Stories for August 2022


Wednesday, August 31

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors (90-Day Notice)

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Notice to Contractors - Bids wanted for highway improvement

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

Trina Machacek: Hitting the nail on the head

I learned along the way to laugh at the past nails I have hammered straight or bent. Each nail was a lesson well learned.

JoAnne Skelly: Whiteflies in the garden

Whiteflies are not actually flies at all, but relatives of sap-sucking aphids.

Sisolak tours Western Nevada College, discusses programs with instructors

Gov. Steve Sisolak hasn’t been behind the wheel for a while, so as he sat in Western Nevada College’s commercial driving simulator Tuesday, he was very cautious driving down Carson Street or on unpaved roads elsewhere. Staff members praised Sisolak for using his turn signal, although he chuckled when they snickered if he got a flat tire or drove a little slower. WNC Instructor Lauren Moore restored his tire with a click of a mouse button, and the governor kept on trucking in the lifelike L3 Harris model of an 18-wheeler. He was impressed by the virtual experience.

Tara Riddle: Grilled pears with Gorgonzola (recipe)

Pears are one of the easiest fruits to grill. You can also roast them in the oven, but it’s summer, so let’s grill them.

Schieve: Bowling stadium could be home for esports

Reno's mayor has long been a proponent of esports tourism and research suggests that esports can benefit tourism and college recruiting.

Sawmill open house draws crowd

A new sawmill in northern Douglas County, on Washoe Tribal land, may be a vital component of future forest management in the region, but neighbors close to the project are having a difficult time seeing past immediate impacts to their neighborhood.

Labor Day rings in a parade, breakfast and rodeo

Politicians use the day to meet residents, visitors

Labor Day in Fallon — the three P’s of parade, politicians, pancake breakfast … and a junior rodeo to cap the weekend.

Nevada Supreme Court justice tells Sisolak she’ll resign

Justice Abbi Silver ran unopposed for an open state Supreme Court seat in 2018.

Community Bulletin Board

For those interested in COVID testing and vaccine opportunities offered by the county in August, the schedule is posted has been posted:

Past Pages for August 31 to September 2, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

WNC News and Notes: Renovated science lab open on Fallon campus

It’s an ideal time to be a science student at Western Nevada College’s Fallon campus. Chemistry and biology faculty and students will use the renovated and expanded Science Lab in Virgil Getto Hall.

CAPS amazing garage sale is coming soon

Dear readers, I want to remind everyone to come to our fabulous garage sale Friday, Sept. 9 and Saturday, Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days. We will be in the cool, air-conditioned Oasis Church at 1520 S. Maine. We are still accepting items so clear out your garage, storage shed or basement and call 775-423-7500 for pick up.

The Nevada Traveler: Old Bale Mill

Dr. Edward Turner Bale’s grist mill has seen a lot of changes in its more than 175 years of existence.

WNC recognizes 94 students on summer Dean’s list

Western Nevada College is pleased to announce that nearly 100 students have qualified for the 2022 Summer Dean’s List. To earn this recognition during the summer session, 94 students attained a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and completed six units of classes or more.

Education Achievements

• Thomas Chapin of Fernley was named to the Dean’s list at University of Jamestown for Spring 2022.

Kiss the Pig for a good cause

Oasis FFA is once again asked one lucky community member to pucker up to a pig at the Cantaloupe Festival. This year’s candidates were Steve Hiskett from Hiskett and Sons, Heidi Hockenberry-Grimes from Banner Hospital, Cantaloupe Festival Board Vice Chairman Sue Frey, and Counselor Andy Lenon from Oasis Academy.

USS Nevada: The legacy of a gallant warrior

Two monuments honor the warship and crew of the famed battleship USS Nevada that was heavily damaged and nearly sank during the Japanese attack of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.

New award connects Pack with Navy history

Nevada football team uses the ‘Turnover Trident’ to reward play on the field and to learn the history of the USS Nevada

Not only will the University of Nevada’s football players have a symbol to indicate their defensive prowess on the field, but they are also learning the history of one of the greatest battleships to sail during World War II.

Reed’s late comeback stops Greenwave

Fallon drops season opener in a wild nonleague game, 34-28

After more than three quarters of hard-hitting football, Friday night’s nonleague football game boiled down to two plays.

Fallon wins 4 in Yerington

The Lady Wave volleyball team finished 4-2 in last weekend’s two-day Yerington Tournament, defeating a pair of 3A teams as it began crossover league play on Monday.

Opioid Memorial Wall on display in Carson City through Friday

The Nevada Attorney General’s Office is displaying the Opioid Memorial Wall through Sept. 2.

Carson City affordable housing project to break ground

Developers plan to break ground on the 160-unit Sierra Flats affordable housing project in Carson City on Thursday.

Tuesday, August 30

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Sale

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Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Petition for Change of Name

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Notice of Application

Carson, Reno girls soccer end in dramatic draw

Late Husky goal steals win from Senators in final moments

Carson High girls’ soccer took the lead in the 15th minute Tuesday evening against Reno and held it until the game’s final moments.

Carson City teachers leading musical production

Within the local Broadway production of “Into the Woods,” three Carson City teachers retain lead roles.

Joyful Noise Children’s Choir to begin fall session Sept. 6

The choir, led by Michelle Powers welcomes children ages 4 to 12.

Grading the Pack: It wasn’t always pretty, but Wilson era opens with a win

Nevada didn't need to take a lot of chances against a bad team, so Pack players, coaches played it smart in 23-12 win over New Mexico State

2 held after driving 100 mph in Douglas, Carson

Two men, one adult and one juvenile, were arrested Monday night after a high-speed incident that started in Douglas County.

Amid fears of voting machines, Nevada approves hand counting

The secretary of state's office approved regulations for counties to hand count votes starting as soon as this fall's midterm elections.

Lombardo, Sisolak set debate in governor race

A specific time for the event to be streamed online from a media studio was not announced.

Carson City BBQ hitting its stride

Carson City BBQ will be at the Nugget’s Best of the West Rib Cook-Off from Aug. 31 to Sept. 5 in Sparks.

Photo gallery: 2022 Best of Carson City

The Nevada Appeal celebrated the Best of Carson City 2022 during Friday's luncheon at the Casino Fandango.

Monday, August 29

Update: One dead in Fernley family shooting

One person is dead following a family fight in Fernley on Monday.

Lawmakers want tobacco tax money for child mental health

The revenue currently goes to the General Fund but the proposal would claim $1.6 million for mental health programs this coming year.

Mountain West Rankings: UNLV ‘absolutely different,’ coach says

The Mountain West went 3-2 in its five season-opening games last weekend.

Tigers want to be top dog

Douglas volleyball features some new looks this fall

Douglas High volleyball picked up its first postseason win in four years last season. This year, the expectations remain the same, especially with added depth to the roster.

