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Bill Would Regulate Use of Hydraulic Fracturing

CARSON CITY — The Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining met Thursday to discuss a bill that would require the development of a program to regulate the use of hydraulic fracturing in Nevada.

Commonly known as “fracking,” hydraulic fracturing is a process in which an amalgam of water, sand and chemicals is pressurized and injected into the ground to break up rock formations. Fracking can be used in the retrieval of natural gas and oil from deep beneath the earth’s surface, which is exactly what Houston-based Noble Energy Inc. intends to do in Elko County.

Celebrate teen drivers and help Carson High School win a $100,000 grant

Event Date: 
September 15, 2012 (All day)

A celebration designed to promote safe driving habits for teenagers is in the works for Carson City. State Farm is rallying communities nationwide to promote teen driver safety by hosting events such as the one on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Carson City Farmers' Market at 3rd and Curry Street.
The program, co-sponsored by Western Nevada College, runs from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Events planned for the day will have unique elements and will generate buzz and excitement around teen driver safety.

Solar Day in Carson City

There will be two events today in Carson City dedicating new solar generation installations.

This morning at 11:30 a.m., Officials with Western Nevada College, Black Rock Solar and NV Energy will be celebrating completion of a 200-kilowatt solar project at the WNC college. NV Energy will be presenting a check for $940,000 to the college as part of the company's SolarGenerations program to help offset the cost.

2014 Nevada Special Olympics celebrates competition

Mathew Bailey of Carson City couldn't help but smile as he finished in ninth place in the 100-meter dash at the 2014 Special Olympics Nevada Summer Games in Reno.

"My mom is here and she's up on the bleachers," said Bailey, 23. "Anyways, I dedicated this race to my mom."

Matching grant program to help Nevada families save for college

Nevada State Treasurer Kate Marshall and the Upromise College Fund 529 Plan’s Program Manager, Upromise Investments, announced Tuesday the launch of the Silver State Matching Grant Program.

Carson City free daily news summary for Nov. 24

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!


Carson City Sheriff Kenny Furlong is warning residents to protect their property this holiday season in light of a recent increase of reported thefts committed by drug users. According to Furlong, many of these thefts are being committed by the victims' family and friends, stealing to support their drug habits.


The Carson City School Board gave tentative approval to a new vision statement for the district on Tuesday. The statement reads: “Our community empowers tomorrow's innovators, leaders and thinkers.” The statement is the product of the district's Vision and Strategic Planning Committee after gathering suggestions from community meetings over a period of months. Subcommittees will now investigate setting goals to match the vision statement and make improvements in four areas: Flexibility and choice in curriculum, parent engagement, community partnerships and student health.


The Carson Senators will meet the Reed Raiders on Saturday in Mackay Stadium to decide the Northern 4A football champion. Even though Reed is the favorite, Carson has beaten them two years in a row. The game will be televised on KNPB at 12:15 p.m. Tickets for the game will be available at the gate, $7 for adults, $5 for students.


Every years, retailers keep trying to push the Christmas shopping season earlier and earlier, and this year is no exception. Walmart will open at 10 p.m. tonight, pushing "Black Friday" into Thursday night. Kohl's and Target will open at midnight. Many Carson City merchants will also be offering Black Friday deals.

Help out the community by shopping local this year.

Local briefly Nov. 4

Club to help home-bound seniorsThe Carson City Raiders Booster Club is seeking donations for its annual Christmas commitment to homebound seniors. The club plans to adopt as many seniors as possibl...

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.

Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company's production of Les Misérables underway

The highly anticipated Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company production of Les Misérables is now underway at the Carson City Community Center with 10 performances of the famed international hit weekends through Nov. 24.

Produced and directed by Stephanie Arrigotti, choreographed by Gina Kaskie Davis and conducted by Kevin Murphy, the stage production features a cast of nearly 60 performers and is complemented by a professional orchestra.

Owl release planned at Mormon Station State Historic Park

Event Date: 
August 14, 2013 - 7:30pm

Wildlife biologist Jenni Jeffers will release an owl and provide a free public presentation at Mormon Station State Historic Park in Genoa on Wednesday, August 14, at 7:30 p.m.

Jeffers will show several live native owls as she discusses the life cycle of owls, their habits, habitats and how the public can help in their conservation.

Bring the family and a picnic dinner to enjoy the presentation and take advantage of this opportunity to see these spectacular nocturnal birds up close. No photographs or dogs are allowed. The programs runs until 9 p.m.

Fire on Old Clear Creek Road contained; Highway 50 open

Update 1:30 p.m.: Fire crews have contained a fire that broke out this morning near Old Clear Creek Road near the top of Spooner Summit, and Highway 50 has reopened.

