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Douglas County commissioners reject seven variances
being sought for the 353-home project.

Carson City bus schedules, When hiking in the backcountry, SBNation’s Chris Schutte says Carson Valley native Mike Schiller is seeking another
back-to-school information. clean up after yourself. Nevada basketball best in nation. championship in the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series.

reached for
Under city’s management, Adams
Hub continues to move forward
of portion of
By Anne Knowles | Lompa Ranch
Adams Hub is reevaluating its services and By Anne Knowles
mapping out a way forward now that Car-
son City has taken over the business center
from its founder, the Hope & Mae Adams The Board of Supervisors on
Foundation. Thursday reached a compromise
In May, the Board of Supervisors accepted on development plans for another
a $1.1 million grant from the foundation to portion of Lompa Ranch.
lease and run the downtown center for the At issue was road access to the
next three years with the goal of becoming a 27-acre, landlocked parcel south
self-sustaining facility the city can continue of 5th Street, which is currently
to operate. only accessible via Railroad Drive.
The hub was put under the authority of the The property, being developed
Carson City Library, and Valerie Cauhape, by Blackstone Development
who oversaw Carson City Health and Human Group in partnership with the
Services accreditation process, was hired as owner, a member of the Lom-
business development manager. pa family, needed to be rezoned
“I’ve had the opportunity to sit down with NEVADA APPEAL and a specific plan created for
current and previous clients, mentors, and The Adams Hub, now under the management of the city, is continuing to move forward with it that lays out the rules for
service providers, and talk about what made plenty of programs and activities. development.
this place special,” said Cauhape. “We want to The Planning Commission
keep as much of the good stuff as we can.” Another goal is to provide more workforce “I hope to have a schedule fleshed out in the voted to recommend to the board
Now, Cauhape is working on Adams Hub’s development for the Carson City community fall. We may start with monthly meetings and the zoning change from agricul-
master plan. A preliminary plan with three at large. go from there,” she said. ture to single-family 6000, and
immediate goals was approved by the Library Cauhape is working on a schedule of work- Eventually, Cauhape hopes momentum be- the Blackstone Specific Plan Area
Board of Trustees last week. shops, some free, some with a likely fee of hind that could lead to a Carson City SCORE that requires the developer to put
The first goal is to develop a more compre- $15, to be conducted by members of the Reno chapter. in secondary, emergency access
hensive plan in conjunction with the library’s chapter of SCORE, a national organization to that could be turned into a public
master plan next year. help small businesses get off the ground. HUB, A5 access road once traffic warrant-
ed it.
At the commission meeting
Did it feel like the hottest month ever in July? It was in Carson City in May, residents in an existing
residential subdivision on and
Staff and AP reports an average of 75.8 degrees. That City’s average high temperature degrees. around Railroad Drive opposed
edged out the previous record of “only” reached the top five for The warmest night of July the plan over concerns of limited
Of course it felt hot in July, as 75.5 degrees set in July 2014. the month of July, ranking fifth reached 69, still lower than the access and increased traffic. Some
it always does. But if it felt hotter Last month’s average tempera- at 93.5 degrees. The hottest July record of 73 set in 2002. of those residents also spoke at
than ever, it wasn’t just in a figu- ture was also six degrees above ever for the average high was Carson City reached 100 the board meeting Thursday.
rative sense. the normal of 69.8 for July in 95.3 in 1931. degrees twice in July, reaching The supervisors shared their
The National Weather Service Carson City. That means the average low in exactly 100 both times. concerns.
stated July was the hottest month While a record was set for the July set a record for the highest
on record for Carson City with average temperature, Carson low ever for any month at 58.2 JULY, A7 LOMPA, A5


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The following information ap- The following persons were booked into the conduct, resisting an officer and violating and slapping his face until the Fire para-
plies to the period of Aug. 6-12: Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent conditions of his suspended sentence. Total medics arrived when he slapped her twice.
Work will continue on the until proven guilty in court. bail was set at $1,450. He was ordered held in lieu of $5,000 bail.
Downtown Curry Streetscape TUESDAY THURSDAY ■ At 7:51 p.m., an 18-year-old California
Project. For specific details re- ■ At 1:57 p.m., Gilbert Ramirez, 41, was ■ At 1:27 a.m., Bruce Meyer of Carson man was arrested on a warrant on suspicion
garding traffic impacts as a result arrested after the vehicle he was riding in City was arrested on suspicion of possession of failure to appear in court after a traffic
of the project, please refer to was stopped for failure to maintain a travel of meth and paraphernalia after a traffic stop at Snyder and Gentry Lane. Bail was lane. He was arrested on suspicion of felony stop at Dori and Sherman for not having a set at $500.
for information. This source will possession of meth after a search of the ve- license plate. A drug dog alerted deputies ■ At 8:37 p.m., a 47-year-old state worker
be updated weekly throughout hicle and ordered held in lieu of $2,500 bail. and a search revealed a meth pipe and a was arrested on suspicion of DUI 1st alco-
the duration of the project. ■ At 3:18 p.m., Kevin Cottrell, 42, was small quantity of the drug. Bail was set at hol after a traffic stop at Washington and
Road closures are expected at arrested on a parole violation warrant and $3,500. Stewart streets for speeding. She was also
the following locations due to suspicion of destruction of property after his ■ At 12:45 p.m., a 38-year-old Carson charged with no driver’s license in posses-
road/utility work: girlfriend called dispatch. She told deputies man was arrested on suspicion of violating sion and ordered held in lieu of $1,060 bail.
■ Gordon Street will be he kicked in the front door of her apartment a restraining order and contempt of court ■ At 11:41 p.m., Anthony Braceful, 31, and
closed at Fairview Drive, Tues- on Silver Oak. He was held without bail. after his ex-wife told deputies he began tex- Jose Majano-Alvarez, 30, were arrested af-
day-Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 ■ At 6:41 p.m., a 52-year-old was arrested ting her when a judge had ordered him not ter deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle
p.m. on suspicion of domestic battery 1st offense to contact her. Her telephone showed 14 text on Old Clear Creek Road. The arrest report
■ Silver Sage Drive will be after an anonymous party reported seeing messages from his phone to her phone. He says they were concerned because the stor-
closed between Clearview Drive his girlfriend with several bruises on her was ordered held without bail. age unit and homes in that area have been
and Roland Street, Monday-Sun- face and arms. Dispatch also reported there ■ At 2:27 p.m., a 27-year-old was arrest- the target of burglaries. They searched the
day, all hours. Access will be were two failure to appear warrants issued ed oon suspicion of battery after a security two and the vehicle after a drug dog alerted
open to residents on Silver Sage in his name. He was held in lieu of $6,240 guard at Mallory Center reported one of the to the presence of controlled substances
Drive. bail. mental health patients hit him with a chair. and found some meth, heroin and several
Lane restrictions are expected ■ At 7:34 p.m., a Placerville woman was Bail was set at $1,000. pills. Braceful was arrested on suspicion of
at the following locations due to arrested on suspicion of a contempt of court ■ At 3:54 p.m., a 29-year-old Carson man felony possession of a controlled substance,
road/utility work: warrant and held in lieu of $500 bail. was arrested on suspicion of domestic bat- gross misdemeanor possession of prescrip-
■ Fairview Drive will have re- ■ At 11:27 p.m., a Carson man was ar- tery 2nd offense after deputies were called tion pills and misdemeanor possession of
duced lanes at Sweetwater Drive, rested on suspicion of a misdemeanor after to a residence on John Street for a report paraphernalia. His bail was set at $6,000.
Monday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. deputies were called to Pheasant Drive on a of an intoxicated subject. The arrest report Majano-Alvarez was arrested on suspicion
■ Fairview Drive will have report of a male subject in the street yelling. says his girlfriend found him semi-conscious of felony drug possession and possession of
reduced lanes between Butti Way He was arrested on suspicion of disorderly and was trying to wake him by shaking him paraphernalia. His bail was set at $3,500.
and Edmonds Drive, Wednes-
day-Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
■ Ormsby Boulevard will BRIEFLY
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Parkway, Tuesday-Friday, 7 a.m. lotto numbers that ‘Should’ve Been Hits’ Rev’s offerings: “Michelle” by the big names and by the obscure
to 5 p.m. Friday’s Mega Millions drawing: You’ll find yourself asking, “Why Beatles, “Under My Thumb” as artists as well.
■ Special Event: Levitt Con- 09-28-30-54-60, Mega Ball: 2. wasn’t this record a hit?” You’ll be recorded by the Rolling Stones, Why were they not hits? Turn on
cert Series — King Street will be The jackpot for today’s Power– scratching your head in bewilder- “At Last” by Etta James and “True and tune in to “Reminiscing With
closed between Division Street ball is estimated at $203 million. ment as the Rockin’ Rev features Love Ways” by Buddy Holly, just to the Rockin’ Rev” today from 2 to
and Thompson Street, Saturday, For information: www.calot- four hours of the greatest songs name a few. 6 p.m. on AM 1180 KCKQ or www.
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Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A3

Tahoe to get $12 million for fire, invasive species prevention

Nevada Appeal Capitol Bureau funding will also be used to protect against uncontrollable. The plan includes four new million acres of land, making it one of the
invasive species in the basin. cameras and upgrades to the 13 existing worst fire seasons on record,” said Heller.
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., says the federal One of the technologies is AlertTahoe, a cameras in the basin. He said with the Perry fire north of Reno
government has approved $12 million for camera system designed to help firefight- “Last year, Nevada experienced devas- and the huge Martin fire near Winnemuc-
innovative fire prevention programs. The ers detect wildfires before they become tating wildfires that burned more than 1.3 ca, this year isn’t looking a lot better.

Recycling BRIEFLY
grants available Nonprofit to sell Polynesian food at concert Sponsored by the Democratic Men’s Committee, Comstock Democratic Club to meet Tuesday
The Northern Nevada HUI Association will be these fundraisers help defer expenses at Carson’s The Comstock Democratic Club of Dayton will
from state serving traditional Polynesian food during today’s Democratic HQ while affording the community move its next monthly meeting to Tuesday from
concert at the Brewery Arts Center. an opportunity to engage with candidates, office 6 to 8 p.m. in the Community Room of the Dayton
Nevada Appeal Capitol The meal is a fundraiser for the HUI Association, holders, subject matter experts and public policy Valley Branch Library.
Bureau a 501(c)3 non-profit that promotes Polynesian advocates in an unstructured, open-ended and The club said this is a one-time date change. All
culture in Northern Nevada by creating a network informal atmosphere. Donations of $5 or more other meetings will return to the second Tuesday
The Nevada Division of of individuals who support each other and share gratefully accepted but aren’t required. For of the month at the Dayton Valley Branch Library
Environmental Protec- the same vision. information contact Rich Dunn at 434-8783 or from 6 to 8 p.m.
tion has $50,000 in grant Frobeck will perform as part of the Brewery Arts
funding for recycling Center Levitt AMP Concert Series with opening Carson Valley Desert Brushes to meet Thursday
projects. act Trippin’ King Snakes at 7 p.m. Admission is Casting call for Casino Boss starring Piscopo The Carson Valley Desert Brushes will meet at 10
The money comes from free. The venue is at 449 W. King St. A new sitcom called “Casino Boss” starring a.m. Thursday at the Carson City Fire Station No.
the Solid Waste Manage- Hawaiian plate lunches will be served from comedian, movie star and Saturday Night Live 12, 3620 N. Sunridge Drive.
ment Account that gets about 5:30 p.m. until close. Plates will range from alum, Joe Piscopo, is filming in the Carson Nugget Painters of all levels, and those who would like to
a dollar for every car tire $6.50 to $12. Plates will consist of chicken, rice, Casino, located at 507 N. Carson Street. learn to paint, are welcome.
sold in the state. mac salad and bottles of water. Show producers are holding a casting call for The club will be preparing for a painting seminar
The money will be extras to appear in the pilot at Alatte inside the Aug. 18-19.
awarded for projects Justice Stiglich to be Dems luncheon speaker Nugget on Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. For information, call Linda at 775-265-1746.
that increase recycling, Associate Supreme Court Justice Lidia Stiglich Area residents and guests ages 21 and over are
public awareness of the will be the featured speaker at Monday’s encouraged to apply. No acting experience is Free program to aid military families
importance of conserving Democratic luncheon. necessary. facing mental health challenges
natural resources and for Justice Stiglich took the bench in January 2017 The show films Thursday through Saturday, The National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI,
the reduction and reuse after appointment by Gov. Sandoval, having Aug. 9-11, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Area residents are is offering a free education program for family,
of solid waste. Municipal- previously served as a 2nd Judicial District judge invited to sign up for as many shifts throughout friends and significant others of military service
ities, nonprofit groups, in Reno since December 2012. the three days as they wish. members and veterans with mental health
schools and other public She’s currently running for a full term on the Locals Roger Diez, Cameron Crane and Sophie conditions.
institutions are eligible to Supreme Court against Clark County family court Moeller are also part of the cast. A public meet NAMI Western Nevada will offer the program
apply. judge Mathew Harter. and greet with the cast is scheduled for Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays from Aug. 11 to
More information is This event is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 6 from 6-7 p.m. in the Loft Bar inside the Carson 25 at Partnership Carson City, 1925 N. Carson St.
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Fire restrictions in Carson Ranger District to begin today

Nevada Appeal staff report pressurized liquid fuel outside of a developed
fee campground or picnic area (except by
SPARKS — Increased fuels due to the wet permit).
winter and spring, drying vegetation, high ■ Smoking, except within an enclosed ve-
fuel loading, and increasing daytime tempera- hicle or at a developed campground or picnic
tures have prompted the Bridgeport and Car- area.
son Ranger Districts on the Humbolt-Toiyabe ■ Operating vehicles or other motorized
National Forest to announce the implementa- equipment off of existing paved, gravel, or dirt
tion of fire restrictions beginning today. roads.
“With the heavy fuel loading in the Sierra ■ Welding or operating an acetylene torch
Front and increased fire activity across the with open flames, except by permit.
region, going into fire restrictions is an im- ■ Using, or causing to be used, any explo-
portant step for us to help prevent wildfires,” sive, except by permit.
said Mike Wilde, district fire management ■ Possession or use of fireworks (always
officer. “People are encouraged to safely enjoy prohibited) or any other incendiary device. GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO
the public lands, bearing in mind that hu- ■ Use of tracer rounds, steel-core ammu- The Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Public Domain Allotments, and the
man-caused fires threaten human life, private nition, or exploding targets, including binary U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announce the implementation of fire restrictions on all lands under their
property, and public land resources every explosive targets while recreational shooting. jurisdiction effective 12:01 a.m. Saturday and lasting until further notice.
summer.” Violators found guilty of having a fire
Fire restrictions prohibit the following: during restrictions on the Humboldt-Toiyabe that occur if they’re found liable for causing a For information or clarification on the
■ Building, maintaining, attending, or National Forest could receive a maximum wildfire. restrictions, visit or
using a fire (using wood, charcoal or any other fine of $5,000 or six months in jail or both. Report fires to the Sierra Front Interagency contact the Bridgeport Ranger District at
material), campfire, or stove fire except a Persons may also be responsible for resource Fire Dispatch Center, Minden, 775-883-5995, 760-932-7070 or Carson Ranger District at
portable stove using gas, jellied petroleum, or damage, suppression costs, and any injuries or dial 911. 775-882-2766.

CTH ready for ‘hazardous’ air quality

Nevada Appeal staff report consolidating entrances at the ■ Stay inside
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical ■ Refrain from exercising
Carson Tahoe Health has expe- Center (CTRMC) and Carson outdoors
rienced a slight increase in patient Tahoe Specialty Medical Center ■ Keep hydrated to suppress a
volumes due to respiratory con- (CTSMC), the release said. cough and help prevent smoky air
cerns linked to the “hazardous” CTH has adjusted the air han- from settling in lungs ADAM TRUMBLE / NEVADA APPEAL
air quality caused by the wildfires, dlers that feed these inpatient ■ Limit use of vacuums or gas This panoramic photo taken Monday night from the Raley’s parking
according to a Wednesday media areas to maximize air filtration stoves lot at sunset shows the obscured view by smoke from wildfires in the
release. and equipped the facilities with ■ Keep windows and doors region.
CTH has taken steps to prepare air scrubbers to maintain good air closed, and use air conditioning if
and protect patients and staff quality. possible to help filter air through- smoky areas, keep your windows bringing in outside air.
within its facilities. CTH recommends community out the house and vents closed, make sure it’s Hourly air quality updates can
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LOMPA location after granting an appeal of a denial

From page A1 of the permit by the Planning Commission.
But, the board imposed a two-year limit
“Part of the challenge lies in the fact that on the permit and required the school to
when you purchase the property and decide come back in a year to talk about efforts to
to do something, you’re aware what the code move because the current site is in a light
requires,” said Supervisor Lori Bagwell. “I industrial area.
am very concerned about not having a sec- Jessica Barlow Daniels, executive director
ond point of access.” and principal, said the school had explored
Municipal code requires two points of ac- a number of sites. The most promising is at
cess on the tentative map to any subdivision, Western Nevada College (WNC) where a
which is a residential development of more new building for the school would be built
than four houses, unless waived by the city next to the college’s early childhood develop-
engineer. After 30 houses are built, fire code ment center.
requires both access points be available. Daniels said the project was moving
But, city staff recommended allowing one forward with a developer to build it and
public road and a secondary emergency then lease the building to the Montessori
road until traffic became a problem because school when it hit a roadblock. The school
the land is surrounded by other land to the has to renew its charter school status every
NEVADA APPEAL north and south and abuts I-580 to the east. six years and the developer said the project
The Adams Hub, under the city’s management, is a meeting place for downtown busi- “The challenge of this particular site is it can’t be financed without a 30-year lease
ness activity. needs a third party involved for a second ac- arrangement.
cess,” said Hope Sullivan, planning manager, “I’m asking you to help us accomplish our
HUB Hub members as part of The other membership Community Development. “So we attempted dream,” said Daniels. “You’ve been wonder-
From page A1 their membership. levels, based on shared to meet the spirit of the law.” ful and helped us, but it does take time.”
The third goal, said Cau- working space, remain es- Supervisor Brad Bonkowski suggested a Mayor Bob Crowell said he would be
Cauhape is also working hape, is to reassess internal sentially the same. secondary access road be built but to a lesser meeting with WNC’s new president, Vincent
on more lunch and learns, programs at the hub. New E, an entrepreneur- standard — paved, but without curbs, gut- Solis, and would talk to him about a possible
free noontime events fea- Previously, the center ial program for high school ters, and sidewalks — as a compromise. solution.
turing various topic experts. offered office space in an in- students run by Molly Dahl, The supervisors voted 4-1 with Supervisor The board pulled two items from the
On Aug. 27, for example, a cubator program. The office is ongoing as well. John Barrette voting no to make the zoning agenda on a new advisory board to look at
representative from Web- lease was $500 monthly, And Cauhape is working amendment and to require two access roads impact fees for new development.
ster Wealth Management, but renters had to provide on rebuilding the cen- — one built to a lesser standard that would Crowell said after the meeting he wanted
will talk about retirement an ongoing progress report ter’s roster of mentors and be upgraded to city standards or replaced to discuss it more as a board and a commu-
planning. on their startup businesses developing an advisory with another public road once the develop- nity, and was going to propose having a pub-
The hub plans to offer a and meet certain goals to board comprising members ment is completed. The motion didn’t speci- lic board retreat soon focused on the topic.
six-week series on social remain in the hub. of the library board and fy where the second road will be constructed, The supervisors interviewed six candidates
media marketing and plan- Cauhape is changing that other stakeholders, partic- but it will likely go from Railroad to Firebox for appointments on the Culture and Tour-
ning to be held Thursdays, to a more standard office ularly from the business Road, where Fremont Elementary School is ism Authority and appointed Mike Santos
with the exception of Sept. space lease in which mem- community. located. as a citizen-at-large; Mike Riggs for other
27, in the evenings. That, bers pay $750 per month “It’s a group we’re going The board also heard an information only commercial member; and Michael Jones,
too, will likely have a fee for and have no obligation to to be checking in with to update on plans to relocate Carson Montes- general manager, Gold Dust West, and Stu
the general public. report on their progress. make sure we’re moving sori School. Wexler, sales manager, Wyndham Garden
The workshops and sem- “The incubator program in the right direction,” she Last year, the board approved a special use Carson City Max Casino, as the two mem-
inars are all free for Adams is on pause,” she said. said. permit for the school to expand at its current bers from the hotel and motel industry.

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‘Leave No Trace’ is New photos stir old memories

friend of mine shared
a photo on my Face-

the law of the land

book page this week.
To the outside ob- Teri Vance
server, it probably seemed like Teri’s
a benign funny picture. But to Notebook
me, and anyone who knows my
By Kyler Klix history, it wasn’t benign at all. The photo of a pivot sprin- faster, more erratic.
kler system straddling a pickup We were no longer driving
You’ve hiked miles into the truck brought back some vivid on the dusty roads, but cutting
backcountry and gone up count- memories for me. straight through the field, clods
less feet in elevation. You’re It was the summer of 1994, of dirt flying up instead of the
almost to the beautiful water- and my dad got his first piv- gentle swirl of dust.
fall you’ve been looking forward ot, a large piece of machin- As he sped across the broken
to — the climax of the trip. The ery attached at one point that dirt, tools, a spare tire, the dogs,
euphoria that comes from the irrigates in a circular pattern me, we all bounced uncon-
hard work and exercise sets in around that point. trollably up and down on the
for a great feeling. But there’s one The pivot is programmed to flat, wooden surface. My bones
thing that takes away this good “walk” on its wheels in a specific jarred and my teeth clattered.
feeling: The trash that someone pattern to irrigate crops. But that was nothing com-
else left behind. It was certainly within the pared to when the truck
Unfortunately, some visitors first month we’d had the pivot I stopped. My dad jumped out. I
don’t appreciate the natural was left alone to program it for followed right behind. By now,
beauty that exists. GETTY IMAGES the night. we could see where the pivot
Leave No Trace has been the A sign says ‘Leave No Trace’ on top of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia Driving back out of the field, had walked across the hood
common outdoor phrase, and National Park in Maine. I got the truck stuck. I tried for and windshield of the pickup,
unwritten law, for a long time. a bit to get it out, but ended smashing metal and glass.
It’s probably the second most Oftentimes, people will discard picking it up. There could be up just walking close to a mile While one part of the pivot
common outdoors phrase besides orange or banana peels. While karma involved for picking up home. was stuck on the truck, the rest
Smokey Bear’s “Only You Can the person who left this there something or ignoring it. Your I told my dad I got the truck of it continued to try to move
Prevent Forest Fires.” might be thinking this material conscious should also make you stuck in a ditch and had left it until it flipped upside down on
Trash left behind should irk will decompose, they may not re- feel like you did a good deed for out in the field. itself. It looked like a dead bug.
every outdoor enthusiast. People alize it’s still wrong to do. Sure it doing something you didn’t have The truth is, and I’ve nev- I wished I was a dead bug.
come to get away from that stuff. will disappear with enough time, to do. er admitted this before, I was We stood next to each other,
It’s hard to enjoy the beauty and but in the meantime, other hikers If we all could respect nature pretty sure the truck was in sunk into the mud nearly up to
serenity of nature when there’s will come across this mess that and our surroundings, both deep a precarious spot. But I was our thighs, not saying a word.
something unnatural clouding takes away from the serene land- in the woods and in our home more afraid of getting in trou- I’ll never forget the sound of
your vision. scape they came to enjoy. Picking communities, the world would be ble at the moment than fixing water dripping methodically
Leave No Trace also applies up the orange peels is easy and, a better and prettier place. the problem, that I was kind onto the twisted metal.
to campfires. It’s important to they’re not going to make your of vague when explaining the Finally, my dad spoke.
not burn trash. It’s appropriate backpack messy. They give off Kyler Klix is a designer and situation. “For future reference,” he said.
to clean out the fire pit if there’s a pleasant aroma. If you have a contributor at the Nevada The truth was soon to make “That is a tire rut. Not a ditch.”
metal left behind. wrapper with melted chocolate or Appeal. If you’d like to talk about itself known, however. That one picture shared on my
Staying on established trails banana peel or something messy nature or upcoming concerts, The next day, dad drove my timeline brought all these feel-
also goes along with the Leave No you’re scared to get your outdoors email him at kklix@swiftcom. sisters and me down to the ings rushing back. The horror,
Trace policy. Foot traffic caus- gear a little dirty, then you should com fields to get the truck unstuck shame, regret, remorse.
es erosion and kills plants. It’s already have a garbage bag or and start the chores of the day. But there was one shimmering
responsible to not take shortcuts something to put it in. THE LEAVE NO I was riding in the back of the light. Thanks to social media —
and stay off plants. Living up to Besides cleaning up after TRACE SEVEN International flatbed truck, with and this photo of a pivot on top
these standards will keep the wild yourself, it also helps to clean up the sun just peeking up into the of a truck — I can finally be as-
natural and preserve them for discarded items left by others. PRINCIPLES orange sky. The summer air was sured I’m not the only one who’s
future generations. It’s never fun cleaning up after X Plan ahead and prepare crisp, almost cold, as we ap- made that mistake. Somewhere
People also get confused about someone else, but if you don’t X Travel and camp on durable proached the alfalfa fields. in the world, there’s another
what can be left behind. Really, do it, who else will? Volunteers surfaces I remember thinking, “Oh person who knows my pain.
there’s nothing that should be maintain most trails. No one is X Dispose of waste properly no, that pivot looks close to the
left behind. If you were able to getting paid to clean up after any- X Leave what you find truck.” Teri Vance is a journalist,
bring it in, there’s no reason you one. It’s up to ourselves to make X Minimize campfire impacts My dad must’ve been thinking freelance writer and native
can’t pack it out. People should the world a better place. As a true X Respect wildlife the same thing because I felt his Nevadan. Contact her with
prepare beforehand and bring a nature lover, it’s difficult walk- X Be considerate of other speed increase. column ideas at terivance@
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Taxable sales up 5.1 percent in Carson City JULY

From page A1
17. The daily high never
dipped below 90 last month,
something that’s only hap-
By Geoff Dornan Building material sales did bet- Lyon County had an excellent If you thought it was hot pened once before — also ter, growing 7.7 percent to $14.2 month, growing total taxable in Carson City, it was even July 2017, the weather ser-
million. And General Merchan- sales 11.7 percent to $43.7 mil- hotter in Reno. vice said.
May taxable sales grew 4.7 per- dise Stores reported $13.36 mil- lion. A major driver was the 30.6 The mean average tem- “We are seeing this year
cent to just more than $5 billion lion in sales, a 7.4 percent gain. percent increase in building perature for July was 81.8 after year now, where the
with 13 of Nevada’s 17 counties Food Services and Drinking material sales for a total of $5.96 degrees at Reno-Tahoe next year is the hottest year,”
reporting gains. Places were up 6.4 percent to million. At $3.79 million, Gener- International Airport — 6.9 McEvoy said. “I’m a little
Carson City was up 5.1 percent $9.6 million. al Merchandise Stores were up 11 degrees above normal and concerned about that phrase
and Clark and Washoe counties The numbers were flat in percent. 1.3 degrees higher than the ‘the new normal’ because
were both up 5.6 percent for the Douglas County, growing by just Washoe County reported total second warmest July on re- in 10 to 15 years it will be
month but those gains were off- nine-tenths of a percent to $59.1 sales of $709.9 million in solid cord. That was last summer. different.”
set by a near 39 percent drop in million. The county’s largest increases in a long list of retail Reno also tied the warmest Noah Diffenbaugh, a pro-
Storey County as sales dropped generator, Food Services and categories including 37 percent overnight low of 77 degrees fessor of earth system science
dramatically at the Tahoe Reno Drinking Places, was up just 5.4 more in the General Merchan- for July on Monday, the at the Stanford Woods In-
Industrial Center. May this year percent to $11.88 million and dise category for a total of $67.8 weather service said. stitute for the Environment
saw $93.57 million in taxable General Merchandise Stores by million. There were 14 days last at Stanford University, said
sales there compared to $145.7 5.5 percent to $8.5 million. Sales in Clark County totaled month when the high the change in temperature
million a year ago. Churchill County had total $3.66 billion. Food Services and reached 100 degrees. That’s provides the clearest picture
In addition, Eureka County, sales of $30.2 million, a 2.6 Drinking places accounted for four more than any previous of global warming.
where mining is king, saw a 22.6 percent increase. Auto sales to- $967.5 million of that, a 3.9 per- month and just three shy of “When we look across the
percent decrease in taxable sales. taled $3.8 million, an 11 percent cent increase. the most 100-degree days in globe, we find a fingerprint
But Taxation Director Bill An- increase and Building material Statewide, Food Services and a year, the service said. of global warming for the re-
derson said this is the 95th con- sales $2.6 million, a 17.7 percent Drinking Places had the highest Climatological data for cord hottest temperature in
secutive month of growth. growth. dollar volume, which is up 3.6 Reno dates to 1893. more than 80 percent of the
In Carson City, auto sales, the In addition, there was the 7.9 percent. The record heat is part of a world,” he told the Gazette
capital’s largest taxable sales percent increase in the Food The highest rate of increase big shift that started emerg- Journal.
generator, reported a 2.4 per- Services and Drinking places cat- was in Building material sales at ing in about 2000, said Dan Although some amount of
cent increase to $28.46 million. egory at $2.9 million. 11 percent. McEvoy, assistant research future warming is already
professor of climatology at baked into the earth’s climate
the Western Regional Cli- because of past fossil fuel
mate Center in Reno. use, there’s still an opportu-
Official: Slight gain in registered Nevada voters in July “We can conclude that it is
substantially different than
nity to reduce it by reducing
the output of greenhouse

the earlier decades,” he told gases, the fossil fuel byprod-
By The Associated Press to boost their numbers to the rolls in July. edge. the Reno Gazette Journal. ucts that trap atmospheric
ahead of this year’s mid- There are about 1.5 About 38 percent of “What the climate projec- heat and cause global warm-
LAS VEGAS — The term elections. million voters registered the state’s active regis- tions showed 10 to 15 years ing, Diffenbaugh said.
number of registered Nevada Secretary of in the state. tered voters are Demo- ago is happening and we “As long as we continue to
voters increased slightly State Barbara Cegavske Democrats registered crats and about 34 per- expect that to continue.” emit greenhouse gases into
last month as political reported Wednesday more voters than Re- cent are Republicans. Reno’s high has hit tri- the atmosphere, we can ex-
parties and activists on that there were about publicans and boosted Cegavske reports 22 ple-digits seven of the past pect additional global warm-
the left and right work 5,400 more voters added their voter registration percent are nonpartisan. eight days and 12 of the last ing,” he said.



