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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

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

Carson City Toyota & Scion


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

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

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

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 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

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

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

Crime Log: Carson City janitor arrested on statutory sexual seduction warrant

Carson City Sheriff's deputies have arrested the following persons for felony or gross misdemeanor allegations:

  • Garrett William Dayton Bowden, 20, a janitor from Carson City, for a gross misdemeanor statutory sexual seduction warrant in his name. Bail is set at $2,500.
  • Cynthia St. John, 38, a manager from Sparks, for third-offense DUI. St. John was also arrested for misdemeanor allegations of failure to maintain a single lane and improper turning. Bail is set at $10,000.

Why do so many Nevada high school grads need “catching up” before they can take college courses?

Carson City School District Director of Curriculum Sue Keema told her Board of Trustees Tuesday night that a substantial percentage of Nevada high school graduates, including those from Carson High Sc

Women to Women interview with Assembly District 31 candidate Jill Dickman

This week's Women to Women interview is with Mrs. Jill Dickman of Sparks who is running for Nevada Assembly District 31. Jill is a businesswoman with her husband, Tom. She is also in demand as a gifted harpist who performs for several local Northern Nevada groups.

This rather shy but intelligent lady has a mind of her own, and she feels strongly about accountability when running for public office and representing the people.

Carson City Symphony Concert takes 'American Journey'

The Carson City Symphony, directed by David Bugli, will open its 28th season on att 4 p.m. Sunday with a concert, "American Journey," at the Carson City Community Center's Bob Boldrick Theater, 851...

Soroptimist offers orientation program

Soroptimist International of Carson City invites local women to an orientation program for prospective new members from 5:30-

Two charged in connection with computer thefts from Carson City Wal-Mart

Two Sacramento men face felony burglary charges after they allegedly stole computers earlier this month from Wal-Mart in Carson City, and then returned to the store on Sunday.

Four men were detained after deputies were shown surveillance photos by a Wal-Mart security officer who explained the theft to officers of the computers, valued at $2,694.

Gibbons frets about gas prices

CARSON CITY, Nev (AP) — Gov. Jim Gibbons says gas prices are up as much as 50 cents from just one month ago in tourist-dependent Nevada and other states in the West, and he wants to know why.

Death Notice: Elizabeth Mildred Doty

Elizabeth Mildred Doty, 54 of Carson City, passed away on Jan. 1, 2013. Autumn Funerals & Cremations is trusted with the arrangements. 888-6800Copyright 2013 -. All rights reserved. This material ...

28th annual Holiday Treat concert

Event Date: 
December 11, 2011 - 4:00pm

It's a Holiday Treat for all - seasonal and holiday music in many styles! The Carson City Symphony presents the 28th annual Holiday Treat concert on Sunday, December 11, 2011, 4:00 p.m., at the Bob Boldrick Theater in the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William Street.

Gusty winds blowing dust/dirt all over Carson City - Traffic hazards at south end along 395

Carson City Sheriff’s patrol units are cautioning motorists to slow down on South Carson Street as it passes by a construction site south of Snyder. Visibility drops to zero through that stretch of pavement, making it impossible to see anyone in front of or behind you.

Nevada State Prison has lengthy history of escapes, a presidential nomination and executions

After 150 years, the Nevada State Prison is now a ghost town. By the time Nevada became a territory in 1861 the need for a place to house those who broke the law was glaringly apparent and it fell to the first territorial legislature was to establish a state prison.
Abraham Curry, father of Carson City, owned and operated the Warm Springs Hotel on land located east of the capital city and readily provided a meeting place for the new governing body.

AARP Survey: Health is top concern among 50-plus Nevadans

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the top concern for Nevadans age 50 and older, according to a survey released Thursday.

AARP released its statewide survey that looks at the challenges, concerns and dreams of older adults in the state. The telephone survey was made up of 401 random Nevada residents aged 50 and over was conducted between Jan. 2 and Jan. 31. It has sampling error of plus or minus five percent.

Obituary: Anne J. Pierce

November, 1913 - April 4, 2013 No services are planned for Anne J. Pierce, who passed from this life at age 99 on April 4, 2013 in Carson City Nevada. Anne was born November...

'November Jazz' at Comma Coffee

The Mile High Jazz Band will perform "November Jazz," a program of big-band jazz at Comma Coffee, 312 S. Carson Street on Tuesday, Nov. 9 beginning at 8 p.m. General admission is $5 at the door; free for age 18 and under. Dance instruction, 6-7:15 p.m. is $5 additional.

