Winner of vet hospital logo announced
November 13, 2006
Dr. Danny and Deborah Larson have announced the winner of the logo contest for Dayton Riverside Veterinary Hospital.
The winners are Dianne and Mike Draper of Stagecoach, who received a $500 check from the Larsons. The Larsons would like to extend a hearty thank you to all who submitted entries, making a winning decision very difficult.
The hospital is in its final stages of construction at 210 Dayton Valley Road in Dayton.
Capital Towing employee Michael Irwin has traveled the world this week. Irwin can be seen in a photo by Nevada Appeal photographer Chad Lundquist as he stands inside the cab of a truck that overturned during Monday’s windstorm.
The Appeal photo was sent to The Associated Press and then chosen by MSNBC for its online “Week in Pictures” site and also by AOL for its “Pictures of the Week.”
To see the MSNBC’s “Week in Pictures” visit: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3842331/?&&CM=CoverQuicklinks&CE=15&HL=TWIP
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To see the photo on AOL go to: http://memberpictures.aol.com/aolvisions/potw.
The Carson City Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Unit is seeking volunteers. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, in good physical condition, and live within 30 minutes travel time of Carson City. All successful candidates are required to pass the same background check as regular sheriff’s deputies.
Search and Rescue members’ duties include searching for lost persons, aiding law enforcement officers in searching for crime scene evidence, assisting other area agencies in large scale search operations and providing additional manpower to the Carson City Sheriff for crowd and traffic control during public events such as Nevada Day and Taste of Downtown.
New recruits will be offered training in tracking and search management, CPR, swift water rescue, high angle rescue and outdoor survival techniques.
Applications for membership may be obtained at the front desk of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, 901 East Musser St., during normal business hours. Completed applications should be returned to the sheriff’s office no later than Jan. 19. Selected applicants will be interviewed during the first week of February.