Stories for March 2022


Thursday, March 31

UNR students compete in annual Mining Games

The games began in 1978 to honor and remember the fallen miners of the Sunshine Mine Disaster.

Cops looking for distracted drivers beginning April 1

Nevada traffic enforcement agencies will be on the hunt in the two weeks beginning Friday, April 1 for distracted drivers.

Extension offers free virtual gardening classes in April

Extension's Grow Your Own, Nevada! program will livestream eight classes to help Nevadans grow and preserve more of their own food.

Viva Las Vegas: F1 adds Strip as it expands to 3 U.S. stops

It's been 40 years since Formula One last ventured into Sin City for back-to-back Las Vegas races staged in the parking lot of the Caesars Palace hotel.

Nevada gun manufacturer's license revoked after lawsuit

The revocation comes after a lawsuit that alleged the Justice Department didn't conduct proper oversight before issuing the license.

Parent company of Carson City stores sells to private equity firm

Los Angeles-based Kingswood Capital Management LP has acquired the Save Mart Companies.

Strip drives record win for Nevada casinos

Nevada casinos reported their 12th consecutive billion-dollar month in February.

Wednesday, March 30

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Notice of Trustee Property Sale

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Hearing

Take down tobacco: Jokers who gamble with people’s lives

April 1 marks the 27th year of “Take Down Tobacco,” a national day to empower communities and people to rally together to stand up and speak out against the tobacco industry.

UPDATE: Driver charge with murder of Naomi Irion

On Tuesday, March 29, 2022 Investigators from the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office along with a Detective from the Lyon County Sheriff’s office responded to a remote part of Churchill County following a tip regarding the disappearance of Naomi Irion.

Fernley kidnapping suspect makes first court appearance

Bail had been set at $750,000 after Troy Driver's Friday arrest and a judge in Lyon County left it unchanged during a brief court hearing Wednesday.

Joe Santoro: A pivotal offseason for Steve Alford

The Wolf Pack men’s basketball team now looks like your grocery store’s toilet paper shelf during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vegas' Station Casinos sued over pandemic jobs right-to-return

Culinary Union officials said the civil lawsuit alleges "flagrant violation" by Station Casinos of a state "right to return" law.

Memorial to fallen Navy crew members re-dedicated

Antisubmarine helicopter crashed west of Sand Mountain in 1978

On a cool, early spring day east of Fallon, a Navy helicopter hovered over the barren desert conducting a routine combat search and rescue exercise.

Churchill County Republican Central Committee sold out its annual Lincoln Day Dinner

The Churchill County Republican Central Committee sold out its annual Lincoln Day Dinner this year at the Fallon Convention Center.

UPDATE: Homicide suspect located, no longer at large

A 58-year-old homicide suspect who was the subject of a manhunt in a rural area along Interstate 80 in northern Nevada has been located.

Bulletin Board: Community invited to dedication, ribbon-cutting for Cottage School

All are welcome to join Churchill County leadership for a dedication and ribbon-cutting for the middle building of the Cottage School, the new home of Parks & Recreation’s after-school CARE program, on Thursday from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Exhibit features correspondence revealing how war changes lives, families, communities

Highlighting private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history, a new exhibition, War Comes Home: The Legacy, opens April 5 at the Churchill County Museum.

Wickware named CCMS principal

The Churchill County School Board appointed at its last meeting Robert Wickware as the new principal of Churchill County Middle School.

Hearts of Gold Quilting Club

Western Nevada College welcomes the quilts of Hearts of Gold Quilters through April 15 in the Fallon Campus Gallery. The public is invited to view this beautiful exhibit during gallery hours, Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Nevada Traveler: Glimpses of early Reno found in the Powning’s addition neighborhood

In recent years, more and more attention is being paid to a Reno neighborhood known as Powning’s addition. Directly west of downtown Reno and north of the Truckee River (roughly bordered by Keystone Avenue, Commercial Row, Arlington Avenue and Riverside Drive), the area contains some of the community’s most historically significant structures.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Jacob Pike

Oasis basketball games wouldn’t have been the same without senior Jacob Pike. Pike’s memorable dunks got the crowd cheering and team hyped. It makes sense that playing on the basketball team is also Jacob’s favorite memory of his time at Oasis.

WNC News and Notes: Fallon commencement ceremony set for May 26

Western Nevada College is pleased to honor its 2022 graduates with the personal experience of the Parade of Graduates drive-through ceremony. For the third straight year, WNC is planning three ceremonies, including Thursday, May 26 on the Fallon campus.

Wave splits vs. Tahoe, Truckee to conclude crossover play

Fallon travels to Fernley to begin 3A East schedule

The Greenwave baseball team stopped a three-game skid by winning in walkoff fashion. Fallon, which lost to North Valleys last weekend, fell to South Tahoe, 7-4, on Friday before winning in the final at-bat in the eighth inning over Truckee, 5-4, on Saturday at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex.

Lady Wave completes 3A West sweep; Fallon travels to Fernley

The Lady Wave softball team completed its sweep over the 3A West before going 1-5 in the annual Reed tournament over the weekend.

Carson City couple spends 10 days in Ukraine helping refugees

Jon Staab and Lidia Karasinska got to see firsthand what “no man’s land” looks like between checkpoints along the Ukraine-Poland border.

Fallon sweeps North Valleys, Hug in tri-meet

After competing in the Carson Aqua 5 earlier this month, the Greenwave boys and girls swimming team faced a pair of North Reno schools in its first tri-meet of the season at Truckee on March 18.

Past Pages for March 30 to April 1, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

McAlexander wins 2 events, Lady Wave finishes 6th at Reed invite

Fallon senior McCartney McAlexander continued her quest to dominate the 3A field by winning two events and placing second in two more as Fallon competed in the annual two-day Reed-Sparks Rotary Invitational last weekend at Reed High School.

Sports briefs: Several winter athletes named to academic all-state team

Ten basketball players were named to the NIAA’s all-state academic team, which includes those who earned an unweighted 4.0 grade-point average last fall.

Churchill County and Oasis Academy high school prep sports from March 31-April 6

The following schedule is for Churchill County and Oasis Academy high school prep sports from March 31-April 6. Dates and times are subject to change. Oasis Academy’s home softball games are played at the East Richards field and lacrosse games are at the county regional park. Both CCHS and Oasis Academy’s golf teams play their home tournaments at the Fallon Golf Course.

Togo’s returns to region; Carson possible expansion site

The chain opened 2 shops in Southern Nevada last year and Northern Nevada presents an opportunity for Togo’s to expand its footprint in the state.

Tuesday, March 29

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Advertisement for Bids

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Notice of Hearing

Ask the Dog Trainer: Proper rewards when potty training

With a combination of scheduling and supervision, your potty training woes will be a thing of the past.

Nevada senators call for infrastructure money for West

They pointed out the funding will create rural jobs, address conservation needs and reduce fuels.

Carson Valley Quilt Guild donates handmade quilt to first baby born on National Quilting Day

Luke Cooley, born at 2:09 a.m., weighing 6 pounds and 13 ounces, was the lucky recipient of the multi-colored quilt.

Sisolak names first public health resource officer

The position was created during the 2021 Legislature to analyze the state’s existing public health infrastructure and make recommendations.

Letters to the Editor for March 26, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal

Carson City summer concert series announces schedule

The free concerts will take place each Saturday from June 25 to Aug. 27.

Monday, March 28

Jim Hartman: Off and running for governor

A gubernatorial field of candidates that includes 15 Republicans and two Democrats marked the close of filing March 18.

NIAA talks changes in latest Board of Control meeting

The Nevada Interscholastic Athletic Association had a Board of Control meeting Tuesday where it discussed the potential of a handful of changes around the prep sports environment.

WinterWonderGrass comes back to Tahoe April 1-3

After two years of postponement, the 3-day festival will take place at Palisades Tahoe starting on Friday, April 1.

