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Carson Nugget

Carson’s full-service casino featuring:

- Over 590 Slots – Certified Loose!

- Single-deck Blackjack, 3-card Poker, Craps, Roulette

- Poker Room

- Keno

- Carson’s Biggest Bingo hall

- Two restaurants

- Weekly live entertainment

- 80 recently remodeled hotel rooms

- Complete banquet facilities


507 N. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701

Carson City Toyota & Scion


3659 S Carson St
Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 882-8211

Carson City Animal Services

Carson City Animal Services provides:

  • Pet Adoptions
  • Dog Licensing
  • Animal Permits
  • Bite Investigations
  • Lost/Found Reporting of Animals
  • Enforcement of Laws Governing Animals


3770 Butti Way
Carson City, NV 89701

Carson Nugget: We're Here For You

Carson’s full-service casino featuring:

  • Over 590 Slots – Certified Loose!
  • Single-deck Blackjack, 3-card Poker, Craps, Roulette
  • Poker Room
  • Keno
  • Two restaurants
  • Weekly live entertainment
  • 80 recently remodeled hotel rooms
  • Complete banquet facilities

The Glass Guru

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.


3656 Research Way #35
Carson City, NV 89706
Tel: 775-841-1101

Valley Realty & Management

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.


3246 N Carson St # 100
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 885-5055

Eagle Valley Golf Course

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:

Eagle Valley East features a user-friendly layout and is great for walking or riding.
Eagle Valley West is a desert links-style course that challenges the best of golfers.


3999 Centennial Park Drive
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 887-2380

Carson CIty Downtown Business Association

Welcome to the Carson City Downtown Business Association, serving Carson City, Nevada. We are an organization of local businesses with the goal of providing a great downtown experience to visitors to Carson City’s historic downtown district.


N. Carson St.
Carson City, NV 89701

Sierra Nevada Cancer Center

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.

1020 New River Parkway
Fallon, Nevada 89406

1107 Hwy 395
Gardnerville, Nevada 89410

Northern Nevada
2345 E. Prater Way, Suite 102
Sparks, Nevada 89434


Sierra Nevada Cancer Center, Carson City 1460 S Curry Street, Suite 100
Carson City, NV 89703

Street Vibrations: Stunt riders video

J. Pullen stunt riders wow the crowd at Carson City Harley-Davidson Friday afternoon:


Trio keeps Irish music alive; performs Saturday at Adele's

Enjoy a traditional St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Saturday, March 16, with a hearty helping of live music by Cíana and corned beef and cabbage dinner served at Café at Adele’s.

The fun is planned for 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. and includes a variety of songs and tunes, two very different things according to Joe Blye (vocals, whistles and guitar), who, with his wife Kathy Blye (guitar and octave mandolin) and Tina Carlsen (fiddle and backing vocals), are Cíana.

Carson City shows its holiday best at Snowflake Festival of Lights

Being the capital city of Nevada, Carson City once again shines brighter and bucks the rest, turning the lights on Friday to not one but two Christmas trees during the kick-off of the two-day Snowflake Festival of Lights.

Perched on the State Capital steps, some 300 voices of the Carson City 5th Grade Singing Ensemble sang Christmas carols to a crowd of hundreds (if not thousands) of parents, siblings, dignitaries, retirees, state workers and locals who swelled onto Carson Street in good measure.

Death Notice: Rose Dryden

Rose Dryden Age 75 of Dayton, Nevada passed away on December 14, 2011. Fitzhenry's Funeral Home in Carson City is caring for arrangements.--Death Notice: Rose DrydenDecember, 16 2011 4:21 pm MST...

Setterfields celebrate 62nd anniversary

Bob and Marian Setterfield celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary at the Carson Nugget on July 11. They were married in Miami, Fla., on July 11, 1947.

The Senators are in the 4A playoffs after trouncing Douglas

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Statewide gaming revenue up nearly 3.7 percent; Carson Valley casinos down 2.6 percent

Good news for South Shore Lake Tahoe casinos to report this morning. Gaming establishments at Stateline saw a 25.42 percent increase in revenue over July 2010 figures, according to figures released today from the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Carson Valley casinos, which include Carson City, Minden, Garderville had a 2.6 percent decline in July. Casinos took in a win of $8,699,046. In July 2010 it was $8,900,097. Statewide, casinos had an overall 3.66 percent increase in "gaming win" for the month.

Voter Rolls Grow In September As Registration Deadline Looms For November General Election

Nevada News Bureau staff
CARSON CITY – The number of active registered voters in Nevada grew by 14,770 in September, nearly double the new registrations added in August, the secretary of state’s office reported today.

Carson City man faces fraud charges; DMV says he used dead person's name

A Carson City man who allegedly held a Nevada driver license in a deceased person’s name was arrested after he allegedly applied for an identification card under another dead person’s name.

Gregory Scott Rice, 54, recently applied for a Nevada ID card under the name of Ross James Martin, according to DMV Compliance Enforcement investigators.The department’s Facial Recognition System matched his photograph with a Nevada driver license issued under the name of John Clifford Butler. A preliminary investigation showed both identities belonged to deceased Minnesota men.

