Stories for July 2022


Sunday, July 31

Election conspiracies grip Nye County, sowing distrust

Nye County’s plans to scrap voting machines and hand-count every ballot open a window into the real-world consequences of unfounded conspiracy theories.

Carson artist helps promote businesses with her own

Carson City's Lowri McGill paints murals, characters and messages for area businesses – often right on the business’ windows.

Clear Creek Trail complete from Spooner to Indian Hills

The new Clear Creek Trail officially opened on July 7

Nevada jobless rate down another two tenths in June

Unemployment continued to decline in June, falling to just 3.3 percent in the Reno-Sparks area and 3.7 percent in Carson City.

Jim Valentine: Mineral rights in real estate

When buying a home in a subdivision you will usually find that mining for minerals is prohibited by deed restrictions.

Faith & Insight: The pursuit and gift of wisdom

We don’t just need wisdom: we need a new life, a renewed mind, and the favor of God.

Carson Valley property sells for $3.25 million

The Bently Family sold 246 acres in the Kirman Tract to an Incline Village based company for $3.25 million on July 5.

Saturday, July 30

Jim Hartman: Reform the Electoral Count Act – now

Reforming the Electoral Count Act to avoid a repeat of the Jan. 6 disaster in 2024 is imperative.

Carson City road report for Aug. 1 to 7, 2022

Carson City road report for Aug. 1 to 7, 2022

GOP group backs Democratic Nevada attorney general

Thirteen Nevada Republicans announced a new coalition to endorse Democratic Attorney General Aaron Ford in his re-election bid.

Tara Riddle: Shrimp pesto pasta a dish best served cold (recipe)

"This shrimp pesto pasta salad is perfect for a hot day. It can be finished in 30 minutes or less and is very versatile to adapt to your taste."

Nevada gets piece of $401M for rural internet

About 31,000 people in Nevada, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota and Texas could be helped.

Kelly Bullis: Great quotes from history

"I have found a wealth of wisdom through the ages from a bunch of very wise people."

Past Pages for July 30 to Aug. 2, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Report: Algae hit all-time high at Lake Tahoe

Floating algae tripled at Lake Tahoe last year in part due to wildfire smoke and in part because the microscopic critters that eat algae have seen a decrease.

Roger Diez: A weekend that will be hard to top

Two dominating leaders crashed out of races, a resurgent team scored two podium finishes, and a winner and runner-up were disqualified.

Friday, July 29

Carson High hosts fundraising tennis tourney Saturday

The tournament is a fundraiser for Carson High School’s tennis teams.

Carson City student finalist for PBS Reno Spotlight award

The Spotlight Awards and Auction is PBS Reno’s annual fundraiser celebrating those making a positive impact in Northern Nevada.

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Notice to Creditors

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Petition for Name Change

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Reception for Carson City artist, exhibit Tuesday

James McCarthy’s photography exhibition, Alignment, will be in the Community Center’s Crowell Board Room through Oct. 20.

Fallon man dies after OHV crash near Fernley

On July 28, 2022, the Storey County Sheriff's Office responded to a fatal off-highway vehicle crash that occurred southwest of Fernley, in an extremely remote and rugged area of Storey County.

Carson City teacher’s audiobook honored

"The Raven and the Crow: Dark Storm Rising” received “Best Audiobook Narration” at the 2022 Imadjinn Awards.

How important are Carson Chamber awards?

The Carson City Chamber annually celebrates businesses, governmental entities, and individuals that have gone out of their way to make us all feel Carson Proud.

Carson City Sheriff’s Office hosts Sheriff’s Night Out on Tuesday

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is hosting the Sheriff’s Night Out at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 2 at Mills Park.

Nevada resorts end year with another $1B win

Total win for the 2022 fiscal year was $14.63 billion, a 37.34 percent increase over the pandemic-stricken fiscal 2021 and the highest total win ever.

Thursday, July 28

Clean Car Coalition calls for tougher auto pollution standards

The lieutenant governor, two lawmakers and a registered nurse held a press conference Thursday to urge the Biden administration to enact much stronger Clean Car standards to reduce air pollution.

Ford: Chattah remark 'racist,' won't debate her

"I am not standing in the room with her. I will not endeavor to have a conversation with her and I will certainly not be debating her."

Ohio band makes Carson City debut Saturday

The Vindys, from Youngstown, Ohio, are set to play the Levitt AMP show on Saturday at the Brewery Arts Center.

Planning Commission passes on additional Carson City dispensary

The Carson City Planning Commission made clear Wednesday night they’re not in the business of regulating state marijuana policy.

Third body found in Lake Mead

The National Park Service did not say how long officials think the corpse was submerged in the Boulder Beach area.

Wednesday, July 27

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Application and Prehearing Conference

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Notice of Application and Prehearing Conference

Trina Machacek: Dripping and spouting off about drippers

If I were queen of the world, I would decree that everything made and sold would last forever.

Joe Santoro: Pack’s Taua deserves more respect

The Mountain West and the entire nation is sleeping on Nevada Wolf Pack running back Toa Taua.

Nevada lawmakers OK $18.7 million in federal grants

The Interim Finance Committee approved a series of more than 30 grants of American Rescue Plan Act money to community non-profits.

Quad County public health survey available

An online health-related needs survey focused on Carson City, Douglas, Lyon and Storey counties will be available until Aug. 12.

Vegas-based Allegiant cuts profit outlook on rising costs

Shares of Allegiant Air's parent company tumbled in after-hours trading after the budget airline gave a disappointing preview of its second-quarter earnings.

Royalty ready to promote Cantaloupe Festival

Area’s melons inspired the state’s oldest ag event

With a month remaining before the kickoff to this year’s Fallon Cantaloupe Festival and Country Fair, Ben and Karen Bassham are more than ready to represent the annual event as this year’s king and queen.

WNC News and Notes: INBRE research opportunity allows students to study possible contributors to cancer

Just by devoting part of their summer to a scientific research project, three Western Nevada College students capitalized on an opportunity usually meant for university students. Through the efforts and dedication of WNC Professor of Biophysical Sciences Dr. Gary Evett and Biology Professor Rachelle Bassen, the students participated in a project funded by the Nevada IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence.

Community Bulletin Board

Library fundraiser 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.

Wile E. Coyote is on the prowl

Recently at a back yard barbecue, we were all astounded to see a coyote brazenly strut up close and personal to check out the festivities. Normally coyotes are shy and avoid contact with humans, but this guy was curious. Then we realized he was checking out the family’s dog. Coyotes may view dogs as a threat, or as potential prey, it depending on the size of the dog. Of course, everyone was concerned that the coyote might attack Tank until he stood up and barked. One look at Tank and coyote was gone.

