At Sierra Nevada Cancer Center, we focus on caring for the patient, not just treating their disease. Dr. Jorge Perez has developed a cancer center around patient needs–from customized treatment plans and private infusion rooms, to multiple convenient Northern Nevada location. We’re bringing advanced cancer care closer to home.
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Fallon, Nevada 89406
1107 Hwy 395
Gardnerville, Nevada 89410
2345 E. Prater Way, Suite 102
Sparks, Nevada 89434
Welcome to Eagle Valley Golf Course!
Eagle Valley Golf Course is situated in the foothills of Carson City, Nevada and is just minutes away from scenic Lake Tahoe, Virginia City, Reno and the beautiful Carson Valley.
We offer two 18-hole courses to choose from:
It is our goal as your full service real estate company specializing in the Carson City, Dayton, and Minden - Gardnerville areas, to provide you with superior service at all times. Our local expertise and extensive real estate experience will benefit you whether you are serious about buying or selling a home at this time, or are a returning client checking out the many homeowner resources we offer.
Buying a home? We look forward to helping you select the home of your dreams by taking time to listen to your needs and desires.
Carson’s full-service casino featuring:
- Over 590 Slots – Certified Loose!
- Single-deck Blackjack, 3-card Poker, Craps, Roulette
- Poker Room
- Carson’s Biggest Bingo hall
- Two restaurants
- Weekly live entertainment
- 80 recently remodeled hotel rooms
- Complete banquet facilities
Window Moisture Removal, Glass & Window Repair, Replacement Glass, Windows, Doors, Screens, Showers, Mirrors & More!!!
The Glass Guru of Carson City is owned and operated by Daniel and Julia Magrath. They are long time residents of Carson City. Daniel has spent most of his career in the construction field, specializing in the glass industry for over 20 years.
CARSON CITY - Jobs have been found for all the correctional officers laid off when the 150-year-old Nevada State Prison closed in January.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving on The Board of Appeals in the following categories:
- CIVIL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
- MECHANICAL ENGINEER
- ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
- REGISTERED ARCHITECT
Between June 7 and August 4 the Carson City Library engaged a record breaking 2,750 youth, ages 6 – 17, in signups for the 2013 summer reading program and attendance in summer learning activities. In that time, more than 21,788 items circulated from the library’s youth collection, primarily traditional books but also e-readers like Kindles, iPads, PlayAways and PlayAway Views.
It was a happy, hearty Thanksgiving in Carson City for hundreds of Carson Nugget guests who arrived for the 58th annual free community dinner. Volunteers by the dozens served everyone who walked in the door — from young families to senior citizens and all ages in between.
There is a lot of energy in the downtown corridor of Carson City. Great restaurants, shopping, and character. A number of decisions, coming soon, will have an impact on the desirability of Carson City’s downtown, the city as a visitor and business relocation destination, and ultimately property values. A large faction of citizens, seem to think parking is the issue with the vitality of our downtown. Over the course of this article I’d like to uncover whether that’s really the issue or not, and bring up some important points.
U.S. Bank partners with Junior Achievement to bring day-long program to all students at Jacks Valley Elementary SchoolSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Fri, 05/25/2012 - 8:50am
FOR PRESS INFORMATION:
Bill Heitman, executive director
U.S. Bank partners with Junior Achievement to bring day-long program to all students at Jacks Valley Elementary School
WHAT: All students at Jacks Valley Elementary School will participate in “JA in a Day” presented by Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada and U.S. Bank. Students will be taught curriculum based on financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness from U.S. Bank, Douglas County Sherriff’s Department and parent volunteers.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
With the Carson High boys basketball team clinging to a 27-24 halftime lead, the message was simple at halftime.
New York Times bestselling author Ellen Hopkins will lead a Meet the Authors dessert and wine reception in Carson City on Friday, June 14 from 6:30 to 9 pm in the Carson Nugget Community Hall in the Aspen Building on the Western Nevada College Campus.