The fire was last reported to be about 1.5 acres in size, and there was one home in the area that was threatened. Light winds and cool temperatures helped firefighters get a handle on the blaze, with a helicopter dumping water to help out the hand crews on the ground.

The fire is about a mile from the top of Spooner Summit, along the upper portion of Old Clear Creek Road. This road has been cut off to vehicle traffic for several years, and in places has disintegrated into little more than a path. The area is used by many hikers and mountain bikers, and some people have been known to camp in the area.

Column: What about Section 179 depreciation deductions in 2014?

For 2012 and 2013 if your business purchased equipment, you could claim the entire cost as a deduction in the year of purchase (up to $500,000). Until the law for 2014 is changed, the Section 179 deduction is limited to $25,000.

For 2014 we just don’t know yet. Congress may elect to make the Section 179 depreciation deduction the same as in 2013, but they have not acted on that yet.

Community Shred Day

Event Date: 
June 10, 2014 (All day)

It’s time for some spring cleaning and we are here to help! Holding on to your old documents or electronics, waiting for a way to dispose of them properly? DeBug will be hosting its 2nd annual Community Shred Day to help you de-clutter!

We will have Puliz Document Destruction on site to destroy any documents, and will be accepting your old electronics to be recycled!


by Scott Schrantz Source: http://aroundcarson.com/2010/07/03/homeless Here's the whole story on the motorhome fire I put up pictures of a couple of days ago. From the Record-Courier:

With 5 to 9 feet of snow, Lake Tahoe makes for promising spring ski season

Mother Nature and the lucky Leprechaun found powder at the end of the rainbow with a late season storm that dropped 5-9 feet of new snow at Tahoe South resorts this past weekend, which will provide great spring skiing conditions through Easter and beyond. Forecasts predict sunny skies throughout the week.

Non-profit Black Rock Solar builds 3 MW of clean energy

Black Rock Solar array at Western Nevada College

Just in time for Independence Day, Reno-based non-profit Black Rock Solar has reached the milestone of building 3 megawatts of solar power capacity across the state of Nevada. That’s 3 megawatts of clean, renewable energy fostering freedom from fossil fuels and building a self-reliant nation independent of environmentally hazardous power-production methods.

Dayton Celebrates 150th With Living History Event

Dayton residents were treated Saturday to a day-long celebration of the town, circa 1864, with “Discover Gold in Dayton, Again,” a living-history event presented by The Historical Society of Dayton Valley to commemorate the town’s many firsts in Nevada’s history: as the location of the first gold discovery which took place in 1849; as the first permanent settlement, founded in 1851; as the site of Lyon County’s first courthouse, opened in 1864; and also as the site of Nevada’s first marriage and first divorce.

Women to Women interview with Dr. Farnaz Khankhanian

Carol Paz, host of "Women to Women" broadcast Thursday's on Charter Cable interviews Dr. Farnaz Khankhanian, Optometrist at Eagle Vision in Carson City.

Doulas provide child-birth support, help moms relax

After 101⁄2 hours of labor, Kristin Mozzochi gave birth to her son Alessandro at 7:29 a.m. on June 13. Even though parts of the experience were overwhelming, she had her doula, Launa Martin.

Northstar gets more new snow, announces events

The snow continued to fall Wednesday at Lake Tahoe and on Northstar and is forecast to continue through the weekend. Here's a couple of upcoming events, as well as a few new offerings at Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort through the end of this winter season:

State approves K-12 education grant

Nevada has been awarded a series of federal grants totaling nearly $75 million over the next five years to help children from preschool through high school improve their reading skills. The Interi...

My One Second of Fame


I knew little about broadcast up until Feb. 14 of last week. However, when the opportunity for me to shadow Brent Boynton from KNPB arose, I jumped at it without hesitation. I had always been interested in broadcast but had focused my attention on print. This was opportunity to expand my horizons.

Carson Babe Ruth team needs funds for trip

Carson Babe Ruth team needs funds for trip

Offsite Data Depot Technology Case Study

Every decision you make in life has consequences. It's like a car with only two speeds: forward and reverse. It will either lead you to your goals, or away from them. So you need to make certain that every decision you make, is taking you in the direction you want to be headed.

Here's a Case Study on a company who made all the right decisions as to how to best reach their business goal, successfully and profitably. Decisions on things like people and expertise. They achieved it partnering with O'Neil.