Supervisors to consider Carson courthouse renovations

TSK Architects will present several options ranging in price that could remodel or relocate existing offices.

Lyon County to explore full-service hospital

Lyon County is exploring costs and feasibility of bringing a full-service hospital to the central part of the county.

Carson City addressing homelessness with new plan

Eyeing $1.1 million in federal funding the plan would have three stages: survive, stabilize, thrive.

Sunday, August 28

Carson City birth announcements for August 11 to 18, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for August 11 to 18, 2022

Nominations open for school employee award

The RISE award honors classified school employees who provide exemplary service.

Lyon County holds workshop, begins RFP process for solid waste

The county is in the first phase for the latest waste disposal agreement.

Report on UNLV student boxing death draws anger, not action

Nevada boxing regulators said they lacked authority then or now to take criminal action in the case.

Poll: Nevada Hispanic voters say inflation top priority

In a surprise to pollsters, abortion made the top five for the first time.

Kelly Bullis: ​​​​​Estate planning mistakes

It is easy to mess up when it comes to estate planning/actions.

Faith & Insight: Escaping déjà vu

We can avoid the dreaded déjà vu and instead repeat behaviors that bring joy to us and others.

Virtual reality arcade proposed in Carson City

The virtual reality arcade would serve as a gathering place for teens and young adults.

Saturday, August 27

Tiger football gets chances, but falls at Vanden

There were opportunities for Douglas High football to keep pace with Vanden Saturday night in a 32-10 loss to the 2021 CIF sectional champs.

Jim Hartman: The ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ deception

Democrats are tone-deaf. Tear off the absurd new “Inflation Reduction Act” label and examine reality.

Carson City road report for August 29 to September 4, 2022

Carson City road report for August 29 to September 4, 2022

Carson City Symphony to begin rehearsals Aug. 31

Current openings are for strings, French horn, and oboe.

Treasurer pitches paying off debt of health care students

New providers graduating in Nevada would be eligible for up to $120,000 if they work 5 years in an underserved community in Nevada.

Tara Riddle: Summer Peach Flatbread with side salad (recipe)

Summer is nearing its end, and with the end comes this amazingly fresh and light Peach Flatbread Recipe with a balsamic drizzle.

Jim Valentine: Making decisions in today’s market

The active agents, buyers and sellers are always looking for market nuances that will help them make good choices.

Past Pages for August 27 to 30, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City schools seek flexibility from Nevada Legislature

The district will propose legislation to allow smaller Nevada school districts more innovation, flexibility and reduction in workload.

Roger Diez: One playoff berth left for NASCAR Cup

The battle for the final playoff position on points is still between Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Jr.

Friday, August 26

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Lien Sale

Senator football earns first win of the fall

Boshard cements first win as Carson head coach

Carson High School football figured a few things out in the second half of a 14-0 win over Calaveras Friday night in San Andres, California.

Carson City Symphony youth strings program starts this week

The program of string instruction begin this week at four locations in Carson City.

JoAnne Skelly: Try hearing your landscape

“Sound mapping can help you unplug and connect with the natural world.”

Carson City Library board names new director

In a unanimous vote, trustees offered the job to Joy Holt, a fifth-generation Nevadan.

Carson High hosting ‘Back to School’ basketball camp

The Carson High boys basketball staff is hosting a ‘Back to School’ camp August 26 and 27 at the high school.

Intertribal Council wins $18.9 million for rural broadband

The money will pay for broadband infrastructure projects.

Coroner: Lake Mead bones from Vegas man

Thomas Erndt was reported missing Aug. 2, 2002.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office launches mobile app

Residents can download the mobile app to find resources, see local crime data, and receive public notifications.

Reno-based aha! Airlines shuts down

Nevada-based discount airline aha! has stopped flying after its parent, ExpressJet Airlines, filed for bankruptcy protection.

Trina Machacek: Long ago close-ups

You just need to assume cameras are everywhere.

Pack football: Six keys to a winning 2022 season

Quick, which team has the longest active bowl-game streak in the Mountain West?

Thursday, August 25

Letters to the Editor for August 24, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City Sheriff looking for 16-year-old runaway

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with locating Alyssa Hamilton, 16.

Teen arraigned as adult in Vegas schoolteacher attack

The teenager pleaded not guilty as an adult to 10 felony charges including attempted murder and sexual assault.

Carson High looks to fix the miscues

Senators determined to play cleaner football in week two

First year Carson High head coach Ryan Boshard hasn’t been shy about what kind of opponents he wants to see on the Senators’ schedule.

New coaches, players as Pack, Aggies open season

The Nevada Wolf Pack and New Mexico State Aggies play Saturday at Aggie Memorial Stadium in Las Cruces, N.M.

Fernley’s ‘Victory Project’ receives $25 million grant

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg touted the grant for the Victory Project that will increase the efficiency of the supply chain.

Joe Santoro: Low expectations for Pack will help

There are absolutely no expectations on this Wolf Pack football team because nobody can name more than five players.

Carson Valley housing projects undergo changes

Summer changes affected housing projects on the lower and higher end of the price spectrum at opposite ends of Carson Valley.

Ken Beaton: What did you do in the war, dad?

Gerald Reed Holsclaw, Sr., enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1940 for pilot training.

Nevada jobless rate falls to 4.4 percent

That is 2.2 percent lower than a year ago, a decrease of 3,526 unemployed people.

Wednesday, August 24

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Hearing on Amended Motion to Terminate Parental Rights

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Notice of Sale of Personal Property

Senator boys’ soccer fans get ‘glimpse’ of what is coming

Carson High boys soccer started the league slate at home against last year Class 5A Northern regional champs, Hug High.

Senator cross country posts solid opening meet

Dayton, Sierra Lutheran XC also tally season's first results

Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran all race at the Douglas Class Races at Lampe Park last Friday.

Tiger cross country opens season with home meet

Plus, more results from over the weekend

Douglas High cross country, volleyball, boys and girls soccer all got their seasons underway over the weekend.

Shelly Aldean: Retail pot 2, Carson City 0

Government in this country still derives its power from the consent of the governed.

Douglas High football hits the road to Vanden

Sitting at 1-0 is feeling pretty sweet for the Tiger football faithful.

Building the block

Carson volleyball will feature length, defense first approach

Carson High volleyball and second year head coach Brittany Witter have made some changes for the upcoming season.

Fernley teen’s killing case suspended on competency doubt

Justice of the peace suspends proceedings until a state judge can decide whether Troy Driver should undergo a competency examination.

Get Healthy Carson City: Only living people experience recovery

Unintentional drug overdose deaths continue to rise in Nevada and across the United States.

