

Wagar is a U.S. Army veteran who is currently serving as the NDVS deputy director of operations. He has been with the department since 2017.

Work will close lanes on Kingsbury, Geiger grades

Single lane closures will slow traffic on both Kingsbury and Geiger grades beginning May 2.

Fallon Community Theater presents Freaky Friday

When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again. Freaky Friday, a new musical based on the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers and the hit Disney films, is a heartfelt, comedic, and unexpectedly emotional update on an American classic. By spending a day in each other's shoes, Katherine and Ellie come to appreciate one another's struggles, learn self-acceptance, and realize the immeasurable love and mutual respect that bond a mother and daughter.

Gardnerville robber in custody after leaving prison work camp

A woman who was convicted of robbing a Gardnerville man at gunpoint is back in custody after she walked away from a prison work camp in March.

Carson school superintendent ready to pass the torch

Richard Stokes, retiring superintendent of the Carson City School District, will pass the torch to current fiscal services director Andrew Feuling on July 1.

Nevada gaming win tops $1 billion for 13 straight months

Total win for the month was $1.355 billion. That is a 26.8 percent increase compared to March 2021 and the second highest monthly win of all time.

Thursday, April 28

National Minority Health Month: Give your community a boost

April is National Minority Health Month, and to celebrate, Carson City Health and Human Services wants to recognize the diversity and minority communities in our area.

Trump endorses Lombardo in Nevada governor’s race

Former President Donald Trump is endorsing Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo in his bid to challenge Gov. Steve Sisolak.

Tahoe's Sand Harbor boat ramp closed for summer

The Cave Rock boat ramp is open seven days a week for motorized boat launches.

Cheers, tears as Carson educators honor joys of teaching

The Carson City School District this week celebrated its outstanding educators and employees of the year.

Dennis Cassinelli: Great Basin crescents

I want to invite my readers to a book signing, Laura Tenant and I are doing at the Dayton Library on Saturday, April 30 from 3 to 5 p.m.

Treasurer sells $75 million in bonds for Infrastructure Bank

After all three major rating services confirmed that Nevada’s bonds are rated as Double A, the state was able to sell the bonds for just two-hundredths over 3 percent interest.

Wednesday, April 27

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice Bill No. 2022-A Ordinance 27, 32, and 39

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Minor Child Name Change

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Request for Proposals for Annual Service Agreements

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Electrical Providers Annual Report

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Notice to Creditors

Letters to the editor for April 27, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks juvenile runaway

15-year-old Gizelle Bringas is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. She has ash blonde hair and brown eyes.

Carson baseball falls in extras to Damonte Ranch

The Senators bounced back several times against the Mustangs Tuesday evening, but Carson ultimately couldn't escape with a win over Damonte Ranch.

Speaker Frierson named U.S. Attorney for Nevada

The U.S. Senate has confirmed Jason Frierson of Las Vegas as the U.S. Attorney for Nevada.

Senators split doubleheader with Reed

Both teams on opposite ends of run-rule losses

It's not very often you see a doubleheader have results that swing as drastically as the Senators' did Tuesday afternoon.

Joe Santoro: Strong latest Pack QB to get no respect

Throwing the football, apparently, doesn’t mean as much in the NFL as it once did.

JoAnne Skelly: Lumpy, bumpy plants

Galls can look knobby or warty, can be round or oblong. Sometimes they are quite attractive colors. Some are like blisters; others like hairy felt-like growths.

Best of Carson City nominations open Monday, May 2

Run through May 22; Voting will begin in June

The Nevada Appeal’s annual Best of Carson City awards will open for nominations from Monday, May 2 through May 22. To nominate, go to and write in your favorites in the various categories. You can also nominate using the Nevada Appeal’s free mobile app.

Churchill County’s rural way of life

Commissioners vote to update building codes

After listening to county residents voice their opposition for almost 90 minutes to a new coding chart affecting residential areas, the Churchill County commissioners unanimously voted April 20 to accept the new code structure that will streamline the current residential districts and a third code for intensive multi-family residential units.

Candidates Night slated for May 17

The Churchill County Republican Central Committee along with local media will present Candidates Night on May 17 at the Fallon Convention Center for the Churchill County Commission, Assembly District 38 and State Senate District 17.

Awards cap off Military Child Month

Community recognizes school district for Purple Star award

Although he had a tour in Fallon almost 20 years ago, the naval air station’s new commanding officer arrived at right time during the Month of the Military Child.

Bulletin Board: ‘Birds of Lakes and Marshes’ presentation

Make plans to attend "Birds of Lakes and Marshes,” a presentation by Michael Goddard of the Lahontan Audubon Society at the Churchill County Museum on Thursday, April 28 at 6 p.m.

Fire department hosts street dance

The Churchill County Volunteer Fire Department, along with the federal fire department at Naval Air Station Fallon, is hosting a street fare on Carson Street, said firefighter Chris Henning.

Work to resume on highways near Incline Village

Eight miles of state Route 431 will be repaved and three miles of concrete barrier rail installed.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Nallely Gomez

Support and encouragement are two words that senior Nallely Gomez uses to describe her time at Oasis. Those feelings are also part of her favorite memory of her time at school.

Past Pages for April 27 to 29, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

WNC News and Notes: WNC introduces tech to Fallon high school students

igh school students in Fallon are exploring future STEM career possibilities and discovering success through Western Nevada College’s Automation and Industrial Technology program this spring.

Spot won’t be at Bark in the Park

Watson here, I want to assure you that Spot the Bot won’t be at Bark in the Park. Honestly, I was frightened when I saw Spot the Bot in action. Spot is the brainchild of Boston Dynamics and is a very agile, mobile robot with a decidedly doggy name.

The Nevada Traveler: When the Russians came to Northern California

An odd item that has been in the news lately because of the situation in Ukraine has been a Russian lawmaker’s apparent demand that the United States return the state of Alaska to it. The U.S. purchased Alaska from the Russians for $7.2 million in 1867.

Pete Olsen: Striking a balance (opinion)

As a commissioner for over 11 years, I am aware of the growth that is headed to our community and how important it is to continue planning for sustainable development which helps protect and preserve our natural resources, while improving the value of our homes and quality of life. There’s been much talk of fears and concerns surrounding the topic of growth, although we have been strategically planning for it well over 25 years.

Jim and Lori Souba: Be afraid, be very afraid (opinion)

We have carefully watched the activities of Jim Barbee (county manager), the Churchill County Planning Commission and the Churchill County commissioners over the past several months, and we can only conclude that Churchill County residents and homeowners should be afraid of changes being proposed in the county.