Past Pages for July 27 to 29, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City under heat advisory through Saturday night

Near record high temperatures are forecast Thursday through Saturday, with overnight lows that are “well above normal,” the National Weather Service said.

The Nevada Traveler: Tuscarora keeps beating the odds

Over the decades, the remote Northern Nevada mining town of Tuscarora has outlasted a mining boom — followed by the inevitable bust — as well as a rapacious mining company wanting to demolish the town in the 20th century, invasions of Mormon crickets, and a host of other challenges.

Jeanette Strong: Separation of church and state

“The purpose of separation of church and state is to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood for centuries.” James Madison, 1803 letter. James Madison, fourth president of the United States, has been called the “Father of the Constitution” because of his crucial role in writing the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. If anyone understood what the Constitution was about, it was Madison.

Coalition conducts unaccompanied services

The Nevada Veterans Coalition conducts unaccompanied services every month on the fourth Thursday at 9 a.m. at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Fernley.

Comments requested for burro gather

The Bureau of Land Management’s Stillwater Field Office is requesting public comment on the Preliminary Environmental Assessment for the Marietta Herd Management Area Burro Gather in Mineral County.

Gusewelle to continue soccer career at Newberry

Each year, the team was closer to achieving its goal of making the playoffs. In her final season, Sydney Gusewelle was determined not to leave the Greenwave empty handed. Fallon made the postseason for the first time during her four years with the program as Gusewelle is now onto making a name for herself at the Division II level this fall.

McCormick nominated for AFCA Good Works Team

Sean McCormick, a 2019 Fallon grad who led the Greenwave to the state football title in 2018 before winning his fourth wrestling state championship, has been nominated for the 2022 American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team.

South Reno project will have retail, dining, residential

Downtown Damonte Ranch may be the last parcel of developable land in the nearly 2,000-acre purchase agreement dating back to the late 1980s.

Tuesday, July 26

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Notice of Application and Prehearing Conference

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Notice of Application and Prehearing Conference

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Invitation To Bid

Carson City sheriff says scam reports spiking

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is seeing a spike of fraudulent scams with a large increase of citizens becoming victims.

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Notice of Public Sale

JoAnne Skelly: Summer thoughts

Tree roots, especially those of cottonwoods, extend out from the trunk four to five times the height of the tree, which means pretty much everywhere we have lawn.

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Publication of Ordinance

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Notice of Public Sale

Stolen informant list sent to Carson City drug dealer

At least two confidential informants were reportedly threatened after an Indian Hills couple stole a list of 57 names.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Taking a new dog to a crowded beach

"We have 16 first cousins alone and there will be a bunch of young children and older folks, so I’m worried he will be crazy!"

Drought drives Vegas to limit swimming pool size

Officials are capping the size of new swimming pools at single-family residential homes to about the size of a three-car garage.

Nevada court fights raise caution flags on green energy push

Opposition from friends, not foes, is creating potential roadblocks to President Biden's green energy agenda on federal lands in Nevada.

Monday, July 25

‘Hero’ dog aids Gardnerville owner with heat exhaustion

Puppy may have saved Dick James' life when he saw him suffering heat exhaustion.

Cauley has next bout at Bellator 284

Sullivan Cauley is set to get back in the cage at Bellator 284 in South Dakota in early August.

Construction to begin on Moana Springs Community Aquatics and Fitness Center

The Reno City Council recently approved a $12 million construction manager at-risk contract for phase one of the Moana Springs Community Aquatics and Fitness Center.

Greenhouse Project seeks community donations

The Greenhouse Project in Carson City is working toward creating financial sustainability, collecting donations.

Nichols takes over reigns of Dayton girls’ hoops

Steven Nichols says he wants to build a program with the Dust Devils.

Lobo headlines 53rd annual Governor’s dinner

Rebecca Lobo became the first woman to headline the Governor’s Dinner Thursday evening at the Governor’s Mansion in Carson City.

Nevada roadway fatalities up slightly compared to 2021

One of the most significant increases was in motorcyclists killed in crashes.

Reno man pleads not guilty in 1982 killing of child

A 70-year-old Reno man charged in the 1982 killing of a 5-year-old girl who disappeared while walking to her kindergarten class was extradited Friday.

Jim Valentine: Still paying that high rent?

If you are still paying that high rent, it might be time to reconsider your position.

Carson Chamber Singers start season Aug. 2

Director Ricky Hutton will hold a group vocal technique session, introduce repertoire, and lead some fun activities.

Letters to the Editor for July 23, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Air quality unhealthy Monday; chance of storms Tuesday

Carson City’s air quality is unhealthy to start the week as the Oak Fire near Yosemite continues to rage. The smoke is expected to impact the valleys in the morning and evenings throughout the week. The fire is burning near Midpines, Calif., about 9-miles northeast Mariposa. The fire is at 14,000 acres and 0 percent contained as of Sunday.

Interest rates muddying region’s multifamily market

After years of a “feeding frenzy” brought on by the low cost of debt, the multifamily market in Northern Nevada is teetering at the top of the roller coaster.

Sunday, July 24

Carson City birth announcements for July 7 to 13, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for July 7 to 13, 2022

Kelly Bullis: Government revenue and expense details

Sometimes I get a curious wild hair about how much income the federal government takes in and how it is spent, etc.

Western Nevada College Foundation’s Golf for Education set

The 23rd edition of Golf for Education is set for 9 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 30 at Toiyabe Golf Club in Washoe Valley.

JoAnne Skelly: Fact or fiction: Cinnamon helps your plants

"There is research to support some of the claims about cinnamon, primarily its oils."

First Tee Northern Nevada acquires Wildcreek Golf Course

First Tee will be required to operate the golf course, on Sullivan Lane in Sparks, for charitable or civic purposes for the community.

Faith & Insight: Just have faith?

In a time of continued turmoil and division, we must have faith.

UNR research sees wildfires decreasing in the future

The good news: wildfire occurrence and intensity will likely decrease in the future. The bad news: decreases may not occur for another 50 years.

Saturday, July 23

Oak Fire expected to push smoke to Northern Nevada

A wildfire that started Friday in Mariposa County is expected to affect air quality in Northern Nevada for the rest of the weekend.

Jim Hartman: Water — running dry in the West

The West must, and can, adapt to a predicted even drier future.

Two arrested in Carson City bank robbery

A Reno resident made her initial appearance on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Carla L. Baldwin for allegedly conspiring to commit bank robbery and for bank robbery.

Carson City road report for July 25 to 31, 2022

Carson City road report for July 25 to 31, 2022

Carson City Christian school holds open house

Legacy Christian Academy is preparing to open for kindergarteners through eighth graders Sept. 6.

New guides available for Carson City history tour

Visitors can use the trail with a free, online interactive audio tour and enhanced mobile website with a downloadable map and video tour.