Carson City's own Maria Arrigotti will explore the many facets of romantic love through song this weekend at the Brewery Arts Center.
A 32-year-old Carson City man faces misdemeanor larceny and stolen property charges after allegedly taking wire and a battery from a business that sells junk on Wednesday.
The man was arrested at 12:05 p.m. in the 1800 block of Lompa Lane. According to the arrest report, officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Ann Street for a report of a commercial burglary.
RENO â€“ Several Nevada business leaders took the opportunity of the upcoming Labor Day holiday to speak out today against federal legislation they say will kill jobs in Nevada at a time when the unemployed total more than 20 percent.
The following persons were arrested this weekend by Carson City Sheriff's deputies:
Enrique Lopez Aguilar, 23, was arrested Saturday morning near the intersection of Daggett and Canyon Drive for felony statutory sexual seduction. According to the arrest report, the parents of a 14-year-old girl reported that the subject had come to their residence to drop off their daughter, and they blocked his vehicle so he couldn't leave. A deputy talked to the subject, who allegedly admitted to having sex with the girl, but said she told him she was 18 years old. His bail was set at $15,000.
Nevadans Grow More Pessimistic About Economy, Question If Elected Officials Understand Their ProblemsSubmitted by Nevada News Bureau on Tue, 09/20/2011 - 2:19pm
CARSON CITY – Nevadans are more pessimistic now about the state of the economy than they have been since early 2010, according to the most recent poll commissioned by the Retail Association of Nevada.
Uninsured percentages in other counties in the region included 24.9 percent in Carson City, 22.2 percent in Lyon County, 22 percent in Storey County, ...
Carson City Ward 2 Supervisor Brad Bonkowski will hold monthly “Breakfast with Brad” meetings with local residents on the first Friday of each month at the Cracker Box restaurant. The first breakfast will be this Friday, June 7, 7:30 a.m.
Any Carson City resident is invited to sit down with Bonkowski and enjoy a cup of coffee and talk about the issues they feel are most important. Bonkowski says it’s important for him to hear directly from his constituents.
A snow storm blasting Lake Tahoe and the Sierra should arrive in Carson City and the valley floor this morning or sometime this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.
A Winter Storm Warning runs from 10 a.m. Saturday to 1 a.m. Sunday, with 4 to 8 inches of snow expected, and 6 inches to a foot in areas above 5,000 feet west of Highway 395 and the Virginia City Highlands.
"Looking at it right now, there's a better chance for snow (in Carson City) this afternoon into early evening," said National Weather Service Meteorologist Mark Faucett.
Lee Maehler of Carson City looks at a 1947 Whizzer bike at the Carson City Harley-Davidson car show & shine on Saturday. Capital Classic Productions, organizer of the show and shine, has pledged...
The man accused of pulling a gun and threatening employees at Carson City’s Olive Garden on July 21 pleaded not guilty Tuesday.
Carson District Judge James Wilson set an April 7 trial for David Paul Lane.
Superintendent Richard Stokes is performing at a %u201Csuperior%u201D level, the Carson City School Board determined Tuesday.
"I continue to be impressed with the efforts he puts in," said board vice president Steve Reynolds. "I really believe we've gotten a superior effort out of our superintendent this year."
CVCT's new production of Holka Polka is a children's play, written by D.M. Larson, about the nicest witch in Fairytale Land, who embarks on a journey to save all the witches' reputations by saving the Prince. Along the way whe meets some familiar and misunderstood fairytale characters and she also comes to find that an historically sweet and loving character is really evil. This is a wonderful family show that will appeal to any age group. The play is directed by Gardnerville's own Riley Cooper.
by Scott Schrantz Source: http://aroundcarson.com/2010/07/13/july_4th_in_carson Flickr user AgentADQ has put up some pictures of the July 4th fireworks show in Carson City this year.