Lady Wave sweeps Dayton, wins Elko series

After cruising past Dayton in a make-up doubleheader and taking the series over Elko, the Lady Wave softball team jumped to third in the league standings.

Wave boys golf returns to links

The Greenwave boys golf team resumed play last week, hosting one league tournament before traveling to Winnemucca the next day.

Bighorns softball out-slugs Smith Valley with 14-run inning

The Oasis Academy softball team out-slugged Smith Valley, 30-19, last Tuesday in Lyon County. The Bighorns improved to 8-2 in the 1A Northern League and currently sit in third behind Wells (3-0) and Coleville (9-2). They traveled to Sierra Sage/ROP this week and visit Whittell on Friday. The season finale is against Smith Valley at 4 p.m. on May 3, which is also Senior Day. The playoffs begin the following week.

Wave baseball sweeps Dayton, Elko

Fallon, which improved to 9-4 and is on a seven-game winning streak, hosts Lowry on Friday at 3 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. for their final home games of the season. The Greenwave travels to Spring Creek next weekend to conclude the regular season.

Night of Fights features 12 bouts

After the pandemic sidelined the event in 2020 and 2021, one of the longest-standing Greenwave fundraisers returns Friday night.

Sandoval: UNR priorities include restoring cuts, Life Sciences building

UNR's top priority for the 2023 session of the Nevada Legislature will be restoring a $12 million budget cut because of the pandemic.

Tuesday, April 26

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Electric Providers Annual Report

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Sale

Lombardo, in GOP forum, derides public health option

"He said his priority is health. And he's talking about (bull----) things like the public option."

Carson City golf tourney benefits Holiday with A Hero

All proceeds from the event will benefit students in the Carson City School District’s McKinney-Vento Students in Transition program.

Protections sought for bird linked to Nevada piñon forests

Research shows pinyon jay numbers have declined by an estimated 80% over the last five decades, a rate even faster than the greater sage grouse.

Carson City sheriff looking for man wanted on felonies

Daniel McNeil, 27, is wanted on several outstanding felony warrants.

Builder, Carson Valley water broker merging in $291M deal

A water broker holding nearly 900-acre-feet of Carson Valley surface water rights is merging with a national builder in a $291 million deal announced on April 14.

Nevada small businesses struggling 2 years after pandemic's start

The results of the 2020-21 Nevada Small Business Development Center client survey show that small businesses are still struggling significantly with staffing, supply chains and COVID-related issues.

Carson High qualifies 7 for national speech tourney

Seven Carson High School students have qualified for the 2022 National Speech and Debate Tournament, June 12 to 17 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Monday, April 25

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Notice to Creditors

Judge: Nevada doesn’t have drug for execution

A federal judge in Las Vegas said Monday he'll decide in three weeks whether to dismiss a condemned Nevada killer's lawsuit challenging the state's plan for his lethal injection.

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Aircraft Lien Sale

Daughter of Carson City residents promoted to major general

U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Gen. Cheryn L. Fasano received her promotion via congressional authorization effective Feb. 17.

Youthful passion turns into collegiate dreams

Cooper Davies takes archery talents to Kentucky

When Cooper Davies first picked up a bow, he said he didn’t think much of it. He went to his first state tournament later that year and came home with first place.

B-29 Superfortress to visit Minden airport in May

The B-29 Doc History Restored Tour is scheduled to be at Minden-Tahoe Airport on May 24-26.

Layne’s Twain finally to pay debt to Carson church

McAvoy Layne will present a show as a fundraiser for First Presbyterian Church on May 4.

Carson City races could be decided in primary

In city races with more than two candidates, voters could either send the top two candidates to the November general election or elect a candidate with a majority vote.

Sunday, April 24

Trina Machacek: Forcing a response

No, no, I don’t like spiders and snakes.

Basque Club marks 41 years; meet and greet May 1

Anyone interested in Basque culture and participate is invited to a meet and greet gathering 3 p.m. May 1 at JT Basque Bar & Dining Room in Gardnerville.

Marilyn Foster: Time to scratch some great trips off your bucket list

t’s becoming easier to travel, though everything remains uncertain from day-to-day. But, it’s not just about the journey, it’s about the destination that is the allure.

Storey County renewable energy project gets tax abatement

Citadel Solar in Storey County is anticipated to invest $61 million in Nevada along with creating 96 construction jobs and six operational jobs.

Jim Valentine: Having your home ready for inspection

Problems revealed by an inspection report can be a game changer – be ready to change your game if it isn’t what you expected.

Carson City church members hope to save old sanctuary

Efforts continue to preserve First Presbyterian Church of Carson City, the oldest church building in Nevada, with attention on preserving its former sanctuary.

Saturday, April 23

Guy Farmer: End the Iran nuclear deal

No wonder the president’s approval ratings are down in Trump territory, below 40 percent.

Carson City road report for April 25 to May 1, 2022

Carson City road report for April 25 to May 1, 2022

Carson City will host meeting on William Street project

The project team will host a presentation and answer questions 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 3 in the Ormsby Room of the Sheriff’s Office.

Nevada announces distribution of opioid settlement money

The Northern Nevada region consisting of Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, Storey and Churchill counties will receive just over $2 million from the settlement.

Attacking at the dish

Tigers see turnaround, especially with bat in hand

Douglas High baseball has been forcing others to take notice all season, and rightfully so. Rarely do you see a program turn around from a 3-16 season to go 16-3 the following year.

Carson High boys golf second at home meet

Led by senior Lukas Taggart, Carson High boys’ golf finished behind Reno High (298) at Eagle Valley on a blustery Monday. Plus, a look at other results from Senator athletic teams.

Kelly Bullis: Is it time to buy an electric vehicle?

You want to buy an EV? Do it for fun. Not to save money or the planet. They are fun to drive.

Past Pages for April 23 to 26, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Mt. Rose highway study comments due May 18

When finalized, the plan will outline future enhancements for the lower segment of the Mt. Rose highway (State Route 431).

Roger Diez: NASCAR moves from shortest track to longest track

Bubba Wallace is the defending winner of last fall’s rain-shortened event there, his first and only Cup win.

Friday, April 22

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

Carson City birth announcements for April 9 to 14, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for April 9 to 14, 2022

Jim Hartman: Nevada voters shifting to GOP, poll shows

Republicans look positioned for a potential “Red Wave” sweep in November – but not so fast.

Senator Square: Carson High students just gotta dance

News and notes from Carson High School.

