Stories for January 2023


Tuesday, January 31

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Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Consumer Session

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Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff - 23-01026

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Notice of Divorce Summons

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60 Day Notice to Creditors

Douglas girls basketball upsets Bishop Manogue

Weaver’s incredible night pushes the Tigers past the Miners

Douglas High's Aleeah Weaver put together a night she may never forget in an upset win over Bishop Manogue Tuesday.

First time, first titles

Carson High girls wrestlers both win regional titles in state’s first tournament

Carson High wrestling had two regional champs in the first-ever girls wrestling regional tournament in Nevada last weekend.

Douglas girls wrestling sends three to state

Douglas High wrestling will have three girls representing the team at the state wrestling tournament after qualifying at the first-ever Nevada girls regional wrestling tournament.

Douglas boys hoops down McQueen

Tiger girls fall, wrestling readies for regionals

Results from Douglas High basketball games Friday against McQueen and a look at what's on the schedule this week for the Tigers.

Bagwell's State of the City: ‘We are in good shape’

Carson City's mayor painted a vision of the future while highlighting successes of 2022 during her address Tuesday.

Nevada casinos close out 2022 with record gaming revenue figures

Nevada finished 2022 with more than $14.8 billion in gaming revenue.

Mountain West Rankings: There are no easy conference games

Brian Dutcher wants everyone to know about how difficult it is to win games in the Mountain West. “There are no easy games,” the San Diego State Aztecs coach said. “This conference is unforgiving.”

Treasurer’s office encourages Nevadans to collect unclaimed property

The search is free and can be accessed at

Recent snowfalls may slow water level decline at Lake Mead

Forecasted levels mean Lake Mead would remain in shortage conditions for at least a third consecutive year.

Planning Commission OKs permit for Silver Oak project

178-unit multifamily project on 6.2 acres at Silver Oak Drive and North Carson Street.

Monday, January 30

Grades: Pack outplayed, outsmarted in Las Vegas

Rivalry game goes to UNLV after Wolf Pack, once again, has a subpar road game.

Carson City Board of Supervisors to consider fee increases at landfill

Proposed rate increases at the Carson City Landfill are returning to the Board of Supervisors at their Thursday meeting, which starts at 8:30 a.m. in the community center.

Community invited to East William Complete Streets meeting

The meeting is Feb. 7 at the Ormsby Room in the Carson City Sheriff’s Office; community input is welcome.

Sunday, January 29

WNC, UNR to have delayed starts on Monday

Due to adverse weather conditions, Western Nevada College officials have decided to delay the opening of the Carson City campus and the Child Development Center on Monday, Jan. 30.

Nevada Humanities awards grants to Nevada cultural organizations

Several cultural organizations across Nevada have been awarded with Major Project Grants by Nevada Humanities. These grants fund humanities projects across the state and benefit nonprofit organizations and government and tribal entities, including libraries, museums, and schools to fund public and educational programs. Nevada Humanities Major Project Grants offer up to $7,500 to facilitate local cultural programs and explore issues.

Lawsuit: Vegas Strip resorts used vendor to fix hotel rates

A federal lawsuit in Nevada is seeking class-action damages for countless hotel patrons who booked rooms in Las Vegas since 2019, alleging that most hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip have used a third-party vendor to illegally fix prices.

Jim Valentine: What to do with the inspection reports

It is prudent when you buy a home to get an inspection by a professional inspector. There are several types of inspections that are available, but it will depend on the property and its location as to which ones you may choose to have done for you. The two most common are the pest inspection and the physical inspection.

NNDA State of the Counties: Counties give update on regional economic health

Community development, capital improvements and essential dollars to fund social services from tax revenue continue to serve as common threads between neighbors Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, Storey and Mineral counties.

Carson City Road Report for Jan. 30 – Feb. 5

Road Report as of Jan. 26. The following information applies to the period of Jan. 30-Feb. 5 (weather permitting): Road closures are expected at the following locations due to road/utility work:

Carson City School District’s ops director, champion of school sustainability, retires

Carson City School District’s Operation Services Manager Mark Korinek says his big accomplishment is when Carson City became “Solar City” in 2011. While he emphasizes he didn’t accomplish it alone, having 9,604 photovoltaic solar panels housed among five schools spread across 195,000 square feet of solar arrays was memorable.

Saturday, January 28

Kelly Bullis: Retirement incentives and changes

Many retirement changes start in 2023, and more in 2024. Here’s a few that were in the recent update to the Secure Act that came up in 2023. The age for requiring Minimum Distributions (RMD) of retirement plans goes up from 72 to 73. If you turned 72 in 2022, then you still must take your RMD for 2022 by April 1. The excise tax for not taking an RMD on time is dropping from a whopping 50 percent (ouch!) to 25 percent and lower to only 10 percent if the failure is corrected in a timely manner (do it as soon as you discover you missed the RMD date).

Faith & Insight: Have faith in God

The Foursquare Church began this new year with an invitation to join together for 21 days of fasting and prayer, to begin this year with a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit. “Jesus Christ is the same, yesterday, today, and forever,” Hebrews 13:8.

Lawyers say judge ‘singled out’ ex-Raider, hearing delayed

A Nevada judge on Wednesday delayed a long-awaited hearing to determine whether former Las Vegas Raiders player Henry Ruggs will stand trial in a fatal 2021 crash, saying it can’t proceed until the case is properly assigned to a judge in the lower court.

Reward grows to $25K in Nevada probe of 5 wild horse deaths

The reward has grown to $25,000 in the investigation of the shooting deaths of five wild horses in eastern Nevada more than a year ago, the Bureau of Land Management said Tuesday. The five mortally wounded horses were discovered Nov. 16, 2021 in Jakes Valley, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) west of Ely.

Carson High wrestling sweeps season's final duals

Carson High wrestling swept the season's final triangular in Minden, besting Douglas and Damonte Ranch.

Tiger wrestling honors seniors at home dual

Douglas High wrestling hosted Damonte Ranch and Carson High on Senior Night Wednesday evening.

Carson High junior headed to Big Apple

Carson High School junior Drea Cabral, chosen to perform under master conductors of the Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City, is recognized during Tuesday’s Carson City School Board meeting. Cabral will leave Feb. 1 and return Feb. 5. She was selected from among 18,000 students across the nation for a position and will play as only of one two to four clarinetists in the orchestra.

