Stories for June 2022

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Thursday, June 30

NDOT: No road controls for Incline project over weekend

There will be no road restrictions and lane reductions along State Route 28 and SR 431 in the Incline Village area over the holiday weekend.

Schmidt says not directly involved in Gilbert’s recount

Assembly District 40 candidate Gary Schmidt said he was involved but that he, “withdrew from that in 24 hours.”

Carson City implements fire restrictions

The Carson City Fire Department is implementing fire restrictions on city and privately-owned lands within Carson City starting Friday, July 1.

Planning Commission wants Carson residents’ stance on marijuana stores

The Planning Commission is considering making a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors to allow two more marijuana retail stores.

Nevada Supreme Court rules on election-based ballot questions

A ballot question converting Nevada’s elections into an open primary and ranked-choice general election system can go on the November ballot.

WNC News and Notes: Take charge of your professional career this fall

The Fall 2022 semester at Western Nevada College is about 2 months away. To ensure that you get the classes that you prefer, it’s important to register as soon as possible. Fall semester starts Aug. 29.

Gilbert to pay $190,000 for statewide recount

The Reno attorney who lost this month's Republican primary election by more than 11 percentage points, nearly 26,000 votes, will pay for a statewide recount.

Carson sheriff joins virtual mental crisis care program

Those struggling with a mental health crisis in jurisdictions across Nevada will soon be able to connect by iPad with a behavioral health professional.

Wednesday, June 29

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Notice of Pre-hearing Conference

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Notice to Contractors

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Notice of Hearing

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Consumer Confidence Report 2022

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Annual Report 30-Jun-22

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Invitation to Solicitation

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Annual Fiscal Report

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Pre-hearing Conference

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Annual Summary Fiscal Report

MEFIYI's Molly Awards

The 18th Annual Molly Youth Awards honors outstanding Douglas County Student Athletes and celebrates the memory of Douglas High School Student Athlete, Molly Lahlum.

Get Healthy Carson City: Celebrate Fourth of July safely

The only fireworks allowed in Carson City are the professional pyrotechnic companies that have received a permit.

School vouchers lawsuit tossed by Nevada Supreme Court

The court ruled the Education Freedom PAC failed to provide a funding source to pay for what it wanted to do.

Fallon Chamber encourages residents, visitors to celebrate July 4 downtown

This year’s Fourth of July is having more a traditional feel to it than previous years.

Jeanette Strong: A clear and present danger

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.

David C Henley: Don’t let scams dim your fireworks

The Fourth of July arrives in just four days, and to celebrate Independence Day millions of Americans will attend barbecues, picnics and fireworks shows that honor veterans and active duty military during this annual patriotic holiday.

Community Bulletin Board

Stop by the Churchill County Library in June to take advantage of its activities for all ages.

Commissioners canvass primary election results

The Churchill County Commission canvassed on June 22 the 2022 Churchill County primary election held eight days earlier.

The Nevada Traveler: Daveytown turned out to be no gravy train

The story of the old mining camp of Daveytown, located directly west of U.S. 95, about 30 miles northwest of Winnemucca, is no different from that of dozens of mining towns strewn across Nevada.

Tony Yarbrough, Nevada veterans’ advocate, dies at 73

For thousands of Nevada’s veterans, Anthony “Tony” Yarbrough has been synonymous with their causes for decades.

Past Pages for June 29 to July 1, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Fallon to host rural Nevada multi-faith dialogue

The first rural Nevada multi-faith dialogue, involving diverse religions and denominations, will be held in Fallon on July 16.

Lords accepts principal’s job in Battle Mountain

Winnemucca native leaves Fallon after spending 17 years with CCSD

After 17 years of living in Fallon and working with the Churchill County School District, Kevin Lords couldn’t pass up the opportunity to return home … sort of.

Patrons donate water to first-responders

CVS patrons are helping local first-responders by donating cases of water this summer.

We bid farewell to Watson

Dear readers, it is with a heavy heart I must inform you that Watson has passed over the rainbow bridge. He quietly fell asleep after lunch with us close by. To say it is a great loss is an understatement. Watson was a favorite at the dog park, CAPS, and anywhere he traveled.

Sevon retires as court administrator

District Court Judge Thomas Stockard knew the day was inevitable when his court administrator would retire. Sue Sevon, who had been with the Churchill County courts for 30 years — most recently as the court administrator for 20 years — recently retired.

WNC News and Notes: Enrollment open for fall certified nursing assistant course

Train for an occupation that is destined for continued employment growth: Certified Nursing Assistant.

Fallon all-stars win 3 state titles over Spanish Springs

Three of Fallon’s four all-star teams took home the Cal Ripken state championship on Sunday in Fallon, advancing to the regional tournament later this month.

Busy July 4 weekend chugs in to Carson City

It will be a busy long weekend in Carson City with the events culminating in the RSVP Fourth of July fireworks at about 9 p.m. Monday.

Tuesday, June 28

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Pre-hearing Conference

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Notice of Pre-hearing Conference

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Notice of Petition for Minor Name Change

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Notice to Creditors

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Annual Fiscal Report

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Estray Animal

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Public Lien Auction

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Invitation to Bid

Sisolak signs executive order on abortion

The order is designed to protect reproductive freedom for any person seeking access to reproductive health care in Nevada, the governor's office said.

Nevada law enforcement focus on drunk boating this weekend

Law enforcement officers across Nevada will be on heightened alert for those violating boating under the influence laws this weekend as part of Operation Dry Water.

High Sierra Music Festival returns; Lebo, Poltz, RRE, Fish share stories

1,000s of music fans will descend to the Plumas County Fairgrounds in Quincy for four nights of tunes, camping and more starting Thursday.

Silver City hosts Silver Palooza Music and Art Festival

Live music performances will feature artists Darren Senn, Smilin’ Bob, Betty & James, and Drinking with Clowns.

Carson schools Family Life Committee rules approved

The Carson City school board this month approved changes to the rules of procedure for the Family Life Advisory Committee.

Carson City Guard unit deploying to Romania

The first deployment of a Nevada Army National Guard unit to Europe since early 2020 is involving about 40 soldiers from a Carson City-based police unit.

Monday, June 27

Douglas Tigers football skills camp

Join Me-For-Incredible-Youth, Inc. (MEFIYI) and Douglas Tiger High School Football Program for fun and informative Football Skills Camp with instruction for boys & girls who want to enjoy, learn and improve their skills in football.

Vegas man pleads guilty for participating in Capitol riot

Nathaniel DeGrave, 32, has agreed to cooperate with the government’s ongoing investigation.

Gardnerville man sentenced for assault on Vegas flight

The 41-year-old has been ordered to serve six months home confinement and pay more than $49,000 in restitution.

State officials OK nearly $620 million in service agreements

The governor, secretary of state and attorney general approved 146 Master Service Agreements during the 10-minute meeting.