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A8 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal

Carson City looks to help Aboard submarine, Fernley man

keeps nuclear adversaries at bay
women in justice system Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class
David Wyscaver
continuous at-sea deployment of sub-
marines like USS Pennsylvania pro-
By Teri Vance Navy Office of Community Outreach vides the ability to mount an assured
Special to the Nevada Appeal response.
SILVERDALE, Wash. — A 2008 Fern- As effective as the Ohio-class subma-
Speaking to a group of ley High School graduate and Fernley rines have been over their decades-long
women community leaders native is presently engaged in a critical lifetimes, the fleet is aging, with the old-
and advocates, Carson City mission for the security of the United est submarines now more than 30 years
Sheriff Ken Furlong asked a States: deterring nuclear old, well past their planned service lives.
rhetorical question: “When war. A new and effective successor is criti-
was the first time you were a Petty Officer 2nd cal to national security, and the Navy is
victim?” Class Shawn Russell, an well into the process of designing and
He said law enforcement electronics technician, fielding a more advanced ballistic mis-
officials are trying to under- is serving aboard one sile submarine, which will provide the
stand women’s experiences of the world’s most ad- necessary sea-based nuclear deterrence
are typically different from vanced ballistic missile into the 2080s and beyond.
men’s experiences, and that LANCE IVERSEN/NEVADA MOMENTUM Petty Officer submarines, USS Penn- Submarine sailors are some of the
changes how they interact Emily Salisbury, an expert in female interaction with the 2nd Class sylvania. Based at Naval most highly trained and skilled peo-
in a jail. criminal justice system, leads a discussion on the incarcer- Shawn Russell Base Kitsap-Bangor ple in the Navy. The training is highly
By the time a woman is ation of women in Nevada jails on July 12. in Washington, not far technical, and each crew has to be able
arrested, she’s often had a from Seattle, USS Pennsylvania is one of to operate, maintain, and repair every
lengthy history of abuse and trauma-informed care mod- communities,” Salisbury said. 14 Ohio-class ballistic missile subma- system or piece of equipment on board.
is wary of men in authority el,” Salisbury explained. “It’s “It tells me this community rines in the Navy’s fleet. Regardless of their specialty, everyone
roles. pretty sickening to know has an ability to cross agen- As an electronics technician, Russell also has to learn how everything on the
“That’s what we’re taking how much trauma these cies and systems. It tells me is responsible for reactor protection and submarine works and how to respond
into account,” Furlong said. women have suffered. It’s there is awesome collabora- ensuring the safety of the submarine. in emergencies to become “qualified in
“The female population is absolutely transformed the tion happening here already.” “I enjoy the different training drills submarines” and earn the right to wear
not the same as the male way we do corrections. While a complete overhaul and practicing my job to continuously the coveted gold or silver dolphins on
population. We’re not even “It’s not just sitting around of the system is not practi- get better,” Russell said. “My favorite their uniforms.
speaking the same language and singing ‘Kumbaya,’ it’s cal, she said, there are small part about being a submariner is there’s “The men and women from across
in that jail, and when we addressing the problem in an changes that could make big always a story to tell.” our nation who volunteer for military
don’t speak the same lan- effective way.” differences. Russell draws from lessons learned service embody the fundamental values
guage we tend to do more The Carson City Sheriff ’s She suggested some cur- growing up in Fernley. of honor, courage and sacrifice that are
harm than good.” Office, along with Carson riculum changes to addic- “I grew up in a military family and it the bedrock of our republic,” said Rear
Furlong introduced Em- City Health and Human Ser- tion-recovery programs, helped me to learn more about the life- Adm. Blake Converse, commander, Sub-
ily Salisbury, an expert in vices and Partnership Carson where the women are em- style,” Russell said. marine Group Nine. “They protect and
female interaction with the City, sponsored the work- powered to take control of The Navy’s ballistic missile subma- defend America from above, below, and
criminal justice system, as shop July 12. their disease. rines, often referred to informally as across the world’s oceans. The entire
part of a workshop designed Attendees represented “You have to have a “boomers,” serve as undetectable launch nation should be extremely proud of the
to better understand the agencies across the spec- program that is holistical- platforms for intercontinental ballistic hard work that these sailors do every
processes for women in trum, including correc- ly based,” she said. “The missiles. They’re designed specifically single day to support the critical mission
incarceration. tions, community health, addiction is related to mental for stealth, extended patrols and the of the Navy and the Submarine Force.”
“It doesn’t mean people law enforcement and other health and trauma.” precise delivery of missiles, and they’re As a member of one of the U.S. Navy’s
shouldn’t be held account- advocates. When done right, it can the only survivable leg of the nation’s most relied upon assets, Russell and
able, but maybe there’s “This is something that have a monumental impact. strategic nuclear forces, which also in- other sailors know they’re part of a leg-
a need for training in a doesn’t happen in other “When it’s done effectively, clude land-based missiles and aircraft. acy that will last beyond their lifetimes,
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A10 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal

Heller’s views on health care Complete study

of Nevada’s
heating up Nevada Senate race criminal justice
By Michelle L. Price

system ordered
Associated Press

LAS VEGAS — Nevada Republican

Sen. Dean Heller’s sliding positions last By Geoff Dornan
year on a long-held GOP promise to
repeal Obamacare are providing plenty
of fodder for Democrats and activists The Crime and Justice Institute is conducting a
hoping to stymie his re-election. comprehensive review of Nevada’s criminal justice
Heller, considered the most vulner- system.
able incumbent GOP senator, opposed Gov. Brian Sandoval said the goal is developing
measures to dismantle former Presi- policies to better protect public safety and hold of-
dent Barack Obama’s health care law fenders accountable while controlling the growing
before backing other versions that prison population and costs.
failed. The shifting stances drew at- Sandoval along with Supreme Court Chief Jus-
tacks from the left and the right, and tice Michael Douglas and Assembly Speaker Jason
Democrats are not letting him forget it. Frierson joined to request the institute take on the
His opponent, first-term U.S. Rep. task and develop policy recommendations to be
Jacky Rosen, has unleashed two health considered by the 2019 Legislature.
care-related ads in recent weeks that The study will include an extensive analysis of
include footage of Heller’s uncomfort- data on the prison system, parole and probation.
able appearance at the White House The initiative will also review research on how to
last summer. President Donald Trump AP reduce recidivism and look at criminal justice poli-
— with Heller at his elbow — threat- Heller, considered the most vulnerable GOP senator seeking another term this cies in other states.
ened the senator’s re-election over the year, opposed measures to dismantle President Barack Obama’s signature law Justice Jim Hardesty said the goal is to pro-
issue. before backing other versions that failed. duce data that can lead to evidence-based policy
“Look,” Trump said at the time, “he changes to improve how criminal justice works in
wants to remain a senator, doesn’t he?” Hillary Clinton carried in 2016, hasn’t thing one day and another the next Nevada.
The scene played out only a few made health care a centerpiece of his day.” “I think all of us would like to be in a position
weeks after Heller joined with Nevada’s campaign but has touted the GOP’s It’s a complicated and prominent is- to make data driven decisions as we talk about
moderate Republican governor, Brian repeal of the health law’s fines for those sue for Nevada residents, Damore said, reforms,” he said.
Sandoval, to say he could not sup- who don’t carry insurance. even if they are not one of the 400,000 In large part because of the truth in sentencing
port legislation that would cut Med- “He’s clearly made his bed with the residents who gained coverage through movement, Nevada’s prison population has in-
icaid, the state-federal program for Trump fans, and he’s decided that’s the two key parts of the health law — Med- creased dramatically since the late 1990s because
low-income Americans, or that takes only way he’s going to win his election,” icaid expansion and online insurance of mandatory minimum sentences, and the reduc-
insurance away from tens of millions of said Packard, 42. marketplaces. tion of the use of parole.
Americans. Heller campaign spokesman Keith Polls show health care is a top issue The prison population increased by 11 percent
One of Rosen’s campaign ads uses Schipper said in a statement that for voters in Nevada and around the from 2010 and 2016. That included what Sandoval
video from both moments, along Democrats “are doing everything they country this year. referred to as a staggering 35 percent increase in
with video of an inflatable tube man possibly can to confuse the situation, Heller has instead emphasized his female inmates.
blowing back and forth as a narrator when Dean Heller said he would sup- efforts to improve health care for veter- The increasing population, he said, has forced a
calls Heller “Senator Spineless” and port expanding Medicaid and he would ans in the state — a group that’s rough- 14 percent increase in the annual corrections bud-
someone who “bends with the political protect Nevada. All his votes are in line ly the same size in Nevada as those get to $347 million for the 2019 fiscal year.
winds.” with that.” getting coverage through Obamacare’s “Absent changes, Nevada will face the prospect
Democrats and activists have been Despite siding with Sandoval in op- online marketplaces and Medicaid. of building new facilities or contracting with other
holding press conferences and recog- posing two GOP repeal efforts, Heller His campaign also is working to de- states in order to house the growing population,”
nizing the anniversary of last year’s broke with him and backed another fine Rosen, who is relatively unknown, he said.
efforts by trying to remind voters of measure that didn’t touch Medicaid to voters before she has the chance. Frierson said ensuring the safety of Nevada fam-
Heller’s stances. but was still estimated to leave millions Rosen “has fixed nothing and done ilies is the first priority for elected officials.
Laura Packard, a Las Vegas political without insurance. He then co-spon- nothing on health care,” Schipper said, “Sending more people to prison per capita than
activist, said defending the health care sored another bill that would have led noting that the freshman congress- our surrounding states at a high cost to our tax-
law became personal for her when she to Medicaid cuts and would leave “mil- woman was in office only six months payers, particularly with respect to non-violent
was diagnosed last year with Hodgkin lions” of Americans without coverage, before announcing she was running for offenses, does not protect our neighborhoods but,
lymphoma. according to the nonpartisan Congres- the Senate seat. instead, perpetuates the cycle of poverty,” he said.
She said the law’s protections for sional Budget Office. “Instead of rolling up her sleeves Maura McNamara of the institute said while
people with pre-existing conditions Most Nevada voters don’t know the and getting to work, she toed the party Nevada’s population grew by 200 percent, the
and its ban on lifetime limits of what nuances between the different health line and voted with Nancy Pelosi 90 state’s prison population grew by 900 percent and
insurers would pay for care are vital care bills anyway, said University of percent of the time,” Schipper said, Nevada’s rate of incarceration is 15 percent higher
for her, and she’s been speaking out Nevada, Las Vegas, political science referring to the House minority leader. than the national average. The rate of female in-
against Heller. professor David Damore. “Her words are pretty hollow when she carceration is 43 percent higher than the national
Heller, the only Republican sena- “That’s where the ad can be effective,” hasn’t accomplished anything in her average.
tor running in a state that Democrat Damore said. “Showing him saying one current job.” She and Colby Dawley of the CJI has shown in
general, incarceration and longer prison sentences
don’t reduce recidivism.
Education department didn’t violate open meeting law They told the Advisory Commission on the
Administration of Justice (ACAJ) Nevada needs
By Cy Ryan Deputy Attorney General to Silverado High School. meeting law violation in a to develop evidence-based practices, provide re-
Special to the Nevada Appeal Rosalie Bordelove, said the Bordelove said no evi- session of four members of sources for individuals coming out of prison and
meeting was held on Good dence was that presented the Board of Regents of the incorporate treatment into supervision. Commu-
Despite receiving 98 com- Friday, a religious holiday for any member of the public Nevada System of Higher nity resources, they said, should be focused on the
plaints, the state Attorney some but not a legal holiday was prevented from attend- Education holding a meeting first days and weeks after release.
General’s office says the in Nevada. ing the hearing that lasted May 4 in Las Vegas. They said the state needs to identify high risk
Nevada Department of Edu- The locations were at the four hours. The opinion was requested individuals who need enhanced supervision and
cation didn’t violate the open department’s boardrooms She said the education by Alissa Magness, who said work to change their behavior early in the re-entry
meeting law at hearings on in Carson City and Las Ve- department provided three there was no public notice of process so they don’t commit new crimes.
a gender diversity policy on gas and at Silverado High locations where the pub- the meeting. Justice Douglas said Nevada’s Advisory Commit-
March 30. School in Las Vegas. There lic could attend and make Bordelove said the law tee on the Administration of Justice has been look-
The complaints said the was an overflow crowd in public comments. There applies to a quorum of a ing at the criminal justice system for more than a
department scheduled the the boardroom in Las Vegas was no violation of the open government body. In this decade and is comprised of stakeholders who will
session at a time most par- and public members were meeting law, said Bordelove case there were only four of review the initiative’s study and make recommen-
ticipants couldn’t attend and advised to go to Silverado in her legal opinion. the 13 members present. It dations on how to improve criminal justice in Ne-
there wasn’t enough room High School. Bordelove also released would have required seven vada. The institute has helped a dozen states make
for the public to attend. The meeting was delayed to a second opinion Tuesday members to attend to come policy changes that reduced the prison population
The opinion, written by allow those persons to travel finding there was no open under the law. and cut costs without increases in crime.
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Applications for
Nevada Promise
Scholarship are
now available
By Western Nevada College scholarship requirements, as
well as the admissions and fi-
High school students grad- nancial aid processes. Comple-
uating from a Nevada high tion of 20 hours of community
school in spring 2019, who service no later than April 30,
plan to attend Western Neva- 2019, is one of the scholarship’s
da College in fall 2019, must requirements.
apply for the Nevada Promise WNC is committed to Neva- FREDERIC HOWLAND FINE ART PHOTOS
Scholarship no later than Oct. da Promise and will assist stu- Fred Howland’s ‘A Steady Hand’ won Best of Show.
31, 2018, to be eligible. dents with the various require-
Those students can now be-
gin the application process at
ments for the program.
The Nevada Promise Schol-
arship is part of approved Sen-
NAA Photography Show on exhibit
Nevada Promise is a schol- ate Bill 391. The scholarship is Nevada Appeal staff report The following are award winners:
arship program for Nevada funded by the state of Nevada. Spirit of America Show, Peoples Choice, “Kame-
high school graduates younger The Nevada Artists Association Photography hameha Butterfly,” a painting by Daniel Bradidix of
than 20 years old. Through the Student Services Open Late Show will be on exhibit through Sept. 7. In addi- Carson City.
scholarship, the state intends on Wednesdays in August tion to the photo exhibit artist members are also Photography: Best of Show — “A Steady Hand,”
to pay the cost of attending Student Services offices at displaying a wide variety of paintings, pastels, Fred Howland of Carson City.
classes at Western Nevada Western Nevada College in jewelry and sculptures. The gallery is open Tues- First place: “The Gift,” Barbie Kaseman of
College (or any other state Carson City and Fallon are day through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission Markleeville.
community college) that’s not extending hours in August to is free and all items on exhibit are for sale. The Second: “Mina,” Catherine Sobredo of Carson
otherwise funded by the Pell accommodate students with gallery is located at Carson City’s Brewery Arts City.
Grant, Supplemental Educa- their needs leading up to the Center, 449 W. King St. For information go to Ne- Third: “Dunes Morning Light,” Richard Car of
tional Opportunity Grant, the start of fall semester. Reno.
Millennium Scholarship or Admissions and Records,
the Silver State Opportunity the Business Office, Counsel-
The scholarship stands to
ing Services, Financial Aid,
the Dini Student Center and Dining card fundraiser helps raise teen leaders
save Nevada families more Latino Outreach on the Car-
than $3,000 per year. Stu- son City campus will be open Boys & Girls Clubs
dents interested in pursuing a Wednesdays until 6:30 p.m.
bachelor’s can use the scholar- Regular business hours for of Western Nevada
ship to complete their first two these departments are 8 a.m. raising money
years at WNC before transfer- to 5 p.m. Monday through
ring to a university. They may Friday. to fund youth
also earn an associate degree To assist individuals at the leadership programs
and industry credentials in WNC Fallon campus, a coun-
a variety of career and tech- selor will be available until In Plain Sight Marketing
nical programs. If necessary, 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in
students may use the scholar- August. The Boys & Girls Clubs of
ship for remedial coursework, For information about be- Western Nevada, in conjunc-
and students have the ability to coming a student at WNC, go tion with the Nevada Appeal, is
renew their scholarship twice to selling dining cards featuring
after the first year. coupons from more than a doz-
“The Nevada Promise Schol- New Japanese Class Being en local restaurants. Proceeds
arship clears the most common Offered during Fall Semester will help fund tween and teen COURTESY
barriers to higher education Western Nevada College is leadership programs, Torch and Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada Keystone Club members selling
for Nevada’s recent high school offering a new opportunity to Keystone clubs. homemade items at Sassabrationin July. The members are also sell-
graduates. It provides easy, study a foreign language for The dining cards can be used ing dining cards to help fund their national conference in May.
flexible access to degrees that the upcoming fall semester. throughout the year. The cards
transfer to a university, as well Japanese 111, a four-credit feature deals such as buy one get mentorship through service them excited to give back to the
as career and technical pro- language course, will be avail- one free, coupons for a discount inside the club. Torch Club community that supports them
grams, for up to three years. able to students on Mondays off the entire bill, and more are members mentor younger club and help them grow into the
Students pursuing a degree and Wednesdays from 5 to available. Some coupons may be members, with many of them leaders of tomorrow.”
are funded to take 12 or more 6:45 p.m. on the Carson City used multiple times. later joining the Leadership In The dining cards are also a way
credits whether they attend in campus. The two leadership clubs are Training program and transition for the club to give back to Car-
person at a WNC campus or The language will be intro- focused on expanding youth to working for the club. son City, said Leao.
online. It is clear evidence of duced through structural anal- leadership skills through educa- The money raised will also go “Most of the restaurants have
the New Nevada’s commitment ysis and the writing system. tional programs and community toward funding the trip to the given to the club in one way or
to providing access to higher The class, which has 30 seats partnerships, such as with the National Boys & Girls Clubs con- another and this is a way for us
education and high-level train- available, will include some Nevada Appeal. ference next May where mem- to give back to them,” Leao said.
ing for the future leaders in conversation and an introduc- Keystone Club is for high bers will network with and learn “The dining cards are a great
our state,” said Scott Morrison, tion to the Japanese culture. school students with a focus on from other Keystone clubs. way for us to provide something
WNC’s vice president of Aca- “The Japanese course credits academic success, career prepa- “The national conference is of value to the community while
demic Affairs. are fully transferable — so ration and community service in such a great opportunity for supporting the businesses, the
In addition to covered class that’s good news for students and outside of the club. Keystone our youth to connect with other club and the teens.”
fees, Nevada Promise stu- looking to transfer to UNR,” members run the snack bar at Keystone members, share ideas, The dining cards will be sold
dents will be assigned a WNC said instructor Catherine the club, participate in com- and learn from one another,” said through September for $20 each.
mentor who will support them Wrucke. munity events and community Katie Leao, executive director for They can be purchased in-person
with the transition to college. Internet access is required. service projects, and clean up at the Boys & Girls Clubs of West- at the Boys & Girls Clubs, at 1870
Nevada Promise staff will be For information about be- the club. ern Nevada. “It expands how our Russell Way; the Nevada Appeal,
working closely with appli- coming a student at WNC, go Torch Club is for middle school members view leadership and at 580 Mallory Way; or online at
cants to assist them with the to students to build character and the value of community, and gets
Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A13

1st year of Nevada pot sales smokes expectations

By Scott Sonner
Associated Press lead the legalization effort, added
the “biggest surprise has been
RENO — Nevada regulators that there’ve been no surprises.”
and industry insiders say the But not all the reviews are
state’s first year of broad marijua- glowing.
na legalization has exceeded even Some medical marijuana pa-
their highest expectations, with tients insist they were better off
sales and tax collections already before Nevada legalized recre-
surpassing year-end projections ational pot. Tourists still have no-
by 25 percent. where to legally smoke the drug,
Numbers from June are still at least for now, and opponents
outstanding but are expected remain skeptical of the impact on
to push taxable sales past $500 children.
million, netting total tax reve- Nevada’s Public Safety Depart-
nue in the neighborhood of $70 ment plans to release early data
million — with about $25 million on the trends in the next few
devoted to schools. weeks.
“I think it has been a huge Anecdotally, Douglas Coun-
success, and I don’t see how any- ty School Superintendent Teri
one could argue with that,” said White said her district near Car-
Andrew Jolley, president of the son City had more problems with
Nevada Dispensary Association. marijuana the first three months
A legal battle over distribu- of the school year than she’d
tion licenses made for a rocky experienced her entire career.
start last July, but Nevada’s $195 Churchill County High School
million in sales for the first six Principal Kevin Lords in rural
months dwarfed the totals in Fallon estimated student mari- AP
Washington state ($67 million) juana use has tripled in his dis- Paul Whiterock smells marijuana for sale at 420 Sahara Wellness in Las Vegas on Monday. Nevada reg-
and Colorado ($114 million) for trict, including cases of edibles ulators and industry insiders say the state’s first year of adult-use marijuana sales has exceeded their
the first half-year of legal sales in being distributed by adults. expectations.
those states in 2014. And so far, Jim Hartman, a leader of the
there’s no sign legal sales that be- effort to defeat the 2016 ballot of marijuana products. It isn’t as schools, but not until about one- including Reno and Sparks.
gan in California on Jan. 1 have measure legalizing recreational though SAT scores are increas- third is used to cover local and Hartman said Washoe Coun-
cut into business in neighboring sales, said it’s too early to draw ing,” said Hartman, chairman of state administrative costs. ty’s annual school budget is
Nevada, regulators say. conclusions. “But it only makes Nevadans for Responsible Drug That means about $25 million approaching $1 billion, and
“We are viewed by many others sense to me if you legitimize it Policy. in wholesale revenue anticipated building a high school costs an
outside Nevada as essentially and make it more accessible, you The 10 percent retail tax levied for the first full year of sales will estimated $200 million.
being the gold standard,” Nevada are going to get more youth use.” only on recreational sales goes to be shared by schools in Nevada’s “People have a huge miscon-
Taxation Department Director What irks him most are those the state’s rainy day fund, a total 17 counties based on enrollment, ception that we are going to
William Anderson told The As- giddy about the revenue numbers of $26.5 million through May. with $17 million likely headed to build libraries and roads and all
sociated Press. “It’s an often-used he says are being blown out of Money raised from the 15 per- Las Vegas and surrounding Clark kinds of things with this mar-
term, but it’s appropriate here.” proportion in terms of benefiting cent wholesale tax applicable to County and $8 million divid- ijuana money,” Hartman said.
State Sen. Tick Segerblom, a schools. medical use as well — about $24 ed among the rest — perhaps “But in reality, these are tiny, tiny
Las Vegas Democrat who helped “They are celebrating the sale million through May — goes to $5 million for Washoe County, numbers.”

Lunar rocks displayed at Carson City Library Sunridge planning event center
Nevada Appeal staff report
By Teri Vance
Special to the Nevada Appeal Sunridge Golf & Recreations, located on the
south end of Carson City announced on Friday it’s
Rhiannon Hughey, 16, has always had constructing a year-round events tent expected to
an affection for geology, but now her be complete by the end of August.
hobby is out of this world. With increasing demand for a place to host
Hughey and her grandmother Patricia events and weddings, the new owners of Sunridge
Hughey stopped by the Carson City Li- Golf & Recreations have partnered with Red Car-
brary on Thursday evening for a chance pet Events to design and manage its wedding site
to see lunar rocks and soil during the and event business.
Lunar Rocks and Meet a Meteorite pre- “More and more families are looking for an
sentation, sponsored by Greater Nevada all-inclusive place to get married where their loved
Credit Union. ones can play together by day and gather for a
“I’m really into a bunch of different beautiful event at night,” said Red Carpet Events &
rocks and gemstones,” Rhiannon said. Design owner Karen Nichols. “With the gorgeous
“I thought it would be interesting to see views of the Carson Valley and incredible outdoor
the lunar rocks, and I’m glad I got to see spaces that Sunridge provides, I know this will
them.” be an outstanding location for any bride or event
It brought back some fond memories coordinator to create incredible experiences.”
for Patricia. Sunridge Golf and Recreations, which came
“I remember that first moon landing CATHLEEN ALLISON / NEVADA MOMENTUM under new ownership in February, is a 19-hole
very clearly,” she said. “I remember look- Tristan Hansen, 5, left, and Payton Lopez, 7, check out lunar rock and meteor- course on the southern edge of Carson City
ing up at the moon and saying, ’Wow, ite samples during the NASA@ My Library event at the Carson City Library on near the intersection of Jacks Valley Road and
there are people up there.’” Thursday. U.S. Route 395. Over the course of the last
The moon rocks were on display at several months, the new owners have invested
the library as part of the NASA@ My the Carson City Library. “We have no and adults better understand the work- in improving the golf course. The owners also
Library, an initiative to engage public plans for returning to the moon in the ings of the moon. have expanded the activity offerings to include
audiences nationwide in informal and foreseeable future.” Sara Summers, 10, dropped a wood archery, hatchet throwing, bounce houses, open
lifelong learning. Anton Kolupaev, 13, understood the block into a tray of graham crackers to trails for running and walking, and more.
Samples of moon rocks were on dis- gravity of what he was looking at. simulate impacts on the moon’s surface. “I grew up in this area and I want to create
play along with lunar “soil,” or regolith “I’ve never seen a moon rock from “It’s super cool seeing that’s how tiny more beautiful places for our community to
brought back from six Apollo missions outer space before,” he said. “It’s fun bits of asteroids are formed,” Sara said. come together and celebrate,” said Dan Oster,
between 1969 and 1972. They were to see it for the first time. It’s pretty “It breaks and also lands on different new owner and regional real estate investor and
stored in a vault at Greater Nevada cool someone went all the way there parts of the moon, which I’ve never commercial real estate broker. “Karen and her
Credit Union and transported to the and back. It took a lot of courage and known. Now I know why there’s craters team of professionals will elevate the events ex-
library with a police escort. strength to do that.” on the moon.” perience to a level we know our membership will
“Part of what makes them so valuable The library also hosted an array of Nearly 400 samples are distributed love. She is the best at what she does and I am
is we can’t just go back and get more,” activities — including creating rocket each year for research and teaching thrilled to have her here.”
said Diane Baker, business manager for ships from balloons — to help children projects. For information, visit
A14 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal

New family
leave credit
for businesses
s an employer,
don’t you just
grind your teeth Kelly
when an employ- Bullis
ee calls in sick and you sus- Tax Tips (And
pect they’re just out skiing Other Stuff)
or doing something fun
while using being sick as an
excuse to get out of work? You should be
Are you one of those many
generous employers who having your
actually pay “sick leave,” bookkeeper keep
even to the “hooky-from-
work” folks? track of all the
Well, in the last Trump
tax law, there was a hidden
qualified family and

provision you’re going to medical leave you
love. It’s a new tax credit
for employers who give em- paid. At the end of
ployees time off for family the year, tell your
and medical leave. (Now at
least you might even get a tax preparer that
credit for paying sick leave

to an employee who’s just
playing hooky from work,
as long as you only suspect 4) The employee’s serious
the hooky and can’t prove health condition that makes
it). them unable to perform the
Here are the specifics to functions of their position
be able to take this credit: (if they’re dealing with the
1) You must have a debilitating symptoms of
written plan that has been a flu virus, they obviously
distributed to all employees are unable to perform their
stating the “rules” you offer job);
Apple becomes first (i.e. pay, number of days off 5) Any qualifying exi-
per year, types of events, gency due to an employee’s
trillion-dollar company etc.); spouse, child, or parent be-
2) Your “plan” must offer ing on covered active duty
By Michael Liedtke at least two weeks of paid in the armed forces.
Associated Press leave annually; Please note, as of this
3) Qualified work- date, this credit is only
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple has ers must earn less than available for 2018 and 2019.
become the world’s first publicly $72,000 a year; Hopefully, Congress will ex-
traded company to be valued at $1 4) Qualified workers tend it (like they’ve done in
trillion, the financial fruit of stylish must have been employed other cases in the past), but
technology that has redefined what by you for at least one year; there’s no guarantee.
we expect from our gadgets. 5) Payment for leave must You should be having
The milestone reached Thurs- be at least 50 percent of your bookkeeper keep track
day marks the latest triumph of a regular pay; of all the qualified fami-
trend-setting company that two 6) Credit starts at 12.5 ly and medical leave you
mavericks named Steve started in a percent of actual leave paid paid. At the end of the year,
Silicon Valley garage 42 years ago. for 50 percent of regular tell your tax preparer that
The achievement seemed unimag- pay and goes up to a max- amount.
inable in 1997 when Apple teetered imum of 25 percent credit Hey! If you were already
on the edge of bankruptcy, with its PHOTOS: AP for 100 percent of regular a generous employer, this
stock trading for less than $1, on a ABOVE: An electronic screen displays Apple stock at the Nasdaq MarketSite, pay; is found money! If you’ve
split-adjusted basis., and its market Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, in New York. Apple has become the world’s first 7) Maximum time leave been on the fence about
value dropping below $2 billion. publicly traded company to be valued at $1 trillion. The milestone marks pay qualifies is 12 weeks. starting a family and med-
To survive, Apple brought back the triumph of stylish technology that has redefined what we expect from Kinds of events that qual- ical leave pay arrangement,
its once-exiled co-founder, Steve our gadgets ever since two mavericks named Steve started the company 42 ify for the credit on pay- maybe this credit is enough
Jobs, as interim CEO and turned years ago. ment of family and medical to get you started.
to its archrival Microsoft for a $150 leave are: Did you hear? Psalms
million cash infusion to help pay its week as anticipation mounts for the Another company, Saudi Arabian 1) Birth of the employee’s 94:19 says, “When the cares
bills. next generation of iPhone, expected Oil Co. could eclipse Apple if it goes child and the care of such of my heart are many, your
If someone had dared to buy to be released in September. through with plans for an initial child; consolations cheer my soul.”
$10,000 worth of stock at that point Apple hit the $1 trillion mark public offering. Saudi officials have 2) Placement of a child
of desperation, the investment would when its shares reached $207.04 said the IPO would value Saudi Ar- with the employee for Kelly Bullis is a Certified
now be worth about $2.6 million. around midday in New York. They amco, as the company is often called, adoption or foster care; Public Accountant in
Jobs eventually introduced popu- rose to an all-time high of $208.32 at about $2 trillion. But until the 3) Care for the employ- Carson City. Contact him
lar products such as the iPod and iP- before falling back slightly. The IPO is completed, Saudi Aramco’s ee’s spouse, child, or parent at 882-4459. He’s also on
hone that subsequently drove Apple’s shares are up around 23 percent so who has a serious health the web at
rise. The stock has been surging this far this year. APPLE, A15 condition; and on Facebook.
Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A15

Owner of new restaurant reports ‘excellent response’

Nevada Appeal staff report

The owner of a new restaurant in downtown Carson

City reported business was brisk during her first week
of operation.
Angela Bullentini Wolf, owner of Gather at 402 S.
Carson St., added reviews have been good.
“We have had an excellent response thus far,” she
said in an email to the Appeal.
Howard Jachens is the chef.
“His recipes execute my farm-to-table concept The grass-
beautifully,” Wolf said, adding the restaurant has part- fed beef
nered with local producers Eagle Valley Farms, Sand burger at
Hill Dairy, BlendBee, Blind Dog Coffee, and Kenne- Gather.
dy Ranch and will be offering craft beer from Imbibe
brewery in Reno, ADAM
Gather’s hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday through TRUMBLE/
Saturday. NEVADA
The restaurant’s website is APPEAL

BRIEFS APPLE Cook oversaw the intricate than all but a few dozen
From page A14 supply chain that fed con- U.S. companies churn out
Greater Commercial sumers’ appetite for Apple’s annually.
Lending names VP of actual value remains murky. devices and then held the Apple had also come
commercial operations Jobs’ vision, showman- company together in 2004 under fire as it accumulated
Greater Commercial ship and sense of style when Jobs was stricken more than $250 billion in
Lending (GCL), a whol- propelled Apple’s come- with a cancer that forced taxes in overseas accounts,
ly-owned subsidiary of back. But it might not him to periodically step triggering accusations of
Greater Nevada Credit have happened if he hadn’t away from work — some- tax dodging. Cook insisted
Union (GNCU), has named evolved into a more mature times for extended leaves of what Apple was doing legal
Jenny Casselman its vice leader after his exit from absences. Just months away and in the best interest of
president of commercial the company in 1985. His from his death, Jobs offi- shareholders, given the
operations. ignominious departure cially handed off the CEO offshore money would have
Casselman is responsible came after losing a power reins to Cook in August been subjected to a 35 per-
for delivering strategic struggle with John Sculley, 2011. cent tax rate had if it were
objectives related to the a former Pepsico executive Although Apple has brought back to the U.S.
commercial loan servic- who he recruited to become yet to produce another But that calculus changed
ing, secondary marketing, Apple’s CEO in 1983 — mass-market sensation under the administration of
funding and investor seven years after he and his since that changing of the President Donald Trump,
efforts within GCL, which geeky friend Steve Wozniak guard, Cook has leveraged who pushed Congress to
provides commercial teamed up to start the com- the legacy that Jobs left pass a sweeping overhaul
lending services to entities pany with the administra- behind to stunning heights. of the U.S. tax code that in-
across the nation. tive help of Ronald Wayne. Since Cook became CEO, cludes a provision lowering
Casselman has been Jobs remained mercu- Apple’s annual revenue has AP this year’s rate to 15.5 per-
with Greater Nevada rial when he returned to more than doubled to $229 In this Sept. 12, 2017, file photo, Apple CEO Tim Cook, cent on profits coming back
for more than 15 years, Apple, but he had also billion while its stock has shows new Apple Watch Series 3 product at the Steve from overseas.
holding positions within become more thoughtful quadrupled. Jobs Theater on the new Apple campus in Cupertino, Calif. Apple took advantage of
the credit union of Branch and adept at spotting talent More than $600 billion that break to bring back
Manager and Member that would help him create of Apple’s current market the iPhone or the iPad. popularity of the iPhone virtually all of its overseas
Resource Center Manager. a revolutionary innovation value has been created That has raised concerns and other products in- cash, triggering a $38 bil-
She has also held factory. One of his big- while Cook has been CEO. that Apple has become far vented under Jobs’ reign lion tax bill. All that money
positions within Greater gest coups came in 1998 That wealth creation ex- too dependent on the iP- to sell services tailored for coming back to the U.S.
Nevada Mortgage, when he lured a soft-spo- ceeds the current market hone, especially since iPad the more than 1.3 billion also spurred Apple to raise
another subsidiary of ken Southerner, Tim value of every publicly sales tapered off several devices now powered by the its dividend by 16 percent
GNCU, including sales and Cook, away from Compaq traded U.S. company except years ago. The iPhone now company’s software. and commit to buy back
service team manager, Computer at a time when Amazon, Microsoft and accounts for nearly two- Apple’s services division $100 billion of its own
regional sales manager, Apple’s survival remained Google’s parent, Alphabet. thirds of Apple’s revenue. alone is on pace to generate stock as part of an effort to
loan servicing manager, in doubt. Even so, Cook has en- But Cook has capital- about $35 billion in reve- drive its stock price even
and most recently, vice Cook’s hiring may have countered criticism, chiefly ized on the continuing nue this fiscal year — more higher.
president of mortgage been one of the best things for the creative void left
services. Casselman is also Jobs did for Apple. In addi- in Jobs’ wake. The Apple

