Stories for March 2018

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Saturday, March 31

Friday, March 30

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An interior view of Sierra Well, located at 1605 E 2nd St. in Reno.

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Suzanne March, left, and Diane Borhani started QuantumMark, a consulting company based in Reno, more than 20 years ago.

Thursday, March 29

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The Living room at Arbors Memory Care.

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The front of Arbors Memory Care

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Nevada U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

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A group of female UNR students gather with Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve during the Ozmen Center's "Women's Initiative" launch on May 26, 2016, at the UNR Innevation Center.

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Female UNR students connect with local business and community leaders as part of the Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship's "Women's Initiative," which launched in May of 2016.

Wednesday, March 28

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The 15,000-square-foot Nu Wu Cannabis Marketplace opened in September.

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This map prepared for the City of Reno planning process shows features of the 1,737-acre StoneGate planned community in Cold Springs.

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The proposed StoneGate development is planned below the north slope of Peavine Mountain, south of current Cold Springs development, off U.S. Highway 395.

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Susan Ackerman created Inspire Reno, the women’s entrepreneurial development center that officially opened Jan. 1, 2018.

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UNR President Marc Johnson said the land is being offered for a minimum bid of $20 million.

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Daisy Bankofier's business is located at 1400 US Hwy 395 in Gardnerville.

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Daisy Bankofier poses for a photo behind the bar at her business where mixology classes are taught in Gardnerville.

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Daisy Bankofier talks about a 'zen garden' available at her business in Gardnerville Friday.

Tuesday, March 27

Monday, March 26

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A student operating a trackhoe is tasked with searching for suspected underground utilities on March 21 at the Northern Nevada Operating Engineers Local 3 Training Center.

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Some of the equipment on hand at the Northern Nevada Operating Engineers Local 3 Training Center.

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An areial view of the Northern Nevada Operating Engineers Local 3 Training Center near Wadsworth.

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How will the new federal tax policy impact your business in 2018 and beyond?

Saturday, March 24

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A rendering depicts the plans for what Kawana Meadows Development Corporation CEO Will Oswald calls "another village" for South Lake Tahoe.

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Lack of cash warns prospective capital sources you may not be a good investment.

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Oil & Gas companies or assets can be invested through a broker or online trading platform.

Friday, March 23

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It’s important to stay on top of changes in your industry — with technological advancements being at the forefront of the change one needs to embrace.

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As a business owner, you should create internal controls to ensure employees are not provided the opportunity to embezzle.

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Jensen Precast supplied and installed 20 concrete arch culverts for a golf cart tunnel for residents of Sun City Festival in Buckeye, Ariz.

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Pictured is the first of two 16-foot concrete manholes that were installed at Long Beach Airport in California.

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The Jensen Precast headquarters off of Steneri Way in Sparks.

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Employees at Jensen Precast celebrate the company's 50th Anniversary on Feb. 14.

Thursday, March 22

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"Organize Your Team Today"

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The Microsoft Regional Operations Center is located on Neil Road in Reno.

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Students from the University of Nevada, Reno's College of Business are hosted by Microsoft in Reno.

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Local high school students demo the Microsoft HoloLens during a visit to the Microsoft campus in Reno.

Wednesday, March 21

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Personal income for Nevadans is on the rise in 29 of the past 30 quarters (since the first quarter of 2010), as of the end of 2017, according to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, which notes that growth in the Silver State is trending higher than the U.S., although with some weakening as of late.

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From an economic standpoint, things are looking bright for Washoe County, especially the city of Reno (pictured).

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Sierra Air is one of many companies in blue-collar industries that offer paid in-house training in response to the lack of experience and skill possessed by the younger generation of tradespeople.

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Sierra Air holds training for new technicians at Truckee Meadows Community College.

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A student works in the SNJCC's automotive department.

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SNJCC students practice plastering walls during hands-on training.

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SNJCC students gather for a group photo.

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Students learn to lay and spread cement at the Sierra Nevada Job Corps Center.

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Students at the Sierra Nevada Job Corps Center participate in hands-on construction training.

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NYEP Housing Programs Manager Jeanine Moreland, second to far right, poses with residents during a group volunteer event at the Kiwanis Bike Program.

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A resident of NYEP sews a child's doll at a group volunteer event for Kiwanis.

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A NYEP resident participates in a hands-on workshop at the Building Women Career Fair at TMCC.

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A NYEP resident lears how to fix bicycles at the Kiwanis Bike Program.

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The snowpack in the Tahoe Basin more than doubled thanks to a series of storms during March.

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Süp in Reno is among several Northern Nevada businesses to be honored with SBA awards this year.

Tuesday, March 20

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It's important to ask the right questions when choosing the right financial advisor.

Monday, March 19

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Blockchain is a new form of data structure that is the backbone of digital currencies.

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EdgeCore is planning to build a 1.1 million square foot data center facility in the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center. This schematic represents a loose view of what it would look like from above.

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The cover of the inaugural edition of Northern Nevada Smart Money.

Saturday, March 17

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Austin Neddenriep, Foundation member Cindy Petersen, Jennifer Wedin, Foundation member Bob Cook, Mark Neddenriep, Foundation member Brenda Robertson, Jonel Neddenriep, Foundation member Gary Dove, Douglas County Senior Center Manager Travis Lee and Community Services Director Scott Morgan.

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The vacant Ormsby House sites in Carson City, south of downtown.

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Adams Hub's Chief Professional Officer Miya MacKenzie and Client Services Administrator Kat Therres sit with UNR Pack intern Nam Nguyen work inside Adams Hub in early March.

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Tom Moores, Excecutive Director of Sierra Watch stands in Martis Valley in this undated photo.

