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Work begins on U.S. 95 North

NDOT project should be completed this fall.

Strong: Equality of rights under the law

In 2017, Nevada voters ratified the federal Equal Rights Amendment. In 2022, we took a bigger step forward.

Carson High softball homers twice in loss to Spanish Springs

This roundup also includes results from Carson High baseball and track and field events from this past weekend.

Veterans attend military day at Legislature

Late founder of the United Veterans Legislative Council remembered during opening ceremony.

Photos: CCSD awards ceremony

Students honored for achievements in Academic Olympics, wrestling, and archery.

Reception for Carson City art show March 30

Marietta Sophie Paul’s show will be in the Community Center’s Crowell Board Room through July 6.

Ceremonies mark Vietnam Remembrance Day

Sparks, Carson City host events to honor military men, women who served in Southeast Asia.

CAPS: Do pets notice daylight saving time?

Pets have no choice but to follow our human schedules.

Community news briefs for week of March 20

Churchill County news in brief and upcoming events for the week of March 20.

Kelly Bullis: Avoid mistakes in your will/trust

“What is the status of your estate documents?”

Carson City open burn season runs through May 23

The Carson City Fire Department has announced open burn season will run through May 23 depending on permit status and weather conditions.

Higher ed hopeful about budget after years of cuts

Gov. Joe Lombardo is the bearer of the first promise to substantially boost college and university funding in more than a decade.

Glenn Miller Orchestra returning to Carson City

The modern rendition of the band brings the same jazzy, big band sound the original was known for.

Comedy on stage at Fallon Theatre, along with 'Quiet Man'

'March Mayhem Comedy Night' takes over the building on Friday.



CCSD news: High school hosts eighth-graders for school showcase

News, events and updates from throughout the district.

Bighorn news: Life skills and Pi Day

The life skills class recently toured the Gemini facility, learning the process of making acrylic and metal signs.

Fallon baseball stays perfect to begin season

Greenwave softball suffers first loss of season

Fallon track competes in California invitational

The Greenwave took a large group to the annual Del Oro meet.

Oasis softball, baseball open '23 seasons with wins

Baseball team, in first year, gets 15-0 shutout win; Bighorns' softball sweeps doubleheader.