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of Nevada.
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tinued to boost the market. 52-wk T-bill 2.41 2.42 -0.01 1.21
There was little reaction to Chi- 25,500
2-year T-note 2.65 2.67 -0.02 1.34
na's threat to put tariffs on $60 The yield on the 5-year T-note 2.81 2.85 -0.04 1.79
billion in U.S. goods. 25,000 10-year Treasury 7-year T-note 2.90 2.94 -0.04 2.05
7,200 note fell to 2.95
24,500 10-year T-note 2.95 2.98 -0.03 2.22
percent on
30-year T-bond 3.09 3.12 -0.03 2.79
Take-Two Interactive TTWO 24,000
6,800 Friday. Yields af-
Close: $123.41 10.17 or 9.0% fect interest rates
The video game publisher raised its 23,500 6,400 on mortgages
annual forecasts after a strong first and other
quarter. consumer loans. Barclays Glob Agg Bd 2.08 2.08 ... 1.57
Barclays USAggregate 3.37 3.39 -0.02 2.50
Barclays US Corp 4.00 4.02 -0.02 3.11
120 StocksRecap DOW
LAST 5.00 1.88
Barclays US High Yield 6.29 6.30 -0.01 5.38
Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.91 3.94 -0.03 3.63
NYSE NASD DOW Trans. 11112.41 11030.64 11096.97 +41.76 +0.38% +4.57% 6 MO AGO 4.50 1.38
110 10-Yr. TIPS .86 .89 -0.03 .44
M J J DOW Util. 730.98 719.62 728.81 +6.87 +0.95% +0.75% 1 YR AGO 4.25 1.13
52-week range Vol. (in mil.) 2,991 1,966 NYSE Comp. 12955.77 12893.30 12953.36 +55.29 +0.43% +1.13%
$86.76 $130.43 Pvs. Volume 3,431 2,028 NASDAQ 7824.06 7783.30 7812.02 +9.33 +0.12% +13.16%
Vol.: 8.0m (4.1x avg.) PE: 81.7 Advanced 1648 1168 S&P 500 2840.38 2827.37 2840.35 +13.13 +0.46% +6.24%
Mkt. Cap: $14.1 b Yield: ... Declined 1160 1693 S&P 400 2003.44 1991.64 2000.04 +5.11 +0.26% +5.23% Crude Oil (bbl) $68.49 $68.96 -0.68 +13.4
New Highs 98 92 Wilshire 5000 29554.33 29449.40 29554.14 +99.20 +0.34% +6.33% Benchmark U.S.
Ethanol (gal) $1.44 $1.43 ... +8.4
Symantec SYMC New Lows 30 67 Russell 2000 1687.30 1668.35 1673.37 -8.73 -0.52% +8.98% crude dipped in
Heating Oil (gal) $2.13 $2.13 -0.23 +2.5
Close: $19.25 -1.63 or -7.8% a relatively quiet Natural Gas (mm btu) $2.85 $2.82 +1.31 -3.4
The software maker said billings day of trading. Unleaded Gas (gal) $2.07 $2.07 -0.13 +14.8
from business customers fell short It was the first
of its projections and it lowered its WORLD GOLD CLOSE PVS DAY WK AGO
forecasts. time this week
London AM fix $1207.70 $1222.75 $1219.15

Amazon delivers profits

$30 that its price
London PM fix $1216.30 $1219.00 $1223.95
swung by less HSBC Bank USA $1215.00 $1212.00 $1224.00
than $1 per NY Handy & Harman $1216.30 $1219.00 $1223.95
20 barrel. NY H&H fabricated $1350.09 $1353.09 $1358.59
15 For years, Amazon was known as a company that Amazon Web Services, profit jumped 79 percent NY Engelhard $1218.72 $1221.72 $1223.95
52-week range brought in lots of revenue but very little profit, from a year ago. Profitability is improving at its retail NY Engelhard fab $1310.12 $1313.35 $1358.59
$17.81 $34.20 spending most of what it earned on building business, but costs remain high, especially as it NY Merc $1214.20 $1210.60 $1222.60
Vol.: 48.6m (4.5x avg.) PE: 10.5 warehouses and making other investments. expands internationally. SPOT METALS CLOSE PVS DAY WK AGO
Mkt. Cap: $12.0 b Yield: 1.6% But that’s changing. For Analysts at Benchmark Silver (oz) $15.406 $15.329 $15.415
three consecutive quarters, expect Amazon’s cloud Copper (lb) $2.7535 $2.7270 $2.7875
Kraft Heinz KHC
the online retailer has computing business to keep Aluminum (lb) $0.9176 $0.9235 $0.9316
Close: $64.48 5.08 or 8.6% reported profits of more than growing, writing that the Platinum (oz) $836.90 $828.20 $820.30
The packaged food company said Lead (ton) $2143.00 $2115.50 $2141.00
its profit fell, but the results were
$1 billion. In its most recent company’s “profit engine” is
quarter, it shot past $2 billion “just getting started.” Zinc (lb) $1.1870 $1.1920 $1.1910
better than analysts expected.
for the first time. Amazon says its
$65 Amazon’s growing profit burgeoning advertising MutualFunds
comes mostly from its cloud business, which sells ad
computing business, which space to companies that FUND NAV CHG YTD 12-MO 5-YR
sells web services to want to reach Amazon American Funds AmrcnBalA m 27.73 +.07 +3.1 +9.3/B +8.9/A
M J J companies and the govern- shoppers, is another American Funds CptWldGrIncA m 51.48 +.05 +1.8 +8.9/C +8.5/C
52-week range ment. At the unit, called growing profit stream for it. American Funds CptlIncBldrA m 60.97 +.23 -1.3 +2.3/E +5.6/B
$54.11 $87.58
American Funds GrfAmrcA m 55.24 -.06 +11.5 +21.5/C +14.3/C
Vol.: 16.1m (3.5x avg.) PE: 7.1 Amazon rising: Amazon’s profits and stock price have risen steadily in recent years. American Funds IncAmrcA m 23.23 +.11 +.8 +6.6/E +7.4/C
Mkt. Cap: $78.6 b Yield: 3.9% American Funds InvCAmrcA m 41.55 +.11 +5.1 +14.3/D +11.9/B
Amazon’s quarterly profits Amazon (AMZN) American Funds WAMtInvsA m 45.95 +.23 +4.8 +14.8/A +11.5/A
Post Holdings POST $2.5 billion $2,000 Dodge & Cox IntlStk 44.73 +.21 -3.4 0.0/E +5.1/B
Close: $93.58 6.90 or 8.0% Friday’s close: $1,823.29
Dodge & Cox Stk 211.54 +1.05 +5.8 +15.7/A +12.3/A
The maker of Cocoa Pebbles and 2.0 Fidelity 500IndexPrm 99.36 +.48 +7.4 +17.1/B +13.0/A
Raisin Bran cereal announced an 1,500 Fidelity Contrafund 136.37 +.01 +13.1 +23.4/B +15.1/B
investment in its private brands divi-
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Jan 31, 2014: $310.35
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Groupon GRPN
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The online daily deal service report-
ed a bigger loss and less revenue
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than analysts
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Opinion “
It is better to fail in originality than to
succeed in imitation.
” Herman Melville

Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A17


A big, beautiful Kruzin’ in Carson City

border wall? Silver Dollars and Wooden
Nickels is a weekly feature in the
Appeal’s Opinion pages in which
County Sheriffs Deputies William
McDaniel and Nathan Cooper,
who were honored by members of

the Appeal gives Silver Dollars to Post 8660 of the Veterans of For-
ll of us remember those who deserve recognition and eign Wars for their heroic actions.
President Trump’s occasionally a Wooden Nickel to SILVER DOLLAR: To Carson
oft-repeated cam- those who deserve criticism. High agriscience teacher Charles
paign promise SILVER DOLLAR: To the Karson COURTESY MARIE GOE/SOUTHGATE COINS Mann for successfully completing
about building a big, beauti- Guy W. Kruzers and all those who partic- involved in organizing and par- the 15th annual National Agri-
ful border wall that Mexico ipated for another successful Run ticipating in the Jazz and Beyond science Teachers Ambassador
would pay for. Well, I don’t
Farmer What Cha Brung Car Show. And Music Festival in Carson City. The Academy in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
want to disillusion anyone, to Carson City’s Henry and Pat event began this weekend and SILVER DOLLAR: The Phil
but that’s not going to happen Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) Zepeta, who’s 1932 Ford coupe will be bringing various forms of Wooley and the “Dayton Pigs,” a
even though the president and House Speaker Paul was The Participants Pick, in ef- music and art to our community group of volunteers dedicated to
has threatened to shut down Ryan (R-Wis.) have present- fect the best of show winner. through Aug. 19. cleaning up public lands in Lyon
the government if Congress ed Trump with a plan that SILVER DOLLAR: To all those SILVER DOLLAR: To Lyon County.
doesn’t fund his wall by the would fund the government
Sept. 30 deadline for a new and delay the immigration
budget deal. debate until after the midterm POPCORN STAND
This is a typical Trump elections in November, but the
“art of the deal” negotiating president has rebuffed them It’s been a while since high at No. 7. But I take was one of those John Schneider and Shore are
tactic — make all kinds of dire with his government shut- I’ve written about one of exception to some of the Wick movies. worse than Cage, but
threats and then settle for down strategy, if that’s what it my favorite subjects in actors he’s supposedly And then Hulk Hogan I mean come on, don’t
something far less than the is. You never really know. Nicolas Cage, the quirky worse than. checked in at No. 13. pick on the star of one
original goal. That’s what our Trump wants $5 billion in actor who’s among the For example, Keanu I’ve never, ever seen of my guilty pleasures,
president tried to do with bru- funding for his border wall, people who fascinate Reeves comes in only Hogan act in anything, “Walker, Texas Ranger.”
tal North Korean dictator Kim but my guess is if Congress me for no particular at No. 22. I admit I but I’m absolutely cer- I never heard of
Jong Un at their recent Sin- gives him anything at all, he’ll reason. feel guilty for criticiz- tain he’s a worse actor the No. 1 guy, Tommy
gapore Summit. First, Trump call it a “wall” and declare Today I come to Cage’s ing Reeves because he’s than Cage. Wiseau, but apparent-
threatened “fire and fury” if victory. After all, his English is defense. Well, not really. accomplished in martial And Steven Seagal ly he singled-handedly
North Korea didn’t dismantle imprecise and a wall is in the A website called cheat- arts and I admire that. came in at No. 10. I made one of the worst
its nuclear weapons program, eye of the beholder. has come out But he’s an awful actor, have seen a little bit of movies of all-time, “The
and then settled for a vague On the other side of the with its rankings for its far worse than Cage. Seagal’s work and I can Room,” which I never
agreement about the eventual congressional aisle, Democrats 25 worst actors and, of Reeves should easily be tell you he’s no Nicolas heard of.
— maybe, some day — de- are blocking everything Trump course, Cage makes the in the top five. Cage. For the complete
nuclearization of the Korean proposes including immigra- list. He’s so bad I can’t tell Rated as worse than list visit https://www.
Peninsula, leaving the prickly tion reform and confirmation Not even winning an which movie he’s in. I Cage were No. 6 Rob
details to Secretary of State of a highly qualified Supreme Academy Award could thought I was watching Schneider, No. 5 Pau- tainment/worst-actors-
Mike Pompeo and National Court nominee, Judge Brett exclude Cage from this “The Matrix” the other ley Shore and No. 4 all-time.html/.
Security Adviser John Bolton, Kavanaugh. Some “progres- list and he ranks pretty day and it turns out it Chuck Norris. I agree — Charles Whisnand
among others. sive” Democrats, including
Meanwhile, there are re- those who call themselves
ports North Korea is ramping Socialists, are running on a PAST PAGES
up its nuclear program while dangerous platform of open
Trump and Kim continue to borders and the abolition of By Trent Dolan Animals were last seen near the Laxalt, Atty. Ben. Harvey Dicker-
exchange compliments. Kim is ICE, the agency that enforc- Coutt’s ranch in the chalk hills son and Secretary of State John
“very talented” and his people es our immigration laws and SATURDAY southeast of Carson. A reward of Koontz.
love him etc., etc. And then controls our porous borders. If 150 YEARS AGO $60 will be paid for their return.
Trump cozied up to Russian more moderate Nevada Dem- Picnic Excursion of the Carson Andrew Drake. SUNDAY
dictator Vladimir Putin in ocrats like Jacky Rosen and Band on Board Steamer “Gov. 70 YEARS AGO 150 YEARS AGO
Helsinki. Steve Sisolak decide to run on Blasdel,” Lake Tahoe, Aug. 2, 1868: Motion Picture Actor Delivers Stabbing Affray: A fracas oc-
Iran is next on Trump’s such an extremist, anti-Amer- Early this morning we received Sunday Sermon: Twentieth Cen- curred last evening in front of the
world summit schedule — ican platform, they deserve an invitation to participate in the tury Fox studio moved cameras Magnolia between Johnny Moore
no preparation necessary. to be soundly defeated at the picnic excursion on route to Tahoe and equipment into the Gardnerv- and Dick Grey which resulted in
A quick, happy photo op or polls in November. City. Here we were made known to ille-Minden area this week and Johnny’s being pretty severely cut
two, and leave the details to Democrats have done a good Captain James B. DeLong, com- began shooting sequences there with a pocket knife and Dick being
others. According to USA job of playing on our emo- mander of the steamer, who was of the forthcoming film, “Chicken knocked down. The two men are at
Today, “Trump said he would tions by highlighting Central much gratified as seeing us among Every Sunday.” One of the featured odds and this affair is the result of
hold a summit with Iran with American children who have the excursionists, and gave us the players in the film delivered the an old ill feeling.
‘no preconditions.’” Shades of been separated from their use of the steamer for the day, free day’s sermon at the Carson Pres- 130 YEARS AGO
ex-President Obama’s “blame parents, or alleged parents, of charge. The picnic was, in all byterian Church. He was Porter General Sheridan died on Sun-
America first” apology tour. at the border, but the Trump respects, a success. Hall, who is an elder in the First day evening. Another giant of the
Good luck with that. But I administration is attempting 130 YEARS AGO Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, war has gone to his rest. The circus
digress; let’s get back to the to reunite children with their Three Nevada boys have graduat- Calif. He spoke on the theme that lions have not been fed for two
border wall. asylum-seeking parents while ed from West Point. They are Jack “no matter what line of work one days. If they do not get some meat
“I would be willing to shut trying to combat widespread Neal and A.F. Mackay, of Storey, follows, he should strive to do a pretty quick, they will be roaming
down the government if Dem- child abuse and human and George Stockle of White Pine. good job and set an example for about Carson helping themselves.
ocrats don’t give us the votes trafficking on the border. Four elegant chairs have been add- others in that profession.” 100 YEARS AGO
for border security, which in- That’s why we need compre- ed to the furniture of the Gover- 50 YEARS AGO Last night Carson was truly
cludes the wall,” Trump tweet- hensive immigration reform nor’s office in place of the two old The state board of prison aroused and indulged in a parox-
ed. “We must get rid of the visa and strong border controls iron chairs owned by ex-Governor commissioners said today it was ysm of revelry that lasted well after
lottery, end catch-and-release in addition to something our Adams and Judge Belknap. reduced by 30 days each the sen- midnight in commemoration of the
and go to an immigration sys- mercurial president can call a 100 YEARS AGO tences of 92 convicts who helped greatest Allied victory of the war.
tem based on merit.” I actually “wall.” Horses Lost: A big bay mare, fight the fire west of the capital this The news came over the phone
agree with the second part of branded J, one white foot, and week. Warden Carl Hocker said he from Reno and was received at
that tweet, which I’ve edited to Guy W. Farmer dealt with white spot on forehead, had recommended the action which 9:30 o’clock. By 10 sporadic crowds
correct grammatical errors. immigration issues during his suckling colt when last seen and was approved by telephone calls
Senate Majority Leader diplomatic career. a three-year-old colt, unbranded. to the commissioners, Gov. Paul PAST PAGES, A18
A18 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal


‘Just tea’ suits me to a ‘tea’

y favorite meal to eat out is my hand to get her attention. Anoth- (the customer who’s always right, right?)
breakfast. Just something er thing a waitress ignores is a guy who asked for fresh hot water. I left a 25 per-
about having someone else snaps his fingers or a woman who waves cent tip and mentally noted not to visit
make the hash browns, eggs Trina her napkin like she’s about to surrender. that tea room for breakfast again. Maybe
and bacon and then do the cleaning up Machacek So I just calmly raise my hand and give I should develop a taste for coffee. Nah,
afterward is like a great gift to me. Don’t Is This You? a polite little wave that says, “Hey! Hey! my way of living is just way too much
get me wrong, lunch and dinner out will You hoo. Over here!” Not my table, let’s fun!
not be turned down by yours truly any- move on ...
time. But breakfast is just a meal I would So when I was recently out to break- Here she comes. All of 19 years old Trina lives in Eureka, Nevada. Share
rather let someone else make. fast and ordered my requisite hot tea I with, I’m just here for the tips written with her at
I usually don’t drink coffee. I prefer tea. wasn’t surprised the waitress brought an on her face. (Nothing wrong with that Really!
As a former waitress, I can tell you no array of teas to choose from. What did mind you — I also worked for tips and
waitress likes to hear a customer ask for get my attention was the 50 different earned a nice pot daily, I might add). I like to call myself a plain
hot tea instead of coffee. Coffee is a pour teas of the world were in a box — with a She slides up and asked what I needed.
as you pass by, it’s a throw it in the cup lock on it! OK, it was a fake lock, but it I asked her for some regular tea and she Jane kinda person. Not a
and done liquid. Hot tea requires a sep- was a look-like-a-lock hasp. The box was gets a horrid look on her face. Seems this lot of frills or extras in my
arate little decanter with hot water in it cedar and was carved on the top with a tea box is quite a thing in this establish-
on a saucer, maybe a wedge of lemon and tea tree and “TEA” was so romantically ment. So much so they had like three or being. You aren’t going to
then the tea, of course. And that’s where scripted through the tea leaves. All fancy four tea boxes and they’re filled several
I’m going today. About that tea. smanchie. times a day by what I suppose is their tea
get a 400-word answer to
I like to call myself a plain Jane kinda Inside the box was, if you were a profes- wizard. Kind of like a wine steward, but a question from me. I don’t
person. Not a lot of frills or extras in my sional tea snob, an impressive five rows you know, for tea. No, no I explained, I
being. You aren’t going to get a 400-word of teas to choose from. I just sighed at the just wanted tea, you know, flow through really care about checking
answer to a question from me. I don’t sight. Then the hunt was on for a “just bag you just dunk up and down in the hot each and every package of
really care about checking each and every tea” tea bag. I fingered my way through water. The bag if you’re fast enough will
package of chicken in the meat bin. If I the alphabetized offering. Apple, rather color the water just enough so you can chicken in the meat bin. If I
want chicken, I just pick up a package of have it in a pie? Burberry, isn’t that a type taste tea then pull it out quick so you can
chicken and trottle off. So when I say I of coat? Chamomile, must change color use it for a second cup because you’re so
want chicken, I just pick up
like tea, I just like regular old tea in plain in the cup! Dusty Rose — I wanted to frugal you re-use tea bags. Yes, yes, I re- a package of chicken and
tea bags. You know tea that tastes like, paint a room that color! My little decant- use tea bags. I have a frugal streak in me.
well, like tea. Not minty, orangey, sleepy er of hot water was cooling off when I got Squeaking along. trottle off. So when I say I like
time, or licorice spiced caramel lined to the Ts. You guessed it, no just plain Faster than I expected, she came with tea, I just like regular old tea
bags that steep for three hours before Jane tea was in that overstuffed tea box. a disheveled, found in the back of the
you sip it and then you get all squiggly So I set it aside and as the waitress cupboard tea bag. Hurray! Of course by in plain tea bags.
because it’s just sooooo good. scooted by I held up and slightly waved that time the water had cooled off so I,


From page A17 The flags were at half mast yesterday out of
Remembering aftermath of Who actually pays the business tax? respect for Sheridan. Dr. Bishop was in the
attack on Pearl Harbor Business taxes, being from a “mom had gathered at the Arlington, many of them city yesterday attending the monthly meeting
Editor’s note: Charles Sehe, a and pop” or a multinational corpora- who had rushed out of the Opera house. By of the Asylum Commissioners.
Minnesota resident, is a Pearl Harbor tion, are paid through the use of the 11:30 the celebration had reached its zenith 100 YEARS AGO
attack survivor. The veteran was profits generated by the sale of prod- and the din was terrific. Soissons has fallen! Last evening the regular meeting of the
aboard the USS Nevada during the ucts or services offered by the business. 70 YEARS AGO Greater Carson Club was called to order by
attack on Dec. 7, 1941. The selling price of the products or Those youngsters who plan to enter the Vice President Royce in the absence of Pres-
The Pearl Harbor attack left the USS services is calculated to cover the cost coming Sagebrush Derby have until Saturday ident Coleman. The committee appointed to
Nevada mired in mud and darkened of producing the product or service by which to fill out entry blanks, Chamber of gather data on the resources in Ormsby Coun-
throughout the lower decks. Salvag- plus the cost of the taxes and to gener- Commerce officials reported today. Indications ty. Its purpose is to lay before the government
ing began immediately to reclaim the ate a profit. are that at least 40 boys from western Nevada some of the cardinal features which would
Nevada from the muddied waters of The greater the tax the greater the will enter the competition planned for Aug. 29 prove advantageous for the establishment of a
the harbor. selling price and the greater the cost to on Kings Canyon Road. hospital for convalescent soldiers.
Meanwhile, the ship’s more experi- the consumer. 50 YEARS AGO 70 YEARS AGO
enced men had volunteered to transfer Those wanting higher business taxes Authorities alerted by a tip from Nevada’s Of Carson City’s 37 food and drink establish-
to other ships, increasing their comple- are being dishonest as they know it is governor arrested a 29-year-old man today in ments, 24 have been given a “Grade A” classi-
ment to full combat readiness. the consumer that actually pays the tax. Miami who had a gun shipped to his room at a fication by the state department of health. The
I was among the 415 “skeletal crew” Sanford Deyo hotel housing two delegations at the Repub- establishments inspected during the months
who were selected to remain aboard Minden lican National Convention. Nevada Governor of June and July attained a rating of 86 per-
the Nevada. The majority of that num- Paul Laxalt said he recognized the man and cent as compared with 86.4 percent in 1947.
ber were seamen 2c, like myself. Left is blowing smoke told hotel officials of his presence. The 12 given C ratings were the Arlington
Temporary repairs had made it possi- So far in this political season my 30 YEARS AGO Hotel bar and cafe, Carson Hot Springs cafe,
ble to proceed on its own to Bremerton favorite dumb TV political ad by any The Old Douglas High School just may have Clifford Diner, Duk-Inn, Eagle Market, 49-er
Navy Yard near Seattle. The nine-day candidate is the one about Nevada’s been saved Thursday. Douglas County com- Club, Hotel Page bar, Hunters Lodge (bar and
crossing of the Pacific was unevent- lousy air quality. missioners unanimously approved a $100,000 cafe), Kountry Kafe, Kelly & Lindsay and the
ful; arriving at Puget Sound on May 1, The liberal progressive ad claim is grant of seed money to repair the landmark’s Ship Bar.
1942. that bad air in Nevada is caused by Sen. roof and heating system. 50 YEARS AGO
Wandering around the Navy yard, Dean Heller taking money from those Those wishing to assist in the reseeding
I came upon an old World War I nasty capitalists, namely the Koch TUESDAY of 1,500 acres of fire-ravaged Kings Canyon
battleship, HMS Warspite, a British brothers. 150 YEARS AGO should call the county. Approximately 500
battleship, battle-scarred and dirty. But, then maybe the left wing should From Tahoe City to Emerald Bay July 30, volunteers are needed for the effort, scheduled
Straw was strewn across its deck and I look out their windows and focus their 1868. We left Tahoe City and crossed the for Aug. 17 and 18.
heard a dog barking. The Warspite left ire on California and all their uncon- Truckee River with our horses on a ferry boat 30 YEARS AGO
the Ceylon island from a strong enemy trolled wildfires. on the 28th. According to a statement of the About 400 new parking spaces would be
force. Then in the wintertime they should oldest inhabitants of Tahoe, the lake is four created in downtown Carson City if a one-
On another day in the Navy yard, shift their complaining to Mother Na- feet higher at present than it ever was before, way street system is approved by supervisors.
a long line of shiny black limousines ture who causes all those temperature thus making the crossing difficult. After a The committee was appointed by Mayor Dan
slowly came by. The lead car stopped inversions that clogs Nevada air on short ride along a ridge, Emerald Bay became Flammer to study downtown parking and
and a dark-tinted window lowered. occasion. in sight, and from this point we have a perfect make recommendations for improvements.
A hand raised as if to salute, then A vote for the ultra left is not going view of this little lovely bay, the island, and The committee earlier recommended getting
lowered. to change Nevada’s weather patterns or falls over the stupendous granite walls around rid of parking meters.
We returned the salute. It was Presi- what direction the winds are blowing its head. Following the trail we soon come to
dent Franklin Delano Roosevelt. in from. Capt. Dick’s premises. Beside this stand two Trent Dolan is the son of Bill Dolan, who wrote
Charles T. Sehe George Gerlach neatly built cabins, a saloon, and a bowling this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947
Mankato, Minn. Gardnerville alley. until his death in 2006.
Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A19

CANNABINOIDS’ EFFECT ON diabetes is in the early stages, with much DEAR ABBY: This is in response to “Cry-
GLUCOSE CONTROL STILL of the work done in mice and on donated ing Myself to Sleep” (June 2), who is hav-
NOT YET UNDERSTOOD tissue samples. Until researchers are able ing drastic mood swings, including crying,
Dear Doctor: I have Type 1 diabetes and to work extensively with human popu- depression and anger. I experienced these, Jeanne
have used marijuana for years to control lations, the how and why of the effects and it was not only horrible, but also scary. Phillips
my blood sugar. I’ve seen my blood sugar of cannabis on the complex physiologic My doctors figured out my problem was Dear Abby
drop 100 points in five minutes with mar- processes encompassed by diabetes will caused by a hormonal imbalance. Since
ijuana, a lot faster than my Humalog insu- remain educated guesses. the body makes many different types of
lin can manage. Why is that? Will medical Preliminary research suggests that cer- hormones, the doctors needed to find what she’s eating/not eating. Many young
marijuana ever go mainstream? tain cannabinoids may help with glucose out which one(s) were involved in the women starve themselves until late in the
Dear Reader: Marijuana, or cannabis, control. Some studies have found that can- disturbance. day and then eat junk food, which can play
contains more than 100 active chemical nabis can have a positive effect on insulin Instead of going for psychological help havoc on their emotional state. Lifestyle
compounds. Known as cannabinoids, each resistance. A study published in 2016 in a first, I suggest she go for physical test- changes and clean eating can help. —
of them behaves differently in the body. As journal of the American Diabetes Associa- ing. She should see her regular M.D., her MELANIE IN COLORADO
the number of states that allow the use of tion found that THCV, one of the cannabi- gynecologist and an endocrinologist (a DEAR ABBY: All your suggestions to
cannabis for medical purposes continues noids that are not psychoactive, improved hormonal specialist) to discover exactly “Crying” were good, but she also needs to
to grow, so does the body of evidence that glycemic control in some individuals with what’s going on. If an imbalance isn’t the consult her doctor and have a complete
many of the compounds found within the Type 2 diabetes. Another study that same cause, her doctor may suggest consider- blood workup done. She could very well
plant have therapeutic potential. The most year drew a link between cannabidiol, a ing other options. If everything physical is be diabetic or have a low or high thyroid
common use of cannabis in the United compound in cannabis, and a decrease in ruled out, seek counseling. She should not problem. Either one could cause her mood
States right now is for pain control. It’s inflammation of the pancreas. In an obser- give up on finding out the source of her swings, and thyroid problems can cause a
also widely used for anxiety, to manage vational study using data from the federal problem. — BEEN THERE AND NOW lot of symptoms that mimic other diseas-
nausea and has been shown to be effective Centers for Disease Control and Preven- DOING GREAT es. — LANELLE IN GEORGIA
in reducing inflammation. It also shows tion, researchers found the incidence of di- DEAR BEEN THERE: I’m pleased you’re DEAR ABBY: In addition to the resources
promise in managing symptoms of neuro- abetes among regular cannabis users to be doing well and thank you for sharing. you included in your answer, there are also
logical conditions like Parkinson’s disease measurably lower than that of the popula- Many readers offered theories about what nonprofit clinics called Federally Qualified
and multiple sclerosis. tion at large. At the same time, the results may be causing “Crying’s” mood swings, Health Centers (FQHCs), which offer ser-
The challenge to investigating medical of several other recent studies contradict a and they are worth considering. Read on: vices regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.
claims regarding cannabis is the fact that, number of these pro-cannabis findings. So, DEAR ABBY: As a psychiatrist, I’ve had I am a child, adolescent and adult psychi-
despite what’s happening in individual basically, the jury is still out. patients with similar complaints. Before atrist and I work for such a clinic. We have
states, it remains illegal at the federal level. Although cannabis shows promise in the she pursues therapy, I would recommend counselors and therapists who could help
Cannabis is a Schedule l drug, in the same area of diabetes, science has yet to catch keeping a calendar/journal for a few someone like “Crying” get to the bottom of
category as heroin, which means research up with the claims being made. In the months to note when the episodes occur. her problem. — DR. SANDRA V.
is subject to numerous restrictions. Even research that has been done, the reason for While people tend to identify events as DEAR CARING READERS: I want to
so, various studies and clinical trials are the effects of cannabis are not yet fully un- “random,” I have had patients who, once thank you for reaching out to offer re-
moving forward, and in time we will learn derstood. Interest in the subject is strong, they kept track, realized the episodes were sources to “Crying Myself to Sleep.” I hope
more about what cannabis can — and can’t though, and continues to grow. We’ll keep always a few days before the onset of their they will help her to resolve her mood
— do. an eye on the topic for you and report back period. It is always wise to rule out a phys- swings.
In researching your question regard- as we learn of new advances. ical explanation before devoting time and
ing cannabis and diabetes, we found that energy to a psychological one. — GLEN Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van
you’re not alone in noticing its effect on Eve Glazier, M.D., MBA, is an internist IN TEXAS Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips,
blood sugar. However, much of what we and associate professor of medicine at DEAR ABBY: My doctor recommended I and was founded by her mother, Pauline
found is anecdotal evidence, which lacks UCLA Health. Elizabeth Ko, M.D., is keep a food and exercise diary along with Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.
scientific rigor. At this time, the study an internist and assistant professor of documenting my mood swings. Before or P.O. Box 69440, Los
of cannabis and its potential effects on medicine at UCLA Health. long “Crying” may see a connection to Angeles, CA 90069.

