Jim Valentine: A time to be grateful and thankful

I am so thankful that I live where I do, among all of you…

New book looks at being Airbnb host at Tahoe

Reed will be signing and selling her books at the Valhalla Holiday Faire this weekend.

Michelle Palmer: Stew delivers rib-sticking warmness (recipe)

Brunswick stew was a Colonial Williamsburg favorite.

Carson Mall ready for Small Business Saturday

Virginia City offering a full holiday schedule

The businesses have been gearing up for the holiday shopping season.

Carson bowlers raise funds for veterans

The local association sponsored the Chris Beard Memorial BVL Tournament.

Brian Formisano: Long winter for Northern Nevada tourism

The tourism industry needs a contingency plan for the coming economic cool down.

New north Carson store offers array of gift ideas

Top Music, Arts, and Beyond has guitars, art supplies and home décor.

Ronni Hannaman: ‘One Team – One Dream’ is motto of family-run Bella Vita Bistro

Family has kept Lori Baxter, owner of Bella Vita Bistro, centered through the pandemic and economic downturns.

Jim Valentine: Adapting the winter mindset

Perception is reality of course so don’t overreact to extreme weather.

Renown expanding south Reno medical facility

The 120,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building will attach to the front facade of the existing South Meadows hospital.

Kelly Bullis: Increasing retirement savings

A bill in the Senate called the EARN act has some great potential.

Reno battery recycling company awarded $10 million federal grant

American Battery Technology Co., has been awarded a $9.99 million federal grant from the Department of Energy.

Nevada adds 7,500 jobs in October

That is 22,200 more jobs than the state had before the pandemic and 55,500 more jobs than there were in October 2021.

Appeal reporter honored by Nevada Association of School Boards

Jessica Garcia received the Media Award for Outstanding Education Reporting for 2022.

AAA: 55 million expected to travel for Thanksgiving; gas prices highest ever

Nearly 55 million people are expected to travel for Thanksgiving, the organization said. For drivers, gas prices will be at their highest ever for the holiday.