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A look at the southeast shore of Lake Tahoe, located on the Nevada side of the lake, near the Glenbrook zip code.

Friday, March 16

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Neddenriep Finanial presents check to Douglas County.

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Known for being a Dobro aficionado, Jerry Douglas will appear at A Night to Imagine, a fundraising concert for Community Chest Inc.

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Dario Watroba, a junior at Douglas High School, is concertmaster of the Sinfonia and a member of the Tigers varsity baseball team. He’s swapping his baseball glove for a violin at the Sinfonia’s annual spring concert at 4 p.m. Sunday in Minden.

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A UPS truck is loaded prior to its next rip. The Reno-Sparks region has become a launching pad for distribution and logistics across the western United States.

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Ronal Guerrero, seen here working at the ITS Logistics facility in Sparks, intends to earn his bachelor's degree in logistics at Truckee Meadows Community College.

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Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino installed a plaque to honors its dedicated employees.

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REMSA graduates take the pledge upon graduation.

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The Empire Ranch Golf Course is covered with standing water after a bad storm in January 2017.

Thursday, March 15

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A black bear runs from dogs used in aversion treatment on Monday morning near Tahoe Meadows.

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Alex Hutchinson is the author of "Endure."

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Churchill Economic Development Authority Executive Director, Nathan Strong, left, presents a CEDA Lifetime Award to Rachel Dahl, newly appointed Senior Area Manager for Nevada's Small Business Administration.

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Small Business Administration Nevada District Director, Joseph Amato, is touring rural towns throught northern and eastern Nevada and talk to small business owners about management development.

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Plenty of free yoga will be offered at an open house on Saturday celebrating Carson City Yoga’s new location, 305 N. Carson St., Suite 2.

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Did you know: About one-third of total time spent on the internet is spent watching video content?

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Shortstop Kahle Good scoops up a Reno grounder Wednesday afternoon at Ron McNutt Field.

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Landon Truesdale tees off on a low Reno pitch Wednesday at CHS.

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Jared Barnard hurls for the Senators against Reno on Wednesday at Ron McNutt Field.

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Abby Pradere on her way to winning the 4A girls 800-meter event last year at the NIAA Regional Championships. Pradere also won the 1600-meter run.

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Sierra Lutheran's Jared Marchegger runs the 1A 1600 meter finals at the NIAA State Track Championships last year.

Wednesday, March 14

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Sprawling suburban and commercial development in Las Vegas, Nevada is pushing up against the mountains in the western desert as the population increases

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Eagle Valley Middle School principal Lee Conley speaks to students Wednesday about safety in schools.

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At Eagle Valley Middle School, 17 desks with the names and pictures of the Parkland shooting victims were displayed to show students the magnitude of losing 17 people.

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CHS students sign a banner Wednesday during the national walkout.

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Adults show their support for student safety in front of Carson High Wednesday.

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Carson High students that particiapated in the walkout fill the stands at the Jim Frank Track and Field Complex Wednesday.

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Hundreds of CHS students make their way from the school to the football field Wednesday morning.

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Senior Tobias Arreola addresses the student body at Carson High Wednesday morning.

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Carson High students wore orange ribbons in support of more school safety Wednesday.

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Carson High students that participated in arally for school safety fill the stands at the Jim Frank Track and Field Complex in March.

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Carson City Library Director Sena Loyd talks with Congressman Mark Amodei about the Makerspace at the library, in Carson City, Nev., on Thursday, March 9, 2018. The Carson City Library, one of 14 libraries in the running for the 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Services, is inviting patrons to share their stories about why they love the library. Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum

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Maggie Cadena, 3, colors at the Carson City Library, in Carson City, Nev., on Tuesday, March 7, 2018. The Carson City Library, one of 14 libraries in the running for the 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Services, is inviting patrons to share their stories about why they love the library. Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum

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Carson City Library Director Sena Loyd talks with Congressman Mark Amodei about the Makerspace at the library, in Carson City, Nev., on Thursday, March 9, 2018. The Carson City Library, one of 14 libraries in the running for the 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Services, is inviting patrons to share their stories about why they love the library. Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum

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Maggie Cadena, 3, colors at the Carson City Library, in Carson City, Nev., on Tuesday, March 7, 2018. The Carson City Library, one of 14 libraries in the running for the 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Services, is inviting patrons to share their stories about why they love the library. Photo by Cathleen Allison/Nevada Momentum

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A map of the potential Interstate 11 route through Nevada.

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Carson High invited Tesla to present to interested seniors and their parents about the Tesla Manufacturing Development Program on Friday.

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Tesla officials told Carson High students Friday the company needs young “talented individuals, who share this passion and are committed to challenge and be challenged, to create, and to innovate.”

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Coach Marco Erickson explains a team building drill to his Lego Robotics crew Thursday at Carson City Montessori Thursday.

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The Lego Robotics 'Golden Dragons' pose for a photo Thursday at Carson City Montessori. They are: Jackson Isom, 7, Sujwal Yedunuthula, 7, Shaylee Erickson, 8, Jordyn Montogmery, 8, Ethan Suarez, 8, and Gavin Andree, 7. Also pictured are coaches Marco Erickson and Tonia Andree.

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Dilley, who said he is related to royalty, displays his crown and Queen Elizabeth bobblehead given to him by his daughter.

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A portrait of Richard Dilley’s parents is featured prominently in Dillie’s home.

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Meals on Two Wheels’ Randy Gaa visits with Richard Dilley while delivering lunch from Meals on Wheels.

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Muscle Powered’s Randy Gaa delivers hot, nutritious meals through his new program, Meals on Two Wheels, in cooperation with the Carson City Senior Center’s Meals on Wheels program.