AUGUST 5 - AUGUST 11, 2018 like-minded people and you’ll who has more experience. What Concentrate on the people and long overdue. Taking a closer
ARIES (March 21-April 19): Put achieve plenty. You’ll be inclined you discover will help you bring projects that make you feel good look at your relationships with
in the hours on the 5th to reap to help others on the 8th and 9th, about positive changes to the about your accomplishments. others on the 8th and 9th will
the rewards and satisfaction of but before you do, make sure way you do things. Focus on Talking to an older family friend help you realize what needs to be
getting things done. Discipline that the requests are legitimate. activities on the 6th and 7th that on the 8th and 9th will help you done in order to achieve peace
and hard work will make you feel CANCER (June 21-July 22): will help you build your strength understand your background of mind.
good, ease stress and give you Emotional matters should be and stamina. Set personal physi- better. The information revealed AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
something to celebrate. Don’t looked at rationally on the 5th. cal goals and pace yourself. Diet will surprise you. Refuse to let emotional issues
dwell on what you cannot do on Just because someone does and exercise should be handled SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. take over on the 5th. Pour your
the 6th and 7th. Focus on what something doesn’t mean you with intelligence. A partnership 21): Look for ways to smooth energy into personal improve-
you can achieve. Call in favors have to join in or agree. Make will play a role in the decisions things over on the 5th if someone ments that will lead to health
and you’ll get the help you need decisions that suit your needs. you make on the 8th and 9th. Let has been pressuring you emo- benefits, not hazards. Bring
to bring about positive change. Look for opportunities on the your intuition guide you when tionally. Honesty will help you about positive changes at home
Don’t let your emotions get in 6th and 7th that allow you to use dealing with friends, relatives or find a solution instead of facing a on the 6th and 7th. If you are
the way on the 8th and 9th. your imagination and creative peers. stalemate. Make up your mind on happy with your domestic envi-
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): skills in order to get ahead. Don’t LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Take the 6th and 7th with regard to a ronment, it will encourage you to
Don’t feel the urgency to bring be afraid of change. Look at your care of your responsibilities on relationship that has been incon- look and do your very best. Talks
about change on the 5th just options and make decisions the 5th to avoid facing com- sistent and uncertain. Share your will lead to decisions. Walk away
because someone else is doing based on what’s best for you. plaints. Knowing you have your thoughts and make the changes from temptation and indulgence.
so. Bide your time until you LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You chores out of the way will allow necessary to move forward. Don’t Listen, ask questions and learn on
have sufficient facts and figures. don’t have to follow the crowd you the freedom to pamper your- expect too much from others on the 8th and 9th; you will get the
Remember what’s happened on the 5th in order to fit in. If you self. Start a new fitness regimen the 8th and 9th and you won’t be answers you are searching for.
in the past on the 6th and 7th think someone is out of control on the 6th and 7th or sign up disappointed. Plan your schedule PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): A
before you decide to initiate or something is not feasible, for an activity that will get you carefully to ensure you’ll have change to the way you handle
change. Go over the costs in- speak up and voice your opinion. moving. Health and diet should time to take care of your respon- your cash or the way you take
volved, and consider how much It’s better to be safe than sorry. be priorities. Emotional bribery sibilities and to have some fun. care of legal or health issues on
physical and emotional energy it Someone will play emotional will be difficult to sidestep on the CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. the 5th will make your life easier.
will take to reach your goal. mind games with you on the 8th and 9th. Be prepared to say 19): Put some muscle behind Practice safety and secrecy when
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): 6th and 7th. You must not let no to someone who tends to take the changes you want to see it comes to personal matters.
You’ll have more fun on the 5th if someone take advantage of your advantage of you. happen on the 5th; you will be Don’t let anyone take advantage
you don’t try to make any person- generosity. Offer suggestions, SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): pleased with the results you get. of you on the 6th and 7th. Don’t
al changes. Take time to mull over nothing more. Put more time and Don’t be so hard on yourself on Spending time with someone feel you have to pay for others
what others are doing and to effort into personal matters on the 5th. If someone is giving you you love is encouraged. Take or bend over backward to keep
determine what you want to do the 8th and 9th. a hard time, walk away and do better care of your health on the peace. Focus on yourself, not
next. Express your emotions on VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): something you find enjoyable. the 6th and 7th. Physical fitness, helping someone else. Set your
the 6th and 7th; you will discover Set your sights on your goals The changes you make at home proper diet and eliminating emo- goals on the 8th and 9th, and
you aren’t the only one who feels on the 5th and follow through. on the 6th and 7th will turn tional stress will trigger personal stick to it until you finish what
the way you do. Collaborate with You’ll learn a lot from someone out better than you anticipate. growth and changes that are you start.
A20 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal


‘Schutte’ yeah, Nevada should be No. 1

Nevada Appeal staff report Nevada is going to be the best team Schutte writes of potential top 10
in college basketball next year. There, teams only Gonzaga has a higher per-
Mark it down, the University of I said it. centage of returning possession min-
Nevada men’s basketball team has re- One of the reasons for Schutte writ- utes. Schutte writes Nevada brings
ceived its first No. 1 ranking in school ing Nevada should be the preseason back more offensive firepower than
history. No. 1 is Wolf Pack coach Eric Mus- Kansas, Kentucky and Duke.
Actually, it’s not really an official selman. But along with Musselman, Schutte also noted Nevada’s depth,
ranking of any kind, but Chris Schutte Schutte wrote Nevada should be No. 1 writing the Wolf Pack can go small or
of SBNation has written the Wolf Pack because of its players. big when needed.
should be No. 1 in preseason polls. Schutte wrote Caleb and Cody To read the article visit https://
Schutte writes Nevada is going to Martin, Jordan Caroline, numerous www.midmajormadness. BRAD COMAN/NEVADA APPEAL
be the best team in college basketball transfers and 5-star recruit Jordan com/2018/8/1/17634482/nevada- Carson City residents Lori Echeverria, Deb and Brent
next season, although that’s obviously Brown will make up one of the — if wolf-pack-preseason-number-one-ap- Olson and Vince Echeverria cheer for the Nevada Wolf
no guarantee of winning a national not the most — talented rosters in the coaches-poll-college-basketball-rank- Pack basketball team at Buffalo Wild Wings as they battle
title. country. ings-2018. Loyola-Chicago last season.


takes lead at
Pack returns 16 starters in Norvell’s second season; tickets on sale Nevada Appeal staff and wire report

RENO — Coming into the Barracuda

Nevada Appeal staff report Championship, Aaron Baddeley sat at
135th on the FedEx Cup points list.
RENO — Single-game tickets for the The Australian is well on his way to
2018 Nevada football schedule are on sale. clinching his spot inside the Top 125 on the
Tickets are available online at Neva- standings after taking the lead at Reno’s, in person at the main Montreux Golf and Country Club in Fri-
ticket office on the lower level of Lawlor day’s second round.
Events Center and over the phone at 775- Baddeley sits at 26 points in the Modi-
348-PACK (7225). fied Stableford format tournament.
This year’s home schedule is highlight- “It’s a tough day today,” Baddeley said.
ed by a visit from Pac-12 foe Oregon State “The wind was really gusting and gusting
and the first trip to Mackay Stadium by in different directions. You really had to
Boise State in the past four seasons. The wait until it was your turn to hit, pick a
home schedule features five games at club. Because it could be 15 downwind,
Mackay before the end of October and switch and be 15 straight in to you. It was
four home games against teams Who just crazy.”
went to a bowl game last season: Fresno He finished the first round in second
State, Boise State, San Diego State and place (14 points) behind Ollie Schnied-
Colorado State. erjans, who had 17 points on Thursday.
The Wolf Pack, under second-year Baddeley, who with a win is projected to be
coach Jay Norvell, features 16 returning 74th in FedEx Cup points, had 12 points on
starters, including the top returning pass- Friday behind 7 birdies. He didn’t card a
er in the conference in senior quarterback bogey. The 37-year-old Australian won the
Ty Gangi, Freshman All-American receiv- last of his four PGA Tour titles in 2016.
er McLane Mannix and all-conference “My game’s been pretty good,” Baddeley
defensive stars Malik Reed and Dameon said. “I haven’t capitalized with the putter
Baber. Mannix, Reed and Baber were all and just been working really hard on that.
named to the preseason All-Mountain Been hitting the ball pretty solid this week.
West team as Nevada was second in the I’m hitting the ball well and making a few
conference for having the most players on extra putts, which has been nice.”
the team. AP Schniederjans is in second after an
The Wolf Pack bolstered its efforts on Nevada’s Kelton Moore rushes against Hawaii last season. 8-point day — after losing three-points for
both sides of the ball with one of the top a triple bogey on the seventh hole.
recruiting classes in the Mountain West The Pack closes out non-conference play Broncos won the Mountain West champi- “It’s frustrating,” Schniederjans said.
this year. Sept. 22 at Toledo, and then opens Moun- onship in 2017. “But everyone else who is out there this
The Wolf Pack opens the season Aug. 31 tain West play at Air Force on Sept. 29. Nevada then travels to face Hawaii at afternoon is dealing with it. Cost me big
against Portland State at Mackay Stadi- October features three showdown home Aloha Stadium on Oct. 20. The Wolf Pack time on 7. I hit it and it went straight down
um. It will mark the first meeting between games against familiar conference rivals beat the Warriors last year in Reno and to the left.”
the schools since 1976. Nevada owns a 6-2 and a trip to the islands. First up is a visit have won six of the last seven meetings Andrew Putnam put together the best
all-time record in the series, which dates to Mackay Stadium from Fresno State on between the schools. round of the day. He jumped up to third,
back to 1960. Oct. 6. Nevada has won two of the last The Pack’s ninth game in nine weeks gaining 40 spots. Putnam scored 17 points,
After a trip to Nashville to take on three against the Bulldogs but fell last comes Oct. 27 when Nevada hosts San 11 on his last seven holes with an eagle on
Vanderbilt, Nevada and Oregon State face year in Fresno. Diego State at Mackay Stadium before a the par-5 13th and four birdies. He hit a
off in week three as the Beavers come to On Oct. 13, Boise State returns to bye week. 213-yard approach to a yard to set up the
Mackay Stadium on Sept. 15 for the fourth Mackay. Nevada holds an 11-10 edge in
meeting between the schools. the rivalry in games played in Reno. The PACK, A22 BARRACUDA, A22
Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A21

Pack football’s Portlandia No beating

episode an important one around this
(Kyle) Busch

t first glance, the Nevada
Wolf Pack football team’s Roger
season-opening game on Diez
Aug. 31 at Mackay Stadium

against Portland State appears to be
nothing more than a glorified scrim- ith Kyle Busch’s win last Sunday at
mage. A satisfying tailgate meal on Pocono, the “big three” are now the
a warm summer night followed by a “big two and a half.” Busch and Kevin
rousing touchdown-filled victory. The Harvick now have six wins apiece to
perfect Wolf Pack football evening. Martin Truex Jr.’s measly four. Between all three,
Portland State, a Division I-AA team, they’ve won 76 percent of the Monster Energy NA-
went 0-11 a year ago. The Vikings have SCAR Cup points races this season, and the odds of
lost 13 games in a row and 19 of 22. more than half the playoff field qualifying on wins
Meaningless game for the Pack? Far just get slimmer and slimmer. The best news out of
from it. The game just might be the Pocono was a lot of young drivers got top 10 finishes:
most important for the Wolf Pack this Daniel Suarez, Alex Bowman, Erik Jones, William
season. A loss, coming off of last year’s Byron, and Chase Elliot all scored good results. The
disappointing 3-9 record that included fact three of them were driving Hendrick Chevrolets
a disturbing 30-28 loss to I-AA Idaho is even better news. Maybe the new Camaro body is
State in Reno, could devastate Jay finally coming right.
Norvell’s second season as Pack head •••
coach. It would destroy attendance at Thirteen drivers had to start at the back due to
Mackay Stadium for the rest of the sea- failing post-qualifying inspection. It was NASCAR’s
son. It simply can’t happen. second try at the procedure after being criticized
••• for too many cars not being able to qualify. The
A victory over Portland State first time only three cars had inspection issues, so
wouldn’t guarantee the Wolf Pack a it seems the teams pushed the tolerances a bit too
spot in the national championship far at Pocono. Let’s see how things shake out this
game against Alabama. It wouldn’t weekend at Watkins Glen, the second road course
earn the Pack even a single Top 25 race of the season. Like Daytona and Talladega,
vote. And hardly anyone outside of road courses are where unexpected winners pop up.
Northern Nevada will even take notice A.J. Allmendinger comes to mind, with a win at the
of what happens on Aug. 31 at Mackay Glen in 2014 and a strong performance at Sonoma
Stadium. But it will do some important earlier this season until a missed shift blew the en-
things for Norvell and his program. It gine. Other active drivers who have won at the Glen
would show improvement over a year are Truex Jr. (2017), Denny Hamlin (2016), Joey
ago and finally wipe away some of the Logano (2015), Kyle Busch (2013, 2008), and Har-
stench of last year’s loss to Idaho State. vick (2006). Drivers who have won at Sonoma but
It would give Norvell his first winning AP haven’t conquered the Glen are Kurt Busch, Clint
record as Pack head coach. And it will Nevada’s Brendan O’Leary-Orange (17) makes the catch in front of Air Force’s Bowyer, and Kasey Kahne. I wonder if Chevy’s new-
give the Pack confidence heading into Marquis Griffin last season. While many may not think so, Nevada’s opener found speed at Pocono, which is basically a high-
tougher non-league games against against Portland State is an important one. speed “roval” will translate to the fast Watkins Glen
Vanderbilt, Oregon State and Toledo in road course this weekend.
September. So, yes, games against 0-11 excited. Garoppolo has won all seven Barracuda Championship, which was •••
Division I-AA teams do have value. of his NFL starts while throwing for formerly called the Reno-Tahoe Open And speaking of high speeds at Pocono, I’ve never
••• 2,250 yards and 12 touchdowns in his and The Legends at Sparks Marina, is been more happy to see a window net come down
The left side of the Cleveland career. He took a 1-10 49ers team last now in its 20th year. The event has sur- than I was after Bubba Wallace’s 150-plus mph crash
Browns’ offensive line might have year and won five games in a row. By vived two decades despite always play- into the wall there after his brakes failed at the end
a Wolf Pack flavor this season. Joel comparison, Joe Montana went 2-6 in ing opposite another more prestigious of the Long Pond Straight. If it hadn’t been for the
Bitonio, now in his fifth year with the his first eight career starts and Steve PGA event. It has survived without fea- SAFER barrier and recent safety improvements to
Browns, is moving from left guard to Young was 3-16. Expect the 49ers to be turing any of the top names in golf. It the cars, the outcome could have been much worse.
left tackle and rookie Austin Corbett is in the playoff hunt this year thanks to has survived in recent years despite its •••
being groomed at left guard. Both were Garoppolo. goofy Modified Stableford Scoring sys- Alexander Rossi’s win from the pole at Mid-Ohio
drafted out of Nevada in the second ••• tem. It has survived because it features last Sunday got him closer to points leader Scott
round in 2014 (Bitonio) and last spring Garoppolo, though, has some win- great golf and is always one of the most Dixon, 448 points to Dixon’s 494. Rookie Robert
(Corbett). And now both are being told ning to do to match the career start interesting and fun weekends on the Wickens, mired behind lapped cars, lost his second
to learn new positions. Bitonio has of another former 49er quarterback. Northern Nevada sporting calendar. potential win of the season to Rossi. Wickens fin-
been one of the top guards in the NFL Colin Kaepernick was 17-6 as a starter ••• ished second ahead of Penske drivers Will Power and
the last four years while Corbett played to begin his career and came within a What, exactly, are the San Francisco Josef Newgarden, again demonstrating he’s a future
tackle at Nevada. The changes this touchdown pass of winning a Su- Giants doing? The Giants are stuck in star in the sport. With just four races remaining in
summer are due to the retirement of per Bowl. Kaepernick, who also won baseball limbo, neither rebuilding or the season, Rossi could easily take the championship
long-time Browns tackle Joe Thom- four of his first six playoff starts, was trying to win championships. The ros- lead from Dixon. Also in the hunt are Newgarden
as, who told last month he seemingly changing how the position ter is made up of aging stars that can’t with 434, Power at 307, Ryan Hunter-Reay with
didn’t think Corbett had the athletic of quarterback was being played. All stay healthy and young players that 399, and even Wickens at 380.
ability to play tackle in the NFL. The Garoppolo has done so far is win some can’t seemingly stay in the big leagues. •••
Browns seem to be taking his advice. meaningless games at the end of a bad It’s time to break it down and start Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton further extended his
••• season. The league adjusted to Kaeper- over. Do the honorable thing and allow championship lead over Ferrari driver Sebastian
Is all of the hype and excitement sur- nick (he was 11-24 as a starter his final Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner Vettel in Hungary, the last race before the four-week
rounding Jimmy Garoppolo justified? three years) and now the former Pack to spend the last productive years of summer hiatus. Hamilton won from the pole, while
The 49ers think so. They made Garop- quarterback is out of the league. It’s not their careers with organizations that teammate Valtteri Bottas got a bit banged up trying
polo one of the highest-paid players in how you start in the NFL that counts. have a chance to win. Rid the organi- to hold the Ferraris at bay. Vettel and teammate
the NFL last February by giving him a ••• zation of injury-prone dead weights Kimi Raikkonen took second and third, respec-
five-year, $137.5 million contract. Hey, Congratulations to the Montreux such as Jeff Samardzija, Hunter Pence, tively, while Bottas rallied for fourth. Hamilton
if Nick Foles can win a Super Bowl, Golf and Country Club for making Joe Panik, Andrew McCutchen, Pablo now leads Vettel by 24 points, and Mercedes has a
why not Jimmy G? Why not, indeed. sure Northern Nevada has had a PGA Sandoval, Mark Melancon and Evan 10-point advantage over Ferrari in the constructors’
It’s OK to believe in the hype and get event for two decades in a row. The Longoria. Giants fans deserve better. championship.
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From page A20

“Shot, I think, 30,” Putnam
said. “That eagle was big.”
Putnam has company in
third, tied with Sam Saunders
and John Merrick.
Saunders, Arnold Palmer’s
grandson, had a 13-point
day with seven birdies and a
“It was a good solid day out
there,” Saunders said. “Drove AP
the ball really well and made Aaron Baddeley watches
a few more putts today than his tee shot last week
I did yesterday. Still left a few during the Canadian
out there. But it’s a fun for- Open. Baddeley leads the
mat and enjoy giving myself Barracuda Championship
as many birdie chances as in Reno after the second
possible.” round.
Baddeley is getting it done
with the putter; he is first in $612,000.
the field in strokes gained Television coverage is set
putting. for 3-6 p.m. today and Sun-
Hudson Swafford and day on the Golf Channel.
Shane Lowry had 22 points. The tournament uses the
Swafford picked up 10 points modified Stableford scoring
in the second round, and format, with 8 points for an
Lowry added 12. albatross, 5 points for an
Swafford holed out from eagle, 2 points for a birdie
123 yards for eagle on the and zero points for a par.
par-4 14th. One point is subtracted for
“I hit a great little wedge a bogey, and 3 points are
shot, landed short of the pin, subtracted for a double bogey
shot past and spun,” Swafford or worse.
said. “I told it to disappear For information or to pur-
AP and it disappeared. Five chase tickets, visit www.Bar-
Silicon Valley Skrewts’ Logan Anbinder, center, drives to the goal between the University of Ottawa’s Matthew Bunn, points is definitely nice in this
right, and Ahmed Al-Slaq during a scrimmage at the Quidditch World Cup in Kissimmee, Fla., on April 12, 2013. format.” Public parking is at Galena
The winner will earn a High School.
It’s not on the ‘Ocho:’ Dodgeball among unorthodox sports spot in the PGA Champion-
ship next week at Bellerive,
Shuttles will run from 6:30
a.m. to 8 p.m. today and 6:30
if not already eligible, and a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
By Terrin Waack game Quidditch, however, has found a World Cup every year, where the
AP Sports Writer its way off the page and screen. 60-plus-tournament tour comes to
The International Quidditch As- an end. This year’s is Dec. 28-30 in 2018 NEVADA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
NEW YORK — Dodgeball is not sociation World Cup is a biannual Pakistan. X Aug. 31 vs. Portland State, 6 p.m
just a Ben Stiller movie or anxiety-in- tournament where 29 teams compete X Sept. 8 at Vanderbilt, 9 a.m.
ducing gym class activity. It’s a pro- to become the world champion. The AMERICAN CORNHOLE X Sept. 15 vs. Oregon State, 4 p.m.
fessional sport. U.S. National Team won the 2018 ORGANIZATION X Sept. 22 at Toledo, TBA
That’s no Vince Vaughn joke. title in Florence, Italy, on July 1. Also known as bags, baggo or bean X Sept. 29 at Air Force, TBA*
The World Dodgeball Associa- bag toss — maybe even corn toss or X Oct. 6 vs. Fresno State, TBA*
tion , founded in 2013, is holding its WORLD ADULT KICKBALL soft horseshoes — the goal of this X Oct. 13 vs. Boise State, 7:30 p.m.*
second World Cup — this weekend ASSOCIATION game is to toss bean bags through X Oct. 20 at Hawaii, 9 p.m.*
in New York. Thirteen countries, in- Better known as WAKA Kickball, a fist-size (6-in diameter) hole. The X Oct. 27 vs. San Diego State, TBA*
cluding the U.S., will be represented this 21-and-over league is making the American Cornhole Organization X Nov. 10 vs. Colorado State, TBA*
at Madison Square Garden today for playground adult-friendly. The field awards three points for a bag that X Nov. 17 at San Jose State, TBA*
the biennial tournament. is set up just like one in elementary goes through the hole and one point X Nov. 24 at UNLV, 6:30 p.m.*
And no, it won’t be on the “Ocho,” school — four bases and a pitcher’s for a bag that lands on the board. * Mountain West Conference game
the fictional ESPN channel featured mound, usually those floppy rubber ACO plays with cancellation scoring,
in “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Sto- ones. which means only one player or team PACK Wolf Pack supporters out
ry,” the 2004 movie. Instead, ESPN2 There’s an annual Founders Cup can score in a frame. The first player From page A20 to Mackay Stadium on
will broadcast a program on the com- World Kickball Championship in Las or team to reach 21 points wins. Saturday, Aug. 11 for Wolf
petition Aug. 8 at 5 p.m. Vegas. This year’s will be on Oct. 6. The World Championship of Corn- After the break, Nevada Pack Fan Fest.
At the first cup, in 2016, host En- hole was in Montgomery, Alabama, hits the home stretch of the The event starts at 10
gland won men’s and mixed doubles GOLDEN STICK WIFFLE LEAGUE on July 24-28. regular season with a home a.m. and runs until 2 p.m.
championship, and Australia took The Golden Stick Wiffle League game against Colorado and is free and open to the
the women’s title, in Manchester. describes itself as “a backyard game WORLD CHASE TAG State on Nov. 10, the final public. Fans will be able to
Don’t look for players to cower taken way too far.” Pro wiffle ball uses This is not the game of tag kids home game of the season. watch part of the Wolf Pack
behind friends as opponents hurl a perforated plastic ball so it can’t play at recess. Not only are there The Pack and Rams dueled football team’s practice
red rubber balls at each other — a be thrown or hit too far — and can obstacles to run around, the World last year in Fort Collins and get autographs from
common occurrence in middle school be known to have crazy curves and Chase Tag has teams, sets and and Nevada dropped a not just the football team,
gyms for years before the sport was breaks. matches. heart-breaker, 44-42. but from Nevada’s soccer,
eliminated from many curriculums There are two leagues, medium The 2018 WCT 3 is Sept. 9 in Two road games wrap up volleyball and cheer teams
due to complaints that the game pro- and fast pitch. Both have a national London. the year as Nevada travels as well.
moted bullying and violence. championship called the OPEN. This to San Jose State on Nov. 17 The athletics depart-
Dodgeball has an official rulebook year’s location and schedule have not US PROMINIGOLF ASSOCIATION to face the Spartans before ment, which is now affiliat-
and serious athletes. yet been released, but last year’s was The U.S. ProMiniGolf Association the Battle for the Fre- ed with adidas for all of its
In fact, there are many games that late August in Staten Island. sticks to the basic rules. There’s a golf mont Cannon in Las Vegas apparel and footwear worn
were popularized in parks, school- ball and a putter. The miniature golf against UNLV on Nov. 24. by the Pack teams, will also
yards and even novels that have INTERNATIONAL TABLE course must have 18 holes and be Nevada won both games be holding a yard sale of
evolved into pro sports leagues with SOCCER FEDERATION approved by the WMF. last season, 59-14 over the its remaining inventory of
tournaments for the devoted. Let’s call the International Table Much like the PGA, the USPM- Spartans and 23-16 over Nike team gear and shoes.
Soccer Federation what it really is: a GA has a tournament schedule. The the Rebels to deny UNLV Cash and check only for the
INTERNATIONAL QUIDDITCH foosball league. 2018 Master’s will be Oct. 10-13 at a bowl berth and keep the sale — no credit or debit
ASSOCIATION People can play alone or on teams; Hawaiian Rumble in North Myrtle cannon in Reno. cards.
Dementors, sorting hats and floo the ITSF offers both options. Beach, South Carolina. The 2019 Tahoe Creamery will be
powder might forever be part of The ITSF has five World Cham- U.S. Open is set for May 23-25 at Mr. FAN FEST on hand offering samples
the Harry Potter fictional universe. pionships Series events on the five Putty’s Fun Park in Tega Cay, South The Nevada athletics of their new Wolf Pack
A version of the flying broomstick different official tables. It also has Carolina. department is inviting all Blueberry Ice Cream.
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ising second-year player Ahkello Wither-
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Pierre Garcon and speedster Marquise injury during team drills Thursday and Mon-Fri
Goodwin, who has also looked good during was scheduled for further testing, the team
recent practices. said. ... LB Brock Coyle (hip) is expected Aug 6-10
Shanahan is hoping the offense can to work back into practice next week, as
continue to progress after ranking third in will offensive lineman JP Flynn (knee) . LT
yardage (410) and fifth in points per game Joe Staley, WR Pierre Garcon, CB Richard
(28.8) during the five-game winning streak Sherman, RB Jerick McKinnon, DT Earl
with Garoppolo as a starter to end 2017. Mitchell, DT DeForest Buckner and LB
While Goodwin, a former Olympic long Malcolm Smith were given Thursday off.
A24 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal

T.O. ready for unconventional induction

By Steve Megaree Chattanooga remains a place where
AP Sports Writer Owens is loved for what he accomplished
well before becoming an NFL star. Owens
Leave it to Terrell Owens to choose to had 2,320 career yards receiving in college
become the first person to celebrate being and also played basketball on two NCAA
inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Tournament teams before the San Francis-
somewhere other than at the Canton, Ohio co 49ers selected him in the third round of
shrine. the 1996 draft.
The receiver who provided so many In the NFL, Owens strung together numer-
exhilarating and exasperating moments ous antics — posing on the Dallas Cowboys’
during one of the NFL’s most prolific ca- star logo at midfield, engaging in sideline ti-
reers is about 600 miles away from Canton rades — with five teams over 15 seasons. But
this weekend. Hours before the other his college coaches marveled at his work ethic
inductees are honored, Owens will give his and considered him fun to coach.
own acceptance speech at Chattanooga, “First guy (on the field), last guy off,”
where he played college football and bas- former Chattanooga football coach Buddy
ketball and ran track. Green said. “He worked hard, man. He
Owens announced on Twitter in June tried to get better every practice. You’d
that, while “incredibly appreciative,” he put him on a special team, and he was the
wouldn’t attend the induction ceremony. first guy down the field. He just loved to
Owens never shared his reasons for staying play the game. He was great to coach. He
away. Less than a month later, Owens again worked as hard as anybody on the field,
used social media to say he’d hold his own even harder probably.”
induction ceremony in Chattanooga. Mack McCarthy coached Chattanooga
“Getcha popcorn ready!” wrote the man basketball during Owens’ years on campus
who once celebrated a touchdown with and remembers a guy who could come off AP
popcorn. the bench and defend at any position. Terrell Owens will be giving his Hall of Fame induction speech at the University of
Owens said Friday in Chattanooga “He could not have been a better team- Tennessee at Chattanooga today, where he played college football, rather than appear-
there’s a “flaw in that system” about how mate,” McCarthy said. “He couldn’t have ing at the ceremony in Canton with his fellow honorees.
Hall of Famers are selected and he wanted been better to coach.”
to “make a stand” for future candidates. Owens has a busy weekend planned for attended Owens’ induction into the Ala- been called a mistake by Dallas Cowboys
Owens, who wasn’t selected to the Hall of his return to campus. bama Sports Hall of Fame and heard some owner Jerry Jones, Owens’ former boss
Fame until his third year of eligibility, not- He spoke to Chattanooga’s current of the receiver’s stories from his college who was inducted into the Hall of Famer
ed how grateful he was to accept this honor student-athletes Friday morning and also days for over an hour. last year. Several former players and Hall of
“right here where it all began.” took 35 area youths on a shopping spree . “From there, his team started saying Famers also have criticized Owens.
He’s been quite chatty on social media in Athletic director Mark Wharton said the fairly immediately that he wanted to do The Pro Football Hall of Fame still will
the weeks leading up to his induction. Ow- school will have a private dinner for him something in Chattanooga round the Hall honor Owens as part of the weekend fes-
ens tweeted that he “wouldn’t have a PRO Friday night and estimates about 2,000 of Fame,” Wharton said. “I assumed — we tivities. Owens, who ranks second in NFL
career if it wasn’t for Chattanooga (hash) people will gather at McKenzie Arena all assumed (since) nobody’s not gone to history in career yards receiving (15,934)
THISISFORYOU.” When asked why he’s for Owens’ induction speech Saturday Canton — we assumed and started plan- and third in touchdown catches (153) , will
bypassing the Canton ceremony, Owens afternoon. ning for the weekend before. Then in May be part of the 2018 class exhibit with his
tweeted that “I don’t need to be on their Plans to celebrate Owens’ Hall of Fame or so, Terrell notified all of us his desires to picture on a light standard at Tom Benson
stage to do it. I’ll be fine & im sure they will career in Chattanooga had been in the have it here.” Hall of Fame Stadium and his own glass
be too.” works since March. That’s when Wharton Owens’ decision to avoid Canton has locker.

