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Carson, Reno composting companies continue to see growing demand

A lot goes into the business of composting — and demand across Northern Nevada for services offered through Full Circle Soils & Compost and Down to Earth Composting and has grown considerably over the past 18 months.

Nevada awarded $1 million economic development grant

Nevada has been awarded a $1 million grant through the American Rescue Plan to diversify the state economy.

Jim Hartman: Progressives’ court-packing collapse

Court-packing is a boneheaded idea.

Allow extra time for morning commute

Travel to Reno, Tahoe or over the mountain passes is slowed this morning due to snow. Rain continues in Carson City with only localized flooding being reported in low-lying road ways.

Carson City Rotary Club to explore origins of recording devices

The Rotary Club of Carson City will step back in time at its next meeting when it explores the origins of recording devices.

World War II veteran Montanaro, 100, rejoins shipmates

Earlier this year, Charles “Charlie” Montanaro skydived to celebrate his 100th birthday. Today, the centurion flies with the angels.

Carson City Rifle Range reduced hours start Nov. 1

The Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range will switch over to its winter schedule beginning Nov. 1.

Ken Beaton: Sinking the rising sun

What was the largest naval battle of World War II?

Carson City Lions announce winners of Peace Poster Contest

The Peace Poster Contest is an international contest that encourages children, ages 11 to 13, to creatively express what peace means to them.

Michelle Palmer: Aroma of bread (recipe)

There is a warm fuzzy feeling when the waft of fresh baked bread hits their nose.

JoAnne Skelly: Safe to prune evergreens

With the cold, borers and bark beetles are no longer flying ready to attack trees.

Senator Square: Carson High School grads who became famous

The celebration of CHS 150th birthday continues with Leadership students making party hats and Digital Media and Yearbook classes assembling an entire website devoted to the history of Carson High School.

Jim Valentine: By Jim Valentine

There are myriad costs associated with a real estate transaction and it is good to know who pays what along the way.

Faith & Insight: The lens through which we see God and the world

Imagine waking up one morning, pulling out your Bible, and finding that there is no Bible.

Legislature shares blame for fentanyl scourge, Washoe sheriff says

Fentanyl has become Washoe County's second-most deadly illegal drug.

Warrants in Reno and Sparks, arrested in Carson, sheriff says

Crime reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

Guy Farmer: Comedian Dave Chappelle is a very funny guy

I love Dave Chappelle's politically incorrect comedy because he makes fun of anybody and everybody

Carson City road report for October 25 to 31, 2021

Carson City road report for October 25 to 31, 2021

High wind warning, flood watch as Douglas braces for atmospheric river

Forecasters predict the possibility of up to 2 inches of rain in Carson Valley

Even local calls will now require area code

Starting Sunday, Northern Nevadans that will have to press 775 before the phone number for local calls