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Past Pages for Oct. 13-15, 2021

A man named Rolf was knocked down by a passing train in Gold Hill night before last and received what are regarded as serious injuries. He was drunk.

Jim Hartman: GOP’s abortion law blunder

Texas Republicans have blundered into handing Democrats a potent issue for 2022.

Trina Machacek: Droning on and on

I say the word drone and you probably picture a flying thingy with whizzing tiny propellers and a plastic shell for a body that is probably white with black accents.

Faith & Insight: Expect the unexpected

There is one thing that we have all learned from the last two years — nothing ever happens as expected.

Past Pages for October 9 to 12, 2021

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

JoAnne Skelly: Plant daffodils now

To have a successful spring display, start with large, firm, healthy daffodil bulbs.

Dennis Cassinelli: The Silver State flour mill

Like many people in western Nevada, I have a few choice pieces of antique yard art at my home.

Letters to the Editor for October 6, 2021

Letters to the editor of the Nevada Appeal published Oct. 6, 2021.

Past Pages for October 6 to 8, 2021

Carson City history from the archives of the Nevada Appeal.

Jeanette Strong: The supreme law of the land

“This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.” U.S. Constitution, Article VI, Clause 2.

Tom Riggins: Our injustice system

During one of his final speeches, Justice Antonin Scalia rhetorically asked, "Do you think the American people would ever have ratified the Constitution if they had been told 'the meaning of this document shall be whatever a majority of the Supreme Court says it is?’" I think the answer to that question is obvious. That being the case, why do we condone decisions of a single district judge base on that judge’s the political opinions?

David C. Henley: Protests on Columbus Day

When I was a kid growing up in Southern California, I always looked forward to the arrival of Columbus Day, which this year falls Oct. 11.

Ron Knecht and Janet Bro: Fred Weinberg: great American and radio good guy

Frederic Marc Weinberg, chief executive officer of USA Radio Networks and Nevada Radio LLC, passed away Sept. 23

Faith & Insight: The surprisingly welcoming nature of God

Few things lead to butterflies in the stomach like a brand new connection.

Guy Farmer: Top generals contradict Biden

It was quite remarkable to watch last Tuesday and Wednesday.