Even if T.O. went bowling, it would be better than this

By Tim Dahlberg problems, and he’s never been his 47 fellow Hall of Fame voters.
AP Sports Columnist one to forget a slight, perceived or “A lot of people have waited a lot

otherwise. longer than three years.”
errell Owens should That’s why he’s still engaged in Owens may not be there to get
have had a better ex- a mostly one-way feud with Don- his jacket, but he’ll still be a Hall
cuse for blowing off his ovan McNabb, 13 years after the of Famer. There will be a T.O.
induction into the Pro Philadelphia Eagles lost the 2005 bust, and provisions have been
Football Hall of Fame. Super Bowl to New England and made to send him a jacket.
You know, like maybe he was Owens famously said he “wasn’t But he won’t be inducted in-
going bowling. the guy who got tired” in the dividually like the others in his
That, at least, might have been game. class in what should be one of the
understood in the tiny universe It’s also why he’s spending the greatest moments of his life.
of T.O., the one the former wide day he should be getting his gold His call, yes. But if Owens is
receiver lives in and no one else jacket at a ceremony of his own trying to make a point, it’s likely
seems to penetrate. Owens was at the University of Tennessee at to get lost in the fuss being made AP
so into bowling after his football Chattanooga, where he went to over those actually in Canton for Terrell Owens is skipping his induction ceremony into the Pro Football
career was over that he tried to go college. their inductions. Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio today.
pro, only to be undone by slippery Hard to say exactly, but it seems Then again, this is a player who
lane conditions. T.O. is not happy with the way held a bizarre press conference maybe Owens didn’t want to Canton. He should be in Canton.
Owens was a lot more success- the media covered him over his while working out in his driveway share the stage with him. Unlike “I don’t understand what he’s
ful in football, where his numbers 15-year career. He believes he got after being suspended for arguing Owens, Moss got in in his first trying to accomplish here, but
were so good he arguably — and a bad rap as a bad teammate, and with Eagles coach Andy Reid pri- year of eligibility. he’s a tough guy to understand,”
Owens argues this most — should didn’t get the credit for the things or to the 2005 season. A look at the numbers makes Domowitch said. I think he’s
have been inducted in Canton in he did on the field for his teams. Shirtless and doing sit-ups, the case for Owens, who had a going to regret it later on because
his first year of eligibility. And he’s really not happy with Owens mostly answered “no com- great career playing in San Fran- a lot of the Hall of Famers are go-
It wasn’t until his third year being skipped over two years before ment” before exasperated writers cisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffa- ing to hold it against him. Part of
that Owens was voted in, part of a finally being voted into the hall. asked him if he was trying to set a lo and Cincinnati. Moss is second the joy of being one of those guys
class that includes, among others, Just T.O. being T.O., a familiar record for offering no comment. only to Jerry Rice in receiving is not just getting inducted but all
Jerry Kramer, Ray Lewis and fel- scene to anyone who followed his “No comment,” he said. yards, and third in touchdown the things you go to together in
low wide receiver Randy Moss. career. Now Owens can claim a Wide receivers tend to be a catches behind Rice and Moss. the future. When the other Hall
They’ll all be there, slipping on first that may hold a long time strange breed, even if Owens took He was a six-time Pro Bowl pick, of Famers get together, he won’t
the gold jackets for the first time — the only living player of the it to a new level. and his touchdown celebrations really be welcomed.”
that signify they’re the best of the 318 elected to the Hall of Fame Moss, after all, once famous- live on in NFL lore. No he won’t, though to Owens
best. who refused to attend his own ly walked off the field with 2 Yes, he once questioned the sex- it doesn’t seem to matter.
Owens probably will get his in induction. seconds left in a game and his uality of one of his quarterbacks. It’s just T.O. being T.O.
the mail. “It wasn’t like he had to wait Minnesota Vikings lined up for Yes, he threw quarterbacks and
That’s entirely on T.O., and it’s that long,” said Paul Domowitch an onside kick attempt. coaches under the bus whenever Tim Dahlberg is a national sports
not entirely surprising. His great of the Philadelphia Daily News, Moss will be in Canton on it suited his fancy. columnist for The Associated
numbers always came with great who championed Owens cause to Saturday for his induction, and But he deserves to be in Press.
Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A25

Capsule look at Hall of Fame inductees

By The Associated Press England Patriots, 2010 Tennessee Titans,
2012 San Francisco 49ers. ... 14 seasons,
General manager/personnel First-round pick (21st overall) by Vikings
administrator in the 1998 NFL Draft. ... Made instant
1966-67 Kansas City Chiefs, 1968-1971 impact with 69 catches for 1,313 yards and
Atlanta Falcons, 1972-77 Miami Dolphins, a league-leading 17 touchdowns in rook-
1978-1988 Washington Redskins, 1990-99 ie season. ... Named AP Offensive Rookie
San Diego Chargers. of the Year. ... Eclipsed 100-catch mark in
Contributor nominee. ... Noted for his back-to-back seasons, 2002-03. ... Record-
adept eye for talent through a career that ed career-best 111 catches for 1,632 yards
spanned more than three decades. ... for Vikings in 2003. ... Set NFL record
Served as scout for Chiefs and Falcons be- with 23 touchdown receptions in his first
fore being named director of player person- season with Patriots, 2007. ... Started in
nel for Dolphins in 1972. ... Integral part of four conference championship games
Miami’s two Super Bowl teams. ... Became and two Super Bowls. ... Registered 10 or
Redskins General Manager in 1978. ... Mas- more TD catches in a season nine times.
terful management of Washington roster ... Led NFL in TD receptions five times
to build Super Bowl champions. ... Often (1998, 2000, 2003, 2007, and 2009). ...
dealt first-round draft picks to acquire Became second player to eclipsed 1,000
more talent. ... Used team’s first round draft yards receiving 10 times. ... Career num-
pick just three times in 11 seasons. ... The bers include 982 catches for 15,292 yards
Redskins’ Super Bowl XVII roster included and 156 TDs. ... Also scored touchdown on
27 free agents signed by Beathard. ... Under punt return; threw 2 TD passes and scored
his guidance, Redskins made five playoff four two-point conversions. ... Earned All-
appearances in six-season span including Pro honors four times. ... Voted to six Pro
two Super Bowl titles (XVII and XXII). ... Bowls. ... Selected to NFL All-Decade Team
Instantly created winning culture in San of 2000s.
Diego after Chargers named him General
Manager in 1990. ... Within three years, TERRELL OWENS
team claimed first division title in more Wide Receiver
than decade and two years later, Chargers 6-3, 224
advanced to franchise’s first Super Bowl 1996-2003 San Francisco 49ers, 2004-05
appearance (XXIX). ... In all, Beathard’s Philadelphia Eagles, 2006-08 Dallas Cow-
teams advanced seven Super Bowls and boys, 2009 Buffalo Bills, 2010 Cincinnati
won four. Bengals. ... 16 seasons, 219 games.
Drafted in third round in 1996 by San
ROBERT BRAZILE Francisco. ... Prolific receiver with great
Linebacker hands and ability for big plays. ... Career
6-4, 241 totals: 1,078 catches for 15,934 yards, 14.8
1975-1984 Houston Oilers ... 10 seasons, yards per catch and 153 TDs. ... Yardage
147 games. total ranks second all-time, touchdown
Senior nominee. ... First round draft reception total is third most in NFL histo-
pick, sixth overall, by the Oilers in 1975 AP ry. ... Set then-record for catches in single
NFL draft ... Held team record with 147 Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher chases a play against the San Francisco game with 20 against Bears, Dec. 17, 2000.
straight games played ... Also started seven 49ers during the second half of a Nov. 19, 2012 game in San Francisco. Urlacher will be ... Had 60 or more catches in all but three
playoff games ... Made instant impact on inducted into the Hall of Fame today. seasons. ... Had nine 1,000-yard seasons
defense as a rookie and helped Houston over 11-year span. ... Eight seasons with
to 10-4 record for first winning season in 15 straight seasons. ... Led Eagles in inter- RAY LEWIS double-digit TD receptions. ... Led NFL in
eight years ... Earned Defensive Rookie of ceptions back-to-back seasons (1997-98). Linebacker TD catches three times (16 in 2001, 13 in
the Year Honors ... Team leader that helped ... Made 37 career interceptions, returned 1996-2012 Baltimore. ... 17 seasons, 228 2002, and 13 in 2006). ... Set career high
transform franchise highlighted by three for 513 yards and two touchdowns. ... Had games. with 1,451 yards in 2000, and 100 catches,
straight playoff appearances, 1978-1980 ... multiple interceptions in a season 11 times. First round pick (26th overall) by Ra- 2002. ... Voted All-Pro five times (2000-
Helped Oilers to three consecutive 10-win ... Averaged nearly 100 tackles per season vens in 1996 NFL Draft ... Hard-hitting 02, 2004, 2007). ... Selected to six Pro
seasons (10-6 in 1978, 11-5 in 1979, 11-5 in throughout career. ... Made 26 career sacks, linebacker and team leader on punishing Bowls. ... Voted to NFL’s All-Decade Team
1980) ... Registered career-best 185 tackles including three in final season with Bron- defense ... Started at middle linebacker in of 2000s.
(95 solo, 98 assisted) during 1978 season cos to help Denver to division title, 2011. four AFC championship games and two Su-
... Started at outside linebacker in back-to- per Bowls ... Twice named Associated Press BRIAN URLACHER
back AFC Championship Game appear- JERRY KRAMER Defensive Player of the Year (2000, 20003) Linebacker
ances (1978-79) ... Spectacular pass rusher; Guard ... Earned Most Valuable Player honors in 6-4, 258
recorded career-best 6 1/2 sacks in 1976 6-3, 245 Ravens’ 34-7 victory over Giants in Super 2000-2012 Chicago Bears. ... 13 seasons,
and 1980 ... Career statistics include 13 in- 1958-1968 Green Bay Packers ... 11 sea- Bowl XXXV after recording three tackles, 182 games.
terceptions, 14 fumble recoveries ... All-Pro sons, 130 games. two assists and four passes defensed ... Be- First-round pick (ninth overall) by the
five straight seasons, 1976-1980 ... Select- Senior nominee. ... Fourth round pick came just second player in league history to Bears in the 2000 NFL Draft.. ... Named
ed to seven Pro Bowls ... Named to NFL’s (39th overall) by Packers in 1958 NFL earn NFL Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive Rookie of the Year after regis-
All-Decade Team of 1970s. Draft ... Anchored offensive line of Lom- Super Bowl MVP in same season ... Tallied tering a career-high eight sacks and two
bardi-era Packers ... Packers recorded four tackles and three assists in Ravens’ interceptions. ... Named NFL’s Associated
BRIAN DAWKINS winning records in all but his first and last 34-31 win over 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII Press Defensive Player of the Year, 2005 af-
Safety season ... Named All-NFL five times (1960, ... Led Ravens in tackles 14 seasons (1996- ter helping Bears lead NFL in fewest points
5-11, 200 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967) ... Selected to three 2001, 2003-04, 2006-2011) ... Named All- allowed by posting 171 tackles, including 10
1996-2008 Philadelphia Eagles; 2009- Pro Bowls ... Handled team’s placekick- Pro eight times ... Voted to 12 Pro Bowls ... tackles for loss, and six sacks. ... Passionate
2011 Denver Broncos ... 16 seasons, 224 ing duties in 1962-63 and briefly in final Selected to NFL All-Decade Team of 2000s team leader who helped Bears to win four
games. season ... Totaled 177 career points on 90 ... First player in NFL history with 40 sacks division titles (2001, 2005-06, 2010). ...
First year eligible. ... Chosen in second extra points and 29 field goals converted and 30 interceptions in a career ... Record- Made four tackles and recorded two passes
round (61st overall) by Philadelphia in ... Kicked record-tying three field goals ed 41 1/2 career sacks ... Had 31 intercep- defensed in Bears’ 39-14 win in 2006 NFC
1996 draft. ... Voted Eagles’ Defensive MVP and one PAT in 1962 NFL Championship tions that were returned for 503 yards Championship Game to earn berth in Su-
five times. ... Helped Eagles to eight playoff Game win against New York Giants ... and 3 TDs ... Recovered a team record 20 per Bowl XLI. ... Registered outstanding
appearances. ... Started in four NFC cham- Named to NFL’s 50th Anniversary Team, fumbles ... Amassed franchise record 2,643 performance in 2010 NFC Championship
pionship games, one Super Bowl. ... First- NFL All-Decade Team of 1960s and Super career tackles. ... Tallied 50 career take- Game with nine tackles, one assist along
team All-Pro five seasons (2001, 2002, Bowl Silver Anniversary Team ... Integral aways (31 interceptions plus 19 opponents’ with a sack and interception returned for
2004, 2006 and 2009). ... Earned his first leader in Packers’ dominance during 1960s fumbles recovered) that ranks second 39 yards. ... Bears’ all-time leading tack-
of nine Pro Bowls after 1999 season. ... capped by victories in Super Bowls I and II among linebackers since 1970 merger. ler. ... Led Bears in tackles eight times. ...
First player in NFL history to get a sack, in- ... Started at right guard in six NFL cham- Career statistics include 41 1/2 sacks and
terception, fumble recovery and touchdown pionship games, five of which were won by RANDY MOSS 22 interceptions. ... Scored five career TDs
catch in same game (vs. Houston, Sept. 29, Green Bay ... Remembered for key block Wide Receiver (two interception returns, two fumble re-
2002). ... Set Eagles record for most games that made way for Bart Starr’s game-win- 6-4, 210 coveries, and one TD reception). ... All-Pro
played. ... Voted to the NFL’s All-Decade ning touchdown in the famous “Ice Bowl” 1998-2004, 2010 Minnesota Vikings, five times. ... Voted to eight Pro Bowls. ...
Team of the 2000s. ... Intercepted pass in - 1967 NFL Championship Game. 2005-06 Oakland Raiders, 2007-2010 New Named to NFL All-Decade Team of 2000s.
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San Jose at FC Dallas, 5 p.m.
Seattle at Minnesota United, 5 p.m.
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17. Paul Menard, 440
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stage: Group A, New Zealand vs. Netherlands, at Los Angeles 61 49 .555 — Vancouver at New York City FC, 5 p.m. 18. Ryan Newman, 408 Graeme McDowell 4 3 — 7
Today LA Galaxy at Colorado, 6 p.m. 19. Austin Dillon, 402 Grant Booth 0 7 — 7
Vannes, France Arizona 60 50 .545 1
AUTO RACING Sporting Kansas City at Houston, 6 p.m. 20. Daniel Suarez, 400 Nicholas Lindheim 1 6 — 7
10:30 a.m. — FS2 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World Colorado 58 50 .537 2
7 a.m. — NBCSN — NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Chicago at Real Salt Lake, 7 p.m. Failed to make the cut
Cup, Group stage: Group A, France vs. Ghana, at San Francisco 56 54 .509 5
Series, GoBowling at The Glen, practice, at Watkins
Glen, N.Y.
Vannes, France San Diego 43 69 .384 19 Philadelphia at Portland, 8 p.m. NASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP Cameron Percy 0 6 — 6
3 p.m. — FS1 — MLS, Los Angeles FC at N.Y. Red Bulls East W L Pct GB Sunday SCHEDULE Robert Garrigus (-2) 8 — 6
8:30 a.m. — NBCSN — NASCAR, Xfinity Series, Zippo Los Angeles FC at New York, 3 p.m. Ben Crane 2 4 — 6
6 p.m. — FS1 — Liga MX, Primera Division, Tijuana Philadelphia 61 48 .560 —
200, qualifying, at Watkins Glen, N.Y. Feb. 11 — x-Advance Auto Parts Clash (Brad Kesel-
vs. Leon Atlanta 59 47 .557 ½ Andrew Yun 4 2 — 6
10 a.m. — NBCSN — NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup owski)
Series, GoBowling at The Glen, final practice, at
SOFTBALL Washington 55 53 .509 5½ NATIONAL WOMEN’S SOCCER Feb. 15 — x-Can-Am Duel 1 (Ryan Blaney)
Robert Allenby 2 4 — 6
11 a.m. — ESPN — Senior League World Series, Miami 46 65 .414 16 LEAGUE Mackenzie Hughes 1 5 — 6
Watkins Glen, N.Y. Feb. 15 — x-Can-Am Duel 2 (Chase Elliott)
championship game, at Lower Sussex, Del. New York 44 63 .411 16 Cody Gribble 6 0 — 6
Noon — NBC — NASCAR, Xfinity Series, Zippo 200, W L T Pts GF GA Feb. 18 — Daytona 500 (Austin Dillon)
TENNIS Central W L Pct GB Mark Wilson 7 (-1) — 6
at Watkins Glen, N.Y. North Carolina 14 1 4 46 41 14 Feb. 25 — Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 (Kevin Har-
Noon — ESPN2 — World TeamTennis, Finals, Team Chicago 63 46 .578 — John Peterson 2 3 — 5
3:30 p.m. — NBCSN — NASCAR, Monster Energy Seattle 8 4 6 30 20 15 vick)
TBA at Philadelphia Milwaukee 63 49 .563 1½ John Rollins 2 3 — 5
Cup Series, GoBowling at The Glen, qualifying, at Portland 8 5 5 29 29 22 March 4 — Penzoil 400 (Kevin Harvick)
2 p.m. — ESPN2 — WTA Tour & U.S. Open Series, Pittsburgh 57 53 .518 6½ Arjun Atwal 2 3 — 5
Watkins Glen, N.Y. Orlando 8 6 5 29 27 26 March 11 — TicketGuardian 500 (Kevin Harvick)
Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, final, at San Jose, St. Louis 56 54 .509 7½ Eddie Olson (-2) 7 — 5
BASEBALL Chicago 7 4 7 28 26 22 March 18 — Auto Club 400 (Martin Truex Jr.) 5
Calif. Cincinnati 48 61 .440 15 David Lingmerth 2 3 —
5 p.m. — ESPN2 — Senior League World Series, Utah 5 6 7 22 14 18 March 26 — STP 500 (Clint Bowyer) Bill Haas 5 0 — 5
championship game, at Easley, S.C. Houston 5 7 5 20 21 28 April 8 — O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 (Kyle Busch) Frank Adams III 7 (-2) — 5
1 p.m. — NBA — Washington at Dallas Cincinnati at Washington, ppd.
BOXING Washington 2 11 4 10 11 24 April 15 — Food City 500 (Kyle Busch) David Duval 3 1 — 4
4 p.m. — NBA — Phoenix at Los Angeles Chicago Cubs 5, San Diego 4
2:30 p.m. — FS2 — Premier Champions, Marcus Sky Blue FC 0 13 3 3 12 32 April 21 — Toyota Owners 400 (Kyle Busch) Rob Oppenheim (-1) 5 — 4
Browne vs. Lenin Castillo, light heavyweights, at Philadelphia 5, Miami 1 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie. April 29 — GEICO 500 (Joey Logano)
Monday Kyle Thompson 2 2 — 4
Uniondale, N.Y. Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 6 Sunday May 6 — AAA 400 Drive for Autism (Kevin Harvick)
BASEBALL Scottie Scheffler 5 (-1) — 4
4:30 p.m. — FOX — Premier Champions, Devon Atlanta 2, N.Y. Mets 1 Portland at North Carolina, 3 p.m. May 12 — KC Masterpiece 400 (Kevin Harvick)
4 p.m. — ESPN2 — Little League, Southeast Region- Daniel Summerhays 4 0 — 4
Alexander vs. Andre Berto, welterweights; Peter Colorado at Milwaukee, late Sky Blue FC at Orlando, 4:30 p.m. May 19 — x-NASCAR All-Star Open (AJ Allmending-
al, first semifinal, at Warner Robins, Ga. Tommy Gainey 1 2 — 3
Quillin vs. J’Leon Love, super middleweights, at San Francisco at Arizona, late Utah at Houston, 5:30 p.m. er)
6 p.m. — ESPN2 — Little League, Southwest Region- Cameron Tringale (-4) 7 — 3
Uniondale, N.Y. Houston at L.A. Dodgers, late Washington at Seattle, 6 p.m. May 19 — x-NASCAR All-Star Race (Kevin Harvick)
al, first semifinal, at Waco, Texas Corey Conners 0 3 — 3
7 p.m. — HBO — Sergey Kovalev vs. Eleider Alvarez, Today’s Games May 27 — Coca-Cola 600 (Kyle Busch)
CYCLING Steve Wheatcroft 5 (-2) — 3
for Kovalev’s WBO light heavyweight title; Dmi- Cincinnati (TBD) at Washington (TBD), 10:05 a.m., UNITED SOCCER LEAGUE June 3 — Pocono 400 (Martin Truex Jr.)
12:30 p.m. — FS2 — Tour of Utah, Prolouge, at St. Peter Malnati 5 (-2) — 3
try Bivol vs. Isaac Chilemba, for Bivol’s WBA light 1st game June 10 — FireKeepers Casino 400 (Clint Bowyer)
George, Utah WESTERN CONFERENCE J.J. Henry 4 (-1) — 3
heavyweight title, at Atlantic City, N.J. San Diego (Lockett 0-1) at Chicago Cubs (Hendricks June 24 — Toyota/Save Mart 350 (Martin Truex Jr.)
MLB BASEBALL W L T Pts GF GA Geoff Ogilvy 7 (-4) — 3
DRAG RACING 7-9), 11:20 a.m. July 1 — Overton’s 400 (Kyle Larson)
5 p.m. — ESPN — N.Y. Yankees at Chicago White Sox Real Monarchs 14 5 2 44 35 21 Craig Barlow (-1) 4 — 3
7 p.m. — FS1 — NHRA, Northwest Nationals, qualify- Cincinnati (Harvey 5-6) at Washington (Hellickson July 7 — Coke Zero Sugar 400 (Erik Jones)
7 p.m. — MLB — Detroit at L.A. Angels Orange County 11 6 5 38 40 19 Roberto Diaz 1 2 — 3
ing, at Seattle (same-day tape) 4-2), 4:05 p.m., 2nd game July 14 — Quaker State 400 (Martin Truex Jr.)
7:15 p.m. — NBCSBA — Houston at San Francisco Phoenix 11 5 5 38 36 23 Scott Strohmeyer 1 1 — 2
GOLF Miami (Chen 3-8) at Philadelphia (Eflin 7-3), 4:05 July 22 — Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 (Kevin Har-
SOCCER Reno 10 4 7 37 33 24 Richy Werenski 3 (-1) — 2
8 a.m. — NBC — Ricoh Women’s British Open, third p.m. vick)
4:20 a.m. — FS2 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World Sacramento 10 5 7 37 26 21 Fabian Gomez 5 (-3) — 2
round, at Lytham, England St. Louis (TBD) at Pittsburgh (Williams 9-7), 4:05 July 29 — Gander Outdoors 400 (Kyle Busch)
Cup, Group stage: Group D, Nigeria vs. Germany, at Portland II 10 9 3 33 37 34 Charlie Wi 3 (-1) — 2
9 a.m. — GOLF — PGA Tour & WGC, Bridgestone Invi- p.m. Aug. 5 — GoBowling at The Glen, Watkins Glen, N.Y.
Saint-Malo, France Swope Park Rangers 9 7 6 33 30 35 David Hearn 2 (-1) — 1
tational, third round, at Akron, Ohio Atlanta (Gausman 5-8) at N.Y. Mets (Wheeler 5-6), Aug. 12 — Consumers Energy 400, Brooklyn, Mich.
7:20 a.m. — FS2 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World San Antonio 8 5 7 31 23 23 Jason Bohn 2 (-1) — 1
11 a.m. — CBS — PGA Tour & WGC, Bridgestone Invi- 4:10 p.m. Aug. 18 — Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race, Bristol,
Cup, Group stage: Group C, Paraguay vs. Spain, at Fresno 7 7 9 30 33 25 Marc Turnesa (-1) 2 — 1
tational, third round, at Akron, Ohio Colorado (Anderson 6-3) at Milwaukee (Peralta Tenn.
Concarneau, France Colorado Springs 8 12 4 28 25 22 Zecheng Dou (-1) 2 — 1
GOLF — European PGA Tour, Fiji International, third 4-2), 4:10 p.m. Sept. 2 — Bojangles’ Southern 500, Darlington, S.C.
10:20 a.m. — FS2 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World Saint Louis 6 6 8 26 23 25 Mike Weir (-5) 5 — E
round, at Natadola, Fiji (same-day tape) San Francisco (Suarez 4-6) at Arizona (Buchholz Sept. 9 — Big Machine Vodka 400, Indianapolis
Cup, Group stage: Group C, United States vs. Japan, OKC Energy 6 11 5 23 23 33 Richard S. Johnson (-2) 2 — E
1 p.m. — GOLF — Champions Tour, 3M Champion- 4-1), 5:10 p.m. Sept. 16 — South Point 400, Las Vegas
at Concarneau, France Las Vegas 6 9 5 23 30 42 Martin Piller 3 (-3) — E
ship, second round, at Blaine, Minn. Houston (McCullers 10-6) at L.A. Dodgers (Maeda Sept. 22 — Federated Auto Parts 400, Richmond,
2:30 p.m. — FS2 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World LA Galaxy II 5 11 5 20 36 42 Matt Atkins (-1) 1 — E
3 p.m. — GOLF — PGA Tour, Barracuda Champion- 7-6), 6:10 p.m. Va.
Cup, Group stage: Group D, Haiti vs. China, at Rio Grande Valley 3 6 11 20 18 21 Norman Xiong 8 (-8) — E
ship, third round, at Reno, Nev. Sunday’s Games Sept. 30 — Bank of America 500, Concord, N.C.
Saint-Malo, France (same-day tape) Seattle II 4 13 2 14 20 37 Jonathan Randolph 0 (-1) — -1
HORSE RACING Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 10:10 a.m. Oct. 7 — TBA, Dover, Del.
WNBA BASKETBALL Tulsa 1 9 10 13 19 42 George McNeill (-1) (-1) — -2
10:30 a.m. — FS2 — Saratoga Live, Longines Test Cincinnati at Washington, 10:35 a.m. Oct. 14 — 500, Talladega, Ala.
8 a.m. — NBA — Seattle at New York EASTERN CONFERENCE David Berganio, Jr. (-2) 0 — -2
Stakes, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Miami at Philadelphia, 10:35 a.m. Oct. 21 — Hollywood Casino 400, Kansas City, Kan.
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 10:35 a.m. W L T Pts GF GA Brian Stuard -2 (-1) — -3
2 p.m. — NBCSN — Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series, Tuesday Oct. 28 — First Data 500, Martinsville, Va.
Colorado at Milwaukee, 11:10 a.m. Cincinnati 13 3 5 44 41 22 Jason Owen (-5) 2 — -3
Whitney Stakes, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. BASKETBALL Nov. 4 — AAA Texas 500, Fort Worth
San Diego at Chicago Cubs, 11:20 a.m. Charleston 10 3 8 38 31 19 Kevin Streelman (-7) 3 — -4
MLB BASEBALL 3:30 p.m. — FS1 — Jr. NBA World Championship: Nov. 11 — Can-Am 500, Avondale, Ariz.
Houston at L.A. Dodgers, 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh 10 3 7 37 25 10 Adam Schenk (-4) 0 — -4
11 a.m. — MLB — San Diego at Chicago Cubs Pool play, at Kissimmee, Fla. Nov. 18 — Ford Ecoboost 400, Homestead, Fla.
San Francisco at Arizona, 1:10 p.m. Louisville 10 4 5 35 32 20 Trey Mullinax 1 (-5) — -4
1 p.m. — FS1 — N.Y. Yankees at Boston 4:45 p.m. — FS1 — Jr. NBA World Championship: x-non-points race
New York Red Bulls II 9 6 8 35 48 36 Matt Every 6 (-10) — -4
4 p.m. — FS1 — L.A. Angels at Cleveland Pool play, at Kissimmee, Fla. A.J. McInerney 3 (-8) — -5
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Indy 9 7 4 31 25 23
5:10 p.m. — NBCSBA — San Francisco at Arizona 6 p.m. — FS1 — Jr. NBA World Championship: Pool Tim Herron (-10) 4 — -6
Ottawa 9 9 3 30 21 26
6:05 p.m. — NBCSCA — Detroit at Oakland play, at Kissimmee, Fla. (Through Thursday) Daniel Chopra (-3) (-4) — -7
Nashville 8 6 6 30 18 15
7 p.m. — MLB — Houston at L.A. Dodgers (joined in BASEBALL American North Frank Lickliter II (-5) (-4) — -9
Charlotte 7 8 7 28 30 34 BARRACUDA CHAMPIONSHIP
progress) 3 p.m. — ESPN2 — Little League, Southeast Region- W L Pct. GB Brendon Todd (-3) (-6) — -9
Bethlehem Steel 7 9 6 27 35 30
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS al, second semifinal, at Warner Robins, Ga. Oklahoma City (Dodgers) 60 47 .561 — Friday Jay McLuen 1 (-12) — -11
North Carolina 7 8 5 26 30 27
5 p.m. — FX - UFC 227, prelims, at Los Angeles 5 p.m. — ESPN2 — Little League, Southwest Region- Colorado Springs (Brewers) 57 50 .533 3 At Montreux Golf & Country Club Steven Bowditch (-13) (-11) — -24
Tampa Bay 7 9 5 26 31 31
NBA BASKETBALL al, second semifinal, at Waco, Texas Omaha (Royals) 50 59 .459 11 Reno
Penn 6 7 8 26 25 27
8 a.m. — ESPN2 — NBA Africa Game 2018, Team Af- CYCLING Iowa (Cubs) 41 68 .376 20 Purse: $3.4 million
rica vs. Team World, at Pretoria, South Africa.
Richmond 5 12 3 18 20 41 WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS-
12:30 p.m. — FS2 — Tour of Utah, Stage 1, at Cedar American South Atlanta 2 3 11 6 15 21 44 Yardage: 7,472; Par 72
City, Utah W L Pct. GB Toronto II 1 15 3 6 20 46 Second Round
4 p.m. — ESPN & NFL — Pro Football Hall of Fame MLB BASEBALL Memphis (Cardinals) 69 41 .627 — Notes: Tournament uses the modified Stableford PAR SCORES
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
Enshrinement Ceremony, at Canton, Ohio 12:30 p.m. — MLB, NBCSBA — Houston at San Nashville (Athletics) 54 55 .495 14½ scoring format, with 8 points for an albatross, 5 Friday
SOCCER Francisco Round Rock (Rangers) 52 58 .473 17 points for an eagle, 2 points for a birdie and zero At Firestone CC (South)
New York Red Bulls II 2, Penn 1
11 a.m. — ESPN — International Champions Cup, In- 4 p.m. — MLB — Regional coverage, Atlanta at New Orleans (Marlins) 50 59 .459 18½ points for a par. One point is subtracted for a bogey, Akron, Ohio
Ottawa 2, Tampa Bay 0
ternazionale vs. Olympique Lyonnais, at Lecce, Italy Washington OR Minnesota at Cleveland Pacific North and 3 points are subtracted for a double bogey or Purse: $10 million
1 p.m. — ESPN — MLS, Toronto at Atlanta United 7:05 p.m. — NBCSCA — L.A. Dodgers at Oakland W L Pct. GB worse. Yardage: 7,400; Par 70
Bethlehem Steel at Richmond, 4 p.m.
3 p.m. — ESPN2 — International Champions Cup, SOCCER Fresno (Astros) 63 47 .573 — Aaron Baddeley 14 12 — 26 Second Round
Charleston at North Carolina, 4 p.m.
Real Madrid vs. Juventus, at Landover, Md. Noon — ESPNEWS — International Champions Cup, Reno (Diamondbacks) 57 53 .518 6 Ollie Schniederjans 17 8 — 25 Ian Poulter 62-67 — 129 -11
Toronto II at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m.
5 p.m. — ESPNEWS — International Champions Chelsea vs. Olympique Lyonnais, at London Tacoma (Mariners) 53 56 .486 9½ Andrew Putnam 6 17 — 23 Tommy Fleetwood 66-63 — 129 -11
Nashville at Cincinnati, 4:30 p.m.
Cup, AC Milan vs. Barcelona, at Santa Clara, Calif. 5 p.m. — ESPN — International Champions Cup, Sacramento (Giants) 45 65 .409 18 Sam Saunders 10 13 — 23 Justin Thomas 65-64 — 129 -11
OKC Energy at Colorado Springs, 5 p.m.
7 p.m. — FS2 — Liga MX, Primera Division, Monterrey Real Madrid vs. AS Roma, at East Rutherford, N.J. Pacific South John Merrick 11 12 — 23 Kyle Stanley 63-68 — 131 -9
LA Galaxy II at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m.
vs. Queretaro WNBA BASKETBALL W L Pct. GB Hudson Swafford 12 10 — 22 Jason Day 65-66 — 131 -9
Seattle II at Saint Louis, 5:30 p.m.
SOFTBALL 4 p.m. — NBA — Seattle at Indiana El Paso (Padres) 60 49 .550 — Shane Lowry 10 12 — 22 Si Woo Kim 64-68 — 132 -8
Swope Park Rangers at Orange County, 7 p.m.
1 p.m. — ESPNEWS — Junior League World Series, 7 p.m. — NBA — Washington at Phoenix Salt Lake (Angels) 58 52 .527 2½ Matt Jones 10 10 — 20 Rory McIlroy 65-67 — 132 -8
Fresno at Sacramento, 8 p.m.
championship game, at Kirkland, Wash. Las Vegas (Mets) 53 57 .482 7½ Derek Fathauer 6 14 — 20 HaoTong Li 66-67 — 133 -7
Rio Grande Valley at Las Vegas, 8 p.m.
TENNIS Albuquerque (Rockies) 52 58 .473 8½ J.J. Spaun 7 12 — 19 Luke List 65-68 — 133 -7
1 p.m. — ESPN2 — WTA Tour & U.S. Open Series,
Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, first semifinal, at
BASEBALL All games late
Friday’s Games
Indy at Louisville, 2 p.m. Ben Silverman
Hunter Mahan
7 12
8 —

Jon Rahm
Louis Oosthuizen
— 134
— 134
Phoenix at Portland II, 2 p.m.
San Jose, Calif. AMERICAN LEAGUE Today’s Games Ryan Palmer 12 6 — 18 Tony Finau 68-66 — 134 -6
7 p.m. — ESPN2 — WTA Tour & U.S. Open Series, Salt Lake at Omaha, 4:05 p.m. Brandon Harkins 5 13 — 18 Marc Leishman 65-69 — 134 -6
West W L Pct GB
Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, second semifinal,
at San Jose, Calif. Houston
69 41 .627
64 46 .582

Fresno at Memphis, 4:35 p.m.
Sacramento at Nashville, 5:05 p.m. BASKETBALL Joel Dahmen
Seamus Power
8 10
9 —

Tiger Woods
Webb Simpson
— 134
— 134
WNBA BASKETBALL Las Vegas at Iowa, 5:08 p.m. Scott Stallings 9 9 — 18 Tyrrell Hatton 68-67 — 135 -5
Noon — NBA — Indiana at New York Seattle 63 46 .578 5½ WNBA
New Orleans at Albuquerque, 5:35 p.m. D.J. Trahan 8 10 — 18 Patton Kizzire 68-67 — 135 -5
Los Angeles 55 56 .495 14½
Round Rock at El Paso, 6:05 p.m. EASTERN CONFERENCE Retief Goosen 6 11 — 17 Ross Fisher 67-68 — 135 -5
Sunday Texas 47 63 .427 22
Colorado Springs at Tacoma, 7:05 p.m. W L Pct GB Tyrone Van Aswegen 11 6 — 17 Phil Mickelson 66-69 — 135 -5
Oklahoma City at Reno, 7:05 p.m. Atlanta 17 10 .630 — Denny McCarthy 14 3 — 17 Anirban Lahiri 65-70 — 135 -5
11:30 a.m. — FS1 — IMSA, WeatherTech SportsCar Boston 77 34 .694 —
Sunday’s Games Washington 15 11 .577 1½ Martin Laird 9 8 — 17 Rafa Cabrera Bello 68-67 — 135 -5
Championship, Continental Tire Road Race Show- New York 68 40 .630 7½
Las Vegas at Iowa, 11:08 a.m. Connecticut 15 12 .556 2 Sulman Raza 2 14 — 16 Patrick Reed 66-70 — 136 -4
case, at Elkhart Lake, Wis. Tampa Bay 56 54 .509 20½
Fresno at Memphis, 12:05 p.m. Chicago 10 18 .357 7½ Kevin Tway 8 8 — 16 Brooks Koepka 66-70 — 136 -4
Noon — NBC — NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Toronto 49 59 .454 26½
Oklahoma City at Reno, 1:05 p.m. New York 7 19 .269 9½ Alex Cejka 10 6 — 16 Ted Potter, Jr. 70-66 — 136 -4
GoBowling at The Glen, at Watkins Glen, N.Y. Baltimore 33 76 .303 43
Colorado Springs at Tacoma, 1:35 p.m. Indiana 4 23 .148 13 John Oda 7 9 — 16 Matthew Fitzpatrick 66-70 — 136 -4
Salt Lake at Omaha, 3:05 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Tom Lovelady 10 6 — 16 Patrick Cantlay 64-72 — 136 -4
2 p.m — NBCSN — World Badminton Champion- Cleveland 59 49 .546 —
Sacramento at Nashville, 4:15 p.m. W L Pct GB Charlie Beljan 10 5 — 15 Rickie Fowler 63-74 — 137 -3
ships, at Nanjing, China (same-day tape) Minnesota 49 58 .458 9½
New Orleans at Albuquerque, 5:05 p.m. Seattle 20 7 .741 — Jonathan Kaye 8 7 — 15 Kevin Na 65-72 — 137 -3
BASEBALL Detroit 47 62 .431 12½
Round Rock at El Paso, 5:05 p.m. Los Angeles 16 11 .593 4 C.T. Pan 7 8 — 15 Andrew Landry 70-67 — 137 -3
6 p.m. — ESPN2 — Intermediate 5 0/70 World Se- Chicago 39 70 .358 20½
Minnesota 15 11 .577 4½ Ethan Tracy 9 6 — 15 Russell Knox 67-70 — 137 -3
ries, championship game, at Livermore, Calif. Kansas City 34 74 .315 25
Phoenix 16 12 .571 4½ Ricky Barnes (-1) 15 — 14 Matt Kuchar 68-70 — 138 -2
1 p.m. — FOX — NHRA, Northwest Nationals, finals,
Friday’s Games
Boston 4, N.Y. Yankees 1 SOCCER Dallas
Las Vegas
14 13
12 14

