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A 34-year-old Zephyr Cove man was arrested Monday in Carson City and faces a felony third-time DUI charge.
Blake Paul Bertram was arrested at 8:15 a.m. in the 1200 block of North Carson Street. According to a Carson City sheriff's deputy report, dispatch was called regarding a man driving drunk northbound on Carson Street.
The vehicle, a white GMC Sierra, was stopped in a parking lot by an officer, while another deputy spoke with several witnesses who observed Bertram driving and allegedly throwing beer bottles out the window, the arrest report states.
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 Historian Inn, built in 2000 and located in downtown Gardnerville, has new owners who plan on bringing their brand of casual elegance to this community landmark.
Clé Hospitality, a hospitality company headquartered in Mammoth Lakes, CA, purchased the property in February 2012 and has already begun renovating hotel rooms with historic artwork and artifacts, custom-designed furniture, and upgraded beds and bedding. The hotel is currently open for guests, and a post-renovation grand opening event is planned for late May to showcase the property to locals.
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.
Jim Peckham, executive director of Friends in Service Helping stores in Carson City, Gardnerville and Mound House, says there isn'ta noticeable increase in ...
According to the morning update from Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center, the TRE Fire burning south of Gardnerville has consumed 4,500 acres, including two homes and 17 outbuildings.
The fire is 10 percent contained, and continues to burn to the northeast. Approximately 120 residences and 300 outbuildings are threatened.
Below is video of one of the homes destroyed in the blaze:
A 44-year-old Carson City man was arrested after officers were led in a foot pursuit that went inside a busy local restaurant. The man, identified as Tony Clarence Wilson, was tasered on the patio of the establishment located in the 1000 block of South Carson Street.
Wilson faces a felony charge of being a felon in possession of ammunition and misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violation of a suspended sentence. The arrest happened Feb. 1 at 8:30 p.m.
More than 50 vocal residents and a responsive town board threw a wrench in plans for a Walmart Supercenter in south Gardnerville this week.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hosts its fifth annual clothing drive to help families in Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, and Dayton, Nevada communities get ready for school.
The event is open to the public on Saturday, August 10, from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel located at 411 N. Saliman Road, Carson City, Nevada.
100 Years of Religious Studies for Mormon Youth : A Legacy of Seminary Classes for High School StudentsSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Sat, 03/09/2013 - 1:06pm
A good education is an important component of any child’s upbringing. Combine good education with religious studies, and you gain life experiences and spiritual foundations that yield benefits for years to come. Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) have long since believed in and encouraged its members to seek quality education in both secular and religious areas. Over one hundred years ago, the Church started a seminary program in religious studies for its youth.
Women to Women Nevada with Carol Paz welcomes this week's guest, Katherine Lima, a member of the Advisory Board at Carson Valley Medical Center and member of Crystal Angels, a local organization that began in 1997 that helps families and children in need. The membership includes 90 women who meet regularly throughout the year to generate money through raffles in which children and families receive Christmas gifts.
Carson City Branch Manager and Bank of The West vice president Jennifer Herald is this week's guest on Women to Women with Carol Paz. Herald gives some great advice for succeeding in job interviews and provides insight into the life of a banker.
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). The locally produced and privately owned program features Northern Nevada women who are making a difference in their communities and in the region.
Nevada Health Centers traveling Mammovan is providing screening mammograms in the communities of
Carson City, Gardnerville, Reno and Sparks through May 13, 2014.
You can get screened at no cost if you are uninsured. Medicaid, Medicare, group and individual insurance are also accepted. Make your mammogram appointment today by calling toll-free 1.877.581.6266.
The weather is warming up providing for another great season activities throughout Carson City and Northern Nevada. One of my favorite things about spring and summer is to share as many local events, food, music, the arts and entertainment with you. We have many festivities, activities and fundraisers being planned for the coming months.
A simplified fare structure will greet BlueGo passengers this weekend and a new route between Minden and Carson City begins Monday, the Tahoe Transportation District announced today.
The new fare and route structure allows BlueGo to hold the line on bus fares without major price increases on its main routes and enables the transportation system to operate in a positive and sustainable manner.
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center:To Maria Alva Correa and Michael Neuffer of Gardnerville, a son Michael Andres Neuffer, born March 19, 2011, weighing 7 pounds, 1 ounce.To Bridget Koos and Skus...
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 City Health and Human Services and Douglas County Community Health have a large supply of flu vaccine for ages 6 months and older. No appointment needed from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m. through January 25 (closed January 21).
Clinic locations are 900 E. Long Street in Carson City and 1538 US Highway 395 in the Stratton Center in Gardnerville. Flu rates are affordable; many insurances accepted, and low-cost options available. Call (775) 887-2190 or (775) 782-9038 for more information.
