Reno businessman Don Tatro has announced his candidacy for state Senator District 16.
The more than 330,000 square feet of retail construction and renovation underway in Reno is expected to create a “flight to quality” as Northern Nevada retailers jockey for position in emerging and gentrified retail submarkets.
The Utah State Aggies seemingly turned their season around last week.
The repositioning of the old AT&T and Nevada Bell building on East Plumb Lane is a huge win for the Northern Nevada office market.
The Carson City Parks and Recreation Commission will meet Tuesday, Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m. in the Bob Boldrick Theater of the Community Center on 851 E. William St.
Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 78-49 loss to the Utah State Aggies on Saturday at Lawlor Events Center:
RENO — University of Nevada, Reno Extension is holding a beginning beekeeping workshop for new beekeepers and beekeepers looking to hone their skills.
Marla Morris, Executive Director of Austin’s House will be the guest speaker at the next Rotary Club of Carson City lunch meeting. The meeting takes place on Tuesday, February 1st at noon in the Brewery Arts Centers Grand Ballroom. The public is invited to attend.
A Las Vegas man is facing federal charges alleging he threatened the lives of state election workers he blamed for "stealing the election."
A six-vehicle crash killed nine people and left one person in critical condition in Nevada, and police are trying to determine if a driver was impaired before running a red light, causing the collision.
Broadway In The HOOD (BITH) in partnership with the Brewery Arts Center and the Nevada Arts Council will present the critically acclaimed touring production of the Broadway play, “American Son.”
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A state panel will consider allowing public schools in Nevada's two most populous counties to hire emergency substitute teachers who have only a high school diploma.
I recently experienced that it is not all that daunting to travel in this strange time of Covid. Yes, there was certainly the need to wear a mask almost everywhere but in your hotel room; however, after two years of mask wearing, it’s become rather a habit.
The Carson City Host Lions Club held its annual Student Speaker Contest on Jan. 18. Carson High School student Viviana Castro won the contest and received a $75 stipend.
Sometimes, I feel the need to review a topic previously published. This is one of them. So many employers just do not know anything at all about this credit, to their loss.
Road Report as of Jan. 27. The following information applies to the period of Jan. 31 – Feb. 6: Road closures are expected at the following locations due to road/utility work:
Meander through a Carson High School yearbook from the 1930s or ’50s or ’70s, and read the graduates--Paul Laxalt, a Nevada governor and senator; Bob Crowell, a popular Carson City mayor; Lisa Schuette, Carson City supervisor; Grace Bordewich, well-loved and admired teacher; Ken Furlong, Carson City sheriff.
Thomas Heffron, who escaped along with 28 prisoners five years ago from the Nevada State Prison, was captured recently in Tillamook county, Oregon, but managed to give his captors the slip. In Oregon Heffron was known as “Sand Lake” Thompson. Several Indians and whites are on the track and it is thought he will manage to escape recapture.
With a 45-29 win over Damonte Ranch and a 42-39 win over rival Douglas, the Carson High wrestlers took care of business on their home mats during Senior Night Wednesday.
Ideas on Tap is highlighting Black History Month Feb. 9 at the Adams Hub for Innovation. Northern Nevadans are invited to bring their favorite soul food dish with the recipe card and enjoy an open forum on Black history.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that he had raised a record setting $4.5 million for a tough re-election campaign in 2021. That gives Democrat Sisolak a political warchest of $8.28 million cash on hand, more than all his Republican challengers combined.
The “Downtown 2020 Group,” the city, and other organizations have worked hard to improve our downtown corridor to recruit businesses, tourism and make it a gathering place for our locals.
Snoopy and the Red Baron, a traveling exhibition on view at the Brewery Arts Center, from Feb. 19-May15, celebrates one of Snoopy’s most recognized personas.
Nevada casinos finished the calendar year with their 10th straight month of more than $1 billion in winnings.
The Nevada Taxation Department has now refunded $64.88 million of the Modified Business Tax illegally overpaid by Nevada businesses.
Nevadans Michael J. McDonald and James Degraffenreid are among 14 people being subpoenaed by the Jan. 6 Select Committee of Congress, it was announced on Friday.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet Feb. 3 at 8:30 a.m. for their regular meeting. Beginning at 5 p.m., they will consider three appeals of the Carson Valley Meats animal processing facility that the Planning Commission approved in December.
Insurance is an important component of business today, especially when it comes to real estate. There are many types of insurance to be had and most are must haves when looked at objectively.
