Nevada Appeal Sesquicentennial Coverage

The Nevada Appeal had an article in Sunday’s paper, by Sue Ballew, about the Foreman-Roberts House, that yellow house along Carson Street north of Hwy 50, where the road climbs up a small hill. That house is the headquarters of the Carson City Historical Society, of which Ballew is a former president. So she should know the history of the house quite well. And the article was very in-depth and detailed, and if you’re wondering why I haven’t linked to it yet that’s because the Nevada Appeal hasn’t put it up on their website. So you can’t read it in the usual way.

You can read it, though, for the next four weeks using the e-Edition of the paper. What you need to do is go to this website, select the 9/28/2008 version of the paper, and then browse to page C3. Then you can read it, even though it’s a convoluted process to get there. And, those archives seem to disappear after four weeks, so hurry up and read it while you can!

Update: The article has been posted now.


  1. Thanks for the link to the Appeal’s e-edition. I couldn’t track it down on their website last time I looked. Doesn’t seem like the Appeal is posting as many stories on their main website page, so it’s nice to have that e-edition to refer to.

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