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

Nevada to get $57 million to reduce carbon emissions

Gov. Steve Sisolak says Nevada will get $57 million over the next five years through the federal Carbon Reduction Program.

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Intent

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Notice to Creditors

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Voter Registration Deadlines

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Sale by Auction

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Application for Water

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Application for Water

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Lien Sale

Carson Tahoe Health awarded environmental grant from state

The $241,009 grant was part of $5.5 million in grants used to replace over a dozen diesel trucks and buses with new emissions-free electric vehicles.

Texas' Cruz stumps for Laxalt at area rallies

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz praised former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s campaign for the U.S. Senate.

Exterior repairs on Capitol planned

There are serious leaks in the rain gutters atop the building, leaky windows and doors as well as peeling paint, among other issues.

Ask the Dog Trainer: Dad despairs over training time

I’m afraid I’m letting Buttons down and would appreciate your insight.

Court wants answer to public employee-lawmakers issue

A key question has hung for decades over public employees who are elected to the Legislature: Should a person who makes the law also enforce the law?

Thursday, April 21

Supervisors OK tentative budget, discuss property sale

The board will hold a final hearing and formally adopt the budget May 19.

Update: Power restored after North Carson City outage

More than 4,000 people in the 89706 zip code are without power in Carson City as of 3 p.m. NV Energy reported the outage as of 2:31 p.m. It is under investigation. The estimate time of restoration is 5:45 p.m.

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Invitation for Bids

Storm brings heavy snow, avalanche threat to Sierra

Heavy snow and rain fell across Northern California on Thursday as a substantial spring storm added to late-season precipitation totals after a dry winter.

Tours of historic state prison in Carson City set

The Nevada State Prison was the site of the first meetings of the territorial legislature, and quickly becoming the territorial prison in 1862.

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Notice to Creditors

Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks information in vehicle burglary

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is seeking information to identify a vehicle burglary suspect. On April 11, at approximately 12:38 a.m., a vehicle burglary occurred in the 300 block of Bath Street. The suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and items were taken.

Carson City drug roundup set for April 30

Partnership Carson City is conducting its bi-annual drug roundup Saturday, April 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

5 Nevada governor hopefuls meet in GOP forum, hit Lombardo

Most of the five leading Republican candidates for Nevada governor who gathered Wednesday for a campaign forum in Las Vegas offered dire assessments of the state.

Carson City roads score 62/100 in 2022 condition survey

Regional roads scored a 74 PCI and local roads scored a 56. Compared to 2017, that’s a 10 percent improvement to regional roads, but a 9 percent hit to local roads.

Wednesday, April 20

Get Healthy Carson City: Sexually Transmitted Disease Awareness Month

While STDs are still trending around the nation it is important to remember that not everyone will show outward signs of infections.

Sen. Rosen tours Carson City water treatment plant

U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen on Wednesday joined Mayor Lori Bagwell and Carson City officials for a tour of the Quill Water Treatment Facility.

Recipe: A crowd pleaser at the next gathering

"You have a pie for your gathering or family, and one to give away. However, you might find the pie so tasty you’ll keep both for yourself."

Joe Santoro: Steve Alford vs. the transfer portal

"We could be sitting in the middle of the worst off-season in Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball history."

Scorched trees may disrupt Sierra water supplies

Multiple studies indicate that snow in a burned forest disappears up to several weeks sooner than snow in a healthy forest.

Lyon County OKs $6.1 million for projects

Approximately 17 Lyon County departments and entities were apportioned more than $6.1 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds.

‘Heavy snow’ in Sierra, rain for Carson as storm moves in

Carson City is going to be windy and wet while Lake Tahoe could see a foot of snow with up to three feet in the highest reaches of the Sierra, the National Weather service said.

Nevada election officials aim to meet printed ballot demand

Supply shortages could bring delays as they order the paper and envelopes needed for upcoming primary and midterm elections.

Past Pages for April 20 to 22, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Former Nevada Army Guard’s commander ends military career

Fallon native Michael Hanifan steps down after 36 years

After nearly four decades in the active-duty U.S. Army and Nevada Army Guard, Fallon native Brig. Gen. Michael Hanifan retired from military service at the end of February.

Rafter center hosts junior livestock show

4-H and FFA students show their animals at the long-running county event

One of the premier junior livestock shows in Nevada opens today and with the youth from the county’s 4-H groups and the FFA will present their animals at the fairground’s new Rafter 3C Center.

The Bark is back and coming soon

On Saturday, May 7, Bark in the Park will present a fun-filled day for dogs and their people. The day begins with the annual 5K walk/run. Bring your BFF (best furry friend) on a leash and stroll.

Keeping Fallon clean

Earth Day celebration at Oats Park on Friday from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. The annual Earth Day event brings awareness to protecting the environment. Earth Day was cancelled the past two years because of coronavirus pandemic protocols.

CNO visits NAS Fallon, meets with local, tribal leaders

U.S. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday traveled to Fallon last week to meet with tribal and local government leaders and visited Naval Air Station Fallon.

Bulletin Board: Home & Garden show this weekend

Soroptimist International of Fallon presents the 21st annual Home & Garden Show on April 23 and April 24.

The Nevada Traveler: Before Ely, there was Lane City

The remnants of one of White Pine County’s earliest communities, Lane City, can still be seen just west of Ely. In fact, Lane City, originally known as Mineral City, is considered one of the area’s first significant settlements. It was established several years earlier than Ely.

BLM seeks public comment on Marietta Burro Gather

The Stillwater Field Office has initiated a 30-day public comment period and is seeking public input in preparation of an environmental assessment for the proposed Marietta Herd Management Area Burro Gather located in Mineral County.

Gubernatorial candidates Heller, Nohra visit Fallon

Senate candidate Adam Laxalt comes to Fallon Thursday with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

Gubernatorial candidates Dean Heller and Guy Nohra spoke to the Churchill County Republicans at their recent monthly luncheon, and Heller attended a greet-and-meet later that day hosted by local residents.

Bighorn News: Graduation Set for May 26

Graduation is quickly approaching. Oasis Academy College Preparatory’s Graduation will be held on May 26 at 6 p.m. This year’s ceremony will again be an in-person and outdoor event in front of Pinon Hall.

Jeanette Strong: ‘We need a fascist government…’

“We need a fascist government in this country... to save the nation from the communists who want to tear it down and wreck all that we have built in America.” (Gerald MacGuire, Commander, Connecticut American Legion, 1934)

Day of Remembrance 2022

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Nevada, Reno presents Day of Remembrance 2022, The Rescuers: Righteous Among the Nations — Non-Jews Who Risked Their Lives During the Holocaust.