Hundreds turn out for Carson City Sheriff's Cops and Kids fair

CARSON CITY — Despite cool weather and Friday night's snow showers, hundreds of children and their parents turned out today for the seventh annual Cops and Kids Sheriff’s Open House safety, crime and substance abuse awareness fair held at the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

Carson City firefighters respond to brush fire near Grandview and Damon

Carson City fire and emergency crews have responded tonight to a brush fire reported near a water tower area between Damon Road and Grandview Drive. Flames and smoke are apparently visible, according to initial reports.

Firefighters are entering the hilly area from both directions, according to police scanner traffic reports. The fire call came in at about 7:47 this evening. As of about 8:20 firefighters are reporting that they are beginning to get a handle on the flames. Breezy conditions continue tonight, which apparently fanned some of the flames early on.

Seven headed to Vegas, Senators finish second as a team at regionals

RENO — Even though the Carson High wrestling team came up a little short of its ultimate goal at the Northern 4A Regional Wrestling Tournament, there was a measure of consolation that made Nick Sch

NHP: Cellphone and text law for drivers begins Oct. 1

By Trooper Chuck Allen / Nevada Highway Patrol
CARSON CITY — Senate Bill 140, which was passed this year during the 2011 Legislative Session and signed by Governor Brian Sandoval on June 17, goes into effect Oct. 1, 2011. This new law prohibits the use of a cellular phone or other handheld wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle in certain circumstances. This is a primary law which means that officers do not need to observe a separate violation before initiating a traffic enforcement stop.

Shine, Nash help CHS to second-place finish

WASHOE VALLEY - Carson High School's girls golf team, thanks to improved play by Whitney Nash and Elayna Shine, placed second at the Sierra League tournament Tuesday afternoon at Thunder Canyon.

Eddie Money Concert Benefits Boys and Girls Club, Carson Valley Branch

Eddie Money performs in TJ's Corral, the new outdoor events center at Carson Valley Inn in Minden. The show takes place Saturday, June 21, 2014 with auction and ticket proceeds to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Western Nevada, Carson Valley Branch. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., live auction begins at 7 p.m. and show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Auction items include VIP trips for two to the 2015 Country Music Awards, Del Mar Race Track and Atlanta Falcons Game as guests of Coach Tice and more.
Tickets cost $60 and includes two drinks. Tickets are available at carsonvalleyinn.com or 775-783-6606.


It's Your City with Candy Duncan of the V&T Railway discusses the season and upcoming Polar Express

V&T Railway's Candy Duncan is this week's guest on It's Your City. Candy discusses the train from Carson City to Virginia City that has hosted more than 10,000 rides this season. She also discusses the popular Polar Express trains set to fire up during the holiday season. Candy is joined by a special guest from the North Pole. For tickets go to www.vtrailway.com.

Auction set for gold coins found in Carson City recluse's garage

CARSON CITY — Uncle Sam is going to get first crack at $7.4 million in gold coins left hidden away by a recluse who died without a will.
District Judge James Wilson today set a date of Feb. 26 to auction off some of the gold coins to pay off $800,000 in inheritance taxes due in March.

Proposal Would Create Bottle-Deposit Program In Nevada

By Andrew Doughman / Nevada News Bureau
CARSON CITY – Nevada could go the way of California in paying people to recycle bottles in a proposal being considered at the Legislature.
Assemblyman James Ohrenschall, D-Las Vegas, has a bill that would establish a bottle-deposit program whereby people could recycle bottles and cans in exchange for one nickel per container.

Pradere says Senators aren't a 1-man team

The Carson Senators want to make one thing crystal clear - they are not a one-man team."Everybody thinks we're a one-man team," senior wide receiver Brock Pradere said after Carson's 57-14 thrashin...

Democrats refuse to reduce rates for those who care for poor

By Cy Ryan CARSON CITY – Democrat lawmakers Saturday rejected the plans of Gov. Brian Sandoval to reduce the rates paid to doctors, hospitals, nursing homes and others who care for the medical needy. The Democratic majority on the Senate ...

CHS baseball preview

With only four seniors and seven sophomores on this year's squad, it would be understandable if the Carson High baseball team had much lower expectations than usual for the upcoming season.

Mamma, baby bear surprise family at 2:59 a.m. in west Carson City

Even though we knew that there were local bear sightings recently around Carson City, we were caught off guard early this morning when we discovered a bear in our back yard.