Fernley kidnapping suspect due in court Wednesday

A Fallon man charged with kidnapping is expected to appear in court on March 30.

Carson City fire doing prescribed burn in Lakeview area

The Carson City Fire Department will conduct wildland fuels reduction prescribed burn operations beginning Monday

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Carson High, Pioneer Academy to host vaccination clinics April 6

12th graders enrolling in Nevada public, private and charter schools must have a dose of MCV4 (meningococcal) vaccine on or after their 16th birthday.

Trina Machacek: It’s all right to be all wrong

I am finally OK with being all right about being all wrong on the amount of spring cleaning I will do or not do this year.

Carson City Fire battalion chief retires after 34 years

Scott Baker has known since he was a little kid that he wanted to be a firefighter.

Sunday, March 27

Chas Macquarie: Blame the market not Biden for high oil prices

The oil companies produce oil and gas based on economic factors, not administration policy.

Titus: Redistricting created ‘worst district’ in Nevada

"This is the worst district in the state. After having been the best district, it is now the worst."

6-week sculpture workshop offered in Carson City

The Brewery Arts Center is adding a sculpture class by partnering with master sculptor Debbie Corona of the Carson Valley Mobile Art Center.

Cortez Masto introduces bill to catch human traffickers

Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., and John Cornyn, R-Texas, have introduced legislation designed to help airports and other transportation centers catch human traffickers.

Jim Valentine: Competing with your offer

We know that you will buy the right property at the right time, but we just don’t always know what it is until we’ve reached that point.

Faith & Insight: Father God loves you

Father God loves you. If there are areas of your life that need to be changed, seek Jesus and welcome the power of the Holy Spirit to make the changes.

Nevada adds 6,300 jobs as hospitality continues recovery

More than half the jobs, 3,400, were in the hard-hit sector that supports Nevada’s tourism and gambling industry.

Saturday, March 26

Goldhardt explains withdrawal from superintendent negotiation

Carson City School District superintendent candidate Dr. John Goldhardt on Friday announced he was rejecting the school board’s original contract. On Saturday he submitted a letter providing in detail the reasons for withdrawing his candidacy.

Guy Farmer: Double standards for justices

As I watched and listened to President Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, African-American Federal Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown-Jackson, testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, I was struck by the stark contrast between how Republican senators treated Jackson, and how Democratic senators treated ex-President Trump’s nominees, Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett, who now serve on the high court.

Carson City road report for March 28 to April 3, 2022

Carson City road report for March 28 to April 3, 2022

Two Carson High HOSA students take state

McKenna Budd took state for Clinical Nursing and Alicia Cortes Solis for Cultural Diversities and Disparities in health care.

Feedback sought for U.S. 50 Tahoe east shore traffic plan

Information booths March 30 to April 2 will gather feedback on concepts for traffic improvements to U.S. Highway 50 on Lake Tahoe’s East Shore.

Kelly Bullis: Understanding dependent care credit

First qualification, you must be gainfully employed. Second, your child must be under 13 years old.

Past Pages for March 26 to 29, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City's Goni Canyon trail good for warming up the legs

This spot is a brushy area in the middle of a neighborhood on the north end of Carson City.

Roger Diez: Fields much smaller by end of weekend’s races

Last weekend’s word in racing circles was “attrition” with large portions of the NASCAR Cup, IndyCar, and IMSA fields failing to finish.

Vegas jury awards $8M to man served cleaning solution at casino

The special education teacher sued after being permanently injured when he was served cleaning solvents instead of tap beer at a casino bar.

Friday, March 25

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Change of Name

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Sale of Property

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Carson class completes Trout in the Classroom program

The Trout in the Classroom program is an environmental education program in which students raise trout from eggs to fry and release them at the swim up stage.

Fallon man arrested in missing Fernley woman’s case

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release Friday afternoon it has taken into custody a suspect in the March 12 disappearance of Naomi Irion.

Senator Square: Carson High performing arts show must go on

News and notes from Carson High School.

Goldhardt rejects contract, withdraws from Carson City superintendent position

Dr. John Goldhardt, candidate for Carson City School District superintendent, on Friday rejected the Carson City School Board’s original contract and withdrew his application for the position.

Rotary Club of Carson City hosts student speech contest

Carson High School Senior Jessica Knutson won the Rotary Club of Carson City’s Speech Contest this week.

Sisolak commits $160M to child care during WNC visit

The governor announced he would devote $160 million in federal funds toward decreasing costs of child care and supporting child care facilities.

Nevada hits 10,000-death threshold in coronavirus pandemic

The Nevada Hospital Association reported that hospitalizations continue to decline.

Ken Beaton: ‘All the heroes are buried in cemeteries’

March 29 is National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

Election races on for Carson City supervisor, clerk-recorder

There are two candidates for Ward 1 supervisor, three for Ward 3 supervisor, and three for clerk-recorder.

Thursday, March 24

Nevada Guard to end its COVID response mission April 1

At 700 days and 1,139 guardsmen and women deployed at its April 2020 peak, Lt. Emerson Marcus said it was the largest and longest deployment in Nevada Guard history.

Luxury apartment complex breaks ground in Carson City

Kingsbarn Capital & Development is beginning construction on a 140-unit “garden-style” multifamily development on Little Lane.

2 judges win approval for federal court in Nevada

Former Clark County District Court Judge Cristina Silva and University of Nevada, Las Vegas law school professor Anne Traum were cleared by the Senate.

Unvaccinated state workers won't have to pay COVID test charge

The Public Employee Benefits Program voted to eliminate the proposed surcharge intended to make unvaccinated state workers pay for their weekly COVID tests.

Update: Lyon County investigators identify car in Naomi Irion case

LCSO is seeking information on a vehicle possibly involved in the disappearance of Naomi Irion, who went missing on March 12 from the Fernley Walmart parking lot.

Carson City closing Sonoma Park for 4 weeks

Sonoma Park will be closed from Monday, March 28 to Friday, April 22 for seasonal maintenance and repairs.

Washoe County rejects paper ballots, deputies at vote sites

"Despite the fact we all think they are great, hand-counting of ballots every single time produces more error than machines."

Amodei, Tarkanian agree to debate in Republican primary

Nevada's 2nd U.S. House District Rep. Mark Amodei and Republican primary-election rival Danny Tarkanian have agreed to a debate.

Wednesday, March 23

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Pre-Hearing Conference

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Notice of Report on Expanded Solar Access Program

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Pre-Hearing Conference

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Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks suspects in gasoline thefts

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is attempting identify suspects in gasoline thefts that occurred in Carson City on March 17.

State tax collections running ahead of predictions

Through the first six to eight months of this fiscal year, actual state tax collections are running well above what the Economic Forum predicted.

Miners escape Senators late in win

Bishop Manogue was able to squeak out a 4-3 win over Carson High in Carson Tuesday to hand the Senators a league loss.

Senators use fifth inning to rout Bishop Manogue

After a busy first inning, Carson High and Bishop Manogue softball traded scoreless innings through the second, third and fourth before the Seantors’ broke the game open.

Government agencies join outdoor recreation agreement

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said the agreement is a huge victory for all Nevada families and visitors.

Michelle Palmer: Meet the leek, a cousin of onion and garlic (recipe)

Leeks look like giant green onions and can stand in for onions in many dishes.

Joe Santoro: Deonte Burton > Grant Sherfield (for now)

It is almost impossible to tell the two great Nevada Wolf Pack point guards apart.

Sisolak wants to study free community college in Nevada

Gov. Steve Sisolak has set aside $5 million to find ways to make community college and apprenticeship training programs free for more Nevadans.

NSP releases report on killed Fallon pedestrian

The Nevada State Police has released its preliminary investigation on an automobile crash that killed a Fallon man on March 9.