Douglas High athletic director John Glover confirmed Friday morning that Brian Mello was no longer the head coach for the Tiger girls' basketball team. Jason Carter will serve as the interim coach.
The recent hiring of Ken Wilson at Nevada and Timmy Chang at Hawaii suggests that just might be the case. Wilson and Chang, both former Nevada assistants, give the Mountain West eight head coaches that have a strong connection to the university previously as either a player or coach.
At approximately 2 a.m. Friday, the Central Lyon County Fire Protection District (CLCFPD) was dispatched to 3625 Cypress Street in Silver Springs for a reported large debris fire.
Continuing a tradition that began with the late Mayor Bob Crowell, Mayor Lori Bagwell gave her first State of the City address on Thursday. The Chamber of Commerce hosted the presentation and luncheon.
The Carson City School District is requesting the community’s feedback on the six superintendent candidate interviews held this week to narrow down the school board’s final choices to two.
Residents may participate in a survey and comment on an interactive map at CarsonProud.com/east-william-complete-streets-project.
A suspect fled the Plumas Bank in the 1100 block of North Carson Street with an undisclosed amount of money after a bank robbery.
A motorist who noticed a pickup truck and trailer outside a northern Nevada construction company the day before Christmas provided a key clue to the arrest of a California man accused of stealing explosives and driving them to suburban Las Vegas, federal authorities said Tuesday.
Some say that Cioppino originated on the San Francisco docks and was based on the catch of the day, others say that it comes to us from Liguria, Italy. I am thankful for however this wonderful, flavorful fish stew arrived at our shores.
Two physicians enlisted to oversee what would be Nevada's first execution since 2006 don't ever want to be identified publicly, state officials told a federal judge on Wednesday.
Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 77-66 loss to the Colorado State Rams on Tuesday at Fort Collins, Colo. . . .
The Northern Nevada Development Authority held its annual State of the Counties conference Wednesday in Carson City.
A former assistant principal at a middle school in rural Lyon County has been sentenced to one to five years in prison on child pornography charges.
The lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the reapportionment maps approved by lawmakers in the Special Legislative Session has been expanded to include Gov. Steve Sisolak and Attorney General Aaron Ford.
A conservation group and a southern Nevada ski resort said Tuesday they settled a federal lawsuit that had blocked plans to put a mountain biking park on steep terrain that is home to the endangered Mount Charleston blue butterfly.
The Nevada Employment Security division says IRS tax form 1099-G will be mailed to all claimants by the end of January.
Twelve Carson High School’s Advanced Photography students have their work in Photo Finished 2022 at the Brick. This exhibition presents their creative projects based on four years of studying with teacher Kara Ferrin.
I readily admit I’m a tree hugger, from way back. My dad initiated my love of trees by taking me on explorations in the “Forest Preserves” in Illinois. My husband and I bought our property in West Washoe Valley in 1988 not because we fell in love with the house, but because I fell in love with the trees.
Imagine if you could change one “little thing” in your daily life and improve your mental health — and maybe even that of those around you. This “little thing” would differ from person to person and time to time and this column explores the power of using positive language in determining our affect as a path to improved mental health.
A few years ago, I attended a program by Eugene Hattori at the Nevada State Museum about the incredibly old petroglyphs that were carved into the tufa coating on boulders in the Winnemucca Lake area. Unlike most Nevada petroglyphs, such as those at Grimes Point that are carved on boulders coated with brown desert varnish, the ones at Winnemucca Lake are carved into the coating of tufa on the surface of boulders that had been under water several thousand years before. Also, unlike petroglyphs on desert varnish-coated boulders, petroglyphs on tufa rock can be dated due to traces of organic material in the tufa.
An Oasis Academy eighth grader is this year’s state winner in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriot’s Pen contest.
The Andersen Ranch Estates project between Ormsby Boulevard and Mountain Street has begun grubbing.
The Churchill County Library has outgrown its present location, and as a result of increased usage over the years, Churchill County commissioners received the newest Library Strategic Plan at their last meeting.
Tickets remain for Saturday’s musical performance at the Oats Park Arts Center. Del Castillo makes its Fallon debut with an 8 p.m. show in the Barkley Theater.
The Recorder’s Office has heard your requests and now offers Fraud Guard, a simple way to help prevent you from being the victim of property fraud via notification when there is activity on a property with your name on it.
Tiffany Josephs has been appointed the Court Administrator Designate pending the retirement of current Court Administrator Sue Sevon in June 2022.
University of Nevada, Reno Extension and their certified Master Gardeners offer “Gardening in Nevada: The Bartley Ranch Series.”