Past Pages for July 23 to 26, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Marijuana dispensary laws return to planning commission

The Carson City Planning Commission on Wednesday will revisit increasing the number of marijuana establishments allowed in the city.

Roger Diez: A rare season – 14 NASCAR winners

Christopher Bell’s win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway last Sunday made it 14 winners in a season for only the fifth time in the NASCAR’s 74-year history.

Friday, July 22

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NTRPA Governing Board Meeting Public Notice

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Notice of Applications

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Notice of Petition to Change Minor Child's Name

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Carson City Authority Annual Fiscal Report

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice To Creditors

Reports: Driver in fatal runaway boat collision sentenced to 3-10 years

Driver in Nov. 9, 2021, fatal runaway boat wreck sentenced

Information sought about Carson City burglary suspect

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help identifying a burglary suspect.

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Notice To Creditors

DETR: Nevada workforce hits record high

The Silver State has 1,452,600 in the workforce after Nevada added 7,600 jobs in June to lower the unemployment rate to 4.7 percent.

Carson City sheriff looking for Myesha Gaines

Gaines was last seen in the area of Zephyr Cove on Wednesday, July 20. She is possibly in the Carson City or Lake Tahoe area.

E-cycle ride for neuropathy stops in Carson City

For those who don’t have the appetite to travel abroad, e-biking across Nevada might be the ticket, according to Dr. Gregory Maasen.

Rock & Roll pinball exhibit comes to Carson City

The Brewery Arts Center has a new exhibition from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with working pinball machines and one-of-a-kind rock icon artifacts.

Banker: Despite inflation, Nevada economy strong

Despite the attention-grabbing headlines, there’s no reason for Northern Nevada businesses to sound the alarm, said Andrew Ryback.

Thursday, July 21

Carson City Sheriff's Office looking for missing person

Miranda Channel is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 118 pounds. She has blonde hair and hazel eyes.

Youth Theatre Carson City ‘Matilda: The Musical, Jr.’ starts Friday

Performances of Matilda: The Musical, Jr. will run July 22, 23, 29, and 30 at 7 p.m. and July 23, 24, 30, and 31 at 2 p.m.

Finding your niche

Terek Been competes with Canadian national rowing team

There’s something to be said about Carson High athletes pursuing new sports in college and on a national stage.

Representing at nationals

Tiger girls’ golf plays at Pinehurst as team from Nevada

Coming off a Class 3A state title, the Douglas High girls’ golf team was able to represent Nevada at the National High School Golf Invitational at the end of June.

Carson City gets new leaders of Salvation Army

Holly and Immanuel Beeson are the new captains of the Salvation Army in Carson City.

Carson City woman wins Tahoe Rim Trail 55k run

Carson City hosted the 21st Tahoe Rim Trail Endurance Runs held July 16-17.

Carson City property tax bills arriving this week

The Carson City Treasurer’s Office is reminding residents that their annual tax bill should arrive in the mail this week.

Derrick Miles: Enough is enough

A cannabis prohibitionist’s stance is so antiquated you’d likely find nearly identical arguments used in the 1920s toward alcohol.

Tropa Magica brings the party to Carson City

Tropa Magica brings psychedelic cumbia punk to Carson City on Saturday. The band evolved from Thee Commons, who came to the Levitt AMP series in 2017.

Wednesday, July 20

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Public Hearing to Adopt Bill No. 788

Trina Machacek: The movies we choose

The choices available today and in every lifetime from when time began are what makes the world go around.

Carson City sheriff looking for pickup thief

Surveillance cameras recorded video of the suspect and the theft. The male suspect appeared to be a bald white or Hispanic male adult with a beard.

Hoover Dam transformer explodes; no one hurt

Electricity continued to flow from one of the nation's largest hydroelectric facilities, authorities said.

Carson Tahoe Health: Finding balance, caring for your mental health

While this topic has been highlighted more recently in the media, discussed in the work place, and everyday conversation, what does “mental health” actually encompass?

Joe Santoro: Media doesn’t expect much from Pack

A fourth-place finish would be the Pack’s lowest in the West Division since 2017. Nevada has finished either second or third in the West in seven of the last eight years.

Carson City, Reno animal shelters drop adoption fees Friday

Nevada Humane Society said it is seeing an increase in stray animals coming into the shelters and a decrease in adoptions, specifically large dogs.

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Notice to Creditors

Past Pages for July 20 to 22, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Pack football picked 4th by Mountain West media

Fresno State was picked to win Nevada's West Division and Boise State was voted atop the Mountain Division.

BLM extends withdrawal of public land in 5 Nevada counties

The Bureau of Land Management has announced it has issued a public land order that extends the withdrawal of 684,838.84 acres of public land in Churchill, Lyon, Mineral, Nye and Pershing counties in connection with the Department of the Navy’s modernization of Naval Air Station Fallon, Fallon Range Training Complex.

Community reunion plans set for August

The eighth annual Community Wide Reunion in August may be one the largest gatherings of former Churchill County High School graduates and friends of the Greenwave. Sue McCormick, who had been a driving force behind the event since 2014, said almost 20 classes have signed up for the reunion, which is Aug. 19-21 at Oats Park.

‘The Spirit of Jack Malotte’ at WNC

It was June 2019. In my hand I held an art exhibit announcement from the Nevada Museum of Art. The front piqued my interest, a drawing using colored pencil, ink, and acrylics. It showed a craggy mountain, its horizontal desert hued lines flowing downward depicting shadows, clouds bubbling over the peaks and an eagle soaring high in the thermals. Feathers from the bird fluttering downward were in the foreground. An illuminated celestial body hung in the upper corner.

Local projects included in Community Project Funding

Local projects have been included in Community Project Funding for the next fiscal year, reports Congressman Mark Amodei, CD-2. The U.S. House Committee on Appropriations funds the request.

The Nevada Traveler: Hiking Lake Mead’s historic railroad tunnel trail

The wind whistles. It doesn’t sound like a train whistle – but pretty close. Which is appropriate because the trail is named after the U.S. Government Construction Railroad, which once ran along this route.

David C Henley: Meeting two internationally-known leaders

I’ve met both men in Fallon, and will always remember their visits to the Lahontan Valley News and Fallon Eagle-Standard.

Woody Williams: We forget no one

The months leading to the dedication of the Gold Star Families Memorial in Sparks passed quickly with June 29 heavily circled on many calendars. Several weeks prior to the dedication in 2019, Medal of Honor recipients Hershel “Woody” Williams and Donald “Doc” Ballard arrived at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport to finalize the dedication with members from the Nevada Gold Star Memorial Foundation and other volunteers.