Carson City jazz festival announces art contest winner

Mike Bond"s “Jazz Guitar,” was selected from 10 entries to highlight the 19th annual Jazz & Beyond Music and Art Festival.

NDOT says cement change will cut carbon emissions

A spokesman said the change to Portland Limestone Cement will cut emissions by 4,000 tons a year.

Planning Commission will review Carson City marijuana dispensary laws

Commissioners will discuss raising the marijuana establishment cap from 2 to 3 dispensaries and allowing drive-through and curbside pickup.

Sunday, June 26

Letters to the Editor for June 25, 2021

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

WNC’s Reach for the Stars fundraiser returns

Western Nevada College Foundation will host the Reach for the Stars fundraiser on Aug. 13.

JoAnne Skelly: Tips for attracting hummingbirds

"Someone asked me how to attract hummingbirds to her yard, since they were a wonderful reminder of her grandmother."

Warren Engine Co. marks 159 years in Carson City

Warren Engine Co., No. 1 celebrated 159 years as one of the oldest volunteer fire departments in the west at its annual meeting and dinner on June 17.

Get Healthy Carson City: Playground safety and new spaces

With 17 playgrounds throughout Carson City, there are a variety of play spaces that will encourage your child to be active and engaged in outdoor play.

Kelly Bullis: Avoiding paying FBAR penalties

It amazes me how many folks actually have a foreign bank account.

Faith & Insight: What’s been lost?

No matter how much we tell ourselves life is found in dreams and security and substances, we know deep down it’s in people.

Carson's Feuling calls for volunteer support in schools

“The reality is we need help. We need community support. We need parental support to make schools work."

Saturday, June 25

Carson City birth announcements for June 5 to 15, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for June 5 to 15, 2022

Jim Hartman: GOP winning in 2024 – without Trump

3 former top Trump administration officials have now penned books that include an unflattering picture of Donald Trump and his fitness to hold office.

Carson City road report for June 27 to July 3, 2022

Carson City road report for June 27 to July 3, 2022

WNC student goes from prison to business ownership

Adam Temple is a dual graduate of WNC, having earned his associate degree and completed the college’s Commercial Driver Training program.

Jayme Watts: Tacos al pastor at home (recipe)

"These succulent, marinated and slow-roasted tacos are found throughout many cities in Mexico."

All Nevada counties approve primary election results

Esmeralda County became the last to certify its countywide results – less than two hours before a midnight deadline.

K-9 vehicle donated to Carson City sheriff

The Berger Family Trust donated a state-of-the-art pursuit edition vehicle to Carson City Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit.

Jim Valentine: A good time for maintenance

It’s a good time to look around and see how your property fared through the winter months.

Past Pages for June 25 to 28, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City businesses open in time for summer

New businesses held ribbon cuttings and soft openings just in time for summer foot traffic in Carson City.

Roger Diez: NASCAR returns to the track after week off

This weekend the coverage of NASCAR Cup and Xfinity races switches from FOX to the NBC family of networks.

Friday, June 24

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Public Notice & Findings

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Notice of Hearing

Climate change driving Tahoe environmental impacts, lawmakers told

Nevada lawmakers were told climate change is driving environmental changes in the Tahoe Basin, including a significant increase in wildfires.

Supervisors accept Carson City Primary Election vote

Carson City had 35 percent voter turnout for the 2022 Primary Election.

Q&A: BAC’s Gina Lopez talks Levitt AMP Concert Series

Gina Lopez took over as executive director of the Brewery Arts Center in 2014.

Lawmakers discuss how best to pay college athletes

The committee called on Congress to develop a national policy on how the so-called Name, Image and Likeness system would work.

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion

The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years.

Nevada gets $29.1 million for rural counties

The Interior Department has awarded Nevada $29.15 million through the Payments In Lieu of Taxes program for this fiscal year.

Thursday, June 23

Joe Santoro: Daunting hurdles for Pack's new AD

Stephanie Rempe has an opportunity to become the most important and influential athletic director in Nevada Wolf Pack history.

Esmeralda County postpones accepting June 14 vote results

317 votes cast in the jurisdiction during the state's June 14 primary election.

Carson City eye care center awarded congressional, gubernatorial recognition

The Center for Advanced Eye Care had a surprise guest during the Thursday morning staff meeting.

Alvin Moyle, former Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe chairman, dies

Alvin Moyle, former chairman of the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe, died unexpectedly at his home Sunday night. He was 83.

Sisolak silent on federal gas tax issue

Nevada law automatically raises the state gasoline tax if and when the federal government lowers or suspends its gas tax.

Increasing chance for thunderstorms today around Carson City

Showers and thunderstorms will continue across Western Nevada and the Sierra today, forecasters say. This afternoon the potential for storms increases. Isolated storms remain possible into the weekend.

Senate race promises to be fight for nonpartisan voters

The attack ads already are airing and campaign fundraising emails are flooding into inboxes as one of the most competitive U.S. Senate races in the country gets rolling.

Wednesday, June 22

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Resolution to Augment Budget

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Notice to Contractors

Trina Machacek: No rust on my shovel

I hardily recommend you practice leaning on your shovel daily.

Carson sheriff seeks suspects for theft, credit card fraud

The victims were shopping at a local grocery store and briefly left their shopping cart unattended when their purses were taken.

Stephanie Rempe named Nevada Wolf Pack athletic director

"The University of Nevada is a gem that has served Nevadans for nearly 150 years. I could not be more excited to join the Wolf Pack Family and make Nevada home."

Nevada Mining Association hosts annual workshop for educators

Teachers rotated through a mineral class on Tuesday, scratch-testing rocks and learning about the precious minerals in everyday household products.

Carson City Library director resigns after three years

The Library Board of Trustees will meet Thursday to accept Tod Colegrove's resignation and begin the recruitment process for a new director.

Carson’s Bee City hosts ‘Pollinator Parade’ on Saturday

Costumed birds, bees, butterflies and bats and all other pollinators are welcome to join a short parade on sidewalks, mostly along Carson Street.

New Carson superintendent ‘excited’ for schools to feel open

“We have to be careful again. It’s strange to call it ‘change,’ but it’s really a return to what we want schools to feel like and be like.”

Past Pages for June 22 to 24, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Battle Born Broncs takes over Fallon’s new Rafter 3C Arena

The world’s top bareback and saddle bronc riders competed in Battle Born Broncs, the first rodeo event held at Fallon’s new Rafter 3C Arena.

Getto wins commission race

Koenig, Titus lead their respective races for the state Legislature

Myles Getto, a newcomer to Churchill County politics, defeated Tom Riggins for the commission’s District 2 seat. The Fallon native received 1,592 votes (40.38%) to Riggins 1,322 (33.53%). Rounding out the four-candidate field were Kenneth Harmon with 715 votes and Tanya Freeman, 314. Since all the candidates were Republicans, no voting in the general election will occur.

