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Valley Realty & Management

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.
Buying a home? We look forward to helping you select the home of your dreams by taking time to listen to your needs and desires.


3246 N Carson St # 100
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 885-5055

Eagle Valley Golf Course

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:

Eagle Valley East features a user-friendly layout and is great for walking or riding.
Eagle Valley West is a desert links-style course that challenges the best of golfers.


3999 Centennial Park Drive
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 887-2380

Sen. Reid hosts Town Hall meeting on Health Care Reform – over the phone.

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.

Fernley to pay $5M, Lyon County $1.3M in '08 flood

RENO (AP) - Lyon County and the city of Fernley will pay the bulk of an $11 million settlement to about 600 victims of a flood caused by the failure of a century old irrigation canal three years ag...

Double homicide confirmed; Suspect dead; High speed chase on Highway 50 through Carson City, Lyon, Fallon ends at Sand Mountain

This story has since been updated with new information provided Saturday by the Washoe County Sheriff's Office. Go here for the latest update.

UPDATE: 11:10PM: Two women were found dead Friday night in a Washoe Valley home while the suspect was killed in a shootout after a high speed chase on Highway 50 that began in Carson City and ended at Sand Mountain Recreation Area in Churchill County. One man was shot and injured and is at Renown Medical Center in Reno, said Washoe County Sheriff's Office Detective Lt. Tom Green. His condition is unknown at this time.

The suspect is believed to have stolen a white Jeep Cherokee, which was registered to the residence, Green said. Inside the garage of the home was a pickup with Arizona license plates. Detectives are trying to determine if the pickup belonged to the suspect, said Green.


UPDATE 9:15 PM: The suspect in a Washoe Valley shooting earlier tonight is dead, confirmed Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong who was at the scene. No officers were hurt. Multiple agencies were involved in the pursuit, which began in Carson City on Highway 50 East and ended at a campground in the Sand Mountain Recreation Area. The campground was evacuated. At least eight Carson City sheriff's officers were involved in the pursuit.
UPDATE 855PM: Suspect reported down in the Sand Mountain Area in Churchill County after a shootout with law enforcement. Officers on the scene said the chase has ended. More information forthcoming as it becomes available.

Reno reels from 3 deadly tragedies in months

He was there the day after Labor Day when a man with an assault rifle shot a dozen people at a pancake restaurant in nearby Carson City. Then, last week, a nurse poked his head into the room and said, "Mike, we have mass casualties. ...

Obituary: Judy Lynn Brown

Judy Lynn Brown passed away peacefully with her family at her side Wednesday, March 16, 2011. She was 64. Judy was born May 8, 1946, to Judy Lynn Flyge to Roland and Miriam Flyge in Reno. Her ma...

Care Flight called to accident on Highway 50 and Pine Cone in Dayton

UPDATE: A 66-year-old Silver Springs woman was flown by Care Flight after a single vehicle accident Wednesday morning in which her car went more than 300 feet down an embankment off of Highway 50 and Pine Cone Road in Dayton, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

The woman, Claire Musty, was flown to Renown Medical Center in Reno with a possible broken femur, said NHP Trooper Dan Lopez.

Former Reno radio DJ Wild Bill Cody Dies

Popular 1980s-90s era Reno disc jockey Wild Bill Cody died of an apparent heart attack at his home in Colorado on Christmas Day at the age of 62. He was recuperating from a heart attack he suffered months earlier.

Women to Women Nevada with Carol Del Carlo

This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Carol Del Carlo, a native Nevadan active in the state Republican Party.

Women to Women Nevada is hosted by Carol Paz and 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.

Reno police arrest two in robbery spree

A Reno police officer’s hunch led to the arrests of two friends who are accused of a recent eight-day armed robbery spree that spanned from Reno and Sparks to Carson City.

Randy Macario Ancheta, 23, and Cameron Muhlenberg, 19, were arrested Tuesday night in a shopping center parking lot by Reno police.

Amodei announces new additions to team

Nevada Congressman Mark Amodei had added several new faces to his office staff including Bernie Curtis, who recently retired as chief of the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation.

Curtis, of Gardnerville, will serve as field representative in Amodei’s Reno office. He brings more than 36 years of experience from across Northern Nevada in law enforcement, local government and the private sector, including serving as Douglas County Commissioner.

Old Man Winter has rapid fire storms headed our way!

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

NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet May 14 in Reno

By Andrew Barbano
Rev. Onie Cooper and Dr. Milton Glick will be remembered at the Reno-Sparks NAACP's 66th Annual Freedom Fund Awards Banquet on Saturday, May 14, 2011, at the Atlantis Resort in Reno. Reception begins at 6:00 p.m. with dinner at 7:00 p.m. in the hotel's Grand Ballroom.

The keynote address will be delivered by retired City of Reno Assistant Chief of Police Ondra (pronounced like the French "Andre") Berry. He currently serves as a colonel in the Nevada Air National Guard and is a partner in a consulting firm.

Flight from Reno blows two tires while landing at Chicago's O'Hare

Passengers on an American Airlines flight from Reno had to get off their plane on a portable staircase at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago on Monday after the aircraft blew two tires while landing. No one was injured.