Stuart Appleby
Rod Pampling

Pat Perez
Gary Woodland
— 138
— 138
at Seattle Chicago White Sox 3, Tampa Bay 2, 10 innings
MLS Friday Conrad Shindler 5 8 — 13 Daniel Berger 67-71 — 138 -2
FRISBEE L.A. Angels 7, Cleveland 4
Atlanta 89, Chicago 74 Lanto Griffin 8 5 — 13 Aaron Wise 67-71 — 138 -2
4 p.m. — ESPN2 — U.S. Open Ultimate Champion- Baltimore at Texas, late WESTERN CONFERENCE
Kansas City at Minnesota, late Las Vegas at Washington, ppd Brett Stegmaier 5 8 — 13 Thorbjorn Olesen 71-67 — 138 -2
ships, women’s final, at Blaine, Minn. W L T Pts GF GA Minnesota at Seattle, late Michael Thompson 10 3 — 13
GOLF Detroit at Oakland, late FC Dallas 12 3 6 42 35 25
Houston at L.A. Dodgers, late Today Chris Stroud 7 6 — 13
4 a.m. — GOLF — Ricoh Women’s British Open, final Los Angeles FC 10 5 6 36 44 35 Indiana at New York, Noon Tom Hoge 5 8 — 13 RICOH WOMEN’S BRITISH OPEN PAR
round, at Lytham, England Toronto at Seattle, late LA Galaxy 10 7 5 35 43 36 SCORES
Today’s Games Sunday Dylan Meyer 10 2 — 12
8:30 a.m. — NBC — Ricoh Women’s British Open, Portland 9 3 7 34 30 25 Las Vegas at Connecticut, Noon Patrick Rodgers 9 3 — 12 Friday
final round, at Lytham, England N.Y. Yankees (Happ 11-6) at Boston (Eovaldi 4-4), Sporting Kansas City 9 6 6 33 39 30 Washington at Dallas, 1 p.m. Zac Blair 0 12 — 12 At Royal Lytham & St. Annes
9 a.m. — GOLF — PGA Tour & WGC, Bridgestone Invi- 1:05 p.m. Real Salt Lake 9 9 4 31 31 39 Phoenix at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. Brendon de Jonge 7 4 — 11 Lytham St. Annes, England
tational, final round, at Akron, Ohio Chicago White Sox (Rodon 3-3) at Tampa Bay Vancouver 8 9 5 29 34 44 Atlanta at Minnesota, 4 p.m. Jonathan Byrd 1 9 — 10 Purse: $3.25 million
11 a.m. — CBS — PGA Tour & WGC, Bridgestone Invi- (Chirinos 0-3), 3:10 p.m. Minnesota United 9 12 1 28 35 44 Harris English 2 8 — 10 Yardage: 6,585; Par: 72
tational, final round, at Akron, Ohio Kansas City (Smith 1-2) at Minnesota (Berrios 10- Houston 7 8 6 27 39 32 Chad Campbell 6 4 — 10 Second Round
GOLF — European PGA Tour, Fiji International, final
round, at Natadola, Fiji (same-day tape)
8), 4:10 p.m.
L.A. Angels (Pena 1-2) at Cleveland (Kluber 13-6),
7 9 5 26 22 24
4 12 5 17 25 36 AUTO RACING Talor Gooch
Ken Duke
— 10
— 10
Pornanong Phatlum 67-67 — 134 -10
1 p.m. — GOLF — Champions Tour, 3M Champion- 4:10 p.m. San Jose 2 12 7 13 29 40
NASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP Kris Blanks 6 4 — 10 Georgia Hall 67-68 — 135 -9
ship, final round, at Blaine, Minn. Baltimore (Bundy 7-9) at Texas (Minor 7-6), 5:05 EASTERN CONFERENCE
POINTS LEADERS Robert Streb 13 (-3) — 10 Mamiko Higa 66-69 — 135 -9
3 p.m. — GOLF — PGA Tour, Barracuda Champion- p.m. W L T Pts GF GA Brian Davis 5 5 — 10 Minjee Lee 65-70 — 135 -9
ship, final round, at Reno, Nev. Detroit (Zimmermann 4-3) at Oakland (Montas Atlanta United FC 14 4 5 47 48 26 Through July 29 Omar Uresti 8 2 — 10 Teresa Lu 67-69 — 136 -8
HORSE RACING 5-3), 6:05 p.m. New York City FC 13 5 4 43 43 27 1. Kyle Busch, 891 Nick Hardy 6 4 — 10 Sung Hyun Park 67-70 — 137 -7
1 p.m. — FS2 — Saratoga Live, Alydar Stakes, at Houston (McCullers 10-6) at L.A. Dodgers (Maeda New York 13 6 2 41 42 22 2. Kevin Harvick, 843 Jonas Blixt 3 6 — 9 So Yeon Ryu 69-69 — 138 -6
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 7-6), 6:10 p.m. Columbus 10 7 6 36 30 29 3. Martin Truex Jr., 762 Doug Ghim 6 3 — 9 Pernilla Lindberg 71-68 — 139 -5
MLB BASEBALL Toronto (Estrada 4-8) at Seattle (Paxton 9-4), Montreal 9 13 1 28 29 39 4. Joey Logano, 690 Heath Slocum 4 5 — 9 Brooke M. Henderson 69-70 — 139 -5
10 a.m. — TBS — L.A. Angeles at Cleveland 7:10 p.m. New England 7 7 7 28 33 32 5. Clint Bowyer, 677 Dicky Pride 8 1 — 9 Madelene Sagstrom 69-70 — 139 -5
1 p.m. — MLB — Houston at L.A. Dodgers Sunday’s Games Philadelphia 8 10 3 27 29 34 6. Kurt Busch, 677 Martin Flores 4 5 — 9 Florentyna Parker 69-70 — 139 -5
1:05 p.m. — NBCSCA — Detroit at Oakland Chicago White Sox at Tampa Bay, 10:10 a.m. Chicago 6 12 5 23 34 46 7. Brad Keselowski, 644 Andres Romero 4 5 — 9 Mina Harigae 68-71 — 139 -5
1:10 p.m. — NBCSBA — San Francisco at Oakland L.A. Angels at Cleveland, 10:10 a.m. Orlando City 7 14 1 22 32 51 8. Kyle Larson, 626 Cameron Beckman 5 3 — 8 Lydia Ko 68-71 — 139 -5
5 p.m. — ESPN — N.Y. Yankees at Boston Kansas City at Minnesota, 11:10 a.m. Toronto FC 6 11 4 22 35 39 9. Denny Hamlin, 618 Johnson Wagner 6 2 — 8 Brittany Altomare 70-70 — 140 -4
SOCCER Baltimore at Texas, 12:05 p.m. D.C. United 4 9 5 17 29 35 10. Ryan Blaney, 612 William McGirt 6 2 — 8 Hyo Joo Kim 72-69 — 141 -3
4:30 a.m. — FS1 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World Detroit at Oakland, 1:05 p.m. NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie. 11. Aric Almirola, 587 Vaughn Taylor 2 6 — 8 Jessica Korda 71-70 — 141 -3
Cup, Group stage: Group B, Mexico vs. Brazil, at Di- Houston at L.A. Dodgers, 1:10 p.m. Today 12. Chase Elliott, 569 Nick Taylor 2 6 — 8 Catriona Matthew 71-70 — 141 -3
nan-Lehon, France Toronto at Seattle, 1:10 p.m. Toronto FC at Atlanta United FC, 1 p.m. 13. Jimmie Johnson, 547 Stephan Jaeger 10 (-2) — 8 Ariya Jutanugarn 71-70 — 141 -3
7:30 a.m. — FS1 — Women, FIFA Under-20 World N.Y. Yankees at Boston, 5:05 p.m. D.C. United at Montreal, 4:30 p.m. 14. Erik Jones, 533 Xinjun Zhang 6 2 — 8 Celine Herbin 70-71 — 141 -3
Cup, Group stage: Group B, North Korea vs. England, New England at Orlando City, 4:30 p.m. 15. Alex Bowman, 496 Parker McLachlin 4 3 — 7 In-Kyung Kim 70-71 — 141 -3
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God makes a Saint Peter’s Episcopal to celebrate 150th

Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church

“All are welcome in this place…” as the hymn
proclaims, and that includes those who want to at-
tend the Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church building’s
150th anniversary celebration acknowledging the

first service held in the historic church located at
y family is full of 314 N. Division St. in Carson City.
artists; my father, my The iconic white church with its stained glass
grandfather, and I, too, and 93-foot steeple is located on the Blue Line his-
am an artist. Leslie Cyr torical walking tour at the corner of Telegraph and
I draw my inspiration from nature. Faith & Division Streets in Carson City. The Parish has RICK HOOVER/NEVADA APPEAL
You know, no matter how good I get Insight been conducting church services and providing Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church building’s
at my craft, God continues to do it community assistance to area residents continu- 150th anniversary celebration will be held
better. ously since Aug. 9, 1868. Aug. 12.
God is the master artist. We read on this statue for three years, cutting An 1860s modeled service is planned that will
this in the first sentence of the Bi- away stone to reveal his intent. The include the original alter configuration, period who “… sailed from New York June 16th “(1868)
ble, “In the beginning, God creat- broken and cracked places fit in clergy vestments, and 1792 book of liturgy. The and arrived in San Francisco…” in early July of
ed the heavens and the earth.” He perfectly with the vision he had for Right Reverend Jeff Paul, St. Peter’s Rector will that year (Nevada Appeal, July 8, 2018, pp A15).
took what was void and shapeless that stone. officiate. Allen continued to Carson City after recovering
and created such incredible diverse I believe we’re like Da Vinci’s can- The service will be held at 10 a.m. on Aug. 12 from a month-long illness, where he was then wel-
beauty. Such artistry in creation, this vas and Michelangelo’s granite. God at St. Peter’s Church and will be followed at noon comed and served as the first Resident Pastor of
earth is a masterpiece. sees our worth and potential and by a potluck lunch on the grounds between the the new Carson City parish.
I think of Leonardo da Vinci’s seeks to create in us a work of art, church and the rectory building that’s adjacent to In conjunction with this 150th year of service
Mona Lisa. It’s a masterpiece! Da a masterpiece. We’re the canvas as the church. event, St. Peter’s Vestry has commissioned the
Vinci placed such value on this God paints his glorious story of love “We are excited to share the rich history and ac- minting of a commemorative coin of this event
work. One interesting fact about and redemption. We’re that piece of complishments that St. Peter’s has provided to our that will be available to order by purchase, in
this painting is it was worked on for granite that’s marred, cracked, and citizens and community since territorial times,” limited numbers, for those interested in owning a
more than 10 years and that by using broken. What we see as undesir- said Allison Joffee, senior warden of Saint Peter’s tangible memento of this event.
modern technology, experts have able cracks and blemishes, like the Parish Vestry. During the post-service lunch there will be
found the Mona Lisa was worked marble in Michelangelo’s hands, God The brick Rectory building on the same proper- announcements describing the following two
and reworked with many layers un- sees a position for them in the mas- ty, is where in February 1865, Nevada’s first State structural projects being planned for the church
der the picture we see today. Da Vin- terpiece he sees when he looks at us. Governor, Henry G. Blasdel signed a letter in- property:
ci loved this work so much he was Your life is his masterpiece. Noth- forming President Lincoln of Nevada’s ratification ■ The installment of a 38-foot diameter prayer
never content to call it finished. ing about you is a mistake. You, as of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and meditation Labyrinth on church grounds that
How about Michelangelo’s statue you are, are exactly what he had in to abolish slavery. During this period the Rectory will be accessible to the public between the church
of David? Another masterpiece! The mind when he thought of you. also served as an office and residence (1864-71) for and the rectory, starting in August 2018.
piece of granite he chose had sat in Gov. Blasdel. ■ The construction of a memorial and prayer
a lot for decades before he found it Capt. Leslie Cyr is an officer St. Peter’s Church building is a Carpenter Goth- garden that will be located between the rectory
and saw its cracks and blemishes in the Salvation Army at 661 ic architectural jewel and a landmark structure and the church building starting in 2019.
were perfectly placed for his imag- Colorado St. For information, go to that was constructed between 1867 and 1868. For information, contact the church at
ination to spring forth. He worked During the first year, the new pastor, Rev. Allen, 775-882-1534.

First United
Methodist Church
Corner of Musser
and Division Streets
open hearts, open minds, open doors
8:00 am - Informal
Traditional Service
9:30 am - Praise & Worship
Children’s Sunday

Spread The Word...

11:00 am - Traditional Service
6:00 pm - Taize Service
(1st Sunday of the month)
Rev. Maggie McNaught

First Church
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Carson City
Christian Science Church
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775-267-9590 1750 N. Mountain St. HEALING SERVICES
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Worship Service 11:00 am Wed. TesTimony mTg. 6:30pm 10:30am and 6:00pm
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Nevada Appeal | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | A29


Veterans group honors deputies for service

Nevada Appeal staff report Year nomination for the kindness
he showed on Feb. 9, 2017, when
The compassionate — and in he was assigned to help in the in-
one instance lifesaving — actions vestigation of a house fire. Cooper
of two deputies earned them not only interviewed witnesses
awards from the Dayton Post but also took care of the children
8660 of Veterans of Foreign Wars. whose house burned.
Members of Post 8660 held a “The children had recently lost
ceremony on July 26 to thank their house, most of their belong-
Lyon County Sheriff ’s Deputies ings, their mother was out of the
William McDaniel and Nathan state at a burn ward with their
Cooper. youngest sibling. He brought
McDaniel was presented with them to the substation and treat-
the VFW’s Life Saving Award. ed them in a caring manner to
Due to McDaniel’s quick ac- minimize the trauma they were
tion, calm demeanor and expert experiencing,” Sgt. Dan Lynch
knowledge, a woman’s life was wrote in the award nomination.
saved even though she hadn’t “He worked with CPS to find ap-
been breathing upon his arrival propriate care for the children. He
on scene. bought them food with his own
The woman subsequently made money, and when I suggested he
a full recovery. turn in the receipt for reimburse-
Cooper received the Deputy ment he said, ‘I am just glad they
of the Year award for his com- were fed.’”
passionate engagement with the Cooper was also nominated for COURTESY
Dayton community. his actions on Nov. 2, 2017, when Veterans of Foreign War Post 8660 members John Alexander, left, and Ken Gray, right, present an award of
Cooper, an Army veteran who he arrived at a medical emergency appreciation to Deputy Nathan Cooper.
served in Operation Enduring seven minutes before paramedics
Freedom, has been a deputy with and initiated chest compressions succumbed to her injuries, her Beyond his service with the Dayton area for several years and
the LCSO since September 2013. and rescue breathing. family later returned to thank Sheriff ’s Office, the deputy has is working toward earning an as-
He earned the Deputy of the Although the victim later Cooper for his effort. coached Little League in the sociate’s degree.

BIRTH Carson woman makes 4-H’er thanks Carson City Fair organizers I bent down to square its legs, I really enjoyed
Provost’s Honor Roll
ANNOUNCEMENTS The University of Wyoming
I would like to thank the UNR Cooperative
Extension, every sponsor, judge, volunteer,
the competition.
The whole experience was loads of fun. And
listed Nycole Marsh of Carson and 4-H leader that made the Carson City Fair I already look forward to the 2019 Carson City
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center City on the 2018 spring semes- possible. Fair.
■ To Brianna Carr and David Miller of ter Provost’s Honor Roll. This year was very special because I got to Vivi Mellow and Annie, the Greatest Rescue
Dayton, Madison Hendrix Miller, born The Provost’s Honor Roll compete in the Round Robin event in which Dog Ever
July 17, 2018, weighing 6 pounds and 3 consists of undergraduates I got to show a dog, dairy cow, a rabbit, a hen, (We have been in 4 Paws 4-H for two years
ounces. who have completed at least lamb, goats, and a pig. and this was our second year participating in the
■ To Shelby Jordan and Andrew six but fewer than 12 hours Just getting the pig out of the pen was hard. Carson City Fair).
Plante of Gardnerville, Paiton Elise with a minimum 3.5 GPA for And even though the dairy goat would fight with Vivi Mellow
Plante, born July 17, 2018, weighing 8 the semester. the goat next to it and would chew my hair when Carson City
pounds and 7 ounces.
■ To Mariana Garibay Sanchez and
Oscar Ambriz-Ponce of Carson City,
Alondra Kimberley Ambriz, born July
17, 2018, weighing 5 pounds and 11 Note: Menus for week of Aug. 6 WEDNESDAY: Stuffed cabbage Douglas County Senior rice, mixed veggies, whole
ounces. subject to change without notice. casserole with ground beef and Center, 1329 Waterloo Lane: wheat bread, apple butter,
■ To Kelly and Chad Walling of Choice of beverage included. rice, mixed veggies, whole wheat MONDAY: Pesto chicken spiced pears.
Gardnerville, Brenna Lynn Walling, Carson City Senior Center, bread, apple butter, spiced pears. Florentine, tossed salad, creamy THURSDAY: Baked fish,
born July 18, 2018, weighing 8 pounds. 911 Beverly Drive: THURSDAY: Chicken salad Italian dressing, fresh strawber- coleslaw, stewed tomatoes,
■ To Amanda Holguin and MONDAY: Lemon baked fish, sandwich on whole wheat bread, ries, seven grain bread. whole wheat bread, margarine,
Christopher Cachu Jr. of Carson City, whole wheat bread, peas, long cream of potato soup, green TUESDAY: Pork tamales with banana, apple crisp.
Christopher Anthony Cachu III, born grain wild rice, house salad, salad, dressing, mixed fruit. green enchilada sauce, corn and FRIDAY: Chili cheese baked
July 18, 2018, weighing 5 pounds and 12 assorted dressing, grapes. FRIDAY: Chili cheese baked black bean salad, Spanish rice, potato, steamed carrots, whole
ounces. TUESDAY: Chili over twice potato, steamed carrots, whole refried beans, apple turnover. wheat banana muffin, blueber-
■ To Brittany and Andrew Gatlin of baked potato, corn, corn bread wheat banana muffin, blueberry WEDNESDAY: Birthday lunch: ry yogurt, orange banana juice.
Dayton, Daniel Matthew Gatlin, born muffins, three-bean salad, fresh yogurt, orange banana juice. black and blue salad with grilled
July 20, 2018, weighing 7 pounds and 10 fruit. steak, romaine, spring mix, Yerington Senior Center,
ounces. WEDNESDAY: Southwest bar- Fernley Senior Center, carrots, tomato, avocado, bacon 117 Tilson Way:
■ To Julie Balderson and Ian Knight of becue chicken sandwich, baked 1170 W. Newlands Drive: and blue cheese, bread stick, MONDAY: Baked fish,
Carson City, Mary Jacqueline Knight, beans, carrot salad, pineapple MONDAY: Baked fish, coleslaw, watermelon, cake, ice cream. coleslaw, stewed tomatoes,
born July 20, 2018, weighing 8 pounds chunks. stewed tomatoes, whole wheat THURSDAY: Seafood chow- whole wheat bread, margarine,
and 12 ounces. THURSDAY: Manicotti with bread, margarine, banana, apple der, egg salad sandwich, vanilla banana, apple crisp.
■ To Nicole and Michael Soukup of meat sauce, Italian veggies, crisp. yogurt with raspberries, orange TUESDAY: Barbecue chicken,
Dayton, Gunnar Dean Soukup, born blushed pears, bread stick, TUESDAY: Barbecue chicken, banana juice. baked acorn squash, cucum-
July 21, 2018, weighing 7 pounds and 9 cookie. baked acorn squash, cucumbers FRIDAY: Spaghetti, spring mix bers in sour cream, biscuit,
ounces. FRIDAY: Turkey, mashed in sour cream, biscuit, honey, salad, cranberry juice, roasted honey, Chantilly fruit cup.
■ To Summer West of Carson City, potatoes and gravy, whole wheat Chantilly fruit cup. garlic bread, Italian blend veg- WEDNESDAY: Stuffed cab-
Elena Claire West, born July 21, 2018, roll, green beans, diced peaches, WEDNESDAY: Stuffed cabbage gies, cheesecake. bage casserole with ground
weighing 6 pounds and 4 ounces. apple juice. casserole with ground beef and beef and rice, mixed veggies,
■ To Mariah and David Allison of rice, mixed veggies, whole wheat Silver Springs Senior Center, whole wheat bread, apple
Gardnerville, Alleria Elaine Allison, Dayton Senior Center, 320 bread, apple butter, spiced pears. 2945 Ft. Churchill Road: butter, spiced pears.
born July 21, 2018, weighing 4 pounds Old Dayton Valley Road: THURSDAY: Chicken salad MONDAY: Chicken salad THURSDAY: Chicken salad
and 3 ounces. MONDAY: Baked fish, coleslaw, sandwich on whole wheat sandwich on whole wheat bread, sandwich on whole wheat
■ To Andrea Inman and Antonio stewed tomatoes, whole wheat bread, cream of potato soup, cream of potato soup, green bread, cream of potato soup,
Valenzuela of Dayton, Liam Samuel bread, margarine, banana, apple green salad, dressing, mixed salad, dressing, mixed fruit. green salad, dressing, mixed
Valenzuela, born July 23, 2018, weigh- crisp. fruit. TUESDAY: Italian beef bake, fruit.
ing 7 pounds and 13 ounces. TUESDAY: Barbecue chicken, FRIDAY: Chili cheese baked peas and carrots, spinach salad, FRIDAY: Chili cheese baked
■ To Lacey Holmes of Carson City, baked acorn squash, cucumbers potato, steamed carrots, whole frozen vanilla strawberry yogurt. potato, steamed carrots, whole
Emily Renee Furlong, born July 24, in sour cream, biscuit, honey, wheat banana muffin, blueber- WEDNESDAY: Stuffed cabbage wheat banana muffin, blueber-
2018, weighing 6 pounds and 14 ounces. Chantilly fruit cup. ry yogurt, orange banana juice. casserole with ground beef and ry yogurt, orange banana juice.
A30 | Saturday, August 4, 2018 | Nevada Appeal

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Seven-day Forecast Today / Tomorrow Regional Forecast Carson City Almanac

TODAY Winnemucca Temperature Precipitation
90 / 53 Elko
Sunny 90 / 51 Tuesday's High / Low 98 / 68 Tuesday's 0.00"
Redding 89 / 54 Wednesday's 0.00"
Areas of Haze Wednesday's High / Low 97 / 58
96 / 69 Battle Mtn. 88 / 53 Thursday's High / Low 95 / 53 Thursday's 0.00"
Precip Chance: 0%
95 / 67 91 / 55 Yesterday's High / Low 90 / 46 Yesterday's 0.00"
86 / 52 Reno 89 / 54 Normal High / Low 90 / 53 Month to Date 0.00"
Wind: 10-25 mph SW 88 / 58 Record High 100 in 2000 Average Month to Date 0.03"
Grass Truckee 85 / 60 Record Low 35 in 1975 Year to Date 7.20"
SUNDAY Valley 78 / 38 Virginia 82 / 59 Eureka
Average Year to Date 7.12"
88 / 63 76 / 40 City 80 / 60 85 / 52
Sunny All climate data valid at 3 pm yesterday.
Areas of Haze 86 / 60 Carson City 82 / 55 Ely
Precip Chance: 0% 86 / 52 86 / 47
S. Lake Sun and Moon
83 / 56 Sacramento Tahoe 83 / 56 83 / 49
Wind: 5-20 mph SSW 95 / 60 77 / 47
Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset
92 / 62 Minden Today 6:02 a.m. 8:07 p.m. 12:02 a.m. 1:31 p.m.
75 / 49 86 / 48 Sunday 6:02 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 12:36 a.m. 2:37 p.m.
MONDAY Monday 6:03 a.m. 8:05 p.m. 1:16 a.m. 3:44 p.m.
83 / 51 Tonopah
Sunny Tuesday 6:04 a.m. 8:03 p.m. 2:02 a.m. 4:50 p.m.
Stockton Wednesday 6:05 a.m. 8:02 p.m. 2:56 a.m. 5:55 p.m.
Precip Chance: 0%
95 / 63 89 / 60
91 / 65 Yosemite N.P. 86 / 61
88 / 58
Wind: 5-10 mph SSE San Francisco 100 / 66
68 / 54 98 / 65
Last New First Full
TUESDAY 66 / 55
8/4 8/11 8/18 8/26
Sunny Monterey Fresno
Precip Chance: 0%
65 / 55 100 / 69 Las Vegas Today's UV Air Quality
64 / 56 98 / 68 111 / 83 Air Quality Index (AQI)
93 / 60 110 / 84 Today's forecast Moderate
Wind: 5-10 mph SSE
9 Yesterday 60, Moderate
0-50, Good; 51-100, Moderate: 101-150,
WEDNESDAY Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200,
Sunny National Outlook 1: Low, 5: Moderate, 10+: High.
Unhealthy; 201 +, Very Unhealthy
Precip Chance: 0% The higher the index, the Source: AirNow. A cross agency of the
Today Tomorrow Today Tomorrow greater amount of skin and eye U. S. Gov.
City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W protection that is needed.
95 / 61 Albuquerque 94 70 pc 93 72 pc New Orleans 88 80 t 90 79 t
Air quality is measured by concentrations of
Wind: 5-10 mph SSE air pollutants. High ozone levels impair
Anchorage 65 56 mc 64 57 mc New York 80 74 t 90 77 s breathing.
Atlanta 88 72 t 89 74 t Oklahoma City 93 74 s 95 76 pc
THURSDAY Billings 83 56 pc 81 55 mc Orlando 93 77 pc 89 76 t
Mostly Sunny Boise 85 60 s 87 62 s Philadelphia 86 74 sh 89 78 s Recreation Forecast
Precip Chance: 0% Boston 81 72 sh 85 75 pc Phoenix 110 89 s 109 88 s
Chicago 95 76 s 93 78 pc Portland 82 60 pc 86 63 hz
Dallas 98 77 s 96 79 s Rapid City 84 59 pc 81 60 t Lake Tahoe
94 / 60 Denver 91 62 pc 90 63 pc St. George, UT 105 76 s 104 74 s Today Tomorrow Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Wind: 5-10 mph SSE
El Paso 98 77 t 99 76 pc St. Louis 93 72 s 91 75 s
Fairbanks 67 52 sh 63 50 sh Salt Lake City 90 66 s 89 64 pc
FRIDAY Honolulu 88 77 sh 89 79 mc San Antonio 94 76 pc 95 78 mc
Mostly Cloudy Houston 91 79 t 92 81 t San Diego 81 70 pc 80 72 pc 80 / 43 77 / 44 80 / 46 84 / 48 86 / 50
Precip Chance: 0% Kansas City 92 74 pc 96 75 s Seattle 76 60 mc 81 62 pc
Los Angeles 87 69 fg 89 71 fg Spokane 83 55 hz 87 58 hz Pyramid Lake
92 / 58 Miami Beach 89 79 mc 87 81 t Tucson 104 76 pc 103 78 pc
Minneapolis 81 68 t 83 67 t Washington DC 85 74 t 89 77 pc Today Tomorrow Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Wind: 5-15 mph SW
Nashville 92 75 pc 90 74 t Yuma, AZ 111 83 s 107 82 s

70 / 53 69 / 54 71 / 59 73 / 60 75 / 63
Road Conditions Weather Key
Lahontan Lake
Nevada: 511 bz-blizzard, cl-cloudy, fg-fog, hs-heavy snow, ls-light snow, mc-mostly cloudy, rs-rain/snow,
Today Tomorrow Monday Tuesday Wednesday
pc-partly cloudy, ra-rain, sh-showers, sn-snow, ss-snow showers, s-sunny, t-thunderstorm

In Calif., 800-427-7623 Fire Danger 94 / 58 90 / 59 96 / 63 99 / 66 100 / 68
Outside Calif., 916-445-7623
Lake Tahoe Basin Tahoe Nat. Forest Topaz Lake Additional prescribe burn
Low Low
Today Tomorrow Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Courtsey of the U.S. and fire information:
For latest weather updates: Moderate Forest Service Camino Moderate LTBMU (530) 644-6048 or
High High Interagency Emergency
Very High Command Center.
Very High
Extreme Extreme 79 / 41 78 / 43 80 / 47 82 / 49 84 / 50

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Carson City School District 2018/19

School Begins Monday, August 20, 2018


Our Community Inspires and Empowers Innovators, Leaders and Thinkers
The first day of school will be a full school day with lunch Returning Students: All parents or guardians must up- student’s link, select new student enrollment to complete
and regular bus service. date their student’s information every school year, which the process. New student enrollment requirements: copy
Variances must be approved by school sites. For addi- includes annual permission and consent forms: of the student’s birth certificate, immunization record and
tional information call (775) 283-2009. 1. Log into your “Infinite Campus” Parent Portal proof of residency. For additional information, please con-
Nevada law requires all incoming 7th and 8th grade 2. Choose the “Online Registration” option on the tact your neighborhood school.
students to have their T-DAP and MENINGOCOCCAL left side If you need assistance, please contact your school. To
vaccinations BEFORE the first day of school. 3. Continue through the registration process confirm the zoned school of attendance, select “Find my
Online updates for returning students and online enroll- 4. If you do not have an Infinite Campus user name and School Zone” on the Quick Links tab at www.carsoncity-
ment for new students is now available for the 2018-2019 password, please contact your neighborhood school.
school year. Directions and other information can be found on our
New Students: Parents or guardians will need to log onto website at under the Enrolling and click on the enrolling Students link.


