Scott Neuffer

Reporter

Phone: +17758811285

Email: sneuffer@nevadaappeal.com

Job duties:
I follow and report on Carson City government, business, arts and culture and other facets of the capital city. Community journalism is challenging but worth it. I love to write, and Carson is a vibrant city to cover as a journalist.

About me:
I have three children, including twin daughters, and am raising them in Gardnerville with my spouse of many years. In my life outside the office, I run a literary magazine and write books. The mountains also beckon.

2023 Nevada Press Association Awards
• First Place in News Enterprise Reporting
• First Place in Political/Government Enterprise Reporting
• First Place in Entertainment Feature Story
• Second Place in Coverage of Underserved Communities

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Recent Stories

Commercial vacancy study: Carson markets balanced

The market for commercial space in Carson City has found a good degree of balance following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent study.

Community helps 99 Cents Only employees; city reviews Sprouts plans

Ronni Hannaman, Carson Chamber executive director, discussed new businesses investing in the community, such as plans for a Sprouts market and Planet Fitness.

Carson Burlington Coat Factory to close April 19; Jersey Mike’s Subs renovations underway

Burlington Coat Factory in south Carson City is set to close doors April 19, a store spokesperson confirmed Monday. The person, who did not want to be publicly identified, told the Appeal the store’s 22 employees were given the option of transferring to the Reno or Sparks store or receiving a severance package.

Restaurants going green as part of organized dining districts

“Sustainability” can be an empty catchword some businesses use to capture eco-conscious customers. It can also be a word businesses take seriously and apply to day-to-day operations in an ongoing effort to care for the only planet humans have.

Architectural firm helping restore historic Carson building

Actual construction — and the budget for construction — will be determined in the next legislative session.

State of the Counties: Economic development benefits all

Managers of Carson, Storey, Lyon, Douglas and Mineral counties discussed economic strengths and weaknesses of their respective areas and described a common synergy.

Carson City businesses optimistic about new year

Coming off a rough couple of years and heading into the unknown of a new year, Carson City business owners still are willing to invest. “I think this year is going to be great,” said Damon Kreizenbeck, owner of Firehouse Subs off Highway 50 and the newly opened Big Chicken off East William Street. “I am very optimistic.”

Carson City bakery looking to franchise

The owners of L.A. Bakery on North Curry Street are looking to take their business to the next level by franchising.

Eyes on the future: Carson City Hohl dealerships expanding

A years-long partnership between a family-run car dealership and a local building firm has led to a sizeable investment.

Renovations underway at Nevada State Railroad Museum

The facility is geting nearly $2 million in renovations. Construction is expected to wrap up next spring.

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Scott's Photos

Exterior of the 99 Cents Only store off East William …

The state-owned historic armory building in Carson City on Feb. …

A crowd listens to Storey County Manager Austin Osborne at …

Francisco’s Mexican Restaurant at the Carson Mall on Jan. 2. …

Paul Holloway on Oct. 3, 2022 discussing Claire’s Arch, a …