JoAnne Skelly: Plants suffer when planted at the wrong time

Our environment with its excessive winds, low humidity, heat and extremely bright sun allows many plants to “burn,” particularly newbies.

Scott Crawford: Try a new shopping experience with a local retailer

Sometime this week, stop by a local Carson City retailer, and say hello. Buy a couple of items, and show them how much you care.

Jim Valentine: These times and real estate

We still live in communities in Northern Nevada that understand the community is only as good as the people living and serving it.

Area staffing agencies: Market faces ‘tremendous wage pressure’

In Northern Nevada, even before the pandemic, finding enough qualified people to place into open jobs was an issue, said Celeste Johnson, CEO of The Applied Companies.

Kelly Bullis: Answers about 2021 advance Child Tax Credit

If you are a parent struggling to keep the family budget above water, hopefully this will help you out.

Hangtown Music Festival announces festival additions

More artists have been added to the lineup for the 10th anniversary Hangtown Music Festival taking place Oct. 24-27.

June gaming win over $1 billion fourth consecutive month

Total win for the fiscal year was $10.66 billion, a 14.3 percent increase over 2020.

State official: Thacker Pass lithium mine may be better bet than Rhyolite Ridge

"All the challenges related to Thacker Pass, from my perspective and my jurisdiction, are manageable."

Tasting the best tiramisu at Js’ in Dayton

Tiramisu is a staple in most Italian restaurants. It’s a customer favorite at Js’ Old Town Bistro.

Greenhouse Project dinner set Sept. 27 in Carson City

Tickets cost $275 each and are limited to 100.

Ronni Hannaman: Economy continues strong in Carson City

Out of the 14 top local employers in Carson City, three are private sector and Carson Tahoe Health is a non-profit.

Jim Valentine: Mother Nature rules

We live in a wonderful area full of beauty and wonderful things, but it is subject to change and we must be ready to embrace the changes and adapt.

Ronni Hannaman: Summertime is for rock ‘n’ roll and classic cars

The Downtown Revival Car Show sponsored by the Carson City Esther Chapter #3 Order of the Eastern Star brought many car enthusiasts to the downtown on July 1

JoAnne Skelly: Stop yellow starthistle from spreading

This annual weed sprouts, grows, blooms, produces seed and dies in one year.

Kelly Bullis: Hiring your spouse

In these tight employee availability times we are in, one way to get some help might be hiring your spouse.