Stories for November 2022


Wednesday, November 30

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Open Appointive Positions

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Application for Water No. 92203

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Petition to Change Name

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Notice of Change of Location of Special Joint Water Workshop

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Trina Machacek: It’s red solo cup season

Throughout the holidays these little plastic items have a special place in homes everywhere.

High school sports: Winter seasons get underway

Winter sports action this week features tournaments from Reno to Fallon to Hawthorne.

Silver & Snowflakes: From Cinderella to the Grinch, Hoffman shines

Kristen Hoffman is a local aspiring actress who will be featured this year playing the Grinch at the Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights to the delight of the audience and mostly Carson’s fifth graders as she slithers down the Capitol steps to do what the Grinch does best … mess with them!

Silver & Snowflakes: Historic clock heralds the holiday

At approximately 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2 — the evening of the annual Silver & Snowflakes Festival of Lights — sounds of favorite holidays tunes will be emanating from the picturesque clock tower of the Paul Laxalt Building to officially herald in the holiday season.

MW rankings: Broncos vs. Bulldogs a worthy title game

There is little question the top teams in the Mountain West will decide the championship.

American Legion fills void at the holidays

More than 50 volunteers prepare or deliver food to area senior citizens.

Tree lighting kicks off the holidays

Numerous events slated for the Fallon area this weekend.

Fallon Theatre celebrates season with Rudolph, Ralphie

Weekend schedule features “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and “A Christmas Story.”

Commissioners meet Thursday; Scharmann takes District 3 post

Scharmann replaces Dr. Greg Koenig, who was elected to the State Assembly for District 38

Greenwave, Bighorns prep sports calendar

Fallon, Oasis high school sports schedules for Dec. 1 through Dec. 7.

New flags wave over the CCHS basketball court

Loni (Johnston) Faught, a 1997 CCHS graduate, was the volunteer coordinator of the effort to bring new flags to the gym.

Community bulletin board for Nov. 28

Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of Nov. 28.

Sheriff: Man held on 11 felony weapons charges

Manuel Salvador Gil Solano, 32, was arrested Tuesday.

CAPS: The genuine joys of dog jowls

Many people like the look of droopy jowls, and selective breeding has produced larger and more prominent jowls — but what are they for?

Bighorn news: Senior spotlight, parades and pajamas

The latest happenings at Oasis Academy.

Section of downtown city block demolished

A & K Earth Movers recently began demolishing buildings immediately south of the Nugget to Lumos and Associates to make room for future expansion.

Lyon County extends public health contract with Titus

The contract increases her pay from $200 to $1,000 per month.

Churchill schools celebrate Native American Heritage Month

Schools recently hosted events, conducted lessons, and taught students about Native American history, heritage and culture.

Storm expected to make mountain travel difficult

The first of December is expected to bring between 2-6 inches of snow to Carson City on Thursday and Friday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for 4 p.m. Thursday to 4 a.m. Friday.

Gaming win over $1 billion for 19th month

The Carson area reported a 4.13 percent increase to $11.98 million.

Giant snowflakes, children, Santa and Grinch create magic at Silver & Snowflake Festival

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and soon giant snowflakes will be lighting the way through central downtown guiding everyone – even Santa – to enjoy the beloved annual hometown holiday event to kick off the countdown to Christmas and the New Year.

Past Pages for November 30 to December 2, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

David C. Henley: COVID-19 three years later

Set at the confluence of the Yangtze and Han rivers, the port city of Wuhan, which has a population of more than 11 million that makes it China’s ninth largest city, is the political, financial, cultural, scientific, transportation and educational hub of Central China.

Jeanette Strong: The future of our state and country

“This race was set to determine the future of our state, and Nevadans chose to protect our democracy. You chose to deliver for the people of this great state and our country.” Cisco Aguilar, Nevada Secretary of State-elect, Nov. 15, on the 2022 election.

Carson sheriff committed to officer camera program

“After a big incident, we’ll watch the film and go over it together."

Tuesday, November 29

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Application

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

Basketball: Solid team effort lifts Pack to 7-1

Steve Alford is quickly making Pack fans forget last year’s disaster.

Carson City Historical Society hosts Christmas party Sunday

The Carson City Historical Society will host its annual Christmas party on Sunday.

Central Lyon Fire, county partner for community center

“The fire station is next door to a park that we already own."

Wrong-way-driver alert system set for I-580 in Carson

Crews plan to begin installing the wrong-way driver detection systems in January.

Monday, November 28

Lombardo names Ben Kieckhefer as chief of staff

Kieckhefer served as a member of the Nevada Senate for three terms representing District 16.

Pack grades: One play keeps the cannon from staying blue

Grading the Wolf Pack’s 27-22 loss to the Rebels in Las Vegas.

Carson-Tahoe Blue Bull rugby team returns from Chico Holiday Classic

The Carson-Tahoe Blue Bull rugby team came back from behind in one of its two matches last weekend at the Chico Holiday Rugby Classic.

Suspect faces arson charges in Mount Rose fires

Matthew Kimmens is being held on a dozen criminal counts.

Lawsuit looms over rare, tiny Esmeralda County fish

The outcome of the court fight will likely have major implications for the state's parched valleys.

Rotarians to learn about a new approach to the homeless problem

There is no easy solution to solving homelessness in our area. But one local organization is trying; one person at a time. Rotary Club of Carson City members will learn about that organization, Spirit of Hope, at the club’s meeting on Tuesday, November 27. The public is welcome to attend the noon meeting in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom.

Supervisors consider rate hike for city dump

Operators are proposing to raise $1 million a year for capital improvements and operations.

Sunday, November 27

Carson City birth announcements for November 13 to 18, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for November 13 to 18, 2022

Capital City Community Band free concert Dec. 4

The concert will be in the Boldrick Theater in the Carson Community Center.