Elks conducts annual Flag Day ceremony

Fallon Elks Lodge 2239 conducted its annual Flag Day ceremony June 14. This year, the Elks and by Boy Scouts Troop 1776 assembled at the Lions softball complex. The ceremony honors the anniversary of the nation’s flag and to booster the spirit of American patriotism.

Steve Ranson: News icon Bob Carroll’s lasting impact

Every Sunday night when I was on the highway from Carson City to Fallon, I would sink into the golden era of music and listen to Bob Carroll play the Music of America, popular tunes primarily from the 1940s and 50s on KUNR-FM radio.

Bulletin Board: Fourth of July parade, events

Entries for all categories for the July 4 parade are being accepted online through June 24. Following the parade, stay for the block party on Maine Street between Williams and Stillwater avenues. Maine Street will be blocked off until 2 p.m. for pedestrians and families to enjoy bed races, water games, a children’s bike parade and the fire truck sprinklers. Have lunch at food trucks and shop at vendor booths.

The Nevada Traveler: 19th century hoaxes and hair-raising adventures in Pahranagat Valley

During the past year or so, I have been working on a book about Nevada’s frontier journalists (more about that in a future column). As a result of my research, I’ve gained a greater appreciation for these talented and creative ink-stained pioneers, particularly Virginia City journalist William Wright, who wrote under the pen name, Dan De Quille.

Bighorn News: Alumni Feature: Kaylynn Perez

Working behind the scenes at KTVN, Oasis Academy alumnus Kaylynn Perez has quickly climbed the ladder from associate producer to now producer of the 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. news broadcasts.

Cat eyes inspire safety and games

Me and Ow here. We were just helping with the annual garage cleaning when, ‘lo and behold, a cache of marbles was found. Not just any marbles but cat eyes. A bit of research revealed that cat eyes have inspired more than just marbles. They also led to the invention of road reflectors.

De Golyer Bucking Horse & Bull Bash returns this weekend

Hosting rodeo events since 2014, the de Golyer family continues to be in awe of the community’s support, including sponsorship from local businesses, which makes this weekend one of the summer staples in the Lahontan Valley.

Free school lunch program gets another year

Lawmakers approved $75 million in federal pandemic funding to continue providing all K-12 pupils with free breakfast and lunch during the coming school year.

Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry to play American Century Championship

Stephen Curry, fresh off the Golden State Warriors’ fourth NBA championship in the past eight seasons and his unanimous selection as Finals MVP, will bring recognition as one of basketball history’s greatest players along with his golf skills to Edgewood Tahoe for the 33rd annual American Century Championship at Lake Tahoe, July 8-10.

Tuesday, June 21

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Annual Statement

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FY 2022 Amended Final Budget Notice of Intent

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Publication of Ordinance

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Notice of Filing & of Public Hearing

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Petition for Change of Name

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Notice fo Lien Sale

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Lien Sale

Sierra Academy of Style raises funds for human trafficking groups

The Sierra Academy of Style is hosting a fashion show fundraiser June 25 to benefit faith-based organizations Xquisite and Awaken.

SambaDá returns to Carson City to kick off concerts

SambaDá brings some South American culture to Carson City as the first headliner of the Levitt AMP Concert Series on June 25.

Lyon planning commission OKs Mound House parcel rezoning

Site planned for the proposed Mound House community center.

Sparks Peterbilt dealer struggling to meet demand

The automobile industry isn’t the only manufacturing sector experiencing lengthy production delays.

Monday, June 20

For some tribe members in Nevada, hurdles to voting remain

Native Americans, a group whose voting rights historically were suppressed and whose access to voting continues to be a challenge, had the largest jump in voter turnout in 2020.

R-C, Appeal sports editor Dave Price joins NIAA Hall of Fame

Dave Price represented the best of the best when pacing the sidelines while covering a high school game.

Virginia City’s Rollie Hess joins NIAA Hall of Fame

Rollie Hess is synonymous with Virginia City’s dominance of high school basketball in the 1960s.

Lyon County cuts deputy position, upgrades sergeants

Sheriff Frank Hunewill said his goal was to retain as many of his current positions as possible but candidates weren’t applying for open jobs.

Trina Machacek: Magically learning

Finding the magic of learning does not stop when you get that diploma from school. No matter what school.

Railroad museum topic for Carson Rotary meeting

Rotary Club of Carson City members will learn about what is housed in the museum, its important role in history and an upcoming celebration at the club’s meeting on Tuesday.

Carson's Campagni: ‘The whole industry has changed’

Chip shortages have led to lengthy production and delivery delays that have completely transformed the way auto dealerships sell cars.

Sunday, June 19

Letters to the editor for June 18, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

NDOT to include disadvantaged businesses in transportation contracts

A public meeting will be held June 22 on a program designed to include disadvantaged and minority-owned businesses in federally-funded transportation projects.

Marilyn Foster: Plan your Valentine’s Day 2023 in Thailand

The tour begins and ends in Bangkok featuring 14 nights in four-star-plus hotels and resorts, 24 meals, all sightseeing and all flights.

New director to lead Nevada State Museum in Carson City

Josh Bonde succeeds Myron Freedman, the museum director since 2017 and now the administrator of the Nevada Division of Museums and History.

Feds to spend $9 million for sagebrush ecosystems

40 projects in eight states for sagebrush ecosystems to combat invasive species and wildfire, reduce the spread of juniper trees and promote community and economic stability.

Jim Valentine: Did your agent ask enough questions?

A little recognized fact about real estate agents is that they must be good interviewers.

Faith & Insight: Antidote to toxic negativity

Love of God through faith in Jesus enables us to truly care for others, despite their race, political persuasion, or lifestyle.

Carson City ‘right fit’ for retiring school superintendent

Carson City Superintendent Richard Stokes always believed education should never prevent his students from doing what they truly wanted.

Saturday, June 18

Carson City birth announcements for June 6 to 8, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for June 6 to 8, 2022

Jim Hartman: San Francisco schools ban the word ‘chief’

The San Francisco Unified School District is dropping the word “chief” from all job titles for its 10,000-employee workforce.

Carson City road report for June 20 to 26, 2022

Carson City road report for June 20 to 26, 2022

JoAnne Skelly: Irrigation woes

"We have maintained, adjusted, dug up, rebuilt and jury-rigged this inherited system since 1988."

Tara Riddle: Quiche for the perfect brunch (recipe)

"When I think of spring I think of Easter and eggs, green grass and sunshine … that’s what this quiche means to me."

Carson City 15-year-old dies in crash

Speed is a suspected factor in a Tuesday, June 14 crash where a gray 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled over, killing a 15-year-old Carson City teen.

Election deniers quiet on fraud claims after primary wins

Inconsistency has become a hallmark of election deniers in Republican primary contests across the U.S. in this year's midterms.

Kelly Bullis: Donate Bitcoin, save tax

You care about others and their misfortunes and are willing to put some of your own wealth into a position to help others less fortunate than you.