Bighorns sweep series over Serpents

The Lady Bighorns softball team dominated Mineral County, 17-3, last Thursday in Hawthorne to sweep the season series.

Hutchings’ homer propels Fallon past Dayton

Saturday’s doubleheader, which was delayed due to weather, resumed on Monday in Dayton. Fallon (7-3 Northern 3A) returns home on Friday to host Elko at 3 p.m. at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex. Fallon also faces Elko on Saturday for a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m.

Wave baseball comes back to nip Dayton

The doubleheader was delayed due to weather, and Fallon traveled to Dayton on Monday to resume the series. Fallon (6-5 Northern 3A) returns home on Friday to host Elko at 3 p.m. at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex. Fallon also faces Elko on Saturday for a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m.

Sports Bulletin Board: Night of Fights returns this month

The annual Greenwave wrestling program fundraiser, Night of Fights, returns this month for the first time since 2019. The Calcutta will kick off the event on Monday at 6:30 p.m. at The Grid. The fights will be on April 29 at the city-county gym.

Funding to support schools, roads

Approximately $3.5 million in funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will support public schools, roads and other local services in rural Nevada through the U.S. Forest Service’s Secure Rural Schools (SRS) program, U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto announced Friday.

Masks now optional at Reno-Tahoe International Airport

In accordance with the TSA, face masks will no longer be required for employees and customers at RNO. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has advised us they will no longer be enforcing the directive that requires masking in the airport. We know that travelers and employees might have mixed feelings to this change in enforcement and we ask everyone to be kind about the choice to wear a mask or not while traveling. Please check with your airline when it comes to their mask requirements while flying.

ACLU sues to change Nevada cannabis listing

Nevada voters amended the state constitution in 2000 to recognize the medical uses of pot. Then, in 2016, voters legalized possession of pot for recreational purposes.

Tuesday, April 19

Cortez Masto has big cash advantage over GOP hopefuls

The U.S. Senate race in Nevada is becoming expensive, with incumbent Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto holding a big financial advantage over two leading Republican hopefuls.

JoAnne Skelly: Here we go again: Third winter

We have to love that Nevada weather!

Horsford announces $3.5 million for rural schools

Horsford said the goal is to support rural counties whose tax base is limited by the amount of tax-exempt federal land within their borders.

FBI names Spencer Evans as new agent in charge in Las Vegas

Spencer Evans replaces Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse, who retired in February after 25 years with the bureau.

Nevada Infrastructure Bank rules could aid housing, education

The bank was funded by the 2021 Legislature with $75 million in general obligation bonds.

Civil War veterans interred in Carson City honored

The Nevada State Society Daughters of the American Revolution along with other service organizations gathered at Carson City’s Lone Mountain Cemetery to pay their respects.

Robin Sarantos: Power of the Carson City Mint

Carson City’s Nevada State Museum shines when it comes to explaining and teaching about them along with the praise they have brought our state.

Nevadans can track use of fed rescue funds online

The page also includes links to reports the state is required to send to the U.S. Treasury tracking state spending of the money.

Monday, April 18

Storey sheriff: Man reported missing April 16 died by suicide

Alan Corridori has been located and the Silver Alert has been canceled.

DAR recognizes Reno couple with highest award

Medal of Honor awards were presented to Dawn and Jim Forbus at the Nevada state convention dinner in Carson City.

Law enforcement pushing pedestrian safety crackdown

The Nevada Highway Patrol and other law enforcement agencies are out looking for motorists endangering pedestrians.

Ancient yeast and beer on tap at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting

Can you imagine drinking a beer made with yeast dating back millions of years ago? It really isn’t far-fetched. You can learn about the ancient yeast and other fascinating discoveries at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting. Chip Lambert, a microbiologist, will give a presenta-tion on how the substance called “amber” has preserved ancient organism that can be used in today’s world. Amber is the resin formed in tree bark. Lambert and fellow scientist Raul Cano formed their company Fossil Fuels Brewing Company to produce beer using that yeast.

Nevada continues recovery as jobless rate falls to 5%

DETR said total private sector jobs are just 2,600 below the pre-pandemic peak, Reno set a record for employment and jobless claims are at multi-decade lows.

Trina Machacek: Wait! Don’t light that fire

Along with my right to carry any type of fire-creating apparatus any farther than the barbecue, I gave up my honorary spot of the Diamond Valley Volunteer Fire Department.

Wind, rain, maybe snow: Carson City faces lively weather week

The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the greater Carson City-Minden-Reno area starting Monday at 2 p.m. and continuing through Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Tiger softball keeps blasting away

Homers continue to power Douglas offense

Douglas High hit two more home runs in a 6-0 win over McQueen Thursday afternoon.

Supervisors will review Carson City 2023 tentative budget

The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, April 21 in the Robert “Bob” Crowell Board Room of the Community Center.

Sunday, April 17

Jim Hartman: Coming: A southern border human deluge

The Border Patrol is overwhelmed.

Lesly Sanchez named WNC student employee of year

It marked the third straight year that the nursing stduent has been nominated for the award.

Capital City Arts Initiative announces student exhibition

Thirty-two students from Carson, Dayton, Douglas, and Pioneer High schools have their work in Spring Forward 2022 art exhibition at the Brick.

Minden nonprofit focused on needs for youth shares successes with Sisolak

Alicy Gray, 16, took about a year to come clean and become fully rehabilitated from some of the horrors she experienced.

Jim Valentine: Interest rates rising

Real estate is not a short-term investment, put on your long-term glasses and adjust the tint… rose preferred.

Faith & Insight: What then?

Because of the redeeming work of Jesus Christ and because of his victory over death, we have an answer to “What then?”

Want a casino job? Odds are on your side

Casinos are one of many industries struggling to add new workers and they find themselves competing with each other for casino workers and people with experience in the industry.

Saturday, April 16

Guy Farmer: Mickey Mouse goes ‘woke’

If you think it’s a good idea to teach elementary school kids younger than 8 the concept of “gender fluidity,” you won’t like today’s column.

Carson City road report for April 18 to 24, 2022

Carson City road report for April 18 to 24, 2022

Photo gallery: Carson City Aquatics hosts annual Easter egg hunt

Carson City kids scrambled for Easter eggs at the Aquatic Facility’s 2022 Underwater Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday afternoon.

JoAnne Skelly: Organic fertilizers

While we may decide to choose organic fertilizer because we are environmentally conscientious, plants do not know the difference.