Carson City Democratic Women's Club will hold a bench dedication and a memorial service on September 14th at 11 a.m. at Fuji Park's dog park in memory of our fellow members who have passed. We are dedicating the bench to Merle Riggs, Karen Priest, Liz Riseden and Shirley Swafford. There will also be a space on the bench for future passing memebers.
Following the service we will have a potluck lunch and raffle at our office at 502 John St. The public is invited to attend. Members are asked to bring drinks and food and a raffle prize. Please RSVP to headquarters at 775-841-DEMS
CARSON CITY – A panel of key gaming figures and state officials will begin meeting next month to consider the impact of Internet gaming and other technological advances on Nevada’s major industry.
Gov. Brian Sandoval announced his five appointments to the Gaming Policy Committee yesterday. The full 11-member committee has not met since 1984. Sandoval will serve as chairman.
CARSON CITY – Gov. Jim Gibbons announced today the retirement of Information Technology Director Dan Stockwell after 47 years in the field, including 14 years with the state of Nevada.
“I consider Dan Stockwell a consummate professional and a good friend,” Gibbons said. “He can be proud of his service to the citizens of Nevada.”
“I would like to thank all of wonderful public service professionals I have worked with over the years with the State of Nevada,” Stockwell said. “We have truly laid the foundation for a bright future for our state.”
Carson City Pop Warner Midget Cheer Squad is holding a car wash fundraiser. All proceeds go towards travel expenses for competitions this season.
Sunday, June 23rd
9:00am to 2:00pm
Grocery Outlet parking lot
North Carson Street
Come have your car washed and help raise funds for Regional Competition in Santa Clara, California and National Competition in Orlando, Florida!
by Scott Schrantz Source: http://aroundcarson.com/2010/07/10/low_water Around here the water goes just as fast as it comes. After peaking a month ago, the water levels in the Carson River are dropping quickly, already exposing sandbars and uncovering the smaller channel that the river actually follows nine months out of the year.Here's a photo from June:
Bruce is back. Bruce Jabbour returns to Carson Station Hotel & Casino, 900 S. Carson Street, as General Manager of the Carson City property.
Loyal guests know Jabbour as part of the management team that took over hotel and casino operations at Carson Station when it was purchased by Las Vegas based 777 Gaming two years ago.
“It feels like coming home,” said Jabbour. “I love seeing familiar faces and meeting new guests who are enjoying all that Carson Station has to offer. This is an exciting time for this property and I am thrilled to be part of the team again.”
After decades of planning and eight years of work, the last stretch of Interstate 580 freeway linking Reno and Carson City is almost done.
When it opens next June, businesses along U.S. 395 in Washoe City will see traffic outside their doors shrink by as much as 75 percent, according to Nevada Department of Transportation estimates. ...
November 18 is a very significant date in the lives of several thousand hardy Alaskans. Those folks live in a unique location known as Barrow, Alaska, which is the northernmost community in the United States.
It is located in the Far North, on the edge of the Arctic Ocean, about 320 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
On November 18, the sun sets below the horizon at Barrow and it will not peek back up over the horizon until January 24 (weather permitting).
That’s more than two months without sunshine. Wow!
by gpoppinga Source: http://aroundcarson.com/2010/07/13/atlantis_casino_resort_spa_and_offsite_data_depot_sign_agreement_for_document_management_services Move Saves Atlantis Approximately $6K/Month
SOUTH LAKE TAHOEÂ -- When Austin Pacheco launched an RBI double to straightaway center field, the Carson High baseball team made a statement that it wasn't intimidated by South Tahoe ace pitcher Max De Lallo.
De Lallo got in his licks, but so did CHS as it rolled to its second straight victory over South Tahoe in an 11-6 win on Thursday. Adam Whitt started on the mound and pitched four solid innings and Cameron Mayville added four RBI for Carson.
The head of the Carson City library system has been hired to become Marin's chief librarian.
Sara Jones emerged as the frontrunner among two out-of-county finalists and will be officially appointed to the $150,000-a-year post when Marin County supervisors meet on Tuesday, according to Eric Engelbart, a county administration analyst.