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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Employees from Greater Nevada Mortgage and Greater Nevada Credit Union pose with Bob the Builder at last Saturday’s Playhouse Build-a-Thon in Reno, a fundraiser for Truckee Meadows Habitat for Humanity. Thirty-three Greater Nevada employees joined other Habitat for Humanity volunteers to help raffle off five custom-built playhouses.
On Monday, University of Nevada, Reno, announced which programs it intends to eliminate and shocked those who thought that another round o
Carson City authorities arrested two men, both with felony convictions, on various felony weapon and drug charges after a traffic stop at 11:45 p.m. Jan. 12 in the 1400 block of Rand. A loaded rifle "ready to fire" tucked in the front seat of the vehicle, knives and methamphetamine were confiscated.
Dareck Gregory Pollock, 38, of Wellington, and Robert Lee Hill, 37, of Ridgecrest were taken into custody by Carson City authorities after a search of the men and vehicle turned up the gun, knives and drugs.
Musician and educator John Shipley will present a lecture and demonstration with slides and audio samples on the history of rock n' roll, concluding with questions and comments from the audience and the raffle of an electric guitar. The talk will be on Tuesday, August 6, 7-8:30 p.m., at Brewery Arts Center Ballroom, 449 W. King Street, Carson City. Admission is free.
The Miss Nevada Pageant says the new Miss Nevada will walk down the runway at the Las Vegas Circus Circus Hotel-Casino tonight with the crown that was meant for her. They found it. It was in a non-descript box that was accidentally scooped up among others that were bound for an alteration shop in Reno.
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.
By Mike Wolterbeek
A new invasive species has been identified at Lake Tahoe, and it’s likely to be the most aggressive fish to ply the waters of the mile-high lake.
“In our work to remove warm-water fish from Lake Tahoe, we’ve discovered smallmouth bass, a much more ferocious predator than other species known to have invaded the lake,” Sudeep Chandra, limnologist at the University of Nevada, Reno said. The removal work is being coordinated by the California Department of Fish and Game as part of the Lake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Program and funded in part by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Carson City authorities remained busy over the weekend, making several DUI and drug-related arrests.
Officers responded to cases involving stalking, threats and assault, arrest records from this weekend show. Also, the investigation continues into Sunday's vandalism discovery on the west side of Carson City where several vehicles, a church, school and homes were damaged either by BB gun shots or rocks.
Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong said that as of Monday morning reports of vandalism were still coming into the sheriff's office. There have been up to about a dozen reports of vandalism done to cars, houses, schools, businesses and a church, he said.
An international celebration of science and humanity held on or around February 12, the day that Charles Darwin was born in 1809. Specifically, it celebrates the discoveries and life of Charles Darwin and expresses gratitude for the enormous benefits that scientific knowledge, acquired through human curiosity and ingenuity, has contributed to the advancement of humanity. Includes presentations, children's activities, door prizes, film and good conversation.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
South Valleys Library
15650 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV.
Open to the public.
UPDATE: According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, Assemblywoman Lucy Flores’ office has confirmed that she received threats after her testimony Monday in the Assembly Education Committee when she said that she had an abortion when she was 16. This was confirmed at 3:58 PM. Here’s Nevada Media Alliance’s original coverage when the rumors first surfaced:
A CareFlight helicopter was dispatched this afternoon after a woman apparently either fell or jumped out of a moving vehicle near Telegraph and Stewart streets in Carson City.
The accident happened around 3 this afternoon. The woman was said to be consciousness and was speaking with paramedics but the extent of her injuries are undetermined, authorities said.
As of 3:30 this afternoon CareFlight landed at an empty parking lot area of the Carson Nugget. She will be likely be transported to Renown Medical Center in Reno.
The man who died in a Sunday morning altercation between rival gangs in downtown Reno has been identified as 28-year-old Macario Ortiz of Carson City, the Reno Gazette-Journal reports. Go here for the story.
NIAA cross country
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Kent W. Gabriel, M.D., F.A.C.S. Dr. Gabriel’s unparalleled academic education and surgical training have prepared him to offer aesthetic surgery in Carson City and Northern Nevada.
He attended Yale University where he graduated Summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and was one of eleven graduating seniors elected as Scholar of the House. He was also a Visiting Scholar at Cambridge University in England.
