It is our goal as your full service real estate company specializing in the Carson City, Dayton, and Minden - Gardnerville areas, to provide you with superior service at all times. Our local expertise and extensive real estate experience will benefit you whether you are serious about buying or selling a home at this time, or are a returning client checking out the many homeowner resources we offer.
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Welcome to Eagle Valley Golf Course!
Eagle Valley Golf Course is situated in the foothills of Carson City, Nevada and is just minutes away from scenic Lake Tahoe, Virginia City, Reno and the beautiful Carson Valley.
We offer two 18-hole courses to choose from:
If you’re a fisherman or fisherwoman, it’s that time of the year to remind you to purchase your Nevada 2013-2014 fishing license.
That new fishing license year begins on March 1 and it will run through the last day in February, 2014.
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.
RENO - Valentine's Day is supposed to be day of love and romanticism. It's the day men go all out to impress their significant others with flowers, jewelry and treat them to a special event. For many people earlier this year, that event was...
Legends of the West Bike & Car Fest
Legends of the West Bike & Car Fest is coming to Carson City on June 30, 2012. The planning for this event is going fast and furious and we are anticipating a great second annual show. This event is being held on June 30, 2012, under the auspices of the Carson City Downtown Business Association and is being managed by Arlington Group Events. The CCSO 9th Annual Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge will take place at Legends. See these highly trained men and women compete for glory in slow motion!
Carson City District Attorney Neil Rombardo will speak before the National Narcotics Officers' Associations' Coalition at 2:15 p.m. Thursday at the Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino in Reno. Rombardo ...
The Northern Nevada Development Authority presents Good Things Happening in Carson City, on Sept. 13 at 7 a.m. at the Carson Nugget.
Join us as Mayor Bob Crowell outlines the great changes taking place in Carson City and their importance to the community as a whole, as well as how the health of the commercial real estate market relates to the proposed City Center Project.
Reports of utility scammers continue to surface, with NV Energy being the latest to alert customers about individuals trying to get credit card information.
NV Energy spokeswoman Faye Andersen said the company has learned about phone callers identifying themselves as employees of the company and threatening disconnection of service if a credit card payment or cash transfer isn't immediately made over the phone.
The former U.S. Marine of 29 years is set to run 70 miles, from Coleville, Calif., to Virginia City, beginning Tuesday to raise money for the Marsoc Wounded Warrior Foundation, which supports U.S. veterans. The run, part of the “Miles for Marsoc” campaign, begins Tuesday and is scheduled to end Wednesday.
Padilla, 49, of Cold Springs will be running by himself for the first 50 miles and expects to be joined by two other runners toward the end of the run.
Bring in the small dogs and secure the lawn furniture, a cold front passing through the Sierra and western Nevada on Saturday will bring strong and gusty southwest winds to the Carson City region, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.
Forecasters say the system will bring dangerous crosswinds along Interstates 80 and 580 as well as Highway 395 with travel likely impacted for high profile vehicles. A High Wind Warning has been issued by the weather service.
A few years ago, some experts predicted the world was about to reach a peak in global oil and gas production to be followed soon by marked decline. It would cause “war, famine, pestilence and death” – the biblical Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Another version: “war, starvation, economic recession, possibly even the extinction of homo sapiens.”
A 28-year-old Carson City woman faces a felony grand larceny charge after allegedly trying to steal approximately 40 items of clothing valued at around $1,000 from Kohls.
Lindsie Newman was arrested Monday 6:45 p.m. after store security stopped her as she left the store without paying. The woman placed items of clothing in a purse and in a plastic bag, according to the arrest report.
A spring storm will move into the Sierra and western Nevada Monday and Tuesday, which may improve conditions for firefighters battling the Hunter Falls Fire west of Reno.
The storm will bring increasing chances of showers and thunderstorms to the region with moderate to heavy rainfall, according to the National Weather Service. The heaviest showers may develop over Nevada, which would lead to higher precipitation totals than the Sierra.
By Nevada News Bureau
CARSON CITY â€“ Nevada is projected to lose more than 50,000 residents by 2014 because of the ongoing state economic slump, state Demographer Jeff Hardcastle said today.
The short term projections are bleak under either of two models developed by Hardcastle toÂ forecast Nevadaâ€™s population growth through 2030.
On Friday, July 11, the Nevada State Museum, the Reno Navy League and the Nevada Sesquicentennial Commission will re-dedicate a plaque at the USS Nevada Memorial on the Capitol Grounds in Carson City. A reception honoring the battleship USS Nevada and her fallen crew will follow in Old Assembly Chambers.
Getting screened for breast cancer is one of the most important things a woman can do to protect her health.
