Stories for October 2022


Monday, October 31

Galena scores late to beat Carson

Senator girls soccer concludes best season since ’16

Carson High girls soccer went back and forth with Galena Monday evening in the first round of the Class 5A North regional playoffs.

Lash calls game

Douglas High girls soccer into regional semis with last-minute tally

Douglas High took on Reno in the opening round of the Northern Class 5A regional playoffs Monday night, finishing the contest in thrilling fashion.

High winds, cold temps, maybe snow coming to Carson City

Western Nevada could see its first snow of the season Tuesday.

Investigation ongoing into death of two juveniles in UTV crash

Churchill County Sheriff Richard Hickox released this statement Monday afternoon: "The Churchill County Sheriff’s Office has received several inquiries from area Media sources regarding the tragic death of two juveniles and the events leading to those deaths over the weekend.

Pack shows first signs of growth, but Spartans pick up the win

Grading Nevada’s 35-28 loss to San Jose State on Saturday.

Carson City arts discussion at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting

Carson City’s Arts Community is thriving. Members of the Rotary Club of Carson City will learn more about the City’s Arts and Culture programs plus future plans when Mayor Lori Bagwell joins members at the club’s next meeting. The meeting takes place Tuesday, November 1, at noon in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom. The public is invited to attend.

Divers find bone believed to be human at receding Lake Mead

Divers have found more human remains at drought-stricken Lake Mead near Las Vegas, authorities said Thursday. A National Park Service dive team confirmed Oct. 18 that a bone found a day earlier at Callville Bay was part of “human skeletal remains'' on the Nevada side of the Colorado River reservoir behind Hoover Dam, according to a statement from the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Groups to US: Protect Nevada flower from mine or face court

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Conservationists who won a court order against U.S. wildlife officials say they’ll sue them again for failing to protect a Nevada wildflower whose last remaining habitat could be destroyed by a lithium mine.

Nevada National Guard bucks national recruiting shortage trend

The Nevada National Guard ranks among the top in the nation among the 54 states, territories, and the District of Columbia with a National Guard organization in soldier and airmen recruitment, according to recent recruiting data.

Early voting continues this week for Nov. 8 general election

In-person early in-person voting will continue from today through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Carson City Community Center Gymnasium, 851 E. William St.

Two new affordable housing projects planned in Reno

One local and one out-of-state multifamily development company announced that they will bring two new affordable housing projects to Northern Nevada.

Trick or treating today in Carson City

On Monday, trick-or-treating will take place from 5-8 p.m. There will be music and entertainment for the whole family.

Sunday, October 30

Hand vote count stops, but Nevada county vows to try again

A rural Nevada county roiled by voting machine conspiracy theories stopped its unprecedented effort Friday to hand count ballots cast in advance of Election Day.

Walmart North Carson store celebrates grand re-opening

Seventeen years after the Walmart opened its Carson City Supercenter off Retail Drive in October 2005, the store celebrated its grand “reopening” after completely remodeling the inside and repainting the exterior.

Faith & Insight: Replace anxiety with the peace of God

“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with Thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7

NJROTC cadets support breast cancer awareness with pink cords

CHS NJROTC cadets present a check to Angelina Craig, director of philanthropy, and Brittany Munns, philanthropy coordinator at Carson Tahoe Health.

Senior Spotlight: Carson High’s Ash Fajayan drums up success

This week Carson High School is pleased to present Ash Fajayan as its Senior in the Spotlight! Ash Fajayan has excelled throughout all 4 years at Carson High School and is an amazing representation of what it means to be a Senator.

Panera Bread and Bakery invites you to gather and break bread

It’s five o’clock somewhere and on Tuesday, October 18, at 5 pm in Carson City, Panera Bread and Bakery held their official grand opening and ribbon cutting to announce to the region the first Manna Development Group Panera Bread franchise in Northern Nevada.

Dan O'Connor: The Colorado miracle

She flows from north to south many hundreds of miles. She brings precious life-giving water and power to tens of millions of people who greatly depend on her.

Kelly Bullis: When to start taking Social Security benefits

I know all you young whipper snappers out there are rolling your eyes right now. So, I’ll save you the trouble of reading any further. This article is for older folks. (Of course, if you’re curious what Social Security is all about and you are in the “young crowd” go ahead and keep reading, you might pick up a thing or two.)

Saturday, October 29

Photo gallery: 2022 Nevada Day festivities

Photo gallery: 2022 Nevada Day festivities

Will the bad days of foreclosures come back?

As we find ourselves moving into, or are already in, a recession, the question has come up a few times about foreclosures. It wasn’t that long ago, 2008, that we saw the beginning of the last recession. Who knew what was going to be forthcoming at that time? It began slowly and built up such incredible market-changing momentum that most people froze in their real estate dealings during the year 2009.

Carson Pediatric Dentistry officially opens its new doors

Many local dignitaries gathered Saturday morning to cut the official ribbon to unveil the new location of Carson Pediatric Dentistry.

Past Pages for Oct. 29-Nov. 1

Past Pages for Oct. 29-Nov. 1

Recipe: Swordfish steaks

Swordfish happens to be one of my favorite fish to cook or grill. It is very rich and filling. The consistency holds up really well when on the grill or pan-frying.

Roger Diez: Verstappen wins again; F1 record in sight

For a while it looked like Lewis Hamilton might pull out the Formula 1 win at the Circuit of the Americas after Max Verstappen had a slow pit stop. But the Mercedes team put Hamilton on hard tires and Red Bull opted for mediums for Verstappen, who chased down Lewis to take the win. It was a bittersweet victory, coming on the heels of the death of Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz, to whom Verstappen dedicated the race.

Review: Hangtown Music Festival ‘a huge success’ looks to festivals at Nevada County Fairgrounds

Many gathered to dance and have fun in Grass Valley last weekend for what would be the final Hangtown Music Festival. The four-day festival hosted by Railroad Earth entertained many with non-stop music from morning until after midnight. Although the festival concludes this chapter under the name of Hangtown, the organizers plan to keep the same energy flowing into the next music festival project.

Letter to the editor

Presidential Oath of Office: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

JoAnne Skelly: Its bulb-planting time

I asked for daffodil bulbs for my birthday this year. Since my date is in August, the bulbs came just a couple of weeks ago, which is perfect. I have been waiting for some cold weather before planting them, because I don’t want them to start growing now. With the recent freezing nights, I’m ready to plant.

Marilyn Foster: See the Rockies through a train window

Traveling via train anywhere is as exciting today for those of us who live in the west as it was in the day before airplanes and automobiles became the preferred mode of travel for the masses.

Jim Hartman: Voting ‘No’ on questions 1 and 2

Nevada voters will decide three ballot questions on the general election ballot.

Friday, October 28

Carson City legal - 28761

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 28739

Accessibility of SARA TITLE III Hazardous Substance Information

Lyon County legal - 28742

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28725

Notice Requesting Public Comment

Carson City legal - 28791

Quarterly Report of Total Receipts & Expenditures

Birth announcements


Carson City Road Report for Oct. 31-Nov. 4

Road Report as of Oct. 27. The following information applies to the period of Oct. 31 – November 4:

Reno’s Boomtown to open new dining-gaming option

Construction is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Raiders’ history-making president speaks at Nevada Day event

Morgan, the first black woman to be named president of an NFL franchise, was the featured speaker at the WIN “Nevada Day Celebration” breakfast at the Atlantis in Reno.

Pack’s first must-win game comes against SJSU

The Wolf Pack’s slim chances for a bowl invitation will be on the line in each of the final four games of the year.

Highway 395 repaving Monday near Cradlebaugh

Lane closures will take place 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday on Highway 395 near Cradlebaugh Bridge in Carson Valley. CalTrans announces work on Highways 4, 88 and 89 in Alpine County.

Andersen Ranch West heads to Carson City Board of Supervisors

A controversial proposal to create 61 residential lots on a historic ranch in west Carson City is going before the Board of Supervisors at their meeting Nov. 3, which starts at 8:30 a.m. in the community center.

Painting exhibition on display at Carson City Community Center

Inspired by her own enthusiasm and current social issues, Ubon Edmond’s painting exhibition, “From the Heart,” presents a colorful look at her world, both real and imaginary.

Carson City planning commissioners approve request for guest house in Adams Estates

A proposal for a 1,176-square-foot guest house in the Adams Estates subdivision became controversial Wednesday as planning commissioners weighed neighbors’ concerns against the merits of the request. Planning commissioners voted 4-3 to approve a special use permit for applicant Tom Metcalf, who is seeking to build a guest house larger than 1,000 square feet for a family member while concurrently building a primary residence. Current code prevents such a guest house from being rented out.