Instructor Makenzie Warren is in his second year of leading the Oasis Academy Orchestra. Mr. Warren joined Oasis with experience including playing the violin for over 23 years and Majoring in Violin Performance at Dixie State University in Saint George, Utah. His career has included playing in over fifteen orchestras, including symphony orchestras, chamber orchestras, and theater orchestras.
It’s come to my attention that pet health insurance has been in the news lately, and I thought it would be a good idea to explore just what it covers.
In 2008, the historic railroad town of Wells, located on Interstate 80 about 45 miles east of Elko, was changed forever. That day a devastating earthquake struck the community of about 1,200 people, damaging many of the town’s most historic buildings.
Americans are observing a terrible anniversary this month. It was virtually two years ago when the first confirmed case of the COVID-19 virus was discovered in the United States.
“Is YOUR trip necessary?” “When You Ride Alone, You Ride with Hitler!” “Use it up - Wear it out - Make do.” “Do with less - So they’ll have enough!” The above slogans are just a few that were publicized widely
This will be my last column for the Lahontan Valley News. I have declared candidacy for County Commissioner for District 2. Pete Olsen holds that seat now but will be termed out and can’t run again, much to the regret of many.
Vida D. Keller, a two-term commissioner with Lyon County, has announced her candidacy for Assembly District 38.
A Regular Meeting of the Churchill County Board of School Trustees will be held Wednesday beginning at 5:30 p.m. on the Virtual Platform of GotoWebinar, 690 S. Maine St., Fallon, Nevada 89406.
With less than a minute left in regulation, the Lady Wave needed clutch long-range shooting and defensive stops to keep their playoff hopes alive.
After a humbling setback on Friday against Elko, the Greenwave boys basketball team rebounded on Saturday against Spring Creek to stay in the race for the playoffs.
Six wrestlers reached the podium, including a pair who won it all, as the Greenwave wrestling team finished sixth out of 26 teams in the Walter Marrietta Vaquero Classic in Fernley on Saturday.
Even though spring semester began on Monday, students can still register for classes in their myWNC account through Friday, Jan. 28. After this date, students can continue to add classes, but they must submit a late registration form with instructor approval to Admissions and Records.
Las Vegas-based real estate development and management firm Kingsbarn Capital & Development plans to break ground in February on a multifamily apartment complex in Carson City.
The Lyon County Commission approved a code amendment last week that directs staff to proceed with establishing its regulations and uses for tiny houses as accessory dwelling units.
Parsa Hadjighasemi is believed to have broken a Carson High record Tuesday night in the Senators win over Galena
Ken Wilson and Jim Mastro are back together. The Nevada Wolf Pack football program announced last week that Jim Mastro, who coached Wolf Pack running backs for 11 seasons (2000-10), is returning to the program as the Senior Director of Administration and Operations.
With only two months before filing opens in Nevada, candidates for governor filed their first contributions and expense reports for 2022.
Nevada Health Centers’ School-based Health Center on 618 W. Musser St. will offer COVID-19 and flu vaccinations to adults and children Jan. 26. All are welcome to visit the walk-in clinic from 9-11 a.m.
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels is scheduled to participate in the Aviation Roundup Airshow at the Minden-Tahoe Airport Oct. 1-2.
The Nevada Division of Forestry is accepting pre-proposals for several competitive grants for restoration projects in the state.
Amid reports of struggling student performance and school board upheavals, a group wants to ask Nevada voters to give communities the power to secede from large school districts.
The landmark volcano that spits fire outside the Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas will soon be snuffed out.
The sale will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 5 and 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 6.
The Carson City School District on Monday announced transportation service would resume Wednesday, with a few of its routes doubling up and minor time delays to be expected.
Carson Valley representation in the Nevada Legislature is shaping up to be a Lyon vs. Douglas contest.
Nevada prison officials say they still are battling the effects of COVID-19 on inmates and staff but getting an increasing number of both vaccinated.
The exhibition presents large color photographs gathered by Paul Mudgett.
The Boise State Broncos and San Diego State Aztecs turned back the clock last Saturday night in San Diego. “It was an old school college basketball game,” said San Diego State coach Brian Dutcher after the 42-37 loss to the Broncos at the Aztecs’ Viejas Arena. “Defense was at a premium, rebounding was a necessity.”
Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 77-73 victory over the Fresno State Bulldogs on Friday at Lawlor Events Center . . .
Mammography screenings are primarily for women age 40 and older.
For the first time, Nevada Health Link has signed up more than 100,000 Nevadans for health insurance.