Seventeen-year-old builds community with new virtual reality arcade in Carson City

Jake Bainton was 17 when he took his passion project before the Carson City Planning Commission. That was in August of last year. When he received project approval, people in the audience clapped. A new entertainment option for Carson City youth was in the works.

Friday, January 27

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Application for Water No. 92247

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Public Information on Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Funding

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Amended Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

Tiger boys cruise around Reed, McQueen

Douglas High boys basketball posted a 2-0 week, taking back control of second place in the Class 5A North.

Tiger basketball dismantles Reed, falls to McQueen

Douglas High girls basketball used a fast start and stayed hot Tuesday night in win over Reed

Birth announcements


Past Pages for Jan. 28-31, 2023

Saturday 150 Years Ago Took a turn: Honorable Senator McBeth and Uncle Bill Leet went up to the valley and were feasted by Jim Haynes. Shortly after their turkey dinner, they found themselves in the midst of a surprise partly composed of thirty of the fair and their escorts who had assembled from the neighborhood around. They tripped the light fantastic until 3 o’clock in the morning.

Jim Hartman: Our growing $31 trillion debt threat

In February 2011, Indiana’s Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels delivered the keynote address to the annual Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) Conference in Washington, D.C.

Carson High announces 2023 Winterfest candidates, activities

Winterfest celebrations kicked off Friday afternoon with an assembly, with Carson High School announcing the student-elected candidates.

Judge: Slain reporter sources issue for high court to decide

A Nevada judge decided Wednesday not to punish Las Vegas police for taking an initial look at a slain investigative journalist’s cellphone after he was killed in September, and said it is up to the state Supreme Court to decide whether a thorough review by homicide detectives of the reporter’s electronic devices would improperly expose confidential notes and sources.

Sunday snowstorm could affect Monday commute

Lows in the 20s are likely for Carson City on Sunday, while highs are expected to remain below freezing.

Rotarians to talk child development at next meeting

The Child Development Center at Western Nevada Community College plays an important role at the school and in our community. Rotary Club of Carson City members will learn about the center and its future at the club’s next meeting which takes place Tuesday, January 31st at noon in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom. The public is invited to attend.

Get Healthy Carson City: Stay active in the winter

The weather outside is frightful, but with a little preparation, you can still find delight in spending time outdoors. Active commuting, like walking and biking, is a great way to stay in shape through the winter. Getting around on foot or on two wheels is also a great way to experience Carson City. While the idea of stepping out in the cold may be daunting for some, these tips can help you get out and about while keeping you comfortable.

Tom Burns named Nevada GOED director

Gov. Joe Lombardo on Thursday appointed Tom Burns Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Executive Director, effective Jan. 30

Report: Grow house hid unregistered weed plants during audit

A state board charged with overseeing Nevada's booming marijuana industry suspended the license of a cannabis grow house near Las Vegas on Tuesday after inspectors said they found unregistered plants at the facility that pose an ``immediate threat to public health and safety.``

Comma Coffee temporarily closed for health violations

The downtown business closed following suspension of its license by the Carson City and Douglas County Public Health Regional Partnership.

Thursday, January 26

Recipe: Chicken chardonnay by David Theiss

Preparing my menu list for the weeks ahead I notice I eat a lot of chicken.

Turning heads: Carson female wrestlers have been staples in program

Carson High's two senior wrestlers have been turning heads around the program and on a national level since joining the Senators.

Santoro: Alford, Pack giving fans reasons to believe

Under-the-radar Nevada basketball team getting it done with with defense, hustle, teamwork and talent.

JoAnne Skelly: The winter gardener

It may be hard to believe, but February is just around the corner. Although there are usually storms around Presidents’ weekend, some days in February are often relatively mild. I remember temperatures in the low 70s some years. And, while those warmer days are welcome, newbies to the area often think winter is over and get anxious to start gardening again. Long-time Northern Nevada gardeners know better.

Pot shops in north Carson City greenlighted by planning commissioners

The question of whether to allow marijuana retail stores and medical dispensaries along a section of North Carson Street will now head to the Carson City Board of Supervisors.

Retired Carson City engineer Robb Fellows recognized for watershed work

Carson City Public Works Director Darren Schulz said his now-retired colleague, Robb Fellows, knows how every drop of water travels through the community. “A drop of rain would fall somewhere in Carson, and you could ask Robb, and he could tell you how that drop of water would travel to get to the river,” Schulz told the Appeal. “He knows how water flows through this city like no one else.”

Tesla announces $3.6 billion investment in electric semi-truck manufacturing in Northern Nevada

Tesla intends to invest $3.6 billion in battery and electric semi-truck manufacturing in Northern Nevada, expanding the company’s presence and the clean energy industry in the state, the White House said Tuesday.

Seeliger students recite pledge of allegiance at State of the State address

A dozen students from Ms. Sewell’s kindergarten class from Carson City’s Seeliger Elementary School had an opportunity to show their pride, patriotism and love for their state and country by leading and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance prior to Gov. Joe Lombardo’s State of the State Address on Monday.

Wednesday, January 25

Douglas wrestling splits triangular, takes fourth at Vaquero Classic

Plus, results from Douglas basketball

Douglas High wrestling put together several quality results from the weekend tournament in Fernley.

Post card from Romania: Regional fighting further defines Romanian base

Winter’s frosty breath stretches for miles across eastern Romania, a country near the western edge of Ukraine’s conflict with Russia. Since the summer, the Nevada Army National Guard’s 137th Military Police Company has been providing law enforcement functions and investigations at the military sector of the Mihail Kogalniceanu International Airport 15 miles northeast of Constanta, a resort some call the Miami Beach along the Baltic Sea.

Nevada, UNLV renew rivalry with key game Saturday

Rebels got the sweep last season; Wolf Pack battling for first place in MW.

County approves huge housing developments

Residents tell commissioners the project will lead to more traffic, water problems.

Jeannette Strong: Governance or grievance?

House Republicans started with chaos, confusion, and conflict. We’ll see how they finish.

Fallon boys hoops looks to snap two-game skid

After winning two of its first three 3A East games, the Greenwave returned from Elko County empty-handed.

VFW awards Voice of Democracy contestants

This year’s theme — “Why Are Veterans Important” — was for students in the 9th through 12th grades.

$5.3 million grant will establish Fallon-based Care Flight helicopter

Care Flight transports approximately 1,500 patients every year, serving a region of more than 50,000 square miles.

CCSD news: Choir, stats, weather, MLK ... and Minecraft

News and updates from around Churchill County's schools.