The Technology User: Offsite Data Depot LLC

Family of Carson City man killed by hit-and-run driver asks for help locating the suspect

The family of a 31-year-old Carson CIty pedestrian who was struck on Highway 50 near Stateline at Lake Tahoe in the early morning hours of Aug. 10, 2013 seeks help in locating the driver who fled the scene, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Cody J. Dobson was walking on the highway, or may have stumbled from the adjacent sidewalk, just east of the MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa at approximately 3:13 am prior to being struck by a motor vehicle, said NHP Trooper Chuck Allen.

11 Countries in 11 Months

Event Date: 
Repeats every day until Mon Sep 01 2014 .
September 1, 2014 (All day)

My name is Shannon Rose Marshall. For the last four years I have been attending the University of Nevada, Reno and I will be graduating this May with a Bachelors degree in Community Health Sciences. Once I graduate, I will be embarking on an incredible journey starting in September called the World Race.


Fundraiser for Sharron Angle, Food, music, dunking booth, lots of fun. Come meet Sharron and help her with her campaign agains Harry Reid.

Column: Parenthood and its Boundaries, Limits and Wellness

All it takes is a day or two of sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aches, or pains and many of us are immediately headed toward our primary care doc’s office. Once we enter the exam room, we spill our symptoms all over the office; “I can’t breathe”, “my throat hurts”, “my head hurts”, “I FEEL AWFUL!”. But, the way you feel is not an emotion. It’s how your body feels and it feels awful.


July 2, 2011 For further information contact:
Mike Tittinger, m.tittinger@gmail.com, 310-663-4163
(or) John Wood, johnrobertwood@gmail.com, 805-280-6895

Ten years after his young wife died following a failed heart transplant, an adventurous newspaper editor is taking the long route back to his late wife’s final resting place — by walking clear across the country.
He is expected to walk through Carson City this Monday, July 4.

Nevada and Northern California fishing report through Feb. 7

Here is this week's fishing report for rivers, lakes and streams in Nevada, Northern California and Southern Oregon. This report is for the week of Feb. 1-7.

Carson City school board meets tonight, principal DUI issue not on the agenda

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. tonight in the Sierra Room of the Carson City Community Center, 851 East William Street. (Catch the live video here)
District Superintendent Richard Stokes will be absent from the meeting because of a planned vacation, officials said.

Victims Of Sex Trafficking Get Legal Protections Under New Nevada Law

CARSON CITY – A bill allowing victims of sex trafficking to clear their criminal records of prostitution-related crimes in order to get a fresh start in life was signed into law today by Gov. Brian Sandoval.

Artown's Village with Heart's Creative Fun Fair for Youth has Epic Entertainment

Epic Artown Event to Prevent Teen Homelessness
Event Date: 
Repeats every day until Sun Jul 06 2014 .
July 5, 2014 (All day)
Event Date: 
July 6, 2014 (All day)

Want some Epic family fun on the Fifth of July?

Village with Heart will be having about 50 artist and artisan booths, live performances by such artists as Acoustic Guitarist Mike Badinger, singing, & dancing by Jakki Ford, Yasmina’s Belly Dance Troupe, Johnny T's Band Abandon Minds,Uklear Fusion, Poly Nui Polynesian Dance, and teen performances by Art in Motion as well as others.

There will be shopping, art demos, do-it-yourself booths such as Tandy Leather and hands on messy fun for the whole family!

Carson Valley Trails Association gets assistance from NV Energy

NV Energy recently provided a group of volunteers to help with trail-building work on the Genoa Canyon segment of the Genoa Loop Trail. Supervised by trail builders from the Carson Valley Trails...

Consumers may get relief under new Nevada insurance law

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Consumers who have suffered an “extraordinary life event” may now ask their insurance company to provide an exception to the use of their credit information for underwriting and rating purposes, which may otherwise result in an increase in their premium rate.

“This is an important chance for some Nevadans who have suffered an unfortunate event to find relief during these trying economic times,” said Commissioner Scott J. Kipper of the Nevada Division of Insurance.

National Group Says Brand Name Drug Coupons Will Hike Health Care Costs By $253 Million In Nevada Over 10 Years

CARSON CITY – The proliferation of brand name drug “co-pay coupon” promotions lure insured consumers from generics to more expensive brands and will increase health care costs by $253 million in Nevada over the next decade, a new national study says.

‘Grow Your Own, Nevada!’ classes return to cooperative extension offices

Nevadans can learn to grow safe, fresh, organic produce at home and in school and community gardens without spending a lot of money.

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension will help show residents how during eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” gardening classes featuring “back-to-basics” best practices for producing bountiful harvests. Classes will be presented Mondays, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m., July 8 – Aug. 26, live in Reno and video-conferenced to Extension offices throughout the state, including those in Carson City, Gardnerville, Fallon and Yerington.