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Set Of Tools For Gardener And Flowerpots In Garden

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WNC business instructor Roberta Butterfield, right, and her daughter, Kasha, will have their heads shaved on Friday, March 16 in a fundraiser for St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

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Carson City lodging properties saw a record 27 percent increase in revenue in 2017. The Epic Rides Carson City Off-Road, in its second year, is one of the major outdoor recreation and sports tourism events credited in the success.

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Nick Aliberti and his daughter Leone, 2, enjoy a recent lunch at The Union. New Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority numbers show overnight visitors spent $85 million in Carson City in 2017.

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UNLV guard Jordan Johnson (24) looks to a loose ball between Nevada guard Hallice Cooke (13) and guard Kendall Stephens (21) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball quarterfinals game in the Mountain West Conference tournament Thursday, March 8, 2018, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/L.E. Baskow)

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Tyson Trieger pulls down items to be packed and shipped from the Patagonia Distribution Center on Thursday, March 8, in west Reno.

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The Patagonia Distribution Center is 342,000 square feet and employs roughly 450-475 people.

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Orders ready for shipping move along a conveyor inside the Patagonia Distribution Center in west Reno earlier this year. Patagonia was among local companies honored Oct. 18 at EDAWN's Existing Industry Awards.

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The Patagonia Distribution Center in west Reno supports its direct-to-consumer orders, as well as its retail stores, wholesale dealers, and international accounts.

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Patagonia Distribution Center Director Dave Abeloe says he's still surprised a lot of people don't realize Patagonia's main warehouse is in Reno.

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Tyson Trieger prepapres an order for shipping at a packing station on Thursday, March 8, at the Patagonia Distribution Center in west Reno.

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Nick Aliberti and his daughter Leone, 2, enjoy a recent lunch at The Union. New Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority numbers show overnight visitors spent $85 million in Carson City in 2017.

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Carson City lodging properties saw a record 27 percent increase in revenue in 2017. The Epic Rides Carson City Off-Road, in its second year, is one of the major outdoor recreation and sports tourism events credited in the success.

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The view at Kirkwood Mountain Resort at 7 a.m. Wednesday, March 14.

Tuesday, March 13

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Nevada’s Jordan Caroline, left, ties up the Aztec’s Jordan Schakel in the second half of their semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships Friday at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Cassie Jones finished second at last year's Reno Marathon.

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Tahoe/Douglas Elks Lodge No. 2670 Hoop Shoot winner, Dustin Campini, age 10-11 boys division. Campini won at the regional shoot in Las Vegas March 3. Campini and his family will travel to Chicago for the National Finals April 21. From left: Rich Jones, Leading Knight; Cheryl Peddicord, Exalted Ruler; Dustin Campini and Gary Wendt, Tahoe/Douglas Elks Hoop Shoot Chairman.

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The Stodieck Ranch.

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The Lampe Ranch.

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Debra Garner’s jalapeño artichoke dip with whole grain crackers.

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Destry Johnson

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Some of the oldest petroglyphs in the world are located north west of Fallon near Winnemucca lake.

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New works by Tatiana “Tanya” Sozvirskaya are on display at the County Administration Building, 155 North Taylor Street, as this is her second exhibit with the County.

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Don’t Skip Out on Me by Willy Vlautin

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Health food for fitness concept with fresh fruit, vegetables, pulses, herbs, spices, nuts, grains and pulses. High in anthocyanins, antioxidants,smart carbohydrates, omega 3 fatty acids, minerals and vitamins.

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Fallon’s Chance Wood works on his short game in practice last week.

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Fallon’s Chase Irvin avoids being tagged by Spanish Springs on Saturday at Damonte Ranch High School.

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Ali Norcutt, a freshman at Oasis Academy in Fallon, and Cason Webb, a junior at Churchill County High School, ride in a rodeo held last month.

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Churchill County High School freshman Bethie Ikonen participates in the Pahrump High School and Junior High Rodeo.

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Oasis Academy Bighorns boys lacrosse team

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A look at the property in Glenbrook that recently sold for $14 million.

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A look at the property in Glenbrook that recently sold for $14 million.

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A look at the property in Glenbrook that recently sold for $14 million.

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“Very Bear and The Butterfly” by David Wise is available at childrenleadingchildren.com or mrdavidwise.com. The Kindle version will be sold on Amazon starting March 15.

Monday, March 12

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Nevada forward Cody Martin successfully makes an underhand layup Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Elks Lodge Secretary Sabina Bye, co-bulliten editor Frank Furnari, Treasurer Karyl Summers, Exalted Ruler Kent Mayer and Nevada State Elks Association Vice President Al Bye all celebrate the Elks Lodge 150 year anniversary Sunday in Carson City.

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The frequent highway crossing of wild horses in Mound House east of Carson City was common during the summer.

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Fred, an oragne tabby cat, loves being outdoors, but his paws can get frostpite in cold weather. Make sure he's inside at nighttime.

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Nevada season-ticket holder Charlotte LaCombe of Carson City shows her support Friday for the Wolf Pack at theThomas & Mack Center.

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Nevada’s cheerleaders rally Wolf Pack fans at the Thomas & Mack Center.

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Scores of Nevada fans wish the women’s basketball team good luck Friday morning at The Palms before the team left for the Thomas & Mack Center to play Boise State in the Mountain West Conference championship game.

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The Howlers energize the arena prior to the Nevada men’s game against UNLV on Thursday at the Mountain West Conference tournament.

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The Howlers, the University of Nevada band (background) and the spirit squad welcome Wolf Pack fans to a pregame party before Thursday’s game against UNLV.

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Nevada’s stuntmen lead the crowd in a cheer before the men’s basketball team played UNLV on Thursday in the Mountain West tournament.