Carson City School Board: Confusing contract negotiation lacked ‘kids first attitude’

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees voted to deny the terms of a proposed superintendent contract with New Hampshire candidate John Goldhardt on Tuesday with a directive for board President Richard Varner to return to him with the original proposal.

Tanner assumes command of NAS Fallon

Morrison retied after 36 years in both the Air National Guard and Navy

Capt. Shane Tanner, a 24-year military veteran, became Naval Air Station Fallon’s 34th commander during a change of command ceremony Friday.

Filing ends for Churchill County, statewide offices

Churchill County voters will decide winners of three county-related races and also determine their top picks for the general elections from a full slate of statewide races based on candidate filings that ended Friday.

State encourages school districts to pursue Medicaid repayments

Only eight of Nevada’s 17 counties are seeking Medicaid funding for student health services.

Prices remain consistent at Fallon All Breeds Bull Sale

Cattlemen from a five-state area attended the 56th Fallon All Breeds Bull Sale in February to either sell or purchase featured range-ready bulls ranging in age from 16 to 24 months.

Past Pages for March 23 to 25, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Bulletin Board: Upcoming events around Churchill County

At their first meeting of the month of March 9, the Churchill County School District trustees took action on the following agenda items.

Jeanette Strong: ‘Never again’: Just empty words?

“For decades, world leaders bowed their heads at war memorials across Europe and solemnly proclaimed: ‘Never again.’ The time has come to prove those were not empty words. Russia has unleashed war in Europe out of hateful expansionism. History will judge each one of us later on how we faced this evil.” Dmytro Kuleba, Ukrainian foreign minister, March 7, 2022

Fallon suffers 1st loss of season

The Greenwave baseball team sandwiched a win in between losses to Douglas and North Valleys as it wrapped up the 3A crossover portion of the schedule this weekend.

Lady Wave wins home opener on walkoff home run

The Lady Wave softball team didn’t disappoint in its home opener Saturday.

Lady Wave finishes 3rd behind McAlexander’s 3 titles

Senior McCartney McAlexander won both hurdle events and the shot put to lead Fallon to a third-place finish in Saturday’s Elks Invitational at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex.

Nevada Guard’s Best Warriors emerge during state contest, earn tickets to Guam

Staff Sgt. Keahi Granstrom, a motor transport operator in the 1864th Transportation Co., and Sgt. Bryan Brown, a combat engineer in the 609th Engineer Co., emerged as the top noncommissioned officer and soldier in the state respectively during the three-day Best Warrior contest that concluded March 17 at the Hawthorne Army Depot.

Bighorn Bulletin: Pi Day Fun

Classes were encouraged to create an informative and fun poem about pi to help celebrate Pi Day on March 14 (3.14).

Keep looking to the sunny side of life

Watson here, and I woke up this morning with my tummy grumbling and my dish was empty. Both dad and mom were sleeping. What gives? Twice a year this happens with daylight savings time and it takes awhile to get my folks into the routine again.

Carson City school addition on track to open in August

Eagle Valley Middle School’s new building, with STEM, Career and Technical Education and music facilities, is about 75% complete and is expected to open in August.

Newspaper Carrier Position – Part Time – Routes in Gardnerville, Genoa, and Minden

Newspaper Carrier Position – Part Time – Routes in Gardnerville, Genoa, and Minden

Tuesday, March 22

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Report on Expanded Solar Access Program Plan

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Notice of Pre-Hearing Conference

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Intent to Dispose of Real Property

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Notice of Lien Sale

Problems at prisons, child services blamed on staff shortages

Lawmakers were pointedly reminded the state is not competitive in pay and benefits for many positions.

Torcaso, Ackerson perform March 26 in Carson City

Carson City’s Brewery Arts Center will host Gia Torcaso and Joel Ackerson as part of the Musicale@TheMaizie series.

Authorities renew plea for help to find missing Fernley woman

Naomi Christine Irion was active on social media and her cellphone right before she was believed to be abducted.

Advocates see landscape toll of Nevada green energy projects

For activists, renewable energy projects that aim to curb the planet's warming also come with a heavy price of killing species.

Collins, Mello commit to college volleyball

Tigers sign with NAIA schools in same conference

Marin Collins and Riley Mello both said they’ll remain each other’s best friends after they graduate from Douglas High School.

Living With Fire developing wildfire curriculum for Nevada high schools

The curriculum includes training and materials for teachers to include wildfire education in their classes.

State sets water workshops for Smith and Mason valleys

A spokesman said the workshops will address current groundwater conditions and concerns over drought.

Carson City appropriates $8 million for infrastructure projects

The city will fund work on the water treatment plant, sewer extension, safe routes to school, a new fire station and emergency operations center, and William Street.

Monday, March 21

Children’s theater brings ‘Dear Edwina, Jr.’ to Carson City

Wild Horse Children’s Theater presents “Dear Edwina, Jr.” at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall on April 1-3 and April 8-10.

Autopsy: Cocaine, PCP found in driver in Vegas wreck that killed 9

A vehicle computer showed the Dodge Challenger sped up from 90 mph to 103 mph five seconds before entering the intersection against a red traffic signal.

Sisolak issues statement opposing prosecution in racist taunts

He said if there was a trial, “it would, provide this small minority of Nevadans more opportunity to spew their vile.”

GOP leader calls for Nevada Legislature to meet on gas tax

Senate Minority Leader James Settelmeyer says if the U.S. government temporarily suspends the federal gas tax, Nevada law will block drivers from seeing any relief.

Nevada pandemic bankruptcies lower than Great Recession

In 2021, there were 7,000 bankruptcy filings in Nevada. That's the lowest yearly number since 5,500 filings were made in 2006.

Nevada Urban Indians’ Carson City clinic expands services

The satellite clinic in Carson City is expanding hours and services with medical care, mental health counseling, and prevention education.

JoAnne Skelly: How wrong is this?

It is unfortunate that we do not have a sufficient snow pack to completely recharge our aquifers, lakes and reservoirs.

Fallon woman arrested in fatal crash

A Fallon woman was arrested Saturday in the death of her passenger as a result of a crash on Interstate 80.

State funds CDL program at Western Nevada College

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has approved a $400,000 grant to fund the CDL training program at Western Nevada College.

Jim Valentine: Earnest money deposits

When entering a real estate transaction, you will find yourself being asked how much of an earnest money deposit you want to make.

Tarkanian challenges Rep. Mark Amodei for seat in Congress

Republican Douglas County Commissioner Danny Tarkanian said he filed for Rep. Mark Amodei's seat

Lyon detectives release video from disappearance of Naomi Irion

On Saturday, Lyon County detectives released video from the Fernley Walmart that shows a man they believe was involved in Naomi Irion’s March 12 disappearance.

Vietnam veterans remembrances set in Carson City, Reno

The annual National Vietnam War Veterans Day ceremony in Carson City is scheduled for March 26 at 5 p.m., at Mills Park.

Eagle Valley Golf Course reflects on record-breaking 2021

Revenue was at its highest since DGM took over in 2017, reaching over $2 million, but staffing hit its lowest.

Sunday, March 20

Capital City Community Band awards scholarships

The Capital City Community Band awarded its first Richard Doede Capital City Community Band scholarships.

Trina Machacek: The surprise and magic of 10 bucks

I wonder? What’s the largest amount of money you have ever found?

Self-paced, late-start classes open at Western Nevada College

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

Carson City restaurant names Tony Schafer executive chef

The yet-to-open Nashville Social Club has named Tony Schafer as executive chef.

Faces of Carson: Waterman is proud of city’s sense of community

With roots deep in Carson City, Jamie Waterman has never even considered starting or raising her family anywhere else.

Kelly Bullis: Passing out some of your estate BEFORE you die

Anybody can give any amount to anybody else.

