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Elsie Mary Morelli, 79, of Dayton, died at her home Sept. 18, 2009. She was born Sept. 24, 1929, in Quincy, Mass.
Women to Women Nevada host Carol Paz welcomes Connie Weiser, owner of Connie's Alterations, Repairs, Gifts, Etc in Carson City.
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.
East Fork Justice Jim EnEarl refused Tuesday to release two 15-year-olds being held in Douglas County Jail in connection with the beating death of a 54-year-old Gardnerville man.
A 20-year-old man was arrested Monday on multiple felony charges including two warrants, a Carson City sheriff's deputy said. Cahner Stephen Yews, of Gardnerville, was taken into custody at 11:16 a.m. in the area of Roop and John streets following a traffic stop.
According to the arrest report, officers stopped the vehicle, occupied by four people, because it had suspended plates.
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.
Officers arrested the following individuals for felony allegations in the same incident Wednesday evening:
- Rick Ozzy North, 22, a Kings Beach resident, for possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with the intent to sell. Bail has been set at $10,000.
- Timothy Patrick Lawson, 35, a Fresno, Calif. resident, for possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with the intent to sell. Bail has been set at $10,000.
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 woman was found injured in Alpine County after she and her boyfriend car got stuck in the snow for nearly a week. The body of her boyfriend was found nearby. The couple The couple, Roderick Paul Clifton and Paula Lane, was last seen leaving Citrus Heights for Gardnerville, Nev. on Thursday, Nov. 29. They were reported missing by relatives when they didn't answer their cell phones.
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.
Hello fellow anglers. Well here we are only two weeks away from the California opening day fishing season. This when most lakes, rivers and streams open for the year, and some rivers change limit and tackle regulations.
Check your regulations before you go fishing to know these changes.
Carson City Sheriff's deputies Kelli Deann Owen-Self, 48, a Dayton woman, for a felony no-bail probation violation at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday evening in the 1600 block of Medical Parkway. When the officer arrived, Owen-Self allegedly smelled heavily of alcohol. No bail is set.
At approximately 4 p.m. Tuesday an emergency call was placed from the Warm springs Correctional Facility regarding an officer assaulted by two inmates. The officer was described as having some bleeding but being fully alert. The emergency call was then cancelled.
The Gardnerville Town Board is holding a meeting 4:30 p.m. Oct. 6 to reconsider a design review for a 152,495-square-foot Walmart Supercenter proposed for south Gardnerville.
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.
Deann and Patrick McKay are happy to announce that they exchanged their wedding vows during a private ceremony on Sept. 9 in Dayton.
Winemaker’s Dinner at Sierra Gourmet Grill & Wine Bar in Gardnerville to Feature the Wines of Darcie Kent VineyardsSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Fri, 07/18/2014 - 2:29pm
Join us as we present a superb three-course meal, topped by wines from one of the premier vineyards in California, Darcie Kent Vineyards.
A representative will join us from the winery, to enhance the pleasure of each wine with its particular story.
About Darcie Kent Vineyards and their wines:
"Sourced from some of the finest Central Coast wine regions, our single vineyard wines express both the beauty and uniqueness of their localities."
Citrus-Honey Grilled Shrimp
Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus
Chipotle Crusted Pork Tenderloin
Wild Rice & Citrus Salad
A 31-year-old Carson City man, Jaron W. Malone, has been identified as the victim in a two-vehicle crash Monday on Highway 395 at Riverview Drive south of Gardnerville in Douglas County, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
Mark Steven Cervenak, 52, of Gardnerville died March 30, 2011. He was born Oct. 12, 1958, in Glendora, Calif., to Robert and Evelyn (Gracia) Cervenak. He is survived by his wife Dawn Cervenak of Ga...
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.
Motorcyclist rear-ended by big Chevy Suburban on Timberline - Cyclist gets trip on Careflight to RenoSubmitted by admin on Sun, 07/26/2009 - 11:02pm
Carson City fire paramedics were called to a rear-ender accident on Timberline Road Sunday night on a report of an injured motorcycle rider whose bike was rear-ended by a big Chevy Suburban, just after the big curve up from Lakeview.
Driver in hit-and-run enters guilty pleaNevada Appeal Staff Report
Nevadans can learn to grow safe, fresh, organic produce at home and in school and community gardens without spending a lot of money.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension will help show residents how during eight “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” gardening classes featuring “back-to-basics” best practices for producing bountiful harvests. Classes will be presented Mondays, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m., July 8 – Aug. 26, live in Reno and video-conferenced to Extension offices throughout the state, including those in Carson City, Gardnerville, Fallon and Yerington.
Jimmie Johnson's victory at the Brickyard 400 wasn't the only back-to-back win in Motorsports last weekend.