Thursday, October 27

Senators startle Bishop Manogue in regional opener

Carson High football gave top-seeded Bishop Manogue a scare in the first half Thursday of the Class 5A regional opener.

Laxalt bus tour stops in Carson City

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 Carson City on Wednesday and Minden and Virginia City on Thursday. Laxalt vowed to speak to voters in every county of the state.

Nevada Humane Society offers free pet adoptions Saturday

The Nevada Humane Society rescue pets, staff and volunteers will participate in Saturday’s Nevada Day Parade. The society team will be in the parade with adoptable shelter puppies and dogs – all of which will be available for adoption for free after the parade at the exhibitor table located in the Carson Mall parking lot between Dutch Bros. and the Nashville Social Club.

Get Healthy Carson City: Think Pink for mammograms this October

It is that time of year again. Yes, it is time for everything pumpkin spice. And it’s also Breast Cancer Awareness Month, recognized every October to remind communities of the importance of screening for breast cancer.

Carson falls to Douglas on Senior Night

Rematch Tuesday to open regional play

Carson High volleyball locked up the No. 4 seed for the regional postseason, setting up a rematch with a familiar foe to open regional play.

Carson City planning commissioners continue pot dispensary request

More than a month after the Carson City Board of Supervisors voted to allow more retail marijuana shops in Carson City, the Planning Commission pumped the brakes on a proposal to expand zones within the city where they can operate.

Tigers to go dancing

Douglas ends season with back-to-back wins, opens regional play at Carson Tuesday

Douglas High volleyball is into the postseason, starting early next week with a rematch from Wednesday night.

2022 Nevada Day Parade Lineup

Nevada Day Parade Lineup

Carson High’s garden project continues growth

On Oct. 22, Carson High School biology students held a native plant sale and offered community members a first look at the school’s garden areas in partnership with local nonprofits Nevada Monarch Society and Nevada Bugs and Butterflies, according to biology teacher and NMS director Julie Koop.

Nominations for Aldax watershed award due Nov. 18

The Carson Water Subconservancy District is seeking nominations for the 2023 Andy Aldax Award that highlights individuals and organizations who have worked to protect and conserve the Carson River watershed.

Bobcat opens North Valleys facility to improve shipping times

Since 1998 Bobcat has served the entire U.S. from its flagship aftermarket parts distribution facility in Woodridge, Ill.

Motorcyclist in September fatal crash identified

Nevada State Police has released the name of the motorcyclist killed in a crash on Geiger Grade near mile marker 6 in Storey County on Sept. 24.

Wednesday, October 26

Churchill County legal - 28717

Notice of change of regularly scheduled Commission, Highway Commission & CC Communications' Board Meetings

Churchill County legal - 28707

Amended Notice of Hearing

Churchill County legal - 28712

Notice to Creditors

Churchill County legal - 28678

Notice to Creditors

Churchill County legal - 28386

Notice of Biennial Meeting - November 8, 2022 @ 5:30 p.m.

Churchill County legal - 28518

Application for Water No. 91891

Churchill County legal - 28446

Notice of Hearing

Nevada Day Parade safety tips

Nevada Day, Inc. and the Carson City Sheriff's Office work together to ensure a safe and enjoyable Nevada Day celebration. Prior to the big event, we want to remind parade participants and spectators to follow some simple rules:

Trina Machacek: A new something

It is almost beyond me to think of going in and buying a new car today.

Lions Club designated Nevada Day button vendor

The Carson City Host Lions Club has been designated an official vendor of the Nevada Day Button. Lions will be selling the buttons again this year during the Nevada Day Parade for $2.

Wolf Pack third in ESPN’s ‘Bottom 10’ rankings

Nevada (2-6 overall) trails only Charlotte (1-7) and Akron (1-6) in the latest Bottom 10 list, released Wednesday.

Past Pages for Oct. 26-Oct. 28

Things about the Depot. We observed yesterday great activity about the railroad depot. Work on the buildings was going on rapidly. A large quantity of freight was unloading for this place and loaded cars on every track for Virginia. Timber, lumber, pig iron and merchandise of all kinds, loaded on flats and in box cars, all waiting for the busy men at the tunnel to open up the road and connect again the mines with the outside world.

Joe Santoro: Pack has played itself into must-win territory

As far as the Wolf Pack is concerned, it has a string of four bowl games in a row starting Saturday night at San Jose State.

There’s an app for that: Nevada Day and Carson City

Nevada Day Inc. and Visit Carson City have partnered once again with MOPO, the recreational experiences app, to provide up-to-date Nevada Day information and content in an easy-to-access mobile app.

Nevada Day events 2022

Beginning at 10 a.m., it’s the 84th annual Nevada Day Parade. The event is the largest celebration of statehood in the country.

Stewart Indian School open as part of Nevada Day festivities

Visitors coming to Carson City for the Nevada Day Parade and other activities are encouraged to visit the Stewart Indian School Cultural Center & Museum from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday.

Senators open postseason at No. 1 Manogue

Carson High football opens up the Class 5A regional playoffs at No. 1 Bishop Manogue

Historical Society to reveal Adele’s dollhouse replica Nov. 6

Adele’s — for Carson City residents, just that one word can summon memories of a special holiday meal, or where you went after graduation, or the site of a wedding proposal, or a cozy evening with friends, supplied with appetizers and a glass of wine. Now, the Carson City Historical Society will provide the perfect aid: a dollhouse replica of Adele’s given to the society by Diane Bertram of Washington.

Voters brave the rain on first day

Early voting in Churchill County ends on Nov. 4

A light, yet morning rain on Saturday kept many county voters home for the day, but a steady stream of residents still voted for statewide and local candidates at the Churchill County Commission Chambers.

Wreaths remember fallen veterans

National program slated for Dec. 17 at area cemeteries

The annual Wreaths Across America program is less than two months away, but the fundraising to place a wreath on every veteran’s grave is continuing for both the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery at Fernley and the Churchill County Cemetery.

School board candidates tackle questions

Editor’s note — Both The Fallon Post and Lahontan Valley News are writing recaps from Candidates Night on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The LVN is reporting on the school board, while The Fallon Post is reporting on city council and sheriff. Candidates for the Churchill County School Board squared off against each other Tuesday, Oct. 18, answering questions about why they would make a good trustee for the next four years.

City Council candidates have their say

Both The Fallon Post and Lahontan Valley News are writing recaps from Candidates’ Night on Tuesday. The LVN is reporting on the school board, while The Fallon Post is reporting on the city council and sheriff.

Sheriff speaks at Candidates Night

Both The Fallon Post and Lahontan Valley News are writing recaps from Candidates Night on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The LVN is reporting on the school board, while The Fallon Post is reporting on the city council and sheriff. Questions were submitted by members of the public by email and in person at the event.

Wave’s big win clinches top seed in 3A North playoffs

What started out as a promising season for the Lowry football team turned into an injury-plagued year by the end of October. With a number of players hurt and moved around to different spots, the Buckaroos finished the 2022 season on Senior Night this past Friday against Northern 3A East champion Fallon.

Prep roundup: Fallon doubles teams punch ticket to 3A state

In 3A North regional tennis action last week at the Plumas Tennis Center in Reno, both Lady Wave doubles teams advanced to the semifinals and qualified for this week’s 3A state tournament.

Playoff berth on the line for Fallon volleyball; Oasis drops key match

After coming from behind to force a fifth game against Fernley on Wednesday, Fallon’s volleyball team rebounded from the midweek loss to score one of the biggest upsets of the regular season.

How to lower heart disease and breast cancer risk at the same time

It turns out that many of the lifestyle behaviors that help fight off breast cancer in women also can help them avoid heart disease.

WNC News and Notes: Western hosting trick of treating, costume party on Halloween Day

Halloween only comes once a year and the Western Nevada College campus in Fallon is making sure it will be a memorable one for students and the community.

Military briefs: Toys for Tots golf Nov. 5

The Fallon Toys for Tots drive is gearing up to provide children in the Northern Nevada Community with many gifts for the holidays.

Grammy-nominated singer comes to Fallon

As a Grammy-nominated singer and touring band member with the legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen, Perla Batalla knew there was much of Cohen’s body of work she still wanted to perform and record.

Community Bulletin Board: Halloween events scheduled

• The Churchill County Search and Rescue's Trunk or Treat is Oct. 29 from 4-7 p.m. at Venturacci Park.

