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It has been a busy week at Incline Village on the north shore of Lake Tahoe for Nevada Department of Wildlife game wardens dealing with nuisance bears. On Thursday, NDOW euthanized a 263-pound male black bear and on Sunday a bear was released in the wild south of Gardnerville.
The euthanized bear was positively identified as one that had been breaking into and entering cars, at least one home and some garages in an Incline neighborhood, according to a Nevada Department of Wildlife news release.
CARSON CITY — This is a final reminder that Saturday, June 11 is Nevada’s Free Fishing Day for the year 2011.
On that day, you can fish anywhere you want, and you will not need to have a Nevada fishing license or a Nevada Trout Stamp or a Nevada Second Rod Stamp. However, you will need to abide by whatever the rules and regulations are for whatever water(s) you will fish on that special day.
If you would like to fish on June 11, be advised that the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) will have planted many thousands of rainbow trout in our Western Nevada waters.
Carson City, Nevada - August 29, 2012 - Northern Nevada families now have even more access to specialized care for pediatric diseases such as cancer and blood disorders. As of September 1, 2012 patients will have the option to access these services in Carson City through an agreement with Carson Medical Group and Cure 4 The Kids Foundation.
A Gardnerville man faces felony drug charges after he was stopped Tuesday for a traffic violation at I-580 and College Parkway in Carson City.
Zackery Kluever, age not available, faces charges including possession of controlled substance with intent to sell after officers did an inventory of his vehicle and found 30 MMDA pills in a bottle labeled "Molly," a common street name for the drug, also known as "Ecstasy."
May 1 – Opening day of the 2011 fishing season at Hobart Reservoir in the mountains between Carson City and Lake Tahoe.
This season closes September 30.
Call the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) headquarters office in Reno at 688-1500 during regular business hours.
May 4 – First Wednesday of the month:
Annual Cancer Run, Sponsored by the Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS® and PrimeLending, Raises $8,000Submitted by Carson Now Reader on Mon, 11/11/2013 - 9:52pm
The 5th Annual Cancer Sucks 5k held last month and presented by The Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS® and PrimeLending was a huge success! The event brought out over 320 walkers and runners, many adorned in the color pink in honor of breast cancer awareness month. The proceeds from the event totaled close to $8,000 and will benefit local cancer patients through The Carson Tahoe Health Foundation.
The 13th Annual Big Game Banquet of the Tahoe Basin Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will be held in Carson City at the Casino Fandango April 30.
Those active in the foundation are asked to help with donations and underwriting of the event. Donation entries for the Program placement with proper credited entry prior to the program printing are needed by March 20th. Any help you can give the foundation will be greatly appreciated!
Carson City Health and Human Services continues to partner with the following agencies on the rabies investigation: Nevada Department of Agriculture, Douglas County Animal Services, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health Office of Epidemiology, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Carson City area casinos report a loss in gaming profit for April, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reports Monday. Meanwhile, Reno and South Shore Lake Tahoe casinos saw big gains.
Statewide, gaming profits in Nevada fell slightly by 0.16 percent. Nevada casinos made $854,293,047 for the month. Carson City area casinos, which include those in Minden and Gardnerville, fell 2.66 percent, taking in April gaming profits of $7,883,290.
Reno casinos reported a gaming "win" of $44,143,808, up 15.3 percent over April 2012 figures.
A male black bear was tranquilized Friday morning in Gardnerville Ranchos by Nevada Department of Wildlife wardens and will be set free later west of Gardnerville in the Carson Range.
The yearling male was found up a tree at a residence south of the downtown area of Gardnerville. While not typical bear habitat, it does see bears wandering through occasionally.
The 80 to 100 pound bear is of “dispersal age” said NDOW biologist Carl Lackey.
11:12am. Highway 395 has been re-opened.
A head-on crash between a pickup and an SUV has shut down 395 three miles south of Gardnerville in Douglas County.
Call it the Walmart effect. As the 152,373-square-foot superstore rises in south Gardnerville, more chain retailers are popping up in Carson Valley.
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.
The Carson City's High Sierra RC Club is hosting a Remote Control Flying at the Pony Express Model Air Park, on July 30, 2011, starting at 9:00am to 2:00pm. Static Displays of Airplanes, Cards and Vendors. Demonstration presented by High Sierra, RC Club, of Carson City, Reno RC Club, Reno, Sierra Silent Soarers, Washoe County, Sierra Sagebrush Flyers, Gardnerville, Reno Sparks Control Liners Model Airplane Club, Reno and High Desert RC Club of Fernley. Demonstrations may include Acrobatic, War Birds, Control-line Winch Launched Gliders, Jets, Electrics, Pylon Racing and Helicopters.