A small South Tahoe lodge is stepping up big by committing 10 percent of its Monday profits over the course of a year to one charity. The Avalon Lodge, a 20-room boutique property is launching its “Make a Difference Mondays” and inviting the public to nominate and vote to select the non-profit organization.
After a fairly prosperous holiday season for Nevada casinos, statewide gaming profits trended down the first month of 2013 compared with January 2012 figures, the state's Gaming Control Board reports.
RENO - Christina Keegan in her last year of eligibility, was crowned Miss Nevada Saturday night at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts.
A Gardnerville woman has been identified by authorities as being the woman who died in the Carson City Jail on Sunday.
Kimberly Wood, 23, died Sunday morning for unknown reasons. An autopsy was performed today, Tuesday, with results not expected for several weeks, Carson City Sheriff's Office Undersheriff Steve Albertsen said.
Wood was found dead on Sunday morning in the Carson City jail after she had been arrested on Saturday night, on a warrant from Lyon County. Authorities had made contact with Wood and a man she was with during a domestic dispute that happened while driving.
A Douglas County Sheriff's deputy fatally shot a man who allegedly pointed a shotgun at him Wednesday.
At around 2:10 p.m., deputies were called to the Gardnerville Cemetery on a report of a dead body, Sheriff's spokesman Jim Halsey said. When deputies arrived, they found David Pendleton, 77, standing next to a truck holding a shotgun, Halsey said.
UPDATE: It appears this may be a case of what some people refer to as "suicide by cop." Douglas County investigators believe Pendleton was the person who reported the dead body to Douglas County Sheriff's dispatch. The deputy responding to the call, Richard Koontz Jr, arrived at the cemetery, Pendleton was about 10 feet from his family's burial plot where his wife was recently buried. Pendleton then reportedly pointed a loaded shotgun at the deputy. The deputy reacted by shooting Pendleton, killing him. Pendleton's cell phone was found at the scene, and had been used to call in the report.
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.
This week’s Women to Women is with Diane Hansen, Chief Inspiration Officer of What Works Coaching, a coaching firm that has helped people worldwide with their businesses, careers, mindsets, and profit margins. The Texas native received her bachelor’s degree from California State University-San Bernardino College of Business and Public Administration respectively.
CARSON CITY — Scott Parker has joined the Carson City branch of AAA as the branch manager. He will oversee the 10 employees and office operations related to insurance, travel and memberships of the century-old-plus company. He started on Jan. 14.
Parker, who hails from Medford, Ore., has a long history of management in the insurance industry. This includes a 26-year stint with Farmers Insurance Group in different capacities. He last worked as a district sales manager after serving as a reserve district manager and agency owner as an independent agent.
Friday, June 29
With original members Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor and Fito De La Parra
Opening act; Bootleggers
Jethro's, Gardenerville, NV – 775-265-2215
8:30PM. $25 advance.
Carson City Harley-Davidson and Renegade Productions present Canned Heat in concert on Friday, June 29 at Jethro’s Bar and Grill in Gardnerville on Friday, June 29. Show is at 8:30 and tickets are $25. Opening act, Bootleggers start at 8:30pm. Advance tickets available through jambasetickets.com or at the venue. Hotline for more info: 775-337-8344 or 775-265-2215.
Douglas County advocate JoEtta Brown elected executive vice president of national retiree organizationSubmitted by editor on Tue, 05/20/2014 - 11:17am
Douglas County advocate and activist JoEtta Brown of Gardnerville was elected executive vice president of the Alliance for Retired Americans at the recent Alliance for Retired Americans national membership convention in Las Vegas.
Two black bears trapped Tuesday were released back into the wild by Nevada Department of Wildlife wardens. So far, 11 bears have been safely released back into the Sierra since July 1.
Both bears were tagged, tattooed and micro chipped in order to identify them in the future should they come back in to contact with humans. Neither bear had previously been handled by NDOW.
Carol Paz, host of "Women to Women" broadcast Thursday's on Charter Cable interviews Northern Nevada resident and Iranian political activist Shala Fedai in a fascinating two part interview. Go here for Part II.
This week's Women to Women Nevada is the second of a two-part series that features guest Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell who answers questions from five local women on matters related to the city. Go here for the first part of the series.
In 2010, McCall Realty of South Lake Tahoe pledged to donate $20,000 of annual profits to five non-profit organizations benefitting the youth of South Shore. Owner Thane McCall is fulfilling that promise by delivering final contributions to the South Lake Tahoe Police Activities League (PAL), which will use the funds for after-school programs including a boxing club, bike club, recreation outing group and various sports teams.
Investigators of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office have identified three suspects believed involved in two recent residential burglaries that occurred on Wildrose Dr, in Minden between Sunday, August 19 and Thursday, August 23.
Through extensive follow-up investigation, DCSO detectives were able to tie the suspects to possession of property that was stolen in the residential burglaries. Much of the property, estimated to have a value of approximately $40,000, has been recovered.