Faith & Insight: Spectators who pray and act

Let’s help the Ukrainian people get through this disaster and back on their feet.

3 Carson City restaurants offer reusable takeout containers

So Juicy, Squeeze In, and The Union are running pilot program offering customers a reusable container option for take-out orders.

Saturday, March 19

Carson City birth announcements for March 4 to 10, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for March 4 to 10, 2022

Kerri Finn named Pioneer classified employee of year

Kerri Finn has earned the award of classified employee of the year for Pioneer Academy

Guy Farmer: President Biden's war on fossil fuels

Drill baby, drill! Drill for Ukraine.

Man convicted of 7 dog torture-killings eligible for parole

A man convicted of torturing, killing and dismembering seven dogs is eligible for possible release years earlier than originally believed.

Carson City road report for March 21 to 27, 2022

Carson City road report for March 21 to 27, 2022

Carson City’s Canyon White playing 8-day week

The singer-songwriter is in high demand with the pandemic slowing down.

Cortez Masto, Grassley introduce bill to invest in local police departments

The funding will help those agencies invest in training, equipment, mental health support and recruitment efforts.

Senator Square: The few, the proud, the Carson High School substitute teachers

As every teacher knows, education is a calling, first, and a career, second. At the high school level, imagine having to interact with 150 to 175 students or more every other day. Well, for the regular classroom teacher this can be challenging, but in the first couple weeks of school a relationship develops, and the names of students are solidified.

Ask Dirk: What should I know about system maintenance?

People have asked if annual maintenance was really necessary, and the simple answer is yes, it is.

Past Pages for March 19 to 22, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Dream come true: Carson's Boldry joined Guard in deal with daughters

With March being Women’s History Month, Lt. Col. Laura Boldry looked back at her service in the Nevada Army National Guard.

Roger Diez: Changing of the NASCAR guard?

Last Sunday’s NASCAR Cup race at Phoenix saw the fourth different winner of 2022.

Friday, March 18

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Jim Hartman: Biden signals weakness to Putin

It’s past time for resolute action.

Election 2022: Races develop on last day of filing for Carson City Board of Supervisor seats

Races develop on last day of filing for Carson City Board of Supervisor seats

Nevada UI administrator named to national board

Nancy St. Clair has been named to the National Association of State Workforce Agencies board.

Carson City golf tourney benefits Holiday with a Hero scholarship

All net proceeds will benefit the Holiday with a Hero scholarship, which will be awarded to a student who has participated in the annual $100 shopping spree.

Rebecca Allen named Pioneer Academy certified employee of year

Rebecca Allen is being honored by her peers as the 2022 Certified Employee of the Year from Pioneer Academy.

Kidnapping suspect arrested on I-80 east of Fernley

Davon Robinson-Bowls, 20, of Kansas City, Missouri faces 11 criminal counts.

Carson school superintendent pact goes before trustees

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday will discuss a proposed superintendent contract with John Goldhardt.

State awards tax abatements to 6 companies to invest $164 million

The companies are required to invest $164 million in capital improvements, create 750 new jobs and pay an average hourly wage of $25.17.

Carson City open burning starts Saturday

Spring open burning will open in Carson City on Saturday, March 19.

Thursday, March 17

Treasurer spells out Nevada housing response at White House

“This week we were able to show the White House how we are using every tool available to us in Nevada to build more affordable housing as quickly as possible."

Carson City Juvenile Services struggles with outdated building

At the Board of Supervisors meeting, Chief of Juvenile Services Ali Banister posed an ambitious request. She needs a new building.

Sisolak forms team to deal with extreme summer heat in Nevada

The team’s challenge will be to identify threats and potential solutions to help policymakers deal with the issue.

Kate Johnson: Tofu and vegetables with black bean sauce (recipe)

Homemade black bean sauce will take quick, simple meals and raise them up to a whole new level.

Gardnerville man pleads guilty to grabbing woman on flight

Daniel A. Parkhurst pleaded guilty to one count of interference with a flight crew and one count of assault on an aircraft.

Storm bringing winds, possible snow to Carson City

A storm forecast to arrive Saturday with gusty winds and precipitation will also drop temperatures

Sisolak names Stout director of Office of Federal Assistance

“I have made increasing federal funding into Nevada one of my key priorities,” Gov. Steve Sisolak said.

Nye County commissioners endorse hand count, paper ballots

Nye County commissioners say they want paper votes counted by hand during primary and general elections.

Dennis Cassinelli: Adolph Sutro and his famous tunnel

Adolph Sutro first made an appearance on the Comstock in March 1860.

Churchill County Democratic Precinct Caucus/County Convention set for April 2

The 2022 Churchill County Democratic Precinct Caucus/County Convention will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2022. It will be at the Old Post Office, 90 N. Maine Street, Fallon, Nevada. Registration begins at 9 a.m. All registered Churchill County Democrats are invited. Anyone not registered can register at the caucus. Masks are requested. For more information, contact Tracy Swanson, Churchill County Democratic Chair,

Principal: Carson City's Pioneer Academy enrollment largest ever

The school district announced in March 2021 it would transition all full-time online education for students in first through 12th grades to Pioneer Academy.

Fleet Reserve Association sponsors school essay contest

This year’s theme was entitled “Why I’m Proud To Be An American.”

Wednesday, March 16

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March 17 update: 2022 election filing closes Friday

The Carson City Clerk-Recorder Office began accepting candidate filings on Monday for the upcoming 2022 election cycle.

Carson Nugget celebrates 68th anniversary

The Carson Nugget celebrates 68 years in business with four days of events beginning Thursday, March 17 – Sunday, March 20.

Marilyn Foster: For the love of art and architecture, think Spain for 2023

Barcelona is the last stop on Collette’s 10-day tour of Spain, and they’ve saved the very best for last.

Carson City Republican Women host gubernatorial debate

Dean Heller, John Lee and Fred Simon entertained luncheon guests with a debate largely centered on education and Nevada’s economy.

Joe Santoro: Is Pack basketball set up for a big year?

Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball fans need to completely forget the recently completed season.

Carson City Senior Center marks 50 years of nutrition program

The senior center is planning a variety of special events during lunch to commemorate the month.

Campagni Match Campaign for Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada increased to $20,000

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada’s annual Campagni Match Campaign has been doubled with a donor matching an additional $10,000.

Local GOP holds county convention

The week culminates with the annual Lincoln Day dinner

The Churchill County Republican Central Committee acted on a number of bylaws during the 2022 county convention at the Rafter 3C Center.

Candidate filing closes Friday

Filing opened last week at the Churchill County Clerk’s Office for local offices and at the city clerk’s office for Fallon City Council. For statewide offices, candidates must register at the Secretary of State’s office in Carson City.

Ag briefs: Nevada Native Seed Forum registration

The Nevada Native Seed Partnership will host the sixth annual Nevada Native Seed Forum on March 23 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fallon Convention Center and includes an option to attend virtually.

Commissioners approve election agreement with city

Churchill County commissioners unanimously approved an agreement with the city of Fallon at their March 3 meeting to enter into a cooperative agreement for elections services by holding joint elections cooperatively.

Fear of the dentist solved at last

Watson here, and I don’t know about you, but my dad is afraid of the dentist. Yep! He had bad experiences when he was young and it took years for him to trust his mouth to a dentist. Many folks are nervous getting their mouth worked on, and at last, there is a solution posed by man’s best friend.

EnviroSafe Demil breaks ground

EnviroSafe Demil, a new company establishing itself in Churchill County, demilitarizes military weaponry using green methods. They expect to bring 50 high-paying, high-tech jobs to Fallon in the coming months. Career opportunities will be listed on their website:

The Nevada Traveler: Virginia City’s Fourth Ward School remains important to link to the city’s rich past

One of the most impressive historic structures still standing in the old mining town of Virginia City is the community’s majestic Fourth Ward School.