PF-50, the USS Carson City, was commissioned on March 24, 1944.
The Carson City School Board of Trustees appointed new roles for board members during their Jan. 11 meeting.
The Carson City Planning Commission will meet Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Over the coming decade, the program will provide $217.5 million in bonds for grants.
The Joyful Noise Carson Children’s Choir will begin the spring session Tuesday.
From the moment you decide to buy or sell a home you will have a lot of decisions to make.
A key question to ask oneself is this: Whose identity is greater?
Retired Dayton resident Ruby McFarland’s 94th birthday is Feb. 1.
Biden has chosen to focus on voting rights, which ranks far down the list of voter concerns.
WNC provides students with the option of taking short-term, late-start and self-paced courses.
Law enforcement officers face enormous stress and mental health demands while on the job. Unfortunately, that stress can lead to burn out, PTSD, substance abuse, leaving the career and even suicide. Members of the Rotary Club of Carson City will learn how the officers in the Carson City Sheriff’s Office manage those challenges at the club’s next meeting, Tuesday, January 25th at noon. The meeting takes place in the Grand Ballroom at the Brewery Arts Center; members of the public are invited to attend.
The 10-week academy will start Feb. 16 and run through April 20.
Ask yourself, “Do I need and/or use this in my business?”
Weekly rehearsals will include two with instrumental ensemble.
Overall, employment is up 94,700 jobs since December 2020.
Minden’s own Tanner Thorson stood on the victory stand for the 36th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl.
The first giant creature to inhabit the earth, the ichthyosaur, dominated the earth's oceans in the Triassic period.
After announcing transportation services would be limited to special education routes as of Friday, Carson City School District Superintendent Richard Stokes said the limitations would continue Monday and Tuesday.
George Brett spoke at the Bobby Dolan Baseball Dinner to benefit the University of Nevada baseball program.
A new year means it’s time to start gardening chores all over again.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, the Sutro Tunnel will undergo formal exploration.
The Davis Cup will be coming to Reno for the first time in the event's history and only the second time the event will use Nevada as it's featured stage.
Dayton High wrestling is coming along as the Dust Devils continue to prove their worth at local tournaments around Northern Nevada
Sean Maurice Dean is being held at Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City.
Ormat Technologies says it may abandon the project if a 90-day court order remains in place.
Crime reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.
Election reform begins with fixing the flawed 1887 Electoral Count Act.
Carson Valley Meats wants a special use permit to operate a meat processing facility near Highway 50 and Detroit Road.
Carson High boys basketball couldn't keep pace with Douglas in the second half after putting up a valiant performance in the first 16 minutes.
Carson High girls basketball hung with the Tigers of Douglas for the first half before Douglas was able to pull out the win Thursday.
An ankle sprain is the most common sports-related injury.
Due to staffing shortages, the Carson City School District transportation and bus services will be limited to only special education routeseffective Friday, Jan. 21, 2022. Consequently, the school district asks that all parents and families make arrangements to transport their regular education students to and from school until further notice. In the immediate short-term, district officials will make daily communications to update parents and families on the ability to fully resume transportation services.
South Carson Street alone accounts for 66 percent of the city’s taxable retail sales.
Gruden resigned as coach of the Raiders in October with more than six seasons remaining on his 10-year, $100 million contract.
Christina Silva and Anne Traum were approved by the Judiciary Committee with bipartisan support.
Sisolak raised $4.5 million throughout 2021 and ended the year with $8.3 million in cash on hand.
Readers of the book have often asked me where I came up with the names.
Sandoval pointed to high vaccination rates among students and faculty.
He said there are nearly 100 nursing positions open across the state.
I just have one of those attention spans that always goes to the next shiny, quick, exciting thing that I encounter.
With Matt Mumme as head coach, the last five years would not have been wasted.
Francis G. Newlands, a U.S. senator from Nevada, died in 1917.
Nevada will receive $25.9 million in federal funding for rural health care providers.
The tree lighting behind Fallon’s Maine Street fountain, the youngsters talking to Santa, revelers sipping hot chocolate … hundreds of residents packing downtown to ring in the Yuletide season.
Storms that dumped multiple feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada over the holidays gave weather forecasters and water masters reason to believe 2022 would be a banner year like 2017.
As part of the Green Industry Continuing Education Series, University of Nevada, Reno Extension is offering a series of online, entry-level classes for those wishing to become nursery worker certified.
The Churchill County commissioners meet Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the Churchill County Administrative Building, Commission Chambers, 155 N. Taylor St., Suite 145.