Bighorn News: Alumni feature: Alyssa Stockard

Oasis Academy College Prep 2017 Alumni Alyssa Stockard is beginning her second year at one of the top-ranked medical schools in the country, the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine. Graduating with both her Associate of Science degree from Western Nevada College and at the top of her class from Oasis Academy College Prep, Stockard was well prepared for the transition to Brigham Young University. Her experiences as a WNC student while in high school challenged her and helped her learn how to navigate college classes.

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.

Foxtails are not foxy at all

Satch here, and my curiosity landed me in a world of hurt! I love to run and play by the river. The downside of that is there is tall grass growing along the riverbanks. That is where the problem began. I happened to sniff up a foxtail and it infected my eye. I was miserable! Foxtails belong to the “mean seeds” group, which includes any plants that have barbed grass awns or seed heads. We can pick up a grass awn in an ear, eye, mouth, nose, or between our toes. These mean seeds can even burrow directly into our skin.

Incumbent Democrats lead GOP hopefuls in Nevada funds raised

Expense reports hold a familiar pattern: Incumbent Democrats raised more than their Republican opponents in every statewide race.

Tuesday, July 19

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Carson City restaurants participate in Plastic Free July

GreenUP! is encouraging patrons to participate in Plastic Free July by joining their reusable takeout container program.

Lyon sheriff: Woman found dead at Dayton trailer park

The suspect in the homicide suffered an apparent self-inflicted wound and was transported to a hospital.

Tamarack Fire scars remain fresh after 1 year

The sudden intensity of the Tamarack Fire caught everyone unaware

Railroad Items Wanted

Also wanted Insulators, Bottles

Nevada DMV urges customers to make appointments

Many walk-ins are turned away due to high customer demand and staff shortages – including plenty who could’ve completed their transactions online or at a DMV kiosk.

‘Slight shift’ to buyers’ market seen in Northern Nevada

The sudden surge in mortgage interest rates has created a much-needed buffer for prospective homebuyers scouting the market for suitable properties.

Monday, July 18

Carol Perry: Can the ailing economy be cured?

I don't see anything coming soon to save the economy, so it's up to you to save yourself.

Update: Genoa man identified in Marla Bay drowning

A man who went into Lake Tahoe off Marla Bay was found on the bottom in 20 feet of water on Monday afternoon.

Free robotics engineering camp Tuesday in Silver City

A robotics/engineering mini-camp for boys and girls ages 8-14 and their parents takes place Tuesday at the Silver City Schoolhouse.

Teen escape room now at the Carson City Library

The library’s digitorium will transform into a submarine that’s become stuck and is leaking water – passengers need to solve the puzzles and find the key to escape.

Galena hires O'Day to lead girls basketball

Carson High alumna, O’Day, takes over Galena girls’ basketball

The Galena Grizzly girls basketball program has a familiar face taking over the program.

Arts initiative presents ‘Contrasts’ at WNC Carson City

Capital City Arts Initiative is presenting a collaboration of work by artists Sogand Tabatabaei and Mariah Vargas in the Bristlecone Gallery through Sept. 15.

Carson supervisors consider city charter changes

The Carson City Board of Supervisors will hear an update on the work of the Charter Review Committee on Thursday.

Letters to the Editor for July 16, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Trump's 'cesspool of crime' comment missed mark

Trump called Nevada a "cesspool of crime" during an endorsement speech in Las Vegas. But the numbers don't back up his statement.

Sunday, July 17

Ken Beaton: Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams

Hershel “Woody” Williams, a West Virginia native, was the last remaining World War II Medal of Honor recipient.

‘Fresh Outlook’ at Carson City gallery through Aug. 18

Fresh Outlook 2022 shows 37 art works by 27 students from Western Nevada College’s Carson City campus.

Farmers Market coupons for Carson City seniors available Monday

Nevada Rural Counties RSVP Program, Inc. has free Farmers Market coupons for Carson City low income seniors.

988 mental health crisis lifeline now available

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services is transitioning to 988, a behavioral health and crisis phone number, to ensure help is available for those in need.

Greater Nevada Mortgage donates to Dream Center

In 2021, Greater Nevada Mortgage, through its Keys to Greater program, contributed $119,300 to help young adults in Northern Nevada.

Jim Valentine: The blur of today’s real estate

Sales are still strong at this point. Be smart about your real estate moves. Watch the national and local economies and see what buyers and sellers are doing.

Faith & Insight: Counterculture

Whatever our view is of this time and the church of ages past is not the point; the point is that God compelled a man to go counterculture.

Carson City church receives new pastor

Ken Hansen takes up his calling as Silver Hills Community Church’s second pastor as Pastor Ben Fleming retired after 26 years.

Saturday, July 16

Carson City birth announcements for June 29 to July 6, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for June 29 to July 6, 2022

Western Nevada College celebrates emeritus appointments

Western Nevada College’s 2022 emeritus appointments clearly share two common denominators: their dedication and long-term commitment to Western.

Jim Hartman: Democrats are funding GOP’s far-right

With President Biden’s approval rating now sinking to one of the worst ever recorded, Democrats are engaged in a brazen bit of political jiu jitsu.

Carson City road report for July 18 to 24, 2022

Carson City road report for July 18 to 24, 2022

Critical fire weather forecast for Sunday

The first red flag warning for critical fire danger of 2022 has been issued for Western Nevada effective noon to 8 p.m. Sunday.

Marilyn Foster: Veni, Vidi, Vici: Come see and conquer Tuscany in 2023

Tuscany is the cradle of the Renaissance and known all over the world for art and culture that defines Italy.

Gilbert files court challenge of primary loss

Gilbert is alleging in his lawsuit that election results were erroneous and that corrections would show he won by a wide margin.

Roper’s HVAC delivers new fans for Carson City seniors; more still sought

Dirk Roper, owner and CEO of Roper’s Heating and Air Conditioning, delivered another 25 fans to the Carson City Senior Center as part of the KOLOCares 2022 Fan Drive to help Carson City seniors stay cool this summer.

Kelly Bullis: A sad tale of alimony deduction denied

As we rapidly come up on 2024, with alimony coming back online, make sure you follow the four rules in order to get a deduction.

Carson City Sheriff's Office recovers stolen weapons, makes arrest

A 19-year-old Carson City man was arrested Friday on multiple charges of theft of firearms. Jackson Smith was arrested on suspicion of burglary of a structure, 11 counts of burglary of a structure with a firearm, 11 counts of grand larceny of a firearm, seven counts of possession of a stolen firearm, possession of a controlled substance, possession of stolen property, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Past Pages for July 16 to 19, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City will consider painted rock policy, dog policy

The Open Space Advisory Committee and the Parks and Recreation Commission are holding a joint meeting Monday. On the agenda: painted rocks.

Roger Diez: Chase Elliott joins dad on Atlanta winners’ list

With the win, Elliott becomes the first and only three-time Cup winner this season.