Tickets on sale for the Portland Cello Project

The Portland Cello Project has built a reputation for mixing genres and blurring borders, taking on everything from Bach and Arvo Pärt to Dave Brubeck, Kanye West and Pantera.

Bighorn News: New programs offer pathways to college

Oasis Academy College Prep is starting two new programs. Both offer exciting pathways to colleges for our students.

Wave opens season at Douglas, hosts Elks Invite

The Greenwave track and field team opened the season in a small, four-team meet on Saturday at the Big George Athletic Complex in Minden.

Wave baseball, softball open season with road sweep

Oasis Academy drops 1st game

Both teams play their home opener against Hug on Friday at 3 p.m. at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex. North Valleys comes to Fallon on a Saturday at 11 a.m.

Prep sports calendar for March 17-23

The following schedule is for Churchill County (CCHS) and Oasis Academy high school prep sports from March 17-23. Dates and times are subject to change. Oasis Academy’s home softball games are played at the East Richards field and lacrosse games are at the county regional park. Both CCHS and Oasis Academy’s golf teams play their home tournaments at the Fallon Golf Course.

46 die on Nevada roadways in first two months

Of the 46 deaths, 39 were in Clark County. There were three in Washoe and none as of the end of February in Carson City.

Past Pages for March 16 to 18, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Ask the Dog Trainer: Drooling and whining is no way to travel

A cross-country experience with your in-laws sounds stressful enough, but what you are describing would drive a man to drink.

Aquatic Facility hopes Carson seniors buoy lifeguard shortage

Since 2020, pools nationwide haven’t been able to offer lifeguard certification classes due to the pandemic.

Tuesday, March 15

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Two Tiger seniors homer in win

Hubbard, Foster use the long ball to propel Douglas over Fallon

Two towering home runs give Douglas High baseball its fifth straight win

Carol Perry: The sharks are circling

Reassess risk in your portfolio to hedge against rising interest rates, inflation and wars.

Lyon County seeks suspect vehicle in missing teen case

Lyon County investigators are searching for an 18-year-old woman who went missing from the Walmart in Fernley on Saturday.

JoAnne Skelly: St. Patrick’s Day reminder

March 17 – Saint Patrick’s Day – is the traditional time to plant peas in our area.

Affordable housing is a crisis, Nevada lawmakers told

Nevada Rural Housing Authority Director Bill Brewer said that inflation, labor costs and demand are driving prices through the roof.

Grading Nevada: Where did Pack's season go wrong?

Grading Nevada’s 13-18 (6-12 in Mountain West) season in 2021-22.

Douglas High baseball picks up a pair of wins

The Tiger baseball team posted two wins over the weekend against league foes, toppling Damonte Ranch (6-2) before taking down Reed (14-5).

Tiger harriers go 1-2 in home meet

The Douglas High girls’ track and field team put together the best marks fo the four teams in attendance this past weekend with a team score of 75.5, topping second place Reno (73.5).

Carson swim and dive completes second home meet

Douglas swims well

Carson and Douglas swim and dive complete pentathlon at Carson Aquatics Center over the weekend

Lyon County seeks ideas for spending federal funds

The Lyon County Commission will hold a special meeting April 14 to decide how to spend nearly $6.16 million.

Dayton’s Powell picks up second team nod

Dayton High senior guard Isaiah Powell earned second team all-league honors in the Class 3A North this season.

Carson High softball enters new era

Carson High softball eases into its 2022 spring slate under a new head coach, Scott Vickrey.

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Senator baseball looks to build through its youth this season

Carson High baseball has had a few games to get a look at what it will see on the diamond this spring under head coach Bryan Manoukian.

Douglas baseball will lean on senior leadership

Entering his third year at the helm of the Douglas High baseball team, head coach Ryan Gonzalez might have just a bit of cautious optimism about where Douglas may fall by season’s end.

Two people die in Winnemucca fire

The state fire marshal and local authorities are investigating a Winnemucca structure fire that killed two men last week.

Richard Karpel: Dozens of government agencies are violating the state’s public records law

It’s Sunshine Week, the annual celebration of open government.

Naval Air Station Fallon skipper retiring after 36 years

The next chapter in Capt. Evan Morrison’s life begins Friday when he relinquishes command to Capt. Shane Tanner.

Citing exploitation, Senate candidate wants manufacturing in U.S.

Retired U.S. Army Capt. Sam Brown, a Republican Senate candidate, wants to see production of steel, pharmaceuticals and other goods return to the United States.

Monday, March 14

Carson City Historical Society hosts ‘The Once and Future Prison’ lecture

Carson City Historical Society will host a lecture on the future of the Nevada State Prison called "The Once and Future Prison," on March 17.

Nevada’s Cortez Masto files for second term in U.S. Senate

“This campaign is about one thing: the people of Nevada,” she said.

Nevada Highway Patrol attrition drawing union attention

Gov. Steve Sisolak acknowledged what he termed "a big problem" with unfilled jobs and said he'll propose raises for state police officers next year if he's re-elected.

Law enforcement, prosecutors, courts, non-profits offered grants

Programs enhance victim safety and hold offenders accountable for crimes of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking.

Nevada adopts 'Gener8tor' program to fund small businesses

Nevada is backing a bid to boost entrepreneurship and improve access to funding for small business and startup accelerators in Reno and Las Vegas.

Rotarians to Learn about the Carson City Airport

The Carson City Airport is a strong economic driver in our community, accommodating more than 86 thousand take offs and landings per year. It is also home base for many local aviators. You can learn more about the facility at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting taking place Tuesday, March 15. The meeting begins with lunch inside the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom.

Carson City supervisors to hear report on Eagle Valley Golf Course

The Carson City Board of Supervisors will meet March 17 in the Robert “Bob” Crowell Board Room of the Community Center.

Sunday, March 13

Letters to the editor for March 12, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published March 12, 2022

Trina Machacek: Mud to muddle through

As soon as winter begins its departure, along comes, mud season. Yes mud season.

Carson City Fire Department donates engine to WNC

Western Nevada College is building a firefighting associate’s degree.

Mile High Jazz Band presents ‘Think Green’ big-band jazz and poetry

The Mile High Jazz Band will be joined by singer Jakki Ford and five award-winning poets and readers for an evening of big-band jazz and poetry on March 15.

License plate revenue funding Tahoe litter cleanup

Nevada is using more than $350,000 in Tahoe license plate revenue to pay for litter cleanup projects in the Tahoe basin.

Jim Valentine: Picking up good vibrations

When you put your thoughts out about a property they are picked up by the “universe” and disseminated.

Faith & Insight: A journey of heart to the cross of Christ

How spiritually beneficial it would be in weeks that lead up to Easter to reflect on the great suffering of Christ.

UNR researcher aids Mekong giant catfish restoration

Zeb Hogan, a fish biologist at the University of Nevada, Reno, works with the U.S. Agency for International Development to lead the Wonders of the Mekong project.

Saturday, March 12

Western Nevada grad earns CDL, finds career

The four-week training program covers everything students need to know to land a position in the transportation industry.

Carson City road report for March 14 to 20, 2022

Carson City road report for March 14 to 20, 2022

Gondola linking Tahoe ski resorts to open next winter

A long-awaited gondola connecting two Lake Tahoe ski resorts will be completed for the 2022-23 ski season at Palisades Tahoe.

Jazz & Beyond Committee announces art contest

Mile High Band Association’s 2022 Jazz & Beyond Festival Committee is sponsoring an art contest for Northern Nevada artists, including teachers and students.

Harley-Davidson donates $40,000 to Carson schools

$28,000 was specifically earmarked for student housing needs.

March 11 update: Carson City residents declare candidacy for elections

The Carson City Clerk-Recorder Office began accepting candidate filings on Monday for the upcoming 2022 election cycle.