CAPS needs area’s help

Rising costs, increased number of inbounds puts strain on agency’s budget

Even with a $20,000 infusion, the Churchill Animal Protection Society told county commissioners Aug. 17 the nonprofit group still needs help housing and providing adoption services for the area’s cats and dogs.

The call of the West beckons Chancey Williams

Rocky Mountain Entertainer of the Year Entertainer of the Year plays at the Fallon Cantaloupe Festival

After spending the last few days in Montana and his home state of Wyoming, Chancey Williams and his Younger Brothers Band are ready to head to another section of Cowboy Country for their next performance.

Eugene’s High Step Society to close Carson City concert series

Carson City is ending the Levitt AMP concert series on a classy note when High Step Society comes to town.

Home on the Grange: Fallon youth showcase their animals this weekend at Cantaloupe Festival

One of the youth groups participating in this year’s Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair is the High Desert Grange, an organization that fosters leadership and agriculture among its members.

Bighorn News: McNabb qualifies for FFA Nationals

Oasis Academy College Prep junior Hunter McNabb was recently announced as a National FFA Finalist in the Agriscience Fair, Social Science category. McNabb was one of the elite top ten students in the nation to qualify in his division of Social Science. He is the only National Finalist in Agriscience Fair from Nevada.

Community Bulletin Board for Aug. 24-31

The Fallon Lions Club is honoring the area’s veterans organizations with the parade theme of Celebrating our Veteran Volunteer Service Organizations.

Glover tabbed new museum director

Drawn to professionalism in county museum staff, love for local history

Self-described “museum geek” Mel Glover has taken the reins of the Churchill County Museum after a nationwide search to find a director to lead the museum.

Amodei discusses topics ranging from Congress to state elections

U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei recently addressed a packed Aug. 16 meeting of the Fernley Republican Women on his annual swing throughout Northern Nevada.

Directionally challenged? Get a dog

Dear readers, I hate to admit it, but I am lousy at directions and I need GPS to navigate. Interestingly, dogs may have a built-in compass and are able to sense the Earth’s magnetic field allowing them to access a universal reference frame. Like a built-in GPS.

Jeanette Strong: Law and order, Republican style

“No man is above the law and no man is below it, nor do we ask any man’s permission when we ask him to obey it. Obedience to the law is demanded as a right; not asked as a favor.” President Theodore Roosevelt, Message to Congress, Dec. 7, 1903.

Wave football eyes state playoffs repeat

Fallon opens 2022 season against 5A Reed

For the first time in three years, the Greenwave football team is feeling a sense of normalcy going into this Friday’s season opener against Reed.

Gun found in Lake Mead fuels speculation about remains

A resident came across a gun near Hemenway Harbor – the same area where remains of a man who died from a gunshot wound were found.

Past Pages for August 24 to 26, 2022

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Students returning, legal battle brews over UNR dorm blast

School officials likened the damage from the blast July 5, 2019, to that of an earthquake.

Tuesday, August 23

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Notice of Hearing on Petition for Confirmation of Sale of Real Property

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Filing and Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

Next man up

Douglas boys’ soccer hopes to grow toward postseason

Douglas High boys’ soccer put together a memorable campaign last year, capping the season with the program’s first playoff win in more than a decade.

Playing for November

Carson High girls soccer wants to make postseason push this fall

Carson High girls’ soccer had a chance to make the postseason last year, but ultimately couldn’t find it in the cards. This season, head coach Kyle Walt, is expecting to be right back in the mix.

Cortez Masto calls for military loan forgiveness program extension

The waiver will make it easier for military members to access benefits through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.

Lyon deputy on leave after fatal officer-involved shooting

Authorities haven't determined whether a deputy killed the Winnemucca man or he shot himself.

WNC helps Jump Start grad into aerospace engineering

Morgan Golden overcame odds to earn a degree at Western Nevada College.

Ex-Douglas star Smalley on Pack’s depth chart

The true freshman was listed on the Pack’s two-deep chart for Saturday’s opener at New Mexico State behind sophomore Marcel Walker at the edge-rushing spot.

Feds consider listing tiny Nevada fish as endangered

The Fish Lake Valley tui chub lives only in a spring in Fish Lake Valley

Lyon County moves forward on Dayton Depot reconstruction

The Lyon County Commission has approved reconstructing the Dayton Depot.

Monday, August 22

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CARSON CITY PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS Contract No. 20300003-B Conflict Counsel Attorney Services

Firm with Reno office fined for auto pollution devices

The EPA has fined an Ohio company with a Reno office for selling devices that defeat emission controls in diesel powered vehicles.

2 arrested during Carson City sex offender check

During the operation, 144 sex offenders were checked to ensure their registration is up to date as required under state law.

Greenhouse Project’s Grateful Harvest Dinner set

The Greenhouse Project’s Grateful Harvest Dinner will take place Monday, Sept. 19 at Nashville Social Club.

Winnemucca holding pen planned for wild horses faces suit

Advocates are accusing land managers of illegally approving plans for the largest U.S. holding facility for thousands of mustangs.

Sisolak: Governors ‘last line of defense’ for reproductive freedom

Sisolak said he will seek to codify an order he signed that protects in-state abortion providers and out-of-state patients.

Sunday, August 21

Carson City birth announcements for August 10 and 11, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for August 10 and 11, 2022

Bob Hastings: Why I’m voting for a Democrat for the first time in over 25 years

in this election, I will vote to re-elect Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto.

Navy Week set to sail into Carson City

The U.S. Navy is preparing to bring Navy Week to Reno-Carson City with sailors from across the fleet to take part in the service’s signature outreach program.

Western Nevada College counseling aligns services

News and notes from the Carson City campus of Western Nevada College.

Winners, losers in Colorado River water cuts

Observers say a reckoning is still coming for the growing region.

Kelly Bullis: New filing requirement coming

The Corporate Transparency Act requires almost all small business entities to provide information about their owners to the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.

Faith & Insight: Take out the trash!

Because of Jesus, life can be much better when the trash is gone.

Jump Around Carson fares rising with added benefits

Fares for the city’s public transportation system will increase in October but users will have a new mobile app and free Wi-Fi.

Saturday, August 20

Jim Hartman: Trump’s nominees and GOP Senate distress

Trump cost Republicans the House in 2018, the White House in 2020 and the Senate in 2021. He could cost them the Senate in November.

Carson City road report for August 22-28, 2022

Carson City road report for August 22-28, 2022

Michelle Palmer: This dessert will be requested for decades (recipe)

"I have made this cake for probably three decades if not more."

Mental health questioned in Vegas airport panic

Stefan Mathias Hutchison, 33, of Oakland was arrested on successive days at Harry Reid Harry Reid International Airport.

Jim Valentine: The seller’s real property disclosure form

The form and its completed contents can have significant consequences, but are often given little more than a glance.