Friday, July 15

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Notice to Creditors

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Official Notice of Public Hearing

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Health Resources & Services Administration - Public Notice

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Arkansas man admits stealing dynamite near Hawthorne

Federal agents reported seizing 39 sticks of dynamite, more than a mile of detonating cord, fuse lighters and ignition boosters.

G League basketball team moving to Henderson

The Ignite exists to develop young prospects in preparation for the NBA Draft. It has featured three eventual top-10 picks.

JoAnne Skelly: Diagnosing plant problems

Figuring out the answer to “What’s wrong with my plant?” takes a plant detective.

Carson school district hopes job fair fills vacancies

The Carson City School District gradually is filling open positions for the 2022-23 year but still has more than 50 vacancies to fill.

Carson Tahoe Health’s HopeFest set for Aug. 5

This year’s HopeFest is an in-person, as Cornhole’s Best for HopeFest, a cornhole tournament, to raise funds to support community members facing cancer.

Lyon County approves ordinance for storage facilities

On July 7, Lyon County commissioners passed an ordinance addressing self-storage and recreational vehicle storage facilities.

Thursday, July 14

Yosemite smoke makes Carson City’s air ‘unhealthy’

Carson City’s air quality entered the unhealthy for sensitive groups category Thursday afternoon.

Adam Romo: Crab cakes too popular for only a 'special' (recipe)

"What once was a random "special" to offer on occasion became so wildly popular I had to offer it regularly to keep up with the demand."

Nashville Social Club now open in Carson City

Hey y’all! The long-awaited Nashville Social Club is now open for business. Local owners Kitty McKay and John Procaccini had wanted to open months earlier; however, as with any remodel, there was so much to do in the building they leased to make it the special place they envisioned for their customers that the opening had to be delayed.

Trina Machacek: Birds bathing in the fence line

Here, water never sits long as the birds slip and slide and frolic in any escaped water that just happens to land in the end of a watermelon some crazy lady sets out under a dripping faucet.

Western Nevada names criminal justice instructor

Greg Sly retired as a chief probation officer, following a 29-year career in law enforcement, corrections, community corrections and the courts.

Wednesday, July 13

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Reclamation for Northern Nevada Notice

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Advertisement for Bids

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Notice for Public Sale

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Advertisement for Bids

Shelly Aldean: Enough is enough

The Carson City Planning Commission has delayed action on a request by Qualcan to open an additional retail marijuana outlet in Carson City.

3 children in protective custody after Lyon County arrests parents

Three children were placed in protective custody Tuesday after Lyon County Sheriff’s deputies arrested their parents in Yerington on child endangerment charges

Joe Santoro: Pack’s early home schedule mostly about wins

It has been three years since the Nevada Wolf Pack football program treated us with a legitimate, recognizable, entertaining non-conference opponent at Mackay Stadium.

Best awards not affiliated with Best of Carson City

Carson City businesses received emails from “City Best Awards” on Tuesday evening. The emails start with “I am emailing you to let you know that you have been selected for the 2022 Carson City Best Award!”

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Application For Water

Levitt AMP deputy director tours Carson City

Execs of the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation visited Carson City on July 9 to meet Brewery Arts Center staff and see the Young Dubliners show.

Past Pages for July 13 to 15, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

After 44 years, Roger Diedrichsen retires as owner of Pizza Barn

Tucked into one corner of the Valley View Plaza for more than four decades, Roger Diedrichsen’s Pizza Barn has been the place to go in the Lahontan Valley for birthdays, sports wins and family fun.

Battle of the Badges: Law enforcement agencies engage in friendly blood drive

The newest round of Battle of the Badges is rapidly approaching with the winner to reclaim — or perhaps keep — bragging rights in a community blood drive. The annual Battle of the Badges encourages residents to donate blood and then designate the receiving agency, either the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office or the Fallon Police Department, last year’s champion. This year’s blood drive has been expanded to two days, July 20 and 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Church of Latter-day Saints, 450 N. Taylor St.

Fallon Community Day scheduled for July 30

Free school supplies available for area children

Churchill County will host its annual Fallon Community Day event on July 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the new Rafter 3C Arena.

P.E.O. awards Phyllis McCallum Scholarship

P.E.O Chapter D has awarded two $1,000 scholarships to recent high school graduates Jaylee McEwen and Kyla Trotter. The Phyllis McCallum Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior. The award is based on an application including an essay the students write about what education means to them as a woman.

Community Bulletin Board for July 14-20

The annual Greenwave Hall of Fame golf tournament is rapidly approaching. This year’s tournament is on July 29 and is a four-person scramble. Cost includes nine holes and dinner. Those having club membership at the Fallon Golf Course, $30. Nonmembers are $50. The field is limited to 72 golfers. Signup at the golf course. For questions contact Randy Beeghly at 775-427-4443.

Jeanette Strong: Child sacrifice in America

“You shall not give any of your children to offer them to Molech, nor shall you profane the name of your God; I am the Lord,” Leviticus 18:21.

The Nevada Traveler: The show that refuses to die: ‘Wild Nevada’ returns

Nearly 20 years ago, I had the pleasure of assisting the crew of the Wild Nevada television program that is broadcast on Reno’s PBS station (KNPB) and shared on other affiliates around the country.

Bighorn News: Alumni Feature: Hunter Drost

From working as a financial adviser to being part of Fallon’s elite volunteer firefighters to now pursuing his private pilot’s license, Oasis alum Hunter Drost is doing it all with purpose. “Being able to help people is the only goal I continue to have,” Drost said. Drost graduated from Oasis Academy College Prep in May 2018 with both his high school diploma and Associate of Arts from Western Nevada College. The focused student then graduated in two years from the University of Nevada, Reno with his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a journalism minor in May 2020.

Books, Bites & Beverages: A literary adventure returns

Churchill County Library’s primary annual fundraiser returns Aug. 5

The Churchill County Library’s fundraiser, on hiatus for several years, returns Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m. for all to enjoy.

A dog’s nose always knows

Satch here, I’m Watson’s nephew, and I am very nosey. In fact, I’m so nosey I got a bee sting on the end of my nose, which was quite uncomfortable and meant a trip to the vet. The plus side was I did find out a lot about my nose.

McAlexander to continue track & field career at UIW

Injuries couldn’t keep McCartney McAlexander down. Years of battling knee injuries that kept her off the volleyball court and track and field, McAlexander took advantage of her senior year and made it count when it mattered most.

Regional baseball tournament begins Monday in Fallon

The Pacific Southwest Regional Baseball Tournament returns to the Oasis of Nevada for the second-straight year.

Fenton signs with Division I Texas rodeo program

Hard work in the classroom and in the rodeo arena opened a doorway to Texas for Tayler Felton. The Oasis Academy co-valedictorian who graduated in May signed to continue her education and compete in rodeo at Tarleton University, a nationally recognized Division I program.

