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Carson City School District waits on Legislature for budget guidance

Nevada’s school districts still keep their eye on what’s coming in the weeks ahead during the legislative session while preparing their tentative budgets.

Fernley fantasy writer steps into publishing industry

Fernley resident and fantasy writer KD Julicher has a sharp imagination and an unusual fondness for semicolons.

Fuji master plan update to keep park ‘focal point’ of Carson City

Carson City’s Parks and Recreation Committee has approved updating the Fuji Park Master Plan with the addition of a cooling system to the horse barn at the request of 4-H and other groups that use the facility extensively.

‘What a life:’ Little bit of mischief never hurt Dayton centenarian (video)

Velma Thornburgh of Dayton insists she’s not turning 101 today, preferring to knock off a year or two – or six. It keeps her feeling young.

Carson High parents, seniors will be asked about graduation

Some Carson City schools – but not Carson High – have announced their promotion and graduation plans.

Churches ready for Easter through digital discipleship

More church pews and chairs slowly are being filled again just in time for Easter Sunday.

Carson City couple to appear on ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ on April 7

Carson City newlyweds Cole and Linda Schmidt carefully had to make sure she was stepping up on a chair just right in her wedding dress for filming purposes.

Pass rates fall at Carson City schools in pandemic

Pass rates for Carson City School District students in the 2020-21 school year have decreased compared to recent years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nevada Medal recipient: Science matters in daily life

Science might not provide a complete answer all of the time, but it’s the best place to start in making challenging choices in society, Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, a celebrated astronaut and oceanographer says.

Pioneer Academy to become central hub for Carson City schools' online learning

The Carson City School District has announced it will be transitioning all full-time online education for first- through 12th-grade students through one site to be known as the Pioneer Academy starting in the 2021-22 school year.

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