Past Pages for August 20 to 23, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Feuling updates board on NDE process of sweeping funds from districts

The Carson City School District is navigating new concerns formulated from the Nevada Department of Education’s latest update regarding sweeping funds from state school districts as part of the change accompanying Senate Bill 543.

Friday, August 19

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

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Amended Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Destruction- General Election

‘Small mistakes’ add up in Carson football's opening loss

The big stuff certainly matters, but it’s the little things that the Carson football team will be looking to improve upon after its season-opening loss Friday. The Senators were blanked by visiting Sutter (Calif.), 35-0, in a game where the Huskies executed their own game plan while also taking advantage of a number of Carson breakdowns.

Douglas defense stifles in season opener

Going into the season, Douglas football head coach Kyle Mays said he just wanted his team to “get better” after last season’s 1-8 record. On Friday night, the Tigers looked much improved in their 20-0 win over Argonaut (Jackson, Calif.)

Carson health officer: Monkeypox can infect anyone

“Anyone can acquire monkeypox. Just like anyone can acquire smallpox. It’s a virus in the same class.”

Complaint charges Laxalt violated federal election law

End Citizens United maintains Adam Laxalt used his Morning in Nevada PAC to announce his candidacy last August.

Texas man gets prison in Vegas DUI sports car-moped crash

Data showed the 2017 Lamborghini Huracan reached 141 mph before decreasing to 127 mph when airbags deployed.

Suspect faces death penalty in body-in-freezer case

Las Vegas man is accused of killing his girlfriend's 4-year-old son and hiding the body in a freezer.

Nevada hit with more cuts to Colorado River water

Though the cuts will not result in any immediate new restrictions they signal unpopular decisions about how to reduce consumption are on the horizon.

Nevada funding to create medical residencies

Gov. Steve Sisolak announced funding for five programs that offer graduate medical residency education.

Developer apologizes for dust in Carson City project

The 203-lot Andersen Ranch project is moving forward but not without a public apology to the Board of Supervisors.

Thursday, August 18

Supervisors give 1st OK for more pot dispensaries

Carson City supervisors approved, 3-2, the first reading of an ordinance changing the number of marijuana dispensaries allowed in the city from two to four.

Carson City student honored for helping find sex offender

Avery Meznarich, fourth grader at Mark Twain Elementary School, was recognized for providing excellent intelligence and photographs to the sheriff’s office.

‘A Chorus Line’ playing in Carson City next 2 weekends

Shows are Aug. 19-21 and Aug. 26-28 at the Carson City Community Center’s Bob Boldrick Theater.

Carson High football eyes winning record, postseason

Ryan Boshard enters first year at the helm of the Senators

Carson High football may have a new head coach on the sideline, but that doesn’t necessarily mean fans should expect a whole new brand of football.

Douglas girls’ soccer has priorities set for upcoming season

After missing out on the state tournament last year, Douglas High girls’ soccer has stacked up its chips in anticipation of making another run at a state title this season.

Joe Santoro: Pack’s Wilson can make history in 1st game

Ken Wilson has the easiest debut for a Nevada Wolf Pack football head coach in nearly 50 years.

Eddie 9V ready to electrify Carson City with retro soul

The five-piece band from Atlanta known for their retro soul music plays at the Levitt AMP Concert Series in Carson City on Saturday.

Trina Machacek: Wait for the ding

Trying to slow down and wait is a never-ending battle for me.

Protection sought for butterfly at geothermal project site near Denio

The petition signals the potential for another legal fight all too familiar to Ormat Nevada.

Wednesday, August 17

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Quarterly Financial Statements - City of Fallon

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Notice of Hearing

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

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

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

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

Sisolak tours mental health facility

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

Millions for child mental health OK’d by lawmakers

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

Carson High’s band finds ‘fun’ in fundamentals

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

Flat-track motorcycle racing returns to Fuji Park

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

Carson City staff exploring rock art policy

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

Save Mart pharmacy closures affecting Carson City

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

Past Pages for Aug. 17 to 19, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair begin next week

Tickets available for musical entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights

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

Community Bulletin Board for Aug. 17

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

Churchill County School Trustees tackle a number of issues

Board listens to information on instruction, staffing, safety

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

Birth announcements

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

West named NVO's first chief strategy officer

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

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

Bighorn News: Important Back to School Information

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

Bombay black cats are the bomb

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

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

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

Groups object to proposed Nevada hand-counting rules

The secretary of state's office is proposing statewide rules requiring bipartisan vote counters, room for observation and how many ballots to count at a time.

Man accused of taking vehicle with two children arrested in Carson City

An accused carjacker, who allegedly stole a vehicle containing two children in Reno on Monday, is being held without bail in Washoe County Jail on kidnapping and child endangerment charges.

Tuesday, August 16

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Hillygus Land Patent

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

Lyon County legal - 26980

Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

Carson City legal - 26906

Notice of Sale of Personal Property

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Notice to Contractors

JoAnne Skelly: Plant milkweed for Monarch butterflies

Milkweed is the host plant for monarch butterflies.

Community reunion welcomes back CCHS grads this weekend

The eighth annual Community Wide Reunion for both former Churchill County High School graduates and friends of the Greenwave is this weekend beginning with a concert on Friday night and also with individual class gatherings or dinners.

Nevada Wolf Pack hosts Fan Fest event

Nevada athletics is set to host first Nevada Fan Fest on Tuesday, Aug. 23 to celebrate the start of the 2022 season.

Bus driver shortages spur walking zone modifications

Days ahead of the new school year, Carson City School District officials have announced walking zones have been modified for all middle and high school students from 2 to 2.5 miles due to increasing bus driver shortages.

Air Force jazz band coming to Carson City

The U.S. Air Force Commanders Jazz Ensemble will perform a free concert in the backyard of the Governor’s Mansion on Aug. 28 at 3 p.m.

Carson school superintendent evaluation to change

Board members compared what other jurisdictions have done and identified how to develop ratings for the superintendent.

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, Palisades Tahoe getting improvements

Two big construction projects underway at regional ski resorts will likely transform daily operations.

Tiger football looking to return to form this fall

Fall sports are back in action and Douglas High football has every intention to continue building off of its 1-8 record last season.

Monday, August 15

Sisolak welcomes Carson City students back to school

Fritsch Elementary School’s year began bright and normal with Superintendent Andrew Feuling and Gov. Steve Sisolak making visits.

Public comment sought for NDOT annual work plan

The Nevada Department of Transportation is inviting the public to comment on planned transportation projects for the coming year.

Noem, Cruz energize the crowd at the annual Basque Fry

Republican speakers urge Nevadans to vote ‘red’ in the fall

Republican star power rocked the seventh annual Basque Fry on Saturday at the Corley Ranch south of Gardnerville with U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem offering strong pitches to elect Republicans to the major statewide offices in the Silver State.