Jan. 11 was National Milk Day and locally-owned Sand Hill Dairy donated over 550 pints of milk to help the school recognize the day. As part of the celebration Sand Hill owner Isidro Alves led students in the Pledge of Allegiance that morning.
While there’s not much to see in the tiny enclave of Currie, located about an hour south of Wells via U.S. 93, the community has a rich history that dates back to the 1870s, when a freight and stage stop called Bellinger’s Spring was established there because of the presence of water.
The annual event features presentations from EDAWN President/CEO Mike Kazmierski and Brian Gordon of economic research firm Applied Analysis.
Del Castillo appears at the Oats Park Art Center on Jan. 29. In addition to the performance at 8 p.m., a free conversation with the artists begins at 3 p.m. The conversation focuses on Creating Music with Cross-Cultural Power.
The Intergovernmental Executive Committee met last week at the Fallon Convention Center for a Navy update on numerous items including legislative, cultural resources and tribal engagement.
The University of Nevada, Reno Extension’s Herds & Harvest Program is hosting a new Small-Acreage Certification Program from 6–8 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 26-Feb. 23.
The Fallon boys basketball team saw a lead slip through its hands in the second half Wednesday at the Elmo Dericco Gym with Fernley grabbing a 54-46 Northern 3A-East win against the Greenwave.
A late cancellation of the annual Spring Creek wrestling tournament due to the coronavirus didn’t deter the Greenwave.
The Oasis Academy boys basketball team got back into the win column, defeating Pershing County and enCompass Academy last week to snap a four-game losing streak.
The Carson City School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday night approved six candidates for its superintendent position to be interviewed Jan. 25 and Jan. 26 and gave consensus to the Nevada Association of School Boards to narrow its interview questions.
Douglas High boys hoops picked up the season sweep over Reno Tuesday night in Minden.
Douglas High and Reno girls basketball met for the second time this season in Minden Tuesday night.
Nevada Health Centers’ School-based Health Center, located at 618 W. Musser Street will be offering COVID-19 and Flu vaccinations to adults and children during a walk-in clinic on Wednesday, January 19, from 9 to 11 a.m.
All 17 Nevada counties are listed as having high risk of transmission.
Steve Alford is a firm believer that only the strong survive in college basketball.
Long before he acquired the Sahara, Alex Meruelo saw potential in the Latino market of the Los Angeles area.
The Carson City School District Board of Trustees approved the 2022-23 school year calendar with minor changes from previous calendars.
The Carson City school board is scheduled to meet Tuesday.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Fresno State plays at Lawlor Events Center on Friday.
Christopher Smalley is just trying to continue telling his father’s story. On Jan. 1, 2021 – just over a year ago – Smalley’s father, Rod, passed away at age 50. Football was one of the biggest connectors between father and son.
Speaker is Chris Pattison, project manager of Friends of Sutro Tunnel.
Grading Nevada's 75-68 victory at Air Force on Saturday.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet Thursday at the Community Center.
Carson City, Churchill, Douglas, Lyon, Mineral, and Storey counties will be represented.
The national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars attended Nevada’s Mid-Winter conference Jan. 6-9.
WNC Foundation Board Member Michelle Ketten and husband Charlie started a scholarship for homeschool students.
The site would be called Avi Kwa Ame National Monument and encompass a rugged and dry mostly undeveloped landscape.
Community members expressed concerns about the effects of mask mandates.
Carson City birth announcements for Dec. 23, 2021 to Jan. 6, 2022
Carson City road report for January 17 to 23, 2022
The total settlement with 37 states and the District of Columbia is $1.7 billion.
Total revenue includes not only gaming but spending on rooms, food, beverages and other attractions.
IRS is pretty strict on the definition of a “home office.”
Learn about one of these, My Soul University Radio Hour, when host Kitty McKay joins the Rotary Club of Carson City’s meeting on Tuesday, January 18th.
Owners Eve and Francisco Espinoza held their grand opening on Thursday
Crime reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.
An extensive “State Pandemic Scorecard” put Nevada tied for 48th.
Carson Valley’s AYSO Region 318 is ready to bring some outside sports back to the valley for the Spring 2022 season.
Nevada's Board of Regents voted 9-4 in support of imposing a vaccine mandate on students.
News and notes from Carson High School.
He has been on that court since it was created in 2014.
A decision to deny a special use permit for a slaughterhouse at Centerville was upheld by a three-member panel of the Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday.
Juan Jimenz-Cruz, 20, was last seen at the Mallory Center on Jan. 5.