Year after Carson City jail escape, structural problems persist

A review found a wall at the jail needs more barrier protection and an alarm system. But the fence has not yet been delivered and the alarm has not been installed.

Tuesday, July 12

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Reclamation for Northern Nevada Notice

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice to Creditors

Romo takes ACC crown

Tony Romo is no stranger to success on the golf course and at the American Century Championships.

Carson Nugget hosting job fair Friday

The Carson Nugget will hold a job fair on Friday, July 15, from 2-4 p.m. to fill positions in full- and part-time capacities and for all shifts in all departments.

Greenhouse Project fundraiser ends Wednesday

The Greenhouse Project is partnering with Barracuda Championship for Birdies for Charity 2022.

Lyon County busts 3 on drug, child endangerment charges

Three people were arrested Monday when Lyon County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of drug activity.

Local Whitney Myer headlines Levitt AMP on Saturday

Whitney Myer burst onto the scene 10 years ago when she performed Alicia Keys’ “No One” in front of Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton.

Nine men arrested in Stateline underage solicitation sting

Over two days, nine men were arrested in Stateline in an underage prostitution sting.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Options for dining out with your dog

We recently adopted a two-year old miniature schnauzer named Betsy and she has been a fun and loving companion. I would love to take her out to restaurants.

Lyon County Commission approves Mound House parcel rezoning

The rezoning keeps the property in alignment with potential preparation for construction of a planned community center.

Panasonic, TMCC partnering on training center

The training center in Reno will be owned by Panasonic and will be equipped by Truckee Meadows Community College and staffed with college instructors.

People: Ericha Eberhart joins Design on Edge

Design on Edge, a Reno-based design studio and communications agency has hired Ericha Eberhart as a graphic designer. Eberhart is a recent TMCC design graduate, continuing her education in the fall at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Monday, July 11

Carson City seeks input on Mills Park plan

The survey will gather feedback on special events, community organization’s needs, recreation amenities, and funding priorities.

Reno man charged in 1982 killing of child in California

A 70-year-old Nevada man has been charged in the 1982 killing of a 5-year-old girl who disappeared while walking to kindergarten.

PHOTOS: Fallon July 4 parade results

Parade held in Fallon to celebrate July 4, 2022.

PHOTOS: Locomotives steam up in Carson City

The Great Western Steam Up attracted a reunion of V&T locomotives that became a common everyday fixture during the railroad’s golden years.

Ask The Dog Trainer: My best friend is old and sick

Mom took him to the dog doctor and they said he is very sick and old. Everyone is very sad and I am sad too.

RTC considering Carson City bus fare hike

The Regional Transportation Commission on Wednesday will discuss reimplementing and increasing JAC fares as pandemic-related grant funding runs out.

Family found living in Carson City children's museum

A Carson City couple was found secretly keeping a cache of weapons and living with their two kids at the children's museum where they worked.

Sunday, July 10

Singer, poets join Carson City jazz band for ‘One and Only’

The Mile High Jazz Band will be part of an evening of big-band jazz and poetry.

David Theiss: Whistle berry stew (a.k.a. baked beans) (recipe)

Baked beans are a perfect complement to your favorite barbecue this summer.

Susan Brown, Nevada budget director, retiring

Brown began her career with the state in 1997. She has worked in multiple state agencies including industrial insurance, public safety and the Department of Business and Industry.

Faith & Insight: Pursuing perfection

Do not seek perfection. Seek completeness in Christ, so that even with our imperfections, God’s glory can shine all the more powerfully.

Reno-based Workbnb helps traveling workforce

Seth Alexander, area manager for Ames Construction, used to struggle to find workforce housing for his out-of-town traveling employees — at one point, Alexander was juggling the logistics of a dozen different apartments.

Saturday, July 9

Carson City birth announcements for June 24 to 29, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for June 24 to 29, 2022

Ronni Hannaman: Great Western Steam Up was the event of the year

For the historic train enthusiast, the only place to have been over the Fourth of July weekend was right here in Carson City.

Carson City road report for July 11 to 17, 2022

Carson City road report for July 11 to 17, 2022

JoAnne Skelly: What is that insect?

"The snakefly has a tiny head and a very long neck. It looks like something out of a science fiction movie, a cross between a dragon and a snake with wings".

Nevada’s Cortez Masto focuses on abortion in Senate race

Cortez Masto is one of several Democrats up for reelection who are pushing reproductive rights to the center of their campaign.

Jim Valentine: Miscellaneous real estate musings

There are many components to the wonderful world of real estate; there are a few areas that are important, but small when compared to the bigger fields.

Past Pages for July 9 to 12, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson High grad honored at national SkillsUSA championships

Hayden Breiter has been recognized at one of the highest levels demonstrating his skills in the culinary arts.

Roger Diez: New winners and a big wreck

Two first-time winners in Formula 1 and NASCAR Cup, a multi-car wreck in NASCAR’s Xfinity series, and the second two-time IndyCar winner.

Friday, July 8

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Public Information

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Diversity and choices: High Sierra Music Festival is top of the line

High Sierra Music Festival provides top-notch entertainment picking great up-and-coming artists to fill out the lineup while bringing in many favorites. With such a good lineup and so many stages, it really is hard to catch everything, but at least there is always something going on. I tried to catch as much music as I could from about 11 a.m. until the late-night sets for four days and I think I saw more music and danced harder than ever for the 30th anniversary.

High Sierra Music Festival a tradition for families, musicians

High Sierra Music Festival celebrated its 30th anniversary last weekend. It was much anticipated after three years since the last event. Thousands came out to Plumas County Fairgrounds in Quincy, Calif., to hear their favorite music and it was a reunion felt with joy among friends and family.

Bird flu detected in backyard Carson City flock

The NDA encourages bird owners to practice bird health safety measures

A Carson City backyard flock of domestic birds has tested positive for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI), the Nevada Department of Agriculture reports.

Tara Riddle: Meatball skewers that come to fruition

Grilling a meatball is not as easy as it sounds. Grilling one on a skewer is an even harder feat.

Raiders' Morgan is NFL's first Black female team president

Team owner Mark Davis said Sandra Douglass Morgan topped his list every time after he spoke to candidates.

Where's the smoke coming from? Fire near Yosemite sending smoke to Carson City

Air quality moves into "moderate"

The Washburn fire currently estimated at 250 acres of 10:38 a.m. Friday is sending up smoke up to Carson City and Douglas County.

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Request For Proposals

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Notice To Creditors

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Notice Of Lien Sale

Carson City School District to host job fair

The district is looking to hire bus drivers, cooks/bakers, paraprofessionals, custodians, groundskeepers, maintenance workers, substitutes, teachers and more.