Saturday August 16, the Vegas to Reno Race got underway. With 300 entries, 125 Bikes, 175 Cars and trucks, 9 countries, 25 states and 535 miles of the roughest, siltest, twisted, Nevada Desert to run on.
The BEST IN THE DESERT, Vegas to Reno Race is the longest and richest Desert Race in the United States. Veteran Race Organizer, Casey Folks, said "This was a great race, fantastic weather, so happy to have these amazing Sponsors and world class Racers out having a good time, there is nothing like it."
Comment on Project manager of financially troubled Reno Aces Ballpark project now helping to guide Carson City-Nugget project by Dave MorganSubmitted by on Thu, 01/28/2010 - 11:12pm
Right you are. You provoked a thought in me earlier today after I read your last contribution.
RENO (AP) - More than 400 people gathered Sunday night to pay their respects to the victims of a deadly crash at an air race and to dedicate a tree that the state's governor said would serve as ...
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The Obama administration is launching an effort to accelerate protection of sage grouse along the California-Nevada line with $31 million in spending through 2024 to help ranchers and others improve habitat in what one top official says may be the best, last chance to keep the bi-state population off the list of threatened species.
A 27-year-old Carson City man was jailed Monday on a gross misdemeanor charge of open and gross lewdness and domestic battery after allegedly throwing himself on a 16-year-old girl and kissing her, a Carson City sheriff’s deputy said.
According to the arrest report, officers responded to the 100 block of Carson Meadows at 8:35 p.m. regarding a dispute inside a home involving two large families having a barbecue. Both families live in the home.
Carson City and areas west of Highway 395 from Lassen County, to Reno, Lake Tahoe and into northern Mono County are under a Flood Watch.
Fatal motorcycle accidents on Highway 50, Mount Rose Highway tie up homebound holiday traffic from Lake TahoeSubmitted by Jeff Munson on Mon, 09/03/2012 - 4:24pm
UPDATE: 5:09PM: A female passenger on a motorcycle died this Labor Day and the driver was seriously injured on Highway 50 near Glenbrook, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol. In a separate accident on Mount Rose Highway a motorcyclist has also died.
The Highway 50 accident, reported at 3:13 Monday afternoon near Logan Creek on the East Shore of Lake Tahoe, shut down traffic in the eastbound lane. Traffic, as of 5 p.m. continued to be diverted to the westbound lane, said NHP Trooper Barbara Stapleton.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed Nevada Congressman Mark Amodei’s bill known as Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe – Fish Springs Ranch Settlement Act, by a bipartisan voice vote.
The bill, H.R. 3716, would ratify an agreement between the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe and Fish Springs Ranch to resolve a dispute over water rights near Reno. It is expected to be passed by the Senate and signed into law.
A Carson City man was jailed early Tuesday morning following a domestic battery in which he allegedly prevented the victim from reporting the crime.
Amalio Pedro Montanes, 25, was arrested in the 3300 block of Pontius Place at 1:26 a.m. According to the arrest report, officers responded to the residence on a welfare check after dispatch received a call from a woman who gave an address and then disconnected.
Upon arrival officers met with the victim who stated she was upset with her boyfriend, identified a Montanes. The victim said he had come home drunk and wanted him to leave.
The Nevada Division of Emergency Management issued a statement today regarding a heat wave that will grip the Silver State through the weekend and into next week as well as providing instructions for residents and visitors of how to beat the heat.
Read the statement below:
Margaret and Michael Riley drove to Carson City Friday afternoon from Reno just to enjoy the ambiance of the Carson Station's Wing Off, an inaugural chicken wing cookoff."We heard about it ... a...
A week after two storms dropped at least a foot of snow in Carson City and several feet in the Sierra, another storm will move into the area late Thursday into Friday and is expected bring between 3 to 8 inches to the capital city and several feet above Lake Tahoe.
The heaviest snow with the system should be dropping by early Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Reno and Carsonweather.com.
A Carson City woman, distraught over a break-up with her boyfriend, stabbed herself numerous times in front of the boyfriend’s duplex on Roundhouse Street last evening, and then walked off into the dark. The boyfriend called 9-1-1 and a search was launched for Robin Mullens, 43.
New York does; Los Angeles does; Boston does; Atlanta does; San Francisco does; Phoenix does; Denver does; Salt Lake does; Albuquerque does; Reno does; Carson City does. The only difference between those places and Las Vegas is Las Vegas has to follow ...
