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The Sierra Nevada Bass Club fished Folsom Lake, Calif., on March 30th with 6 boats and 12 Anglers with all but 1 angler catching and releasing a variety of Black Bass species that were in various stages of spawn.
Rain was predicted last Saturday, but didn't deter the Bass bite.
The largest fish of each species were a 5-15 Largemouth, a 5-03 Spotted both caught and released by Ted Doyal, of Minden and a 2-14 Smallmouth by Ried Bridges of Carson City.
In all, 28 Bass totaling some 55-pounds were released following the weigh-in at Granite Bay.
July 01 – Sept. 30 – Pyramid Lake (north of Reno) is closed to fishing for Lahontan cutthroat trout.
July 04 – Fourth of July Holiday.
July 15 – Opening day of the 2011 fishing season at Marlette Lake.
This season will close on September 30.
Call the Nevada Department of Wildlife at 688-1500.
July 15 – Second Wednesday of the month:
Regular monthly meeting of the Clear Creek Bowmen at Fire Station No. 1 on Stewart Street at 6:30 p.m.
Call Jim or Carol Davis at 883-0389.
July 19 – Third Tuesday of the month:
Nevada Rural Housing Authority Mourns Death of Board Commissioner, Former Chairman, Vice Chairman, Tom CookSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 11:34am
Carson Tahoe Health and Walmart announce the opening of the newest location for basic health care services – “The Carson Tahoe Clinic at Walmart.” This convenient care clinic is now open to patients and will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, inside the Walmart located at 1511 Grant Avenue, off Highway 395.
Michael Kukonu, 65, of Carson City, passed away November 25, 2011. Autumn Funerals & Cremations. 775-888-6800Ronald D. Tipton, 67, of Gardnerville, passed away November 23, 2011. Autumn Funerals & ...
The newspaper headline on page one on Aug. 15, 2002 said it all:
“They made it!”
Yes, they did! And, they did it in record-setting style.
Four athletes, who are personal friends of Elaine and I, completed 10 very physically and mentally-demanding challenges in a period of 10 grueling days, way back in 2002.
I know because we were there for each and every one of those 10 memorable days that resulted in the very first Nevada 10-in-10 Challenge going into the Nevada record book.
Those four were Karl Horeis, Jeremy Evans, Rick Gunn and K. M. Cannon.
A 24-year-old Carson City man faces multiple charges including assault with a deadly weapon in a road rage incident where the victim was allegedly assaulted with a crutch.
On Thursday at about 4 p.m. the suspect, John Delvecchio, was allegedly driving in an aggressive manner in an unregistered Cadillac, tailgating, honking his horn, cursing and attempting to run the victim off the road several times between the Douglas County Sheriff's Office building in Gardnerville and the Carson City limits, according to the arrest report.
Richard Suschena, 70, of Gardnerville died Aug. 9, 2009 at Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare. He was born on Feb. 3, 1939 in Connecticut to Paul and Lottie Suschena. He is survived by sons Adam and James Suschena and daughter Chelsea Suschena. A...
The weekend is the weekend before Halloween, which around these parts has been come to be known as the “Haunted Weekend”. It started with the Carson City Ghost Walk, which has been a tradition for over a decade, and then the Carson Valley got into the act. There’s now enough going on to keep you busy through the whole weekend. Tours will explore Minden, Gardnerville and Genoa, as well as the Mottsville Cemetery. Scott Schrantz at aroundcarson.com provides a list of happenings on his website.
It’s now official: Systems Consultants, the private computer firm in Fallon that conducts the annual computerized drawings for Nevada’s big game hunting tags, has posted the results of the 2011 drawings at Internet website www.huntnevada.com for the whole world to see.
There were a whole bunch of winners and a heck of a lot more losers in this year’s drawings for tags for Pronghorn Antelope, Mule Deer, Rocky Mt. Elk, California Bighorn Sheep, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mt. Bighorn Sheep and Rocky Mt. Goat.
Nevada's gaming figures for November show overall casino "win" down 11.08 percent, with South Shore Lake Tahoe casinos at Stateline performing the best, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reports today.
November figures for South Shore Lake Tahoe casinos show the largest spike statewide in earnings or "win" at 26.63 percent over November 2011 profits, according to the board. South Lake Tahoe casinos took in $17,734,866 in November 2012 compared to $14,005,506 in 2011.
Carson City sheriff's deputies arrested a man Sunday after he allegedly tried to take a cell phone away from his mother who was attempting to call 911 for help after he became violent with her.
The Gardnerville man, Blane Allen Frazier, was arrested to the area of Highway 395 and I-580 freeway at 3:58 p.m. He faces a felony charge of preventing a victim from reporting a crime and lesser charges of domestic battery and open container.
Nevada Division of Environmental Protection air quality monitors in Carson City and in Gardnerville are reporting high particulate matter from smoke indicating the air quality Thursday is unhealthy, officials said.
A fire burning in Tuolumne County, Calif., near Yosemite National Park, is the main source of smoke in the Carson City, Carson Valley, Reno and Lyon County regions. The Rim Fire is estimated at nearly 54,000 acres and growing Thursday with 2 percent containment.