The Carson City Sheriff’s Office has received numerous calls from citizens regarding a reoccurring telephone scam.
Lifestream Health Foods' business has nearly quadrupled through the pandemic.
Three of 10 candidates are from within the school district.
Flexflow COVID-19 Antigen home tests will give results in 15 minutes.
The Carson River watershed’s estimated 16,000 dogs produce about 12,000 pounds of poop every day.
Youth Theatre Carson City is running eight performances of Disney’s “Descendants: The Musical.” The performances will take place weekends January 14-23 in the Bob Boldrick Theatre at the Carson City Community Center.
The program is funded by a $418,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
With a few simple safety tips and precautions, you can prevent most heating fires.
The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate a missing/endangered 34-year-old female Christy Pasillas. Pasillas was last seen by her family in Carson City on January 8.
A 20-year resident of Churchill County has announced her candidacy for Churchill County Commission District 2.
A member currently serving on the County Board of Equalization announced Wednesday his candidacy for Churchill County Commission, District 2. Tom Riggins said he decided to run for the county commission because of the increasing intrusion of state and federal government in the local lifestyle. The seat is currently held by Pete Olsen, who cannot run again because of term limits.
The Comstock silver and gold discovery in 1859 attracted thousands of people.
With Carson City School District calling off school for Thursday and Friday, athletic events have been postponed.
Due to the strain on staffing resources caused by the recent surge in illness (COVID-19, flu related or otherwise) and out of an abundance of caution, all schools in the Carson City School District will close for two days, Thursday and Friday, Jan. 13-14, 2022. With the observed Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday this Monday, students and employees are expected to return to school Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022.
Cooking a pot roast is not a rushed event but your patience will be rewarded.
The program engages volunteers trained in recognizing elder abuse to help ensure the well-being of seniors.
Nearly one in three people taking COVID-19 tests outside the home are testing positive.
13,625 cubic meters of material has been sent from a former dump at the Idaho National Laboratory.
The Wolf Pack didn’t want to have to hire a new head football coach.
The Carson City Fire Department will be conducting prescribed burn operations from Jan. 12-14 in the Voltaire Canyon area, weather permitting.
A reception for the artist will take place from 5-6:30 p.m. on Feb. 4.
Former Sen. Harry Reid lay in state Wednesday in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.
There will be no school for students on Friday and Jan. 18.
The Sahara is undergoing a $150 million renovation.
The Nevada Hospital Association reported last week that many of the state’s hospitals in Clark County and the rural region are experiencing a crisis in staffing.
A federal judge has halted the start of construction on the Dixie Meadows geothermal energy project in Churchill County.
The 2021 Legislature made dozens of changes in how Nevada conducts elections this coming year, the impacts of which Nevada’s election officials are still sorting out.
Western Nevada College added a new member to the Wildcat family last week. As the first child born in 2022 at Banner Health in Fallon, Theodore Amorsolo James has been awarded a full academic scholarship through WNC’s Foundation.
Former Coalition for Senior Citizens Board President Jill Manha has been named the new manager of the Pennington Life Center effective Jan. 3.
Del Castillo is a cross-cultural power uniting music lovers of all ages, creeds and colors. Their original music blends rock, Latin, blues and world music into a cinematic celebration of sound that lifts the listener’s soul.
The healthcare system, especially in Nevada, has faced many challenges. Over the past six-weeks, 116 Churchill County High School Students have participated in a program focused on exposing students to the diverse opportunities in healthcare, as well as education on current and emergent health-related issues.
One of the more unusual names found on a Nevada map is the tiny community of Contact, located about 15 miles south of the Idaho border on U.S. 93. The name is said to derive from mining jargon.
Western Nevada College announces area students who have been named to the Fall 2021 Dean’s List.
As 2022 starts there are a lot of reviews of 2021. I thought, why not do one of my own? So here it is, my view of some events in no particular order. For you leftist liberals who don’t understand sarcasm, please do not read this.
“There's no question, none, that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day. No question about it. The people that stormed this building believed they were acting on the wishes and instructions of their president,” former Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky, Feb. 13, 2021.
It’s been two weeks since the death of former Nevada U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, and I have been recollecting my personal and professional relations with Reid who died at the age of 82 following a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
Maybe you’re an enthusiastic resolution-maker — you look at the New Year as a clean slate where you can re-evaluate your habits and make some changes in your life. Or maybe you’ve made resolutions in the past that didn’t stick, and you want to improve your odds of success this year.