Kelly Bullis: Some Obamacare taxes still around

Many of those pesky Obamacare taxes have since been repealed, but not all.

Western Nevada College trio granted tenure

Timothy Mayo, Martin Schmidt and Rachel Stiff reached a teaching pinnacle when they received tenure from the Board of Regents.

Roger Diez: Bowman ‘backs into’ another win

After three races, the score is now Hendrick two, Penske one heading into Phoenix, with the Hendrick, Penske, and Gibbs teams poised to dominate the season again.

Friday, March 11

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Jim Hartman: The U.S. must not fail Ukraine

The U.S. and Europe must find ways to come to the defense of the courageous, freedom-loving Ukrainian people.

Nevada officials warn about Ukraine donor scams

Attorney General Aaron Ford and Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske Friday issued a joint warning about possible scams seeking donations to benefit Ukraine.

Senator Square: Carson High, lime green and Chris Coulam

News and notes from Carson High School.

JoAnne Skelly: Maples weeping

Some trees are more prone to excessive outflow of sap than others. Maples, birches, beeches, poplars, elms and willows are known to be weepy.

Grading Nevada: Pack’s season of missed opportunities

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 79-72 victory over the New Mexico Lobos and the 71-69 loss to the Boise State Broncos in the Mountain West tournament.

Carson City mayor hypes health, human services programs

Mayor Lori Bagwell addressed assistance programs that Carson City Health and Human Services offers to unsheltered residents.

Reno developer plans 1.9 million-square-foot distribution center in Jean

Par Tolles has purchased a 140-acre parcel in the small Southern Nevada border town of Jean.

Learn about the world by hosting a Rotary International Exchange Student

Students between the ages of 15-18 are chosen to become an ambassador of his/her home country as each local host family is an ambassador of our area.

New vaccine requirement for Nevada 12th graders

Students enrolled in the 12th grade will be required to receive the meningococcal vaccine prior to the start of the 2022-23 school year.

Thursday, March 10

Renown Health Board of Trustees fire CEO

The Renown Health Board of Trustees fired CEO Dr. Tony Slonim on Thursday. The health system said Thomas R. Graf, M.D., FAAFP will serve as interim Chief Executive Officer, a press release said.

Redding man's remains found; Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks information

On June 21 2020, a 26-year-old Redding California resident, Jered Stefansky was reported missing to the Redding Police Department. Jered was last seen on June 19 2020 as he left Redding and traveled to the Carson City/ Mound House area.

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Nevada moves to new phase of COVID-19 fight

Nevada is shifting to community measures that focus on minimizing the impact of severe illness and protecting the most vulnerable.

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Tax hikes to fund Nevada schools won’t be on ballot

Carson District Judge James Wilson barred two education funding petitions from the November ballot.

71-year-old charged with felony assault in Carson City

The incident was captured on surveillance video.

Western Nevada College professor gets Regents’ Teaching Award

WNC psychology professor Rebecca Bevans has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 Nevada Regents’ Teaching Award.

Carson chamber invites business to earn free green certification

The Nevada Green Business Network is a part of a statewide effort to generate a green business certification program.

Carson schools could see 4.7% drop in revenue

Carson City School District’s general fund revenues for the 2022-23 fiscal year can expect to see a reduction of about $3.3 million.

Letters to the Editor for March 9, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

State department heads told to plan flat budgets

The goal is to produce budget plans that lay out the cost of, “continuing the same level of service as the current year.”

Wednesday, March 9

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Police: Car in Vegas crash that killed 9 was going 103 mph

The sports car was "at full acceleration," going more than 100 mph into a busy crossroads in North Las Vegas.

Dennis Cassinelli: The beginnings of the Comstock

The Comstock Lode was discovered in the spring of 1859 by two groups of placer gold miners who had no thought of finding silver ore.

David Theiss: Split pea soup: Easy and inexpensive (recipe)

In the pursuit of an economical meal that’s delicious and filling, David Theiss recommends some simple split pea soup.

Carson Valley Meats sues city over slaughterhouse denial

Carson Valley Meats asserts “The denial by the Board of Supervisors ... was arbitrary, capricious, and characterized by an abuse of discretion.”

Jill Biden touts husband's economic agenda in Reno

First Lady Jill Biden wrapped up a three-day trip promoting her husband's economic agenda with a tour at Truckee Meadows Community College.

State Finance Board approves infrastructure bonds

The issuance of millions in bonds will support a long list of projects designed to develop infrastructure and expand housing.

Joe Santoro: Combine didn’t help trio of Pack stars

It’s doubtful Nevada Wolf Pack players Carson Strong, Romeo Doubs and Cole Turner helped their draft status in Indianapolis last week.

Vegas lawyer shot by FBI allegedly headed $300M Ponzi scheme

Matthew Wade Beasley, 49, pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault on a federal officer following a standoff March 4.

Nursing student named Western Nevada College Regents’ Scholar

Ki’Hana Garcia is a mother of two children and a member of the Army National Guard.

Business construction up in Fallon

City Engineer Derek Zimney gave a rundown Friday on the latest construction projects. He said Arby’s is being constructed east of U.S. Bank and near Walmart off Casey Road and U.S. Highway 50. John Anderson Construction said Arby’s is scheduled to open sometime after the Memorial Day weekend.

Candidate filing open until March 18

City races to coincide with county, state elections

Incumbent Fallon Councilwoman Kelly Frost made history Monday morning during her filing for re-election.

Fallon woman to appear in Justice Court

Torri Anne Gibbs charged with 2020 murder

A Fallon woman charged with first-degree murder will appear in the New River Township Justice Court on Thursday.

Just in Time Tux Studio opens in Fallon

Kathleen Hanley and Lee Quint know what it takes for a man – young or old – to look sharp at the prom or other formal events.

NVC honors fallen veterans

The Nevada Veterans Coalition and a small group of veterans honored former members of the U.S. military who were interred in January and February at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Fernley.

Top Cosmetic Dermatology Treatments Dermatologists Can’t Live Without

The new year is in full swing, and by now, hopefully, you have managed to write 2022 instead of 2021. We are also hoping you have been tracking with your New Year’s Resolutions. For those of you who included “up my skin care to get glowing skin” as a resolution, we reached out to Board-Certified Dermatologist Samantha Schneider, M.D., at Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute to share her top cosmetic dermatology treatments.

Bulletin Board for March 10

The Portland Cello Project has built a reputation for mixing genres and blurring borders, taking on everything from Bach and Arvo Pärt to Dave Brubeck, Kanye West and Pantera.

Jeanette Strong: No true connection to Nevada

“We feel an obligation to speak out in opposition to Adam Laxalt’s candidacy for governor of Nevada, lest there be any misunderstanding that because he carries our family name he represents our family’s values.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Brayden Blea

Welding and Agriculture often go hand-in-hand and senior Brayden Blea has found his career calling in welding and learned valuable life and leadership skills through the Oasis Future Farmers of America program.

Senate Republicans reimbursed for court fight over tax

Minority Leader James Settelmeyer said the $150,000 is about half the total cost of the legal battle.

High-risk teams to address domestic violence in Nevada

Victims of domestic violence at high risk of fatality in Elko and Clark counties are getting more comprehensive assistance to keep them safe and set them on a path to a secure, self-sufficient life, thanks to a new University of Nevada, Reno Extension program.

Past Pages for March 9 to 11, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Beware, this article really stinks

Watson here, forewarning you that the following information is stinky! The reason I have tackled this sensitive subject is my boy (who is a man now) learned the hard way about anal glands in dogs. Grahm, a forest ranger, recently was in charge of a small dog until animal control arrived.

The Nevada Traveler: Quest for the elusive Virgin Valley black fire opal

Few realize that the world’s most famous black fire opal – the official Nevada State Gem – was discovered in Nevada’s remote Virgin Valley in 1918.