City undertakes road improvement projects

West A Street, North Whitaker Lane, North Taylor Street and Carson Street will all be improvements.

Trustees select Strasdin as board president

Also, the board unanimously voted to contribute four Churchill County Board of Trustees' scholarships of $500 each.

Cattlemen’s Update crisscrosses Nevada

Presentations aim to help food producers deal with a wide range of subjects.

Bighorn news: Reading with Robes, ELL update, Senior Spotlight

Tenth-grade students participated in the nationwide Reading with Robes program on Jan. 11.

CAPS: Pussyfooting around in the snow

A cat usually has 18 toes, four on each paw and a dewclaw on each of the front feet.

Trustees hire search firm for new superintendent

Trustees approved a contract for $15,000, which will include expenses.

Fallon girls begin key stretch with playoff hopes in sight

Despite a pair of losses in Elko County, the Lady Wave basketball team is still in position to qualify for the 3A playoffs.

Dalpe: Restoring budget reductions will help Western Nevada College in biennium

Restoring dollars lost from the 12% budget reductions made for fiscal years 2022 and 2023 is among Western Nevada College interim President Kyle Dalpe’s top concerns when he thinks about what’s needed most out of this year’s legislative session.

Steps to help seniors who struggle to manage their medications

A range of issues can make it difficult for seniors to take the medications they are prescribed.

Consumers could see higher beef prices this year

Tighter cattle supplies might drive beef prices higher during 2023, ranchers were told at a recent gathering.

Trina Machacek: Start and stop sniveling

Sniveling is a bit of an older word I use occasionally. Sniveling is a type of crying but not with all the connotations that come with crying. Crying envelopes too many feelings from sadness to a stop telling jokes crying with laughter. Sniveling on the other had is, according to a peek at a dictionary is said to be “crying and sniffing in a feeble or fretful way.” My definition is that sniveling is nervously laughing. Often making you feel so silly at whatever may be making you feel like crying.

Past Pages for January 25 to 27, 2023

“Double header” – Two engines from Virginia City were coupled together and both attached to the same train arriving at the Mexican switch. The first one turned to pick up some empty dumps so that when the engine backed down with six dumps there was a collision. A stationary engineer named McKean was hurt when he jumped off into a gulch – Dr. Waters can’t say how badly.

New smoke shop near Carson High raises questions about tobacco laws

A new vape and tobacco shop in a strip mall north of the Carson High School baseball field has raised questions about regulations regarding nicotine products and schools. “I bring my daughter to school in the mornings, and there it was,” said Carson City resident Jerome Lala. “It’s an inappropriate place to put a vape store.”

Tuesday, January 24

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Intention to Act on Resolution to Augment Budget

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Notice of Intention to Act on Resolution to Augment Budget

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Estray Animal

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Notice of Petition to Change name

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Notice of Filing of Public Hearing - Bill No. 102

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Three juveniles in custody, one in critical condition, following Tuesday night shooting

Three juveniles are in custody, one juvenile remains in critical condition in Reno, and investigators believe drugs could be the motive in a Tuesday night shooting in east Carson City.

Fallon sexual assault suspect extradited from Mexico

On Jan. 20, the U.S. Marshals Service extradited Pascual Reyes-Muniz from Mexico City to Fallon. Reyes-Muniz was wanted for Sexual Assault of a Child Under 14 and Lewdness With a Child Under 14. The victim was 6 years old.

Subpoena granted in Reno mayor's suit over tracking device

A Nevada judge has granted subpoenas sought by Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve to force a private investigator to identify who hired his firm to secretly install a tracking device on her vehicle. Washoe County District Judge David Hardy approved the subpoenas on Friday to be served on David McNeely and his private investigation firm 5 Alpha Industries, the Reno Gazette Journal reported.

Fallon wrestlers second at Vaquero Classic

Melendy’s title leads strong showing in final regular-season tournament.

Oasis drops games vs. Sierra Lutheran, Virginia City

The Oasis Academy basketball teams were swept last weekend after taking on Sierra Lutheran and Virginia City.

Fallon native Goodson to compete in Special Olympics World Games

Goodson, who lives in Fernley and will compete in the athletics category, has participated in Special Olympics for 15 years.

Greenwave, Bighorns prep sports calendar

Fallon, Oasis high school sports schedules for Jan. 27-Feb. 1.

Pack grades: Baker, starters shine in 2OT thriller

Wolf Pack's big man scores 28 points in 40 minutes as Nevada edges New Mexico.

Feds announce wildfire reduction program

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said that includes some 2 million acres on the Sierra Front.

State of State 2023: Lombardo requests 12% raises to state workers

During his first State of the State speech, Gov. Joe Lombardo said he wants to cut taxes for businesses and residents. He also said that he wants to make sure that no one time surplus money from the federal government went to funding reoccurring programs.

Post card from Romania: Day 1

Remnants from both the 19th and 20th century envelope the Romania capital Bucharest in ay ways. First, architecture serves as a reminder to Romania’s diversity of both the 19th and 20th century with its Baroque and Byzantinue influences and during the latter part of the 20th century, yet the drab reflections of Soviet dominance gave many cities including Bucharest a feeling of lost hope.

Nevada's major casinos net $4.1 billion in 2022

The net of $26.4 billion in total revenue is $10 billion more than pandemic-impacted 2021.

Monday, January 23

February wild horse adoption at Carson prison canceled

The next adoption at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center is scheduled June 3.

Joyful Noise Children’s Choir spring semester begins Jan. 31

The choir welcomes children ages 4 to 12. Tuition is free.

MW rankings: Boise State goes 1-1 in big week

Broncos get past Nevada in rematch, then lose a thriller at No. 1 New Mexico.

Reno developer welcomes return of office culture, touts business hotels

Par Tolles and other business leaders have built a company culture dependent on personal interaction.

Jim Valentine: Real estate in the snow

Snow doesn’t stop the real estate industry in Northern Nevada.

Developer: Northern Nevada ‘industrial eco-system’ on the move

Par Tolles says there is plenty of interest in Reno and Las Vegas.

Nevada cannabis regulators issue product pesticide advisory

Nevada marijuana regulators have issued a health and safety advisory about widely available legal cannabis products produced in the Las Vegas area during the last 16 months using plants treated with an unapproved pesticide.

Pot location requirements, multifamily development up for planning commission

The Planning Commission will evaluate a request to allow marijuana retail stores in north Carson on Wednesday.