Me and Ow here. Watson decided that he was going on a sightseeing trip, so he asked us to write about the colors we see. Watson can only see yellow, blue, and gray. He cannot see reds or purples. On the other hand, we can see blue-violet, yellow-green, gray, and some tinges of green.
After watching Fallon spend three of the last four seasons atop the mantle, the Buckaroos girls basketball team is making the case as the team to beat in the Silver State.
The Greenwave wrestling team had its best outing of the season, finishing fourth at last week’s Sparks Invitational in the Rail City.
The Bighorns boys team couldn’t complete the comeback against Smith Valley as the Bulldogs hit a free throw in the final seconds to win, 38-37, at the city-county gym. The Lady Bighorns fell 61-28.
The award recognizes individuals or organizations that demonstrate a commitment to the Carson River Watershed.
She has been a member of the Employment Security Council since last July.
COVID-19 and flu vaccinations are available Jan. 12, from 9 to 11 a.m.
Eureka and Storey counties along with White Pine are not required to mandate masks.
The Nevada Department of Transportation will activate two new traffic signals Jan. 13.
One-half of the cost is being funded by general obligation bonds. The other half is funding raised by UNLV.
Ken Wilson has previously coached with eight of his 10 new assistants.
Board Chairman Ken Gray worried the structures would become “the fad of the day.”
News and notes from the Carson City campus of Western Nevada College.
Nevada Builders Alliance announced its new board of directors for 2022, naming Jim Feser of Miles Construction as board president.
The money is funneled through the American Rescue Plan Act to help address home energy costs
So far, 209 offenders have tested positive in January.
Emergency drainage pipe repairs on the Mount Rose Highway are set to begin Tuesday.
The Carson City Symphony will begin rehearsals for its first concert of 2022 on Wednesday.
San Diego State coach Brian Dutcher was impressed by his Aztecs last week.
Nevada State Development Corporation assisted with financing for the $913,000 deal in conjunction with Plumas Bank.
"Regular order” may be the only realistic way to break Washington gridlock.
The recent acquisition of mining claims acres near Tonopah comes as Reno-based American Battery Technology Company continues construction of a $30 million lithium-ion battery recycling plant in Fernley.
Nicolas Jacques traveled to Pasadena to participate in the Tournament of Roses.
Nothing makes me happier than a hot, cheesy bowl of chili.
There are many reasons to use your auto for some tax deductible purpose.
Christians today would do well by asking themselves if they display the character of a kingdom subject.
Carson Manufacturing is a company that designs and builds gearheads.
Harry Reid was our man in Washington. Hero or villain? Both.
The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 965”
Don’t ask your tires to do more than they are capable of.
Any use of hand-held devices while driving is illegal.
Protect yourself and your investment from unwanted changes when you buy.
Starting Jan. 10, drivers will see periodic shoulder and single lane closures on U.S. 50 in Dayton.
Kerstin Lindquist appeared to have it all. A handsome husband, a job as a television news reporter and a house at the beach.
The acquisition comes after the Newport Beach, California-based firm acquired the Tahoe Biltmore Lodge in Crystal Bay for $56.9 million in September.
A Carson City judge on Thursday rejected a challenge to a political action committee's efforts to bring open primaries and ranked-choice voting in general elections to Nevada.
News and notes from Carson High School.
Hospitals face twin challenges as beds fill with patients and staff falls ill.
The state has received applications for grant funding from 337 non-profit organizations.
Catch up with a number of local athletes now performing at the college level.
Scott Vickrey has stepped back into the head coaching position with Carson High softball after Carlos Mendeguia resigned last month.
Grants are available to freight and delivery trucks, school buses and transit buses.
Hundreds of exuberant Republicans booed and jeered at former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller.
"It's broken and it needs to be fixed."
The 2021 Legislature made dozens of changes in how Nevada conducts elections.
Carson High girls basketball put together its first Class 5A North league win Thursday night against Reed.
Carson High boys basketball couldn't pull out a second half comeback against the Reed Raiders Thursday
Supervisors awarded a contract not to exceed $390,000 for project feasibility and design services.
Capital Allocation Plan will distribute $75 million worth of projects.
In the 1920s and ‘30s, banker George Wingfield was the richest person in the Silver State, a man who was sometimes called “The King of Nevada.”
A regular meeting of the Churchill County Board of School Trustees will be held Jan. 11 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is available in person and in the virtual platform of GotoWebinar.
Mayor Lori Bagwell will provide insight following her first year in office.
“The need for qualified staff and increased wages in addition to these other cost increases is pushing the industry to its breaking point.”
