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This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Liz Andrews-Booth, president of the Carson City Downtown Business Association and owner of Liz's Biz. She discusses with hostess Carol Paz, a bit about her background, including serving in the Marine Corps and the California Army National Guard, and the latest goings on in Carson City downtown plans.
This week's guest on "Women to Women with Carol Paz" comes in two parts. Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong met before a panel of local women recently and fielded questions related to law enforcement issues in the area.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who are considered persons of interest in a theft last month at the Walmart Store located on Grant Avenue in Gardnerville.
On July 19, 2014 at approximately 9:46 p.m., two male suspects in the photo here entered Walmart and selected several items. They brought the merchandise they selected to the self-check register. The males scanned each of the items and placed the items into bags, then left the store without paying for the merchandise.
This week's Women to Women Nevada interview is with Kame Masterson of Carson City who is owner of a home-based anti-aging business.
During the interview, in which Masterson explains her background, she also shares some of her family's story of how her parents, both Japanese, were put into internment camps during World War II.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year at Carson City's Brewery Arts Center Feb. 8. 2 p.m. with traditional Chinese dance featuring Nevada Arts Council artist Xian Na Carlson.
Xian Na Carlson began learning folk dances as a child growing up in Zhangzhou, China. From her aunt she learned the Tuan Shan, (fan dance), the Xin Jiang regional dance and Tai Ji forms.
More than 50 vocal residents and a responsive town board threw a wrench in plans for a Walmart Supercenter in south Gardnerville this week.
A Carson City teen is considered missing or a runaway and is being sought by the Carson City Sheriff’s Office and the Division of Child and Family Services. Blaze Christopher Thomas, 16, was last seen July 31.
On July 31, 2014, he left his current residence in the 3400 block Orovada Drive where he was placed in foster care with a relative. Neighbors reported him leaving the home around 11 a.m. carrying a duffel bag and suitcase, which he strapped to the back of his motorbike/scooter.
Carson City and Carson Valley casinos saw gaming profits remain flat in September while Lake Tahoe and overall statewide figures show a steady increase, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reports Thursday.
Statewide nonrestricted gaming licensees reported a total “gaming win” of $892,748,756 for the month of September, a 3.33 percent increase compared to September 2011. For the fiscal year (July 1 through Sept. 30, 2012), gaming win has increased 5.63 percent.
The weather was cool and the track fast as nearly 70 racecars competed at Fernley 95A Speedway on Saturday, June 9.
Lake Tahoe-based McCall Realty (www.mccalltahoe.com) will donate all its profits through 2010 to five area children’s non-profit organizations: Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), South Lake Tahoe Police Activities League (PAL), South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center, and Tahoe Youth and Family Services.
Douglas County Business Licenses, as of Oct. 13:Agape Caregivers of Carson Valley, 1764 Merino Circle, Gardnerville, owner Jacquelin Z. Wilhelmi, new.
This week's Women to Women is with Dr. Robin Titus from Smith Valley, Nev. She is running for Nevada Assembly, District 31.
In its third season, Women to Women Nevada, hosted by Carol Paz of Carson City, is televised on Charter Media every Thursday at 7 p.m. on Channel 190 in Carson City, Gardnerville, Dayton, Reno, Sparks, Fernley, Fallon and Lake Tahoe. The program also airs Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at 8-8:30 p.m. and on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to noon. Episodes also appear every Friday on Carson Now.
The Action Adventure Expo will be held May 16 and 17, 2014, in the Pavilion at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Gardnerville.
The event will feature vendors from the Carson Valley and Lake Tahoe, including Grand Sponsor David Wally's Hot Springs Resort and Spa. The focus will be on the active or adventurous lifestyle.
Adventures in food and music will be offered, as well as the latest tips or equipment for action. Free admission. Please see more at www.goldenbearevents.com
Here is the Carson City road construction and maintenance report for Monday July 25 through Sunday, July 31. Beginning Tuesday, July 26, Saliman Road will be closed at Robinson Street for construction of a water transmission line. Detours will be marked. The road is expected to remained closed until Aug. 21.
Douglas County authorities say the man in the photograph above filled a shopping cart full of goods July 3 at the Walmart store in Gardnerville and left without paying. A reward is being offered to anyone with information that leads to his arrest and conviction.
The man was seen leaving the store and then loading the shopping cart full of merchandise into a dark-colored SUV, said Douglas County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Pat Brooks.
NHP ends high speed chase through Douglas, Carson City and Washoe County after conditions become too dangerousSubmitted by Jeff Munson on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 11:42am
UPDATE: A high speed chase that began in Mono County and went through Douglas and Carson City was scaled back Saturday morning after Nevada Highway Patrol troopers said the pursuit became too dangerous.
The pursuit of a silver Hyundai Sonata happened after a traffic stop in Mono County in which the driver was taken out of the vehicle and the passenger, identified as 26-year-old Geoffry Guess of Idaho, got into the driver's seat and sped away, said NHP Trooper Dan Lopez.
Here’s an advance notice of something very special in the Outdoor world that will occur in just several days:
Draw a great big red circle around the date of Saturday, June 9 on your calendar and then plan to have a fun-filled day in the Great Outdoors.
June 09 is Nevada’s Free Fishing Day for the year 2012.
On that day, you can fish anywhere you want, and not need a Nevada fishing license or a Nevada Trout Stamp or a Nevada Second Rod Stamp.