Bighorn News: Eighth-grade team wins championship

The Lady Bighorn eighth grade girls’ basketball team finished the season undefeated and as Sagebrush League Champions.

News from the Churchill County School District

Students in Anne Smith’s Outdoor Adventure class took a field trip to Sand Harbor State Park. They learned paddle boarding/kayaking safety and got to explore Lake Tahoe from the water.

David C Henley: VW bus back in production

It was early September about 25 years ago, and I was heading from home to downtown Fallon to buy gas, groceries and a new broom.

Banner Churchill Community Hospital birth announcements

BANNER CHURCHILL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL To Bridget and Josh Kaylor, Parker Olivia Kaylor, born Sept. 8, 2022, weighing 6 pounds and 12 ounces. To Angela Moore, Cassidy Lynne Moore, born Sept. 9, 2022, weighing 6 pounds and 2 ounces. To Cheyanna and Christopher Bloomfield, Theodore Edward Bloomfield, born Sept. 13, 2022, weighing 8 pounds and 14 ounces. To Rhiannon and Patrick Korves, Daemon Alexander Korves, born Sept. 19, 2022, weighing 8 pounds and 13 ounces. To Ryan and Angela Trousdale, Lilynn Lynn Trousdale, born Sept. 23, 2022, weighing 7 pounds and 8 ounces. To Paula Cummings and Kevin League, Dawson Michael League, born Sept. 26, 2022, weighing 8 pounds and 3 ounces.

The Nevada Traveler: A peek at Nevada’s mountain peaks

The late David W. Toll—one of the state’s most gifted wordsmiths—once described the mountains of Central Nevada as being “like sleeping women, sprawling languorously across every horizon.”

FIV is definitely not the cat’s meow

Me and Ow here, and we have been called upon to write about cats and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV). FIV is one of the most common and serious infectious diseases of cats around the world. FIV attacks the immune system, which leaves us vulnerable to many infections.

Tuesday, October 25

Douglas County legal - 28461

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Carson City legal - 28565

Notice of Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 28729

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 28673

Notice of Public Sale

Carson City legal - 28671

Notice of Public Meeting - November 3, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.

Carson City legal - 28691

Notice of Filing and of Publications - Public Hearing on November 17, 2022

Douglas High postseason picture

Douglas High has three teams looking for a postseason spot through the final week of regular season play.

Postseason Picture

Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran athletics vying for postseason spots

Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran all have athletic teams hoping to secure the best sports possible for the postseason next week.

Boise State climbs to top of Mountain West rankings; Pack 11th

Broncos hold off Air Force in battle for Mountain Division lead; Nevada losing streak at six.

New Carson City medical facility slated to open in 2024

Located at 1946 Old Hot Springs Road, the building will house Carson Medical Group’s family medicine providers, an ear, nose and throat practice, and a walk-in clinic.

Blue Thunder finishes first at Damonte Marching Invitational

The Carson High School Blue Thunder Marching Band performed at the Damonte Marching Invitational, finishing again in first place in the AA band division. The band also earned additional awards for outstanding music and outstanding general effect.

Lyon commission OKs Haskin, staff to move on projects list

Interim Lyon County Manager Andrew Haskin and staff members have refocused their priorities after former county manager Jeff Page announced his retirement in September.

Math Week designed to change way math is experienced

In an effort to deepen relationships with math by changing the way math is experienced, the Carson City School District, in partnership with Mind Research Institute, will host special events and activities designed to create a passion for fostering mathematical thinking.

Industrial park under development at TRIC

The park could add as much as 9 million square feet of new Class A inventory

Monday, October 24

Great Gadfly Murder Mystery to debut at Brewery Arts Center

The production is an interactive murder-mystery done as an old school radio show.

Pack grades: Nevada makes a QB switch, but losing streak grows to six

Wolf Pack offense still appears stuck in neutral, but Shane Illingworth’s performance gives hope for the final four games.

Mills Park master plan meeting Nov. 15

The public is invited to share ideas on how to make Mills Park “more enjoyable for locals and visitors to Carson City.”

JoAnne Skelly: Free plants

My favorite way of getting free plants is to collect seeds.

Giomi tops contributions for Carson City supervisor race

Stacey Giomi raised approximately $9,182 in contributions exceeding $100 in the last filing period.

Churchill County toad fight similar to landmark case

The battle over a power plant has set the stage for another potentially significant test of the nation's premier wildlife protection law.

Jim Valentine: Mineral rights and other considerations

Know what you are buying, and you might find a bonus to your portfolio.

Letters to the Editor for October 22, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Pot dispensaries back before planning commission

Another ordinance proposing a code change for marijuana dispensaries is coming before planning commissioners.

Sunday, October 23

Linda Marrone: Ring in fall with winter squash (recipe)

Besides apples and pears, my next favorite fall thing is winter squash.

No fondness between Sisolak, Lombardo

Five years ago, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and Joe Lombardo stood together in the national spotlight.

Senior Spotlight: Carson High’s Dariana Pineda Herrera

Dariana Pineda Herrera is an amazing student at Carson High School. She is a dedicated, hard-working and highly intelligent young woman who has set high goals for herself. She came to the United States when she was six and a half years old, and it was only then, when she started school at Mark Twain Elementary, that she started learning to speak English. Her family has a great belief in the power of education. Both of her parents attended college in Nicaragua; her mom earned a degree in banking and her dad completing a welding program. Both parents now both own their own businesses.

Nevada voters weigh state version of Equal Rights Amendment

Question 1 would amend Nevada's Constitution to ensure equal rights for all, “regardless of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, ancestry, or national origin."

Kelly Bullis: Watch out for identity theft

There are evil people out there who have no problem trying to trick you.

Faith & Insight: Life happens

Put your trust in God, he makes everything beautiful in its time.

Bill would revamp Nevada school board membership

Lt. Gov. Lisa Cano Burkhead has filed for legislation she said will modernize and professionalize school boards across the state.

Saturday, October 22

Carson City birth announcements for October 8 to 14, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for October 8 to 14, 2022

Let’s get it started: WNC offers assortment of late-start classes

Western Nevada College ensures that students who are unable to start at the beginning of the semester have alternatives in their personal schedule to take higher education courses.

Local printers discuss operations in Carson City

The shop provides business cards, flyers, posters, stationery, banners, apparel, and more.

Jim Hartman: Homestretch: Lombardo, Laxalt with slim polling leads

We should anticipate both the Lombardo-Sisolak and Laxalt-Cortez Masto races will be very “closely run things” on Nov. 8.

Carson City road report for October 24 to 30, 2022

Carson City road report for October 24 to 30, 2022

WNC art teacher’s paintings on exhibit in Carson City

Gwaylon Leaf’s paintings use a visual language synthesized from Taoist coded language and symbols.

Forty years of instruction

Kicking coach Jim de Arrieta is in his 40th season with the Senators

Jim de Arrieta is in his 40th season instructing the Carson High kicking staff and the Senators once again have one of the best units in Northern Nevada.

Reno man gets prison for death threats to politicians

Matthew Carter was found guilty in September of three felony counts of aggravated talking and one count of misdemeanor harassment.

Power outage impacting east Carson City residents

More than 1,500 Carson City NV Energy customers in the 89701 zip code are without power this morning.

Two straight for Tigers

DHS girls golf claims state championship convincingly

Douglas High girls golf barely had to break a sweat to clinch its second straight Class 3A state title this past week.

Past Pages for October 22 to 25, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Firefighting Borda sheep chow down on cheat grass

Dogs must be leashed in the Jacks Valley Wildlife Management Fuels Reduction Project area to keep them from harassing the sheep.

Early voting continues Monday for 2022 general election

Carson City voters should have received their ballots in the mail this week.

Friday, October 21

Carson City legal - 28668

Notice of Application

Lyon County legal - 28637

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28667

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28625

Notice of Vacancy - Parent Representative, Carson City School District

Lyon County legal - 28653

Notice of Abandoned RV & Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 28675

Resolutions to Augment Budgets Meeting - November 3, 2022

Lyon County legal - 28664

Notice of Sale

Cougars hand Tigers loss on Senior Night

Douglas concludes season with a 1-8 record

Douglas High football hosted Spanish Springs for the Tigers' Senior Night and season finale.

Substance abuse trends the topic at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting

Worried about the impact substance abuse is having on local young people? If so plan to attend the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting. Partnership Douglas County Executive Director Daria Winslow will be the guest speaker. The public is welcome to join the Rotarians at the meeting which takes place Tuesday, October 25, at noon, in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom.