Sunday, January 22

Carson City birth announcements for January 10 to 13, 2023

Carson City birth announcements for January 10 to 13, 2023

Kelly Bullis: Kelly’s 2023 crystal ball for Nevada

The No. 1 “safe” topic for Gov. Joe Lombardo is schools.

Auditors wary of child health, safety in Nevada care centers

State legislative auditors identified “significant issues” with child care centers across the state.

UNR Extension ‘Gardening in Nevada’ classes return

Classes are free and run from 6-8 p.m. every Tuesday from Feb. 7 to March 28 at Bartley Ranch Regional Park in Reno.

WNC News and Notes: Current, prospective WNC students encouraged to apply for scholarships

Students currently enrolled at Western Nevada College, as well as prospective students, are encouraged to apply for scholarship funding through WNC Foundation. WNC Foundation has more than $800,000 in scholarship funding available for the 2023-24 academic year, helping make higher education possible for more students. The Foundation is able to provide scholarship funding to student

Senior Spotlight: Carson High Hits a Grand Slam with Cooper Eaton

This week Carson High School is proud to present Cooper Eaton as the Senior in the Spotlight. Cooper is an excellent student-athlete at Carson High and has great aspirations for himself after he graduates. During his time here, he has excelled in the classroom and currently holds a 4.17 weighted GPA. On top of that, he has also completed 12 honors-level courses at CHS.

Lithium miner cited for violating endangered flower habitat

BLM confirmed land was disturbed within the designated critical habitat for Tiehm’s buckwheat.

Ivan Ferraz: How businesses can prepare for a downturn

Business leaders continue to operate in an environment that many haven’t seen in their professional lifetimes.

Faith & Insight: Ponder the wonders of what is revealed

Christ is the visible image of the invisible God.

Virginia City’s Lacy J. Dalton reflects on 2022 awards, looks forward

The singer/songwriter said she has no plan to slow down.

Saturday, January 21

Jim Hartman: Biden would outlaw your gas stove

They really are coming for your stove.

Carson City road report for January 23 to 29, 2023

Carson City road report for January 23 to 29, 2023

Mile High Jazz Band presents ‘Big Band Jazz at Gina’s’ Jan. 24

The 17-member band will play favorite big-band jazz tunes.

State unveils school funding tracker

NDE oversees $1.5 billion in Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funding.

Past Pages for January 21 to 24, 2023

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Lombardo’s ’State of the State’ set for Monday

The speech will be followed by a week of hearings designed to give lawmakers a preview of what’s in the proposed budget.

Friday, January 20

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Notice of Request for Voluntary Cancellation of Authority

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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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

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Application

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Notice of Application

Supervisors recognize city employees for service

Supervisors lauded nine city employees for their respective lengths of service.

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State agency clears way for new Silver Springs well

The existing well has failed and can no longer provide drinking water to the community.

Roger Diez: Tanner Thorson second at Chili Bowl

Thorson finished a close second to Logan Seavey, breaking the string of back-to-back winners of the event.

Amodei to chair Appropriations subcommittee

The Legislative Branch Subcommittee has jurisdiction over the functioning of Congress.

Artist reception Jan. 24 for Carson City exhibit

The Capital City Arts Initiative presents its new exhibition, “A High Desert Tribute” by Sidne Teske.

State jobless rate rises due to Las Vegas losses

The jobless rate rose from 4.9 percent to 5.2 percent, a decrease of 1,300 jobs.

8 Carson City businesses fail alcohol compliance checks

36 businesses were subjected to an alcohol server compliance check.

Thursday, January 19

Trina Machacek: The surprise of tuna

Oh, the tuna sandwich. Now with tuna the sky can be the limit.

Supervisors OK homeless funding, new fire station

Supervisors voted unanimously to allocate $222,397 toward goals in the Carson City Housing Plan.

Santoro: Brock Purdy a long way from ‘irrelevant’ tag

Purdy has basically gone from C.J. Beathard to Joe Montana in a month. There’s never been a 49er fairy tale like it.

Washoe County School District to employ gun-detecting dog

A dog being trained to sniff out firearms will join school police officers in a few months.

49ers face Cowboys for ninth time in playoffs

San Francisco advanced after scoring the first 25 points of the second half in a lopsided 41-23 win over Seattle on Saturday.

FISH unveils student housing program in Carson City

After students are established in their careers, they will transition to other housing.

Sandra Koch: Which energy direction is Nevada heading?

Let’s make sure our governor knows that Nevadans want access to home grown, cheaper, healthier, lower carbon energy sources.

New sheriff, new direction for Lyon County

Brad Pope said he ran for office to make a difference in the department's leadership.

Wednesday, January 18

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Notice to Creditors & Others Concerned

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Notice of Application to Revise Tariff

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Joint Petition

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Notice to Contractors - Bids wanted for Highway Improvement

Letters to the Editor for January 18, 2023

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

UPDATE: Attempted kidnapping suspect arrested

Omar Garcia-Madrigal turned himself into the Carson City Sheriff’s Office on Thursday.

Man leads deputies up Clear Creek Road in chase

Motorists on Highway 395 witness chase first hand

Senator wrestling has weekend tourney canceled

A look at the results from the past weekend of prep sports around the area.

JoAnne Skelly: Big storms and tree damage

I spent much of the first two weeks of January lifting damaging snow off our fruit trees.

CCSD trustees begin search for new superintendent

School board leaning toward an outside search to replace Stephens.

VFW names District 4 Teacher of the Year

Fallon English teacher Heather Benjamin advances to the state level.

Bighorn news: Spelling bees, scholarships, and mini-sessions

Starting Wednesday, graduating Oasis Academy seniors began receiving weekly help with scholarship applications.

Local author releases free children’s book

“Bennie the Bear – Friends of the Forest” is the third picture and rhyming book in the Bennie the Bear Children's Book series.

David C. Henley: Word police crusading at major U.S. universities

These banned word lists — and their meek acceptance by three universities — have been roundly condemned and mocked by several respected organizations of the left and right.

Greenwave, Bighorns prep sports calendar

Fallon, Oasis high school sports schedules for Jan. 20-24.

Fallon Theatre: 'Cut Days' features Northern Nevada locales

'Senior Cut Days' is a suspense thriller from director/producer Alvin Gray.

City Council approves liquor licenses, appointments

During a special session on Jan. 10, the Fallon council approved liquor licenses and a parcel split.