Copperfield trick participant loses lawsuit appeal

Gavin Cox had sought hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical costs and damages.

Feds consider cuts to Colorado River water deliveries

Lake Powell serves as the barometer for the river's health in the upper basin, and Lake Mead has that job in the lower basin.

Kelly Bullis: 7 thoughts on filing your tax return

Here are some tips on making sure you prepared your return correctly.

Past Pages for April 16 to 19, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

A to Zen thrift store's Open Mic gives musicians a chance

The front of the store looks like an ordinary shop, but the back is lively with music when it hosts Open Mic Night every Friday and other shows.

Roger Diez: William Byron first with two NASCAR Cup wins

This weekend NASCAR is going back to its roots with a dirt race at Bristol.

Friday, April 15

Snooks excels again in Tiger win

Douglas High starting pitcher Keegan Snooks backed up his five-inning no hit performance with a complete game against Galena Thursday

Senator Square: Carson High School AP tests have arrived

Advanced Placement tests have arrived, are organized, and ready to go. Super exciting too as CHS students, those wanting to pass college classes without actually having to take them nor pay for them, will have the opportunity to successfully pass their AP tests before graduating from CHS.

On-street RV, boat parking limited in Carson City

RVs and boats can be parked on a city street for up to 72 hours per occurrence, and there can’t be more than two occurrences within 30 days.

Recipe: Bottoms Up Bunny Cupcakes allow you to play with your food

This is a quick, fun activity for you and your Junior Chefs to get in the kitchen and create some memories.

Legislature Building installing HVAC components

Despite a windy morning, a crane outside the Legislature Building is lifting HVAC components to the roof.

Get Healthy Carson City: Start by Believing

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month.

New wind advisory issued for Carson City

The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Saturday from 5 a.m. until 5 p.m. for the greater Carson City-Minden-Reno area.

Mayor asks for Carson City’s pros and cons

Mayor Lori Bagwell asked locals to help her pin down Carson City’s successes and challenges at a Chamber of Commerce event.

U.S. 50 horse fence installed in Dayton

Between 2017 and 2019, a spokesman said there were 27 horse-related crashes in the area where the fences have been installed.

Thursday, April 14

Monopoly chooses Lake Tahoe for special edition

Through June 3, fans, locals, and vacationers will be able to share which locations they think should be featured on the board.

Nevada launches affordable housing initiative

The Home Means Nevada initiative is intended to provide affordable, accessible housing for nearly 13,000 households.

Board backs funding to expand Sisolak's security team

The Department of Public Safety requested $373,051 to expand Sisolak's security detail to eight positions by adding a sergeant and two officers.

Nevada Transportation Board OKs Douglas, Storey projects

The Nevada Transportation Board has approved four projects including repairs on State Routes 207 and 341 in western Nevada.

Carson City schools' early budget down $3.3 million

The board will hold a public meeting and budget hearing on May 24 for approval. The original final budget is due to the state on June 8.

Casey Valley, Naomi Irion’s brother, seeks positive from death

"I want to do everything I can to make sure no one ever has to go through any of this."

Wednesday, April 13

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Primary Election to Be Held June 14, 2022

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Joint Application and PreHearing Conference

Dennis Cassinelli: Johntown, Nevada’s first ghost town

What many people do not know is that the Comstock Mining District included many other nearby towns that contributed greatly to the history of the Comstock Lode.

Joe Santoro: Norvell helps pay Wilson to replace him

The first two years of Ken Wilson’s roughly $1 million-a-year contract, after all, will be paid for by Colorado State and former Pack coach Jay Norvell.

Carson City fuel-grazing sheep take to the hills

Borda Land and Sheep Co. released two herds April 8 and April 13 to cover the north and west sides of the city.

Carson City sheriff, deputies visit WNC driver’s ed

Students spent the better part of the morning asking the officers questions and were provided with useful information unknown or forgotten by many drivers.

Carson City judge rejects school vouchers petition

Senior Judge Charles McGee compared petition wording by the Education Freedom PAC to a shell game that hides "the enormous fiscal impact of this initiative ..."

Storms provide slight relief to water content

Lahontan Reservoir shows slight improvement over 2021 measurements

This week’s snow in the Sierra Nevada and rain in the valleys provided a small dent in the moisture content for the Carson Basin, which includes the Lahontan Reservoir and the downriver farming in Churchill County.

Churchill County identified as a Purple Star District

Every school acknowledged for showing a commitment to military families

All five of the school district’s K-12 schools were awarded Purple Star status in the most recent application window. The awards will be made April 26 for the school district and the following day at the schools.

NDOT adds more road closures

The Nevada Department of Transportation said additional overnight and weekend lane closures are now occurring as improvements continue on U.S. Highway 50 through Fallon.

Wade Cushing says he will attend Texas A&M University to study chemical engineering

CCHS senior awarded $100K scholarship

A Churchill County High School student has been granted the opportunity to attend the engineering school his parents attended.

Bulletin Board: Oats Park Arts Center

The award winning and highly acclaimed Le Vent Du Nord is a leading force in Quebec’s progressive francophone folk movement.

Museum presents exhibit on war

Spring lecture series features local military authors

Highlighting private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history, the exhibition “War Comes Home: The Legacy” has opened at the Churchill County Museum.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Tayler Felton

Rodeo has been a huge part of Senior Tayler Felton’s high school career and life. Felton participates in breakaway roping, team roping, cutting, pole bending, and barrel racing through rodeo. The sport has taken her across the state and country, including the National High School Finals Rodeo in Wyoming last year.

Labradors are not from Labrador

Watson here, while I was doing a little research into my family tree I discovered that the original labs were not from Labrador but Newfoundland. Originally, Newfoundland dogs bred with smaller water dogs to produce St. John’s water dogs. These dogs went extinct, but served as an ancestor for the Labrador dogs.

The Nevada Traveler: Exploring the new East Walker River State Recreation Area

One of Nevada’s newest state parks facilities is all about ranching. Known as the East Walker River State Recreation Area, located about 14 miles south of Yerington, the park is devoted to celebrating the ranching culture of western Nevada, while offering plenty of recreational opportunities.

Past Pages for April 13 to 15, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

CCSD hosts kindergarten registration night

Churchill County School District’s first kindergarten registration night will be held at Lahontan Elementary School on April 26 from 5:30-7 p.m.

Bighorn roundup: Softball sweeps pair, girls lacrosse searching for 1st win

The Lady Bighorns rebounded from a high-scoring doubleheader split against Pyramid Lake by blanking Sierra Sage Academy/ROP and Mineral County last week.