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Carson City Sheriff’s Deputy Jessica Dickey and Bekah Bock, a social worker with the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, talk with a homeless man in Carson City on March 8. Bock works closely with specially trained deputies on the Mobile Outreach and Safety Team to help connect people in the community with local mental health resources.

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The Blackbird app is a flightsharing program.

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Rudd Davis, CEO of Backbird Air Inc., poses outside the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno during a break at the VentureBeat BLUEPRINT 2018 techology conference.

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Passengers board a charter aircraft after buying individual seats through the Blackbird app.

Sunday, March 11

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TerraCore's Paul Linton looks through a tray of core at the company's headquarters in south Reno.

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TerraCore's imager uses hyperspectral cameras that span the full wavelength of the rock.

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A table top/portable TerraCore imager.

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Paul Linton, chief business development officer at TerraCore, explains the intricate process of its geospectral imaging machine while at the TerraCore headquarters in south Reno.

Saturday, March 10

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The Wolf Pack’s Jordan Caroline stretches for a basket Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada’s Jordan Caroline, left, ties up the Aztec’s Jordan Schakel in the second half of their semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships Friday at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada forward Cody Martin successfully makes an underhand layup Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada’s defense of Elijah Foster (12), Josh Hall (33) and Jordan Caroline (24) try to stop San Diego State’s Devin Watson late in the second half Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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San Diego State players celebrate their 82-75 win against New Mexico in the Mountain West Conference championship Saturday in Las Vegas.

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The Ormsby House.

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The Ormsby House as shown in 2015.

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The Ormsby House will be on the Board of Supervisors agenda.

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Nevada’s Tiege Zeller (3) goes after an offensive rebound Friday with Boise State’s A’shanti Coleman and Shalen Shaw trying to reach the ball during the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game.

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Third baseman Abel Carter jumps above a sliding Sean Dunkelman of Douglas on Saturday at Ron McNutt Field.

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Carson senior Teigan Key winces as he anticipates a bean ball Saturday against Douglas.

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Colby Zemp delivers a pitch to a Douglas batter Saturday at Ron McNutt Field.

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Students who participated in the conference in Las Vegas.

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CHS senior Morgan Nelson, GNCU Education Branch Coordinator Julie Slocum, and CHS senior Derek Redlark are seen at the credit union’s educational branch inside Carson High School.

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CHS Vice Principal Bob Chambers looking sharp as usual in Dress for Success.

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CHS teachers Robben Williams and Patrick Tobin in Dress for Success.

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CHS students in Nicole Fagundes’ class participating in Dress for Success.

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CHS students Emily and Raelin dressing for success.

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CHS teacher Nicole Fagundes with two of her students in Dress for Success at CHS.

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CHS student Riley Dunn looking sharp in Dress for Success at CHS.

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CHS student Nick Hylan participating in Dress for Success.

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CHS Student of the Week Ulani Rizo.

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CHS student winner of Dress for Success day Eduardo De Leon Fernandez.

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CHS student Lucas Van Brow Dressing for Success at CHS.

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CHS student Mikaela Asby awarded Soroptimist Girl of the Month for November.

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CHS student Hannah Golik awarded Soroptimist Girl of the Month for October.

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CHS staff winner of the Dress for Success, English teacher Robben Williams

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CHS student Kaeli Brozovich awarded Soroptimist Girl of the Month for December.

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CHS Safe Grad 5K Run and Walk is Saturday, March 17.

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CHS Principal Tasha Fuson and CCSD Superintendant Richard Stokes participating in Dress for Success.

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CHS sharp dressed man, band teacher William Zabelski

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CHS Mr. Carson High pyramid of male contestants

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CHS Mr. Carson High students strutting their stuff.

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CHS Mr. Carson High participants

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CHS finance manager Robin Bleuss Dressing for Success

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CHS Mary Milburn Dressing for Success in uniform

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CHS Captains Evan Cherpeski and Sadie Share are pictured with the award for 3rd place in public forum debate in the league and 2nd in duo interpretation for the second year in a row.

Friday, March 9

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Nevada head coach Eric Musselman is furious after a referee's foul call in Friday's game against San Diego State.

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The Wolf Pack’s Hallice Cooke can only watch from the bench Friday after fouling out late in the second half in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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The Wolf Pack’s Jordan Caroline stretches for a basket Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada’s Jordan Caroline, left, ties up the Aztec’s Jordan Schakel in the second half of their semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships Friday at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada’s Caleb Martin drives toward the basket Friday as San Diego State’s Jeremy Hemsley guards the Wolf Pack forward in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada coach Eric Musselman is furious with a referee's foul call during Friday's game against San Diego State.

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Nevada’s defense of Elijah Foster (12), Josh Hall (33) and Jordan Caroline (24) try to stop San Diego State’s Devin Watson late in the second half Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada forward Cody Martin successfully makes an underhand layup Friday in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada starters sit on the bench in disbelief after the Wolf Pack’s loss Friday to San Diego State in the semifinal game of the Mountain West Conference Championships at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. From left are Jordan Caroline, Caleb Martin, Elijah Foster and Cody Martin.

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Nevada guard Jordan Caroline (24) is fouled on a rebound grab by San Diego State guard Trey Kell (3) during the first period of an NCAA college basketball semifinals game in the Mountain West Conference tournament Friday, March 9, 2018, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/L.E. Baskow)

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Halie Bergman of Nevada tries to block Boise State’s Braydey Hodgins from making a layup Friday during the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Terae Briggs of Nevada falls to the court in front of Boise State’s Ellie Woerner during the first half of the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game Friday at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada coach Amanda Levens tries to settle the Wolf Pack during the second half at the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game Friday at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada guard T Moe prepares to release the ball Friday for a free throw during the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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The Nevada bench is in disbelief after Boise State scored the winning basket with no time left Friday for a 62-60 come-from-behind victory in the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.