Past Pages for June 18 to 21, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Roger Diez: SRX returns as NASCAR takes week off

Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there. The dads in the NASCAR and IndyCar garages have the weekend off.

Friday, June 17

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

Wildfire threatening Genoa Cemetery on the ropes

A wildfire burning behind the Genoa Cemetery is threatening structures

Get Healthy Carson City: Endless summer of mosquitoes

Carson City Health and Human Services’ Environmental Health Specialists will be conducting abatement treatments around the city throughout the summer.

Nevada Supreme Court: Senior water rights holders must join in drought pain

Opponents, including three members of the high court, say the ruling effectively punches a hole in 155 years of Nevada water law.

Nevada Supreme Court hears school voucher appeal

Justices asked pointed questions about a fast-track appeal of a school vouchers ballot measure that a state court judge rejected.

Beatlemania in Carson City at Taste of Downtown

The Beatles Flashback will be bringing the hits from one of music’s most iconic bands to Carson City for the Taste of Downtown.

Michael Smith: Celebrate Juneteenth with education

Juneteenth marks the day when Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas, and informed the slaves that the Civil War was over and they were liberated.

Unemployment rate falls as Nevada adds jobs

Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reports the unemployment rate is now 4.9 percent and employment is up 96,300 since May 2021.

Thursday, June 16

Carson landfill air quality permit up for renewal

The Division of Environmental Protection has announced its preliminary decision to renew the landfill's Class 1 Air Quality Operating Permit.

Supervisors approve Carson City Airport improvement plan

The Carson City Airport has its fingers crossed for a new terminal building, but the chances of getting funding for the project are slim.

Krasner calls for limits on governor’s emergency powers

Krasner defeated appointed incumbent Sen. Don Tatro in Tuesday’s Republican primary. She will face Democrat Aaron Sims in November’s general election.

Joe Santoro: Stop the debate, Curry is great

The drama attached to Steph Curry in this year’s NBA Finals is becoming ridiculous. The national media needs to stop embarrassing itself.

Intervention & Resource Center offers services to Carson City victims

The resource center is helping AEDV gain visibility and Lisa Lee, executive director, can now offer more services to domestic and sexual violence victims.

Fed's aggressive rate hikes raise likelihood of a recession

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has pledged to do whatever it takes to curb inflation, now raging at a four-decade high and defying the Fed's efforts so far to tame it. Increasingly, it seems, doing so might require the one painful thing the Fed has sought to avoid: A recession. A worse-than-expected inflation report for May — consumer prices rocketed up 8.6% from a year earlier, the biggest jump since 1981 — helped spur the Fed to raise its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of point Wednesday.

Amodei looks toward November after primary win

Rep. Mark Amodei will face Democrat Elizabeth Mercedes Krause in the November general election.

Wednesday, June 15

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Request for Qualifications

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Consumer Session

Ken Beaton: The shoulders we stand upon today

Who won the June 17, 1775 Battle of Bunker Hill?

O’Neill wins primary for Carson City’s Assembly seat

O’Neill, the incumbent in District 40, advances to face Democrat Shannon McDaniel and Libertarian Sam Toll in November’s general election.

Horton, Wells advance in Carson City supervisor race

Wilke-McCulloch and Hoen advance in clerk-recorder race.

Election stirs change for Carson City school board

School board candidates look ahead to raising academic standards, fixing fiscal challenges and addressing changes in leadership after Tuesday’s primary.

Pony Express trots through Carson City

A relay race of lone riders carrying express mail came through Carson City on Wednesday.

Douglas sheriff seeks IDs of shoe theft suspects

Authorities are seeking to identify three people in connection with the theft of multiple pairs of shoes from Famous Footwear.

Carson City sheriff seeks credit card fraud suspect (video)

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying a female involved in a vehicle burglary and credit card fraud.

Teen killed, two injured in Carson City wreck

The wreck happened about 11:45 p.m. at the Fairview Drive intersection with the freeway.

Carson City sheriff warns of trailhead vehicle burglaries

CCSO wants to caution the public of trailhead vehicle burglaries and wants the public to take extra steps to protect their belongings.

Past Pages for June 15 to 17, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

2022 Churchill County primary election results

Unofficial results until mailed-in ballots are received and counted

Election skeptic wins GOP race for secretary of state

Jim Marchant, who has been repeating the false claims the 2020 election was stolen, will face Cisco Aguilar, former chair of the Nevada Athletic Commission.

GOP picks Chattah to face Ford in AG race

Sigal Chattah beat another Las Vegas lawyer, Tisha Black, in Tuesday's GOP primary. She'll face an uphill battle in November against incumbent Aaron Ford.

Laxalt win sets up fierce race for Senate control

The former state attorney general who has embraced lies about the 2020 election won the Republican nomination for a pivotal Nevada Senate seat

Tuesday, June 14

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Contractors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Public Auction

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Public Auction

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Invitation to Bid

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Notice of Consumer Session

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Notice of Lien Sale

Hucke inducted into NIAA Hall of Fame

Fallon athlete led Greenwave to consecutive state volleyball titles

When Fallon’s volleyball team traveled to Las Vegas for the large-class state tournament 23 years ago, the players didn’t dress like a championship team. They couldn’t barely put together an outfit. “We played Green Valley. There are 16, 17 girls on the team. They had matching warmups. They looked great,” Jennifer Hucke said of her junior season. “We could barely put an outfit together. We had T-shirts with basically our numbers on them. We had eight, nine girls on our team.”

Erquiaga named interim NSHE chancellor

Fallon native takes over on a temporary basis

A Fallon native has been approved as the acting chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education for 18 months while the Board of Regents search for a permanent chancellor. “Dale Erquiaga is a gifted innovator and strategist with over 35 years of successful experience in both the private and public sectors,” said Cathy McAdoo, Board of Regents chair. “I have full confidence in his abilities to be a true asset for NSHE and the many communities we serve.”

Hackensaw Boys perform Saturday at Oats Park

CEDA Business Council announces annual fundraiser

The Churchill Entrepreneur Development Association Business Council, the community outreach and membership leg to CEDA, annually puts on the “Please Don’t Make Me Attend Another Event” fundraiser to help its mission. The CEDA Business Council, in partnership with the Churchill Arts Council, the city of Fallon, Mayor Ken Tedford, Councilman James Richardson and Councilwomen Kelly Frost and Karla Kent, is hosting the fundraiser.

Plans firming up for Fourth of July

Come out for one of the community’s favorite events: the July 4 parade. Following the parade, stay for the block party on Maine Street between Williams and Stillwater avenues. Maine Street will be blocked off until 2 p.m. for pedestrians and families to enjoy bed races, water games, a children’s bike parade and the fire truck sprinklers. Have lunch at food trucks and shop at vendor booths.