Health insurance open enrollment season is here

The annual season to enroll in health insurance began Saturday with the start of the Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare and will continue with Open Enrollment for Under-65 plans set to begin on Nov. 1.

Roger Diez: Wallace suspended, NASCAR moves on to Homestead

Joey Logano punched his ticket to the championship round in NASCAR Cup at Las Vegas.

2022 Nevada Day Treasure Hunt clue explanations

2022 Nevada Day Treasure Hunt clue explanations

Carson volleyball bests Reed in four sets

A look at results from the past week of Carson High and Douglas sports.

Douglas sheriff's deputies treated for fentanyl exposure

The deputies suffered symptoms related to acute fentanyl exposure during a buy operation.

Nye County defends hand-count after ACLU suit

Nye County alleged that the ACLU's argument rests on “speculation and a distorted view” of their process.

Senator boys soccer draws on Senior Night

Carson High boys soccer played a scoreless draw with Wooster on Senior Night this past Wednesday.

Senators head to Fernley for postseason tuneup

Carson set for first round of playoffs next week

Carson High football heads out to Fernley for a postseason tuneup game as well as the Senators' regular season finale.

CHS girls soccer finding ways to win

Carson High girls soccer continues to knock off the tops foes around the Class 5A North.

NHS waiving fees Saturday to help ‘Underdogs’ find new homes

Saturday (Oct. 22) is National Make a Dog’s Day. To celebrate, Nevada Humane Society (NHS) is waiving adoption fees on all shelter pups.

Tiger girls soccer matches pace with Galena

Plus, results from other Douglas High events from the past week

Douglas High soccer celebrates Senior Nights. Plus, results from cross country and regional tennis

Douglas High football to close season against Spanish Springs

Douglas High School football closes out its season at home tonight against Spanish Springs.

Fire watch Friday, freeze watch Saturday for Carson City

Western Nevada and Lake Tahoe are under a fire watch starting Friday at 11 p.m

Cortez Masto, Rosen announce law enforcement grants

The funding was made available through the Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Preparing dogs for their first Halloween

I want to make sure that Trixie and Woo are having as great of a time as possible.

Hotel, brewery changes granted initial approval

The Board of Supervisors approved the first reading of two new ordinances.

Nevada adds 3,600 jobs in September

Carson City increased by just 100 jobs during the month but has added 900 jobs in the past year.

Thursday, October 20

Fallon’s hot streak continues

Vaqueros fall on Senior Night to the hot Greenwave, 42-28

Fallon and Fernley traded touchdowns for the first 12 minutes of the game, but with two additional touchdowns before halftime, Greenwave pulled away with two large second quarter touchdowns to pull away for a 42-28 Northern 3A East win over their cross Lahontan Valley rivals.

UPDATE: LCSO: No signs of foul play in missing Dayton man

Dayton resident Richard Shifflett, 75, has been missing since Oct. 3.

Senator boys XC wins Wildfire Invitational

A look at the past week of results from Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran High School athletics.

Carson City school hosts Great Nevada ShakeOut

Teacher Pamela Shank’s class demonstrated the “drop, cover and hold-on” technique

Best awards not affiliated with Best of Fallon

Churchill County businesses has reported receiving emails from “City Best Awards." The emails start with “We are happy to announce that ... has been selected as the Winner for the 2022 Best of Fallon Awards”

UPDATE: Carson Tahoe Health phone system restored

Carson Tahoe Health is currently experiencing a telephone network issue that is affecting nearly all calls throughout the system including scheduling, patient billing, voicemail boxes, and more. The phones are expected to be down throughout the day (Thursday, October 20) and possibly into Friday.

Pack meets SDSU: Can either offense finally break through?

San Diego State has lost four of six games in Reno.

Supervisors hold off on moving 9/11 beam

Supervisors weighed a proposal to move the World Trade Center steel I-beam in Mills Park.

Large building at 550 Mallory in Carson City sold

SVN|Gold Dust Commercial Associates said Thursday that it had completed the sale of the building at 550 Mallory Way in Carson City.

Cortez Masto announces $107 million for lithium battery companies

$50 million will be awarded to Lilac Solutions to develop a lithium manufacturing facility in Fernley.

Lyon County OKs temporary battery storage facility

LiNiCo will build a waste and salvage facility at the end of Industrial Parkway in Mound House.

Lyon’s regional gang unit reports progress on gang suppression

The RGTF was formed in 2009 to help Lyon and Douglas become more proactive and reduce gang activity.

GOP Secretary of State nominee misses report deadline

The only statewide candidate in Nevada who has yet to file his campaign finance report.

Update: Nevada Day Treasure Hunt medallion found

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 13

Wednesday, October 19

Churchill County legal - 28338

Consolidated Request for Proposals

Churchill County legal - 28475

Notice of Hearing

Churchill County legal - 28204

Notice of Vehicle Lien Sale

Churchill County legal - 28290

Notice of Early Voting

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Notice to Creditors - 60-Day Notice

Trina Machacek: Putting my yard to bed

Tomatoes are the biggest thing.

Dayton fire claims historic buildings

Three historic buildings burned down in Old Town Dayton, including the Fox Hotel, in an Oct. 13 blaze.

Lane closure starts Thursday on Mt. Rose Highway

Crews will be replacing a section of pavement near the roadway shoulder near Thompson Lane.

Joe Santoro: QB woes plaguing Mountain West

How bad is the quarterback situation in the Mountain West right now?

NWS: Weekend freeze likely in Carson City

Widespread freezes are possible across all western Nevada valleys.

Lyon County commissioners to discuss garbage collection

The solid waste franchise covers all areas of the county except within the city limits of Fernley and Yerington.

County designates top development project

Commissioners select to add an RV park south of the Rafter 3C arena

Churchill County Commissioners designated at their last meeting their top priority for development to the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

Democrat Aguilar says he will ensure every vote is counted

Aguilar says if elected Secretary of State he will ensure every qualified Nevadan has the ability to vote.

Past Pages for October 19 to 21, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Jeanette Strong: Suspicious and underhanded

“Michele Fiore is the most comprehensively unqualified major party candidate for constitutional office in Nevada history.” Zach Conine, Nevada treasurer, Reno Gazette Journal, Sept. 25, 2022.

CRW, Freys host barbecue for Laxalt

The Churchill Republican Women are having a busy autumn leading up to the general election in November. The CRW and Norm and Sue Frey hosted a barbecue for Adam Laxalt, the Republican candidate seeking the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Catherine Cortez Masto.

Community Bulletin Board: Reading by California-based writer Oct. 22 at the Oats Park Arts Center

Kendra Atleework was born and raised on the dry edge of California at the eastern base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. She moved away for a decade, mostly spent being homesick and researching the place she left behind – the product of which is her first book Miracle Country (2021), winner of the Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award and the 2021 Women Writing the West WILLA Literary Award in Creative Nonfiction.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Taylor Alvarez

Senior Taylor Alvarez found his calling in the Oasis Academy College Prep welding classes. For the dual enrollment classes the senior has earned both high school and college credit. He has not only received credit but also tested and received nationally and industry recognized welding certifications through the American Welding Society.

News from the Churchill County School District

Students Joshua Enriquez, Adam Patrick, Billy Peterson, Kenny Coval, Caitlyn Dock, Makomborero Chenyika, Rodrigo Ibarra, and teacher Monica Fairbanks were all recognized as Churchill Champions.

Prep Roundup: Lady Wave tennis falls in playoff, volleyball teams record wins

The Lady Wave tennis team exited early in the Northern 3A regional team tournament last Monday, falling to Hug, 10-8, at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex.

Election 2022: Churchill County School Board Trustee

Churchill County School Board Trustee

Election 2022: Churchill County Sheriff

Election 2022: Churchill County Sheriff

Election 2022: Fallon City Council Ward 3

Election 2022: Fallon City Council Ward 3

Official: Hand count won’t delay Nevada election results

The issue is of concern to poll watchers with their eyes on Nevada’s statewide and federal congressional races.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 12

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 12

Carson City shelter volunteer training Thursday, Saturday

Night Off the Streets will provide a place for those without homes to sleep during the winter from Nov. 1 through March 31.