Western Nevada College Geology Club’s sale set Dec. 2

New this year are selenite crystals, as well as showy copper ore from Nevada.

Jim Valentine: A time to be grateful and thankful

I am so thankful that I live where I do, among all of you…

Faith & Insight: What’s next?

So, what’s next for you?

Lake Tahoe brothers find success telling dad jokes

The Lisle brothers started Dock Toc seven years ago.

Saturday, November 26

Jim Hartman: Nevada’s final election results – and analysis

Turnout for the 2022 general election in Nevada was a surprisingly low 54.58%.

Carson City road report for November 28 to December 4, 2022

Carson City road report for November 28 to December 4, 2022

‘Oliver, Jr!’ performances set for Carson City

Performances at the Brewery Arts Center are weekends Dec. 2, 9.

New book looks at being Airbnb host at Tahoe

Reed will be signing and selling her books at the Valhalla Holiday Faire this weekend.

Past Pages for November 26 to 29, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson school board changes superintendent evaluation

The board removed 2 of 11 performance standards in evaluating Superintendent Andrew Feuling.

Friday, November 25

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Public Notice of the Intent to Publish the Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) Federal Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Obligation Report

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Amended Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Sale

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Petition for Legal Name Change

Roger Diez: 2022 racing season wraps up

Looking ahead to 2023, Formula 1 has its most aggressive schedule ever.

Michelle Palmer: Stew delivers rib-sticking warmness (recipe)

Brunswick stew was a Colonial Williamsburg favorite.

NWS: Cold front, possible snow showers for next week

Shoppers out for the holiday weekend will enjoy mild temperatures before a cold front returns Monday, bringing with it a chance of snow.

Small Business Saturday event returns

The Fallon Chamber of Commerce and the Churchill Entrepreneurial Development Association are encouraging residents to stay in Fallon and patronize small businesses.

Community holiday events roundup

Christmas Convoy of Lights, Toys for Tots and more.

A morning to remember: Honor Flight's unexpected stop at Arlington

The event marked the first time in 28 years Mary Kilgore of Spanish Springs had visited her former husband’s final resting place.

Supervisors seek volunteers for 911 surcharge committee

There are two open positions, each for a full-term ending December 2024.

Western Nevada College reopens Veterans Resource Center

Jonathon Jacobson, a combat veteran and WNC graduate, is the new VRC coordinator.

Carson Mall ready for Small Business Saturday

Virginia City offering a full holiday schedule

The businesses have been gearing up for the holiday shopping season.

Thursday, November 24

Roy Rogers scheduled Saturday in Carson City

Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings are scheduled at the Nashville Social Club.

Carson bowlers raise funds for veterans

The local association sponsored the Chris Beard Memorial BVL Tournament.

Carson schools to reapply for work-based learning program

“Work-based learning is an educational strategy that offers students the opportunity to connect classroom learning to authentic business and industry experiences."

Brian Formisano: Long winter for Northern Nevada tourism

The tourism industry needs a contingency plan for the coming economic cool down.

Trina Machacek: An upside-down world

There is something enjoyable to me to fly through most of my life by the seat of my pants.

For Pack and Rebels, season comes down to a big cannon

Nevada leads 28-19 since the rivalry began in 1969.

Wednesday, November 23

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Notice - Bill No. 2022-D, Ordinance 122 - Adopted

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Publication of Quarterly Financial Statements

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Notice of Sale of Personal Property

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Notice of Deposit of Copies and Public Hearing to Adopt Bill No. 789

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors - 90-Day Notice

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Letters to the Editor for November 23, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson football represented on all-region lists

Carson High football had a number of athletes make it on the Class 5A all-region teams this fall.

Senator boys place three on all-region soccer teams

The Class 5A all-region boys soccer team included a few members of the Senator boys soccer team this fall

Smalley leads Tiger all-region selections

Douglas High football was led by Cole Smalley on the all-region teams released over the weekend

Four earn 5A all-region volleyball recognition

Carson’s Witter earns Coach of the Year

Carson High volleyball posted a handful of players to the all-region team. Plus, the Senators boasted the coach of the year.

Walt Defensive Player of the Year

Seven others join the Carson senior with all-region honors

Carson and Douglas High girls soccer teams had several players named to the Class 5A all-region soccer teams.

Final Four headed to Las Vegas for first time

The NCAA awarded the men’s national semifinals and championship game to Allegiant Stadium for the 2027-28 season.

Joe Santoro: Pack rebuilding job also includes fanbase

The Wolf Pack football program, in many respects, is at its lowest point since 1975.

Mark Collie coming to Brewery Arts Center

“Some of the stories about the songs might surprise ya."

Past Pages for November 23 to 25, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Western Nevada College closed Thursday, Friday

Western Nevada College’s three campuses will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.

New north Carson store offers array of gift ideas

Top Music, Arts, and Beyond has guitars, art supplies and home décor.

Tuesday, November 22

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Publication of Ordinance

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

John Barrette: Carson City lost the real deal

Join me in mourning his loss and lauding his service.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Stella eats drywall when we leave her

My dog Stella has severe separation distress.

Nevada-UNLV football telecast picked up by NSN

Reno-based Nevada Sports Net will broadcast the Nevada-UNLV football game on Saturday night.

Community bulletin board for Nov. 21

Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of Nov. 21.

Greenwave soccer, volleyball players earn postseason honors

Nevada's Northern 3A division selects its top players in volleyball and boys and girls soccer.

WNC's Dalpe brings school overview to Fallon Rotary

Dr. J. Kyle Dalpe was tabbed as WNC's interim president after Dr. Vincent Solis resigned on Dec. 31, 2021.