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Nevada’s Camariah King dribbles against Boise State on Friday.

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Nevada’s Tiege Zeller (3) goes after an offensive rebound Friday with Boise State’s A’shanti Coleman and Shalen Shaw trying to reach the ball during the women’s Mountain West Conference championship game.

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Senator shortstop Kahle Good leaps in an attempt to stop a Central Catholic blooper Friday at Ron McNutt Field.

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Pitcher Jared Barnard looks back a Central Catholic base runner Friday at Ron McNutt field.

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2nd baseman Kyle Glanzmann throws out a Central Catholic runner at first Friday afternoon at CHS.

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The Deco is planned to be converted from a parking structure near Victorian Square in downtown Sparks.

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A rendering of The Deco, a new apartment complex planned for downtown Sparks.

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Dr. Amber Belaustegui

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Washoe Lake State Park is hosting three programs this month: Washoe Lake Birds on March 24; a full moon hike on March 30; and an Easter egg hunt on March 31.

Nonprofits can apply for IT makeovers

Microsoft and IQ Technology Solutions are providing a combined contribution of $20,000 in funding and services to local nonprofit charitable organizations as part of the 10th annual IT Makeover campaign. Organizations have until April 10 to submit applications.

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Nevada SBA Administrative Officer Sabrina Abousaleh, left, swears in new Nevada Service Area Manager Rachel Dahl.

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Attorney David Lewandowski joined Fennemore Craig in May of 2015, roughly a year after starting his own practice in Reno.

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The 28,000-square-foot UNR Innevation Center, located on Sinclair Street in downtown Reno, includes three floors and a basement.

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A row of 3D printers inside the UNR Innevation Center's Makerspace, which is located in the basement of the 28,000-square-foot center.

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Members of Clickbio, a startup housed in the UNR Innevation Center, discuss their products. Pictured, left to right, are design engineer Kyle Pierce, CEO Mykle Gaynor, and engineer Quinn Chapman.

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Adams Hub's Chief Professional Officer Miya MacKenzie and Client Services Administrator Kat Therres and UNR Pack intern Nam Nguyen work inside Adams Hub.

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Kevin Lyons, founder of startup FlashVote, meets with team member Jake Hummer inside Adams Hub, an incubator located in downtown Carson City.

Thursday, March 8

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Brandon McCoy (44) of UNLV fouls Nevada’s Josh Hall in the first half Thursday.

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Brandon McCoy (44) of UNLV fouls Nevada’s Josh Hall in the first half Thursday.

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Nevada’s Kendall Stephens tries to block UNLV’s Kris Clyburn under the Rebels’ basket.

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The Wolf Pack’ Jordan Caroline attempts a free throw in the first half against UNLV.

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The Wolf Pack’s Caleb Martin (10) drives against a UNLV defender Thursday in a quarterfinal Mountain West Conference basketball game in Las Vegas.

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Nevada’s Jordan Caroline (24) and UNLV’s Shakur Juiston try to outstretch each other for a ball on the backboard.

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Nevada’s Elijah Foster, right, attempts to go around UNLV’s Brandon McCoy during the first half of their Mountain West quarterfinal basketball game on Thursday in Las Vegas.

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Shortstop Jared Barnard scoops up a Fallon grounder Thursday at Ron McNutt Field.

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Senior Abel Carter rounds 2nd base after blasting a triple early in the game against the Fallon Greenwave Thursday at Ron McNutt Field.

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Pitcher Ben Nelson eyes a Fallon batter Thursday as a memorial flag for teammate Timmy Jones flies in centerfield.

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Anika Soulier hands out a drawing of their proposed Rollectric Roller Skates Thursday at Carson High.

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The 'Sharks' listen to Brianna Duckworth's and Anna Soulier's Shark Tank presentation Thursday at Carson High.

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Brianna Duckworth and Anika Soulier present their Shark Tank project 'Rollectric' Thursday afternoon at Carson High.

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Caroline Coleman

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Amy O'Flaherty

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Cherilee Sorenson

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Nursing staff Highland Manor of Fallon receives Pinnacle Quality Insight’s 2018 Customer Experience Award and celebrates with a lunch.

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Bill West of Bareknuckle Brand Marketing.

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The water level at Lahontan Reservoir is more than 245,000 acre-feet as of this week.

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Cooperative Extension offers “Choosing the right tomato for you” March 13 as part of the Gardening in Nevada series.

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Looking for a home: Rita, a beautiful gray-brown tabby, is six years old. She loves to talk and surprisingly likes to play in water. I always thought cats hated water until I met Rita. Come out and let her tell you a story. Rita is charming!

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Lily is a three-year-old female border collie/Lab mix who would love a home with no cats but she does love other dogs.

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The Susan Werner Trip plays in Fallon on May 24.

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Fallon senior Jake Wickizer fields a flyball during practice this week.

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Fallon coach Lester de Braga returns for his eighth season.

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Fallon junior Hayden Strasdin works in the bullpen during practice this week.

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First-year head coach Kasey Chu hits grounders to her team while assistant coach Dawn Clark watches.

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Fallon senior Stacy Kalt prepares to through during infield drills.

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Fallon senior Faith Cornmesser works in the bullpen during practice.

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Nevada State Railroad Museum volunteer Susie Kapahee reads “The Little Engine That Could” to youngsters in the debut of “Story Time” at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City. The new program will be held every other Saturday.

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Nevada State Railroad Museum volunteer Susie Kapahee leads the new “Story Time,” program at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City. The program will be held every other Saturday.

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Kelli Oxborrow (right) poses with her daughter.