There will be a variety of information sta-
tions; student schedules, lockers, trans-
Mrs. Paula Zona, Principal stations; student schedules, lockers, trans- portation, sports, yearbooks, and student
BORDEWICH/BRAY ELEMENTARY 8:25 am - 3:15 pm portation, and sports. leadership.
110 South Thompson St. Items available for purchase include; Year- Items available for purchase include; EVMS
(775) 283-2400 CARSON MONTESSORI CHARTER books, CMS PTA membership. PTO Membership - $10.00, Material Fee
Mrs. Lisa Hutchison, Principal SCHOOL All students at CMS wear a uniform. Please - $20.00 (Required for all students), PE
8:25 am - 3:15 pm 2263 Mouton Dr. contact the school if you have any questions. Uniform shirts are $10.00; mesh shorts are
(775) 887-9500 $10.00. All students wear a uniform, and in-
EMPIRE ELEMENTARY Mrs. Jessica Daniels, Principal EAGLE VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL formation and order forms will be available)
1260 Monte Rosa 8:45 am - 3:15 pm 4151 East Fifth St. NOTE: Nevada law requires all incom-
(775) 283-1100 (775) 283-2600 ing 7th & 8th grade students to have their
Mrs. Susan Squires, Principal CARSON MIDDLE SCHOOL Mr. Lee Conley, Principal T-DAP and MENINGOCOCCAL vaccina-
8:25 am - 3:15 pm 1140 West King St. 7:45 am - 2:30 pm tions BEFORE the first day of school.
(775) 283-2800
FREMONT ELEMENTARY Mr. Dan Sadler, Principal EAGLE VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL “BACK Resources for Immunizations:
1511 Firebox Rd. 7:45 am - 2:30 pm TO SCHOOL BOOT CAMP” NEVADA HEALTH CENTER
(775) 283-1200 Students must be accompanied by a parent. SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CLINIC
Dr. Jennifer Ward-DeJoseph, Principal CARSON MIDDLE SCHOOL All parents must update their student’s In- 618 W. Musser St
8:25 am - 3:15 pm “BACK TO SCHOOL SNEAK PREVIEW” finite Campus information, which includes (775) 445-3500
Students must be accompanied by a parent. annual permission & consent forms; i.e., Open Tuesday and Wednesday
FRITSCH ELEMENTARY All parents must update their student’s In- computer usage, field trips, etc., in order to 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
504 Bath St. finite Campus information, which includes receive a schedule. Computers and assistance
(775) 283-1400 annual permission & consent forms; i.e., will be available during “Bootcamp” for any CARSON CITY HEALTH & HUMAN
Mr. Dan Brown, Principal computer usage, field trips, etc., in order to parent that has not registered or completed SERVICES
8:25 am - 3:15 pm receive a schedule. Computers and assistance their update. 900 E. Long Street
will be available during the “Sneak Preview” Thursday, August 16, 2018 (775) 887-2190
MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY for any parent that has not registered or com- (Please see assigned grade level times; how- Open Thursday
2111 Carriage Crest Dr. pleted their update. ever, if you cannot attend during designated 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
(775) 283-1000 6th Grade times, please feel free to come by anytime
Mrs. Ruthlee Caloiaro, Principal Wednesday, August 15, 2018 between 3:30 – 5:30 pm) Special days/hours for school-age
8:25 am - 3:15 pm 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm *Note – Upper basketball area will be open student immunizations the week
7th & 8th Grade for overflow parking* before school starts and during the first
SEELIGER ELEMENTARY Thursday, August 16, 2018 6th Grade day of school.
2800 South Saliman Rd. 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm August 13-17, 2018 and
(775) 283-2200 There will be a variety of information 7th & 8th Grade August 20, 2018



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ADMINISTRATION OFFICES Nevada requires all students to have a sports, art, environmental science, and favor de llamar a la oficina de Pre-Kínder
Carson City School District pictured student ID or activity card when extracurricular activities such as; lifeguard del distrito escolar, al (775) 283-1521.
1402 West King Street registering for State tests. certification, rock climbing, camping,
Carson City, NV cross country and downhill skiing, graphic NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
General Information (775) 283-2000 LOCKERS - $10.00 arts, guitar, Jobs for American Graduates The Carson City School District does
Mr. Richard Stokes (775) 283-2100 This fee covers all four years of high (JAG), and a well-known and respected not discriminate against any person on
Superintendent school. Students who have already pur- student leadership organization. the basis of race, color, national origin,
Mrs. Susan Keema (775) 283-2110 chased a locker will keep the same locker. sex, disability, age, or on any other basis
Associate Superintendent, The $10.00 fee includes a lock. THERE NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION protected by state or federal law, and it
Educational Services IS NO SHARING OF LOCKERS! $5.00 New student enrollment will begin provides equal access to the Boy Scouts
Dr. Jose Delfin (775) 283-2130 replacement fee for lost locks. Thursday, August 9th. Please call 283- of America and other designated youth
Associate Superintendent, 1300 to schedule an appointment and groups. The following person has been
Human Resources PARKING PERMIT obtain the necessary registration forms. designated to handle inquiries regarding
Mr. Andrew Feuling (775) 283-2140 $20 during Pre-Registration Day Only – IMPORTANT: PHS students who are the District’s non-discrimination policies:
Director, Fiscal Services August 10, 2018 enrolling for the 2018-2019 school year Title IX and 504 Coordinator, 1402 W.
Mrs. Valerie Dockery (775) 283-1523 $25 beginning Monday, August 20. must be prepared to provide; Birth Cer- King Street, Carson City, NV 89703 (775)
Director, Grants Department Students will be able to pick their PER- tificate, previous school records (tran- 283-2130. For further information on
SONAL parking space for the incoming scripts), Immunization Records and Proof notice of non-discrimination, contact the
CARSON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT school year, only if parents have updated of Residency. United States Department of Education,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES student information in Infinite Campus! Office of Civil Rights, 1-800-421-3481.
Ron Swirczek, President See Student Handbook for parking guide- CLASS SCHEDULES
Stacie Wilke-McCulloch, Vice President lines. Parking space will only be issued All students enrolled at PHS and Carson El Distrito Escolar de Carson no discrim-
Michael Walker, Clerk to students with a valid Nevada driver’s Online (Grades 9-12) will be able to pick ina a ninguna persona por motivos de raza,
Don Carine, Member license at time of purchase. up their class schedules on Monday, Au- color, origen nacionalidad, sexo, disca-
Joe Cacioppo, Member gust 20th at 7:35 am. Students will report pacidad, edad, o sobre cualquier otra base
Laurel Crossman, Member PARENT UNIVERSITY - CHS to their alpha rooms listed on (Building A, protegida por la ley estatal o federal, y este
Ryan Green, Member UPSTAIRS CAFETERIA Rooms 2 – 5) to gather their schedules. proporciona igualdad de acceso a los Boy
Tuesday, August 14, 2018, 8:00-11:00 am Scouts de América y a otros grupos desig-
Informational parent meeting for fresh- PARENT MEETING nados de jóvenes. La siguiente persona ha
CARSON HIGH SCHOOL man and new students. Parent Night & Open House: sido designada para atender las consultas
(GRADES 9-12) Tuesday, September 18th, 5:00 – 7:00 pm relacionadas a la Política de No-Discrim-
OPEN HOUSE inación del Distrito: Título IX y Coordi-
1111 North Saliman Rd. Monday, September 10th from 6:00 – TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION nador 504, 1402 W. King Street, Carson
(775) 283-1600 8:00 pm. Parents, students and the public Students attending PHS may ride the City, NV 89703 (775) 283-2130. Para más
Mrs. Tasha Fuson, Principal are invited to attend. Parents and students existing CCSD school bus routes. JAC bus información sobre el aviso de la No-Dis-
7:40 am – 2:05 pm will follow an abbreviated school day passes are also available for PHS students. criminación, comuníquese con el Departa-
schedule and meet all of his/her teachers. mento de Educación, Oficina de Derechos
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION Teachers will be available in their class- PHS FACEBOOK PAGE AND Civiles, 1-800-421-3481.
IMPORTANT: Carson High students rooms to discuss the class and course SCHOOL WEBSITE:
who are enrolling for the 2018-2019 school expectations. For more information please visit: ENGLISH LEARNER PROGRAM
year must be prepared to provide; Birth DESCRIPTION
Certificate, previous school records (tran- STUDENT PICTURES The Carson City School District is ded-
scripts), Immunization Records and Proof Student pictures will be taken on Thurs- icated to serving the needs of English
of Residency. day, August 23th and Friday, August 24th; CARSON ONLINE Learners – students who speak a language
**CHS does have a dress code. Please additional information will be sent home (GRADES 6-12) other than English at home and score
refer to their website www.carsonhigh. with students. below proficient on English assessments
com for complete information** 202 East Corbett St. when they enter our school system. In
SPECIAL EDUCATION (775) 283-1317 order to assure equity and access to an
“SENATOR KICK-OFF” Student Support Services Mrs. Jill Council, Distance Education excellent education, the District’s English
Friday, Aug. 10th – Senator Square 710 West Fourth St. (775) 283-2350 Coordinator Learner Program provides additional ser-
Seniors - 8:00 am - 9:00 am Mrs. Jan Albertson, Director Mr. Jason Zona, Principal vices to students with limited English lan-
Juniors - 9:00 am - 10:00 am Special Education students follow dis- guage skills so that they may benefit from
Sophomores - 10:00 am - 11:00 am trict enrollment procedures. CARSON ONLINE INFORMATION all the District’s educational programs.
**IMPORTANT! You may make your Carson Online offers hundreds of classes Parent involvement is highly valued in
purchase with a check or cash** ADULT EDUCATION to students in the Carson City School Dis- our district, and we invite all parents to
Students will have the opportunity to Adult/Prison Education trict. They are free of charge during the become involved in their child’s education.
receive their schedules on August 10th, 275 East Park St., Building E regular school year if students are enrolled Our goal is to provide a supportive envi-
purchase SBC sticker (required for all (775) 283-1350 full time in CCSD. Students enrolled ronment for English Learners with a focus
extra-curricular activities - free entry into Mr. Sam Santillo, Director in Carson Online can attend classes on on academic achievement and college and
home games - discounted dance tickets), campus. Flexible scheduling can also be career readiness. If you would like more
pre-order yearbooks, and purchase a park- PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL arranged for students who cannot attend information regarding the Carson City
ing space if parents have updated their (GRADES 9-12) campus sessions. The Carson Online lab School District English Learner Program,
student’s information in Infinite Cam- setting includes both highly qualified please contact EL Program Director, Laura
pus, which includes annual permission 202 East Corbett St. teachers online and teachers available Austin, at (775) 283-1504.
& consent forms. (775) 283-1300 on campus for daily assistance. Students
Mr. Jason Zona, Principal enrolled in Carson Online classes achieved El Distrito Escolar de Carson se dedica
FRESHMAN/NEW STUDENT Class Period Hours: 7:35 am-2:15 pm a passing rate of 97% in the previous a atender las necesidades de los estudi-
ORIENTATION - BIG GYM school year while enrolled at PHS. Call antes que están aprendiendo inglés – es-
–Tuesday, August 14, 2018, PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION (775) 283-1320 for more details, including tos son estudiantes que hablan un idioma
8:00-11:00 am. Pioneer High School has been recog- enrollment. distinto al inglés en casa y que tienen
All parents must update their student’s nized by the Nevada Department of Educa- una calificación de aptitud baja en las
Infinite Campus information, which in- tion as a “Highlighted School” for achieve- PRE-K REGISTRATION 2018-2019 evaluaciones de inglés cuando ingresan
cludes annual permission & consent forms ment in 2011 and 2018. PHS is accredited All children who will be 4 years old by a nuestro sistema escolar. Con el fin de
in order to receive their schedule. Fresh- through AdvancED. In addition to the September 30, 2018 may qualify for the asegurar la equidad y el acceso a una ed-
men may pre-order their yearbooks at a small campus and classroom style setting, Carson City School District Pre-K program ucación excelente, el programa para es-
special “Welcome to CHS” price. hands-on outdoor activities, and core cur- for the 2018-2019 school year. For addi- tudiantes de inglés del distrito proporcio-
riculum offerings, PHS offers CTE (Career tional Pre-K information, please contact na servicios adicionales a los estudiantes
PE UNIFORMS - $25.00 and Technical Education) classes in Health the school district Pre-K office at (775) con conocimientos limitados del idioma
PE Uniforms will be sold in Senator Information Systems. These classes give 283-1521. inglés para que puedan beneficiarse de
Square for students to purchase. students both high school elective credit todos los programas educativos del distri-
and college credits at no charge to stu- INSCRIPCIÓN PARA NIÑOS DE to. La participación de los padres es muy
STUDENT BODY CARD dents. PHS offers Standard, CTE, Ad- PRE-KÍNDER 2018-2019 valorada en nuestro distrito, e invitamos
STICKERS (SBC) - $25.00 vanced and Honors High School Diplomas. Todos los niños que cumplan 4 antes del a todos los padres a participar en la ed-
Student Body Card stickers are required Pioneer High School has a highly qualified 30 de septiembre, posiblemente califica- ucación de sus hijos. Nuestro objetivo es
for all students involved in all extra-cur- and talented staff to meet a wide range ran para el programa de Pre-kínder que el proporcionar un ambiente de apoyo para
ricular activities; gets student into home of students’ educational needs. Through distrito escolar de Carson ofrecerá este año los estudiantes de inglés con un enfo-
games FREE. Student ID cards will be partnerships and grants, PHS is able to escolar 2018-2019. Si desea más infor- que en el rendimiento académico y en la
provided once school starts; the State of provide students with elective choices in mación sobre el programa de Pre-Kínder, preparación universitaria y profesional.
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Si desea más información sobre el pro- FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH available at each school site office. If you Para obtener la solicitud para este programa
grama para estudiantes de inglés del PROGRAM INFORMATION would like more information about the Ud. puede acceder en el sitio web (Internet)
distrito de la cuidad de Carson, por favor The Carson City School District offers Free and Reduced Lunch Program, please del Distrito Escolar de Carson, o hay copias
contacte a la Directora del programa, a Free and Reduced Lunch Program for contact your child’s school office. de la aplicación disponibles en cada oficina
Laura Austin, al (775) 283-1504. grades Pre-K – 12. Applications for this de la escuela. Si desea más información
program can be accessed on the Dis- El Distrito Escolar de Carson City ofrece sobre el Programa de Almuerzo Gratis y Re-
trict website; www.carsoncityschools. un programa de almuerzo gratis o reducido ducido, por favor póngase en contacto con la
com or there are copies of the application para los estudiantes de los grados Pre-K - 12. oficina de la escuela de su hijo.


Bus #2201 High School Bus #2201 High School Bus #1223 Middle School Bus #1223 Middle School
6:50 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out 7:15 AM 403 Hot Springs 2:40 PM Carson Middle School
7:16 AM Hot Springs & Sierra Springs Apt. 2:45 PM 403 Hot Springs
6:58 AM Seeliger Elementary 2:05 PM Carson High School 7:30 AM Carson Middle School 2:46 PM Hot Springs & Sierra Springs Apt.
7:03 AM Carson High School 2:20 PM Seeliger Elementary
Bus #1223 Elementary School Bus #1223 Elementary School
Bus #2201 Middle School Bus #2201 Middle School TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP 7:55 AM Midas @ Galena 3:15pm Fritsch School
7:12 AM Seeliger Elementary School 2:30 PM Eagle Valley Middle School 7:56 AM Empty lot across from
7:15 AM Sonoma & Halleck 2:47 PM Seeliger Elementary School 164 Broadleaf 3:30 PM 777 Silver Oak
7:17 AM Kingsley & Halleck 2:49 PM Sonoma & Halleck (Parkway Plaza Apts.)
7:27 AM Eagle Valley Middle School 2:50 PM Kingsley & Halleck 7:57 AM Dyer & Northgate 3:33 PM Midas @ Galena
8:01 AM 777 Silver Oak
(Parkway Plaza Apts) 3:34 PM Empty lot across
Bus #2201 Elementary School Bus #2201 Elementary School from 164 Broadleaf
8:11 AM Fritsch School 3:35 PM Dyer & Northgate
7:44 AM Sunrise & Milliman (south end)3:15 PM Fremont
8:20 AM Roll In 3:45 PM Roll In
7:47 AM Bowers & Nye 3:31 PM Sherman & Dori
7:50 AM E. Nye & Viking Way 3:32 PM 2650 Carmine
7:52 AM E. Nye & Otha 3:36 PM E. Nye & Otha Bus #2208 High School Bus #2208 High School
7:56 AM 2650 Carmine 3:37 PM E. Nye & Viking Way TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
7:57 AM Sherman & Dori 3:41 PM Nye & Bowers 6:43 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
8:09 AM Fremont 3:45 PM Sunrise & Milliman (south end) 6:53 AM S. Curry & Shoshone 2:05 PM Carson High School
8:15 AM Roll In 4 PM Roll In 6:54 AM S. Curry & Wialaki 2:22 PM S. Curry & Shoshone
6:56 AM S Curry & Clearview 2:23 PM S. Curry & Wailaki
7:00 AM Frontage Rd. & Clear Creek 2:25 PM S Curry & Clearview
Bus #2006 Middle School Bus #2006 Middle School 7:04 AM Oak & Snyder 2:29 PM Frontage Rd. & Clear Creek
6:55 AM Roll Out 2:15 PM Roll Out 7:10 AM Colorado & California 2:37 PM 3355 S Carson
7:12 AM Colorado & Kansas 2:40 PM Colorado & California
7:03 AM Hillview & Kingsley 2:30 PM Eagle Valley Middle School
7:21 AM Carson High School 2:42 PM Colorado & Kansas
7:05 AM Bigelow & Koontz 2:42 PM Colorado & Pinebrook
7:06 AM Bigelow & Clearview 2:47 PM Hillview & Kingsley
7:08 AM Appion & Muldoon 2:48 PM Bigelow & Koontz Bus #2208 Elementary School Bus #2208 Elementary School
7:09 AM Hillview & Clearview 2:49 PM Bigelow & Clearview TIME TIME LOCATION OF STOP
7:10 AM Valley View & Hillview 2:50 PM Appion & Muldoon 7:42AM Country Village & Cottonwood 3:15 PM Bordewich/Bray Elementary
7:17 AM Colorado & Pinebrook 2:51 PM Hillview & Clearview 7:48 AM Community Center 3:28 PM Waterford & Longview
7:23 AM Eagle Valley Middle School 2:53 PM Hillview & Valley View 7:54 AM Fall & Corbett 3:31 PM Kings Canyon & Canyon Dr
7:57 AM Burton & Peters 3:41 PM Fall & Corbett
8:05 AM Waterford & Longview 3:43 PM Burton & Peters
Bus #2006 Elementary School Bus #2006 Elementary School 8:08 AM Kings Canyon & Canyon Dr 3:48 PM Roll In
7:40 AM 3400 Hwy 50 East (Silver State MHP) 3:15 PM Fremont 8:25 AM Roll In
7:43 AM Carmine & Sneddon 3:27 PM Idaho & Sheffield
7:50 AM Community Center (Latchkey) 3:29 PM Kansas & Colorado Bus #2513 High School Bus #2513 High School
7:58 AM Idaho & Sheffield 3:38 PM Boys & Girls Club TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
8:00 AM Kansas & Colorado 3:45 PM Carmine & Sneddon 6:41 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
6:52 AM Salk & Kelvin 2:05 PM Carson High School
8:07 AM Fremont 3:51 PM 3400 Hwy 50 E (Silver State MHP)
6:54 AM Salk & Fermi 2:24 PM Nye & Northgate
8:15 AM Roll In 3:57 PM Roll In
6:55 AM Salk & Avery 2:25 PM Imperial & Applegate
Bus #1223 High School Bus #1223 High School 6:56 AM Goni & Maxwell 2:27 PM 777 Silver Oak (Parkway Plaza Apts.)
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP 6:58 AM S. Sutro & Bryce 2:28 PM Bonanza & Imus
6:40 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out 6:59 AM S. Sutro & Emerson 2:30 PM Bonanza & Shenandoah
6:47 AM Emerson & Mark 2:05 PM Carson High School 7:00 AM W. Sutro & Bonanza 2:31 PM Bonanza & Manzanita
6:50 AM Arrowhead & Garnet 2:24 PM Catalina Apartments 7:01 AM Bonanza & Manzanita 2:32 PM W. Sutro & Bonanza
6:51 AM Northgate & Dean Ct. 2:26 PM Hampton & Pine 7:02 AM Bonanza & Shenandoah 2:33 PM S. Sutro & Emerson
6:52 AM Northgate @ underpass 2:30 PM Northgate @ underpass 7:03 AM Bonanza & Imus 2:34 PM S. Sutro & Bryce
6:54 AM Hampton & Pine 2:32 PM Northgate & Dean Ct. 7:07 AM 777 Silver Oak (Pky Plaza Apts.) 2:40 PM Salk & Kelvin
6:56 AM Catalina Apartments 2:33 PM Arrowhead & Garnet 7:09AM Imperial & Applegate 2:42 PM Salk & Fermi
7:05 AM Carson High School 2:34 PM Emerson & Mark 7:10 AM Nye & Northgate 2:43 PM Salk & Avery
7:20 AM Carson High School 2:44 PM Goni & Maxwell
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Bus #2513Elementary School Bus #2513 Elementary School Bus #2802 Middle School Bus #2802 Middle School
7:57 AM Robinson & Saliman 3:15 PM Bordewich/Bray Elementary 7:00 AM Roll Out 2:20 PM Roll Out
7:59 AM Harbin & Telegraph 3:27 PM Country Village & Cottonwood 7:07 AM Sunrise & August 2:30 PM Carson Middle School
8:01 AM Musser & Hackamore 3:29 PM 229 S. Pratt 7:09 AM E. Nye & Bowers 2:48 PM E. Nye & Poole
8:03 AM 2nd & Allouette 3:31 PM 2nd & Allouette 7:10 AM E. Nye & Lida Circle 2:50 PM E. Nye & Airport
8:05 AM 229 S. Pratt 3:32 PM Musser & Hackamore 7:13 AM E. Nye & Dale 2:51 PM E. Nye & Mayflower
8:10 AM Bordewich/Bray Elementary 3:33 PM Harbin & Telegraph 7:14 AM E. Nye & Mayflower 2:52 PM E. Nye & Dale
8:25 AM Roll In 3:35 PM Robinson & Saliman 7:17 AM E. Nye & Airport 2:55 PM E. Nye & Lida Circle
3:40 PM Roll In 7:18 AM E. Nye & Poole 2:57 PM E. Nye & Bowers
7:28 AM Carson Middle School 2:58 PM Sunrise & August
Bus #2514 Middle School Bus #2514 Middle School Bus #2802 Elementary School Bus #2802 Elementary School
6:40 AM Roll Out 2:15 PM Roll Out 7:50 AM Community Center 3:15 PM Empire Elementary
6:48 AM Lompa & DeAnn 2:30 PM Eagle Valley Middle School 7:55 AM Mark Twain Elementary 3:30 PM Boys & Girls Club
6:50 AM Damon & Conte 2:37 PM Lompa & DeAnn 8:07 AM Gregg & Stampede 3:35 PM Gregg & Stampede
6:51 AM Sinbad & Conte 2:39 PM Damon & Conte 8:08 AM Walker & Sweetwater 3:36 PM Walker & Sweetwater
6:52 AM Conte & Clearview 2:41 PM Sinbad & Conte 8:09 AM Walker & Steamboat 3:38 PM Walker & Steamboat
6:53 AM Heidi Circle (south) 2:43 PM Conte & Clearview 8:10 AM Quinn & Spring 3:39 PM Quinn & Spring
6:54 AM Conte & Bennett 2:47 PM Heidi Circle (South) 8:15 AM Empire Elementary 3:48 PM Roll In
6:57 AM Conte & Snyder 2:49 PM Bennett & Conte 8:25 AM Roll In
6:59 AM Race Track & Schultz 2:51 PM Conte & Snyder
7:01 AM Rabe Way & Coffey 2:55 PM Race Track & Schulz Bus #2521 High School Bus #2521 High School
7:02 AM Rabe Way & Center 2:56 PM Rabe Way & Coffey TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
7:03 AM Center & Clear Creek 2:57 PM Rabe Way & Center 6:38 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
7:04 AM Barrington & Dat-So-La-Lee 2:58 PM Center & Clear Creek 6:46 AM Lompa & De Ann 2:05 PM Carson High School
7:06 AM Silver Sage & Appion 3:02 PM Silver Sage & Appion 6:47 AM Damon & Conte 2:18 PM Lompa & De Ann
7:09 AM Silver Sage & Clearview 3:04 PM Silver Sage & Clearview 6:48 AM Conte & Sinbad 2:19 PM Damon & Conte
7:10 AM Center & Koontz 3:07 PM Center & Koontz 6:51 AM Clearview & S. Edmonds 2:20 PM Conte & Sinbad
7:20 AM Eagle Valley Middle School 6:52 AM Gentry & Heidi Circle South 2:21 PM S. Edmonds & Koontz
6:53 AM Conte & Bennett 2:22 PM S. Edmonds & Clearview
6:54 AM Gentry & Hudson 2:23 PM Gentry & Heidi Circle South
Bus #2514 Elementary School Bus #2514 Elementary School 6:55 AM Gentry & Snyder 2:25 PM Conte & Bennett
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP 6:56 AM Snyder & S. Edmonds 2:27 PM Gentry & Hudson
7:51 AM Center & Clearview 3:15 PM Seeliger Elementary 6:58 AM 1710 Race Track 2:28 PM Gentry & Snyder
7:54 AM Southpoint & Horizon 3:19 PM Center & Clearview 6:59 AM Rabe & Schulz 2:29 PM Snyder & S. Edmonds
7:57 AM 170 Koontz Lane (7-Star MHP) 3:20 PM 170 Koontz Lane (7-Star MHP) 7:00 AM Rabe Way & Parker 2:31 PM 1710 Race Track
7:59 AM 3355 S. Carson 3:23 PM 3355 S. Carson 7:02 AM Rabe Way & Center 2:33 PM Rabe Way & Parker
8:02 AM Colorado & Merrit 3:25 PM Colorado & Merrit 7:03 AM Center & Gibson 2:34 PM Rabe Way & Center
8:08 AM Seeliger Elementary 3:30 PM Seeliger Elementary 7:04 AM Barrington & Dat-So-La-Lee 2:36 PM Center & Gibson
8:15 AM Roll In 3:39 PM Boys & Girls Club 7:07 AM Silver Sage & Clearview 2:38 PM Barrington & Dat-So-La-Lee
3:50 PM Roll In 7:08 AM Clearview & Bigelow 2:42 PM Silver Sage & Clearview
7:09 AM Valley View & Bigelow 2:44 PM Clearview & Bigelow
Bus #2219 High School & Middle School 7:10 AM Koontz & Hillview 2:45 PM Valley View & Bigelow
6:52 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
7:02 AM Pardini & Newman 2:05 PM Carson High School Bus #2521 Elementary School Bus #2521 Elementary School
7:04 AM Longview & Ash Canyon 2:19 PM Crain & Highland TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
7:05 AM Longview & Kensington 2:30 PM Carson Middle School 7:58 AM Jerry & Ruth 3:15 PM Bordewich/Bray Elementary
(not a shuttle for HS) 8:00 AM Carson Meadows & Como 3:25 PM Telegraph & Valley
7:06 AM Longview & Coventry 2:42 PM 3090 Kings Canyon 8:02 AM Carson Meadows & Telegraph 3:32 PM Carson Meadows & Telegraph
7:08 AM 3090 Kings Canyon 2:44 PM 4130 Kings Canyon 8:05 AM Telegraph & Valley 3:34 PM Carson Meadows & Como
7:10 AM 4130 Kings Canyon 2:46 PM Longview & Coventry 8:10 AM Bordewich/Bray Elementary 3:36 PM Jerry & Ruth
7:15 AM Carson Middle School 2:47 PM Longview & Kensington 8:20 AM Roll In 3:45 PM Roll In
7:17 AM Crain & Highland 2:48 PM Longview & Ash Canyon
7:25 AM Carson High School 2:50 PM Ash Canyon & Winnie Bus #2522 Middle School Bus #2522 Middle School
6:46 AM Roll Out 2:15 PM Roll Out
Bus #2219 Elementary School Bus #2219 Elementary School 6:55 AM S. Curry & Rhodes
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP (on S. Curry) 2:30 PM Carson Middle School
7:45 AM Community Center 3:15 PM Fritsch School 6:56 AM S. Curry & Oneida 2:42 PM S. Curry & Rhodes (on S. Curry)
7:51 AM Newman & Maison 3:26 PM Newman & Maison 6:57 AM S. Curry & Wialaki 2:43 PM S. Curry & Oneida
7:52 AM Pardini & Newman 3:27 PM Pardini & Newman 6:58 AM Cochise & Overland 2:44 PM S. Curry & Wialaki
7:54 AM Longview & Washington 3:29 PM Longview & Washington 7:02 AM Clear Creek & Frontage Rd. 2:46 PM Cochise & Overland
7:55 AM Wellington @ Ash Canyon 7:04 AM Clear Creek @Stewart 2:52 PM Clear Creek & Frontage Road
(Inside gate by park) 3:31 PM Wellington & Ash Canyon Community Center Driveway
(Inside Gate) 7:06 AM Oak & Snyder 2:54 PM Clear Creek @Stewart
7:56 AM 160 Corgorno 3:32 PM 160 Corgorno Community Center Driveway
7:58 AM W Plantation & Ash Canyon 3:33 PM W Plantation & Ash Canyon 7:10 AM 3355 S. Carson St. 2:56 PM Oak & Snyder
8:00 AM 2170 Alfred Way (via Brush) 3:34 PM 2170 Alfred Way (via Brush) 7:12 AM Colorado & Merrit 2:59 PM 3355 S. Carson St.
8:05 AM Fritsch School 3:41 PM Boys & Girls Club 7:14 AM Colorado & Kansas 3:01 PM Colorado & Merrit
8:14 AM Roll In 3:50 PM Roll In 7:27 AM Carson Middle School 3:03 PM Colorado & Kansas
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Bus #2522Elementary School Bus #2522 Elementary School Bus #9956 Elementary School Bus #9956 Elementary School
7:40 AM S. Curry & Rhodes (on S. Curry) 3:15 PM Bordewich/Bray Elementary 7:51 AM 2151 Lone Mountain 3:15 PM Mark Twain
7:42 AM 502 Washoe 3:30 PM S. Curry & Rhodes (on S. Curry) 7:53 AM 385 Hot Springs 3:27 PM 2151 Lone Mountain
7:43 AM Boyle & Oneida 3:32 PM 502 Washoe 7:54 AM Hot Springs & Sierra Springs Apts. 3:29 PM 385 Hot Springs
7:45 AM Paiute & S. Curry 3:33 PM Boyle & Oneida 7:55 AM Pine & Hot Springs @ 3:30 PM Hot Springs & Sierra
7:47 AM Cochise & Overland 3:35 PM Paiute & S. Curry Arbor & Catalina Apts Springs Apts.
7:54 AM Frontage Rd. & Clear Creek 3:37 PM Cochise & Overland 7:57 AM 3201 Pine Lane 3:31 PM Pine & Hot Springs
7:55 AM Clear Creek @ Stewart 3:43 PM Frontage Rd. & Clear Creek
@ Arbor & Catalina Apts
Community Center Driveway
7:56 AM Center & Arthur Dr 3:45 PM Clear Creek @ Stewart 7:58 AM Kathleen & Gardengate 3:34 PM 3201 Pine Lane
Community Center Driveway 8:00 AM Northgate & Nye 3:35 PM Kathleen & Gardengate
7:58 AM Oak & Snyder 3:46 PM Center & Arthur 8:07 AM Mark Twain 3:37 PM Northgate & Nye
8:01 AM Center & Roventini 3:48 PM Oak & Snyder 8:15 AM Roll In 3:43pm Roll In
8:10 AM Bordewich/Bray Elementary 3:50 PM Center & Roventini
8:22 AM Roll In 4:00 PM Roll In Bus #2842 High School & Middle School
Bus #2524 High School & Middle School 6:55 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP 7:00 AM Fremont Elementary 2:05 PM Carson High School
6:38 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out (MS Only) 2:30 PM Carson Middle School
6:49 AM Ormsby & Oak Ridge 2:05 PM Carson High School 7:05 AM Silver Sage & Pat 2:45 PM Fremont Elementary (on Saliman
(No Shuttle!) 7:06 AM Silver Sage & Vintage Court 2:49 PM Silver Sage & Pat
6:50 AM Christmas Tree & Desert Peach 2:20 PM Ormsby & Oak Ridge 7:07 AM 170 Koontz 2:51 PM Silver Sage & Vintage Court
6:51 AM Evergreen & Ormsby 2:21 PM Christmas Tree & Desert Peach 7:17 AM Carson High School 2:53 PM 170 Koontz
6:52 AM Combs Canyon & Dartmouth 2:22 PM Evergreen & Ormsby 7:30 AM Carson Middle School
6:53 AM Combs Canyon & Harvard 2:30 PM Carson Middle School
6:57 AM Lotus & Prospect 2:42 PM Ormsby & Oak Ridge Bus #2842 Elementary School Bus #2842 Elementary School
Upper&Lower 2:43 PM Christmas Tree & Desert Peach 7:45 AM Silver Sage & Chateau 3:15 PM Seeliger Elementary
7:03 AM Vista Ariana & 7:46 AM 495 Sandalwood Dr 3:25 PM Silver Sage & Chateau
Combs Canyon 2:44 PM Evergreen & Ormsby 7:47 AM 523 Greenbriar 3:26 PM 495 Sandalwood Dr
7:04 AM Combs Canyon & Lakeview 2:45 PM Combs Canyon & Dartmouth 7:51 AM Dat-So-La-Lee & Barrington 3:27 PM 523 Greenbriar
7:05 AM Combs Canyon & Meadowood2:46 PM Combs Canyon & 7:52 AM Clear Creek & Center 3:28 PM South Pointe & Horizon
Harvard @ Comm Ctr 3:36 PM Dat-So-La-Lee & Barrington
7:06 AM Meadowood & Penny 2:49 PM Lotus & Prospect 7:53 AM Gibson & Center 3:37 PM Clear Creek & Center @ Comm. Ctr.
7:07 AM Meadowood & Hobart 2:50 PM Prospect & Timberline, 7:55 AM Rabe & Center 3:40 PM Center & Gibson
Upper & Lower 7:56 AM Rabe & Parker 3:44 PM Race Track & Arc Dome
7:15 AM Carson High School 2:52 PM Vista Ariana & Combs Canyon 7:58 AM Race Track & Schulz 3:45 PM Race Track & Wheeler Peak
7:30 AM Carson Middle School 2:53 PM Combs Canyon & Lakeview 7:59 AM Race Track & Wheeler Peak 3:47 PM Race Track & Schulz
2:55 PM Combs Canyon & 8:00 AM Race Track & Arc Dome 3:50 PM Rabe & Parker
8:09 AM Seeliger Elementary 3:53 PM Rabe & Center
Meadowood Road
8:20 AM Roll In 4:03 PM Roll In
2:57 PM Meadowood & Penny
2:59 PM Meadowood & Hobart Bus #2331 High School & Middle School
Bus #2524 Elementary School Bus #2524 Elementary School 6:46 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP 6:54 AM Empire Ranch 2:05 PM Carson High School
7:37 AM Ormsby & Oakridge Dr. 3:15 PM Fritsch Elementary Rd. & Hwy 50 East
7:38 AM Christmas Tree & Desert Peach 3:24 PM Ormsby & Oakridge Dr. 6:56 AM Frontier & Hwy 50 East 2:19 PM Empire Ranch Rd. & Hwy 50 East
7:39 AM Snowflake & Evergreen 3:25 PM Christmas Tree & Desert Peach 6:59 AM 2100 N Deer Run Rd 2:21 PM Frontier & Hwy 50 East
7:40 AM On Ormsby past Evergreen 3:26 PM Evergreen & Snowflake 7:02 AM Deer Run & Sedge 2:29 PM Eagle Valley MS (Lower Gate)
7:42 AM Combs Canyon & Dartmouth 3:27 PM On Ormsby past Evergreen 7:03 AM Deer Run & Mallow 2:31 PM Eagle Valley Middle School
7:43 AM Combs Canyon & Harvard 3:28 PM Combs Canyon & Dartmouth 7:04 AM Pinion Hills & Laurel 2:48 PM Boys & Girls Club
7:47 AM 3763 Prospect 3:29 PM Combs Canyon & Harvard 7:05 AM Pinion Hills & Artemesia 2:53 PM Empire Ranch Rd. & Hwy 50 East
7:48 AM Timberline & Prospect 7:09 AM Eagle Valley Middle School 2:55 PM Frontier & Hwy 50 East
Upper&Lower 3:32 PM 3763 Prospect 7:11 AM Eagle Valley MS (Lower Gate) 2:57 PM 2100 N Deer Run Rd
7:53 AM Vista Ariana & Combs Canyon 3:34 PM Timberline & Prospect 7:18 AM Carson High School 2:59 PM Deer Run & Sedge
Upper & Lower 3:00 PM Deer Run & Mallow
7:54 AM Combs Canyon & Lakeview 3:36 PM Vista Ariana & Combs Canyon 3:01 PM Pinion Hills & Laurel
7:55 AM Combs Canyon & Meadowood3:37 PM Combs Canyon & 3:03 PM Pinion Hills & Artemesia
7:57 AM Hobart & Meadowood 3:38 PM Meadowood & Combs Canyon
8:05 AM Fritsch Elementary 3:40 PM Hobart & Meadowood
8:15 AM Roll In 3:50 PM Roll In