Wave sees 4 make All-North basketball team

The Greenwave basketball teams each landed a pair on the All-North teams as voted by the coaches from both the 3A West and 3A East.

Gusty winds, snow showers forecast for Carson City

The Sierra could see wind gusts up to 100 mph and wind chill on Thursday to minus-25 degrees.

Spring sports return for Greenwave, Bighorns

Spring sports are in full swing this week for the Greenwave and Bighorns’ high school programs.

Willis backs out of run for Carson City supervisor

Former judge Robey Willis has now said via email he will not be a candidate for ward 3.

Carson's Joint Force Headquarters gets new commander

Capt. Adam Gardner is the new commander of Carson City’s largest unit, the Joint Force Headquarters, following a change of command Saturday.

Delivery of today's Nevada Appeal, The Record-Courier delayed

Click above on the name of the paper to read today's e-edition in the meantime.

Tuesday, March 8

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Nevada's unemployment rate falls to 5.2 percent

The biggest change was in the Las Vegas area where a significant improvement was reported in the hotel casino industry.

Pay hikes OK’d for unionized state employees

Board of Examiners approved agreements with collective bargaining units that will cost the state $26 million in added pay for several categories of state workers.

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, March 9. All are welcome to visit the walk-in clinic from 9 to 11 a.m.

Churchill County candidates filed on March 7

Churchill County candidates file on March 7

Notebook: Alford has done what Pack needs to do

The Wolf Pack’s basketball season is starting over.

WNC notes: Nevada Promise Scholarship students need mentors

Help high school seniors transition to college and groom them for success in higher education.

Campaign to help Carson High freshman with cancer

Chris Coulam's friends are holding a community campaign through Sunday to support him and to encourage “Kindness for Chris” in his battle against lymphoma.

Adam Sulik crowned Mr. Carson High 2022

Carson High School senior Adam Sulik, 17, was crowned “Mr. Carson High” at the school’s cheerleader fundraising event.

Audit: Nevada inmates overpay for medical, store items

Recommended changes could save more than $14 million annually, almost all of it by reducing overcharges to prisoners.

Monday, March 7

Douglas County chase into Carson City results in arrest

An early Monday morning chase that started in Carson Valley Plaza resulted in the arrest of a Reno man in Carson City.

Mountain West rankings: Colorado State finishes No. 1

Colorado State clearly feels like the best team in the conference heading into the conference tournament this week.

Sierra Lutheran to receive update on expansion plans at Tuesday open house

Sierra Lutheran High School’s return to normalcy this year with its focus on student activities, athletics, the arts and community service keeps the high school experience engaging, according to Executive Director Brian Underwood.

Carson High senior headed to national speech contest

Ryan Soulier is the first student in Carson High history to win the American Legion Department of Nevada High School Oratorical Scholarship Contest.

Grading Nevada: Pack can take positives from loss

Grading the Wolf Pack’s 79-78 loss to San Diego State on Saturday in Reno.

Nevada’s senators co-sponsor law to cap insulin costs

The legislation would cap out-of-pocket costs for the drug at $35 a month, requiring Medicare and private insurers to pay costs above that amount.

Candidate filing for 2022 elections opens Monday

The filing period runs for two weeks, closing Friday, March 18 at 5 p.m.

Carson City hosts board game convention March 19-20

The convention will feature games like Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, and Wingspan. All are welcome to bring their own board games.

Sunday, March 6

Ken Beaton: Hal ‘Candy Bomber’ Halvorsen

What kind of story touches your heart causing your eyes to glisten?

UNR taking over Nevada drone testing program

UNR, UNLV and the Desert Research Institute will expand testing opportunities with business, industry and government agencies.

Faces of Carson City: Million dollar smiles await at Garibaldi’s

When entering Garibaldi’s Ristorante in the heart of downtown Carson, diners are greeted with smiles that can light up the whole room.

Stinson, Cobb-Adams will run for Carson City school board

Carson City residents Jason Stinson and Shanna Cobb-Adams have announced their candidacy for the Carson City school board.

Kelly Bullis: Tax break on computers and peripherals

Here’s something that might make your life a bit easier.

Senator Square: Making connections @SenatorLibrary

A huge thank you to Carson City! After our call for help, local families offered to donate both the 1956 and 1958 yearbooks. We now have a complete collection of yearbooks for the Story of Carson High project. As items are received and cataloged, they will be featured digitally.

Faith & Insight: Hope for traitors and the betrayed

To experience betrayal is one of the worst moments someone can face.

Nevada anti-abortion group renews push for parental consent

Advocates want to force the Legislature to pass a law requiring parental notification before a person younger than 18 undergoes a medical procedure to end a pregnancy.

Carson City birth announcements for Feb. 11 to 20, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for Feb. 11 to 20, 2022

Saturday, March 5

Guy Farmer: The ‘woke’ get a wake-up call

Voters in Virginia and San Francisco, of all places, have recently sent loud wake-up calls to the “woke” looney left of the Democratic Party.

Carson City road report for March 7 to 13, 2022

Carson City road report for March 7 to 13, 2022

Nevada officials warn of well drilling scams

One victim gave the driller a $6,000 deposit and has since been unable to contact the driller.

Carson City Symphony Association awards music scholarships

Mia Hamilton, Luna Arredondo, and Izabell McCullen were awarded the sixth annual Rosemary Nebesky Memorial Scholarships.

Curtis Horton running for Carson City supervisor

Carson City resident Curtis Horton has announced his candidacy for Carson City supervisor ward 3.

Jim Valentine: When the world is shaking

In Northern Nevada we are often lulled by our rural atmosphere and relative obscurity from global events.

Past Pages for March 5 to 8, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City elementary class honors 91-year-old

Seeliger Elementary School students wrote a book for Harry Chalekian's birthday.

Friday, March 4

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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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Change of Name

Jim Hartman: ‘Vladimir Putin is an evil man’

John McCain was a skeptic of four administrations’ policies toward Russia. Events have proven him right.

Roger Diez: Weekend in Las Vegas for NASCAR

Kyle Larson served notice that he’s still the guy to beat.

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Divorce Summons

Adam Romo: Braised beef arepas are a breakfast treat (recipe)

In addition, this South American comfort food is gluten free.

Families of murdered Ranchos women testify

Gardnerville Ranchos residents Connie Koontz and Sophia Renkin were shot in their homes Jan. 9-13 as part of a murder spree. Their killer received consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole on Thursday.

Carson City judge adds 54 years to Guzman’s prison sentences

Carson District Judge James Wilson on Friday sentenced Wilber Martinez-Guzman to up to 54 years on top of the multiple life sentences.

State lowers requirement for sub teachers in Washoe, Clark schools

The state cleared the way for Nevada's largest school districts to hire substitute teachers with only a high school diploma during states of emergency.

Get Healthy Carson City: Pay attention to breakfast

The unsung hero of school nutrition programs nationwide is school breakfast.

Nevada health insurance exchange gets new director

Ryan High has been named the new director of the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange.

Event encourages Carson girls to explore STEM field

UNR’s first “Introduce a Girl to Engineering” event as held Feb. 24.

Thursday, March 3

U.S. 50 reopens Friday afternoon after rockslide cleared

A massive rockslide closed U.S. Highway 50 in both directions on Thursday at Echo Summit.

Ask the Dog Trainer: Growing pains with a puppy

It is quite common in the span of a few months for the sweet, squishy puppy to morph into a headstrong, powerful adolescent.

Supervisors preview Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Carson City

Supervisors heard presentations from Advocates to End Domestic Violence, the sheriff’s office, and Health and Human Services on how the city supports victims.

Regents appoint interim Western Nevada College president

J. Kyle Dalpe will serve as the ninth president of the college.

Amodei, Horsford, Titus back higher jackpot tax report trigger

The bill would increase the threshold for IRS reporting of slot jackpots from the current $1,200 to $5,000.