Tuesday, October 18

Carson City legal - 28526

Petition for Change of Name

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 28493

Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28600

Notice of Petition for Change of Name

Election 2022: Carson City Board of Supervisors Ward 1

Election 2022: Carson City Board of Supervisors Ward 1

Election 2022: Carson City Board of Supervisors Ward 3

Election 2022: Carson City Board of Supervisors Ward 3

Election 2022: Carson City School District Trustee District 1

Election 2022: Carson City School District Trustee District 1

Election 2022: Carson City School District Trustee District 6

Election 2022: Carson City School District Trustee District 6

Election 2022: Carson City Clerk-Recorder

Election 2022: Carson City Clerk-Recorder

Election 2022: Nevada State Assembly District 40

Election 2022: Nevada State Assembly District 40

Election 2022: Nevada State Senate District 16

Election 2022: Nevada State Senate District 16

Election 2022: Nevada U.S. Senate

Election 2022: U.S. Senate

Election 2022: Nevada State Assembly District 39

Nevada State Assembly District 39

Election 2022: U.S. Representative in Congress – District 2

U.S. Representative in Congress – District 2

Election 2022: Nevada Governor

Election 2022: Nevada Governor

Election 2022: Nevada Lieutenant Governor

Nevada Lieutenant Governor

Election 2022: Nevada Secretary of State

Election 2022: Nevada Secretary of State

Election 2022: Nevada State Attorney General

Election 2022: Nevada State Attorney General

Election 2022: Nevada State Controller

Election 2022: Nevada State Controller

Election 2022: Nevada State Treasurer

Nevada State Treasurer Four-year term

ACLU takes ballot-counting lawsuit to Nevada Supreme Court

The complaint is nearly identical to the ACLU lawsuit that was recently dismissed in Nye County District Court.

Carson Sheriff’s Office seeks help with missing teen

16-year-old Anthony Sainz was last seen at Pioneer High School on Friday morning.

Residential project set for historic downtown acreage

The plan calls for more than 200 “upscale rental residences” by the end of 2024.

Pack DB Bentlee Sanders named midseason All-American

Sanders is one of three FBS-level players with five interceptions on the season. Former Wolf Pack linebacker Daiyan Henley (Washington State) also made the mid-season team.

Nevada Question 3 presents two issues to voters

The ballot question was discussed at the League of Women Voters forum Monday.

Two seeking Churchill County Sheriff post

Two candidates have filed for Churchill County Sheriff. They are incumbent Richard Hickox and Daniel Sharp. Hickox is seeking his second term. Sharp did not answer the questionnaire sent to both candidates.

Two vie for City Council Ward 3 seat

Two candidates filed for Fallon City Council Ward 3; they are Geoff Knell and Paul W. Harmon. Knell did not provide answers to a questionnaire.

Air Force completes Nevada sweep for No. 1 spot

Air Force lined up and dared UNLV to stop it.

Care Mobile to visit Carson City, Gardnerville

The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile offers oral healthcare to children through age 21.

Coordinated floodplain projects prepare Carson City for future

“Each county has the potential to impact downstream communities, making flooding a watershed‐wide challenge."

Carson City Clerk-recorder candidates discuss election safety

The future Carson City Clerk-Recorder must ensure the integrity of elections, candidates agreed Monday.

Shoe Tree Brewing’s Eric Coffman wins bronze at Great American Beer Festival

Coffman, a Carson City resident, won best in show at Just Brew Its “Thirsty Boy” annual home brew competition.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 11

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Monday, October 17

Carson animal shelter spared panleukopenia outbreak

The Carson City animal shelter has seen no outbreak of feline panleukopenia despite the virus affecting the Nevada Humane Society’s Reno facility.

Perfect weather for Golf For Education

Thirty-three teams generated more than $24,000 for student scholarships and program needs.

Panera Bread opens doors in south Carson

Panera Bread opened its first full-scale bakery in Northern Nevada on Monday

Grading Nevada: Wolf Pack bottoms out in Hawaii

Welcome to rock bottom, Wolf Pack fans.

Carson City Symphony Association performs Oct. 23

"Faraway Tales" will feature soloists saxophonist Jessica Dodge-Overstreet and flutist Michelle Powers.

Kelly Bullis: Medicare open enrollment

The period you can choose a Medicare plan or change to a different plan is Oct. 15 through Dec. 7.

Accused Vegas cop killer due in court Tuesday

Tyson Shawn Jordan Hampton, 24, fired 18 shots during the confrontation that killed Officer Truong Thai.

Website details Carson pavement conditions, road funding

The site was spearheaded by staff in the transportation division and public works department.

Supervisors to consider new firefighters memorial

Request to move the World Trade Center steel I-beam from Mills Park to a new memorial at the Capitol.

Sunday, October 16

Carson City birth announcements for September 29 to October 6, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for September 29 to October 6, 2022

Laxalt family members endorse Cortez Masto for the U.S. Senate

As a proud Nevada family, we are honored to endorse Catherine Cortez Masto.

Nevada’s 4th congressional district in spotlight

Two of Nevada's four U.S. House races are in the swing-seat spotlight.

Carson City resident celebrating 100th birthday

Leonard Locke Lesch was born Oct. 17, 1922, in Grundy Center, Iowa.

Big Band Jazz at Brewery Arts Center on Tuesday

Cherie Shipley will sing with Mile High Jazz Band on Tuesday.

Sisolak pitches higher Medicaid reimbursements

He said he wants to raise the rate for home care services to $25.

Jim Valentine: Adjusted practices and awareness

We are seeing some adjustments to try to make things work in this market. One such item is the loan rate buy-down.

Faith & Insight: Life is full of storms

Some storms are long, and it can seem for some people like life is one long storm.

Combatting businesses challenges at the next Rotary meeting

Running a business, large or small, has always been tough, but many business owners say that recent years have been especially hard. Members of the Rotary Club of Carson City, as well as interested members of the public, can learn about the challenges businesses face and how to manage them at the next club meeting.

Last dance for Hangtown Music Festival

Festival takes place next weekend, will move forward with new name

The spirit of Halloween will be in full force this weekend in Grass Valley with Hangtown Music Festival.

Saturday, October 15

Jim Hartman: Nevada’s Question 3: A reluctant ‘No’

Question 3 would establish an open primary election and a top-five “ranked-choice” voting general election.

Carson City road report for October 17 to 23, 2022

Carson City road report for October 17 to 23, 2022

Between Horses & Humans chosen for Carson City Toyota’s Campagni Cares

Between Horses & Humans uses horses to teach vulnerable youth to become the most capable version of themselves.

Douglas volleyball wins third straight

Douglas High volleyball and the Tiger soccer teams had a pair of contests over the last week.

David Theiss: Spaghetti squash and Cajun sausage (recipe)

Spaghetti squash is a large yellow oval squash and very mildly flavored.

Carson High baseball field reconstruction OK’d

The work is projected to be completed in time for the season this spring.

Returning to state

Senators headed to tourney for second year in a row

Carson High girls golf is headed back to the state tournament after qualifying as a team at the Class 5A North regional golf tournament Wednesday evening at Eagle Valley Golf Course.

Past Pages for October 15 to 18, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson schools can’t find enough people to hire

CCSD has declared critical labor shortages for substitute teachers school nurses and custodians.

Postseason push

Dayton High volleyball has state tournament aspirations

Dayton High volleyball is making a push for the state tournament after its last appearance came in 2016.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 10

Her cold blooded tracks will guide you this year, And Lara my love will lead us to cheer! Take care around those that leave no tread, They won't steer you wrong if you follow this thread.

Friday, October 14

Carson City legal - 28460

Notice to Creditors

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Official Notice of Public Hearing - October 26

Carson City legal - 28491

Official Notice of Public Hearing - October 26

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Notice of Applications

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Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28515

Notice of Early Voting - 2022 General Election

Twice as nice

Carson High football bests Douglas for second time in a row in rivalry game

Carson High football escaped for the second year in a row with The Rivalry Trophy after besting Douglas Friday night.

Keys to victory: ‘It was huge’ — Senators’ defense the difference in 12-11 win

As with any one-point game, a handful of plays turned out to make the difference in Carson’s thrilling 12-11 win over rival Douglas on Friday night. The Senators (2-7 overall, 1-5 in 5A North games) found themselves down, 8-0, early. A strong defensive effort over the final three quarters, though, turned out to be the difference.

Internet outage to keep Nevada DMV closed Saturday

The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles offices in Las Vegas and Reno will be closed Saturday, October 15, following an outage caused by extensive damage to a fiber optic cable in Northern Nevada.