Carson High wrestling returned home for their first meet on their home floor in over two years.
Northern Great Basin Indians were not known for pottery.
Nevada was one of several states that did not join a $26 billion settlement in July.
Also: The Nevada men’s basketball team showed tremendous growth.
A female Douglas County resident in her 20s is the first reported case of the omicron variant in the Quad County region
First Lady Jill Biden and former President Barack Obama are also expected to attend.
Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published Jan. 5, 2022.
UNR will host the annual Cattlemen’s Update Jan. 10-14.
A federal judge has halted the start of construction on the Dixie Meadows geothermal energy project in Churchill County. U.S. District Judge Robert Clive Jones Tuesday’s ruling found that the project posed significant risk of harm to the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe and the ecosystems there.
Alayah Gomez is the county’s first-born baby of 2021. The Lahontan Valley News takes a look back at the events of 2021. Today, we feature the first six months.
Last year was a year of inspiration and celebration for Oasis Academy. As a school, community and family of students, Oasis Academy celebrated accomplishments, continued with serving our community, and provided high-level education to students during uncertain times.
Before the American Legion Post 16 members and community volunteers prepared containers to deliver on Christmas Day as part of the Meals on Wheels program, two longtime volunteers were recognized for their years of service.
Churchill County Parks and Recreation kicks off the new year with a variety of classes and programs in early 2022 to enrich the lives of local residents… even some of our four-legged residents.
When it comes to living off the grid, it doesn’t get much more remote than the tiny central Nevada enclave of Kingston.
Sierra Nevada Properties has expanded its Fallon location.
Start 2022 on the right foot by walking into the Churchill County Library and taking advantage of its activities for all ages.
Churchill County continues to offer COVID vaccine and testing opportunities in January to anyone age 5 years and older. Vaccines are offered at both the Miner’s Road Public Health Site and the William N. Pennington Life Center; testing is only offered at Miner’s Road.
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.
This year’s Cattlemen’s Update is coming to Fallon on Jan. 11 at the Fallon Convention Center. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. and the event includes dinner.
Happy New Year! In the spirit of the New Year, I would like to start with a success story that is uplifting and fun. Recently it came to my attention that there is an ice-skating dog in Las Vegas who is having the time of his life.
If you routinely take medication, it can feel daunting to travel, especially by plane. But don’t let the hassles of managing your medication while you travel keep you from visiting family, friends or destinations you want to see.
The proposed radioactive waste repository remains the designated permanent storage site.
Nevada Division of Forestry began pile burning prescribed fire operations in the Clear Creek drainage.
Annie Black is a Republican Assemblywoman from Mesquite.
You simply can’t believe the Mountain West men’s basketball schedule this season.
"The continued development of our advanced manufacturing and technology sectors will continue our diversification efforts and lead our community to economic success for many years to come," says Mike Kazmierski, CEO of EDAWN.
Opponents say the project will destroy a sacred hot springs and could push a rare toad to the brink of extinction.
High winds through Washoe Valley sent cars sliding off the highway
Pilot cars were being used Monday afternoon through Washoe Valley.
Grading Nevada’s 79-70 victory over New Mexico on Saturday.
Events will include a formal arrival and departure ceremony.
Steve Alford saw the best of his team Saturday against New Mexico.
The wind heralds a storm system that could drop “modest” amounts of snow.
The lawsuit is the latest development in a protracted battle over taxes and education funding.
Supervisors will hold their first meeting of 2022 at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday.
The order sets, “a benchmark for how much the cost of healthcare services should grow in a year.”
Bridget Gordon was honored as the state’s School District Employee Making a Difference.
Expanded services at SAMSARG Field in Fernley and Silver Springs Airport could prove beneficial to corporate executives and likely would become a part of marketing efforts for a new industrial park.
No single second of the year has as much impact on real estate as does the tick at midnight on Jan. 1.
He said the ranking came from the Federal Funds Information for States index.
Carson City birth announcements for Dec. 17-22, 2021
When I want to meet someone I stick out my tiny paw that can surround a large burrito without any problem.
I just like good old-fashioned butter and brown sugar in my sweet potato pie.
Priscilla Bragg, Carson-Tahoe Regional Medical Center’s first baby of 2022 made her entrance into the New Year, “really fast,” her mother, Morgan Bragg said Saturday morning.
The NFL Draft and Super Bowl hopefully will cement the NFL's confidence in Las Vegas.
The list includes major changes to state election laws and women’s health issues.
Here’s hoping that 2022 will be an improvement on the previous two years.