Carson High Comprehensive Life Skills students cook Thanksgiving meal

Students learned life skills like cooking, place setting and cleaning.

Honor Flight invites Gold Star families to nation’s capital

Fallon couple reflects on a son who died 10 years ago in Afghanistan.

CAPS update: Grateful at Thanksgiving

As the holiday approaches, it's time to sing the praises of the people who are kind and support the area's homeless animals.

Bighorn news: Robotics class programs its first robot

The Oasis Academy College Prep Robotics class is working on programming and designing its first robot.

Fallon Trail Life Troop honors police, deputies

Fallon Trail Life Troop 1231 recently met with the Fallon Police Department and the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office.

Fallon Theatre adds two holiday-themed films

Beginning the weekend of Nov. 25 and 26, “Rise of the Guardians" and "Love Actually" will play both Friday and Saturday evenings.

NDOW: raccoons In Carson storm drains normal

Raccoons have been slipping down the storm drains on the west side of Carson City

Churchill commissioners canvas mid-term votes

The Churchill County commission approved the canvassing of votes for the 2022 general election on Nov. 16.

Youth sports: FYFL wins two football titles

Also, the Fallon Youth Football League placed in three divisions at the SYFL Cheer Competition, with the Greenwave winning the Freshman division.

Lyon County begins exploring lands bill process, reviews mapping

The Lyon County Commission is exploring acquiring federal and state lands.

Ronni Hannaman: ‘One Team – One Dream’ is motto of family-run Bella Vita Bistro

Family has kept Lori Baxter, owner of Bella Vita Bistro, centered through the pandemic and economic downturns.

Carson school board agrees to share parking lot

Resource Concepts will use a lot adjacent to Gleason Professional Development Center.

Monday, November 21

Former Carson City supervisor Brad Bonkowski dies

“To die will be an awfully big adventure.” (Peter Pan) And so begins an obituary for a human whose true value will only be known by those who knew him.

Mountain West rankings: Boise, Fresno headed to title game

Andy Avalos believes his Boise State Broncos football team got what it truly deserved.

Sisolak appoints Patricia Lee to Nevada Supreme Court

She fills the seat vacated by Abbi Silver, who resigned in September.

NDOC announces closure of Carson City prison

The Nevada Department of Corrections announced on Monday it will close Warm Springs Correctional Center.

Carson City's FISH transport car vandalized

The 1986 Honda Accord is used to transport clients in emotional crisis.

Nevada Dance Company presents Nutcracker Ballet Nov. 25-27

Nevada Dance Company’s 33rd Annual Nutcracker Ballet will include four performances.

Jim Valentine: Adapting the winter mindset

Perception is reality of course so don’t overreact to extreme weather.

Seats open on Carson City redevelopment, audit committees

Supervisors are seeking applications for the Redevelopment Authority Citizens Committee and the Audit Committee.

Renown expanding south Reno medical facility

The 120,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building will attach to the front facade of the existing South Meadows hospital.

Sunday, November 20

Carson City birth announcements for November 7 to 11, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for November 7 to 11, 2022

Do not wash your turkey: Thanksgiving food safety tips

Food safety tips to keep your family gatherings safe.

Nevada shows little fight against Fresno State

Grading Nevada’s 41-14 loss to Fresno State on Saturday at Mackay Stadium.

Mining company starts scholarship at Western Nevada College

$3,500 yearly scholarship for students who focus on mining-related interests.

Zero emission plan ‘important step’ for Carson public transit

Transportation officials are eyeing a zero-emission electrified future, at least for public transit.

Kelly Bullis: Increasing retirement savings

A bill in the Senate called the EARN act has some great potential.

Faith & Insight: The quest to be a good person

We are capable of doing wonderful things, but we can’t pay for our own waywardness.

Carson City gets grant for 3 years of free concert series

The grant is good for 2023, 2024 and 2025.

Saturday, November 19

Jim Hartman: The GOP's election disaster

This election proved Trumpism has become toxic.

Carson City road report for November 21 to 27, 2022

Carson City road report for November 21 to 27, 2022

Carson City schools collect food for FISH

Nearly 10,000 food items were collected from schools and donated.

Carson City’s O’Neill to lead Assembly GOP

P.K. O’Neill says one of his goals as Assembly minority leader will be to improve communications with the public.

Past Pages for November 19 to 22, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

New business owners imagine a midtown and beyond

The partners envision a dynamic marketplace with changing inventories and special events.

Friday, November 18

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Sale by Auction

Mountain lion attacks girl south of Reno

USDA’s APHIS Wildlife Services euthanized the mountain lion.

Roger Diez: Top Formula 1 team fighting itself

“It shows who he really is.”

Scharmann joins Churchill County commission

Replaces Dr. Greg Koenig, who was elected to the State Assembly District 38.

Carson City supervisors certify election results

Supervisors unanimously certified the results of the Nov. 8 general election.

Carson’s Story gets silver at National FFA Convention

Story earned a silver for dairy handling at the competition in Indianapolis.

Reno battery recycling company awarded $10 million federal grant

American Battery Technology Co., has been awarded a $9.99 million federal grant from the Department of Energy.

Nevada adds 7,500 jobs in October

That is 22,200 more jobs than the state had before the pandemic and 55,500 more jobs than there were in October 2021.

Thursday, November 17

Appeal reporter honored by Nevada Association of School Boards

Jessica Garcia received the Media Award for Outstanding Education Reporting for 2022.

Supervisors recognize deputy district attorney union

The Carson City Deputy District Attorney Association is now a bargaining unit.

Pack’s final home game features high-flying Fresno State

A look ahead to Saturday’s Mountain West football game between Nevada and Fresno State.