Nevada officials say $900,000 in water pollution grants available

The EPA grants are aimed at pollution from non-point sources that are described as a leading cause of water quality deterioration.

Amy Tarkanian defends support of Democrats

"Republican nominees, I believe, are not prepared. They are, and (I'm) being kind, unhinged, and very vindictive individuals."

Westside Home Maint.

Westside Home Maintenance/Landscape/Snow Removal

Marijuana regulations return to Carson City supervisors

Supervisors will consider a new ordinance that would keep the number of marijuana dispensaries in the city at two and regulate curbside pickup.

Nevada public pension plan better than most in past year

Nevada PERS provides pension benefits to over 100,000 public employees in the state.

Sunday, August 14

Carson City birth announcements for July 31 to August 7, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for July 31 to August 7, 2022

Letters to the Editor for August 13, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City children’s museum seeks community input

Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada is asking for input from the public on a community needs assessment survey.

Chattah warns Ford not to start race war, denies 'racist' claims

Sigal Chattah, the Republican nominee for attorney general, defended her statement that Democratic incumbent Aaron Ford “should be hanging from a crane."

Lahontan rec area seeks public input on future

The Nevada Division of State Parks has opened a virtual open house to gather public input into the Lahontan State Recreation Area Development Plan Update.

Jim Valentine: The itty-bitty things to watch

Once again, we are in a transitioning market.

Faith & Insight: Pruning time

The fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.

Competency hearing ordered in Fernley teen’s killing

Troy Driver’s lawyers continue to argue he can’t legally be tried in Lyon County for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Naomi Irion.

Saturday, August 13

Infrastructure bill funds Fernley highway project

That project will complete the Nevada Pacific Parkway between Interstate 80 and Highway 50.

Jim Hartman: Election law and bizarre conspiracy theories

Democrats have their own wackadoodles who have promoted crazy voting machine conspiracy theories.

Carson City road report for August 15 to 21, 2022

Carson City road report for August 15 to 21, 2022

Linda Marrone: Raspberry vinegar a ‘new favorite thing’

With the Farmers Market going strong now is the time to buy your fruit for jam or canning.

Lane closures on Harrigan Road and Union Lane in Fallon Aug. 22-30

Lane closures and travel delays will be in place on Harrigan Road (State Route 115) and Union Lane (State Road 720) in Fallon Aug. 22-Aug. 30 as the Nevada Department of Transportation resurfaces the routes to improve the roadway surface.

Sand Harbor to close for Tahoe Summit

Sand Harbor State Park will be closed Tuesday, Aug. 16 for the annual Tahoe Summit.

Kelly Bullis: Get a tax break by owning your business building

This one is for the business owners out there.

Past Pages for August 13 to 16, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City cycling into the future

Carson City seems poised for a cycling rush, a change in how residents commute.

Roger Diez: Winning droughts broken last weekend

After IndyCar’s Alexander Rossi broke his 39-race losing streak at Indianapolis, Kevin Harvick must have said, “Hold my beer!”

Friday, August 12

Carson City legal - 26902

Notice of Application

Lyon County legal - 26890

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 26903

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 26901

Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

Carson City legal - 26904

Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

Carson City legal - 26907

Invitation to Bid - Martis Valley Trail - Parking Area

Carson City legal - 26900

Notice of Sheriff's Sale

Carson City legal - 26866

Notice of Sale by Auction Manufactured Home/Mobile Home/Commercial Coach

Lyon County Human Services to conduct focus groups

The community needs assessment drives programs and services that are available and future funding opportunities.

Cheers & Kudos: Thursday Nite Cruisers appreciates local businesses

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all the local businesses who supported Thursday Nite Cruisers’ past season (May 5 to July 28) and for making this year one of the most successful, fun, and enjoyable.

New lane closures near Sand Harbor start Monday

Drivers will see nighttime lane closures on State Route 28 north of Sand Harbor State Park starting Monday, Aug. 15.

JoAnne Skelly: Why is my tree trunk splitting?

Bark splitting can occur at various times of year and for a variety of environmental reasons.

Churchill GOP backs Scharmann for county commission seat

The CCRCC will submit Scharmann’s name along with the other candidates to Gov. Steve Sisolak.

Lyon County highway to see lane closures this week

One-way traffic and travel delays will be in place Aug. 15-19 on State Route 338 in Lyon County as the Nevada Department of Transportation resurfaces the highway.

Aguilar criticizes Nye vote-counting plan

Democratic secretary of state nominee Cisco Aguilar roundly criticized the move to go to hand-counting of all-paper ballots for the 2022 general election.

Yerington Police arrest man for assault with deadly weapon

A Schurz man faces several charges after Yerington Police responded to a call of a woman hiding in a restroom.

Latest Lake Mead remains may be related to previous discovery

Human remains found at Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Aug. 6 may actually be from the same set of bones discovered 12 days earlier.

Agriculture department increases funding for wetlands

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is investing up to $20 million in fiscal 2023 to help conservation partners protect and restore critical wetlands.

Thursday, August 11

State Supreme Court: Employees can be fired for pot use

The court ruled that state laws cannot completely legalize marijuana use because the drug remains illegal under federal law.

Joe Santoro: Packers talking about Doubs’ ‘potential’

Romeo Doubs seemingly hasn’t missed a step on his journey from the Pack to the Packers.

Gilbert’s election lawsuit dismissed by Carson judge

Carson District Judge James Wilson dismissed the case as lacking competent evidence to support the allegations of fraud.

Churchill County School District bans student use of electronic devices in the classroom

School district said devices may be disruptive and interfere with learning

Beginning the 2022-23 school year, Churchill County School District will prohibit the use of personal electronic devices by students within classrooms at the middle school and Churchill County High School and will continue to prohibit the use of personal devices at the elementary schools.

Best of Fallon nominations run Aug. 13 through Aug. 28

Nominations for the Lahontan Valley News’ annual Best of Fallon awards will be accepted from Aug. 13, through Aug. 28.

City: No pollution going into Carson River in EPA case

A recent settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency alleges the city was in violation of the Clean Water Act pretreatment program.

Danielle Nicole plays in Carson City for the first time

Danielle Nicole Schnebelen, nominated for the Grammy for Contemporary Blues Album in 2019, plays the Levitt AMP Concert Series on Saturday.

Carson City School District changes bus routes, walking zones

The Carson City School District is modifying the walking zones for all high school and middle school students from 2 miles to 2.5 miles.

Wednesday, August 10

Churchill County legal - 26574

Application for Water 91676

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Notice of Sale of Personal Property

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Advertisement for Bids

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Notice to Creditors

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Important Tax Notice

Trina Machacek: Milestones make smile stones

It just so happens that this “Is This You?” do dah that you are reading today is my 500th column.

