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CARSON CITY – Gov. Brian Sandoval said today he is making big strides in his top priority of improving the Nevada economy and growing jobs.
Sandoval said he has been making calls to businesses interested in relocating to the state and is getting ready to launch a newly revised economic development board to help the state turn the economic corner.
Lyon County authorities seek help identifying man who robbed Dayton Valley Corner Store on Monday nightSubmitted by Jeff Munson on Tue, 11/12/2013 - 9:30am
The Dayton Valley Corner Store was robbed at 8 p.m. on Monday, the Lyon County Sheriff's Office reports. While a weapon wasn't involved in robbery, the suspect took approximately $200 in cash.
The suspect is described as a white male, 5 foot five inches tall, 150 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black hat, black sweatshirt with the words CITY on the front, light colored blue jeans and light colored shoes. He was wearing a black ski mask or black bandana over the front of his face and wore black gloves.
CARSON CITY — The Capitol grounds are expected to become a campground this week as progressive groups establish a temporary headquarters for a last ditch lobbying effort for tax increases.
As many as 200 students, social service workers, teachers and progressive activists plan to live in tents during Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday as they host events and lobby legislators.
The agenda could include events at both the Capitol and the Legislature, said Jan Gilbert, lobbyist for the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, which has helped coordinate the event.
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UPDATE: Douglas County Sheriff's Office investigators have located Edward O’Donnell in Carson City. O’Donnell is in good health and will make contact with his family.
Douglas County authorities have asked for the public's help in locating a 71-year-old Minden man with a medical condition who family says has been missing since early December.
Smith's Food & Drug Stores supports the Nevada Health Centers Mammovan with a generous donation of $24,570.00Submitted by Carson Now Reader on Thu, 11/03/2011 - 1:36pm
On behalf of the Board of Directors of Nevada Health Centers, Inc and the entire Mammovan staff, thank you for your generous donation. The donation will be used to help support the Mammovan Program.
Tha Nevada Health Centers Mammovan travels throughout the state of Nevada providing mammograms to geographically isolated and uninsured women. Donations from community minded organizations like Smith's Food & Drug Stores are helping to make the women in Nevada healthier.
With requests for children's Christmas gifts soaring over the past three years, the Toys For Tots program in Carson City got a healthy boost courtesy of the Capitol Police division of the Nevada Department of Public Safety.
For the past several weeks Capitol Police officers and Nevada Department DPS staff members have been collecting new unwrapped toys, bicycles and warm clothing in Carson City to assist the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves with its the Toys for Tots collection drive effort.
The Nevada State Health Division has awarded three planning grants to Nevada organizations to develop new or enhance existing comprehensive school-based health centers. Approximately 19,000 students from three Nevada counties — Lyon, Washoe and Clark — stand to benefit from the grants. Grant monies will also be used to enhance school emergency preparedness.
Grant recipients — Healthy Communities Coalition, Nevada Board of Regents and Community Health Alliance Foundation — identify main schools for the SBHCs, and arrange for several “feeder schools” to participate.
2014 might need to be called the year of the child at Western Nevada College’s Child Development Center. A statewide initiative to enhance child care quality, new curriculum standards, and the introduction of an assessment process for teaching strategies are all part of the new year developments at the Center on the Carson City campus.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Nevada could start using instant replay in boxing and mixed martial arts within a month to help referees review crucial or controversial moments at the end of fights.
Not much Carson City news trapped behind the paywall today. There's this story about the 14th annual Turkey Roundup at Mike's Pharmacy, which collected nearly 800 turkeys to help local families. And there is a scouting report on the Carson-Maogue playoff game tomorrow night that predicts the Senators will win again.
By the California Department of Fish and Game
The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) invites nonprofit organizations to help wildlife by auctioning big game hunting license tags for the 2012-13 season. These tags will allow the highest bidder to hunt bighorn sheep, deer, elk and pronghorn antelope in California. There are only 13 of these special fund-raising tags reserved for 501(c)(3) nonprofit groups to sell and they’re sure to draw many participants to any fund-raising event.
For Immediate Release
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KOLO-TV of Reno and the Nevada Appeal of Carson City report that border patrol agents last week for the first time acquired mustangs that were trained by ...
The community is invited to attend an information open house regarding the proposed Carson City Center Project, also known as the Nugget Economic Development Project, on June 30 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Community Center’s front lobby.
The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection is asking people in the Eagle and Carson Valleys to refrain from burning wood this week during a period of stagnant air. Where wood is the only option, people should burn as cleanly as possible.
Strong temperature inversions and stagnant weather conditions can cause air pollution levels to increase rapidly in the valleys of Carson City and Douglas County.
Nevada Labor Union ‘Seriously Considering’ Ballot Initiative To Put Tax Increase For Education To VotersSubmitted by editor on Wed, 11/16/2011 - 4:19pm
CARSON CITY – A Nevada labor union leader said today his organization is “looking seriously” at launching a ballot initiative to put a tax hike to increase funding for education to the voters at the 2012 general election.
As an "Old Timer" who was born and raised in Carson City, the Nevada Day celebration has always been something special in my life.
Through many years of living in Carson City, I have enjoyed many of the activities associated with the celebration of our state's admission to the Union, way back on October 31, 1864.
Here's this week's fishing report for rivers, lakes and streams in Nevada, northern California and the Sierra, including Lake Tahoe.
Your best bet, at least for now, is to stay off any ice until it is determined the ice is thick enough to hold human weight. Ice fishing reports should trickle in over the coming weeks. This report is for the week of Dec. 11-17.
A settlement agreement with the U.S Department of Justice over the handling of its English Language Learner program will be discussed Tuesday when the Carson City School District board meets.
CARSON CITY â€“ The Nevada Legislature has reached agreement with a firm hired to help analyze the stateâ€™s revenue structure to complete a portion of the project.