Wildfires still burn out of control north of Reno

RENO (AP) - Firefighters at the edge of the Sierra Nevada are trying to contain a pair of brush fires that have burned nearly 18 square miles near where the U.S. Bureau of Land Management national director nominee lives.

Women to Women Nevada discusses eating disorders with Elizabeth Tully

This week's Women to Women Nevada features guest Elizabeth Tully who heads up the Women's Workshop for Compulsive Eating, Dieting, and Exercising.

She tells host Carol Paz her compelling story of how she grew up a compulsive eater, identifying it later in life. Now she dedicates herself to helping people with eating disorders.

Tully can reach her at (775) 841-7415 or smilinginthemirror@gmail.com

Carson girls eye 10th state crown

Fresh off a team championship at last week's 4A regional meet, the Carson High girls' cross country squad shoots for its 10th state title today at Rancho San Rafael Park in Reno.The first of six ra...

Missing Douglas County woman found safe in Reno

UPDATE: Katherine Kaler has been located in Reno and is safe, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office confirmed. She did not have an explanation as to why she was not in contact with her family.

A 22-year-old Douglas County woman is missing and authorities are asking for the public's help in finding her.

Katherine Kahler’s family has not heard from her in the last three weeks, and they say her disappearance is not like her, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

Fish in Nevada without a license this Saturday

If you have been trying to figure out a way to get the kids off the computer and out of the house, then the Nevada Department of Wildlife has a plan, and here’s the best part: it’s free.

Nevada Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 14. On Free Fishing Day anglers may fish in any public fishing water in the state without a fishing license or trout stamp. All limits and other regulations apply.

All Four Congressional Candidates to Appear in Aug. 25 Debate

RENO, Nev. – Three Reno news organizations are teaming up to provide a debate on Thursday, Aug. 25, two days before early voting begins. The debate will last one hour, beginning at 6 p.m.

All four candidates in the race to fill the U.S. House seat left open by Dean Heller confirmed they will attend.

It’s a collaborative effort between the Reno Public Radio 88.7 FM (NPR), KNPB-TV Channel 5 (PBS), and the Reno Gazette-Journal.

Democrats Continue To Outpace Republicans In Voter Registration Efforts In August

CARSON CITY – Democrats continued to outpace Republicans in their voter registration efforts in August, signing up 12,163 new voters to 5,042 for Republicans, the Secretary of State’s office reported today.

Registered nonpartisans increased by 6,575 during the same time period, also exceeding the registrations by the GOP.

Nevada Senate 2010

by Diana Caswell Source: http://aroundcarson.com/2010/05/26/nevada_senate_2010 Nevada senate 2010- Chad Christensen- a true conservative-Dump Reid! Taking America back. Vote Chad Christensen Senate 2010 Nevada!

Comment on Project manager of financially troubled Reno Aces Ballpark project now helping to guide Carson City-Nugget project by dhataway

The incubator could be an issue for the reasons stated, however, it is possibly not a deal breaker.

Mountain Bike Nevada Seeks Adventure Riders

For the second time in history, mountain bike enthusiasts are welcome to join their peers on a great "Mountain Bike Nevada" adventure and ride through Nevada, border to border, from Sept. 8-18, 2012. "We're looking for riders who want to experience an epic ride across some of state's most spectacular terrain," said Todd Whear, ride organizer and event co-founder. The journey is touted as "once in a life-time experience" and is a fund-raising event for the Nevada Public Education Foundation.

Comment on Project manager of financially troubled Reno Aces Ballpark project now helping to guide Carson City-Nugget project by dhataway

When I stated “it is possibly not a deal breaker” I meant that even if the incubator was excluded from the final project, the project may still be viable for the reasons stated.

Milt Glick, University of Nevada, Reno president, dies

By Jane Tors
RENO — University of Nevada, Reno President Milton D. Glick died April 16, 2011. His sudden death in a Reno-area hospital following a stroke marks an incredible loss for his family, the University community and his many friends across the state of Nevada and the nation.

“Milt was a strong, extraordinarily respected leader and that, combined with his enduring belief in the power of higher education, set the stage for a remarkable legacy,” wrote University Provost Marc Johnson in an announcement to campus on Sunday morning.

Carson City Symphony presents 30th Pops Party Concert at Governor's Mansion

Event Date: 
June 8, 2014 - 3:00pm

The beautiful back lawn of the Governor's Mansion is the site of the Carson City Symphony's 30th annual Pops Party concert on Sunday, June 8, at 3 p.m. This concert is an official Nevada 150 event.

The program features the Carson City Symphony, Carson City Symphony Chorus, STRAZZ Youth Strings, and guest singers Sherre Carne and Cindee LeVal. Grounds open and pre-concert entertainment by the Yale-Worth strolling strings duo begins at 2 p.m. Admission is free.

Nevada Charter School Law Strengthened In 2011, National Group Says

CARSON CITY – Nevada’s charter school law was strengthened in 2011, seeing its ranking among the states moving to 20th from 23rd as a result, a national group reported this week.