Nelson named NIAA executive director

After helping guide the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association through the pandemic, Donnie Nelson was appointed the fifth executive director.

Wave track competes at NV relays

The Greenwave track and field team competed at the North Valleys Relays, which also included field events, last week. Four relay teams placed in the top four and several individuals also placed in the field events as Fallon is off this week for spring break. The Greenwave will return to the track next weekend at South Tahoe.

Carson City Charter Review panel may limit emergency powers

The charter allows supervisors to enact emergency ordinances immediately without filing copies of the proposed ordinance in advance.

State OKs engineering contract for Marlette/Hobart dam

The historic Marlette water system has provided some water to Carson City and all of Virginia City’s water for more than 100 years.

Tuesday, April 12

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Change of Name

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Joint Application and PreHearing Conference

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Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Annual Statement

March sees 23 more people die on Nevada roads

Statewide, 24 pedestrians have been killed so far in 2022.

Nevada prisons resume visits, suspend COVID rules

Visitors will still be medically screened upon entering. All other provisions will be suspended.

Sisolak tours Carson City Senior Center

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak toured the kitchen and helped pack food for the Meals on Wheels program. Seniors met him in the dining room afterward to shake his hand.

Amodei-Tarkanian debate focuses on Amodei’s record

Challenger Danny Tarkanian went on the attack against Nevada's 2nd district U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei during a debate.

Dayton’s ‘Motorcycle Mama,’ 102, takes 1 more ride

Velma Thornburgh received the thrill of a lifetime on one more ride Saturday going down U.S. 50 and back to her home.

Monday, April 11

Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks juvenile runaway

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with locating 15-year-old Anthony Sainz.

2 arrested in March 26 hit and run in Carson City

Carson City Sheriff’s Office says a white GMC pickup with a white utility shell and Nevada license plates crashed into a moped.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office training downtown April 12-13

Law enforcement training will occur in the area of Carson Street and Adams Street downtown on Tuesday, April 12 and Wednesday, April 13

Girl Scouts make spring break trip to Capitol

Southern Nevada Girl Scout Troop 700 members spent the first day of their spring break touring Nevada’s Capitol.

Carson City Elks Lodge donates to veterans chapter

The Carson City Elks Lodge donated $1,000 to the Vietnam Veterans Chapter No. 338.

PG&E to pay $55 million for Dixie, Kincade wildfires

Pacific Gas & Electric has agreed to pay more than $55 million to avoid criminal prosecution for two major wildfires started by aging power lines.

UNR sets free medical clinics in Silver Springs, Yerington, Reno

UNR is offering free medical clinics for area residents who are uninsured, underinsured or without a Social Security number.

Deal will supply lithium to Carson City battery producer

Ioneer USA Corp., and NexTech Batteries have entered into a partnership.

Trina Machacek: Pants in the middle of the road

I have seen many interesting and some disturbing things that have been deposited along the roads I have traveled.

Sunday, April 10

‘Power outages are expected’ as winds hit Carson City

Winds 25-35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph regionwide, with gusts as high as 80 mph “in the foothills and wind-prone locations along U.S. Highway 395 and Interstate 580.”

Carson High Pinewood Derby has CTE students on track

The derby is an annual tradition testing students’ engineering, math and artistic skills.

Reno woman 'finds her calm' dry-lake sailing at 70 mph

Land sailors from around the world gathered last month near Primm for America's Land Sailing Cup, the sport's national championship.

UNR research increases drought tolerance in vital crops

John Cushman has been awarded two patents for his research on improving drought tolerance and water-use efficiency of plants.

Kelly Bullis: Self-directed IRAs: Do you need one?

The IRS actually doesn’t care if you invest in just about anything except collectibles, life insurance, and S corporation stock.

Faith & Insight: Holy week begins and end with palms

If you had a week to live, what would you do?

Carson City Library hopes summer will be cooler with new HVAC system

The Carson City Library’s roof is currently decorated in orange flags: facilities maintenance is busy revamping the HVAC system for this summer.

Saturday, April 9

Carson City birth announcements for March 24 to 29, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for March 24 to 29, 2022

Guy Farmer: Biden’s border crisis from bad to worse

The Biden/Mayorkas message is clear: Our border is wide open, come on in!

Save Mart donations make a difference at Western Nevada College

Save Mart has been an important and valued community partner for Western Nevada College during the 2021-22 school year.

Non-invasive healing therapy available in north Carson

Featured are all sorts of detoxifying treatments to revitalize the body by reducing inflammation, boosting circulation, and ridding the body of environmental toxins.

Western Nevada College driver’s ed course starts April 11

Western Nevada College’s driver’s education course runs April 11-15 on the Carson City campus.

Jim Valentine: Breaking down the offer

When you make an offer to buy a home it is a good idea to understand what your offer says.

Past Pages for April 9 to 12, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Judges tell legislators new rules will hit rural courts hard

Rules going into effect in 2023 will require defendants get an initial hearing before a judge within 48 hours of their arrest.

Roger Diez: 7 winners for 7 races in NASCAR

This week it’s the Martinsville “paper clip” where Martin Truex Jr. has won three of the last five races (just like Richmond).

Friday, April 8

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Primary Election

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Notice to Creditors

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Advertisement for Bids

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Auction

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Conflict Counsel Attorney Services

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Divorce Summons

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Notice of Hearing

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Public Information and Comment

Jim Hartman: ‘Walking on Sunshine’

The “Sunshine Protection Act,” was passed by the U.S. Senate with no debate, research or hearings. It would allow states to make daylight-saving time permanent.

Senator Square: So many selfless students at Carson High

CHS’ Blue Crew is working very hard to rebuild its program after the last couple of interrupted years

Long-awaited WWG brings people together for bluegrass

WinterWonderGrass celebrated some of the best in bluegrass music April 1-3 under ideal weather conditions.

Suspect in Naomi Irion murder denied bail

A judge decided Friday that a man accused of kidnapping and killing an 18-year-old woman last month will remain held without bail.

Snyder property leased after more than three years

The former Capital Christian Church facility at 1600 Snyder Ave., has been leased to a church fund.

Melsheimer to swim at top Division II program

Carson High senior swimmer Nick Melsheimer made his college plans official Tuesday at the Carson Aquatic Facility.

Couple missing in Nevada 'at peace' as husband died

The couple was found Tuesday in the Silver Peak area of Esmeralda County west of Goldfield.