At 2:55 a.m. my husband was woken up to the sound of a distress call. The whimpering sound was right at the back door of our house. Michael went out onto our back patio to check out the commotion and he came face to face with a baby bear. As he turned around to come back in the house, I called the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

Travel writers get tour of Carson City's attractions

The weather wasn't ideal on Memorial Day weekend, but it didn't dampen the spirits of 10 media professionals invited here by the Carson City Visitor and Convention Bureau to see what the area has to offer.

"I know they were all impressed with all that we have to offer our visitors," said Candace Duncan, CCVCB executive director.

Carson City Leadership Institute graduates class of 2014 tonight

Today is the official graduation ceremony of the Carson City Leadership Institute Class of 2014. They’ve spent 8 months of intensive study learning about Carson City and have made new friends and business acquaintances.

Friday night at the Chamber’s annual meeting, which is sold out, the class will unveil its unique and historic class project that has the souls of some very historic figures, including our founder Abram Curry, dancing on their graves.

Don Q Outdoors: An annual winter escape to Southern California

On Feb. 12, Sal and Catali Quilici of Dayton and Elaine and I traveled by two convoying vehicles on U.S. 395 from Carson City to Lone Pine, Calif., which was the half-way point to our final destination of La Quinta.
It was our annual winter escape to Southern California.

The four of us had been invited to join Don and Norma Reasons of Carson City for several days at one of their friend’s home, located across from the ninth green at the PGA West – Stadium Golf Course in La Quinta.

Carson JV football earns second win; varsity Senators prepare for tonight's game; girls soccer takes on Damonte Ranch

Carsonsports.com reports Thursday's JV football victory over North Valleys. Meanwhile, the Carson Senators varsity team will try to match the freshmen win when it goes up against North Valleys tonight in Reno.

Carson High parent night rescheduled

Carson High parent night rescheduledStaff Writer

Carson City deputies arrest pair suspected of trafficking meth; possession of heroin, mushrooms

Carson City Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a San Jose, Calif. couple Thursday night suspected of trafficking methamphetamine and being in possession of heroin and hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Arrested were Tricia Diane Lopez, 26, a pre-school teacher and Albert Eugene Carlson, 35. Each face felony trafficking charges as well as two felony counts of possession of a schedule 1 controlled substance with intent to sell.

Downtown Wine Walk

Today being the first Saturday of the month, it was time for the Downtown Wine Walk. In photo 1, Al Canary of Bella Fiore Wines talk with some of the wine walkers. In photo 2, the "Senator" waves at those driving by the Senator Club. And in photo 3, Rob Joiner (second from right), candidate for Carson City Board of Supervisors Ward 1, and some of his supporters were enjoying the wine walk at Downtown Coin Shop. 

Beautiful day in Carson City today

Event Date: 
April 12, 2014 - 4:00pm

Here are some photos submitted today by Carson Now reader Jill Hettrick.

Celebrate community: food, music, fun

Time to celebrate this summers farmers' markets and Carson City Greenhouse Project. If you know me it's this time of year that I really glow.I know that my menu is going to be full of locally an...

Songs about life: Award-winning songwriter opens for Pablo Cruise

With songwriting credits that include “Wild One,” recorded by Faith Hill and “Stranded,” made famous by Heart, Jaime Kyle made a mark in the music world a long time ago.
Throughout her career, her songs have been recorded by numerous artists, featured on CD’s with combined sales of more than 19 million worldwide and has recorded and performed with such legendary artists as Leon Russell, Patty Griffin, Richard Marx, Amy Grant and Ozzy Osbourne. Today, she continues to perform her original music for audiences throughout Northern California.

City Center Project moves forward without sales tax increase

Although Carson City will move on to the next step in refining the proposed $49.6 million City Center Project, the Board of Supervisors voted Thursday night to not include a 1/8-cent sales tax i...

Nevada conservation projects earn RMEF grants

By the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Restoring and protecting habitat for foraging elk and other wildlife headline a list of 2011 grants for Nevada from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
The RMEF grants total $42,700 and affect Carson City, Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Lyon, Nye, Washoe and White Pine counties. One project has statewide interest, affecting teachers and students across Nevada.

Woman held in knife attack over a broken television

A Carson City woman was jailed Thursday after allegedly slashing another with a knife over a dispute involving a broken television. Wanda Louise Buckley, 54, was booked into the Carson City Jail at...

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