Carson City water rates increasing

Starting with the July 2022 billing cycle, Carson City’s water, wastewater, and stormwater rates are increasing.

Amodei says Northern Nevada getting $32M for projects

The list includes funds for rural nursing expansion projects at Western Nevada College and for Appion Way intersection improvements in Carson City.

Carson City Sheriff's Office asks for public’s help locating missing person

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating Katharine Kahler, who was last seen Tuesday, July 5 and is believed to be in the Reno area.

Thursday, July 7

Gardnerville gang member gets federal prison time

Jay Prater is prohibited from possessing a firearm due to a prior felony conviction for voluntary manslaughter. He later admitted to carrying the firearm while selling meth.

Supervisors get no bids on Carson City’s Northgate property

The Carson City supervisors are exploring a new route to dispose of a city building on 2621 Northgate Lane.

State ready to fund affordable housing, charter schools, infrastructure projects

The State Infrastructure Bank is accepting applications for qualified infrastructure projects.

Carson City school board reviews reopening plan

The regular updates are necessary to maintain eligibility for federal funding related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Minor injuries after plane crash lands near Highway 50 in Silver Springs

Two people had minor injuries after the Cessna 172B airplane landed after experiencing mechanical failure Wednesday night. The plane landed on the north side of US Highway 50, approximately 4 miles east of the US 50/US 95A intersection in Silver Springs, according to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office.

Young Dubliners return to Carson City

The Young Dubliners, playing Saturday in the Levitt AMP series, want to be the best band you see this summer.

Wednesday, July 6

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Notice of Prehearing Conference

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Lien Sale - Public Auction

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Notice of Lien Sale

Trina Machacek: What about that small stuff, stuff

Big stuff I can usually handle. Then? Oh, the small things.

Carson sheriff arrests man for assault, burglary

Jose Gomez-Orozco, 52, was arrested on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon, felony residential burglary and two counts of misdemeanor probation violations.

Joe Santoro: Does the Mountain West get more meaningless?

How attractive do you think a Mountain West without Boise State and San Diego State would be to major networks that run college sports?

Carson summer school students engineer cardboard arcade games (video)

Empire Elementary School students spent 20 minutes each morning to create arcade games out of cardboard, tape, glue and other found materials.

Hearing set in kidnapping, killing of Fernley teen

Public defenders for Troy Driver filed a motion last week to dismiss the first-degree murder charge in Lyon County.

2022 Fallon Fourth of July Parade winners

2022 Fallon Fourth of July Parade winners

New York playwright comes home to Virginia City

Playwright, producer, and actress Elise Milner is showing the off-Broadway play “An Awkward Inheritance” at Piper’s Opera House in July.

Past Pages for July 6 to 8, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Moyle remembered as a man for the people

Former FPST chairman described as having a love for life

Alvin Moyle, former chairman of the Fallon Shoshone Paiute Tribe, was remembered as not only a man who had strong convictions but also one who had a love for the land and its people, rodeo and service in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Western Nevada College unveils new simulator, science lab

Western Nevada College’s Fallon campus recently unveiled its new simulator for assisting individuals to earn their state commercial driver’s license and also a new biology lab.

Educators receive one-time bonus

Churchill County School District employees from the 2021-22 school year are receiving a one-time 5% allocation of their base salary as appreciation for their hard work and dedication.

Museum hosts Chamber members for lunch

Members of the Fallon Chamber of Commerce learned more about the Churchill County Museum and its offerings at June’s monthly luncheon.

Bighorn Bulletin: Isabella Hockenberry Grimes and more

Oasis Alumnus Sequoya Casey will be heading to the prestigious Oxford University in the Spring of 2023 where she will continue to study politics and philosophy. The 2021 graduate has been attending the University of Nevada, Reno and is thrilled for the opportunity to study abroad.

Bighorn News: Polish competes to be National Trig Star Champion

Junior Sarah Polish took the National Trig Star Champion Test last week. Polish earned the local and state champion before school got in May. Each of those exams earned her a $100 prize.

Community Bulletin Board

Hall of Fame golf tournament The annual Greenwave Hall of Fame golf tournament is July 29 and is a four-person scramble. Cost includes nine holes and dinner. Those having club membership at the Fallon Golf Course, $30. Nonmembers are $50.

Signups being taken for preliminary Master Gardener training

For those wanting to tune up their landscaping skills or who may be interested in becoming a Master Gardener volunteer, it’s time to sign up for the Home Horticulture Certificate Program, offered online, Aug. 4-Sept. 29, by University of Nevada, Reno Extension.

The Nevada Traveler: Napa Valley’s Sharpsteen Museum showcases Calistoga history

The Sharpsteen Museum in Calistoga celebrates not only the rich history of its home community but the interesting life of the museum’s founder and namesake, Ben Sharpsteen, a longtime Disney animator, director, and producer.

The cat does not have our tongues

Me and Ow here. Before Watson went over the rainbow bridge, he asked us to inform his readers about cats. He didn’t know much about cats and their skill set, but we do. One of the first amazing things we would like to talk about are our ears.

BattleBorn Broncs, Reno Rodeo results

busy month in western Nevada with the BattleBorn Broncs in Fallon and the Reno Rodeo.

Three Greenwave football players sign for college

Three Greenwave football players are extending their careers. Xavier Capton signed a letter of intent to play football at Luther College, a private liberal arts college in Decorah, Iowa. The tight end and linebacker averaged 9.7 tackles per game. Capton said the NCAA Division III college made him feel very welcomed. After contacting the coach about playing there, the coaches looked at his high school video and liked what they saw. Capton said he was able to visit the college in an area known for agriculture, similar to Fallon. The populations of the two communities are similar.

Austin, de Braga, Payne earn league’s top honors

Fallon three-sport star Tyler Austin racked up the baseball’s Player of the Year divisional and regional honors and Lester de Braga was named Coach of the Year in his final season over the baseball program.

Rattlesnake Raceway standings through June 11

After hosting a two-day racing event capped off with fireworks celebrating the Fourth of July, Rattlesnake Raceway will not be back in action until Aug. 20-21.

De Golyer Bucking Horse & Bull Bash sells out

The eighth annual de Golyer Bucking Horse and Bull Bash didn’t disappoint. More than 100 contestants from Nevada, California and Oregon invaded the valley as 4,000 spectators flocked to the Fairview Arena of the 3C Complex at the Churchill County Fairgrounds on June 25.

Top Gun Dragstrip hosts points racing this weekend

Top Gun Dragstrip will host a three-day event Friday through Sunday at the quarter-mile strip south of Fallon. Test-N-Tune (T-N-T) and grudge racing highlight Friday’s action, beginning at 6 p.m. The Summit ET and Jr. Drag’s seventh and eighth points races are Saturday and Sunday, beginning at 9 a.m. Gates open at 5 p.m.