Have you seen Charter Media's new show "Women to Women" featuring Carol Paz as hostess? The program is televised every Thursday at 7 pm on channel 3 (Reno, Sparks, Fernley, Fallon, Lake Tahoe) and 15 (in Carson City, Gardnerville, Dayton). The locally produced and privately owned program features Northern Nevada women who are making a difference in their communities and in the region.
Carson Now has become a 2013 partner in the program and will provide regular video of recent interviews, guest updates and biographies.
The Ray May Fire south of Gardnerville is now estimated to have grown to 1,000 acres and moving northeast. NDOT is now reporting that Highway 395 is now open. There are reports that two structures have burned. Pine View Estates is under a voluntary evacuation order.
According to Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center, there are 185 firefighters on the scene, 7 air tankers, 4 helicopters, 19 engines and 2 water tenders.
Viewed from Carson Valley, it appears the entire ridgetop is on fire.
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.
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Christina Conti, public health emergency response coordinator for the Washoe County Health District.
Conti discusses achievement, decision-making, and balancing career and family. She also details her work in emergency management, as well as her volunteer coordinating work with the Washoe County Domestic Violence Task Force.
GARDNERVILLE - By percentage points, Carson City's 11-12-year-old all-star squad has moved on to the single-elimination portion of the District 1 tournament after a 10-9 win over Reno American East Friday night at Aspen Park.
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 latest fishing report for the Western region from the Nevada Department of Wildlife. This report is for the week of March 25. Go here for the latest fishing report from Carson Now Outdoors editor Don Quilici.
The tables are turned in the latest Women to Women program when regular host Carol Paz answers questions.
Agency 36 marketing owner, Carson City Quarterly publisher and Carson HorseShoe casino spokeswoman Dana Freund sits down with Paz to peel back the onion layers of life and living in Carson City. Paz discusses books she's read and digested, new friends made and those qualities that make Carson City a special place to call home.
UPDATED: A 56-year-old Gardnerville man has been identified as the victim of an accident Tuesday night on Foothill Road in Douglas County, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
Dan Steven Navone died at the scene of the single-vehicle accident, reported at 8:33 p.m. Navone was driving a 1997 Chevy Tahoe in the eastbound lane and apparently overcorrected. The overcorrection caused the him to vault over a barb wire fence, said NHP Trooper Dan Lopez.
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.
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.
Gaming profits for Carson City area casinos slid by 1.7 percent in August, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reports Wednesday. Casinos in Carson City and the valley side of Douglas County, including Minden and Gardnerville, took in $8,650,776 in August. Last year, during the same period, the casinos took in $8,801,148.
Statewide, casinos saw a 3.11 decrease in "gaming win" over the same period last year, the state's gaming regulator reports. Nevada casinos took in gaming profits of $859,240,472 for the month of August. In August 2011 it was $886,835,278.
Ann Bednarski has spent many of her years as an educator. Now, she is a columnist for the Nevada Appeal. She is interviewed in a two-part series on Women to Women Nevada with Carol Paz.
Women to Women Nevada is televised on Charter Media every Thursday at 7 pm on Channel 3 (Reno, Sparks, Fernley, Fallon, Lake Tahoe) and 15 (in Carson City, Gardnerville, Dayton) and appears every Friday on Carson Now. The locally produced and privately owned program features Northern Nevada women who are making a difference in their communities and in the region.
Stanley Allen Smith, known as Grandpa Stan, born Jan. 27, 1922 in Maryland, passed away Aug. 7, 2009 in Gardnerville, Nev. He was 87 years old. His wife of 20 years, Marie Ellen, preceded him in death in 2000.
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."
These subjects were arrested over the weekend by Carson City Sheriff's deputies:
—Christopher Glen Hammond, 35, was arrested Saturday evening in the 1900 block of Long Street for misdemeanor DUI, failure to maintain lane, open container and gross misdemeanor child endangerment.
In the second of a two-part Women to Women Nevada interview, Jennifer Bailey, a teacher and librarian at Riverview Elementary School in Dayton, talks candidly with host Carol Paz about her battle with cancer.
Bailey has dealt with cancer for 12 years, five of those with stage 4. Bailey tells how she works, raises a family and keeps a positive outlook on life with focus, positivity and confidence. See the first part of the interview here.
The organization committee of Main Street Gardnerville is inviting local artists to participate in a contest to design the first ornament, in a series of ornaments, for the revitalization program.
The third annual Austinpalooza was a night of food, music and festivities that culminated in over $8,500 in funds raised for Austin’s House and the Society of Women Engineers at University Nevada, Reno. The event, organized by GE’s Measurement and Control employees in Minden, was held Friday, February 22, 2013, at Jethro’s Bar and Grill in Gardnerville, Nevada. Both charities rely heavily on support from partners, like GE, to sustain operations.
Last call to submit your Carson Memories photo to win cash, prizes and become part of historic muralSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Tue, 03/19/2013 - 10:11am
Time is running out for you to submit your photo or photos for the “Carson Memories” contest. The deadline is Friday, March 22, 2013. Photos selected will become part of an historic mural exhibit on display at the Carson Nugget. The mural is being painted by renown Gardnerville artist, Beverly Caputo.
The three top submissions selected will win prizes; 1st is $500; 2nd is an iPad; 3rd is a Kindle Fire.