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:
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The victim of Sunday morning's shooting at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center has died, said Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong.
The victim, Francis Dresser, 86, and her husband, lived of Douglas County. Carson City sheriff’s detectives have amended the arrest charges for William Dresser, Francis’ husband, to murder. Dresser remains in custody on suicide watch at the Carson City Jail on $225,000 bond.
Record or near-record high temperatures are forecast for Reno and Carson City on Sunday and Monday.
For Carson City, Sunday's high is expected to be 85, breaking the record of 81 set in 1934. Monday's Carson City high is expected to be 81, matching the record set in 1981.
RENO- A night after celebration, the Aces looked to be suffering 'post-celebration' effects. They came out against the Fresno Grizzlies on Tuesday night lethargic but the game stayed close. The Aces' starter RHP Kevin Mulvey went 5 innings giving up 5 hits (one of those a homerun) 3 runs with 5 strikeouts and no walks allowed.
Word was out today that two local businesses will be closing their doors.
First, there is City Cafe Bakery on South Carson Street. The building they are in was taken over by new owners, and they can't seem to come to an agreement over rent.
This week's episode of Women to Women features Lori Bagwell and Karen Abowd. Two residents who are running for Supervisor, but in different wards — Abowd, Ward 1 as an Incumbent and Bagwell in Ward 3.
Both of these women are business veterans as well as experienced in working with budgets. Karen will be running for re-election in November, while Lori will be running for the first time in an elected position.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has released more information into two deadly vehicle accidents this weekend that resulted in four fatalities on Highway 395 in Douglas County. The accidents happened within a few hours of each other. The first accident, in which three people died, was reported at 11:45 p.m. Saturday night near Leviathan Mine Road on Highway 395.
Looking for A Job or Job Training? Check out the Employment Case Management Program: Unemployed or underemployed adults are welcome. Participants need not reside in Storey County to take advantage of these services.
Silver City, Dayton, Mound House, Carson City and Reno residents are all welcome to participate.
How Do I Use the Program?
RENO (AP) - When Washoe County Sheriff Mike Haley talks about regionalizing local police services, his thoughts turn to a report issued after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Unemployment figures for Carson City continue to improve, dropping to 7.9 percent for the year after slight improvements in June. Statewide, Nevada’s unemployment rate fell to a seasonally adjusted 7.7 percent in June, the lowest it has been in nearly six years.
Over the year, unemployment in the Reno/Sparks metro area is down 2.8 points, and Carson City is down 2.5 points, according to figures released Friday from the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation. Reno/Sparks and Carson City each fell by 0.1 percentage points to 7.2 and 7.9 percent, respectively.
Two Care Flight helicopters were summoned to the Carson City Airport this afternoon on two separate medical events including a car accident involving a child.
The car accident in the Northgate Lane area of Carson City was reported at 1:37 this afternoon. In a separate call, at 1:38, an air ambulance was needed for an overdose patient, Sheriff Ken Furlong said.
Reports are that a 10-year-old girl was injured in the car accident, Furlong said. The extent of the child's injuries are unknown, Furlong added.
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Presentations by local educators, researchers, students and science enthusiasts on a wide range of subjects including the life and works of Charles Darwin; biological evolution; science education; psychology, philosophy; the contributions and benefits of scientific discovery to humanity and current affairs related to science and technology.
Charles Darwin, Alfred Russel Wallace and the Theory of Evolution;
"How Does Free Will Evolve Over Time?" (the evolution of self-control and agency);
Airborne/Space-Based Astronomy and the Horizons of Space Research;
FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE, RENO
Warning Summary:…Winter Weather Advisory Now In Effect From 1 Pm This Afternoon
To 4 Am Pst Tuesday…
Warning Message:The Winter Weather Advisory for snow
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Carson City Sheriff's deputies have made the following arrests based on felony or gross misdemeanor allegations:
- David Stone, 57, a Carson City man, at around 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Stone was arrested for battery with a deadly weapon and a misdemeanor allegation of domestic battery. Bail is set at $33,000 plus administrative fees.
A 22-year-old woman was injured in a single-vehicle rollover accident that happened at around 2:40 p.m. Wednesday at the northbound onramp of the I-580 freeway and Lakeview Road.
