Charlie Abowd celebrates book release in Carson City Saturday

The celebration will take place from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at Nashville Social Club.

Michelle Palmer: Chopped salad with mom’s dressing (recipe)

My belief is for an entrée salad you need plenty of dark leafy greens, some being bitter, treating protein as a condiment, not the center of the plate.

JoAnne Skelly: Benefits of gardening

For those with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, active gardening can help them reconnect with positive emotions and long-term memories.

‘No new taxes’ Lombardo tells Chamber members

Gov. Joe Lombardo told the Carson City Chamber of Commerce his experience in law enforcement taught him that small businesses keep cities functioning.

Kelly Bullis: Avoid mistakes in your will/trust

“What is the status of your estate documents?”

JoAnne Skelly: Wait to work wet soil

Working wet soil can seriously compact it by pushing the soil particles closer together.

Jim Valentine: Protecting your property

Don’t be laggard in your efforts to protect your assets, sign up for a notification service today and rest easy.

Lombardo plans ‘aggressive’ economic development approach

Plan lays out “a vision that aligns with what the governor said about being aggressive about courting businesses” to the state.

Campagni scholarships assist WNC students

Carson City Toyota annually provides scholarships to area students to attend Western Nevada College.

Mobile sports bets booming — wagers now open in 33 states

States such as Ohio, Kansas, Massachusetts and Maryland are the latest to look for additional revenue through legalized sports gambling.

Carson City women recognized for making a difference

The Carson City Chamber recognized a dozen women during a luncheon Wednesday.

Tara Riddle: Decadent, sweet banana cake (recipe)

Banana cake with cream cheese frosting and toasted candied pecans on top.

Realtor group: Buyers, sellers ‘both in the market’

In February, Carson saw 30 sales of existing single-family homes, a 41.2 decrease from the previous year but a 42.9 percent increase from January.

Western Nevada College, Redwood Materials announce partnership

The training program for safe and effective battery recycling practices uses the Mobile Manufacturing Lab.

Kelly Bullis: Involuntary conversion of a personal residence

Anybody lose a home in California fires in the last few years?