Paddlers Help Protect Lake Tahoe from Aquatic Invasive Species

By Kristi Boosman
Paddlers at Lake Tahoe who enjoy the peace and solitude of skimming over crystal clear waters can now join the Tahoe Keepers stewardship community to protect Lake Tahoe from aquatic invasive species, according to an invasive species multi-agency committee.

Candidates For State Education Board Seat Bring Diverse Backgrounds To Race

CARSON CITY – With education reform a top priority of Gov. Brian Sandoval, the new alignment of the state Board of Education – with four seats up for grabs on the November ballot – is taking on more importance than ever before.

One of the four seats, District 2 which mirrors the new Nevada 2nd Congressional District from Reno and Carson City east across rural Nevada, has attracted five candidates, two of whom are serving now on the 10-member elected board. The race is nonpartisan.

Nugget Project: Meet the developer (updated)

The developer chosen for the Carson Nugget Redevelopment Project will be on hand tonight to answer questions about the project.

Rick Oshinski, CEO of Sacramento-based P3 Development, will appear before the Carson Nugget Development Advisory Committee tonight in the Community Center's Sierra Room.

Carson Now plans to show live video of the meeting, as well as hosting a discussion forum.

Many questions are sure to arise, concerning the details on the project and its scope, as well as the developer and how the company was chosen.

As I've been talking to people about this project, I've collected a number of questions, that I put together below.

Tahoe Fund seeks 2014 environmental projects to support

The Tahoe Fund is actively seeking environmental improvement projects in the Lake Tahoe Basin that will restore lake clarity, improve outdoor recreation, and build a stronger sense of stewardship in the region. The organization plans to build a portfolio of projects in need of monetary support that can attract donations from the private community of individuals, businesses and foundations. The board of directors will choose a handful of projects to be 2014 Signature Projects and the focus of the Fund's summer fundraising activities.

Carson High student undergoes chemo for brain cancer, family establishes fundraising web page

The family of Carson High School sophomore Jocelynn Gill, diagnosed last month with brain cancer, remains by her side as she undergoes chemotherapy.

The 16-year-old has been at University of California San Francisco Benioff Children's Hospital since Oct. 19, beginning chemotherapy on Oct. 28, said Amy Schreck, Jocelynn's aunt, in an email.

Douglas authorities seek help from public, Center for Missing Children in finding runaway teen

An investigation continues into the whereabouts of teenage girl missing since October and reported as a runaway from Rite of Passage in Douglas County.

Investigators believe that Treasa Ramirez, 17, may be in the Reno/Sparks area. The Center for Missing and Exploited Children has been contacted concerning this case, said Sgt. Pat Brooks of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

Carson frosh girls roll past Damonte Ranch

Megan Barrett scored 26 points to help the Carson High freshman girls basketball team to a 46-20 victory at home against Damonte Ranch on Tuesday.

25th Annual The Nutcracker Ballet featuring Reno Pops Live Orchestra

Event Date: 
November 29, 2013 - 7:00pm

Please join us for the 25th Annual The Nutcracker Ballet featuring the Reno Pops Live Orchestra, Thanksgiving weekend, 2013. We put on one of the best holiday events in Northern Nevada!

Bob Boldrick Theater
Carson City Community Center

Friday, November 29th at 7pm
Saturday, November 30th at 7pm
Sunday, December 1st at 2pm

Don Q's Nevada and Northern California fishing report for week of May 28

Here is this week's fishing report for rivers, lakes and streams in Nevada, Northern California and the Sierra. This report is for the week of May 28, 2014.

Jobless Benefits For Thousands Of Unemployed Nevadans Set To Resume With Approval Of Extension

CARSON CITY – Thousands of unemployed Nevadans will soon see their jobless benefits restored with final Congressional approval Thursday of a six-month extension of the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program.

Nevada Attorney General Still Analyzing County Refund Requests Totaling $123 Million

CARSON CITY – Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto said today it will probably be another month before she can publicly report the results of her staff’s legal conclusions regarding requests for refunds from the state by Clark and Washoe counties totaling $123 million.
Masto said her office is still “moving through the process” to determine if any refunds are owed the two local governments. Once that analysis is completed, Masto said her legal findings will be shared privately with Gov. Brian Sandoval.

Tom McDonald joins Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate in Reno

Reno native all his life, Tom McDonald will bring his wealth of knowledge in the area to Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate. As a UNR alumni, Tom brings a rich background in customer service and a passion of the area to an industry that thrives on client satisfaction.

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