Michelle Joy named President & CEO of Carson Tahoe Health

Michelle Joy has been named President & CEO of Carson Tahoe Health. Joy will replace Alan Garrett who has retired. “After a period of thoughtful discernment, I have decided it is time to retire and bring my other interests to the forefront,” said Garrett in a letter to staff on Wednesday “Healthcare will be a unique challenge for the foreseeable future. The industry is at a crossroads. I encourage you to care for one another, take courage through change, and strive to innovate. Our community and patients deserve our best efforts.”

Developer offers to pay for Dayton traffic signal

The Traditions master planned community called for a signalized intersection at Traditions Parkway and the U.S. 50.

DMV requires appointments in Carson City, Reno

Beginning next week, appointments will be required to visit the metropolitan offices of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles for almost all services. DMV officials blamed continuing staff shortages and high customer demand for the elimination of walk-in services at the agency’s six largest metropolitan offices including Carson City and Reno.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office schedules Citizen’s Academy

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office has scheduled a fall Citizen’s Academy beginning August 24.

Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks theft suspect

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying a male who stole a wallet and a cell phone from a local business located in the 1900 block of N. Carson Street.

Carson City schools announce new principals, administrators

The Carson City School District has appointed 13 new principals and district administrators for the 2022-23 school year.

Sprint to the finish: District scrambles to hire personnel before school begins Monday

With the opening of Churchill County schools just days away, the school district has scrambled during the past two weeks to cover most vacancies for both teachers and support staff. Opening day for the school district’s primary and secondary schools is Monday. Both new and returning licensed staff reported to their respective schools earlier this week, but Churchill County, has faced the same dilemma as other school districts across the state to fill the openings.

Community Bulletin Board for Aug. 11-17

Join the Churchill Arts Council for an artist talk and reception for two artists on Saturday from 5-7 p.m. at the Oats Park Arts Center. A talk with Lee Saloutos begins at 5:30 p.m. The New Mountains is on display in the E. L. Wiegand Gallery. Tawni Shuler will also talk about her exhibit, which also begins at 5:30 p.m. Where We Connect is on display in the Kirk Robertson Gallery. The exhibits in both galleries are on display through Nov. 12

Theater presents Tahoe Chamber Music Society on Friday

Fallon Theatre will present this Friday at 7 p.m. a Tahoe Chamber Music Society performance featuring Dustin Budish playing the viola and Eileen Brownell on cello.

Jeanette Strong: How to profit from a loss

“What Trump's gonna do, is just declare victory. Right? He's gonna declare victory. But that doesn't mean he's a winner. He's just gonna say he's a winner.” Steve Bannon, Donald Trump campaign advisor, Oct. 31, 2020 Months before the 2020 presidential election, then-President Donald Trump knew there was a good chance he was going to lose, so he laid the groundwork early. First, Trump declared over and over that if he lost, it meant the election was rigged.

Veterans Guest House: Come be our guest

To my fellow veterans and their families: At Veterans Guest House, we have one purpose: to help you gain access to the healthcare you need. Our organization started almost 30 years ago when it was discovered that veterans and their families were sleeping in their cars. They couldn’t afford the cost of a motel when they came to Reno for medical appointments. While much has improved since then, we still have a long way to go.

Bighorn News: Juniors’ and seniors’ semester started Monday

Summer is coming to an end early for Oasis juniors and seniors. The college prep students began mini session college classes on Monday at the WNC campus.

The bare facts about bears and dogs

Dear Reader, I have mentioned before I used to live in the Colorado wilderness. Fortunately, I had a wonderful Labrador companion named Mr. White. He was formidable, fearless, and fabulous. We spent most of our days walking and enjoying the beautiful country.

New AD leads Greenwave into fall season

Responsibilities include oversight of athletics, activities and facilities in new role

After being thrust into taking over the Fallon boys soccer program in the middle of last season, Joe Wood guided the Greenwave to a strong finish despite missing out on the postseason. Now, Wood will oversee not just the boys soccer program, but the entire Greenwave athletics department after he became the school’s vice principal and athletics director. Brad Daum, the previous athletics director for more than two decades, retired after this last school year.

From track to softball, Mori to continue playing career in North Carolina

Playing on a national softball team, running track for the first time and finishing her senior year, Rachel Mori had a lot on her plate. The recent Fallon grad, who also played soccer in the fall, accomplished a lot in the final months of her high school career, including signing her letter to play softball William Peace University, a Division III school in Raleigh, N.C.

Past Pages for August 10 to 12, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Remembrance Run ends at Stewart school on Sunday

The 50-mile journey from the Yerington Paiute Reservation to the Stewart Indian School in Carson City honors the children who survived Indian boarding schools and remembers those who did not.

Carson Tahoe cornhole tourney raises money for cancer patients

Hope hung in the air Aug. 5 as dozens of people showed up near McFadden Plaza downtown to play cornhole and raise funds for local cancer patients.

Tuesday, August 9

Lyon County legal - 26742

Notice to Creditors by Publication

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Notice of Hearing

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Carson City legal - 26753

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 26738

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 26631

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Aces complete six-game sweep over Las Vegas

The Reno Aces have yet to lose in the month of August after beating the Las Vegas Aviators in six straight games to begin the month.

GoFundMe page set up for March family

Carson High’s freshman football coach, John March, passed away over the weekend.

2022 Nevada roadway deaths matching 2021

Through July, roadway fatalities are down in most Nevada counties. The exception is Clark County, where 142 have died this year compared to 119 last year.

BLM names Carson City district manager

The Bureau of Land Management has named Kimberly Dow as district manager of the Carson City district.

Carson City Historical Society hosting Chautauqua, picnic

Kim Harris will perform “The Life of Annie Roberts” during the Carson City Historical Society’s Aug. 27 picnic lunch and auction.

Carson educator uses his life to reach students

Patrick Maynard, Sierra Lutheran High School’s new head of school, said educators generally are nervous to hear straight from students.

Gardnerville Basque Fry speaker list grows

Speakers at the Basque Fry on Saturday will include South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz at the Corley Ranch south of Gardnerville.

Monday, August 8

LCSO: Yerington home invasion ends in fatal shooting

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal shooting at a Yerington residence

PUC reminds Nevadans to call before digging

The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada is reminding all Nevadans to call before digging.

Cauley gears up for next pro bout

Sullivan Cauley wants to stay busy.

Sex offender, 70, arrested in Carson City

Charles Berton, 70, was arrested Saturday on a half dozen felony counts, including indecent exposure in front of an 8-year-old girl.

Carson City Sheriff's Office looking for missing person

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating Heidi Lanyon.