B-29 Superfortress flies over Nevada

Bombers made a big impact in last year of WWII

The B-29 Superfortress lends much of its early history to the Wendover Army Air Base on the Utah-Nevada border that trained crews to fly the military’s largest plane in the waning days of World War II. Wendover became an independent air base from Fort Douglas in March 1942 where the B-17 and B-24 bomber groups trained

American Legion Post 16 hosts Boys State delegates

Twenty-seven juniors from different high schools in southern Nevada stopped at the American Legion Post 16 in Fallon for breakfast on Sunday before they checked in at the University of Nevada, Reno for their week-long Nevada Boys State program.

Birth Announcements

BANNER CHURCHILL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

School district administers Summer Food Service Program

The Churchill County School district will be administering the Summer Food Service Program for the first time.

Jeanette Strong: Just one to a customer

“One person, one vote.” U.S. Supreme Court, Reynolds v. Sims, June 15, 1964 “A majority of Nevada voters know that we didn’t have a secure election. If we can’t have fair elections, then people are not going to turn out. They’re not going to believe in the system.” Republican Senate candidate Adam Laxalt, One America News Network, Jan. 27, 2022

Fallon grad chosen to lead Nevada State Museum in Carson City

A Churchill County High School graduate has been tabbed to lead the Nevada State Museum in Carson City. In a statement from the Nevada Division of Museums and History, Dr. Josh Bonde starts his new role on July 11. He succeeds Myron Freedman, the museum director since 2017 and now the administrator of the Nevada Division of Museums and History.

WNC recognizes 387 students on Spring 2022 Dean’s List

Nearly 400 Western Nevada College students have made the grade of excellence during spring semester. WNC is recognizing 387 students on the Dean’s List for their outstanding performances in the classroom this spring.

The Nevada Traveler: Nature is on display at Reno’s Wilbur D. May Arboretum and Botanical Garden

It’s not every day that you can see a Japanese yew or a patch of Mexican hats in Reno. But both are among the many exotic plant species that can be found in the Wilbur D. May Arboretum and Botanical Garden in Rancho San Rafael Park.

Shave and haircut two bits

Watson, here and I just ran into old friend of mine who was really scalped. His pet parents shaved him, because the weather is getting warmer and they thought he would be cooler. It was a big mistake!

Ways to set and keep healthy boundaries in relationships

In geography, a boundary is a real or imaginary line that separates different regions of the Earth. Things like rivers, mountain ranges and oceans all serve as physical boundaries, while state and country borders serve as imaginary boundaries.

2022 Nevada statewide primary election results

2022 Nevada statewide election results

2022 Carson City primary election results

2022 Carson City Primary election results

Cross-country cyclists to visit Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada for Journey of Hope

Western Nevada College and the Nevada Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities is presenting a friendship party hosted by the Boys and Girls Club of Western Nevada on Friday, June 17. Community members are invited to attend Journey of Hope from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Boys and Girls Club located at 1870 Russell Way in Carson City. The friendship visit is from Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, whose cyclists cross the country to raise awareness and donations for people with disabilities.

Nevada execution challenge kept alive, for now

A federal judge declined to decide or dismiss a condemned killer's lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's lethal injection plan.

Carson City hosts walk-in vaccination clinic Wednesday

Nevada Health Centers’ School-based Health Center on 618 W. Musser St. will offer COVID-19 and flu vaccinations to adults and children Wednesday, June 15. All are welcome to visit the walk-in clinic from 9 to 11 a.m.

Celebrities gearing up for American Century Championship

South Lake Tahoe’s adopted son Charles Barkley had some advice for a newcomer to the American Century Championship.

Carson City gets $41,250 marketing grant from state

Carson City’s grant is to execute multiple marketing and advertising efforts to support its first full-scale marketing campaign to drive larger awareness of Carson City.

Jakota Wass taking the big stage at Taste of Downtown

The Carson Valley musician hopes to jump into a summer of big shows after putting out his first album “Battleborn” in April.

Giant mechanical squid delights Carson City Library visitors

The art installation will be swimming the stacks until Friday.

Monday, June 13

Battery recycling and education at the Rotary Club of Carson City meeting

Did you know that the largest lithium and cobalt mines in the western hemisphere can be found in the junk drawers of America? It’s true, and one local company is trying to do something about it.

RSVP hosts elder abuse open house Wednesday in Carson City

Retired Senior Volunteer Program will host an elder abuse awareness open house on June 15 in the Ormsby Room at the Carson City Sheriff’s Office.

Carson City undersheriff completes FBI academy

Carson City Undersheriff Jerome Tushbant graduated from the FBI National Academy on June 8.

Taste of Downtown to fund domestic violence shelter

This year, all the revenue from Taste will be going toward AEDV’s new shelter to house victims of domestic and sexual violence.

Letters to the Editor for June 11, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Supervisors discuss pact for new Carson City fire station

Core West may become the construction manager for a new fire station on Butti Way. Supervisors will consider a proposed $54,000 contract Thursday.

Sunday, June 12

Carson City birth announcements for May 20 to 31, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for May 20 to 31, 2022

Trina Machacek: Dreams of scary proportions

Crickets! Mormon crickets! Millions upon millions of the creepy dickens.

Carson City Toyota assists sheriff’s office with K9 Team

Recently purchased North American Rescue K9 Tactical Field Kits provide solutions specifically for use with potential injuries of police dogs.

Western Nevada summer session starts Monday

Summer session begins June 13 and will continue through Aug. 6.

Carson City grad completes K-12 education online

Isabel Sandoval attended Nevada Connections Academy since she was in kindergarten.

Kelly Bullis: Some tax breaks that are gone in 2022

There are some tax breaks that had sunset provisions in them. We shall see what Congress does this year.

Lyon County asks for Sisolak’s help with U.S. 50 safety

The resolution asks Gov. Steve Sisolak to direct the Nevada Department of Transportation to address safety on the highway.

Saturday, June 11

Jim Hartman: A ‘red wave’ cresting in November

With five months to the 2022 midterm elections, it’s now increasingly clear that a Republican ‘red wave’ is cresting throughout the country.

Carson City road report for June 13 to 19, 2022

Carson City road report for June 13 to 19, 2022

Carson Tahoe cancer center hosts Survivors Day

Carson Tahoe Health’s Cancer Center marked the 35th annual National Cancer Survivors Day, recognized the first Sunday of each June.

Guard to host Flag Day, Army’s birthday in Carson City

The Nevada National Guard will host its 24th annual Flag Day ceremony and the U.S. Army’s 247th birthday celebration Tuesday at the Capitol.

Jim Valentine: Unintended consequences and surprises

There are many aspects to the journey of buying and selling real estate.

Past Pages for June 11 to 14, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson Chamber announces 2022 Community Awards

At its annual meeting Wednesday, June 15, Carson City Chamber Chair Rob Joiner will be handing out seven awards.

Roger Diez: NASCAR moves into Sonoma this week

This weekend NASCAR is at Sonoma Raceway, a little over three hours west of us.