Nevada Health Centers' traveling Mammovan is providing screening mammograms in the communities of Fallon, Fernley, Gerlach, Reno, Silver Springs, Sparks and Sun Valley through February 28, 2014.
Make your mammogram appointment today by calling toll-free 1.877.581.6266
CARSON CITY – A Reno resident who in November announced he was organizing a recall effort against veteran Nevada state Sen. Bill Raggio, R-Reno, said this week he is withdrawing from the effort due to time constraints.
Recall organizer Dana Allen, a businessman who has been active in Tea Party rallies, said he will look for another Washoe County resident to take over the effort.
Gov. Sandoval Told Emergency Officials Monitoring Japan Tragedy Closely, Briefed On Nevada’s Earthquake ReadinessSubmitted by Nevada News Bureau on Wed, 03/16/2011 - 2:15pm
Responding to last week’s devastation in Japan, Charter Communications will waive all charges for direct dial long-distance calls to Japan from residential and business Charter Phone customers through April 30.
The free offer will be retroactive for calls placed to Japan from March 11, according to a statement from its Reno office.
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.
Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Nevada, a non-profit organization that houses families with children at local hospitals, will be bringing its Red Shoe Gala to the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno for a third year. The Oct. 10, 2014, event will raise funds for the organization’s mission with the theme “Make Someone Happy!”
Expect several days of rain in Carson City and snow in the Sierra through at least Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Reno and Carsonweather.com.
Low pressure in the northeast Pacific will direct the jet stream and bring abundant moisture into the Sierra and Western Nevada region including Carson City. The pattern is forecast to remain through the week and possibly into next week and is a favorable set-up for heavy precipitation and strong winds across the region, according to a weather service statement.
12:10 p.m. update: The Associated Press is reporting that the Carson City Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the shooter in the Carson City IHOP incident has died of his self-inflicted gunshot wound.
A 41-year-old Carson City man was arrested Monday, 5:52 p.m. in the 400 block of East Lee Street. He faces a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery.
According to the arrest report, Carson City sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the area at 2:30 p.m. on a report of a domestic battery. Upon arrival officers spoke with a woman who was uncooperative. Officers returned to the area later and spoke with the woman again, where officers observed a fresh abrasion on the right side of her forehead, her right eyelid and left cheek.
UPDATE: The 8-year-old boy struck by a vehicle Thursday night at Desatoya and Woodside was flown by Care Flight to Renown Medical Center in Reno. His condition is unknown at this time. The Carson City Sheriff's Office is investigating the accident.
Care Flight was called and Carson City ambulance and sheriff's deputies responded tonight to Desatoya and Woodside streets for a child hit by a vehicle. The call came into dispatch at 7:06 p.m.
The Business Branch of the Carson City Library at the Business Resource Innovation Center will be a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site again for the upcoming tax season. The VITA program offers free preparation of federal and state income tax returns to low-to-moderate income families in Northern Nevada who cannot prepare their own return.
One of the things that came out at Monday night's Nugget Project advisory was a setback for the business incubator part of the project.
It was announced by project consultant Mark Lewis that C4Cube, the business incubator in Reno that was considering operating the planned Carson City incubator, was no longer a part of their discussions. We don't know exactly what happened, but not having an experienced operator could threaten this part of the project.
Rain turns to snow in Carson City as storm pushes through; Tahoe may get several feet overnight (UPDATE: 9:40 PM)Submitted by editor on Sun, 12/19/2010 - 4:20am
Rain has turned to snow tonight as a strong winter storm continues to bring a mix of precipitation to the Carson City area and heavy snow at Lake Tahoe.
A winter weather advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. Monday morning for the Carson City region, while a winter storm warning continues at Lake Tahoe until 4 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Reno.
Carson City and Carson Valley regions can expect about 2 to 4 inches of snow overnight, while Tahoe is expected to receive several more feet, especially in areas above 7,000 feet.
Earlier Sunday wind and rain caused a number of problems, including downed trees and minor flooding.
At 4:25 p.m., a large tree crashed into two vehicles on Nelson Lane near Bunch Way in Carson City. Tree limbs are reportedly also resting on homes, according to police dispatch. Meanwhile high winds that whipped through the area earlier this afternoon brought down another large tree in the area of Sherman Lane.
Water ponding has been reported throughout town, both the east and west sides, and around Highway 50 near the old Scolari's. Roof leaks have even been reported at the Carson City Sheriff's Office at 911 Musser Street.
Back-to-back weather systems moving into the Carson City area today has prompted the National Weather Service in Reno to issue a winter weather advisory through 3 a.m. Monday morning.
UPDATE 4 p.m.: Mount Rose Highway continues to remain closed because of weather conditions. And there is a wind advisory for the Carson City region. Go to Carsonweather.com for the latest.