CCSD provides update on Read by Grade 3 program, literacy plan

Professional learning for teachers to keep fourth and fifth graders on track remains a point of development.

Lennar sales office in Carson City OK’d

Planning commissioners unanimously approved a special use permit for a temporary sales office.

Carson City’s Amodei hopeful of GOP-led House

Amodei also said the GOP needs to change its message.

Wednesday, November 16

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Notice of Election Results

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Application for Water No. 92194

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Application for Water No. 92205

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Unclaimed Property

Trina Machacek: Those horses and stream rules

Never change directions in the middle of your stream.

Joe Santoro: No passing = no success or fans for Pack

Pack crowds leave Mackay wondering why they left the house in the first place.

Jelly Bread’s Dave & Cliff to perform Saturday in Carson City

Dave Berry and Cliff Porter along with Blunderbusst will have sets for the next Musicale@TheMaizie.

Lecture series features World War II authors

This month’s Frances Humphrey Lecture Series at the Nevada State Museum feature: Legacies of the Silver State: Nevada Goes to War based on a war book written by Ken Beaton, David C. Henley and Steve Ranson.

Planning commissioners shoot down pot zoning proposals

Planning commissioners voted 4-1 against expanding allowable areas for dispensaries.

Executive director leaving Brewery Arts Center

Gina Lopez will become CEO of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

Pledging transparency, Lombardo bars some media from speech

Lombardo pledged transparency and put education at the top of his Republican agenda.

Fallon veteran receives state honor

The Nevada Department of Veteran Services recently recognized a Fallon veteran who has spent countless hours directing youth speech and essay contests as well as assisting new chief petty officers in community projects.

Lombardo carries Churchill County

Getto, Hyde return to the school board

Churchill County voters elected four members — two of them incumbents — to the nonpartisan school board and retained Sheriff Richard Hickox for four more years.

Veterans News: American Legion Post 16 provides Thanksgiving meals

American Legion Post 16, its auxiliary, other military organizations and volunteers will deliver Meals on Wheels dinners on Thanksgiving since the William N. Pennington Life Center (senior center) will be closed.

Agencies show off new location

The Churchill Entrepreneurial Development Association and the Fallon Chamber of Commerce recently hosted an open house at their new location, 290 W. Williams Ave.

Carson superintendent hears concerns over student behavior

Carson City Superintendent Andrew Feuling provided an overview of comments from site visits.

State police investigate Churchill fatal

The Nevada State Police is still investigating the cause of a fatal automobile crash that occurred on South Downs Lane and U.S. Highway 50 on Oct. 23. The preliminary investigation indicates that a 2007 Crane Well Driller driven by Jesus Agustin Mariezcurrena was traveling eastbound on U.S. 50 at about 3:06 p.m.

Community Bulletin Board for Nov. 17

Community Bulletin Board for Nov. 17

Jeanette Strong: The battle for democracy

“All people (are) shaken to their inner-most core by an irresistible desire to submit to a strong man and, at the same time, to hold sway over the defenseless. They are ready to kiss the shoes of any new master as long as they too are given someone to trample on.” Benito Mussolini, from “M: Son of the Century,” 2018

Group seeks Korean War veterans to attend movie

Honor Flight Nevada, Association of the United States Army General Westmoreland Chapter and Veterans of Foreign Wars Silver State Post 3396 are hosting on Nov. 23 the premier of “Devotion,” a film based on the book “Devotion: An Epic Story of Heroism, Friendship, and Sacrifice” by Adam Makos.

Movies & More: Your Community Owned & Operated Fallon Theatre

A big “thank you” to everyone that made our Veterans Day comedy special such a huge success. Please let us know if you would like to see comedy on our stage more often.

The scoop on ear tuffs and fluffs

Dear reader, sometimes a furry visitor blesses us with her presence. She has an owner, but likes to check out all the folks in the neighborhood. I love that she will sit in my lap and purr contentedly.

Past Pages for November 16 to 18, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

News from the Churchill County School District

Kirsten Ritchie’s freshmen biology class took a non-traditional exam to wrap up their unit. Ritchie transformed her lab into a hands-on testing space. “I like to give non-traditional exams to reduce testing anxiety and create a visual environment to test my students,” Ritchie said.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Stacie Bogdanowicz

A huge part of senior Stacie Bogdanowicz’s life has been agriculture. The passion for the subject has been fostered through her youth involvement with Churchill County 4-H as well as during her high school career. “My favorite class would have to be my Ag Class because it was always a good time and agriculture is a huge part of my life and it always has been,” said Bogdanowicz.

Ex-Greenwave champs McCormicks, Dooley return to region

A trio of ex-Greenwave football champions returned to the region. Sean and Tommy McCormick, playing for Idaho from the Football Championship Series, visited Sacramento last month as the Vandals took on a top-five foe, Sacramento State. Idaho led late before giving up a touchdown in the final minute as the Hornets escaped with the win to stay unbeaten on the season.

Ceremony officially opens Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza

On a cool, early November afternoon in front of a glassy lake on 300 Howard Drive on the west side of the Sparks Marina, close to 1,000 people came out on Nov. 4 to celebrate the official grand opening of the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza.

Nevada Department of Veteran Services honors veterans, veteran groups

William “Bill” Baumann, along with several other individuals and veterans’ support groups, recently received recognition.

Tuesday, November 15

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Unclaimed Property

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Petition to Change Minor Child's Name

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Notice of Lien Sale

Unofficial 2022 final Carson City election results

At a special meeting Nov. 18, starting at 8:30 a.m. in the community center, the Board of Supervisors will canvass the vote for the 2022 general election. State law requires the board to meet and canvass returns on or before the 10th day following the election, which was held Nov. 8.