Musicale@TheMaizie returns Saturday with two innovative artists

The Brewery Arts Center is excited for the return of Musicale@TheMaizie at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 This new singer/songwriter series in what was formerly the Maizie Harris Jesse Black Box Theater, now simple known as The Maizie has created quite the buzz amongst music enthusiasts throughout the region. Musicale @TheMaizie is performed in an intimate setting with local and touring singer/songwriters giving them an opportunity to connect with the audience, interact and discuss the creative process. The definition of musicale is “a musical gathering or concert, typically small and informal” and that is exactly what this series is intended to be.

Roger Diez: Charlotte’s early boredom turns dramatic

For most of the Charlotte Roval elimination round, it was the tamest, most boring race.

North Carson movie theater closed

On Oct. 13, the theater and adjacent parking lot, located at 2571 N. Carson St., were empty.

Carson boys soccer grabs first league win

Carson High boys soccer won its first league game of the season this week. Plus, results from Carson High girls soccer and volleyball form the past week.

WNC Observatory moves to fall schedule

Guests can learn about the great Leonardo da Vinci and the universe above Saturday.

Nevada government agencies experiencing internet outages

DMV offices closed statewide, appointments canceled

The State of Nevada is experiencing significant internet outages Friday morning.

Nevada Small Business Credit Initiative to get $112 million

About two-thirds of that money will support loan programs including those designed to support energy and water efficiency capital improvements.

Fallon’s Erquiaga: ‘This is my last job in public service’

Dale Erquiaga grew up in Fallon and has enjoyed a long career in public service.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 9

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 13

Nevada 2022 revenue $1 billion over projections

“It seems like everything was better than we thought."

Carson City mayor talks transparency at Chamber meeting

Carson City government has one of the most transparent systems out there, Mayor Lori Bagwell said.

Wolf Pack hopes to find its offense on the island

Nevada leads the series, 15-11, but has lost nine of 15 games in Honolulu.

Historic Lee House burns in Carson City

A structure built in 1906 suffered $500,000 damage in a fire Thursday morning.

Silver Springs-Stagecoach Hospital District to expand office space

A conditional use permit is required since the existence of the hospital predates the county’s development code.

DMV will register new Nevadans to vote without an appointment

The Department of Motor Vehicles will register new Nevada residents to vote between now and Nov. 8 without an appointment.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 8

Clue 8: Thursday, Oct. 13 Was he George or was she Laura? We must honor them both, so tip your fedora! One left a legacy of one hundred and fourteen, While the other preserved the otherwise unseen.

Prison Hill OHV area to reopen Saturday

Several trail projects in Carson City have been completed or are nearing completion

Wednesday, October 12

Churchill County legal - 28354

Notice of Sale of Personal Property

Churchill County legal - 28379

Request for Proposals - Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

Man arrested, hospitalized after crashing stolen car, allegedly overdosing in Fernley home

On October 12, 2022, at 1207 hours, Lyon County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigation Detectives located a suspicious vehicle the parking lot of Pioneer Casino located at 1705 Highway 50 Alternate Fernley, NV. Detectives conducted surveillance of the vehicle determined that it was reported stolen.

Trina Machacek: Changing time changes

The most frustrating clock to change? The one in the car!

Local project up for grant from Dolan

lease vote for our Light Truth and Intelligence Commonwealth in the Dolan Auto Class Project Contest.

NDOT rolling out upgraded traffic information service

The upgrade set to arrive Thursday will offer enhanced functions and assistance for drivers.

Douglas girls soccer routs Spanish Springs

Douglas High athletics had a few results over the weekend. Plus, a basketball clinic is now available to locals.

Fodder: Norvell plays the bully (poorly) in return to Mackay

Former Wolf Pack coach Jay Norvell unleashes a childish display in his return to Reno.

Carson High girls tennis falls to Galena in regional opener

Plus results from Carson High soccer, golf and Sierra Lutheran athletics.

Assembly candidates discuss annual legislative sessions

Candidates for Assembly Districts 39 and 40 met Tuesday at the Brewery Arts Center.

A matchup unlike any other

Carson, Douglas football meet with postseason berth on the line

Carson High football with host rival Douglas Friday night in The Rivalry Game.

Senate 16 hopefuls agree on issues, differ on solutions

Lisa Krasner and Aaron Sims sat down Tuesday at the Brewery Arts Center for a discussion hosted by the Northern Nevada League of Women Voters.

Russell honored by alma mater, Auburn University

Carson City resident, Cassidy Russell, was honored by Auburn University after being a part of the first women's national championship in school history.

Seven trying for 4 Churchill County school board posts

Voters will cast ballots for four positions on the Churchill County School Board. The incumbents running are Amber Getto and Matt Hyde. The other candidates are Julie Guerrero-Goetsch, Walter Henderson, Bill Post, Joe McFadden and Ivy Ward.

Mayor proclaims October as DVI month

Other projects include the clothesline project and the ‘hands are not for hitting’ bus

With city and county law enforcement officials and other government employees surrounding him, Fallon Mayor Ken Tedford on Monday proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Intervention Month. After a short ceremony of dyeing the fountain purple in recognition of the month, Tedford read a proclamation and then presented it to supporters and members from DVI.

Candidates Night set for Tuesday

Attend in person or listen to the candidates on radio or livestream

Candidates Night for those seeking a local office is Tuesday night at the Fallon Convention Center beginning at 6 p.m.

Postseason life hangs in balance Friday

Tiger football looks to avenge last year’s loss to Carson

Douglas High football needs a win Friday evening against Carson in order to get into the postseason.

Movies & More: Your community owned & operated Fallon Theatre

A great lineup of movies for you this weekend. We start Friday at 6 p.m. with the 2010 animated adventure comedy “Despicable Me” — when a criminal mastermind uses a trio of orphan girls as pawns for a grand scheme, he finds their love is profoundly changing him for the better. Voices provided by Steve Carell, Jason Segel and Julie Andrews.

Community Bulletin Board for Oct. 13-19

Churchill County Parks & Recreation offers activities and classes for everyone this fall! Registration and payment for activities is all online at:

Carson school board candidates differ on student safety

Lupe Ramirez, Jason Stinson and Molly Walt agree it’s important to bolster parent engagement.

The saga of a deaf, blind, pink pup

Dear Reader, I am a sucker for a heartwarming story about animals and the story of Piglet brought tears to my eyes. Piglet is deaf, blind, and rescued from a hoarding situation. The little pink pup is a double-dapple Dachshund-Chihuahua mix and looks exactly like Piglet from Winnie the Pooh.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Edward Morrow

FFA has been a highlight of Edward Morrow’s career at Oasis Academy. He can still remember his first Ag Day freshman year.

Past Pages for October 12 to 14, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

News from the Churchill County School District

The fountain on Maine Street was dyed green, the juniors won Powder Puff, there was a bonfire, Lip Sync, and students participated in various Hollywood themed dress-up days to celebrate homecoming. Student council begins planning homecoming at the beginning of the year. They decided on a Hollywood theme because they liked how many things they could do with it.

Defensive stop seals win over Elko

Moon’s batted pass, Tarner’s TD run put Fallon in driver’s seat of 3A East

Only one thing was going through his mind as he read the play and saw the ball come toward him with time winding down. “I saw the guy coming to a post in my zone, read it and smacked down the ball,” said Steven Moon, who was in a cover-three scheme and his defensive move stopped Elko from scoring. “Interceptions don’t do anything in that situation.”

Prep Roundup: Lady Wave soccer drops two in Elko County

The Lady Wave soccer team left Elko County empty-handed, falling to Spring Creek, 1-0, and Elko, 7-0, last week.

Greenwave, Bighorns Prep Calendar

The following schedule is for Churchill County (CCHS) and Oasis Academy (OACP) prep sports from Oct. 14-19.

Carson City supervisor candidates discuss roads, marijuana

Roads, marijuana dispensaries, and the capital city’s homelessness plan were some of the main topics discussed.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 7

Vela confirmed and we had a Blast. Next morning shakes were hopefully our last! The magnitude of our actions are felt yet today, And forever remembered on a slab made of gray.

Tuesday, October 11

Carson City legal - 28369

Notice of Public Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 28420

Notice to Creditors

Lyon County legal - 28370

Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Carson City’s Wiggins finalist for Nevada teacher of year

Washoe County’s Connie Hall of Lloyd Diedrichsen Elementary was named the winner.

Nevada Senate race tests potency of abortion focus for Dems

Democrats predicted abortion would be Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto's saving grace.

Sgraffito pottery workshop in Carson City

The sgraffito method is an 18th century Italian pottery technique.