Basketball: Fallon splits vs. Lyon County teams

Oasis Academy drops 1A league opener.

Birth announcements: Banner Churchill Community Hospital

Lahontan Valley births from Dec. 5 to Christmas Day.

Grades: Are big crowds a problem for Pack?

Grading Nevada’s 77-62 loss at Boise State on Tuesday.

NIAA realignment: Douglas’ 3A football appeal denied

Tigers to remain in 5A North; Dayton switches to independent in football.

Community bulletin board for Jan. 16-22

Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of Jan. 16.

Lyon County cuts Emergency Operations Center status

Emergency Operations Center will resume normal business operations beginning Jan. 18.

Sara Dowling joins LVN as government reporter

The Lahontan Valley News and Nevada News Group has added a new government and business reporter.

Community honors outgoing commissioners

Event recognizes accomplishments of board’s chairman and Assembly-bound lawmaker.

Fallon's Melendy fourth at Spring Creek tournament

Fallon scored 67 points to finish fifth out of Northern 3A schools at the two-day Spring Creek Kiwanis Invitational.

CCSD news: Back to school and lots of snow

CCHS had a welcome-back assembly and celebrated students who made the honor roll or had perfect attendance in the fall.

CAPS: For dogs, it's not the same old grind

Teeth grinding is a hint that something might be wrong with your pet.

Plane found at bottom of Lake Mead after emergency landing

Pilot said the plane had engine failure as he headed for the North Las Vegas Airport.

Past Pages for January 18 to 20, 2023

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Mayor discusses past and future ahead of State of the City

Lori Bagwell says she intends to run for reelection in 2024.

Tuesday, January 17

Carson City legal - 30503

Notice of Application to Revise Tariff

Carson City legal - 30553

Notice of Lien Auction

Storey County legal - 30528

Notice to Creditors by Publication

Carson City legal - 30507

Annual Statement

Lyon County legal - 30555

Notice of Petition for Change of Name

Carson City legal - 30550

Annual Statement

Ask The Dog Trainer: The problem of flatulence

Nothing can quite ruin the mood like an untimely cloud of flatulence issuing from one’s dog.

Goicoechea appointed ag department director

Goicoechea previously served the department as state veterinarian.

Tiger wrestling continues to make strides

Douglas wrestling had plenty of quality results this past weekend at the Spring Creek Invitational

Senior Spotlight: Pioneer Academy’s Andrea Munoz, Lost Then Found

Lost then found. If you had to use only a few words to describe how Andrea Munoz, twelfth grade Pioneer Academy Jumpstart student, felt a few years ago when high school began. Andrea stated that the start of high school seemed okay, but she quickly felt out of place and like an outcast as most of her friends moved on to other groups. She had difficulty fitting in socially, which caused her to feel anxiety. This was having a negative effect on her, and she knew something had to change. Her brother, who attended Pioneer, recommended switching schools and felt Pioneer would be a good fit for her. After the switch, Andrea said she began to feel accepted by the

Nevada OSHA workplace safety violation penalties increase

Nevada OSHA’s penalties will increase by 7.74%, effective immediately for any penalty assessed on or after Jan. 17.

Sisolak named fellow at University of Chicago institute

He will lead seminars on leadership based on lessons learned as governor.

Use-of-force overhaul stalls in Nevada prisons

Department officials said they have partially implemented 14 of the 16 recommendations.

Residential and rental real estate expected to slow

Home sales declined, and home prices and rental rates fell.

Monday, January 16

WNC, Carson schools on 2-hour delay Tuesday

All Carson City School District schools along with Western Nevada College will be on a 2-hour delay Tuesday.

Mountain West: ‘Relentless’ Nevada hits the road

The Wolf Pack plays at Boise State on Tuesday night.

Nevada roadway deaths down by 8 in 2022

The total number of deaths reported is 352 compared to 360 in calendar 2021.

Jim Valentine: The forms are a changing

Change is good if it is understood and properly used.

Lombardo orders review, freeze of new regulations

Agencies will review all existing regulations to recommend which should be eliminated.

Snowy Martin Luther King Jr. day on top for Western Nevada

A fast moving winter storm has greeted commuters this morning. By 6 a.m. about 2 inches of snow was reported. The storm has forced chain and snow tires on all major thoroughfares.

Supervisors to consider homeless plan funding

On the table are $1.16 million to support the Carson City Housing Plan.

Sunday, January 15

Carson City birth announcements for January 2 to 6, 2023

Carson City birth announcements for January 2 to 6, 2023

Reno hires first female police chief in city history

Kathryn Nance is a 26-year veteran of the Stockton Police Department.

Grades: ‘Simply nasty’ Nevada runs over Utah State

Nevada has developed a lethal killer instinct.

Consort Canzona begins rehearsals at Carson City Senior Center

The ensemble plays music from the Renaissance through the baroque periods.

Burning Man sues to stop geothermal project north of Reno

The suit accuses the BLM of breaking environmental laws in approving exploratory drilling in the Black Rock Desert.

Kelly Bullis: A look at Donald Trump’s tax returns

Here are a few tidbits we gleaned.

Faith & Insight: Still speaking

What are we doing with the gift of life that we’ve been given

Conservationists: Feds not protecting rare plant from cattle

In addition to seven cattle photographed at the site there was significant disturbance to the habitat.

Saturday, January 14

Jim Hartman: Speaker McCarthy and the GOP Chaos Caucus

McCarthy won but his victory came at a high price.

Carson City road report for January 16 to 22, 2023

Carson City road report for January 16 to 22, 2023

Carson schools’ reopening plan reviews approach end

The district has entered its final year for updating its safe school reopening plan.

Carson City joins pilot tourism development project

Carson City will be creating a long-term plan for greater tourism appeal that also includes Carson Valley and Virginia City.

Past Pages for January 14 to 17, 2023

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Spike McGuire now leading Brewery Arts Center

Nevada native named executive director, replacing Gina Lopez

Friday, January 13

Carson City legal - 30518

Notice of Public Hearing - January 25, 2023

Carson City legal - 30488

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 30500

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 30532

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 30530

Notice to Creditors

Carson City legal - 30531

Carson City School District Instructional Materials: Marketing

Carson City legal - 30517

Notice of Public Hearing - January 25, 2023

Carson City legal - 30509

Notice of Sale by Auction

Carson City legal - 30506

Notice of Sale by Auction

Douglas basketball rolls Carson

Tiger girls and boys cruise to double-digit wins Friday night

Both Douglas High basketball teams had little trouble with Carson High Friday night at Morse Burley Gymnasium in Carson City.