Carson resident talks animals in Wildlife Board appointment

Tim Wilson, a retired state worker, was appointed to the city's Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife that advises the state’s wildlife commission.

More human remains discovered at Lake Mead

It's the fourth time since May that remains have been uncovered as the lake's shoreline retreats at the shrinking reservoir between Nevada and Arizona.

Cortez Masto says wildfire funding available in Nevada

Cortez Masto said individual grants of up to $250,000 are available to create and update community wildfire protection plans.

Letters to the Editor for August 6, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Gun range planned for Nevada Guard in Hawthorne

A small-arms training range is expected to be built at the Hawthorne Army Depot by fiscal year 2025, Nevada Sen. Jacky Rosen recently announced.

Sunday, August 7

Carson City birth announcements for July 11 to 29, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for July 11 to 29, 2022

Trina Machacek: Dinner conversations

Looking around the table I decided that all three of us could be trusted in the big pink cookie supply chain.

Get Healthy Carson City: Check back-to-school vaccines

Certain vaccines are required in Nevada for kids in day cares, public or private schools, and Nevada universities.

Kate Johnson: Pizza without the carbs (recipe)

There are those times when we are watching our carbohydrates either to drop a few pounds or to keep the blood sugar in good standing.

Nursing foundation honors WNC interim director

Deborah Ingraffia-Strong is a nominee for the 2022 Shining Stars of Nursing in Nevada People’s Choice Award.

Mammovan in Fallon on Aug. 12

Nevada Health Centers’ Mammovan will be in Northern Nevada from Tuesday, Aug. 9 to Monday, Aug. 15, with stops scheduled in Fallon, Carson City, Virginia City and Silver Springs.

Kelly Bullis: Depreciation on vehicles

Congress has decided to create a maze for navigating through all the ups and downs of figuring out how much depreciation expense you can take on a vehicle.

Faith & Insight: Do you believe this?

Believing in the wondrous truth of eternal life with God, through faith in Jesus Christ, is the anchor of our faith – that glorious hope.

Carson Recorder’s Office offers subscription for notifications

Enrolled subscribers will receive an email notification when a document is recorded on an enrolled name or assessor parcel number.

Saturday, August 6

Jim Hartman: Biden’s defense budget is insufficient and weak

Biden proposed a $773 billion for defense in the next fiscal year, a nominal 4% increase from 2022.

Carson City road report for August 8 to 14, 2022

Carson City road report for August 8 to 14, 2022.

JoAnne Skelly: Stop strangling trees

"I often see improper staking of trees, more a strangling than a method of stabilizing the root ball."

Free summer Yoga in the Park each Monday in Carson City

The Wellness Yoga classes take place at John Mankins Park, 3051 Oak Ridge Drive in Carson City, starting at 5:30 p.m.

Jim Valentine: The importance of signatures

We’ve come a long way from when an individual would sign by making their mark.

Past Pages for August 6 to 9, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Nevada rental firm faces probes over pandemic evictions

Probes of The Siegel Group followed findings by a congressional oversight panel that company executives used “potentially unlawful” tactics last year to force tenants out.

Roger Diez: Rossi breaks streak in dominating fashion

Last weekend’s Indy doubleheader provided exciting racing for the NTT IndyCar series as well as the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity series.

Friday, August 5

Carson City legal - 2630

Notice to Creditors

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 26599

Annual Statement

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 26561

Quaterly Report of Total Receipts and Expenditures

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Carson City legal - 26581

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 26586

Notice of Application

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Amended Notice of Hearing

District ‘blessed’ as Eagle Valley celebrates new building

Carson City School District’s administrators, trustees and construction manager CORE Construction celebrated the completion of a three-year expansion project enlarging Eagle Valley’s educational facilities to help balance out the total needs of the city’s burgeoning student population between its two middle schools.

Carson City Legal - 26593

Petition for Change of Name

Mammovan in Carson City on Aug. 9

Nevada Health Centers’ Mammovan will be in Northern Nevada from Tuesday, Aug. 9 to Monday, Aug. 15, with stops scheduled in Carson City, Fallon, Virginia City and Silver Springs.

Jazz & Beyond opener moved to Brewery Arts Center

The Jazz & Beyond opening event on Friday, Aug. 5 has been moved from the Governor's Mansion to the Brewery Arts Center's Performance Hall.

Nevada announces Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022

The class features Sam Bias, Bill Bonsall, Ryan Church, Bridget Galvin Brush, Faron Hand, David Nelson and Tahnee Robinson.

2020 results denier to oversee voting in Nye County

Nye County commissioners appointed a new top election official who has denied that President Joe Biden won the 2020 election.

Thursday, August 4

Foothill home hit by mudslide after heavy rain

Lightning strikes are hammering Western Nevada as second afternoon of thunderstorms arrives

Carson City Christian schools team up for new year

Legacy Christian Academy is sharing buildings with Grace and Wonder Child Development Center, its neighbor.

Supervisors move forward with affordable housing plan

Supervisors approved an agreement in order to secure a $2.2 million loan for development of 80 affordable housing units.

Joe Santoro: Cut the Pack some slack

This will likely be a season of patience, understanding, restraint and composure for the Nevada football team and its fans.

Update: Highway 89 between Markleeville and Woodfords remains closed

More than 2 inches of rain fell in the Tamarack burn scar flooding Markleeville on Wednesday night

Macau rebound depends on China, former gaming control chairman says

Casinos in Macau, many owned by Nevada operators, will not bounce back as quickly from current COVID restrictions and closures as Las Vegas resorts did.

Nevada gets nearly $15M for workforce development

Sen. Jacky Rosen said the cash will support workforce development projects in manufacturing, health care, information technology and transportation across Northern Nevada.

Ronni Hannaman: Mark Twain was one of Carson’s most famous residents

Many locals don’t know Mark Twain lived off and on in Carson City for three years.

Construction paused on Churchill County geothermal plant

The developer agreed to suspend construction just hours after a U.S. appeals court had refused to halt the project opponents say would harm an endangered toad and destroy sacred hot springs.

Wednesday, August 3

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Public Notice of Action

Get Healthy Carson City: Breastfeeding benefits a baby’s health

Breastfeeding is the natural way to nourish a baby, but that does not mean it comes easy.

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Notice of Hearing

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Raiders' Josh Jacobs embraces 'big year' ahead

When the team didn't exercise Josh Jacobs' fifth-year option, it meant 2022 would be an audition.

Damage claim from Tamarack Fire tops $85 million

More than two dozen Douglas and Alpine counties residents are claiming around $85 million in damages from the U.S. Forest Service

Cortez Masto’s bill to help police passes Senate

It contains $250 million over the next five years to support small police agencies pay for training, mental health support and recruitment.