Joe Santoro: Pack’s Strong ‘wasn’t healthy’ last season

Carson Strong said he knew going into the 2021 season that it would be his last at Nevada.

'Rain likely' for Carson City on Friday

Carson City has a slight chance of rain starting early Friday but its best chance for precipitation starts late Friday afternoon.

Carson City golf course conducting controlled burns

Empire Ranch Golf Course will be running controlled burns over the next few months

Now 2.1 million registered voters in Nevada

There are now 2.12 million people registered to vote in the state of Nevada and 1.86 million them are listed as active voters.

Dennis Cassinelli: The loneliest road in America

Travel Nevada continues to shine a light on and celebrate Highway 50 and its gateway to ghost towns, historic mining communities, state parks, recreational opportunities, and wide-open spaces.

Carson Tahoe Hotel under new ownership

The new owners say they are planning to welcome guests in April or May, just in time for summer vacations.

Wednesday, March 2

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors (90-Day)

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Application to Appropriate Water No. 91541

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Application for Water No. 91545

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Application to Appropriate Water No. 91544

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Application to Appropriate Water No. 91542

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Application to Appropriate Water No. 91543

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Notice to Creditors (90-Day)

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

Trina Machacek: Phone calls and cattle guards

Apparently there are many of us who have something we just shiver at doing.

JoAnne Skelly: Whimsy in the landscape

Express your own vision, your own fanciful ideas and include what gives you pleasure to see.

Grading Nevada: Pack keeps it close (somehow) at Boise

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 73-67 loss to the Boise State Broncos on Tuesday at Boise, Idaho:

Carson Middle School placed on 'hold,' student disciplined for shouting 'gun'

Carson City School District officials confirmed Wednesday Carson Middle School was placed on its standard response protocol “hold” procedure and placed a student in questioning due to disruption.

Bently puts distillery, ranch on market

Tasting Room closed, distillery production will continue through end of the year.

Nevada officials detail $500 million housing program

The majority of the money, $300 million, will produce up to 1,000 new housing units in multi-family structures.

U.S. 50 in Fallon to see lane closures starting March 7

From March 7 through summer, periodic roadway shoulder, sidewalk and single lane closures will take place on U.S. 50 in downtown Fallon.

Nevada offering grants to match federal awards

The state Grant Matching Program can be used to satisfy up to 50 percent of the federal grant match requirement.

Athletes, coaches remember Orong’s impact with Greenwave

After her family moved from New Mexico to Fallon for her sophomore year, Whitney Skabelund Conger immediately made an impact on the volleyball court and was looking forward to continuing her early success in the winter with the basketball program.

Fallon man charged with murder returns to court

A continuance for a Fallon man charged with a 2020 murder will be heard Thursday in New River Justice Court. An investigation conducted by the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office concluded Robert Shannon Collins and Torri Anne Gibbs allegedly killed 48-year-old Sean Erin Green almost two years ago.

Candidate filing opens Monday

Filing opens Monday at the Churchill County Clerk’s Office for local offices except for the Fallon City Council and statewide offices.

Recent storms add little moisture

Water situation in western Nevada parallels totals from 2021

The recent snowstorms in the Sierra Nevada did little to improve the water situation in western Nevada.

Fallon educator named to Lyon County board

A Fallon educator who lives in Fernley was selected Feb. 22 to fill an unexpired term on the Lyon County School Board, District 7.

Nurse felt a duty to serve: Montoya tended to soldiers during World War II

“Through Our Eyes: The Women Veterans Experience,” is an exhibit featuring portraits and stories of 16 veterans. The women interviewed for the exhibit were in the VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System. Since its creation, the exhibit has been displayed at the Nevada Legislature, the National Judicial College on the University of Nevada, Reno campus and other locations around the state.

Churchill GOP conducts precinct meeting

The Churchill County Republican Central Committee conducted its precinct meeting on Saturday at the Rafter 3C Center.

Churchill County Commissioners meet Thursday

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

Steve Ranson: Rolling downhill with Harry

Shortly after Christmas, Nevada’s longtime U.S. senator and state career politician Harry Reid died after a three-year battle against pancreatic cancer.

The Nevada Traveler: Greed was good for the mining town of Blair

The late Nevada historian Phillip I. Earl has pointed out that a handful of Nevada’s mining communities owe their existence to greed rather than factors like location.

Pussyfooting around with Me and Ow

Me and Ow here. Watson is on vacation, foot loose and fancy free, so he asked us to write about paws. Our paws are cute, colorful, and amazing. That said, paws have serious jobs and increase our odds of survival.

Bighorn Bulletin: Jacob Munoz wins Reno Tahoe Piano Competition

Second grader Jacob Munoz won the Reno Tahoe Piano Competition for ages 9 and under last weekend in Reno. The competition included participants from all over the West Coast. Munoz memorized and played The Fluttering Leaves in A minor and Love will See us Through in D minor. For winning the competition, he received a $300 prize.

WNC News and Notes — Fallon Campus: Short-term, late-start classes provide more options

Is there a class that you really wanted to take that didn’t fit into your spring schedule at Western Nevada College? Or maybe you couldn’t take classes when the semester started in late January.

Carson City Charter Review Committee seeks public input

The Carson City Charter Review Committee has begun its biennial effort to deliberate changes to the Carson City Charter.

Past Pages for March 2 to 4, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

State Wrestling: Moon finishes 2nd at state

Although the Greenwave wrestling team qualified only a trio for the state tournament, it was still able to send one to the podium.

Supervisors discuss Carson City’s code enforcement challenges

Carson City has no budget for abatements, which means city staff have no resources to correct code violations like abandoned vehicles.

Tuesday, March 1

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

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Invitation to Bid

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Annual Statement

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Notice to Contractors

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Notice to Trust Estate Creditors

Carson High invites dads, daughters ready to dance again

On April 22, Carson High School will open its doors to any dad-daughter duos or those who might be filling in as such for its annual Father-Daughter Ball.

California snowpack far below normal after dry winter months

The water content of the statewide snowpack is just 63% of normal to date and the snowmelt forecast is just 66% of average.

Carson City residents rally to support Ukraine

Residents met downtown near the Capitol to show their support for Ukraine as it resists invasion from Russia.

Sierra Lutheran to host open house, expansion update

Sierra Lutheran High School will host an open house from 6 to 7 p.m. March 8 for prospective families.

OSHA construction industry classes start Thursday

Nevada Job Connect is offering three Occupational Safety and Health Administration classes this month for those in the construction or general industry.

Carson Tahoe Auxiliary luncheon is March 8

Carson Tahoe Auxiliary Luncheon is Tuesday, March 8 at 11:30 a.m. at Red’s Old 305 Grill.

Mountain West Notebook: Sherfield 4th in country for assists

News and notes from around the Mountain West Conference.

Social video shows 'racist' taunts of Sisolaks

Two men who followed the Sisolaks out of a Las Vegas restaurant shouting profanities, taunts and anti-government statements.

Nevada joining Northwest Prescription Drug Consortium

Membership in the consortium operated by Oregon and Washington state should enable Nevadans to get prescription drugs for dramatically lower prices.

Southwest Gas rates to increase in April

$2.8 million will come from Southwest’s Northern Nevada customers — primarily Carson City residents and businesses.

Wilber Martinez-Guzman receives maximum sentence in Washoe County

The admitted spree killer who murdered Gardnerville Ranchos residents Connie Koontz and Sophia Renken in their homes in January 2019 is scheduled to be sentenced in Washoe, Douglas and Carson City district courts next week.

Douglas investigators work on Wellington officer involved shooting

Douglas investigators are working a second officer-involved shooting in two weeks after a subject was killed in Lyon County on Monday