Friday, June 10

Douglas County legal - 24895

Consumer Confidence Report - 2022

Carson City legal - 24912

Final Notice and Public Explanation of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain

Carson City legal - 24914

Annual Statement

Carson City legal - 24934

Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Construction

Reno student, school reach pact in gun tips bullying case

Reno High School junior Lucas Gorelick argued school district officials violated his constitutional rights by repeatedly searching his backpack and pickup truck after hoax calls.

JoAnne Skelly: Living walls

One of his most famous walls is the “largest continuous living wall in the country at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art” that is 150 feet by 29 feet.

Nevada regents name Erquiaga interim chancellor

Dale Erquiaga, a former state superintendent of public instruction, starts in the role July 1 with a base annual salary of $300,000.

Making community college free for more goal of program

Gov. Steve Sisolak said the committee will also target students seeking degrees or certificates for high-demand occupations.

Nevada justices mulling open primary, ranked-choice measure

The Nevada Supreme Court is considering whether an initiative will advance to the ballot in November to ask voters if they want to create open primaries and ranked-choice voting in general elections.

Revenue $800 million ahead of forecast, state economist says

The seven major revenue streams brought in $689.6 million more than forecast this fiscal year, about $3.5 billion so far.

Thursday, June 9

Get Healthy Carson City: Thunderstorms: Lightning strikes and flash floods

The summer season of thunderstorms that often brings lightning and heavy rain will shortly be upon us in western Nevada.

Carson City Library hosts summer reading program

The library takes summer reading underwater with the “Oceans of Possibilities” summer reading challenge, starting Saturday through Aug. 6.

Proscenium Players Inc holding annual meeting Sunday at Brewery Arts Center

The Proscenium Players Inc. is hoping to add a few more members to its cast. If you’ve ever had an interest in acting, directing or staging this is a great opportunity to explore your options. PPI is holding its annual meeting and celebration on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom and anyone interested in joining is invited.

Mayor Bagwell talks money at Carson City Chamber event

The city is setting a $217 million budget for all funds expenditures, outpacing $205 million in all funds revenue, Bagwell said.

Golden takes over Carson High boys' basketball

Carson High basketball has hired a new head coach for the upcoming 2022-23 season.

Roper’s summer fan drive underway for Carson City seniors

Fans may be dropped by the Roper’s office and at the Carson City Senior Center between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Dog ban on trail protects drinking water, officials say

Carson City announced last week that dogs are prohibited on the Waterfall Trail and North Kings Loop on the west side of the city.

Letters to the Editor for June 8, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

After Uvalde, Furlong speaks to school safety in Carson City

Sheriff Ken Furlong said Carson City is better prepared than most communities to handle an active shooter situation, especially thanks to school resource officers.

Wednesday, June 8

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Intention to Augment Budget

Carson City Emblem Club installs officers

The Emblem Club is a patriotic and charitable organization service that supports local charitable projects.

Dennis Cassinelli: Mesquite, Nevada

Over the years the small pioneer town of Mesquite has grown and changed. With all of the advancement, it is now a thriving community.

Lyon County reports vandalism at several facilities

“Every case of vandalism is a cost to the taxpayer.”

Joe Santoro: Did Nate Cox throw away his shot?

There is a real chance the 6-foot-9 quarterback won’t even be a member of the team this fall after his arrest last Sunday morning for driving under the influence.

Mammovan visits Carson City, offers mammography screenings

Screenings will be through Friday, June 10 from 7:40 a.m. to 3:40 p.m. at Sierra Nevada Health Centers, 3325 Research Way in Carson City.

Churchill County legal - 24359

Notice of Hearing

Storey County bio-fuel plant gains federal approval

Fulcrum Bioenergy has the first commercial-scale plant to convert household garbage into low cost, net-zero transportation fuel.

Two NDOT workers hospitalized after being hit by vehicle

Three Nevada Department of Transportation workers were injured Tuesday afternoon after they were hit by a vehicle on US 395 Northbound near Topsy Lane.

Rafter 3C: A vision comes to fruition

Grand opening gushers in new era of events, tourism for Churchill County

A vision. A plan. And now a state-of-the art venue. Local government officials and guests attended the grand opening and ribbon cutting on June 1 for the Rafter 3C Arena, which is expected to provide a boon to the Churchill County economy.

Fallon hosts Nevada League of Cities retreat

Oasis of Nevada to showcase area for state’s elected officials

As Fallon’s mayor, Ken Tedford loves his community, and when the opportunity comes to showcase the Oasis of Nevada to visitors, he will do so in a heartbeat.

Valedictorians said CCHS students endured challenges of pandemic, online learning

Speakers at Friday night’s Churchill County High School graduation told seniors to look forward to the next chapter in their lives after the Class of 2022 persevered during one of the bleakest times in U.S. history.

NV Energy seeks Northern Nevada's 1st rate hike in 12 years

If approved by state regulators, NV Energy says the average residential customer in Northern Nevada would see their electric bill rise 8.12 percent.

Past Pages for June 8 to 10, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Nevada League of Cities: Americana is found here in Churchill County

What’s red, white and blue with an added color of green? Churchill County residents who support their country, the Navy … and we can’t forget the iconic Greenwave, a symbol of the wind-blown waves of alfalfa and other crops that cover the Lahontan Valley.

Primary election day nears

Voting is in the home stretch with early voting ending on Saturday and the primary election slated for Tuesday at the Fallon Convention Center.

Bighorn News: Rodeo students heading to nationals

Senior and Oasis co-valedictorian Tayler Felton finished strong at the Nevada State Rodeo in Winnemucca.

Community Bulletin Board

Free concert-in-the-park on June 18 at 7:30 p.m. This performance is presented in cooperation with the mayor, Fallon City Council and city of Fallon For the past 20 years, Hackensaw Boys have been a hard-touring force of nature in the American roots music world, bringing a punk ferocity to their string band base and a powerful sensitivity to their ballad roots.

Capt. Tanner speaks at FPST’s Memorial Day ceremony

Area cemeteries also conduct observances for fallen veterans

Members of the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe who are currently serving or have served in the nation’s military were honored on Memorial Day when Capt. Shane Tanner, commander of Naval Air Station Fallon, recognized their service and sacrifice.

The answer is blowing in the wind

Watson here, and I have a tale to tell about my tail. I happened to notice that some dogs have cropped tails or no tails at all, and I began to wonder just what a tail does. Humans don’t have tails, but they also walk standing up and they use their arms for balance.

Churchill students participate in River Wranglers program

Fifth graders from Numa Elementary School and Karl Marsh’s students from Churchill County High School recently participated in Conserve the Carson River workdays on the Carson River in partnership with the River Wranglers.

Numa hosts annual Numaseum

“Each fifth-grade student has been tasked with selecting an important figure or event from history and bringing it to life. After weeks of hard work and research, the students arrived for an evening of history and fun, dressed in their historical costumes, ready to share what they've learned. Visitors can span history and the globe, visiting different countries, cultures, and timelines, all within the halls of Numa.”