The agreement reached with Moodyâ€™s Analytics requires the firm to finish the Nevada Vision Stakeholder Group portion of the contract by Sept. 15. It will require more work by the firm and two more meetings of the Vision Stakeholder Group, but the payment will remain at the initial bid of just under $100,000.
The 2011 Amgen Tour of California, the largest cycling event in North America, recently announced that volunteer opportunities have been posted on their official website, www.AmgenTourofCalifornia.com, for the race, including opportunities for Stage 1 and 2 at Lake Tahoe.
I received a letter recently stating the funding for the Community Counseling Center has been affected by the economic woes. I don't often take the opportunity to talk frankly about a growing issue within our community. Looking at the...
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In an effort to stem a steadily growing number of students turning to the internet for their basic school learning needs, and to help more kids graduate from high school, C
Signups continue for the 19th Gourmand Golf Scramble set for Sunday, June 2 at Eagle Valley West Golf Course. The tournament returns after a year hiatus and is sponsored by The Cracker Box, Café at Adele’s and Js’ Old Town Bistro. The tournament benefits the Community Counseling Center of Carson City. Breakfast and registration begin at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.
BLACK ROCK CITY, Nev. — With all 50,000 tickets apparently cashed in, the 25th Burning Man event is gearing up for the big shot, the burning of the 40-foot effigy of the Man himself right in the middle of the Black Rock Desert playa.
Live re-enactment with actors and animals, Saturday and Sunday, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Division and Musser Streets. Feel the Christmas story unfold as you drive or walk the path. From Carson St. turn west on 5th street, then north on Division Street to King Street.
The Nativity is the church’s gift to the community and there’s no cost to experience it. donations of non-perishable food will be accepted to help us feed the community’s out of work citizens.
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What are some high schools thinking? Some high schools around the nation are lowering or have already lowered the Grade Point Average (GPA) requirements for their student-athletes, and some go as low as 1.6 (a “D” average). This is absolutely absurd to me. I watched a show on ESPN about this and it left me fuming. I cannot believe that schools are so lazy to teach their pupils. They are indirectly saying: “Students struggle so we are not going to work to get them better.”
It is no secret that since the mid to late 1990’s young people turning 18 have not flown the nest to embark on their adult lives like previous generations. Parents, expecting that their fledgling adult would be anxious to venture out on their own, away from parental rules and prying eyes, have been unpleasantly surprised that movement toward independent living has been slow or even non-existent.
And they are perplexed by the choices their young adult children are making.
One escape from Nevada State Prison fits the category of “great.” Most of the others, not so much. Glen Whorton, former director of the Nevada Department of Corrections, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at the Silver Oak Executive Conference Center in Carson City on “Great and not so great escapes from Nevada State Prison.”
His talk is free and open to the public. It is the first in a monthly series of presentations by the Nevada State Prison Preservation Society on the history of the 151-year-old prison.
Friday night shined in all shapes, sizes and hearts for McKenna Mitchell, a Carson City teen stricken with bone cancer. While McKenna wasn't able to attend because of chemotherapy treatments, Carson City put on a car show the 14-year-old girl would be proud of. The event was held at Kragen-O'Reilly's.
There were 66 entries in the Show and Shine, with all proceeds going to help McKenna's family with medical costs, according to organizers Holly and Kenson Seymour.
The winners of the Show and Shine, picked by employees of Kragen-O'Reilly's on North Carson Street are:
Forest thinning on public land along the west side of Fallen Leaf Lake will begin Friday, Aug. 16, the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit announced Thursday. Thinning will take place south of the dam and will move closer to the dam in a couple of weeks.
The Forest Service will issue a forest order to close a portion of the area from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily beginning Aug. 19, through Oct. 11 for public safety due to heavy equipment operations and the felling of trees.
The GOP budget bill that garnered nearly every Republican vote in Congress has been much discussed these past few weeks, as has the author of this bill, the party’s economic “genius” Rep. Paul Ryan.
The part of the bill that privatizes Medicare, dubbed “VoucherCare” by some, has taken up most of the discussion. But when I look at the other parts of the bill, I’m amazed that conservatives are lining up to support this nutty plan.
By the California Department of Fish and Game
The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) held another successful opening of the general trout season in the eastern Sierra last weekend. Department and local officials said that although the overall number of fishing enthusiasts was down from last year, the quality of the fish caught was outstanding.
On Tuesday I received a call from an amazing man who asked, "Who would you donate money to?"
A 28-year-old Dayton man faces a felony charge of robbery after allegedly stealing a bottle of liquor from a grocery store on Wednesday and then assaulting the store security by knocking him to the ground.
Donald Lee Davis was arrested in the 170 block of Koontz Lane at 1:05 p.m. with the help of witnesses.
Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey has scheduled their winter and spring line up of special speakers on the 2nd Thursday of each month during their public meetings. Each meeting also includes resource sharing, updates and discussion on issues of regional importance such as health and wellness, substance abuse prevention and recovery, education, job training, etc.
Hospital gunman identified as husband of victim; woman flown to Renown trauma unit with life threatening injuriesSubmitted by Jeff Munson on Sun, 01/19/2014 - 11:45am
A 19-year-old Carson City man faces five misdemeanor charges including assaulting a police officer after he barricaded himself inside his father's bedroom, with the father asking officers to have his son removed.
The man was arrested at 9:20 p.m., Sept. 7 in the 900 block of Woodside Drive. According to arrest report, officers were in the area attempting to locate the man, a known gang member, following a fight earlier in which he fled from officers.
Carson City worship band I Am "They" will present two concerts in the area with Christian recording artists Bebo Norman and Nathan Tasker (Australia's 2006 Artist of the Year).Both concerts star...