RENO (AP) - Federal officials announced Thursday that a rare plant found in three Western states warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act, and a toad found only in Nevada will be studied to determine if it deserves a similar...
Travels include stops in New Jersey,Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and California.
Cece Otto is a classically trained vocalist who has performed in venues all over the world.
She set out to create a project that fused her passions for music, travel and writing into a unique creative work. “An American Songline” was born as a cross-country musical journey that takes her from New York to San Francisco along the Lincoln Highway, America's first transcontinental road, to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2013.
February 09, marks a special day in the life of yours truly.
It is my one-year anniversary writing about the Great Outdoors at Internet website Carson Now.
Time certainly flies when you are having fun, and it has been both a totally enjoyable and a totally memorable year of writing about all kinds of activities in the Great Outdoors, both near and far away.
Medical marijuana dispensaries could provide an opportunity for entrepreneurs as well as patients in Nevada, according to the CEO of a business training center who recently held a seminar in Reno.
CARSON CITY – Democrats continued to outpace their Republican counterparts in voter registration efforts in July, the Secretary of State’s office reported this week.
Democrats registered 8,121 active voters, while Republicans registered 3,705 active voters. Active registered nonpartisans increased by 4,946 during the same time period.
RENO (AP) - An 18-year-old California woman was killed after she was ejected from a Jeep Grand Cherokee while traveling on a rural Nevada road.Taylor Barney died during the Wednesday accident near ...
Five more died in a shooting at an IHOP restaurant in nearby Carson City on Sept. 6, including three members of the local National Guard unit. Mike Houghton, director of the Reno Air Races Association, said he's at a loss to describe the public ...
More than 300 middle and high school musicians will perform during the 14th annual Jazz in the Schools program on Saturday, February 1, 2014 in Nightingale Concert Hall at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) campus.
Official will be on hand at the Reno River Festival to answer questions.
With the annual Reno River Festival taking place this weekend, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) wants to remind paddle craft users that they are required to purchase an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) decal to use canoes and kayaks on the Truckee River.
This AIS decal program was created to combat the growing menace of AIS in Nevada’s waterways.
Western Nevada College has named 68 students to the Summer 2014 Dean’s List. To qualify for WNC’s Dean’s List, students must complete at least six units during the semester and accumulate a grade point average of 3.50 or higher.
Students achieving the honor are:
Blackbane, a nine-member Lassen High School alumni rock band who began the group's first incarnation nearly 30 years ago, will play together again this weekend at Black Tangerine in Reno, after reconnecting on Facebook.
"None of this would have happened if it weren't for Facebook," said Joe Moody, drummer and one of three members of the original band, Rocksalt. "I stayed in touch, playing over the years with a couple of the guys, but there were other members who had fallen off the face of the earth."
This past Monday, area bartenders, mixologists, and industry insiders descended upon the Reno Aces Stadium for the Wirtz Beverage Craft Spirits and Specialty Expo.
Six people, chosen at random, competed in an Iron Style Cocktail Competition: 10 minutes to create a beverage for the 4 US Bartenders Guild judges. Steven Sedillos, Adele's server and bartender/mixologist at The Blue Bull, tied for first place with his Basil-Berry Sparkler.
When Guy Rocha told his mentor at San Diego State University in 1975 that he was moving to Reno to pursue a doctorate in history, he was asked why go to such as small school in a small state when he could get into virtually any university in the country.
Here's the video of Thursday's press conference in Carson City announcing Tesla's plans to build a gigafactory in Storey County.
Tesla has been in negotiation for months with four other states including California, Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico. CEO Elon Musk announced in spring that two sites would start to be constructed before a final winner was declared.
In July, Tesla broke ground at the Reno Tahoe Industrial Center, but the company did not publicly commit to building in Nevada. The Silver State ultimately won the battle for the major economic development.
A 40-year-old Reno man was arrested Tuesday by Douglas County authorities following an investigation that lasted several months into stolen solar energy equipment.
Geoffrey Earl Meudt, a former resident of Gardnerville, faces a felony charge of possession of stolen property, said Douglas County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Pat Brooks. From November 2013 to April 2014, there were five separate thefts in Douglas County of electrical producing solar panels and associated solar energy system components.
Douglas Boyle is Nevada's new state climatologist. He will oversee operations of the Nevada State Climate Office, a public-service department in the College of Science at the University of Nevada, Reno.
The state climatologist and the Nevada Climate Office collect, maintain and interpret Nevada’s climate and weather data information, publish a quarterly report and provide leadership on climatic hazards and drought planning in the state through work and consultation with the governor's office and state agencies.
Legal aid fairs are set Saturday at Meadowood Mall in Reno, Saturday at the Carson Nugget in Carson City, and Wednesday at the Fernley Intermediate School ...