Carson City man gets 25 years in California murder

Anthony Thomas Garcia was convicted by a jury of first-degree murder on March 30, 2021.

Tuesday, July 5

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Carson City reschedules fireworks for July 9

Nevada Rural Counties RSVP has rescheduled its Independence Day firework show for Saturday, July 9, according to RSVP CEO Molly Walt.

Western Nevada College gearing up for fall semester

Although WNC classes begin on Aug. 29, as many as 20 courses are classified as open entry, meaning students can enroll as late as the ninth week of the semester.

Applications for broadband grants now open

The Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure Program provides grants to public entities and non-profits to build or improve broadband services.

Sisolak orders flags at half mast for Highland Park shooting

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered the American and Nevada state flags lowered to half-staff to honor those killed and injured by the gunman at Highland Park, Illinois.

4 arrested at alleged Carson City drug house

Four people were arrested after deputies served a search warrant on a residence on Park Street in Carson City.

Carson City man charged with sex crimes against 5-year-old

The 22-year-old was charged with promoting a sexual performance, possession of child pornography, lewdness with a child under 16 and child abuse.

Carson school board renews food service pact

The agreement has an administrative fee not to exceed $55,030 and a management fee not to exceed .08809 cents per meal.

Carson City supervisors to open bids for Northgate property

In April, the board decided only nonprofits may submit bids, and minimum price is $385,000.

Growth Management sets Carson City water limits, flags road maintenance

The Growth Management Commission met to review the city’s growth cap and ensure that public facilities can support future growth.

Monday, July 4

Letters to the Editor for July 2, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

$3.7 million awarded for projects in Carson City, rurals

Gov. Steve Sisolak says Carson City and nine rural communities will receive a total of $3.7 million in grants.

Michelle Palmer: A strawberry semi-frozen dessert for a hot day

Granita is a semi-frozen dessert made from sugar, water and various flavorings. Originally from Sicily, it is available throughout Italy in varying forms.

Carson’s Crowell tapped for Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Carson City native Bradley R. Crowell has left the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources after being nominated to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission by President Joe Biden.

Weather, supply issues delay Stateline Events Center

Delays push opening of Stateline events center to second quarter of 2023

Jim Valentine: Where is my property?

You should know what it is that you are considering buying, or that you actually own.

Jake McKinley named Nevada Wolf Pack baseball head coach

Jake McKinley has spent the past four seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers and has more than a decade of collegiate coaching experience.

Dennis Cassinelli: Progress at Sutro Tunnel

Volunteers have contributed to the efforts to restore the tunnel and make it safe for visitors to enter.

COVID, economy cited for dips in Nevada college enrollments

For the spring 2021 semester, enrollment at Nevada colleges and universities dropped by 4.7%, then another 2% a year later.

Sunday, July 3

Trina Machacek: Idiosyncrasies are quirky

We all have some quirky things. It’s just the way we all live our lives.

Carson City elementary archery team 2nd at state

The Fritsch Elementary School Archery Team placed second in the Nevada State Archery Competition. Last year, the team won the state title.

JoAnne Skelly: Penstemons: quite forgiving and easy to grow

Some penstemons grow for two to three years, while others may live longer than that.

WNC takes training to Baker Hughes/Bently Nevada

The Western Nevada College Tech Express Mobile Training Lab provides industry-specific training for Northern Nevada manufacturers and businesses.

Kelly Bullis: Taxes and Independence Day

What comes to your mind when you think of Independence Day 1776 and taxes?

Faith & Insight: Dad’s homecoming

June 24 will be remembered as the day my father’s prayers were answered.

Sisolak joins governors seeking extension of health plan subsidies

He said nine out of 10 Nevadans qualify for some sort of subsidy to reduce the monthly premiums they pay for health insurance through Nevada Health Link.

Saturday, July 2

Carson City birth announcements for June 14 to 22, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for June 14 to 22, 2022

Carson City road report for July 4 to 10, 2022

Carson City road report for July 4 to 10, 2022

WNC’s ACCEL Program honors HSE recipients, Honor Society inductees

More than 100 students were recognized by Western Nevada College's ACCEL adult education program.

Carson River Resort, celebration of a century

This weekend, the Carson River Resorts in Alpine County will be celebrating its 100th anniversary.

Clerks complete recount of Nevada Republican governor's race

The outcome did not appear to change in Washoe and Clark counties, showing Joey Gilbert losing to Joe Lombardo in a crowded field.

Joe Santoro: Jay Norvell’s parting ‘gift’

"Norvell’s Pack won only eight games last year without a league title so Wilson should easily avoid the greatest decline in victories in program history ..."

Carson sheriff reports Isaiah Able missing and wanted

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with locating Isaiah Able, who is a missing/wanted person.

Carson City sheriff looking for Anthony Warne

Anthony Warne was last seen in the parking lot of the Carson City Courthouse on June 24 at about 11:45 a.m.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Pandemic Puppy needs socialization

With the lockdowns and limited social interactions, we couldn't give Leo the same socialization experiences as our previous pets.

Past Pages for July 2 to 5, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Lyon County seeks ‘biggest bang for buck’ on Dayton storm drainage, bridge

The Lyon County Commission approved two storm drainage master plans for the Dayton Valley and directed county staff to secure funding for a second bridge over the Carson River.

Roger Diez: Celebrate independence with road courses

The Independence Day weekend is an all-road-course festival.

Friday, July 1

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Fiscal Report FY2022

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

Defense seeks to toss murder charge in Irion kidnap-killing

Troy Driver's public defenders filed the motion to dismiss in justice court in Lyon County where Driver is scheduled to appear Tuesday.

Carson City to close Prison Hill OHV area on ‘red flag’ days

Closures of the Prison Hill OHV area will typically occur in the afternoon when conditions for fire risk are highest.

Vaccine no longer mandated for Nevada university employees

The Nevada Board of Regents will no longer require staff at the state's public universities and colleges be vaccinated for COVID-19.

World War II-era boat emerges from shrinking Lake Mead

The Higgins landing craft that has long been 185 feet below the surface is now nearly halfway out of the water at Lake Mead.

Rocky Dawuni plays Afro roots in Carson City

Local band Moxy Ruckus will open the show

This Saturday the Brewery Arts Center brings in two-time Grammy-nominated artist Rocky Dawuni for the Levitt AMP Concert Series.


Retinol and retinoid products have become a powerhouse in the skin care industry. We have all seen the commercials enticing us to try one product or another. You may not realize it, but these products have been around for a while.

Nevada casinos’ win again tops $1 billion

Gaming win again passed $1 billion in May as casino licensees reported collecting a total of $1.3 billion.

Carson City school board OKs teacher stipend

Trustees approved the annual budgeted pay for performance staff payment with a fiscal impact not to exceed $1 million.