CCHS presents scholarship, awards

Churchill County School High School held its annual Scholarship and Academic Awards night in the high school auditorium on May 23.

Battle Born Broncs debuts in Fallon

Athletes will compete for $50,000 in prize money as the Rafter 3C Arena hosts the inaugural Battle Born Broncs on Wednesday.

Racing highlights weekend at Rattlesnake, Top Gun

This weekend will be busy on both ends of the town with motorsports invading the Lahontan Valley.

The Nevada Traveler: Our little piece of paradise in the middle of Pershing County

Somewhere out in the Buena Vista Valley between Lovelock and Winnemucca is paradise.

Rogich: Ukraine may make China hesitant to invade Taiwan

"The Chinese have to look at what happens here to Russia in the eyes of the world and think twice about Taiwan."

Tuesday, June 7

Lyon County legal - 24881

Notice of Sale - Real Property

Carson City legal - 24898

Resolution to Augment Budget

Carson City legal - 24897

Resolution to Augment Budget

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Resolution to Augment Budget

Carson City legal - 24849

Notice of Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 24678

Resolution to Augment Budget

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Annual Statement

Carson City legal - 24832

Notice of Application

Carson City legal - 24870

Public Announcement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

Carson City lands bill has U.S. Senate hearing

The bill would transfer 258 acres of federal land to Carson City to mitigate wildfire and flood dangers, improve transportation and access to outdoor recreation areas.

Reception for artist Claire Pasquier in Carson City on Friday

The Capital City Arts Initiative’s exhibition, Moiré, presents Claire Pasquier’s perceptions and reactions to our lives being played out on the big screen.

Carson High welcomes new composter and plant nursery

Chanting “three, two, one, worms!” the Greenhouse Project cut the ribbon on a new composter and native plant nursery at Carson High School.

Area code needed for all phone calls starting July 16

The change was mandated by the Federal Communications Commission to enable the launch of the 988 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

California killing cited in Vegas-area bikers shooting

A shooting authorities say involved motorcycle gang members on a Henderson freeway may have been retaliation for the killing of a man several weeks ago in Southern California.

Monday, June 6

Lawmakers asked to address ‘unreasonable’ library charges

Carson City Library Board chair asks lawmakers to help do something about the unreasonable amounts electronic publishers are charging public libraries.

Get Healthy Carson City: Summer is hot for pets, too!

While enjoying the weather, have you considered how the heat may impact your furry friends? Chances are, if you are feeling hot, your pet is, too!

Legalizing pot didn’t eliminate street dealers, study says

The head of Nevada’s Cannabis Compliance Board says he agrees with a Canadian university study that legalization of recreational marijuana use didn’t eliminate the illegal dealers.

Carson City Toyota sponsors RSVP 4th of July fireworks

Toyota donated $9,000. The dealership also is offering 3D firework glasses, which can be picked up at 2590 S Carson St., starting June 13 through July 3.

Hearing set on Nevada Solar Access Program

The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada has scheduled a June 9 hearing on the 2019 Legislature’s bill expanding the Solar Access Program.

Letters to the Editor for June 4, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published June 4, 2022.

Wild horse, burro adoption in Carson City June 11

The animals receive at least 120 days of training as part of this inmate training program.

Nevada will divest $89M in firearms company investments

Nevada will divest investments valued at $89 million in companies that profit from the manufacture or sale of assault-style weapons, state treasurer Zach Conine announced Thursday. The decision adds the state to the list of those that have exempted firearm businesses from their portfolios in recent years.

Sunday, June 5

Trina Machacek: The safety in silence

First let me tell you the incident was not my fault.

Eaglemark Savings Bank donates $10,000 to CASA of Carson City

Eaglemark Savings Bank presented a check in the amount of $10,000 to CASA of Carson City through its Community Reinvestment Act program.

Carson City Symphony pops party concert June 12

The Carson City Symphony’s 2022 annual pops party concert will be held on Sunday, June 12 at 6 p.m. at the Capital Amphitheater,

Rosen urges giving legal cannabis businesses access to SBA loans

Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., on Friday sent a letter asking the appropriations committee to give legal, licensed cannabis businesses access to Small Business Administration loans.

Lacy J. Dalton sets area performances

Lacy J. Dalton will perform July 7 in Minden; in Reno on July 9; in Virginia City on July 24; and in Fallon on Sept. 9.

Kelly Bullis: No tax on home sales? Not so fast

Don’t you just love our American tax system? So simple and straight forward. (Can you see my tongue in my cheek?)

Faith & Insight: 1,989 years and counting

1,989 years ago, give or take a few years, you were born. And the events of your birthday give you a living, active, beautiful faith.

Carson schools seek donations for Jump Start program

The Carson City Schools Foundation is asking community donors to help “Sponsor a Student” for the Jump Start College program.

Saturday, June 4

Carson City birth announcements for May 20 to 25, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for May 20 to 25, 2022

Jim Hartman: Mass shootings: Young men, guns and mental illness

The proliferation of mass shootings reflect deeper problems than gun laws can fix.

Carson City road report for June 6 to 12, 2022

Carson City road report for June 6 to 12, 2022.

Carson High Class of 2022 graduation: ‘Fun, intense, surreal’

On a brisk Saturday morning, graduates entered Carson High School’s gym for their group photo while the band welcomed guests with a series of musical performances including the traditional “Pomp and Circumstance,” “Star Spangled Banner” and “Affirmation” as the recessional. Principal Bob Chambers recognized senior class achievements, and Carson City school board members presented diplomas.

Carson Valley Medical Center gets grant for ultrasound equipment

The grant is part of a $4.2 million initiative to help rural, frontier and urban hospitals and health centers across Nevada provide better ultrasound imaging services.

Best of Carson City final voting runs through June 26

You nominated, now it is time to vote for the Best of Carson City. Final voting for the Nevada Appeal’s annual Best of Carson City awards runs through Sunday, June 26.

Jim Valentine: Today’s time and money variables

There are many items related to financial and time components of the transaction that are beyond the control of either party these days.

Past Pages for June 4 to 7, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Retiring Carson City school employees honored

Forty-two employees who have worked a collective 853 years with the Carson City School District will retire this year.

Roger Diez: Busy weekend has 3 first-time winners

Sunday was one of the busiest of the season, with Formula 1 and IndyCar in their most famous races and NASCAR Cup in its longest.

Friday, June 3

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Application

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Adoption Notice

Carson City legal - 24714

Annual Statement

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Hearing

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Annual Statement

Carson City legal - 24716

Notice of Public Hearing

Senator Square: Carson High School Class of 2022 celebrate sunset and yearbooks

From their Senior Sunrise in September 2021 to their Senior Sunset June 1, the Class of 2022 has reached the end of their Carson City School District journey.

Carson City’s Chi Duong wins bronze at World Taekwondo

Duong, 73, competed against 10 others from around the world and earned his medal despite being the oldest competitor in his age group.

