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Nevada coronavirus task force: All teachers have either received a shot or been offered vaccinations

Caleb Cage, head of Nevada’s virus task force, announced Monday that every educator in every school district has either received at least their first vaccination shot, is scheduled for a shot or been offered a vaccination.

Nevada expecting to get 24K doses of J&J vaccine this week

Nevada expects to get 24,000 doses of the newly authorized Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine this week, but state officials have not yet detailed whether the single-shot vaccine will be targeted for use in any particular community.

Anti-restriction Nevada counties prep to manage own virus rules

Nevada officials are preparing to cede decision-making power over the state's coronavirus measures to county officials. In the five rural counties that have passed resolutions condemning the restrictions, it's unclear how much will change.

46 new COVID-19 cases, Carson City Health and Human Services reports

Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting 46 new COVID-19 cases during from Saturday until Monday.

No question: Aztecs are No. 1 in Mountain West

The San Diego State Aztecs are clearly the team to beat in the Mountain West. The Aztecs, the No. 1 team in this week’s Nevada Appeal Mountain West men’s basketball rankings, made a loud statement last week by beating No. 2 Boise State twice, 78-66 and 62-58.

Carson City School District Pre-K, Kindergarten & Annual Update Registrations begins April 6

The Carson City School District is asking parents to mark their calendars for Tuesday, April 6, when all pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, new and returning student updates and registrations will begin.

The Carson City School District is asking parents to mark their calendars for Tuesday, April 6, when all pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, new and returning student updates and registrations will begin. Pre-K and kindergarten registration traditionally has been the first week of March.

Don't drink and walk in traffic or you might end up in jail: Carson City Sheriff's Office

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

Kelly Bullis: New tax breaks for 2020

Congress, in its usual manner, made some last-minute tax law changes which is giving the IRS some major trouble to program their computers for filing 2020 tax returns.

The popular Mexican Ditch trail a backbone of Carson recreation

The Mexican Ditch Trail is one of the longest, easiest trails in Carson City. The path stretches about 4 miles from the Moffat Space Open Property to the Mexican Dam on the Carson River.

The ‘Confident Carson City Coin Collector’ now available

Rusty Goe’s three-volume set, “The Confident Carson City Coin Collector,” answers myriad questions asked by his clients during his three-plus-decade career as a coin dealer, researcher and author.

Ronni Hannaman: Mary’s voice made a difference

Mary Fischer was a Carson City icon who passed unexpectedly Feb. 4.

Renaming airport after Harry Reid estimated to cost $5M to $7M

Airport officials are estimating that the move to rename McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas after former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada will cost between $5 million to $7 million.

Nevada prison system reports errors in COVID-19 case counts

The Department of Corrections has been incorrectly reporting COVID-19 cases in facilities because of data entry errors, state officials in Nevada said.

Northern Nevada tribe co-stars in Peter Gabriel music video

Drummers and dancers from the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe in northern Nevada are among more than two dozen artists worldwide who appear in a music video remake of a song rock musician Peter Gabriel first recorded four decades ago protesting racism.

Carson City Library installs automated materials handler

The automated materials handler at the Carson City Library offers a touchless service for staff and the public to return materials by minimizing the number of touches.

Jaak Daemen: Time to reduce dependence on imported minerals

Although the need for minerals is growing rapidly, and U.S. mineral import reliance has reached alarming levels, little has been done to reorient mining policy. Warnings that shortages and sharply higher costs for mineral resources lie ahead show up everywhere.

Kate Johnson: Homemade bagels: crispy, chewy and delicious (recipe)

This recipe is adapted from a Serious Eats recipe where I was introduced to a Japanese method of making bread that uses what is called a “yukone.”

Jim Valentine: Real estate today

High prices is a fact of life at this time. Multiple offers are something that must be dealt with. How you compete with other offers is an art form that your agent must have experience with to make you competitive.

Faith & Insight: Great expectations or great hope?

Most often our expectations are predetermined with a fixed outcome, usually based on, even limited to, what we know or have experienced. A defined outcome. Holding onto them can overwhelm us, influence our behavior and attitudes and alter how we see and respond.