A vehicle rollover accident was reported in Carson City on Sunday night in which three were ejected and sustained traumatic injuries. The accident was reported at 9:28 p.m. in the Combs Canyon area near Lakeview and Ormsby. Three Care Flight helicopters were dispatched and landed at Western Nevada College.
A discussion on global warming and ways that plants, wildlife and humans living in the Sierra Nevada and Great Basin will adapt to climate change will be the focus of a free April 23 forum at Western Nevada College in Carson City.
Business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to access resources and learn more about overcoming the issues and challenges of launching or expanding a business during the Governor’s Conference on Small Business 2013. The annual statewide conference, taking place in Reno for the first time on August 28 at the Grand Sierra Resort, will provide a comprehensive one-stop resource for information on funding, licensing, regulatory compliance and much more.
The ongoing investigation of a parental abduction of two children, missing since Nov. 21, 2013 has ended with the arrest of Kathryn Ann Moore and the safe recovery of the two children Patricia Read and William Moore, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has identified two of the victims who died in Saturday's crash involving three motorcycles on Geiger Grade. They are James L. Wood, 68, of Silver Springs and Robert E. Sanders, 60, of Reno. Three others remain hospitalized.
According to NHP Trooper Dave Gibson, officers at around 9 a.m. to the accident scene on State Route 341 at Washoe mile marker 4 approximately 2.5 miles south of the Highway 395 a junction in South Reno.
Finding ordinary magic just became a little easier for Amanda Aldridge, who teaches high school English in the agricultural community of Yerington, 80 miles outside of Reno. Thanks to money awarded through the Nevada Poetry Out Loud Program, a national poetry recitation competition for high school students, Aldridge added $500 in her budget for resources to help students overcome fears and experience the magic of poetry.
Care Flight was called Wednesday afternoon following a crash involving a motorcycle and a vehicle in Carson City. The crash was reported at 3:41 p.m. at Highway 50 East and Empire Ranch Road near the satellite post office.
Care Flight is transporting the motorcycle rider from the Carson City Airport to Renown Medical Center in Reno.
The condition of the rider is unknown. Nevada Highway Patrol also responded as well as the Carson City Fire Department and Carson City Sheriff's Office deputies.
Contra Dance Oct. 12 with Slim & Minnie, Norris Schultz and Vicki Hass: Local Honey Contra Dance BandSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Tue, 09/10/2013 - 9:58pm
Contra Dance with Sierra Contra Dance Society to live music by Local Honey Band on Oct. 13, 2013 in the Old Liberty School (Old Southside School Building / Reno Parks and Rec.), 190 E. Liberty St., Reno.
The dance starts at 7:30PM. New-dancer orientation starts at 7:15PM.
Contra dancing is similar to line dancing and square dancing, and it's always done to LIVE music. It's easy to learn, and a caller calls out all the dance moves. It's fun, sociable and aerobic.
A Reno truck driver faces weapons and other charges after he was arrested Sunday in Carson City and found to be in illegal possession of a loaded short barrel shotgun and a fully-loaded and ready-to-fire .44 magnum pistol in his waistband.
John Thomas Aston, 67, was arrested in the 2100 block of Highway 50 East at about 9:20 a.m. Sunday after an officer initiated a stop when the plates on his vehicle didn't match those on record.
With veiled threats to the governors of Nevada and several other states last month by a far-right militia group, the amount of anti-government fervor may be boiling over nationally, but all is peaceful today in Carson City as more than a thousand have gathered at the Capitol to protest President Barack Obama, Sen. Harry Reid and health care.
Oh, and taxes. But there were far more anti-Obama and Harry Reid signs and a few Hitler ones than anything remotely about the IRS, today being the filing deadline for federal income taxes.
Have you ever wanted to have a jam session with your favorite rock-star? It seems out of the question, but for a lucky high school choir, they'll do just that this weekend.
It's really a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity; Saturday night, the Carson High Choir will join Foreigner at the Silver Legacy on the song "I Want to Know What Love Is."
The Nevada Division of Forestry is hosting “Junk The Junipers,” 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 10, at its Eastlake Office. Residents of local communities are encouraged to bring their junipers, pines, rabbitbrush, sagebrush and other woody vegetation to be chipped for free. Participants will receive a coupon from Moana Nursery for 30 percent off a “good plant choice,” Moana-grown replacement shrub.