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Nevada fans sing and celebrate as their team leads UNLV during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West tournament Thursday in Las Vegas.

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UNR School of Medicine Professor Carl Sievert, center, instructs medical students in the anatomy lab at the university.

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Thomas L. Schwenk, dean of the University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine is seen outside on the grounds of the college.

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June Joplin will sing with the Mile High Jazz Band on March 13.

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Electric charging terminals.

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An electric vehicle charging station is shown in Nevada.

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Lacey Szekely, founder of Vertical Vantage, maneuvers a drone around a house. Vertical Vantage does real estate inspections using traditional means and modern drones. It also uses drone photography for real estate videos.

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Torn Waders had a booth at the ISE Show in Sacramento in January. The company is increasing its visibility by attending special events and seeking local stores to carry its products.

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A fatal crash happened in Lyon County on Monday.

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Wes Mauch of Lake Matthews, Calif. has walked over 19,000 miles with his cross since 2010.

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Wes Mauch of Lake Matthews, Calif. heads north on S. Carson St. with his cross Wednesday morning.

Wednesday, March 7

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UNLV's Jordan Johnson (24) passes the ball over Nevada's Jordan Caroline, left, and Cody Martin on Feb. 28. UNLV beat Air Force on Wednesday in the Mountain West tournament, setting up a Thursday rematch with the Wolf Pack.

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Gov. Brian Sandoval speaks during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Interstate 11/Boulder City Bypass project near Boulder City on April 6, 2015.

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Career and Technical Education Shark Tank 2017 participants. The 2018 Shark Tank is today and Friday at Carson High School.

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Carson City Triad presents Aging in Nevada and the Sanford Center for Aging, a presentation on senior wellness, at 11:45 a.m. Friday. The presentation is free and open to the public.

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Give you eyes and your mind a break. Put down the technology.

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Filiment products uses IoT technology to enhance interconnectedness.

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Career & Technical Education Shark Tank 2017 participants.

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#PressForProgress is the theme of International Women's Day 2018.

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Bill West of Bareknuckle Brand Marketing.

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A look at the interior of a Starbucks coffee shop that was built by Dennis Banks Construction.

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The opening ceremony for Fernley Dodge, which was built by Dennis Banks Construction.

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Dennis Banks Construction oversaw development of Legacy Hall, located on the University of Nevada-Reno campus.

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Dennis Banks stands in front of the entrance to the Dennis Banks Construction office in Southeast Reno.

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This is among many single-family homes being built by Dennis Banks Construction.

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Jeff Anderson, hydrologist for the Natural Resource Conservation Service, measures the snowpack with a special tool.

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Jeff Anderson and Chad Blanchard educating the youth.

Tuesday, March 6

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Caleb Martin drives to the basket against San Diego State guard Trey Kell on Saturday.

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San Diego State forward Matt Mitchell (11), center, shoots as Nevada guard Kendall Stephens (21), right, and forward Cody Martin (11), left, defend during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, March 3, 2018, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Carson pitcher Jailene Salciedo throws to a Galena batter Friday at CHS.

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Freshman Kailee Luschar lays down a bunt against Reed on Thursday at CHS.

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Inside the cabin of the Perlan II.

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The Perlan Project team posing with the space craft.

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The Perlan II can reach altidtudes of up to 90,000 feet at the edge of space.

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A conceptual design of South Carson Street.

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The intersection of Koontz and S. Carson St. as seen Friday.

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Looking south on S. Carson St. Friday. The city is looking at redesign possibilities and will hold a public meeting Wednesday.

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Carson City Elks Lodge No. 2177 held its installation of officers last to honor those who are serving until April 1. They are Exalted Ruler (Lodge President) Kent Mayer and Leading Knight Skip Reed, Loyal Knight Bruce Jurgensen, Lecturing Knight Jim Masterson (Vice Presidents). Also installed were Secretary Sabina Bye, Treasurer Karyl Summers, Esquire Al Bergstrom, Chaplain Jerry Saich, Inner Guard Karen Herbert, Tiler Shelly Clement, Trustee Wayne Willson. For information about Elk charities or membership, call 775-882-2177.

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Increased truck traffic is expected as the Lompa Ranch Development project gets underway.

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Lompa Ranch truck route map

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Governor's Trade Mission Educational Delegates in Gdansk, Poland.

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TMCC President Dr. Karin Hilgersom, right, visits the FAB Lab in Lima, Peru.

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TMCC President Dr. Karin Hilgersom, right, meets with members at SENATI, a technical college in Lima, Peru.

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An illustration of the land use plan for the Daybreak project, a 4,700-unit development planned in southeast Reno at Butler Ranch.

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Commissioners approved a lease agreement for a small sign on county property next to U.S Highway 50 near Harrigan Road, which will be replaced by a billboard.

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The Nevada Veterans Coalition will conduct a military service for 15 veterans this month at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Members of the coalition place urns in the columbarium during the February service.

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Students who went to Las Vegas include, from left, Broder Thurston, Mathew Sorensen, Adrian Martinez, Ben Bake, Will Swisher and Sawyer Gregersen.

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Archery students who competed in the state title include, standing, from left, Jessica Bolling, Cody Sponsler, Ben Bake, Josh Evans, Broder Thurston, Faith Cornmesser and Shelbi Schultz. Kneeling, from left, are Victoria Martin, Joseph Harmony, Sawyer Gregersen, Joie Gibbons, Will Swisher, Emily Rozzell, Darby Cecil and Willow Peterson.

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Fallon's Ben Dooley has been nearly unstoppable this season, winning two tournaments, as he gears toward the postseason next month.

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Fallon senior Marcel Poracky will be wrestling one final time when he competes in today's state wrestling tournament in Las Vegas.