Over objections, lawmakers OK $250M for affordable housing

Members of both parties objected strongly that the spending plan essentially cut the legislative branch out of a say in exactly how it would be spent.

Thursday, April 7

Ask the Dog Trainer: Trimming nails, step-by-step

We have a five-year-old Australian Shepherd named Misty who hates having her nails trimmed.

Carson City road report for April 11-17, 2022

Carson City road report for April 11-17, 2022

Carson supervisors want to sell city property to nonprofit

The Carson City supervisors are trying to dispose of city property on 2621 Northgate Lane.

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Notice of Application for Federal Funds

GOP Senate debate, Laxalt vs. Brown, set for May 9

A debate between Adam Laxalt and Sam Brown will be held in Reno on May 9 and will be recorded for the Nevada Newsmakers TV program.

Dennis Cassinelli: Bowers Mansion

Sandy Bowers and Eilley Orrum Bowers became incredibly rich and decided to use their wealth to travel to Europe until contractors completed building a mansion in Washoe Valley.

Court date Friday for suspect in Naomi Irion murder

Troy Driver of Fallon faces multiple charges including first-degree murder with the use of a deadly weapon, kidnapping and destroying evidence.

Nevada to get $284 million in opioid settlement cash

Attorney General Aaron Ford said the money will go directly to dealing with the harm done to Nevadans by the opioid epidemic.

Wednesday, April 6

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Notice of Joint Application and Prehearing Conference

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Notice to Creditors

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Request for Proposals

School board offers superintendent pact to Feuling

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees on Wednesday offered its original superintendent contract to fiscal services director Andrew Feuling, in a unanimous vote after listening to more than two hours of public comment mostly in favor of selecting Feuling for the position.

Letters to the Editor for April 6, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published April 6, 2022

Joe Santoro: Pack 0-4 vs. national champions to-be

The Nevada Wolf Pack played a role in making the Kansas Jayhawks the men’s college basketball champions.

CARES program moves to Cottage Schools

Historic Churchill County campus serves students again

For generations Cottage Schools with its three buildings stood out among the other buildings in Churchill County that provided quaint classrooms for educating the community’s students.

Community recognizes April as Child Abuse Awareness Prevention Month

Both Churchill County and the City of Fallon have declared April as Child Abuse Prevention Month and used the opportunity on Friday at Millennium Park for speakers to say a few words about a problem that plagues every community and county in the United States.

Nevada tribes taking advantage of improved voting access

Native Americans routinely face persistent and longstanding barriers to voting, but access is improving here in Nevada.

Bighorn Bulletin: FFA does well at state

Before Spring Break, Oasis FFA attended the state competition in Reno. This year’s event saw schools attend from throughout the state.

Bulletin Board: Home & Garden show

Soroptimist International of Fallon presents the 21st annual Home & Garden Show on April 23 and April 24. The Home & Garden Show starts at 10 a.m. each day at the Fallon Convention Center. The show ends at 4 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

County Democrats hold county convention

The Churchill County Democrats held their precinct caucus and county convention on Saturday.

Jeanette Strong: Our ‘collapsing’ economy

“The collapse in economic confidence means that President Biden and congressional Democrats are facing strong headwinds as they head into the November elections,” Peter Hanson, Grinnell College, March 23.

You can sink your teeth into this

Watson here, I was just gnawing on a dental bone that is designed to keep my teeth tartar free and I realized that I have no idea how many teeth I have. It is time for me to do a little investigating.

The Nevada Traveler: The sweet surprise that is Wilson Canyon

Wilson Canyon is a narrow rock passageway in the Singatse Range, which separates Smith Valley from Mason Valley in Western Nevada. Stretching some three miles, the canyon is an unexpected scenic treasure that is also popular with off-road vehicle enthusiasts.

Wave baseball drops series to Fernley

A home run was the difference in the Lahontan Valley rivalry baseball series’ opener as Fernley came from behind to defeat Fallon on Friday.

Region faces long summer; snow melt ahead of schedule

2022 has been the driest January-March ever measured by SNOTEL sites around Nevada.

Fallon hosts Senior Day, competes at Galena

The Greenwave track and field team is starting to hit its stride as Fallon enters the second half of its meet schedule.

Past Pages for April 6 to 8, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Oasis Academy splits with PLHS, Lady Wave swept at Fernley

Both Fallon and Oasis Academy softball teams saw mixed results last weekend with the Bighorns being the only victor.

Missing Indiana couple found after 1 dies

Authorities in Nevada launched an aerial search Tuesday for an Indiana couple that has been missing for more than a week.

2 sought for Silver Strike Casino robbery in Silver Springs

Lyon County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for two subjects involved in an early morning armed robbery of the the Silver Strike Casino in Silver Springs.

Sheep to reduce hazardous fuels in Carson City

Dog owners asked to keep dogs on leash around sheep grazing areas

Gardnerville sheep will consume cheatgrass and other non-native vegetation on Carson City Open Space and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s Carson Ranger District.

Tuesday, April 5

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Estray Animal

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Change of Name

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Notice of Name Change

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Joint Application and Prehearing Conference

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Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

Lyon County DA: Fallon man shot, buried Naomi Irion

Lyon County District Attorney Stephen Rye filed an amended criminal complaint Tuesday adding first-degree murder and other crimes to the kidnapping charge against Troy Driver.

Carson sheriff seeks pickup driver who hit moped, fled scene

CCSO said the hit and run crash occurred Saturday, March 26 at approximately 6:55 p.m., at Clearview Lane and Silver Sage Drive.

2 Nevada business filings going online-only in June

Secretary of State’s office is moving the annual list of renewals for business entities and the state business license applications to online-only.

Search on for lithium sources as demand for batteries grows

Although lithium reserves are distributed widely across the globe, the U.S. is home to just one active lithium mine, in Nevada.

Cal man chased through Carson, arrested in Pleasant Valley

A California man who led authorities on a vehicle pursuit that started at Lake Tahoe was held at gunpoint by a homeowner before being taken into custody.

Carson High student becomes sheriff’s dispatch cadet

Trinity McLaren is the first cadet to be assigned to the Carson City Sheriff’s Office’s Public Safety Communications Division in 32 years.

Rotarians host second round of annual music competition

The Rotary Club of Carson City celebrated young musicians again this week when it hosted the Area’s 2nd round of its annual Music Competition. Playing the clarinet, Carson High School student Kyra Fields took home the top honor with her performance of the Mozart’s Third Movement of Concerto for Clarinet.

