Dennis Cassinelli: The relatively long history of Dayton

A frontiersman guiding a group of emigrants to California discovered gold nuggets at the mouth of Gold Creek Canyon near where it empties into the Carson River.

Get Healthy Carson City: Wednesday is World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day is recognized annually on July 28, the birthday of Dr. Baruch Blumberg (1925–2011).

Past Pages for July 28 to 30, 2021

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Jim Hartman: Supreme Court leans right

The Supreme Court’s 2020-21 term concluded in July with a newly expanded 6-3 conservative majority prevailing in several major decisions.

Tom Riggins: Fearmongering again

The fear campaign is back, caused by COVID returning. You will die from the new Delta variant. Never mind that the facts don’t support that, you must be afraid.

Jeanette Strong; Who shot Ashli Babbitt?

“Who shot Ashli Babbitt? Why are they keeping that secret? Who was the person that shot an innocent, wonderful, incredible woman, a military woman?” Former President Donald Trump, July 11, 2021

Trina Machacek: A woman in waning

Oh, the fullest of moons will not only take your breath away but won’t give it back until the sun comes up the next morning. Now that’s a full-service moon.

Ron Knecht: Homelessness: Modern trends and reasons

Regardless of actual numbers and trends, they are abundant, even in Northern Nevada. Why?

Pat Propster: Voices of influence

What voices do we allow to influence us the most? In most cases, in order to be influenced, one must be open to receive it.

Ken Beaton: The big breakout

Operation Cobra, was the plan to breakout from the Normandy hedge grove country.

Guy Farmer: COVID-19 infects the Tokyo Olympic Games

As a lifelong sports fan, I usually look forward to the Olympic Games, but not so much this year because COVID-19 afflicts and infects the Tokyo Games.

Past Pages for July 24 to 27, 2021

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Letters to the editor for July 21, 2021

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published July 21, 2021

Kellye Champman: COVID victory garden

With life resuming slowly and cautiously, I gratefully water and fertilize the patio garden that nurtured my emotional well-being during a very trying year.

Dennis Cassinelli: The Como mining area

The Como post office opened on Dec. 30, 1879, and closed Jan. 3, 1881. Then again it opened on May 20, 1903, and closed permanently on Feb. 28, 1905.