One person died in an accident today three miles south of Gardnerville in Douglas County, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
An early investigation into the accident shows that the driver of a 2004 Ford F-150 was pulling a camper trailer and traveling in the southbound lane of Highway 395. For reasons that remain unclear the Ford, occupied by a 73-year-old male from California, drifted into the northbound travel lane and hit a commercial vehicle driven by a Wisconsin resident, said NHP Trooper Daniel Lopez.
This week's Women to Women Nevada guests are Sally Zola and Brenda Silis. Both are involved in the Capital City Circles Initiative in Carson City.
This community effort is maintained to help elevate people out of poverty by creating healthy relationships that cross economic and social barriers to help establish self-reliance.
A dangerous dust storm has been reported moving toward the Carson City area tonight. The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a dust storm warning through 10 p.m. for the Carson City region from Highway 50 north to Interstate 80.
A wall of blowing dust is moving westward through the I-80 and Highway 50 corridors toward Reno and Carson City, according to the weather service. Winds associated with the system are blowing east 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. Visibility associated with the system is down to zero at times.
Minnie F. Lefler, 82, died Oct. 15, 2009, in Gardnerville. She was born Aug. 2, 1927, in Mesa, Ariz., to Eldred and Lola Barker.
Here is a list of the most recent fish plants in the western part of the Silver State done by the Nevada Division of Wildlife:
April 11: West Walker River in Lyon County: 2,009 rainbow trout: 10.1 inches in length.
April 12: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley: 499 rainbow trout: 10.1 inches in length.
April 12: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 504 rainbows: 10.5 inches.
April 12: Liberty Pond in Churchill County: 672 rainbows: 10.1 inches.
Carson City Sheriff's deputies have arrested the following individuals based on felony or gross misdemeanor allegations:
- Terris Lee French III, 35, a Carson City man, at 10:30 p.m. Friday. French was arrested for robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and violation of Parole and Probation restrictions. No bail has been set.
- Jose Garcia-Gaona, 35, a Carson City man, at 1 p.m. Saturday. Garcia-Gaona was arrested for an unspecified felony warrant as well as trafficking of methamphetamines (588 grams). Bail is set at $252,500.
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada with Carol Paz is with Carson City surgeon Dr. Kent Gabriel.
Dr. Gabriel's educational background began at Yale University where he graduated Summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and was one of eleven graduating seniors elected as Scholar of the House. He was also a Visiting Scholar at Cambridge University in England.
May 31: Lampe Park Creek in Gardnerville: 3,995 rainbow trout: 11.2 inches in length (for the annual Kids’ Fishing Derby).
For information, call the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) Headquarters in Reno at 688-1500 during regular business hours.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a parental abduction of two children, missing since Nov. 21.
According to reports, Kathryn Ann Moore, 44, of Wellington, was scheduled to appear in District Court for the scheduled child exchange of Patricia Brite Read, 5, and William Jesse Moore, 2, to their father Richard Read of Gardnerville, who has joint custody of the children.
Kathryn did not appear in court for this exchange. Attempts to contact Kathryn have been unsuccessful and a recent visit to her home has indicated that she has left with the children.
Dora Hermila Duarte, 56, was born Sept. 23, 1952, in Las Varas, Chihuahua, Mexico, and died Aug. 9, 2009, in Carson City. She is survived by her husband, Pedro Duarte; son, Cesar Duarte; and daughter, Tanya Duarte, all of Gardnerville; father, Pedro...
Not really, but it is nice to get some mid-summer rain. I'm sure the firefighters working on the Springs Fire east of Gardnerville are happy for the showers. And the rain did a nice job of taking the smoke out of the air. Carsonweather.com reports that we have had .09 inches of rain so far today. What a way to start a week.
Many celebrations are scheduled statewide in the month of August. These Nevada 150 events celebrate all things Nevada and bring awareness to the 150th Anniversary of Statehood. The following events are held Aug. 1 through Aug. 14.
This week's Women to Women Nevada guest is Jennifer Bailey, a teacher and librarian at Riverview Elementary School in Dayton. Bailey has been battling cancer for 12 years, five of those years with stage 4. Bailey tells host Carol Paz how she works, raises a family and keeps a positive outlook on life with focus, positivity and confidence.
A 20-year-old Carson City man was jailed Tuesday and faces statutory sexual seduction and failure to appear charges. Jose Alberto Garcia-Perez was booked into the Carson City Jail after being transported by law officials in Las Vegas.
A warrant was issued for the statutory sexual seduction charge, a gross misdemeanor, on April 5 out of Carson City Justice Court while the failure to appear warrant was issued June 24. He is being held without bail on the failure to appear charge, and $5,000 bail for the other charge.
In other arrests:
GARDNERVILLE - Nevin Elliott walked with the bases loaded to force in T.J. Thomsen with the winning run to give Carson Babe Ruth a 6-5 win over Reno West Tuesday night in the championship game of the 13-year-old State Tournament at Lampe...
The Nevada Highway Patrol has identified the two people critically injured in motorcycle crash Saturday night in Carson City. The are Andrey L. Gallegos, 20, of Sparks, who was the driver of the motorcycle and passenger Audrey G. Rugamas, 21, of South Lake Tahoe. Go here for the updated story.
Two people remain critically injured after a motorcycle crash Saturday night in Carson City, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The names of the victims have not been released but the passenger of the unregistered green 2007 Suzuki motorcycle is a 21-year-old South Lake Tahoe woman and the driver, 20, had Nebraska identification, said NHP Trooper Dan Lopez. They were flown separately to Renown Medical Center in Reno.