AAA: 55 million expected to travel for Thanksgiving; gas prices highest ever

Nearly 55 million people are expected to travel for Thanksgiving, the organization said. For drivers, gas prices will be at their highest ever for the holiday.

Gibson resigns as chair of gaming control

Brin Gibson has resigned as chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Rankings: Fresno, Boise closing on titles

The Bulldogs can clinch the West Division title by beating the Nevada on Saturday.

Children’s museum reopens in Carson City with new exhibits

The Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada in Carson City has reopened under new management.

Carson schools’ graduation rate drops in 2022

The graduation rate fell from 85.71% in 2021 to 83.43% in 2022.

Gaming revenue forecast divides Nevada budget analysts

Analysts told the Economic Forum on Monday they pretty much agree on how sales tax revenues will come in.

Monday, November 14

Ramirez, Walt lead Carson school board races

Matt Clapham, who ran unopposed, takes the District 3 seat being vacated by Stacie Wilke-McCulloch.

ASWN president wants to impact more students

Making a difference with Western Nevada College students has become the driving force for Suzanna Stankute.

Carson City clerk candidates separated by 188 votes

The Carson City Clerk-Recorder updated local election results Monday.

Pack grades: Lifeless Nevada barely shows up in Boise State beatdown

Grading Nevada’s 41-3 loss to Boise State on Saturday at Mackay Stadium.

SBA disaster loan application deadline is Dec. 8

“Economic Injury Disaster Loans may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that cannot be paid because of the disaster’s impact."

Jim Valentine: Creative options to make it work

It is time for some to look to options.

Supervisors to canvass general election vote Nov. 18

Supervisors also will consider recognizing an employee union this week.

Carson school board special meeting set for Friday

Civil engineering consulting firm seeking to use parking lot.

Sunday, November 13

Carson City birth announcements for October 31 to November 4, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for October 31 to November 4, 2022

Shelly Aldean: Carson’s ‘slippery slope’ on pot

These demands will simply never end until we draw that proverbial “line in the sand” and simply say “enough is enough.”

Carson City launches survey for neighborhood streets

Residents are encouraged to provide their responses about their neighborhood streets.

Mile High Jazz Band to livestream big-band music Tuesday

Mile High Jazz Band will perform “Livestreamed and Kicking!” on Tuesday from 7:30-8:30 p.m.

Strategic plan goals topic at Carson City schools meeting

A meeting Wednesday will discuss metrics to achieve the plan’s larger goals.

Kelly Bullis: Student loan forgiveness

If you happen to be one of the folks with qualified student loans, here’s how you can apply for your loan forgiveness.

Faith & Insight: Bless the Lord

May the Lord‘s blessings rest upon each of you.

Sheriff: 3 arrested on drug, firearm charges

Kenneth Anderson, Joseph Desjardins, and Jess Fields were booked into the Carson City Jail.

Carson City Pot store zoning returns to planning commission

Tuesday's meeting starts at 3 p.m. in the community center.

Saturday, November 12

Jim Hartman: Racial preferences on the ropes

The Supreme Court appears poised to rule racial preferences in college admissions are illegal.

Carson City road report for November 14 to 20, 2022

Carson City road report for November 14 to 20, 2022.

Candy Cane Express, Train of Lights return to the Comstock

The Virginia Truckee Railroad Holiday steam trains depart from the original 1870 depot in Virginia City.

Garibaldi’s in Carson City rebranding as an Italian steakhouse

On April 1, 1995, Chef Mark Claypool bought Garibaldi’s Italian Ristorante.

Past Pages for November 12 to 15, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson voters support diesel tax, city explores road funding options

Carson City Supervisor Stacey Giomi noted there is more work to be done.

Friday, November 11

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Application

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Annual Statement

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Friday update: Latest 2022 General Election update from Carson City

Friday update: Latest 2022 General Election update from Carson City

Roger Diez: NASCAR championships muted by Gibbs’ death

Coy Gibbs died in his sleep just hours after his son became a champion.

775OFR assists CCSD with desert rescue

The 775OFR volunteer was able to extract an elderly woman's vehicle from and get it back onto a remote service road.

Deadline to cure mail ballots 5 p.m. Monday

The deadline to cure a signature discrepancy is 5 p.m. Monday, according to the Carson City Clerk-Recorder.

Ken Beaton: Happy Veterans Day

To everyone who has served or who is serving in our armed forces, “Happy Veterans Day."

Kate Johnson: ‘I forgot to lock the car door stuffed zucchini’ (recipe)

This is a good recipe to use up any excess produce you have in the fridge.

Carson Tahoe Cancer Center marks 16 years

Carson Tahoe Health is celebrating its 16th anniversary of opening the Carson Tahoe Cancer Center.

Ken Beaton: Learn how to take pleasure from living

Chuck Yeager could see enemy fighters 50 miles away.

Carson City barber celebrating 60 years in the business

Ricardo Romero started in Southern California in 1963.

Friday updates: 2022 Statewide (preliminary) General Election Results

Friday updates: 2022 Statewide (preliminary) General Election Results

Thursday, November 10

Latest 2022 General Election update from Carson City


How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Nevada (and Why It’s Still Worth It)

As of November 11, 2022, 37 states have legalized medical cannabis. The 2022 midterms brought the number of recreationally legal states to 21, plus Washington DC.

Carson Middle School pays tribute to veterans through concert, placards

Carson Middle School saluted Veterans Day on Thursday.

Clerk expects election update Thursday night

Aubrey Rowlatt is expecting to have election result updates Thursday night but couldn’t give an exact time.

WNMTC production of ‘Holiday Inn’ continues weekends through Nov. 20

There are seven performances remaining of this musical through Nov. 20.

Pack, on seven-game slide, gets rare Boise State visit

A look at Saturday’s Mountain West football game between Nevada and Boise State.