Douglas, Carson sending eight to underclassmen all-star game

Eight underclassmen selected for 2022 Class 5A All-Star Game

The Northern Nevada Baseball Coaches Association will be hosting its underclassmen all-star game Monday, June 6 at 5 p.m. at Bishop Manogue High School early next week.

Kate Johnson: Macaroni salad recipe is easy to adapt to tastes (recipe)

"With summer coming up and more and more social gatherings taking place, I thought it would be a good recipe to share"

Carson City’s Holiday With a Hero awards scholarships

Carson High's Jennifer Acosta and Danielle Van Dusen and Pioneer High's Hailee Olson are recipients of the organization’s first scholarships.

Parking to be limited near Carson City primary polling location this weekend

Early voting continues at the Carson City Community Center through June 10th. Park Rangers and parking attendants will be on site to direct parking. Approximately 100 parking spaces on the east side of the building will be designated for voters, as well as the convenience of a ballot drop box for mail in ballots. With the Nevada State Fair, theater performances, safe graduation, and other park activities scheduled, parking may be limited.

NFL stars commit to American Century Championship at Lake Tahoe

Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs and Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills will play in the American Century Championship at Lake Tahoe, July 6-10.

53 Carson High seniors earn $5.1 million in scholarships

Many applications have been extended, so the overall total in scholarships may be significantly higher than what is represented as of May 19.

Thursday, June 2

Artist reception Sunday for Carson City’s Adam Whitney

Adam Whitney’s new art exhibition focusing on the themes of acceptance and healing is open at The Brewery Arts Center’s Artisan Gallery.

‘You are ready,’ Pioneer Academy grads are told

Pioneer Academy’s Class of 2022 celebrated 28 graduates in the Carson City Community Center Bob Boldrick Theater on Wednesday.

Carson City supervisors prep for the 2023 Legislature

Nevada Association of Counties Executive Director Vinson Guthreau visited the Board of Supervisors to outline how NACO is protecting Carson City interests.

Gardnerville man arrested on multiple child porn charges

Daniel Phillips, 61, was arrested Wednesday on multiple charges of possessing child pornography.

PUCN schedules public hearing on NV Energy disaster plan

A PUCN spokesman said that would increase the average monthly residential bill for electric customers by 69 cents in Northern Nevada.

Lombardo blames judges, Legislature for crime rate

A "soft judiciary" system in Nevada and the Legislature's sweeping criminal reform legislation of 2021 are hampering efforts to fight crime, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said.

Carson City inmates turn their tassels through WNC

Six inmates at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City graduated with their welding certification through Western Nevada College.

Wednesday, June 1

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Notice to Creditors

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Amended Notice of Consumer Session

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Notice of Hearing

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Amended Notice of Consumer Session & Notice of Hearing

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Amended Notice of Consumer Session & Notice of Hearing

Dennis Cassinelli: Nevada’s Central Pacific Railroad

The completion of the Nevada portion of the Central Pacific Railroad was celebrated with the driving of the golden spike near Promontory Point, Utah in May 1869.

Baltimore sues Dayton gunmaker as state ban begins

The suit alleges Polymer80 undermines firearms laws by providing kits and parts without serial numbers to buyers who do not undergo background checks.

Joe Santoro: Running backs will save Pack quarterback

Nevada is among the 13 Division I teams with the worst quarterback situation in the entire country, according to ESPN.

Gardnerville man, former NHP trooper, dies in wreck

A celebration of Danny Lopez’s life is 5 p.m. Friday at Jethro’s Oven & Grill 1281 Kimmerling Road, Gardnerville.

Nevada State Fair rolls into Carson City June 2-5

There is no entry fee to visit the fair, but an unlimited ride wristband is $35, and more ticket options will be available at fair kiosks.

Dogs banned on 2 trails in Carson City

Dogs are no longer permitted on the Waterfall Trail or the North Kings Loop Trail to better protect Kings Creek, a source of Carson City’s drinking water.

Oasis Academy graduates 36

When Lisa Swan arrived at Oasis Academy College Prep seven years ago, she saw the group of sixth graders and knew greatness awaited them.

Bulletin Board: Stop by the Churchill County Library in June to take advantage of its activities for all ages

Bulletin Board: Stop by the Churchill County Library in June to take advantage of its activities for all ages

Entries for 8th annual de Golyer rodeo event close June 25

The eighth annual de Golyer Bucking Horse and Bull Bash rodeo event is accepting entries until June 20. The event is June 25 at the county fairgrounds with gates opening at 5 p.m. followed by the rodeo at 6 p.m.

Lyon commission reprioritizes ARPA funds in 4-1 vote

County Manager Jeff Page cited a federal requirement to establish a legitimate courthouse to hold jury trials for domestic abuse cases.

Past Pages for June 1 to 3, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Voting in Churchill County

The primary will be held June 14. Early voting for the primary runs from Saturday and ends June 10. The polls will be closed Memorial Day.

Jeanette Strong: Safe, legal and rare

“Our vision should be of an America where abortion is safe and legal but rare.” President Bill Clinton, Jan. 22, 1993 With the recently leaked U.S. Supreme Court memo on Roe v. Wade, abortion rights have become big news. Understanding the background of this complex issue should be helpful.

Bighorn News: Oasis valedictorians reflect on their years at Oasis

Oasis Academy College Prep prides itself on preparing students for the rigorous curriculum they will face at college and offering an opportunity to get a jump start on college through dual enrollment classes.

Adult ed students balance life in their hands, including education

Graduates of the Churchill County School District’s Adult Education Diploma Program were told by several speakers at their May 26 ceremony not to stop believing in themselves both now and in the future.

Did you say Cadillacs or cataracts?

Watson here. I was so excited last week when my mom mentioned she was getting Cadillacs. I could just image myself riding in the upmost luxury on a comfortable, full-sized back seat. I was sure there is a built-in bone bar, too. Well, the dream was shattered when I realized she said cataracts not Cadillacs.

Silver Springs native supports TOPGUN while serving with Naval Air Station Fallon

A Silver Springs native is serving with Naval Air Station Fallon supporting TOPGUN aviators at the Navy’s premier tactical air warfare training center.

WNC Jump Start program helps Sorensen see her future

Oasis student finds the first semester the most challenging

Time management, flexibility and a sense of accomplishment are all reasons that Western Nevada College’s Jump Start program made it enjoyable for Oasis Academy’s Kailyn Sorensen.

Oasis students earn honors for Tech Express

WNC course, mobile lab prepare students to become first high schoolers in state to receive certification

Leah Bake and Donovan May of Oasis Academy College Prep are the first two SACA-certified high school students in Nevada to receive training for a special honor in Western Nevada College’s unique Tech Express mobile lab.

Carson school board renews distance education program

The Carson City school board recently approved an application to the state for renewal of the district’s distance education program through 2025.