Carson City students awarded Rosemary Nebesky Memorial Scholarships

Braedan Wedderburn, Sujwal Reddy Yeedunuthula, and Nora Ahumada were the winners.

Senators sweep Senior Night

A look at Carson High wrestling's performance on Senior Night. Plus, results from Carson and Douglas basketball this week

Roger Diez: GM exploring entering Formula 1

The top end of the F1 grid is unchanged. But deeper in the field it’s been a game of musical chairs.

Ex-model gets prison in Vegas slaying of doctor

Kelsey Nichole Turner, 29, agreed to a negotiated sentence that avoided trial.

High Sierra Music Festival announces initial lineup

High Sierra Music Festival takes place June 29 to July 2 in Quincy.

WNC machine tool program technology upgraded

Western Nevada College’s machine tool technology department received a couple of gifts from area manufacturers.

Carson City Legal - 30476

Notice of Application

Carson City Legal - 30475

Notice of Application

Lombardo names two new directors

Leaders named for Gaming Control Board and Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

Ford hopes Nevada Legislature addresses human trafficking

Nevada attorney general said as of 2020, more than 24.9 million worldwide are subjected to human trafficking.

Thursday, January 12

Former Tahoe Biltmore on track to become a Waldorf Astoria

On Thursday, EKN Development gave the Incline Village/Crystal Bay community an update on what is happening with the former Tahoe Biltmore in Crystal Bay. The hotel casino was in operation for 76 years and fell into disarray before EKN Development came in and bought the property in 2021.

Fed money set for school-zone streets in Carson

Streets near Carson Middle School and Bordewich Bray Elementary will be addressed.

Santoro: For 14-4 Wolf Pack, the road gets much bumpier

The final 13 regular-season games are not going to be as smooth, easy and stress-free as things have been so far.

Le Visage Spa for Skincare hosts grand opening, ribbon cutting Jan. 13

Nevada is known for its dry, arid climate, 300 days of sunshine a year and limitless outdoor activities, which can wreak havoc on your skin. Elaine Spencer, owner of the newly opened Le Visage Spa for Skincare located in the Carson Mall, said skin, being the largest organ in the human body, needs to be nurtured especially in this climate.

Linda Marrone: Blue cheese dressing completes picture-perfect meal (recipe)

The original recipe, used at the Ormsby House, was for 55 gallons.

Man held in Vegas solar-array attack to get competency exams

Mohammed Reza Mesmarian complained about a “broken” legal system before being escorted out of court.

Carson City pushing safety around school buses

Overtaking and passing a school bus when lights are flashing is illegal.

Wednesday, January 11

Churchill County legal - 30404

Notice to Creditors

Churchill County legal - 30383

Notice of Supplement to the Joint Application

Trina Machacek: The snow knows me

Snow and I have a tenuous, avalanche-like, relationship.

Information sought on hit and run in Carson City

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Investigation Division is attempting to identify a vehicle and a driver in a hit and run accident involving a pedestrian that occurred on the evening of Tuesday night near the intersection of Saliman Road and William Street.

Grades: SDSU overwhelms Pack from the start

Grading Nevada’s 74-65 loss to San Diego State on Tuesday in San Diego.

Taxes, taxes — who’s got the taxes?

Every president since Richard Nixon has voluntarily released his taxes to the public; Donald Trump refused.

Churchill County in 2022: The year in review (part II)

A look back at the major news events occurring in Churchill County and the surrounding area for the last six months of 2022.

Boys: Fallon opens 3A East play with OT win

Greenwave also finishes 1-2 at California tournament.

VIDEO: Landslide closes State Route 208 in Lyon County

A landslide fell across roughly 400 feet of roadway between mileposts 14 and 15.

Fallon City Council swears in members

Snowy day doesn't stop swearing in of Frost, Harmon.

Nevada State Museum seeking tour guides

Friends of the Nevada State Museum is recruiting for a variety of volunteer capacities.

Greenwave, Bighorns prep sports calendar

Fallon, Oasis high school sports schedules for Jan. 12-18.

CCSD's Summer Stephens offers resignation

Churchill County superintendent plans to leave post at the end of June.

Community bulletin board for Jan. 9-15

Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of Jan. 9.

Wrestlers finish second at Sparks Invitational

The Greenwave wrestling team finished 15 points behind cross-valley rival Fernley at last week’s Sparks Invitational.

Churchill County Legal - 30413

Notice of Lien Sale

Churchill County Legal - 30412

Notice of Lien Sale

Outgoing commissioner: ‘It’s been a good ride’

Pete Olsen reflects on years as county commissioner.

Carson City overdose deaths, DUIs spike in 2022

Sheriff Ken Furlong said crimes against persons decreased by about 5 percent.

Past Pages for January 11 to 13, 2023

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Girls: Fallon drops 3A East opener to defending state champs

Lowry gave up the opening basket, then came back with the next nine points and never looked back.

County's election winners sworn in

Judge Thomas Stockard also administered oaths to four school board members who were elected in November.

CAPS: Doggone it, dogs also get dementia

Yes, your BFF can get dementia, and as they age it is common.


Winter is here, and for many of us in the Nevada area, it means participating in all the great outdoor activities.

Bighorn news: Student council attends NASC conference

Oasis had multiple students host workshops at this year’s regional conference at Reed.

Everything awesome as Fallon Theatre adds 'Lego Movie'

At 7 p.m. both evenings will be the second movie in the Harry Potter series: 'The Chamber of Secrets.'

Reno officer critical, 1 suspect dead, 1 wounded

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office is leading the investigation.

Koenig praises county on his way to Assembly

Lawmaker cites willingness to work together to solve problems

Tuesday, January 10

State of Nevada legal - 30363

Notice of the filing of Petition of the Water Master

Carson City legal - 30382

Notice of Supplement to the Joint Application

Carson City legal - 30368

Annual Statement

Carson City legal - 30369

Annual Statement

Carson City legal - 30446

Annual Statement

Carson City legal - 30367

Invitation to Bid

Carson City Legal - 30430

Annual Statement

Carson City Legal - 30429

Annual Statement

Carson City Legal - 30428

Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

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Former Carson Pines tenant: 'I am literally in survival mode'

Carson City code enforcement officers posted a notice barring entry onto the second floor.