O’Neill wins third term representing Assembly District 40

Assemblyman P.K. O’Neill won his third term in the Nevada Assembly.

Thursday update: 2022 Statewide (preliminary) General Election Results

*** Results are unofficial. Votes can be counted for up to 10 days. ****

Carson High junior selected for Carnegie Hall Honors

Drea Cabral has been selected to perform under master conductors of the Honors Performance Series in New York City.

Wednesday, November 9

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Notice of Appointive Position Vacancy

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice fo Available Appointive Position

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Petition for Name Change

Douglas cross country runs at state

This past weekend in Boulder City, Douglas High School cross country had 10 runners cap their seasons at the Class 5A state cross country meet.

Nine area tennis players earn all-region honors

Douglas and Carson High Schools combined for nine tennis players on the Class 5A all-region teams released last week.

Area runners perform well at state cross country meet

Several area teams represented their schools at the State cross country meet in Boulder City this past weekend.

Falcons flying to Vegas

Sierra Lutheran volleyball heads to state tournament

Sierra Lutheran High School volleyball is on its way down to the state tournament after qualifying on its home floor this past weekend.

State champs

Young guns carry Carson girls to cross country state title

Carson High girls cross country brought home the program's 11th state title and first within the last decade.

Giomi, Horton lead supervisor races, diesel tax nears approval

Incumbent Carson City Ward 1 Supervisor Stacey Giomi appears to be holding on to his seat

Senators announce $21M in home energy grants

The senators said the funding will help families cover the costs of energy through this winter.

Carson City school board honors student essay winners

First place received $100; second, $50; and third, $30.

UPDATE THURSDAY: Churchill County election results

Churchill County unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election.

Cultural Commission, RTC seeking members

RTC applications will be accepted until Nov. 18.

Trina Machacek: The eyes have it

You never know how things affect another person’s world until you see it through their eyes.

Past Pages for November 9 to 11, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City vet, 91, gets high school diploma

Ben McCulley attended Bakersfield High School and should have walked with the Class of 1950.

2022 Statewide (preliminary) General Election Results

This story will be updated throughout the day and with early voting returns. Be sure to refresh. *** Results are unofficial. Votes can be counted for up to 10 days. ****

Tuesday, November 8

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Notice of Request for Voluntary Cancellation of Authority

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Filing of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Application

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

Ask The Dog Trainer: Getting Oscar ready for the holidays

How do we juggle such a full, chaotic house and continue the hard work we’ve been doing with our dog?

Fallon's season ends with one-point playoffs loss

After a 30-point home loss to Fallon during the regular season, the Spring Creek football team turned the tables in the Northern Region 3A playoffs.

VFW post celebrates centennial

VFW Post 1002 Lawton-Silva received its charter on Nov. 16, 1922.

Banner Churchill birth announcements through Oct. 23

Here are the Banner Churchill Community Hospital birth announcements through Oct. 23.

Koenig steps down from county commission

Churchill County Commissioner Greg Koenig has resigned from his position due to his election in June to the Nevada State Assembly.

Lahontan Valley community news briefs

Community news for the week of Nov. 7

Veterans News: 'Devotion' movie premier Nov. 23

The showing is at the Galaxy Theatre Victorian in Sparks. It is free to all Korean War veterans and guests.

Fallon Theatre plans Veterans Day showings

Special events planned for both Friday and Saturday at Fallon's community owned and operated theaer.

High Desert Grange ready for national event in Sparks

The Nugget in Sparks is hosting the 156th annual National Grange Convention from Nov. 15-19.

Nevada Traveler: Our Capitol almost ended up elsewhere

The Nevada Capitol in Carson City could have ended up in Winnemucca. Or Boise. Or American Flat. Or Virginia City.

The journey of tripawds dogs

After amputation, pets still have three legs, and they can quickly adjust to redistributing their weight to them.

News from the Churchill County School District

Updates from around the school district, including Halloween activities and the Shoshone Flag Song.

Oasis Senior Spotlight: Karmyn (Ky) Brown

Brown started at Oasis as a junior, and the concerns about transferring were immediately put at ease.

State offices close due to weather

All state executive branch offices will close, effective at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday in Carson City, Washoe County, Storey County, Lyon County, and Douglas County

Prep roundup: Oasis runner Bird competes at state XC meet

Oasis Academy freshman Matthew Bird finished 24th in Saturday’s 2A state cross-country championship in Boulder City.

Western Nevada College opening at 10 a.m. Wednesday

Western Nevada College will delay Wednesday's opening until 10 a.m.

Adam Romo: Farmhouse oat cakes

The process takes a little longer than your average pancake.

State internet network crashes, restored

The state’s internet network crashed Tuesday, temporarily shutting down state websites in the capital.

Ken Wilson’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad season

Wilson, as things stand now, would be fortunate to finish 3-9 this year.

Carson City schools salute veterans with events, displays

Carson City students are recognizing and honoring military men and women this week.

Live coverage: Early Carson City results posted for Tuesday, Nov. 8 general election

This story will be updated throughout the day and with early voting returns. Be sure to refresh. The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

New industrial site going up next to Reno airport

The former subdivision has been vacant since the 1980s.

Monday, November 7

Carson City man held on more than 20 felonies

Charges against Lawrence Gonzalez, 48, include domestic battery.

Peace posters displayed at Nevada Artists’ Association Gallery

Local entries for the Lions International Peace Poster Contest are now on display.

Aces get two PCL All-Star picks; Velazquez top manager

The Aces’ successful 2022 season continued as Gil Velazquez was named the PCL's Manager of the Year, with Stone Garrett and Matt Davidson also garnering PCL All-Star selections.