After crushing UNLV, Spartans jump to top of MW rankings

San Jose State (4-1, 2-0 MW) whipped the Rebels behind quarterback Chevan Cordeiro, a Hawaii transfer; Wolf Pack drops to 10th.

Koontz picks up Dream Bowl invite

Douglas High's Kyle Kootnz joins Jacob Brady with an invite to the 2023 Dream All-American Bowl in Dallas, Texas come January.

Don’t run at Cole Smalley

Douglas’ junior linebacker leads the state in tackles

Douglas High junior linebacker Cole Smalley is quickly gaining recognition around the state of Nevada and along the west coast.

6 file for open Nevada Supreme Court seat

Justice Abbi Silver resigned as a member of the high court Sept. 29.

Railroad museum hosts Harvest Train this weekend

Festivities are set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

Clear Creek Trail dedication set Oct. 15

The Carson Valley Trails Association is celebrating 9 miles of trails completed this past spring.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 6

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Carson City forum hears debate on ballot questions

The forum was sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Northern Nevada, Sierra Nevada Forums and AAUW Capital (NV) Branch.

Monday, October 10

Letters to the Editor for October 8, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City school’s ‘Pumpkin Patch’ on Oct. 15

Seeliger Elementary School will host its 28th annual Pumpkin Patch Saturday, Oct. 15.

Douglas High boys soccer edged by Truckee

Results from Douglas High boys soccer and volleyball.

Pack grades: Nevada drops ball in puzzling, disappointing CSU loss

Against a struggling Colorado State team, the Wolf Pack managed to lose a game without giving up a touchdown to the opposing team’s offense.

Halloween trains headed to the Comstock

The pumpkin patch train will run Oct. 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23 at 11:20 a.m., 1:20 p.m., and 3 p.m.

CHS girls soccer downs Douglas

Carson High girls soccer took down Douglas for the first time in several years last week.

Trump tells Minden rally to stop Democrats by turning out in November

Donald Trump told a cheering crowd in Minden on Saturday they have to turn out November 8 to end what he called the radical Democratic madness now running the country.

Kelly Bullis: Shield life insurance from tax and creditors

Do you currently own a life insurance policy?

Lyon County adds emergency manager position

The job’s duties will stand separate for the first time in more than 12 years.

Parent needed for Carson schools’ sex ed committee

The Carson City School District is accepting applications from parents to fill one parent vacancy on the district’s Family Life Advisory Committee.

Nevada task force to address drug overdoses

Emergency department visits suspected of opioid-related overdoses increased by 66 percent.

Sunday, October 9

Mark Twain, ‘born’ in Carson City, celebrated around the world

Countries you would never even think of have honored the man and his most famous novels.

Pow wow art exhibit opens Wednesday at Stewart center

“Dancing for the Earth, Dancing for the People: Pow Wow Regalia and Art of the Great Basin” will be at the Great Basin Native Artists Gallery.

Reno road-rage murder conviction overturned

The Nevada Supreme Court reversed the conviction and sent the case back to Washoe District Court.

Candidates court veterans in Senate race

Republicans view the race as one of their best chances to turn a blue Senate seat red.

Ask Dirk: What factors contribute to home comfort?

You should always be able to enjoy a level of comfort in your home.

Faith & Insight: The body of Christ

The church is the manifestation of Christ in the world, loving, serving, and seeking the lost.

Central Lyon Fire seeks tax to aid expansion

County Question 1 calls for a levy of 23 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.

Saturday, October 8

Carson City birth announcements for September 24 to 29, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for September 24 to 29, 2022

Remains of missing Fernley man found in Storey County

The Storey County Sheriff's Department said Saturday night that it has recovered the remains of missing person Buddy Yoscovitch.

Jim Hartman: In governor’s race, Lombardo hitting education issue

Lombardo pledges to reverse Sisolak’s dangerous school safety policies.

Carson City road report for October 10 to 16, 2022

Carson City road report for October 10 to 16, 2022

Watch: League of Women Voters of Northern Nevada, Sierra Nevada Forums and AAUW Capital (NV) Branch candidate forums

League of Women Voters of Northern Nevada, Sierra Nevada Forums and AAUW Capital (NV) Branch presented a candidate forum on Friday, Oct. 7 at the Brewery Arts Center in Carson City. Candidates featured: U.S. Representative in Congress, District 2: Mark Amodei (R) and Elizabeth Mercedes Krause (D). Along with Nevada State Ballot Questions 1 (ERA) & 2 (Minimum wage)

Brandon Kealoha: Dry rubbed 14 oz. bone-in pork chop (recipe)

Dry rubbed 14 oz. bone-in pork chop recipe

ACLU sues over Nye County's hand-counting ballot plan

The lawsuit cites three main violations of the Nevada Constitution, state or federal law.

Jim Valentine: Things to do while waiting for the market

Establish a vision of what you would like to have happen in your eventual transaction.

Past Pages for October 8 to 11, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Mound House mason leaves legacy of heart and stone

“There’s a ring that comes off chisels when a bunch of men are working with chisels. When it’s clicking, it’s a symphony.”

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 5

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Friday, October 7

Carson City legal - 28328

Notice of Bank Merger Application

Carson City legal - 28268

Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Request for Voluntary Cancellation of Authority

Carson City legal - 28221

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Carson City legal - 28281

Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff

Carson City legal - 27937

Invitation to Bid - Central Plant Renovation

Lyon County legal - 28304

Notice to Creditors (60-Day Notice)

Carson City legal - 28307

Official Notice of Public Hearing - Thursday, October 20, 2022

Carson City legal - 28293

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 28353

Divorce Summons

Amodei, Krause find some agreement during debate

Rep. Mark Amodei started by agreeing with challenger Mercedes Krause that the 2020 election was fair and valid.

CCSO seeks help in fatal hit-and-run

A pedestrian died in a hit-and-run crash on Thursday in Carson City, according to a release from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office.

LCSO honors Smith for 26 years of service

Capt. Johnny Smith retired after 26 years with the sheriff's office.

Roger Diez: NASCAR safety concerns growing

There is concern NASCAR is so invested in the Next Gen concept safety issues are being ignored.

Horsford relishes passage of Break the Cycle of Violence Act

If approved by the Senate, the bill will provide grants for gun-violence intervention and prevention programs.

Nevada marijuana sales near $1 billion for year

Dispensaries reported just over $965 million in taxable sales for the fiscal year.

Ask The Dog Trainer: Dog doesn’t think Halloween is a treat

I just wish she would be less crazy for our family’s favorite event of the year.

U.S. 50 lane closures in Carson start Oct. 9

The Nevada Department of Transportation will begin work Oct. 9 to reconstruct the walking/biking path along U.S. Highway 50 in east Carson City.

Caldor Fire suspects due in court Tuesday

The father and son accused of sparking the Caldor Fire appeared in Placerville court on Sept. 30

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 4

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 6

Sheriff’s detectives investigating September BB gun shootings

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is investigating a series of BB gun shootings to vehicles and houses during September.

JoAnne Skelly: Invasion of leaffooted bugs

Most years the populations of leaffooted bugs are negligible.

Fire Prevention Week a reminder for residents to prepare

Carson City Mayor Lori Bagwell and the Board of Supervisors are recognizing Oct. 9-15 as Fire Prevention Week.

CCSO body cams part of city audit

Audits are the way the city checks department practices and policies for compliance.

Bowl quest: A look at Nevada’s remaining schedule

With its game Friday against visiting Colorado State, Nevada will have reached the halfway point of its 2022 football season.

NDOT substantially completes improvements to U.S. 50 in Downtown Fallon

The Nevada Department of Transportation has substantially completed a project to resurface U.S. 50 and upgrade sidewalks for enhanced traffic safety and mobility in downtown Fallon.

School board OKs restorative discipline plan

Restorative practices and interventions were designed to use strategies to keep students engaged in the classroom as much as possible.

Amodei hopes Senate passes NAS Fallon expansion

Amodei's amendment to the House version of the NDAA would have tripled the size of the bombing range.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 3

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, October 5

Churchill County legal - 28171

Notice of Sale of Personal Property

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Close of Registration - General Election: November 8, 2022

Trina Machacek: Desert snowmen

This story isn’t really about the snow in my future.

Senator volleyball keeps rolling

Carson avenges earlier defeat, sweeping Galena

Carson High volleyball put away Galena Tuesday night a few weeks after the Grizzlies were able to get the upper hand on the Senators.