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Fallon’s Sean McCormick greets Pahrump Valley’s Braylan Durazo before their championship bout at the 3A state tournament at the Orleans Arena on Friday.

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Fallon’s Tommy McCormick prepares to face off in the 3A state tournament at the Orleans Arena on Friday.

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Linda Rothery, left, filed for clerk/treasure on Monday. Waiting to file are incumbents Denise Mondhink-Felton (assessor), center, and Tasha Hessey (recorder).

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Richard Hickox, right, a captain with the Churchill County Sheriff’s Office, filed for the open sheriff’s position Monday morning Waiting in line is Art Mallory, who filed for district attorney.

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From left, veterans Joseph Barbeau, Forest Ladd and Robert Ornelas along with Veterans Healing Camp President Shahla Fadaie invite all local veterans to a free retreat from March 25-27.

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Jeff Anderson and Chad Blanchard educating the youth.

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Jeff Anderson, hydrologist for the Natural Resource Conservation Service, measures the snowpack with a special tool.

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A 2018 Election Vote button on a pile of other buttons

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Yerington High School’s Grey Hunt recites a poem during the 2018 Nevada Poetry Out Loud State Finals on Saturday at KNPB in Reno. Hunt won the state competition and will represent the state at the Poetry Out Loud National Finals next month.

Monday, March 5

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Nevada guard Jordan Caroline (24) reacts after turning over the ball during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against San Diego State Saturday, March 3, 2018, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Nevada forward Caleb Martin (10) drives to the basket as San Diego State guard Trey Kell (3) defends during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, March 3, 2018, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Nevada head coach Eric Musselman, left, reacts alongside assistant coach Johnny Jones during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against San Diego State Saturday, March 3, 2018, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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A large bird feeder hangs from a pole.

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JoAnne Skelly’s small bird feeder dangles from a custom hanger and prevents squirrels from pilfering its contents.

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tax tips phrase made from metallic letterpress type on wooden tray

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Christopher Giorgi, 8, checks out a virtual reality educational program during the Grand Reopening ceremony at the Carson City Library on Feb. 16. The Carson City Library is one of 29 finalists for the 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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Custom built with accuracy beyond all class standards, Triangle Labs' Schmoll-Maschinen driller/routers are the most advanced in the printed circuit board fabrication industry.

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Joseph Yearn and Quentin Knowles work in a nursing class at Western Nevada College in Carson City, Nev., on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017.

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Uber launched service across the Tahoe-Truckee region in December 2015.

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Faye Dunaway, left, and Warren Beatty present the award for best picture at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Jordan Peele accepts the award for best original screenplay for "Get Out" at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Faye Dunaway, left, and Warren Beatty present the award for best picture at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Gary Oldman accepts the award for best performance by an actor in a leading role for "Darkest Hour" at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Jordan Peele accepts the award for best original screenplay for "Get Out" at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Frances McDormand accepts the award for best performance by an actress in a leading role for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" as Jennifer Lawrence and Jodie Foster look on from right at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Gary Oldman accepts the award for best performance by an actor in a leading role for "Darkest Hour" at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Frances McDormand accepts the award for best performance by an actress in a leading role for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" as Jennifer Lawrence and Jodie Foster look on from right at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Sam Rockwell, from left, winner of the award for best performance by an actor in a supporting role for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", Frances McDormand, winner of the award for best performance by an actress in a leading role for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", Allison Janney, winner of the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for "I, Tonya", and Gary Oldman, winner of the award for best performance by an actor in a leading role for "Darkest Hour", pose in the press room at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

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Sam Rockwell, from left, winner of the award for best performance by an actor in a supporting role for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", Frances McDormand, winner of the award for best performance by an actress in a leading role for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", Allison Janney, winner of the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for "I, Tonya", and Gary Oldman, winner of the award for best performance by an actor in a leading role for "Darkest Hour", pose in the press room at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

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Allison Janney, winner of the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for "I, Tonya", attends the Governors Ball after the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Eric Jamison/Invision/AP)

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Allison Janney, winner of the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for "I, Tonya", attends the Governors Ball after the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Eric Jamison/Invision/AP)

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Emma Stone presents the award for best director at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Ashley Judd, from left, Annabella Sciorra and Salma Hayek speak at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Host Jimmy Kimmel speaks at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Jimmy Kimmel speaks at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Guillermo del Toro and the cast and crew of "The Shape of Water" accept the award for best picture at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Guillermo del Toro, winner of the award for best director for "The Shape of Water" celebrates in the audience at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Guillermo del Toro, winner of the award for best director for "The Shape of Water" celebrates in the audience at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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Guillermo del Toro and the cast and crew of "The Shape of Water" accept the award for best picture at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Saturday, March 3

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Nevada's Caleb Martin (10) shoots during the second half against San Diego State on Saturday.

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San Diego State's Kameron Rooks blocks a shot by Nevada's Jordan Caroline in the first half Saturday.

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Nevada's Jordan Caroline reacts after losing the ball during the second half of Saturday's game at San Diego State.

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Third baseman Abel Carter grabs a grounder last season in a playoff game against Damonte Ranch.

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A record 79 Jump Start students from seven high schools and two academies were part of Western Nevada College’s 2017 Commencement class last May.

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Honest Horses: A Portrait of the Mustang in the Great Basin is part of the Nevada Touring Initiative-Traveling Exhibition Program and is showing at Western Nevada College in Carson City until April 13.

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Paula Morin spent three years taking photos of wild horses in the Great Basin.

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Carson Tahoe Health recently revamped its website, and it’s viewable from any electronic device.

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Carson Tahoe Health’s redesigned website features an interactive provider and location directory, enhanced navigation, wellness blogs, local emergency alerts, and more.

