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Rosen announces grants for underserved populations

U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., on Thursday announced grants totaling $55.5 million to address COVID-19 disparities among high risk and underserved populations.

Jim Valentine: To accept or not to accept

In times of multiple offers, overbidding, and other activities symbolic of a dynamic market there is always the question of what decisions to make and when.

Faith & Insight: E Pluribus Unum and Jesus

“Out of many one” is a motto for the nation and the church, but it is only possible if “in God we trust!” E pluribus unum is only possible in Jesus.

Carson City schools' building projects get underway

Carson City School District is moving ahead with several capital projects this summer ranging from campus expansions to athletic facility improvements.

Guy Farmer: In search of fair and balanced journalism

It's difficult to find fair and balanced journalism in today's highly polarized media world, but some self-respecting journalists are trying to keep political agendas out of the nation's newsrooms.

Carson City road report for June 14 to 20, 2021

Carson City road report as of Thursday. The following applies to June 14-20:

Sisolak signs law to automatically send mail ballots

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed into law Friday a measure requiring mail-in ballots to be automatically sent to active voters in future elections.

Palmer doubles up; qualifies for second Olympic event

Krysta Palmer secured another Olympic Diving team spot in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics Saturday in the individual 3-meter dive.

Some easy trails in the sun in south Washoe Valley

The east side of Washoe Lake features different sections of Washoe Lake State Park with several different trails.

Energy secretary wants 'responsible' lithium mining in Nevada

Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm said the Biden administration wants to see lithium needed for electric cars to be mined "in a responsible way" that respects the environment and Native American tribes.

Past Pages for June 12 to 15, 2021

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Reid says 'so-called split' of Nevada Democrats 'exaggerated'

Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid defended embattled Nevada Democratic Party Chair Judith Whitmer .

Roger Diez: NASCAR’s All-Star format has almost everything

This weekend is a busy one with NASCAR in Texas with an All-Star format to make the WWE proud, an IndyCar doubleheader in Detroit, and the NHRA in New Hampshire for the New England Nationals.

2 battery charges – 1 pre-jail, 1 in jail, Carson City Sheriff says

Crime reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

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Western Nevada College summer classes start Monday

Western Nevada College summer session starts Monday, June 14 and there are more course options available than in previous years.

Sisolak signs law giving Nevada first presidential primary

Gov. Steve Sisolak signed into law Friday a bill that would make the Nevada the first to vote in the 2024 presidential primary contests, bumping Iowa and New Hampshire from their leadoff spots.

Former Reno Aces first baseman tries to rediscover his hitting groove

Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Christian Walker was looking forward to normalcy returning to Major League Baseball.

Nevada plans new drug combination for late-July execution

Nevada prison officials disclosed Thursday that they want to use a never-before-tried combination of drugs for the state's first lethal injection in 15 years.