Bus #9956 Middle School Bus #9956 Middle School

7:10 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
7:15 AM Long & Humboldt 2:30 PM Carson Middle School
7:17 AM Rand & Karin 2:47 PM Molly & Camille
7:19 AM Molly & Camille 2:49 PM Rand & Karin
7:28 AM Carson Middle School 2:51 PM Long & Humboldt
2:54 PM Boys & Girls Club
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Bus #2331 Elementary School Bus #2331 Elementary School Bus #2337 Elementary Bus #2337 Elementary
7:44 AM Frontier & Highway 50 3:15 PM Fremont School 7:48 AM Muldoon & Appion 3:15 PM Seeliger Elementary
7:46 AM 2100 Deer Run Rd 3:32 PM Frontier & Highway 50 7:50 AM Valley View & Capitol View 3:27 PM Muldoon & Appion
7:49 AM Deer Run & Sedge 3:34 PM 2100 Deer Run Rd 7:52 AM 4489 Edmonds 3:29 PM Valley View & Capitol View
7:50 AM Deer Run & Mallow 3:37 PM Deer Run & Sedge 7:53 AM Edmonds & Bennett 3:31 PM 4489 Edmonds
7:51 AM Pinion Hills & Laurel 3:38 PM Deer Run & Mallow 7:54 AM 5640 Edmonds 3:33 PM Edmonds & Bennett
7:52 AM Pinion Hills & Camus 3:39 PM Pinion Hills & Laurel 7:55 AM Snyder & Conte 3:34 PM 5640 Edmonds
7:55 AM Buzzy’s Ranch Road 7:57 AM Gentry & Snyder 3:35 PM Snyder & Conte
& Spadebit Ct 3:40 PM Pinion Hills & Camus 7:58 AM Gentry & Hudson 3:36 PM Gentry & Snyder
7:56 AM Marsh & Buzzy’s Ranch Road 3:45 PM Buzzy’s Ranch Road 7:59 AM Gentry & Heidi Circle (So.) 3:38 PM Gentry & Hudson
& Spadebit Ct 8:00 AM 4421 Gentry 3:39 PM Gentry & Heidi Circle (So.)
7:58 AM Marsh & 5th 3:46 PM Marsh & Buzzy’s Ranch Road 8:01 AM Clearview & Conte 3:40 PM 4421 Gentry
7:59 AM E. 5th & Riparian 3:48 PM Marsh & 5th 8:02 AM Valley View & Conte 3:41 PM Clearview & Conte
8:00 AM E. 5th & Cambridge 3:49 PM E. 5th & Riparian 8:03 AM 3289 Edmonds 3:42 PM Valley View & Conte
8:06 AM Fremont Elementary 3:50 PM E. 5th & Cambridge 8:05 AM Lompa & Deann 3:43 PM 3289 Edmonds
8:12 AM Roll In 3:55 PM Roll In 8:12 AM Seeliger Elementary 3:46 PM Lompa & Deann
8:21 AM Roll In 3:57 PM Roll In
Bus #2536 Middle School Bus #2536 Middle School
6:53 AM Roll Out 2:15 PM Roll Out Bus #2438 Middle School Bus #2438 Middle School
7:03 AM Mark & Emerson 2:30 PM Carson Middle School TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
7:04 AM Arrowhead & James 2:45 PM Hot Springs & Pine 6:52 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
7:05 AM Arrowhead & Garnet 2:47 PM Hampton & Pine 7:00 AM Mark Twain Elementary 2:15 PM Pioneer High School
7:06 AM Northgate & Dean Court 2:49 PM Northgate & Gardengate 7:10 AM Carson Middle School 2:30 PM Carson Middle School
7:07 AM Overpass on Northgate 2:51 PM Overpass on Northgate 7:25 AM CHS (PU Pioneer 2:47 PM Northridge & Ridgecrest
7:10 AM Kathleen & Gardengate 2:52 PM Northgate & Dean Ct. & Jump Start 2:49 PM Northridge & Carriage Crest
7:11 AM Imperial & Applegate 2:53 PM Arrowhead & Garnet Students) 2:51 PM Northridge & Spooner
7:13 AM Nye & Northgate 2:54 PM Arrowhead & James 7:30 AM Pioneer High School
7:15 AM Hot Springs & Pine 2:56 PM Mark & Emerson 7:40 AM WNC - AM Only
7:17 AM Pine & Hampton (Mon.-Fri.) *
7:25 AM Carson Middle School
*Drop off @ roundabout in front of the Bristlecone Bldg. - Middle Bldg.
Bus #2536 Elementary School Bus #2536 Elementary School
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP Bus #2438 Elementary Bus #2438 Elementary
7:38 AM 308 Agate (at street light) 3:15 PM Fremont School TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
7:41 AM Mark & Emerson 3:28 PM Nye & Lorraine 7:55 AM Community Center 3:15 PM Bordewich Elementary
7:43 AM James & Arrowhead 3:30 PM Nye & Airport 8:10 AM Seeliger 3:38 PM Boys & Girls Club
7:45 AM S Sutro & Emerson 3:34 PM 5111 Goni 8:25 AM Roll In 3:50 PM Roll In
7:47 AM Bryce & S. Sutro 3:35 PM Goni & Kelvin
7:48 AM 5111 Goni 3:36 PM Salk & Kelvin
7:50 AM Goni & Kelvin 3:37 PM Salk & Watt Bus #2241 High School Bus #2241 High School
7:53 AM Salk & Avery 3:39 PM Goni & Jefferson 6:42 AM Roll Out 2:00 PM Roll Out
7:54 AM Goni & Jefferson 3:41 PM Bryce & S. Sutro 6:48 AM Silver Sage & Sonoma 2:05 PM Carson High School
7:59 AM Nye & Airport 3:43 PM S Sutro & Emerson 6:49 AM Pioche & Silver Sage 2:21 PM Baker & Colorado
8:01 AM Nye & Lorraine 3:47 PM James & Arrowhead 6:51 AM Baker & Hickory 2:24 PM Baker & Hickory
8:11 AM Fremont 3:49 PM Mark & Emerson 6:54 AM Baker & Colorado 2:25 PM Pioche & Silver Sage
8:17 AM Roll In 3:54 PM 308 Agate (at street light) 7:01 AM Carson High School 2:27 PM Silver Sage & Sonoma
4:08 PM Roll In
Bus #2241 Middle School Bus #2241 Middle School
Bus #2337 Middle School Bus #2337 Middle School TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP
TIME LOCATION OF STOP TIME LOCATION OF STOP 7:05 AM Sherman & Dori 2:35 PM Carson Middle School
7:05 AM Roll Out 2:20 PM Roll Out 7:07 AM Sherman & Sneddon 2:47 PM Boys & Girls Club
7:09 AM 2750 Carmine 2:50 PM 2750 Carmine
7:11 AM Baker & Lander 2:30 PM Eagle Valley Middle School 7:13 AM Mark Twain Elementary 2:51 PM Sherman & Sneddon
7:12 AM Baker & Sonoma 2:47 PM Baker & Lander 7:26 AM Carson Middle School 2:52 PM Sherman & Dori
7:14 AM Baker & Armory 2:48 PM Baker & Sonoma
7:23 AM Eagle Valley Middle School 2:50 PM Baker & Armory
2:54 PM Seeliger Bus #2241 Elementary School Bus #2241 Elementary School
7:45 AM Panamint & Montez 3:15 PM Fremont Elementary
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Carson City School District

Meal Charge Regulations
PURPOSE The responsibility for meal payments to
The goal of Carson City School District the Carson City School District Nutrition
is to ensure that students have access to Program belongs to the parent/guardian.
nutritious meals to support their academ- Elementary students may turn in meal pay-
ic success through the National School ments to their teachers during attendance
Lunch Program at designated campuses. in the morning, which is sent to the lunch
At the same time, it is imperative that the room daily. Payments may be given to the
financial stability of each campus’ nutrition cashier at breakfast or lunch time. Middle
program be protected. The purpose of this and High School Students are encouraged
policy is to ensure compliance with federal to pay before school, however meal pay-
reporting requirements for the USDA ments are also made during breakfast and
Child Nutrition Program and to provide lunch with any cashier. Meals may also be
oversight and accountability for the collec- prepaid online at www.Mypaymentsplus.
tion of outstanding student meal balances. com. Funds should be maintained in the
The intent of this policy is to establish students’ lunch account to minimize the
uniform meal account procedures for Car- possibility that a student may be without
son City School District participating in the meal money on any given instructional day.
National School Lunch Program (NSLP). At the end of the school year, any remain-
Carson City School District will main- ing funds for a particular student will be
tain records to demonstrate how the policy carried over to the next school year unless
was implemented and communicated to the parent/guardian requests a refund in
households. writing. Parents/guardians may provide
Nutrition Services with a written request to
POLICY have the remaining funds of a withdrawn
Students identified as eligible to receive or graduating student refunded. Parents/ NOTIFICATION TO HOUSEHOLDS meals.
free meals will be allowed to receive one (1) guardians will be given the option to trans- OF LOW OR NEGATIVE BALANCES
free reimbursable meal during breakfast fer the remaining funds of a graduating When a student can no longer charge, DELINQUENT MEAL CHARGE DEBT
and lunch each day. Additional meals must student to a sibling’s account with a written kitchen managers are to send parent notifi- Delinquent meal charge debt is allowable
be purchased at the full-price rate. request. cation of negative balances by email or U.S. in the school’s nutrition program and may
A student with full pay status can incur If a student is without meal money on Postal. They will also call the Nutrition Of- be carried over to one successive school
negative charges up to $15.00 on their ac- a consistent basis, the administration will fice with the student’s name and may also year.
count, whereas a student with reduced sta- investigate the situation more closely and notify the Principal, Vice Principal and/ At the end of the school year, adminis-
tus can incur negative charges up to $5.00. take further action as needed. If a financial or Office Manager. The Nutrition Office tration will evaluate delinquent debt for
When the student can no longer charge hardship exists, parents/guardians are en- will contact the parent and/or guardian by conversion to bad debt. Bad debt will be
they will receive an emergency snack. The couraged to apply for free or reduced price phone and ask if they have filled out a meal restored to the nutrition program from the
emergency snack will consist of three food lunches for their child(ren) at any time application or deposited money towards general fund prior to the end of the same
items: Milk, Fruit and Vegetables. during the course of the school year. their child’s account for the purchase of fiscal year.
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2018/19 Carson City School District

Free and reduced priced meal programs

The Carson City School District is pleased to announce Infants, and Children (WIC) participants may be eligible Mixed Applications:
our participation in the National School Lunch Program for free and reduced priced meals. Additionally, children These types of applications contain children who are
(NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP), Special Milk of parents or guardians who become unemployed may be other source categorically eligible, including foster children
Program (SMP), and the After School Snack Program eligible for free and reduced price meals or free milk. and the biological children on the household. These appli-
(ASCP). For school officials to determine eligibility and process cations must include the following information;
applications for meal benefits, households must provide ■ Names of all household members
Empire Elementary is approved as a Provision 2 School the following information on the application; ■ Amount and source of current income for each mem-
under the School Breakfast Program and National School ber and the frequency of income
Lunch Program. All student(s) enrolled at Empire Elemen- Income Based Applications: ■ An indication of the program source of Other Source
tary have the opportunity to eat breakfast in the classroom ■ Names of all household members Categorical Eligibility Status
after the bell and hot lunch in the cafeteria at no cost to the ■ Amount, source, and frequency of current income for ■ Signature of an adult household member
household. Pioneer High is approved as Community Eligi- each household member ■ Last 4 digits of the social security number of the
bility Provision, under the School Breakfast Program and ■ Signature of an adult household member household’s primary wage earner, or another adult house-
National School Lunch Program, all students enrolled have ■ Last 4 digits of the social security number of the hold member’s social security number, or an indication
the opportunity to eat breakfast in the classroom after the household’s primary wage earner, or another adult house- that the household member does not have one.
bell and hot lunch in the cafeteria at no cost to the house- hold member’s social security number, or an indication
hold. Any student(s) enrolled at Pioneer High or Empire that the household member does not have one. Parents or guardians dissatisfied with the ruling of the
Elementary are not required to complete a meal applica- official may make a formal appeal either orally or in writ-
tion for the 2018-2019 school year. Assistance Program Households: ing to Mr. Richard Stokes, Superintendent, Carson City
Application forms with instructions for completing them Households that are approved for the Supplemental Nu- School District, P.O. Box 603, Carson City, Nevada 89702
are being sent to all homes. To apply for free or reduced trition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance or (775) 283-2150 for a hearing on the decision using the
priced meals, households must fill out the application and for Needy Families (TANF), or the Food Distribution Pro- school districts appeals process.
return it to the school. Only one application is needed for gram on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), are automatically In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S.
each household and applications may be completed and approved and need only provide the following informa- Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regula-
turned in at any time during the school year. Additional tion on their applications for free or reduced priced meal tions and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and
copies may be obtained from any school site. The informa- benefits; employees, and institutions participating in or administer-
tion provided on the application will be used to determine ■ The names of all children for whom the application is ing USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating
eligibility and may be verified at any time during the school made based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or
year by program officials. ■ SNAP, TANF, FDPIR case number or identifier, reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any
For up to 30 operating days into the new school year, for the children or any household member listed on the program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.
eligibility from the previous year will continue within the application Persons with disabilities who require alternative means
same school district. When this 30 operating day carry ■ The signature of the adult household member com- of communication for program information (e.g. Braille,
over period ends, unless the household is notified that their pleting the application. large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.),
children are directly certified or the household submits should contact the Agency (State or local) where they ap-
an application that is approved, the children must pay full Other Source Categorically Eligibility: plied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hear-
price for school meals. The school is not required to send a Families of children classified as homeless, migrant, or ing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through
reminder notice of expired eligibility. runaway, may submit an application with the following the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally,
When known to the Carson City School District, house- information; program information may be made available in languages
holds that have children that are categorically eligible ■ Names of the children for whom the application is other than English.
through an assistance program, SNAP, TANF or FDPIR, made To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete
or households that have children that are qualified as ■ Indication of the child’s categorically eligibility status the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-
Other Source Categorically Eligible by being classified ■ Signature of an adult household member 3027) found online at:
as; homeless, migrant, runaway, or enrolled in an eligible plaint_filing_cust.html, and at any USDA office, or write
head start or Pre- K program, they will be notified of the Foster Children: a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of
children’s eligibility for free meals. Applications do not Foster children are automatically approved for free meal the information requested in the form. To request a copy
have to be submitted for families in these circumstances. benefits. They may be included as a member of the foster of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your
All children in the household qualify for free meal benefits family’s household, as this may help other children in the completed form or letter to USDA by:
and if they are not listed on the notification of free meal household qualify for benefits, if that family chooses to also 1) Mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
benefits, the household should contact the school district apply for benefits for other children. If the foster family is Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
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eligibility must contact the school district to decline the ■ Indication of the child’s foster care status (3) Email:
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By Phillip Adler

Adlai Stevenson, in a speech

at the University of Wisconsin
in 1952, said, “If we value the
pursuit of knowledge, we must
be free to follow wherever that
search may lead us.”

A bridge player is free to

select his or her own opening
lead. To test yourself today, look
only at the West hand and the
auction. What would you select?
In the bidding, since

two clubs was natural and

game-forcing, North’s jump to
four hearts indicated three-card
support and a minimum (the
principle of fast arrival — the
quicker you get to game, the
weaker your hand). South’s had a lot of clubs. I thought my
jump to slam without using partner was likely to ruff the
Blackwood suggested a void first trick. He did not, but I was
somewhere. sure he was going to ruff on the
This deal was reported by second round, so I played an-
Sueleyman Kolata from a tour- other club without hesitation.”
nament in Turkey. Sitting West Not bad for an 8-year-old!
was Tuana Altun, playing with At the other table in a teams
her brother, Toygar Tuncay Al- match, North-South stopped in
tun. She immediately led a low game, so the Altun team gained
club. Back in at trick two with 11 international match points.
her heart ace, she led a second But if Tuana had defended
club, which her brother ruffed differently, her team would have
to defeat the slam. lost 11.
When asked about her de- In the event as a whole, six
fense, Tuana said, “I knew from hearts was bid at 31 tables and

the bidding that the opponents made 23 times.

MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2018 information about the World
— Today is the 218th day of 2018 Wide Web project.
and the 47th day of summer. TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1963,

TODAY’S HISTORY: In 1787, Philadelphia’s NBA team

the “Great Debate” over the changed its name from the
future of the U.S. Constitution Nationals to the 76ers.
began at the Constitutional TODAY’S QUOTE: “Self-
Convention. reverence, self-knowledge,
In 1945, the U.S. B-29 bomb- self-control, / These three alone
er Enola Gay dropped the lead life to sovereign power.” —
“Little Boy” atomic bomb on Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “Oenone”
Hiroshima, Japan. TODAY’S NUMBER: 4,862
In 2012, NASA’s Curiosity rover — ring count of Prometheus,
landed on Mars. a bristlecone pine tree cut
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Alfred, down for research purposes on
Lord Tennyson (1809-1892), poet; this day in 1964 by U.S. Forest
Alexander Fleming (1881-1955), Service personnel in eastern
biologist/pharmacologist; Lucille Nevada. Scientists believe the
Ball (1911-1989), actress/come- tree may have been more than
dian; Andy Warhol (1928-1987), 5,000 years old, making it the
artist/filmmaker. oldest non-clonal organism ever
TODAY’S FACT: In 1991, CERN discovered.
computer scientist Tim Berners- TODAY’S MOON: Between
Lee published the first website last quarter moon (Aug. 4) and
and webpage, which offered new moon (Aug. 11).

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By Phillip Adler

Grace Speare, a psychic and

New Age author, wrote, “Wel-
come every problem as an op-
portunity. Each moment is the
great challenge, the best thing
that ever happened to you.”

That is perfect for a bridge

player. At the table, one should
treat almost every trick as a
In today’s deal, look at only the
West and North hands. Against

four spades, West leads the heart

ace: six, eight, nine. How should
he plan the defense?
Sitting West was Charles Mc-
Mahon, playing in a pairs tour-
nament in Sydney, Australia.
The deal was originally reported king; everyone followed. Now
by Ron Klinger. West shifted to the club jack!
McMahon counted up the South understandably
high-card points, which all ex- thought this was a singleton, or
perts do on every deal. Dummy perhaps high-low from a dou-
had 14, and he held 12. That left bleton. Also, if East had the club
14 for East and South combined, king, clearly West had the spade
but since South had bid at the king. Everything seemed easy.
two-level, East rated to have Declarer won with dummy’s
only one useful honor card, not club ace, played a diamond to
two. West could also see that the his ace and ran the spade jack.
club suit was lying favorably for Imagine his surprise when East
declarer. won with the king and returned
First, though, what was the a club to West’s king for down
heart position? East’s card had one.
to be either a singleton or the If you cannot win by normal

start of a signal with a double- means, try to challenge an oppo-

ton. So, West cashed the heart nent to find the winning line.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2018 run, surpassing the record set by
— Today is the 219th day of 2018 Hank Aaron.

and the 48th day of summer. TODAY’S QUOTE: “If peace is

TODAY’S HISTORY: In to be secure, long-suffering and
1942, the U.S. 1st Marines long-starved, forgotten peoples
Division landed on the island of of the world, the underprivi-
Guadalcanal. leged and the undernourished,
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: must begin to realize without
Wayne Knight (1955- ), actor; delay the promise of a new day
David Duchovny (1960- ), actor; and a new life.” — Ralph Bunche
Charlize Theron (1975- ), actress. TODAY’S NUMBER: 1,368
TODAY’S FACT: In 1947, — height (in feet) of the wire
Norwegian anthropologist Thor suspended between the
Heyerdahl and his crew of five World Trade Center towers and
crashed into a reef at Raroia, walked by French high-wire
near Tahiti. The 4,300-mile, artist Philippe Petit on this day
101-day voyage from Peru was in 1974. Petit walked back and
undertaken to prove that pre- forth, sat and even danced on
historic South Americans could the 200-foot-long wire for 45
have colonized the Polynesian minutes before surrendering to
Islands. police.
Barry Bonds of the San Francisco last quarter moon (Aug. 4) and
Giants hit his 756th career home new moon (Aug. 11).

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By Phillip Adler

Karl Lagerfeld said, “I would

like to be a one-man multina-
tional fashion phenomenon.”
Surely he is.
Bridge’s zonal and world
championships are multina-

tional. It is a great aspect of our

game that race, religion and skin
color have no significance.
This deal occurred during
the 3rd Asia Cup, played in
Mumbai, India, in June. There

were eight championships, and

the winners came from seven
countries: Australia, China, Chi-
nese Taipei (twice), India, Japan,
Korea and Thailand.
What is the best North-South
contract? How is it made after a However, at this table, as
heart lead? Sunit Chokshi (South) appre-
In the auction, South’s dou- ciated, when you seem to have
ble over three hearts showed a superfluity of tricks, choose
three-card spade support. Four no-trump. He jumped to seven
no-trump was Roman Key Card no-trump.
Blackwood, the reply indicating After winning with the heart
three key cards (here, two aces ace, declarer cashed the spade
and the spade king). Five hearts ace to get that news. He then
asked for the spade queen; six ran the clubs, bringing everyone
diamonds showed her and the down to six cards. West had to
diamond king. West’s double retain four diamonds and three
was incomprehensible. spades to cover those suits. Not
At the other table, North- being able to do that, he was
South bid to seven spades. That squeezed and the grand slam
needed trumps 3-2 and ended made, giving India B 18 interna-

down two. tional match points.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, the mimeograph on this day in
2018— Today is the 220th day 1876.
of 2018 and the 49th day of TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1988,

summer. the Chicago Cubs hosted the

TODAY’S HISTORY: In 1945, first-ever night game under the
President Harry S. Truman newly installed lights at Wrigley
signed the United Nations Field. Rain caused the game to
charter, making the United be called in the fourth inning
States the first nation to join the with the Cubs leading the Mets
organization. 3-1.
In 1974, President Richard TODAY’S QUOTE: “I hope
Nixon announced on national that when he smiles at me / He
television that he would resign does not guess my joy and pain,
the presidency at noon the / For if he did, he is too kind / To
following day. ever look my way again.” — Sara
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Sara Teasdale, “Young Love”
Teasdale (1884-1933), poet; TODAY’S NUMBER: 2,121 —
Esther Williams (1921-2013), ac- height (in feet) of the Warsaw
tress; Mel Tillis (1932-2017), sing- radio mast in Poland, which held
er-songwriter; Dustin Hoffman the title of the world’s tallest
(1937- ), actor; The Edge (1961- ), structure until it collapsed on
guitarist; Roger Federer (1981- ), this day in 1991.
tennis player. TODAY’S MOON: Between
TODAY’S FACT: Thomas last quarter moon (Aug. 4) and
Edison received a patent for new moon (Aug. 11).

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By Phillip Adler

Edvard Grieg, a Norwegian

composer and pianist who died
in 1907, said, “Suddenly a mist
fell from my eyes and I knew the
way I had to take.”
Being a bridge player can

feel like that at times. Howev-

er, occasionally the mist is so
thick that it is difficult to avoid
tripping up. In today’s deal,
how should South play in three
no-trump after West leads a

fourth-highest heart three?

Most tournament players
open two no-trump with 20
or 21 points. Then, two clubs
followed by two no-trump is 22
to 24, which is a wide range (but
obviously has lower frequency in the suit and went back to
than 20 to 21). I like two no- hearts. South could not recover.
trump to promise a good 20 to A 3-3 split is only 35.53 per-
22. cent; finding a player with one
South starts with seven top card is 50 percent. Much better
tricks: two hearts, three dia- at trick two is for declarer to lead
monds and two clubs. He would a low spade toward dummy’s
not mind leading twice toward 10. If West has the jack, this will
his spade honors, but he does permit South to establish two
not have the dummy entries. It is tricks in the suit to go with the
also possible that clubs are 3-3. seven winners in the other three
The first declarer in a match suits.
took the first trick (if he had West wins with his jack and
ducked, a diamond switch plays a second heart, but de-
would have been lethal) and clarer takes that trick and leads
played three rounds of clubs. a second spade. He cannot be

However, West took two tricks defeated.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, World War II because of its cul-
2018— Today is the 221st day tural and religious significance to
of 2018 and the 50th day of the people of Japan.

summer. TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1988,

TODAY’S HISTORY: In 1945, 27-year-old Wayne Gretzky,
the United States dropped the already considered among the
“Fat Man” nuclear bomb on greatest players in the history
Nagasaki, Japan. of hockey, was traded from the
In 1969, followers of Charles Edmonton Oilers to the Los
Manson murdered actress Angeles Kings.
Sharon Tate and four others at TODAY’S QUOTE: “Pains of
Tate’s Los Angeles home. love be sweeter far / Than all
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Sam other pleasures are.” — John
Elliott (1944- ), actor; Whitney Dryden
Houston (1963-2012), singer; TODAY’S NUMBER: 4 — gold
Hoda Kotb (1964- ), news anchor; medals claimed by Jesse Owens
Deion Sanders (1967- ), football at the Berlin Olympics. He won
and baseball player; Gillian the fourth in the 4-x-100-meter
Anderson (1968- ), actress; Eric relay on this day in 1936, becom-
Bana (1968- ), actor. ing the first American to win four
TODAY’S FACT: U.S. Secretary track-and-field gold medals in
of War Henry Stimson persuad- one Olympiad.
ed the Target Committee to take TODAY’S MOON: Between last
Kyoto, Japan, off the short list of quarter moon (Aug. 4) and new
possible nuclear targets during moon (Aug. 11).

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By Phillip Adler

Robert Rodriguez, in his spy

adventure comedy movie “Spy
Kids 3-D: Game Over,” wrote
the line: “Only by seeking chal-
lenges can we hope to find the
best in ourselves.”

Bridge is full of challenges, but

the more counting one does, the
easier solving those challenges
will become. In this example,
can you see three ways in which
South might win 13 tricks with

hearts as trumps? Which one

works with this layout?
North responded with the
Jacoby Forcing Raise. South’s
three-heart rebid indicated a
maximum opening with no
singleton or void. After three dummy’s eight. West’s club dis-
control-bids, South used two card is a bad blow. What should
doses of Blackwood. declarer do now?
Declarer has 12 top tricks: South should turn to a dum-
four spades, five hearts, two my reversal. He cashes the
diamonds and one club. Perhaps diamond ace-king, ruffs a dia-
the club finesse is winning; but mond high in his hand, returns
that is the worst choice. to dummy with a trump to the
Next comes the plan to draw nine, ruffs the last diamond
trumps in two or three rounds, high, overtakes his final trump
then to run the spades and with dummy’s ace, removes
discard a club from the board. East’s remaining heart (discard-
Finally, a club ruff will generate ing his club queen) and claims.
a sixth trump trick and 13 in all. South takes four spades, four
So, South takes the first trick hearts, two diamonds, one club
in his hand and plays a trump to and those two diamond ruffs.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2018 — (1997- ), TV personality.
Today is the 222nd day of 2018 TODAY’S FACT: The
and the 51st day of summer. Smithsonian Institution, officially
TODAY’S HISTORY: In 1821, chartered by Congress on this

Missouri was admitted as the day in 1846, estimates that about

24th U.S. state. 95 percent of its collection is in
In 1949, President Harry storage rather than on display.
Truman signed the National TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1981,
Security Act, which established Pete Rose got the 3,631st hit of
a consolidated Department of his career, breaking the National
Defense. League record for career hits,
In 1977, postal employee held by Stan Musial.
David Berkowitz of Yonkers, New TODAY’S QUOTE: “Older
York, was arrested for the “Son of men declare war. But it is youth
Sam” killings that left six dead. that must fight and die. And it
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: is youth who must inherit the
Herbert Hoover (1874-1964), 31st tribulation, the sorrow and the
U.S. president; Jack Haley (1898- triumphs that are the aftermath
1979), actor; Jimmy Dean (1928- of war.” — Herbert Hoover
2010), singer/actor/entrepreneur; TODAY’S NUMBER: $700
Eddie Fisher (1928-2010), singer; billion — estimated Department
Antonio Banderas (1960- ), actor; of Defense budget for the 2018
Suzanne Collins (1962- ), author; fiscal year.
Justin Theroux (1971- ), actor/ TODAY’S MOON: Between
screenwriter; Angie Harmon last quarter moon (Aug. 4) and
(1972- ), actress; Kylie Jenner new moon (Aug. 11).

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By Phillip Adler

George Bernard Shaw

claimed: “A day’s work is a day’s
work, neither more nor less,
and the man who does it needs
a day’s sustenance, a night’s
repose and due leisure, whether

he be painter or ploughman.”
To solve this ticklish problem,
luckily you are probably only
recently awake after a night’s
repose. How should South plan
the play in four spades after

West begins with the three

top hearts, and East follows
The bidding was natural,
with South’s two-spade advance
being forcing by partnership
agreement. (I prefer this style The right approach is to
because then a two-heart cue- accept a trump loser in return
bid guarantees club support. If for discarding the diamond five
a new suit by advancer is non- and jack on dummy’s fourth and
forcing, the cue-bid becomes fifth clubs.
ambiguous: support or a strong At tricks three and four, South
hand.) should cash the spade ace and
South noted that his spade king. If everyone follows, de-
10 gave him a finessing position clarer draws the last trump and
should East have jack-fourth of runs the clubs for an overtrick.
trumps. So, declarer ruffed the Here, though, he turns immedi-
third heart, cashed the spade ately to the clubs. West ruffs the
ace, played a spade to dummy’s third round but has no riposte.
queen ... and suddenly had to go South ruffs the fourth heart in
down. He had to lose one spade, his hand, plays a spade to the
two hearts and one diamond queen (removing West’s spade

(when that finesse lost). jack) and finishes the clubs.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, Bloomfield, Minnesota, on this
2018 — Today is the 223rd day day in 1992, cost $650 million to
of 2018 and the 52nd day of build and generates more than

summer. $50 million in taxes for the state

TODAY’S HISTORY: IN 1972, each year.
the last U.S. ground combat unit TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1984,
left South Vietnam. Carl Lewis replicated Jesse
IN 2003, NATO took over com- Owens’ 1936 performance at the
mand of peacekeeping forces in Summer Olympics by winning
Afghanistan. his fourth and final gold medal,
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: David all in the same track events
Atchison (1807-1886), legislator; Owens had won nearly 50 years
Alex Haley (1921-1992), historian/ earlier.
author; Arlene Dahl (1925- ), TODAY’S QUOTE: “Humility
actress; Steve Wozniak (1950- ), is the awareness that there’s a
Apple co-founder; Hulk Hogan lot you don’t know and that a
(1953- ), wrestler/actor; David lot of what you think you know
Brooks (1961- ), journalist; Viola is distorted or wrong.” — David
Davis (1965- ), actress; Joe Rogan Brooks, “The Road to Character”
(1967- ), actor/comedian; Chris TODAY’S NUMBER: 1,545
Hemsworth (1983- ), actor; Pablo — federal prisoners interned at
Sandoval (1986- ), baseball Alcatraz during its 28-year use as
player. a prison.
of America, which opened in (Aug. 11).
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