It was the final points race of the season, a night that would see champions crowned in six racing divisions at Fernley 95A Speedway. Over 70 cars were on hand, and there were lots of spectators in the stands rooting for their favorite driver.
Wayland "Buddy" Moore, 50, of Gardnerville, died Sept. 10, 2009. He was born on Dec. 21, 1958, in Centralia, Wash., to Leo and Thelma (Hill) Moore. He is survived by his wife Kimberly Hayes; sons Scott Moore of Washington, Adam Hayes of...
Here’s an advance notice of something very special in the Outdoor world that will occur in just a few days: Draw a great big red circle around the date of Saturday, June 8 on your calendar and then plan to have a fun-filled day in the Great Outdoors.
June 8 is Nevada’s Free Fishing Day for the year 2013. 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.
CHARRISON DAVID ASHTON, known to many family and friends as Davey, was born March 10, 1939, to James David Ashton and Nellie Margaret “Margie” Charrison in Pasadena, California. The Ashton’s moved to Kings Beach, California in 1944. After graduating from Tahoe Truckee High School in 1957 he enlisted in the United States Navy serving one term touring the Pacific.
Read the full text of Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell's State of the City speech, after the jump.
If you’re a fisherman or fisherwoman, it’s that time of the year to remind you to purchase your new Nevada 2012-2013 fishing license.
That new fishing license year began on March 01 and it will run through the last day in February, 2013.
As a special tip you would be well advised to purchase that new license ASAP, because if you forget, go fishing and get checked by “The Friendly Old Game Warden,” he isn’t going to be very happy nor will you.
The holiday season brings out plenty of good will, including food drives through the Pinenut District of the Nevada Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Beginning this weekend, an estimated 400 Scouters comprising Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and adult leaders of the District will distribute 16,000 flyers announcing the food drive. The flyers will be distributed to area homes between Saturday, Nov. 9 and Wednesday Nov. 13.
Sheriffs' Log 10/30Staff Writer
Fernley 95A Speedway Season Opens
By Roger Diez
Fernley 95A Speedway opened its 2012 season on Saturday, April 14 with a full racing program on the 3/8 mile clay oval. The track is under new management headed up by Vuki Wilson and Matt Ramthun with the slogan “A Racers’ Track Run by Racers”. Six racing divisions were on hand, plus a contingent of Box Stock Outlaw Karts driven by kids 5-10 years old.
Bonnie Lou Keesecker, 62, of Topaz Ranch Estates, passed away August 31, 2012. Autumn Funerals & Cremations is trusted with the arrangements. 775-888-6800Dean Robert Hart, 67, of Gardnerville, Neva...
Northern Nevadans diagnosed with cancer, as well as families, friends, caregivers and healthcare providers, are invited to the Sierra Nevada Cancer Center office in Carson City (1460 South Curry Street, Suite 100) on Saturday, Nov. 2, from noon to 4 p.m., to share their cancer journeys through art and photography, as part of Lilly Oncology on Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey.
SNCC will provide canvases, brushes, paint and other art supplies, as well as beverages, refreshments, a silent auction and raffle. Artists are free to express themselves however they like.
I would like to extend a warm welcome to long-time friend Doug Busey of Douglas County, who is joining Carson Now. Doug will be serving as another outdoor writer at this website, specializing in bi-weekly fishing reports for our local area.
Doug's bi-weekly focus will be at locations such as: The East and West Carson Rivers in California, Blue Lakes, Caples Lake, Heenan Lake, Indian Creek Reservoir, Red Lake, Silver Lake, Topaz Lake and Lake Tahoe.
The Northern Nevada Development Authority will recognize several Carson City area businesses that have expanded their operations next week during its third annual Business Recognition Dinner at the Carson Nugget.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has identified a Stateline man who died in a motorcycle accident south of Gardnerville on Sunday.
Timothy J. McArdle, 49, died as a result of injuries sustained in the accident that involved the crash of the motorcycle and a pickup driven by a Gardnerville man.
A traffic accident this morning on Highway 395 at Airport Road north of Minden in Douglas County resulted in serious injuries to a motorist who was flown to Renown Medical Center in Reno, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
Here are the recent fish plants in Western Nevada by Nevada Division of Wildlife:
May 04: Squaw Creek Reservoir in Northern Washoe County: 3,996 rainbow trout: 10.4 inches in length.
May 04: Martin Slough in Gardnerville: 246 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
May 04: Wilson Common in Washoe Valley: 503 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
May 04: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 503 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
May 05: Kuenzli Pond in Yerington: 854 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
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