CHS boys harriers ninth at big Calif. invitational

Results from Carson High, SIerra Lutheran and Dayton prep sports from the past few days

Carson High girls soccer takes down Douglas

The victory is the Senators' first over Douglas since 2016

Carson High girls soccer defeated Douglas Tuesday night for the first time in more than half a decade Tuesday night.

Senators head to No. 1 Manogue

Carson High football readies for Bishop Manouge Thursday evening.

Douglas High football hits bye week

A look back at the results from the past week of Douglas High athletics.

Volunteers paint home of Carson City veteran

Employees of Lowe’s and the local chapter of Rebuilding Together painted the Mountain Street home of Bob Cranmer.

High-energy fiddle on Friday’s menu in Carson City

Michael Doucet and Tom Rigney will perform at the Nashville Social Club.

Rams vs. Pack: Jay Norvell returns

A look at Friday’s Mountain West football game between Nevada and Colorado State at Mackay Stadium.

The bowl quest: A look at Nevada’s remaining schedule

Here’s a look at the Wolf Pack’s remaining six regular-season games as it tries to extend its streak of bowl games to a Mountain West-best five.

Where are they now? Well, Colorado State, mostly

The Nevada-Colorado State football game Friday night in Reno comes about nine months after the Wolf Pack’s roster began undergoing major upheaval.

Markleeville fall colors festival this weekend

Markleeville will host the annual Aspen Festival, a celebration of the fall colors while the leaves are at their peak color, Oct. 8-9.

Carson City offering flu shot clinics this week

CCHHS will hold a community vaccination event on Saturday, Oct. 8 at Fuji Park.

Past Pages for October 5 to 7, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

County, city approve new CAPS building

All dogs (and cats) may have a slice of their own Churchill County heaven ready within a year. Both the Churchill County commissioners and City of Fallon have approved a joint venture to build a new $560,000 building for the Churchill Animal Protection Society northwest of the city. Half of the building, according to County Manager Jim Barbee, will be used for CAPS and the other half for storage.

The Fastest Gun Alive returns to Fallon for its 17th year

The Cowboy Fast Draw Association is presenting its annual signature event The Fastest Gun Alive – World Championship of Cowboy Fast Draw at the Churchill County Fairgrounds’ Rafter 3C Arena. The competition runs Thursday through Sunday.

Nevada Press Foundation honors the LVN

The Lahontan Valley News picked up a pair of first-place wins at the recently held Nevada Press Foundation’s awards banquet in Las Vegas.

Movies & More: Your Community Owned & Operated Fallon Theatre

Saturday morning is our annual Fallon Theatre Show ‘n Shine from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Maine Street.

Community Bulletin Board for Oct. 6-12

North Carolina’s Sarah Shook sings with a conviction and hard honesty sorely lacking in much of today’s Americana landscape. Fallon will have the opportunity to present her music on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Oats Park Arts Center. The box office, Art Bar and galleries open at 6 p.m., with the performance beginning one hour later. Tickets are $17 for members, $20 for nonmembers. Tickets are available at Jeff’s Copy Express or call the Churchill Arts Center at 775-423-1440.

Jeanette Strong: Professional or charlatan: A choice

“This guy (Attorney General Aaron Ford) should be hanging from a f------ crane.” Sigal Chattah, Republican candidate for Nevada Attorney General, April 2021.

Wonderful news for CAPS guests

Dear Readers, the greatest gift of all is on the horizon for Churchill Animal Protection Society. Churchill County and City of Fallon have allocated funds to build a new shelter. Built on county-owned property, the proposed shelter will be located near the Moody Wastewater Treatment plant.

Bighorn News: Senior Spotlight: Casamaro White

Casamaro White’s deep-rooted connection to Oasis Academy started when the school opened in 2011 and he was a first grader. The now graduating senior looks back on his many years and wouldn’t change anything.

News from the Churchill County School District

Students entered a contest to design this year's kindness T-shirt. “Advisory teachers were given a sheet with a T-shirt outline on it and asked their students to design a shirt,” said teacher Kailyn Mann.

Wave welcomes Elko in 1st-place showdown on Homecoming

For about a quarter, the Spring Creek football team hung with Fallon — then the Greenwave ran away and buried the Spartans, 49-19.

Diesel tax funding Carson City roads on ballot

Ballot question No. 1 asks voters if an existing 5-cent excise tax on diesel fuel should be continued to fund construction and maintenance of roads.

Prep Roundup: Girls tennis qualifies for regionals

The Lady Wave tennis team qualified for the Northern 3A regional tournament after clinching the No. 4 seed with a 4-2-1 record.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 2

Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Greenwave, Bighorns Prep Calendar

The schedule is for Churchill County and Oasis Academy prep sports Oct. 6-12.

Tuesday, October 4

Carson City legal - 28140

Invitation to Bid

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Invitation to Bid

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Invitation to Bid

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Notice of Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

Joe Santoro: Coaching karma biting Jay Norvell

Wolf Pack General Jay Norvell abandoned his post in Nevada to join the green shirts in Colorado.

Escape, resignation raises stakes in governor's race

The embarrassing chain of events has put a spotlight on chronic staffing shortages at prisons throughout Nevada.

Carson City sheriff seeks info on credit card fraud

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about two white adult males who on Aug. 24 entered the Costco in Carson City, distracted the victim, and stole her purse.

‘Made in America’ bet pays off for Reno firm

EE Technologies' renewed focus on Made in America products has lifted the company to new heights.

Ask The Dog Trainer: What do we get for a puppy?

The first item to cross off our To Do List is to make an appointment with your local veterinarian.

Lombardo, Sisolak debate abortion, crime, schools

Lombardo sought to distance himself from former President Donald Trump over his lies about the 2020 election.

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt Clue No. 1

Party on the Comstock! Carnival is the theme! Your job is to search and not to dream This year the treasure is not there nor here But attend the parade and be of good cheer!

Monday, October 3

Nevada Day Treasure Hunt starts Tuesday

The Nevada Day Treasure Hunt adds a fun sense of history leading up to Nevada Day festivities, and this year the hunt, which officially begins Tuesday, Oct. 4.

Information sought on missing Fernley man

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information on 45-year-old Buddy Yoscovitch who left home on Sept. 23 and has not returned home.

Mountain West Rankings: Boise State shows signs of life

The Boise State Broncos rediscovered its tradition and standard of excellence in the second half on Friday.

Hundreds of cars pack Reno streets for illegal stunts

Thousands of people in hundreds of cars took over parking lots and intersections over the weekend.

Prison wild horse adoption Oct. 8 in Carson City

Up to 16 saddle-started wild horses and one halter-trained filly will be up for adoption.

Jim Hartman: Laxalt vs. Cortez Masto – and Senate control

The Senate race in Nevada will likely determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.

Carson City supervisors weigh redevelopment spending

Supervisors will be asked to approve roughly $2.3 million in support of various redevelopment projects Thursday.

Sunday, October 2

Letters to the Editor for October 1, 2022

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City sample ballots to be mailed this week

Carson City’s sample ballots will be mailed the week of Oct. 3.

Diversity Center opens doors at Western Nevada College

The space will host speakers and events in the months to come.

Carson Tahoe Health’s THiNK PiNK event Oct. 7

Carson Tahoe Health will host its annual THiNK PiNK breast cancer awareness event at Red’s Old 395 Grill on Oct. 7.

Jim Valentine: Real estate is not a spectator sport

It is your life, your future, and your decisions to make.

Faith & Insight: Imitators of God

Whom are we imitating? An even better pondering of a question, what am I doing with all my time?

Code change would make room for historic inns

Planning commissioners voted unanimously to change the definition of “hotel."

Saturday, October 1

Carson City birth announcements for Sept. 18 to 22, 2022

Carson City birth announcements for Sept. 18 to 22, 2022

Carson City road report for October 2 to 9, 2022

Carson City road report for October 2 to 9, 2022

UNR concert series opens 62nd season Oct. 6

The season begins with a performance by the Yumi Kurosawa Trio on Thursday, Oct. 6.

Census: Nevada 2nd for rent increases last year

During the past year, nearly 28 percent of Nevada tenants were hit with $250 a month or higher rent increases.

Kelly Bullis: Consider a Roth conversion now?

See the “benefit” of a temporary drop in your IRA value due to market fluctuations?

Turner wins Grand Prix Tournament

Douglas High senior Joscelyn Turner won the Sierra Junior Tennis Association Grand Prix tournament last weekend.

Past Pages for October 1 to 4, 2022

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City school policy encourages environmental stewardship

The policy will return for a second reading on a future board agenda.