9:15 p.m. Update: Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center reports that the Ray May Fire has claimed one habitable structure. No other details were released.
Voluntary evacuations are in place for the Pinenut Creek and Lena Lane. Pinenut Road remains open to local residents only.
The fire has grown to 2,730 acres. There are 5 air tankers, 6 helicopters, 15 engines, 2 water tenders, 2 dozers and 414 personnel working the fire.
"Fire continued to make runs to the north and east this afternoon driven mainly by wind. Firefighters will continue to construct direct line around the perimeter of the fire tonight, utilizing crews, engines, and dozers.
"The Fire is currently being managed by Local Type III organization. Additional resource will be arriving within the next 24 hours to assist in the management and containment of the fire."
You can catch live updates here.
A Gardnerville woman is recovering from mild frostbite at a Carson City hospital after spending six nights in Hope Valley.
Gardnerville resident Paula Lane, 46, and boyfriend Roderick Paul Clifton, 44, were reported missing after they left Citrus Heights, Calif., on the afternoon of Nov. 29.
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.
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 June 25, 2014.
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.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man it considers a person of interest involved in a theft last month at the Target Store south of Carson City. A reward is being offered.
On July 20, 2014 at 4:40 p.m., the man in the photos above entered Target at 911 Jacks Valley Road and walked to the electronics section. While in electronics he removed electronics from the packaging and walked out of the store without paying for the merchandise, said Douglas County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Pat Brooks.
Troopers from the Nevada Highway Patrol-Major Accident Investigation Team are still piecing together the seven-vehicle crash that happened on Highway 395 near Jacks Valley Road in Douglas County Monday that sent several to the hospital and shut down southbound traffic on HIghway 395 for four hours.
For the third time, a design review for a 152,495-square-foot Walmart Supercenter in south Gardnerville has been postponed.
GARDNERVILLE - It has been a month since 11-year-old Rebecca Martin of Gardnerville was struck by a car while on her way home from getting ice cream with her grandmother in Los Angeles.
A Washoe Valley woman faces felony drug and weapons charges after being stopped by Carson City patrol officers Wednesday for driving while talking on a cell phone and not wearing a seat belt.
Tina Marie Scott, 46, was arrested at Industrial Park and Hawaii Circle 5:17 p.m. after patrol officers observed the violations and then, doing a subsequent check, found drugs, money and a handgun.
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 2013 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, Black Bear, Mule Deer, Rocky Mt. Elk, California Bighorn Sheep, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mt. Bighorn Sheep and Rocky Mt. Goat.
A Nevada Highway Patrol officer suffered minor injuries after being hit by a driver who was allegedly under the influence at the intersection of Highway 395 and State Route 88 early Saturday morning.
NHP Trooper Dan Lopez was driving a Ford Crown Victoria sedan patrol call when the driver of another vehicle allegedly ran a red traffic signal at the intersection striking the left side of the patrol car at 5:19 a.m., said NHP Trooper Chuck Allen.
Ruth Glass, principal of Lake Tahoe School in Inline Village, is this week's guest 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.
Saliman Road remains closed at Robinson Street due to construction of a water transmission line. Detours are marked. The road is expected to remained closed until August 21.
One lane will be closed in each direction on the Carson City Freeway between the US 50 and Fairview Drive interchanges due to maintenance.
Work will continue on a NDOT project to mill and overlay a section of US 395 from the junction with US 50 (Spooner) in Carson City to south of Waterloo Lane in Gardnerville. There will be nightly lane closures occurring from 8:00 p.m. through 6:00 a.m.
Stanley Allen Smith died Aug. 7, 2009, in Gardnerville. He was born Jan. 27, 1922, in Maryland. He is survived by one step-daughter, Sandra Daniel. Capital City Cremation is in charge of arrangements.
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.
Carson City sheriff's deputies made two DUI related arrests Wednesday that involved the suspects leaving the scene of accidents. A 33-year-old Carson City man was arrested at 7:27 p.m. in the 1600 block of Brown Street and faces three misdemeanor traffic charges, including DUI and leaving the scene.
The month of July ended with the Nevada Department of Wildlife dealing with 20 black bears in the 31 days.
“That is a faster than normal pace,” says NDOW biologist Carl Lackey, “but it is really the calm before the storm with potential nuisance bear activity in western Nevada. This is the time of year that the bears expand their search for food and during that search bears and the activities of people often come in to conflict. August, September and October should be very busy with our bears.”
Four people are dead in two overnight accidents, believed to be alcohol related, on Highway 395 in Douglas County, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
The accidents happened within a few hours of each other. The first accident, in which three people died, was reported at 11:54 p.m. Saturday night near Leviathan Mine Road on Highway 395.