Reflections on the Traveling Vietnam Wall

Event Date: 
November 10, 2012 (All day)

“If thou be judged, thou shall be judged by the company ye keep”
— Author Unknown
When the Traveling Vietnam Wall came to Carson City, I was a member of the Honor Guard. In no particular order, and if I’m to be judged, then, the following comments are from men and their families whose company I choose to keep!

Legislative leaders light a fire on taxing Burning Man

CARSON CITY — Each year, Burning Man draws 60,000 people to the Black Rock Desert north of Reno to participate in a weeklong counterculture art festival.
Admittance to the bohemia isn’t free, though. You need to buy a $380 ticket. Now, some Democratic legislative leaders are looking at the ticket proceeds and wondering why the state doesn’t get a cut.

Generational landscape trend speaker featured at Feb. 25 Carson City Chamber luncheon

Event Date: 
February 25, 2014 - 11:30am

Mike Brooks, an expert on generational shifts and economic, technological and political landscape trends will be the featured speaker Tuesday, Feb. 25 at the Carson City Chamber of Commerce Soup's On! lunch.

Brooks is consultant and founder of Mission30, where he teaches executives how to evolve their business model by harnessing the power of story, authenticity and accountability.

Applications sought for three Carson City Planning Commission seats

Residents of Carson City interested in serving between 12 to 16 hours a month on the Carson City Planning Commission are encouraged to apply for three open positions.

The Carson City Board of Supervisors is seeking applications from residents interested in serving on the Commission, which oversees all Carson City planning and zoning matters, land use and growth management. Meetings are the last Wednesday of every month at 5 p.m., at the Community Center in the Sierra Room.

Carson City School Buses running normal routes

There is school today in Carson City and the school buses are on normal schedules.

$490 Thousand in Federal Stimulus To Be Spent on Nevada Tree Planting, Tree-Care Classes

CARSON CITY – Federal government efforts to create jobs through stimulus funding have expanded to encompass an urban Clark County tree planting effort and related activities, including tree care training for Spanish-speaking workers.
The Nevada Division of Forestry has received funding from the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to make 2,500 trees available for free for planting by nonprofit organizations, government entities and others on urban public lands in Southern Nevada.

Amodei Wins Republican Nomination for Congressional Special Election

SPARKS — Former Republican Party of Nevada Chairman Mark Amodei yesterday blew out the competition and became his party’s nominee for the 2nd congressional district special election on Sept. 13.
Amodei needed 162 of 323 member votes to win. He pulled in 221 votes compared to state Sen. Greg Brower who earned 56 votes and retired U.S. Navy Cmdr. Kirk Lippold who received 46 votes.

Carson Middle, Eagle Valley win hoop titles

Carson Middle School's eighth-grade girls basketball team won three straight games to capture the Tah-Neva League championship over the weekend.Carson Middle, 19-0, knocked off Carson Valley 27-24,...

Gymnastics center expands into Carson

Carson City parents will get a chance to find out what Minden parents have been flipping over for years when Tumbleweeds Gymnastics opens Saturday on Research Way.

Movie Review: 'The Thing' doesn't live up to past version

The movie "The Thing," currently playing at the Fandango Galaxy multiplex in Carson City, is labeled by its creators as "prequel" to the 1982 film that is rated as a classic sci-fi horror film. Too bad this prequel doesn't have the hard-edged script and at least some science to back up some of the more dubious scenes. (Two other versions of the same story have been made and forgotten.)

Carson City Library named Connect Nevada's 'Broadband Hero' for excellence

During the third annual Connect Nevada Broadband Summit held at the University of Nevada, Reno, the Carson City Library was named Connect Nevada’s 2013 Broadband Hero.

The summit theme, Learning in the Digital Space, was designed to promote access, adoption, and use of broadband in education. In collaboration with Governor Sandoval’s Nevada Broadband Task Force, Connect Nevada is working to bring the benefits of universal broadband to the state.

Elite Carson skydiver killed during competition

LODI, Calif. - A Carson City woman was one of two members of an elite skydiving team who were killed when their parachutes entangled at 6,000 feet during a group jump Sunday in Northern California, a San Joaquin Sheriff's spokesman...

John Riordan still enjoying a grand life in Carson City

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Brian Sandoval Claims To Be Negotiating Debate Schedule, Rory Reid Campaign Says Untrue

CARSON CITY – Republican and front-running governor candidate Brian Sandoval said today voters can expect to see him debate Democrat Rory Reid three times this fall in advance of the November general election.

Carson Victory Rollers, Sunset Rotary Club of Carson City to hold bout to benefit youth programs

Event Date: 
April 28, 2014 - 5:00pm

The Carson Victory Rollers and the Rotary Club of Carson City Sunset have teamed up for a roller derby bout to raise money for the Rotary's many youth programs.

The bout will take place 5 p.m. Saturday, April 28, 2014 at the parking lot across from the Carson Nugget. Tickets are $5 per person. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Sponsorships are available by contacting rolling4rotary@gmail.com.