Hearing postponed for suspect in Irion murder

Troy Driver's pretrial hearing scheduled Tuesday on a kidnapping charge was continued to May 10.

Monday, April 4

Toad declared endangered at site of Churchill County geothermal plant

The Fish and Wildlife Service announced it is formally proposing a rule to list the Dixie Valley toad as an endangered species subject to 60 days of public comment.

Tanya Jun: Why is Uncle Sam going after low-dollar online transactions?

Congress should raise the reporting threshold for online sales to a more reasonable amount.

Carson City Lions honor local heroes at crab feed event

Four people were honored for their actions saving lives in 2021.

Carson City artist’s exhibition in the Crowell board room

The Capital City Arts Initiative’s exhibition, Watercolor Stories, continues through June 29.

Two arrested in alleged knife fight in downtown Carson City

Two men were arrested Friday evening after deputies responded to the area of the Roundhouse Inn for a report of two men in a knife fight.

Supervisors to review ballot question on Carson City diesel tax

The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet at 8:30 a.m., on April 7 in the Robert “Bob” Crowell Board Room of the Community Center on 851 E. William St.

Jim Hartman: City of San Francisco boycotts Nevada

The boycott list means that businesses headquartered in the Silver State are not awarded city contracts and official San Francisco city travel to the state is forbidden.

Nevada regents OK departure of higher education chancellor

The Board of Regents for Nevada's state universities and colleges has accepted the resignation of Higher Education Chancellor Melody Rose under a severance agreement less than two years into her four-year contract.

The Rotary Club of Carson City to discuss global warming

Are you concerned about global warming? If so, considering attending the Rotary Club of Carson City meeting this Tuesday, April 5th at noon in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom. Rotarian Chas Macquarie will give a presentation on the impacts of global warming on Nevada and on Rotary programs both at home and internationally.

Report: Slain Nevada woman's family says response delayed

The family of a northern Nevada woman who was kidnapped and killed has complained that a sheriff's office mishandled its initial response to her disappearance weeks before her body was found, a Reno television station reported.

Sunday, April 3

Trina Machacek: Farmer: It’s all in the smell of dirt

It’s the smell of freshly turned earth that will bring a smile to the soul of a farmer.

Faces of Carson: McNamara brings heart and soul to The Sage Cafe

Scott McNamara is a cook at The Sage Café at Carson Tahoe Hospital

Carson City Elks hold annual major project fundraiser

The Carson City Elks raised $1,334 in tips for the St. Jude Ranch for Children.

Allegiant staging successes along with hosting the NFL

Concerts and special events at the 65,000-seat venue are outperforming projections made prior to its $1.9 billion construction.

Kelly Bullis: IRA for kids?

If your child does work, consider helping them fund early IRA contributions.

Faith & Insight: Heart surgery!

A few decades ago, computer experts said when garbage goes in, garbage comes out. 2,000 years ago, Jesus said we become what is in our heart.

Election deadlines approaching for Nevada voters

April 15 is the last day voters can “opt out” of receiving a mail-in ballot for the June 14 primary election.

Saturday, April 2

Guy Farmer: What about Hunter Biden and Virginia Thomas?

Hunter Biden and Virginia Thomas find themselves in trouble.

Carson City road report for April 4 to 10, 2022

Carson City road report for April 4 to 10, 2022

Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day honors sacrifice, service

The annual Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day Ceremony bridged the strength of camaraderie and understanding across generations.

Wiggins chooses SUNY Cortland to continue golfing

Carson High senior Sarah Wiggins said at the beginning of her senior year, the idea of playing collegiate golf started to become more of a thought for her.

Batien to continue running in the Midwest

Carson High senior Nicholas Batien will be headed to the Mount Rushmore State next year to continue his athletic and academic pursuits.

Tiger baseball upsets Reno High in Minden

Douglas take down No. 5 team in the country

The Douglas High baseball team used a big inning to pick up its first win over Reno in nearly a decade Saturday afternoon.

UNR to get grant to develop drought solutions

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., has announced a grant to the University of Nevada, Reno to create a Nevada Water Partnership.

Easy elevation gain on Bob’s Trail in Carson City

The length is about 2.7 miles out-and-back and is considered moderate because of the slight elevation gain throughout (413 feet).

Jim Valentine: Spring in Northern Nevada

Ah, the sounds, smells, and joy of spring. It’s about here, folks. Be ready.

Senator Square: Carson High School celebrates National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month @SenatorsLibrary. This is a marvelous opportunity to celebrate the expressiveness, delight, and pure charm of poetry, so to kick of poetry month, staff and students are invited to play with Blackout Poetry in the library.

Past Pages for April 2 to 5, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

ERGS divests 6-property portfolio in Nevada's largest apartment deal

It’s the largest apartment deal ever recorded in Nevada. MG Properties Group of San Diego, along with investment firm Osso Capital of New York City, were the buyers.

Roger Diez: NASCAR heads to short-track

The NASCAR Cup continued two streaks at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas last Sunday.

Carson City birth announcements for March 18 to March 24, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for March 18 to March 24, 2022

Friday, April 1

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Project Proposal

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Public Sale

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Annual Statement

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Application for Grants

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

JoAnne Skelly: Oh joy! Weeds

The seasons of weeds have begun again.

Senator softball handles Bishop Manogue in league opener

Carson High baseball falls twice

A look at the prep sports scene from the last week

Steve Wynn discipline case heading back to Nevada regulators

Nevada casino regulators could still impose a $500,000 fine and discipline former Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn.

Nevada may miss deadline for voter registration system

That new system is required to put an accurate and unified list of registered voters at the state level.

Photo gallery: Carson City honors Child Abuse Prevention Month

Carson City gathered on Friday to decorate the capitol with pinwheels in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Vietnam vets memorial unveiled in Carson City

The Vietnam Veterans of America Carson City Chapter 388 unveiled a memorial at Mills Park containing the names of 25 deceased members.

Carson City elementary students bring play to stage Monday

A group of Empire students is joining with Wild Horse Children’s Theater to host the play “Matter and Its Properties: The Science of Stuff."

Trustees to meet on Carson City school superintendent

The Carson City school board will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday to discuss the next steps in the superintendent search.

No 'Miracle March' for Carson City

A historically dry January and February set the tone for March.

Nevada joins effort to advance market for electric trucks

Gov. Steve Sisolak says Nevada is joining the effort to advance the market for medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicles.

Carson City Brewery Arts Center upgrades lighting, HVAC, roofing

With recent facility upgrades, the BAC’s HVAC system, restrooms, roof and most of all, the lights, are looking better than ever.