Scott Neuffer

Reporter

With Nevada News Group since 2022

Phone: +17758811285

Email: sneuffer@nevadaappeal.com

Job duties:
I follow and report on Carson City government, business, arts and culture and other facets of the capital city. Community journalism is challenging but worth it. I love to write, and Carson is a vibrant city to cover as a journalist.

About me:
I have three children, including twin daughters, and am raising them in Gardnerville with my spouse of many years. In my life outside the office, I run a literary magazine and write books. The mountains also beckon.

2023 Nevada Press Association Awards
• First Place in News Enterprise Reporting
• First Place in Political/Government Enterprise Reporting
• First Place in Entertainment Feature Story
• Second Place in Coverage of Underserved Communities

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Recent Stories

Regional road projects move forward, city ready for local road projects

Carson City Regional Transportation Commission members are optimistic about the ability to prioritize local road projects if voters pass two ballot measures.

$6.4 million grant for Ash Canyon to be evaluated

The Carson City Parks and Recreation Commission and Open Space Advisory Committee are meeting jointly Monday to evaluate a roughly $6.4 million potential federal grant.

2024 Carson City primary election results

Mail ballots had to be postmarked before or by Tuesday and can be received and counted by the election officials no later than June 15.

Chamber of Commerce ‘reinvigorated’ for business in Carson City

Both past and future leadership at the Carson City Chamber of Commerce are fired up about the state of business in the capital city in the post-pandemic era.

Local road prioritization to be considered at RTC

Carson City transportation officials have been developing a process to prioritize those streets for maintenance should voters approve additional funding.

Cultural commission considers free sculpture at disc golf park

“Catch” by artist Jael Hoffmann is proposed to be dedicated to the city at no charge.

Carson clerk-recorder sees low turnout in early voting

Primary Election Day is Tuesday, and Clerk-Recorder Scott Hoen reported a low turnout in early voting of 14.8 percent as of Friday — the last day of early voting.

Mercury no threat to Carson River recreation, supervisors told

Eating fish from the Carson River Mercury Superfund Site, which stretches from the Mexican Dam in Carson City to the Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge in Churchill County, has been identified as a risk

Carson Farmers Market ready to start Saturday

Going into a second year at Mills Park — its 16th year overall — the Carson Farmers Market opens 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

Supervisors review Carson River Superfund, trails project

The Carson City Board of Supervisors will be busy Thursday with a jam-packed agenda.

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Photos by Scott

The Carson River near Buzzy’s Ranch in east Carson City …

Melanie Thomas (left), incoming chair of the Carson City Chamber …

Carson Farmers Market owner and manager Breana Coons at the …

Carson City Utility Manager Andy Hummel told the Growth Management …

Carson Antiques and Collectibles Mall owner George Alm in the …