Four people were arrested this weekend by the Carson City Sheriff's Office Special Enforcement Team in two separate instances that involved heroin possession.
A Carson City couple were arrested Saturday, 12:44 p.m. in the 800 block of North Carson Street. Jeffery K. Freeman faces felony charges of failure to appear on a warrant for category B burglary, possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
Recent rainfall and clearing skies may allow areas of fog to develop across Carson City, Carson Valley and Lake Tahoe through Thursday morning.
The National Weather Service in Reno reports visibility could drop below one mile with a few areas of dense fog and visibility below 1/4 of a mile early Thursday morning. Fog will begin to burn off after 8 a.m., and may linger in a few valleys until 11 a.m.
Areas of fog could impact travel along the following routes:
By Cy Ryan CARSON CITY — Robert L. Schouweiler, a former assemblyman and district judge from Reno, has died after a short illness in La Costa, Calif. He served two terms in the Assembly, taking part in the 1967 and 1969 regular sessions and ...
Casinos in Carson City and Carson Valley, including Minden, Gardnerville and Topaz had a gaming "win" of $8,618,391 for May compared to $8,858,762 during the same period in 2013.
Marlette Lake, which is located between Carson City and Lake Tahoe, will open for the 2011 fishing season on July 15. That season will close on Sept. 30.
Fishing hours are one hour before sunrise to two hours after sunset. The limit is zero fish. Catch and release only.
Only artificial flies and lures with single barbless hooks may be used.
Be advised that this lake is a five mile hike (one-way) with an elevation gain of about 1,200 feet from Spooner State Park at Spooner Summit.
There is no overnight camping permitted at Marlette Lake.
Le Cirque Vagabond cirque style entertainment brings a breathtaking and wondrous show to Carson City with Dreamaire, Saturday, April 20, with shows at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., at the Bob Boldrick Theater, in the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William St.
However Le Cirque Vagabond not only brings world class amazing acts and a message that will stop and awe you. This company is driven by its very message that they convey.
Discover the wonders of star and planet gazing. Astronomy experts Jay Lawson and Adam Kremers will set up their high-powered telescopes to view the Venus, the Milky Way galaxy, Saturn and its rings and moons as well as many other fascinating objects in the night sky.
WHAT: Stargazing at Washoe Lake State Park
WHEN: Saturday, August 10, from 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Fourteen vehicles were involved in a crash Wednesday morning on southbound Highway 395 between McCarran and Oddie Boulevard in Reno, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports. One person was injured.
The crash happened at 6:43 a.m. and caused traffic delays. According to NHP Trooper Chuck Allen, the chain of events began when five vehicles were involved in a collision in the left lane of the south bound travel lanes.
Rebelution, Iration, The Green, Stick Figure and DJ Mackle perform as part of the Count Me in Summer Tour, at North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista, Aug. 13, 2014 at 4:30 p.m.
General admission tickets cost $32.50 in advance and are available at http://ticketf.ly/1gSouF5 and the show is open to all ages. For more information, visit http://prepresents.com/Events/?eid=488834641217948
or www.facebook.com/events/488834641217948/ or contact Kaati Reno at Kaati@ ReggaeFestivalGuide.com or 775-846-8238.
A bear linked to tearing off the siding of a house in Incline Village was captured, tranquilized, driven to Reno and put down by the Nevada Department of Wildlife today.
The four-year-old, 250-pound male had been sought since Presidents Day weekend in February when the siding incident was reported and a trap was put out. That trap captured the wrong bear, who was then released.
Fernley 95A Speedway held the next to last points race of the year on Saturday, September 1. Over 70 cars registered, including 23 IMCA Modifieds.
From Tahoe’s mountaintops to the lake’s sandy bottom, scientists from the University of Nevada, Reno continue to study and find solutions to the breadth of issues that face the entire Lake Tahoe Basin. Their research is making a tangible contribution to the decisions, policies and practices that guide the basin’s environmental health.
A developing storm system will move into the region beginning late Tuesday and drop into Western Nevada and the Sierra by early Wednesday, the National Weather Service in Reno reports. The system could bring up to a foot or more of snow to the Lake Tahoe area and a few inches to Carson City.
Winds will increase ahead of the storm system along the Sierra front late Tuesday afternoon, with gusts up to 50 mph by early Tuesday night.