Nevada AG quiet on GOP fake electors’ probe

Aaron Ford did say he's cooperating with the Justice Department's investigation.

Carson City Legal - 30439

Notice of Lien Sale

MW: SDSU, Pack 1-2 going into Tuesday’s game

Fresno State brought New Mexico back down to earth last week.

Carson City Legal - 30450

Notice of Application

Carson City Legal - 30443

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

New Lyon County sheriff eliminates lieutenant position

Sheriff Brad Pope used vacant position to help fund 2 deputy spots.

Get Healthy Carson City: January is National Blood Donor Month

The first National Blood Donor Month was proclaimed by President Richard Nixon.

UPDATE: State offices closing at 3 p.m. on Tuesday

The storm is expected to drop up to 3 inches of snow in Carson City.

Fiore’s vote questioned after move from Vegas

Her appointment is the latest chapter in a decade-long career marked by scandal.

Monday, January 9

Trina Machacek: Unpredictable predictability

I mourn for all the plastic I leave behind as I move forward.

Lyon County declares state of emergency

The Lyon County Commission on Monday has declared it is in a state of emergency due to the recent severe weather and flooding to seek assistance from the Nevada governor and state agencies.

Douglas' 3A football appeal denied

NIAA shuts down classification change without a vote

The NIAA realignment committee rejected Douglas High School's appeal to have its football program move from Class 5A to 3A Monday morning.

Pack grades: Davidson has best outing in romp over SJSU

Grading Nevada’s 67-40 win at San Jose State on Saturday.

Take the over? Betting markets adjust to higher scoring

The recent rise in NBA and NHL scoring has caused betting markets to respond, posting totals that would have been unimaginable not long ago.

Carson High student photo exhibition in the Brick

The exhibition will remain open to the public through March 16.

Kelly Bullis: Getting ready to file your 2022 tax return

Getting ready to prepare your tax return is like trying to eat an elephant

Members sought for Carson City redevelopment, audit committees

The application deadlines have been extended to Jan. 19.

Pair of mountain lions spotted near Topaz Lake

Mountain lions don’t hibernate in the winter and are more likely to be spotted during the cold months.

Mohr Capital plans Fernley, Reno projects to start 2023

Mohr recently completed a Class A industrial facility at Tahoe Reno Industrial Center.

Sunday, January 8

Letters to the Editor for January 7, 2023

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

Carson City Symphony to begin rehearsals Wednesday

Rehearsals will take place from 7-9:15 p.m. at Carson High School.

Supervisors appoint 3 to Cultural Commission

The Cultural Commission is charged with overseeing public art and cultural issues.

State announces video help for visually impaired

The series explains different skills including walking with a cane, using a guide dog and signing documents.

Nevada senators call on FCC to fix broadband map

The Nevada Democrats said the broadband map posted by the FCC doesn’t provide an accurate depiction of broadband availability in the state.

Jim Valentine: Nevada real estate quirks

Nevada laws may be different than those where you are coming from.

Faith & Insight: New things

We must ask ourselves if we let Christ make all things new.

School board opens 2023 schedule with new members

The Carson City School Board’s first meeting of 2023 will welcome new members.

Saturday, January 7

Jim Hartman: It’s now Gov. Joe Lombardo

Lombardo was the rare statewide winner while losing Washoe and Clark counties.

Carson City road report for January 9 to 15, 2023

Carson City road report for January 9 to 15, 2023

Pack’s Bobby Dolan dinner set for Jan. 25

Former Nevada standouts Andy Dominique, Chris Gimenez and Miles Mastrobuoni will be featured.

Biden agenda, lithium mine, tribes, greens collide in Nevada

A federal judge in Reno said she hoped to make a decision “in the next couple months.”

Lombardo declares liquid petroleum gas delivery emergency

Late Friday night, Gov. Joe Lombardo issued a proclamation declaring a liquid petroleum gas delivery emergency in Nevada.

Past Pages for January 7 to 10, 2023

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

New commercial real estate brokerage opens in Carson City

Nevada Commercial Group combines NAI Alliance Carson City and John Uhart Commercial Real Estate Services.

Friday, January 6

Lyon County legal - 30344

Notice of Hearing

Carson City legal - 30346

Notice of Application - 22-12023

Carson City legal - 30340

Notice of Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 30347

Notice of Modification to Existing Tariff - 22-12025

Carson City legal - 30345

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

State of Nevada Legal - 30361

Notice of the filing of Petition of the Water Master

Carson City legal - 30341

Notice to Creditors

Lyon County legal - 30339

Notice to Creditors

Carson City meetings will not be available on local channels as system updates take place

Residents of Carson City have always had several options to watch public meetings through their local channels, the city's website, and YouTube.

Lyon County calls emergency meeting on Monday morning to address flooding

The Lyon County Commission is calling an emergency meeting at 9 a.m. Monday to approve a resolution declaring an emergency due to severe weather and flooding conditions.

Blue bows unite Carson City residents in fight against human trafficking

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Carson Chamber Singers begin rehearsals Tuesday

Performances of Handel's oratorio Israel in Egypt will be May 6 and 7.

Storey County prepares sandbag stations, evacuation center

The storm is expected to bring heavy snow Sunday and heavy rain starting Monday.

Lombardo spokesman: State workers get raise in budget

Budget will also provide “unprecedented funding to education.”

Roger Diez: Chili Bowl kicks off 2023 racing slate

360 midget racers are ready as the 2023 Chili Bowl gets underway Sunday.

2022 review: The year in Wolf Pack sports

The year featured a long losing streak, some new faces, and a basketball resurgence

Lyon County encourages citizens to prepare for incoming storm

Lyon County is encouraging residents to be prepared for upcoming storm events expected to impact the region through next week. The wet weather could bring flooding to smaller streams, poor drainage areas and areas prone to flooding.

City offers drop-off for damaged trees as storms continue

More storms are expected this weekend through Wednesday.

The Fox closing for week during remodeling

“Short term thinking gets you nowhere, think long term and stay the course.”

Trump lawyers questioned Nevada’s 2020 vote, records show

Clark County provided the documents in response to a subpoena seeking communications between Trump associates and county officials.

Thursday, January 5

Tiger boys send Miner hoops packing

Douglas High boys basketball had a forward nearly go for a triple-double against Bishop Manogue Thursday night.

LCSO: Fernley man’s death was homicide

Dean Sandoval, 57, was found dead inside a residence in the 600 block of Canary Circle in Fernley.