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Student Briana Sanchez competing in the NJROTC Orienteering Top 10 Nationals.

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CHS student Trinity Harvey competing in the NJROTC Orienteering Top 10 Nationals.

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Student of the Week Jakob Carlson

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Senior in the Spotlight Blaise Bonomo

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Robotics team Cyber Mafia at the State Championship.

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The NJROTC orienteering team achieved top ten status at nationals.

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Members of the CHS robotics team, Cyber Mafia, dropped by the branch inside the school to deliver a thank you to GNCU Branch Coordinator Julie Slocum.

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The NJROTC orienteering team visiting the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Nevada State Museum volunteer Cliff Dunseth talks about the history of Coin Press No. 1 to museum visitors. The museum will be holding a two-day training session for new and existing volunteers March 26-27.

Friday, March 2

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Jason Gardner competes in the newspaper toss during the End of Bike Week Party on Friday evening in McFadden Plaza.

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Nevada's Cody Martin, left, leads a fast break against Colorado State on Feb. 25. The Pack ends the regular season Saturday at San Diego State.

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The Douglas County Board of Commissioners approved a 178-home project north of Haystack Drive near Sunridge when they meet on Thursday.

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A large portion of a tree fell during the storm at the Capitol Hill Apartments as seen here Friday morning on Telegraph St.

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A Douglas County plow driver clears Sundridge Drive just below Sierra Lutheran High School Friday morning.

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An NDOT plow driver clears US Hwy. 50 eastbound Friday morning at about the 5500' level.

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A Carson City plow dirver clears Caroline St. friday morning.

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Bambi and John Torres of Indian Hills clear their driveway of snow early Friday morning.

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Kids frolic in the snow Friday morning at the Kings Canyon trailhead.

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Natalia Sulprizio slides down Daggett Drive Friday morning in west Carson City.

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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt will visit the Fernley Republican Women March 20 at Fernley City Hall, 595 Silver Lace Blvd.

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From left, veterans Joseph Barbeau, Forest Ladd and Robert Ornelas along with Veterans Healing Camp President Shahla Fadaie invite all local veterans to a free retreat from March 25-27.

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The Tesla Model X is equipped with falcon wing doors that rise and open soundlessly.

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NNBW reporter Kaleb M. Roedel, right, prepares to take a test drive in a Tesla Model X as Guy Hall, director of SacEV, exits the vehicle.

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A map of Nevada's Freght Plan coverage areas.

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Trucks move along one of Nevada's highways. Nevada's Freight Plan was named one of the best in the nation.

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Chase Bank South Meadows branch manager Julie Wood cuts the ribbon on Chase new Reno location on Feb. 27. She is flanked by Chase managers, employees, and guests.

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from Left to Right: Julie Wood, Chase branch manager, and Karel Bustos, Chase Consumer and Business Banking Market Director, welcome Kristin Loebbecke from The Children’s Cabinet to the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 27.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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The storm the National Weather Service Reno previewed as the “biggest storm of 2018” is moving through the Lake Tahoe area, and has delivered 36 inches of snow to the slopes of Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe with another foot of snow expected to fall by Saturday night.

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Taylor Russo from the Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce welcomes Chase branch manager Julie Wood and Karel Bustos, Chase Consumer and Business Banking market director, to the business community. Chase Bank's new South Meadows Reno branch held a ribbon cutting on Feb. 27.

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Andy Chapman (left), Cindy Gustafson (right) accept the award for the Local Luminary Campaign.

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Motorists drive on Highway 50 at the Clear Creek turn off.

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2.5 inches overnight at the Nevada Appeal.

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The snow near Geoff Dornan's home at 5,280 feet above sea level north of Reno.

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Peavine Peak north of Reno which, a week ago, had no snow.

Thursday, March 1

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Sarai Jauregui-Rivas, 14, of the CHS Robotics Team gives Carson City School Superintendent Richard Stokes a lesson on how to drive one of the team's robots Wednesday night at the high school.

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Gonzaga forward Rui Hachimura playing against San Diego on Feb. 22. Reports say the Mountain West Conference is discussing Gonzaga joining the league for basketball.

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Mark Salinas, director of arts and culture for Carson City, has been appointed to the board of the Nevada Arts Council by Gov. Brian Sandoval.

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Carson High School’s band program is in need of new music stands, percussion instruments and other equipment. An annual wine and silent auction fundraiser on March 9 will help meet that need.

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Leta Otuafi (24) glides toward the bucket Saturday at Lawlor Events Center.

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Greenwave players rush center court at the final buzzer in Reno Saturday.

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Senior Faith Cornmesser (30) hauls down a rebound during the state championship game Saturday.

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An example of the ticks used in Monika Gulia-Nuss’ lab that demonstrate the differences between an unfed and blood fed larvae. Photo taken by Andrew Nuss, assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno.

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Caption: The artwork of Keven Bell is now showing through March 24 at the Churchill Arts Council. A reception for Bell, though, is March 10 from 5-7 p.m.

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Senior Caitlyn Welch shoots a jumper Saturday in Reno.

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Head Coach Anne Smith rallies her squad towards the end of the game Saturday in Reno.

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Fallon's Elijah Jackson shoots a basket past Spring Creek's Jake Oliphant during regionals.

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Lily is a three-year-old female border collie/Lab mix who would love a home with no cats but she does love other dogs.

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Looking for a home: Boss, an adorable Catahoula-pit mix, is four years old. He is so cute and loves to play ball so much that he plays by himself. Boss needs a home with no other pets or children. If you can throw a ball, come out and play a game with him.

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herbs and spices on white wood table

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Star Bart Hyde and student Jordan Medrano dance during last year's Dancing With the Stars Event.