Carson City sheriff identifies dead women found in Voltaire Canyon

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office has identified the two deceased females that were discovered dead in Voltaire Canyon on Thursday, Dec. 6. Next of kin notifications are complete.
The women are Monique Evans, 20 and Sandra Leggett, 24. Autopsies have been performed on each.

Meteor shower likely cause of big boom heard throughout region

Reports of a meteor streaking across the western sky Sunday morning were followed by a large explosion that rattled windows from Reno and Lake Tahoe to Tuolumne County in California, and set off alarms at the Wal-Mart in Carson City.

Live: Carson City Board of Supervisors

Watch the live video here, and join in the discussion.

Motorsports Wrap Up

The two biggest topics in the racing world this past week have NASCAR fans fired up. The first event was the surprise reversal of the penalties levied against Hendrick Motorsports and the 48 team at Daytona. While Chief Appellate Officer John Middlebrook reversed the ruling of the three-member appeals panel on points and suspension penalties, he let the $100,000 fine for crew chief Chad Knaus stand. He modified the suspensions for Knaus and car chief Ron Malec to probation.

Legislative Panel Begins Review Of State Agency Budgets Without Cooperation From Governor

CARSON CITY – An effort by the Nevada Legislature to undertake a fundamental review of several state agency budgets with an eye to improving efficiencies and saving money began yesterday without support from Gov. Jim Gibbons or his staff.

Carson High students mourn classmates

Carson High School students placed flowers and left notes of tribute Monday in the parking spaces of two classmates who died over the weekend in a scuba diving accident."RIP Stevo and Keegan" wa...

Carson City Relay for Life 2012

Event Date: 
July 14, 2012 - 2:00pm

The Carson City Relay For Life is our local event to support the American Cancer Society and to raise funds for cancer research, awareness and survivor resources and support. It's also our chance to Fight Back, Remember and Celebrate! Join us at Carson High School from 2:00PM to 8:00AM. Bring the kids and have some fun while you make a difference. For more information or to start/join a team, www.carsonrelay.org.

Long awaited sale of old Gerrard Ranch for City Open Space looks like it is finally going to happen

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An open space crowning jewel along the Carson River is poised to be added to Carson City’s growing family of outdoor recreation areas.

John Fredrick Withey

John Fredrick Withey, 85, of South Lake Tahoe, died July 26, 2009, in Carson City. He was born on February 21, 1924, in Milwaukie, Wis. He is survived by his wife Louise Withey, of South Lake Tahoe; daughter Penny Pierce of Carson City;...

The Kids’ Talking Wall is up at the Carson Mall, and they celebrated it over the weekend!

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What is hoped to be the start of a very long commitment to cherishing Carson City children and giving them a loud voice in the community was celebrated over the weekend at

Emergency Alerting System Being Tested in Carson City

Carson City will be utilizing the CodeRED Emergency Notification System on Wednesday, November 9th to call the entire community. This exercise is being held in conjunction with the first national wide Emergency Alert System test and encourages citizens of Carson City to establish emergency contact information.

The calls will be in the morning and will continue until the entire database has been attempted. This call will give Carson City emergency personnel the chance to operate the system as if there has been a community wide disaster.

Fund set up fund for IHOP victim's kin

A memorial trust fund has been set up for the family of National Guard Lt. Col. Heath Austin Kelly, who was killed Sept. 6 in the shootings at the IHOP restaurant in Carson City. Donations can b...

Column: Paying options for long term nursing care

The cost of nursing home as of May 2013 is about $7,139 per month in Nevada. The cost of nursing services in the home by qualified caregivers can be that much or even more for 24 hour care.

Hopefully we won’t need that care or not for very long. However, it seems the average need is about three years of care.

If a veteran has low income and less than $80,000 in assets, war veterans may be eligible for up to $2,000 per month for home health care, a nursing home or assisted living. A look at www.veteranaid.org will give some information about that program.

Western Nevada and Northern California fishing report for the week of April 27

Here is the fishing report for Western Nevada, Northern California and the Sierra for the week of April 27. Opening Day for fishing on California lakes and streams is April 30.

Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (530) 365-7500 www.shastacascade.com reports:
Water surface temperatures are at 44.7 degrees and water clarity has improved in most areas to 6.5 to 7.5 feet.
Lake Almanor looks great, and the bite has really picked up.
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Carson City police arrest Dayton man on weapon, drug charges

A Dayton man faces multiple drug charges and being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm.

Ian Miles Lister, 33, was arrested in the 400 block of Saliman Road in Carson City at around 5:30 this morning after an officer spotted his vehicle committing several traffic violations.

Lister provided his license to the officer but was unable to provide proof of insurance or his vehicle registration. Dispatch informed the officer that his license had been revoked, according to the arrest report.

Outdoors with Don Q: Before you drop your line here's the skinny on California fishing licenses and stamps

With the Opening Day of the 2013 California fishing season right around the corner on Saturday, April 27, if you are planning to fish on the Opening Day or the entire Opening Weekend, this is a special reminder that you will need to possess the proper 2013 license to be legal.
You can purchase that license and any applicable stamp(s) at a number of local outlets or on the Internet. If you need to buy them, here is some info:

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