Furlong: Sheriff’s Night Out directs families to resources

The 19th annual community event brought together about 30 local law enforcement, city agencies and substance abuse programs.

Carson schools change security protocols for visitors

Visitors to Carson City’s public schools will find some changes after administrators examined its security protocols.

Sacramento rockers return to headline Carson City

Bad Mother Nature comes to Carson City on Saturday for the Levitt AMP Concert Series.

Past Pages for August 3 to 5, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Hundreds attend annual community day

Local groups hand out school supplies to the area’s students

Churchill County residents lined up by the hundreds Saturday at the annual Fallon Community Day, a one-day event that primarily gave away free school supplies for children in attendance. Churchill County, the city of Fallon, the Churchill Community Coalition and New Frontier co-sponsored the annual event which was held for the first time at the new Rafter R3C arena. Not only did families receive school supplies, but they also mingled with the area’s first responders and had a chance to meet the various representatives of organizations that provided information.

Weather cools off for Churchill County

Highs dip into the 90s after a month of hitting the century mark

After another hot July, cooler weather is ringing in August with daytime highs in the lower to mid 90s and lows ranging in the 60s, reports the National Weather Service in Reno. Naval Air Station Fallon recorded 18 days of 100 degrees or higher for July, a slight increase from 2021 when 17 days reached the century mark. The weather service, however, has used readings from the University of Nevada Experimentation Station since 1903 which had 24 days reaching a minimum of 100 degrees.

Fallon man, woman agree to plea deal

Sentencing scheduled in Tenth District Court in early October

Two Fallon residents who were originally charged earlier this year with murder and three other counts pleaded guilty earlier this month in Tenth Judicial District Court to involuntary manslaughter and tampering with evidence.

Commissioners meet Thursday morning

The Churchill County commissioners meet Thursday at 8:15 a.m. at the Churchill County Administrative Building, Commission Chambers, 155 N. Taylor St., Suite 145.

Bighorn News: Connors joins Bighorns

Coming from Lowry High School in Winnemucca, Oasis is thrilled to have Calvin Connors join the Oasis team for the 2022-23 school year. Connors will be part of the Special Education Team for Oasis Academy College Prep.

Ag tours to showcase drought-tolerant crops

Agriculture producers and others are invited to tour field plots in Northern Nevada where the University of Nevada, Reno and its partners are researching drought-tolerant and high-demand crops.

Community Bulletin Board

Books, Bites and Beverages: A Literary Adventure is back. This popular fundraiser for the Churchill County Library, on hiatus for several years, returns Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m. for all to enjoy. Sponsored by the Churchill Library Association, the fundraiser includes wine, refreshments and the opportunity to support the library and have a good time. Tickets are $30. Raffle baskets accompany each literary-themed table and raffle tickets are $5 each or 6 for $25. The wine pull allows participation even if you can’t attend at $20 per bottle of wine randomly selected.

The Nevada Traveler: Austin’s churches have colorful historic backstories

One of the first things you notice when driving through the historic central Nevada mining town of Austin are the churches. There are three magnificent red-brick frontier-style houses of worship that are nearly a century and a half old.

Small arms training range planned for Nevada Guard

Army approves plan to build new facility at Hawthorne by 2025

The Nevada National Guard is expected to have a small arms training range built at the Hawthorne Army Depot by fiscal year 2025, Nevada Sen. Jacky Rosen recently announced. The Democratic senator, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the U.S. Army will implement plans this year to construct an approved range at the sprawling military installation 70 miles south of Fallon.

Did you say wolf or was it woof?

Dear reader, it is always a treat to have your relatives visit, but sometimes it provides an education that you didn’t expect. When my nephew visited, he asked if his lady friend could bring her wolf by to meet us. I could not say no, because I was so curious.

Churchill County School District back to school news

Churchill County School District has released the latest Back to School information. Food service There will be no food service during the week of Aug. 8-12. The food service staff is preparing for back to school.

SYFL Experience returns to Fallon

For the first time since 2019, the Sierra Youth Football League Experience will kick off the youth football and cheer season. One of the biggest football events in the region will stop at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex on Saturday. Fallon Youth Football League will host the SYFL Experience scrimmage and weigh-in and check-in event, where more than 7,000 players, coaches and families will journey to Fallon.

Carson library looking at internal candidates for director

The board is trying to fill the position of library director with the departure of Tod Colegrove, who took the position in 2019.

Update: Firefighters douse Pine Nut blazes

Hoseline encircles 27.5 acre Lebo Springs Fire

Tuesday, August 2

Carson City legal - 26570

Notice of Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 26572

Change of Name

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Public Notice of Action

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Lien Sale

Free clothing exchange in Carson City this weekend

Carson City LDS is hosting its 15th annual Community Clothing Exchange on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5-6.

Bowers fire station closed due to bats

Due to an infestation of bats, it has been determined that the station is a health and safety risk to fire crews.

Cason City Legal - 26530

Notice To Creditors

Returning to Canton special for Raiders’ McDaniels

Growing up in Canton, Josh McDaniels vividly remembers seeing stenciled helmets painted on the double-yellow lines on his way to high school.

Marilyn Foster: Colorado’s gold is found in its history

I just returned from a weeklong trip to western Colorado that has to go down as one of my favorite trips ever.

Carson City jazz festival enters 19th year

The 19th Jazz and Beyond Music & Art Festival starts Friday and extends to Aug. 21.

Lack of industrial space pushes Northern Nevada rental rates

Industrial developers have delivered 5 million square feet of new industrial product in the first two quarters of 2022.

Monday, August 1

Update: Fallon Police investigating murder-suicide

Navy releases information on individuals involved in incident

The Fallon Police Department has an open investigation into a murder-suicide that resulted in the deaths of two sailors assigned to the Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center. The identified sailors are Anthony Kent Mustizer, 27, of Tallassee, Florida, and Tiffany Nicole Kerlee, 27, of Soledad, Calif.

Carson sheriff: Fentanyl not being shipped by mail

A powdery substance found in the mail by Carson City residents over the weekend was not fentanyl or anything else dangerous, Sheriff Ken Furlong said.

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Fire hydrant flow testing in Dayton, Mound House areas

Lyon County Utilities will be performing fire hydrant flow testing throughout the Dayton and Mound House areas on Wednesday and Thursday.

Ask Dirk: A tribute to Fred Roper

Fred Roper, the founder of Roper’s Heating and Air Conditioning, is celebrating his career, retiring after 70 years in the HVAC industry.

Dog rules for Carson City parks moving forward

A new set of dog rules for Carson City’s parks and trailheads is moving to the Board of Supervisors with some exceptions.

Letters to the Editor for July 30, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson supervisors eye $5M for infrastructure bonds

Up to $5.55 million would be used for infrastructure projects, namely the William Street corridor project.