Jake Bayliss, a senior at Reno’s Bishop Manogue High School and Carson City resident, decided to support American Veterans in need by organizing a “Toiletries Drive” to benefit the VA Hospital in Reno, Nevada. Jake gathered over 200 kits containing toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, razors, shaving cream and deodorant which he delivered to the VA Hospital on August 22, 2012.
In recognition of the state’s sesquicentennial, Changing Faces and Places: Making Nevada is the second in a series of three Special Collections and University Archives exhibits commemorating 150 years of Nevada history at the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center on the University of Nevada, Reno campus.
CARSON CITY â€“ In the fight for control of the RepublicanÂ Party in the state Senate in the Tuesday primary it was an even split, with conservative candidates taking two of four contested seatsÂ and two others going to more moderate candidates backed by Senate Minority Leader Bill Raggio.
Bakersfield man remains in serious condition after bicycle crash involving semi in the Cave Rock tunnelSubmitted by Jeff Munson on Fri, 07/11/2014 - 10:27am
A 48-year-old Bakersfield, Calif., man remains in serious condition after the bicycle he was riding Thursday was struck in the tunnel at Cave Rock on Highway 50 near Lake Tahoe, a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper said.
Clarence M. Aldridge was flown by Care Flight to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno for his injuries where he remains in serious condition. NHP responded at 9:50 a.m. to the accident, which closed a portion of the highway for several hours, said NHP Trooper Dave Gibson.
UPDATE 5:30PM: A motorcycle and a vehicle reportedly collided this afternoon in Carson City, killing the motorcyclist. The accident was reported at around 4:50 p.m. at Camballeria Drive and Carson River Road. The accident victim, a man who has not yet been identified, was reported to be "not moving" and Care Flight was called.
The call was cancelled because the motorcyclist died from injuries, according to Carson City emergency personnel at the scene and confirmed by Sheriff Ken Furlong.
A backlog in disability claims for veterans has been reduced in Northern Nevada over the past two years, with more plans in the works to address the complex issue, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced recently.
In Northern Nevada, 785 veterans were provided decisions on their claims during the 2-year iniative. As of June 19, 2013, 49 of these two-year claims remain pending.
Nevada Sen. Harry Reid released the following statement on the newly announced reduction in disability claims:
Mark Your Calendar for the Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS® Summer Golf Tournament on Friday, June 27, 2013 - Proceeds Benefit Local High School StudentsSubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Thu, 05/29/2014 - 12:30pm
The Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS® hosts the “Alyce McCracken Scramble for Scholarships,” Friday, June 27, at the Eagle Valley Golf Course in Carson City.
This annual golf tournament is played in honor of REALTOR® Alyce McCracken, a resident of Northern Nevada who had a passion for continuing education and training. Proceeds from the tournament benefit local high schools in the communities served by the Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS® including the counties of Carson, Douglas, Churchill, and parts of Lyon.
By Sean Whaley / Nevada News Bureau
CARSON CITY – Gov. Brian Sandoval is considering giving Nevada’s higher education system more control to spend tuition and state funds.
As part of his budget, the governor may recommend a statutory change to allow colleges and universities more authority to manage their budgets with a lesser degree of legislative control, said Dale Erquiaga, the governor’s senior advisor.
Here are the most recent fish plants in Western Nevada by the Nevada Department of Wildlife.
March 26: Squaw Creek Reservoir north of Gerlach in Washoe County: 1,506 rainbow trout: 10.0 inches in length.
March 26: Truckee River in Washoe County: 7,002 rainbows: 8.6 inches.
March 28: West Walker River in Lyon County: 10,383 brown trout fingerlings: 1.9 inches.
March 28: Wilson Common in Washoe Valley: 502 rainbows: 10.0 inches.
March 28: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 502 rainbows: 10.0 inches.
The University of Nevada, Reno’s Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition winner, Irrigo, is the recipient of $50,000, which will help further develop water efficiency services for flood irrigated agriculture. Using flood gate automation, field surveys and water and soil sensors all connected to the cloud, Irrigo is developing a more efficient way to irrigate agricultural fields.
Saying he’ll have tens of thousands of people listening and many more than normal speaking and asking questions, Senator Harry Reid will host a Health Reform Town Hall Meeting over the phone lines and cellular air waves Friday, August 28th, from 2:30 to 3:30pm.