DA won’t seek death penalty in Carson City homicide

Samuel Cocking is charged in the fatal shooting of Phillip Eubanks.

Churchill County in 2022: The year in review

A look back at the major news events occurring in Churchill County and the surrounding area for the first six months of 2022.

Supervisors approve dog policy for city parks

Policy sets where dogs are allowed in 8,000 acres of parks, trails and open space.

Grades: Strong close lifts Pack over Rams

Grading Nevada’s 80-69 victory against Colorado State on Wednesday in Reno.

Southwest starts on reputation repair after cancellations

The disruptions started with a winter storm and snowballed when Southwest’s ancient crew-scheduling technology failed.

Washoe sheriff: No foul play in Renner’s ‘tragic accident’

The 51-year-old “Avengers” star was seriously hurt when he was run over by his own snowcat.

Lyon County Commission elects chair, vice chair

Commissioners eventually drew high card to determine who would be chairman.

Wednesday, January 4

Churchill County legal - 29830

Notice of Public Hearing

Churchill County legal - 30200

Notice of Hearing

Pershing County legal - 30231

Petition for Adult Name Change

Churchill County legal - 30218

Notice of Change in Public Hearing

Churchill County legal - 30219

Notice of Change in Public Hearing

Letters to the Editor for January 4, 2023

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal.

2022: The Year in prep sports

A look at some of the best moments from the 2022 prep sports year

Fodder: CFP finalist TCU, Wolf Pack share some history

Nevada fans, your rooting interest Monday should be TCU, which used to share a conference with the Pack.

CCSD news: Grad Night, Grinches, and grand celebrations

News and events from throughout the district.

Community bulletin board for Jan. 2-8

Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of Jan. 2.

Strong: 'I am ready to listen to you' — let's hope so

On Nov. 14, Gov.-elect Joe Lombardo promised he would “never stop listening” to his constituents. Then he ended his speech by refusing to take questions.

CCSO seeks suspect in theft of $1,200 in video games

The theft occurred Dec. 10 at Retro Replay Store.

Tara Riddle: Flourless espresso chocolate cake with chocolate ganache (recipe)

"This is a super quick and easy cake to make for any occasion."

CCSD partners with Care Solace for students, staff

The mental-health service is available at no cost to Churchill County School District students, staff, and their families

CAPS: Canine influenza is on the rise

The virus causes respiratory illness in dogs and sometimes leads to death.

Preps: Fallon splits with Wooster; Oasis wins third in a row

Greenwave boys team grabs big early lead in road win over Colts.

Lyon County preps county manager contract for Haskin

Andrew Haskin has served in an interim capacity for three months.

Bighorn news: The top 10 Oasis moments of 2022

Highlights from a round the Oasis Academy community.

Past Pages for January 4 to 6, 2023

Carson City history from the archive of the Nevada Appeal.

Fallon Theatre welcomes Harry Potter to begin 2023

Also, three special events scheduled for January.

Jury questionnaires being mailed to some county residents

The form determines eligibility to serve on juries for 2023.

WNC news: Psychology instructor Gehman recognized for Best of Fallon award

Also around campus: Scholarships, spring registration, nursing, and STEAM camps.

Carson City legal - 29519

Invitation to Bid

Tuesday, January 3

Lyon County legal - 30285

Notice of Public Lien Sale

Carson City legal - 29232

Invitation to Bid

Carson City legal - 29818

Invitation to Bid - Roofing Replacement, Indian Hills Collection Center

Carson City legal - 30057

Invitation to Bid - Renovation of Marlette Lecture Hall

Ask The Dog Trainer: Reducing dog bites starts with education

Growing up with a dog by your side can be a wonderful experience.

Lombardo says he is committed to 'the Nevada Way'

Gov. Joe Lombardo repeated his oath Tuesday in Carson City.

Lyon County prepares for 2023 legislative session

Lyon County is making preparations for the 2023 legislative session.

More snow forecast as Carson assesses damage from last storm

A winter storm warning for the greater Sierra region is in effect until Friday.

Dickson Realty acquires RCM, adds 37 agents

RCM Realty Group, founded in 2014, now part of Dickson group.

MW rankings: UNLV plummets; No. 1 Lobos move to 14-0

Rebels lose twice to open Mountain West play; UNM is nation's last remaining unbeaten team.

Salmon farm planned near Winnemucca

West Coast Salmon of Nevada received more than $16 million in tax abatements from the state.

Supervisors to review jail report, committee appointments, dog policy

Supervisors will be busy at their Thursday meeting.

Monday, January 2

Carson City opening a warming shelter at Carson City Fire Station 51

Carson City will open a warming shelter on Tuesday, at the Carson City Fire Station 51, 777 S. Stewart St., from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. NV Energy has reported that there are 1,199 customers without power, down from 2,203, as of 7:30 p.m. Monday.

NDEP nears completion of first phase in Anaconda mine site cleanup

The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection nearly has completed the first of three phases before expected site closure in 2029.

BAC launches campaign for permanent outdoor stage

The Brewery Arts Center is embarking on a capital campaign to raise $200,000.

Grading the Pack: Nevada picks up stress-free road win

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 75-69 men’s basketball victory over the Air Force Falcons on Saturday at Colorado Springs, Colo...

MGM Resorts sells Las Vegas massacre site

The site was purchased by the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.

Kelly Bullis: Two more years of Trump tax cuts

It was passed in 2017 and only meant to last eight years.

Traffic citations now civil infractions in Nevada

The same fines that are in current criminal statutes remain in place, but traffic violations would no longer be criminal, but civil.

Sunday, January 1

Las Vegas quashes 35,000 traffic warrants under new law

A municipal court has quashed thousands of active warrants and also dropped the fees tied to them.

Silver State Electric

Service & Repairs

Marilyn Foster: Let’s explore the world together in 2023

The Dalai Lama has it right, “Once a year, go someplace you’ve never gone before.”

A Moving Experience

A Moving Experience

November gaming win down 7.6 percent from 2021

That is about $100 million less than a year ago.

Jim Valentine: Real estate and the new year

The new year tick means out with the old and in with the new.

Faith & Insight: God’s mercies are renewed every day

Most years seem to have their own unique blend of triumphs and trials.

Rocky ride: Tesla stock down 70% in 2022

Shares are on pace to finish in the bottom five biggest decliners among S&P 500 stocks.