I cover K-12 and higher education issues, business and general news impacting Carson City, Lyon County and Northern Nevada. Every person has a new story worth writing and a new way to share it, and my passion is to listen to them and figure out the best way to share it with compassion and credibility.
“Journalism is literature in a hurry,” Matthew Arnold wrote, so I’m usually off planning that next great story, brainstorming ideas as I watch my favorite Nolan movies or listen to Elvis. I’m happily married, and when my husband and I aren’t fixing up our old house that’s showing its age now, we’re preparing for that dream vacation we promised ourselves this year.
2023 Nevada Press Association Awards
• Second Place in Explanatory Journalism
• Third Place in Community Service
The agreement gives priority enrollment to district staff members.
Even with new construction, the city is not seeing the number of students the Carson City School District expects.
Family members and community members remembered Carson High School freshman Lexi Paige Rodriguez for her sweet spirit and her generosity at her celebration of life Saturday at Fitzhenry’s Funeral Home. Most who attended wore shades of pink and grieved for Rodriguez, 14. Rodriguez was struck and killed by a vehicle while crossing North Carson Street at Nye Lane at 5:40 p.m. Jan. 28
EDAWN President and CEO Taylor Adams and Brian Gordon, principal of Las-Vegas based economic research firm Applied Analysis, discussed the region’s gains in the past year.
A new partnership between SkillUp Coalition, Mark IV Capital and Western Nevada College to connect employers and employees in Northern Nevada’s workforce will work with Fernley’s Victory Logistics District.
Mayor Lori Bagwell wanted to let students and the community know it’s important for kids to go to school every day.
The school’s robotics team was chosen to compete at the FIRST LEGO League World Festival in Houston from April 17 to 20.
Lexi Rodriguez died Jan. 28 after she was struck by a car at the intersection of North Carson Street and Nye Lane.
Arlo Gelsone, 7, has sparked an interest among his Fritsch friends to learn American sign language to adapt to his needs as a deaf student.