Jim Valentine: Want to be in by Christmas?

Buyers can look for months for the right home and seller’s scenario before they start the sale process.

San Diego State hands UNLV 4th straight loss

Boise State holds top spot in weekly rankings.

Ahern would welcome A's to Las Vegas Strip

"I think it would be great here," Don Ahern said.

Open Space Advisory Committee has open seat

There is one open position for a partial term that expires January 2024.

Carson school board to discuss 2022 grad rates

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees meeting begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Nevada secretary of state declines to lift hand-count ban

RENO — Nevada’s secretary of state declined Friday to lift a ban on a rural county’s controversial early hand-count of mail-in ballots, saying a modified procedure the county clerk proposed still raises “concerns relating to the integrity of the election.’’

Sunday, November 6

Carson City births announcements for October 20 to 28, 2022

Carson City births announcements for October 20 to 28, 2022

Letters to the Editor for November 5, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Lyon commission to correct public health officer action

Its original motion exceeded the scope of the agenda.

Carson High School AVID students visit UC Davis

Advancement Via Individual Determination students took a field trip to the University of California, Davis.

Suspect in Vegas reporter's murder gets trial date

April 17 trial date set in stabbing death of Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.

Kelly Bullis: Does inflation impact your taxes?

Are we having enough inflation yet? More is coming.

Faith & Insight: Let’s talk about God and politics

Vote! Then pursue the greatest ruler, who does not fail or change depending on what party is in power.

Credit union expands banking for cannabis-related businesses

When Chief Martin Brody, Roy Scheider’s character in the 1975 movie Jaws, first lays eyes on the massive shark while spreading chum at sea, he utters one of cinema’s most enduring and iconic lines: “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” It’s kind of the same for banking executives at Greater Nevada Credit Union after expanding a 2020 pilot program that provided banking services to cannabis-related businesses in the Silver State. After taking more than 40 clients since the program's inception, GNCU realized it needed to invest in larger counting machines to handle the heavy volume of cash generated from its CRB customers.

Saturday, November 5

Jim Hartman: Sprint to the election finish line

Results from the first week of early voting beginning Oct. 22 portend a lower turnout than experts forecast.

Dust Devils ride ‘Dayton mindset’ to 3A North volleyball title

The Dust Devils won both their matches Saturday to claim the 3A championship, opening the day with a three-set win over Elko before edging Spring Creek in five sets.

Sisolak aides: Ex-prisons chief asked $1M to stay quiet

ex-state Department of Corrections chief Charles Daniels resigned Sept. 30.

Carson City road report for November 6 to 13, 2022

Carson City road report for November 6 to 13, 2022

Carson High girls cross country wins Class 5A state championship

The Carson High girls cross country team won the girls Class 5A state championship Saturday in Boulder City.

Carson City Symphony announces 7th annual scholarship

The award of $250 to $1,000 is to further the student’s music education.

ACLU requests probe into Nye County hand-count

ACLU said a Republican official with a firearm removed an observer from a hand-count tally room.

Rotary Club of Carson City to hear from Northern Nevada Diabetes Association

More than 37 million adults in the United State have diabetes, another 96 million are prediabetic, and the numbers are rising. Members of the Rotary Club of Carson City will learn about how diabetes in impacting Northern Nevadans at the next club meeting.

Past Pages for November 5 to 8, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Sierra Scott leading Carson City’s arts and culture effort

The 41-year-old Carson City resident is the city’s new arts and culture supervisor.

Friday, November 4

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Official Notice of Public Hearing - November 15, 2022

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Official Notice of Public Hearing - November 15, 2022

Roger Diez: Final 4 for the NASCAR Cup championship

History tells us that the champion has always won the final race.

CCSO uses taser, pepper balls on resistant vandal

A 29-year-old Carson City man was arrested Friday morning after he and a 24-year-old Carson City woman were caught tagging power boxes.

Carson City thrift ready for holiday shoppers

Classy Seconds theme this year is "Christmas Tree Farm."

Unusual court bid in fight over Churchill County toad

Power plant is asking to scale back by 80% the original plan approved last November.

Family Education Night at Carson Middle School set for Monday

Carson Middle School will host a Family Education Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday.

Non-partisan voters pass Republicans in total registration

Democrats still lead in total registration in Nevada with 721,457 registered voters.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Great Dane needs help with doorbell

I swear it’s like an earthquake when that doorbell rings!

Supervisors present veterans, flood awareness proclamations

The Board of Supervisors presented two proclamations Thursday.

Thursday, November 3

Miner volleyball too strong for Tigers in postseason

Top-seeded Bishop Manogue volleyball was too strong for Douglas in Wednesday night's regionals semifinal.

OT goal ends Douglas girls soccer's season

McQueen escapes in second overtime period

Douglas High girls soccer pushed second-seeded McQueen to overtime Wednesday afternoon, but the Lancers were able to advance to the regional finals.

Andersen Ranch West project sent back to planning commission

A controversial proposal to create 61 residential lots on the historic Andersen Ranch west of Ormsby Boulevard is heading back to the planning commission.

Transient arrested in Carson City on child porn charge

21-year-old suspect said his girlfriend was 14.

Carson City powersports store expands under new ownership

A five-year buyout by Georgia-based Outdoor Network had been completed.

Local author focuses on Nevada history

The long-time Nevadan wanted to talk about Nevada history and how it intersects with her passion for storytelling.

Wednesday, November 2

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Notice of Land Sale Fallon, Nevada

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Notice to Contractors

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Filing of Proposed Ordinance & Public Hearing

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Petition for Change of Name

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors (60-Day Notice)

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Notice of Amended Joint Application

Trina Machacek: If wishes were dimes

I have given dimes a lot of thought. Too much? No, I don’t think so.

Carson, Lyon open burn periods announced

The Carson City Fire Department will begin its fall open burn period on Nov. 5 and close burning on Dec. 4.

JoAnne Skelly: Fruit tree tips from ‘Michael’s Apples’

Michael Janik is a fruit tree expert for our area.

Tiger volleyball rolls into regional semifinal

Douglas travels to No. 1 Bishop Manogue tonight

Douglas High volleyball had little trouble with Carson in the opening round of the Class 5A North regional playoffs Tuesday night.

Joe Santoro: Spartans now the standard for Pack

Time to forget the dream of becoming the next Boise State.

Mammovan offering screenings in Gardnerville

Wednesday and Thursday, the Mammovan will be parked at the Douglas County Senior Center.

Museum hosts Dia de los Muertos this weekend

A full day of activities will take place on Saturday

Chamber members tour arts center

Monthly luncheon focused on the history, current shows at venue

Fallon’s jewel at the east end of Oats Park has been a cultural mecca for patrons not in the Lahontan Valley but also for music and art aficionados from all over the West Coast.

General election set for Tuesday

Early voting continues through Saturday

Only a few days of early voting in Churchill County remain, but for those who procrastinated with early voting or sending in a ballot, the in-person general election is Tuesday at the Fallon Convention Center.

Laxalt bus tour stops in Fallon

Senatorial candidate to visit every county before the general election

U.S. senatorial candidate Adam Laxalt completed his first week of a two-week bus tour with local stops in Fallon, Fernley and Carson City on Oct. 26 to speak to voters in every county of the state.

Community Bulletin Board: USDA Emergency Rural Health Care

USDA Rural Development is awarding $3.7 million to improve health care and recovery services in rural Nevada. “In Nevada, we see a growing need to further ensure people in our smaller communities enjoy access to care as close to home as possible,” said Lucas Ingvoldstad, the USDA Rural Development state director.

Veteran's News: VFW anniversary

The Lawton-Silva Post 1001 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is celebrating its 100th year anniversary on Nov. 19 at its hall on 405 S. Maine St. Since 1922, the local VFW chapter has provided a century of service to Fallon and the Lahontan Valley community.

Jeanette Strong: Social Security and our future

“Social Security and Medicare, if you qualify, you just get it no matter what the cost… We ought to turn everything into discretionary spending so it's all evaluated.” Sen. Ron. Johnson, R-Wis, Aug. 2

Beware of feline panleukopenia virus

Me and Ow here, and we have been asked to discuss feline distemper, which is caused by the panleudopenia virus. This highly contagious disease affects kittens and unvaccinated cats. It is one of the deadliest diseases in the unvaccinated cat population.

Commissioners meet Thursday

The Churchill County commissioners' meeting is Thursday at 8:15 a.m. Location change: Due to early voting in the Churchill County Commission Chambers, the commissioners will meet in Room 102 in the County Administration Building, 155 N. Taylor St. Live stream will not be available for this meeting.

Movies & More: Your Community Owned & Operated Fallon Theatre

We welcome November this weekend, Nov. 4-5, with two great movies which will be playing Friday and Saturday evenings.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Ariana Wolf

As part of a military family, senior Ariana Wolf has attended numerous schools. After attending three schools her freshman year alone she settled into Oasis in January 2020.

Banner Health Churchill Community Hospital Auxiliary seeks volunteers

Retired? Empty Nester? Kids at school during the day? Bored, need something to do? Want to make new friends? Would you like to do something for your community?

Photo gallery: Churchill County Parks and Recreation haunted house

The Churchill County Parks and Recreation did something new with its annual haunted house.

Bird qualifies for state cross-country meet

Fallon senior duo finishes XC career at regionals

When he found out that he could not play football this season, Matthew Bird was crushed.

Carson High band students celebrate 81-year-old’s birthday

Fred Wiersma said the students’ gesture “made his year.”

Fallon football scores 35 selections on all-region, league teams

Wave host Spring Creek Friday in playoff semis

After leading the Greenwave to the No. 1 seed in the 3A North playoffs, Fallon coach Brooke Hill and quarterback Bryce Adams were named Co-Coach and Offensive Most Valuable Player of the Year.

Prep roundup: Lady Wave doubles teams compete at state

The Lady Wave’s two doubles tennis teams — along with the rest of the 3A North — had difficulties getting past The Meadows in Friday’s state tournament at the Plumas Tennis Center in Reno.

Past Pages for November 2 to 4, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City Sheriff's Office seeks juvenile runaway

CCSO is looking 14-year-old Kaci Furtado.

Tuesday, November 1

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Sale

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Amended Joint Application

Tiger harriers are state bound

Douglas High cross country had a team qualifier plus a few individuals from this past Friday's regional meet.

Underdogs to champs

Carson High girls cross country wins regional title, area runners qualify for state meet

Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran cross country all had state qualifiers from this past Friday's regional meet.

Performers get into character for the debut of "The Great Gadfly"

Actors in the upcoming performances of The Great Gadfly Murder Mystery are busy perfecting their roles this week in anticipation of the debut of the play this weekend. The lighthearted murder mystery opens this Friday in the Brewery Arts Center’s Performance Hall. Produced and performed by the Proscenium Players, Inc, (PPI) the show runs over the first two weekends in November.

MW rankings: 13 seconds save Fresno State’s season

"This is what great memories are made of."

State: 97% of Carson teachers effective or better

Student performance did not figure into teachers’ feedback during the 2021-22 school year.

Trick-or-treaters descend on Governor’s Mansion

“It’s probably the most nonpartisan thing that happens all year."

Reno builder moves quickly on Carson eateries

New restaurants popping up in Carson City are complex structures that take a specialized understanding to build.