Nevada’s overall score improved from 97 points to 111 out of a potential of 208 points in the report issued Tuesday by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.

Workshop for proposed South Shore Lake Tahoe Highway 50 realignment project set; public comment sought

The Tahoe Transportation District will host its second public workshop to discuss the US 50, Lake Tahoe South Shore Community Revitalization project, Wednesday, November 7, at Embassy Suites from 1-3 p.m.

The Lake Tahoe workshop will provide background on the project, outline goals and solicit input from individuals throughout the community. The open house format allows for members of the community to participant in the workshop anytime between workshop hours.

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival ramps up for 2014 with support from Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty

This year’s Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival comes to the Sand Harbor State Park shore July 11-August 24, with William Shakespeare’s As You Like It as the featured production of the summer.

Sen. Reid pleased with VA backlog reductions; says more work still needs to be done

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:

Library Staff Development and Training

Event Date: 
October 18, 2013 - 10:00am

The Carson City Library will be closed on Friday, October 18th, for a day of Staff Development and Training at the Nevada Library Association Conference, in Reno, Nevada. The library will reopen on Saturday, October 19th. The downtown Business Resource Innovation Center (BRIC), located at 108 E. Proctor, will be open regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Obituary: John R. Gamble

John R. Gamble passed away peacefully at his home on February 29, 2012, in Carson City, Nevada. Mr. Gamble was born in Reno, Nevada, to Robert R. and Lura T. Gamble of Hazen, Nevada on February...

The Jazz Soul of Porgy and Bess

Event Date: 
August 5, 2013 - 7:30pm

The Reno Jazz Orchestra, will present a jazz and gospel version of Porgy and Bess with the Pat Esters Gospel Choir. This will be an evening to remember! Set on the shores of Sand Harbor, this pictureqsue setting will be an ideal backdrop for the 17 piece Jazz Orchestra plus The Pat Esters Gospel Choir.

The story behind the giant footprints at Nevada State Prison

CARSON CITY, Nev. — The story behind the giant footprints found at Nevada State Prison will be told Feb. 20 by paleontologist Gene Hattori.

Hattori, curator of anthropology and state paleontologist at Nevada State Museum, will be the featured speaker in the third lecture of a Nevada Sesquicentennial series sponsored by the Nevada State Prison Preservation Society.
His talk, “Fossils at Nevada State Prison,” will begin at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Silver Oak Executive Conference Center, 1251 Country Club Drive, Carson City. It is free and open to the public.

Investigators trying to figure out why a medical transport chopper went down northwest of Reno early Saturday morning.

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Three aboard a medical transport helicopter were killed when their craft crashed and burned early Saturday morning northwest of Reno.

Driver in fatal accident near Fallon arrested for felony DUI (Updated)

The driver of a truck that crossed a center turn lane, striking a car that killed a 19-year-old Fallon woman on Monday faces a felony charge in the woman's death, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports this morning.

Justin Speed, 21, of Fallon was arrested Wednesday and booked on charges of felony driving under the influence that caused death; felony failure to maintain a travel lane and speeding. He is being held on $251,344 bond and remains in the Churchill County jail, said NHP Trooper Chuck Allen.

Women to Women program features Carson City businesswoman

Thursday's Women to Women program on Charter Media will feature a very special lady from London, England. She was born, bred and educated quite well for the world of business and customer service. She is the local owner of a popular tea and sandwich shop in the heart of Carson City.

YMCA of the Sierra faces bankruptcy

RENO (AP) - A sharp drop in donations due to the recession has pushed the YMCA to the brink of bankruptcy in the Reno area.

Carson City December unemployment rate drops by 2.7 percent over 2011 figures

Nevada's unemployment figures continue to show relative signs of improvement with a decline in figures for December at 10.2 percent compared to November's 10.8 percent. In Carson City, the drop was significant, with 10.1 percent unemployment for the month compared to 12.8 percent a year ago, a 2.7 percent difference.

Renowned trombonist Bill Watrous to appear at Jazz and Beyond concert series

The Mile High Jazz Band is proud to present legendary trombonist Bill Watrous in concert and in a master class on Monday, Aug. 11, at the Carson City Community Center.

These events are part of the "Jazz & Beyond: Carson City Music Festival," which runs from Aug. 1 to Aug. 17 and features over 40 events, mostly in the downtown Carson City area.

Coldwell Banker Select Agent Earns Luxury Home Marketing Recognition

Kathy Williams of Reno has another reason to celebrate her success thus far with Coldwell Banker Select. Kathy has been awarded the prestigious Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS) designation. In addition, she has earned membership within the Million Dollar Guild in recognition of her knowledge, experience and expertise in the luxury home arena.

Artown's Village with Heart's Creative Fun Fair for Youth has Epic Entertainment

Epic Artown Event to Prevent Teen Homelessness
Event Date: 
Repeats every day until Sun Jul 06 2014 .
July 5, 2014 (All day)
Event Date: 
July 6, 2014 (All day)

Want some Epic family fun on the Fifth of July?

Village with Heart will be having about 50 artist and artisan booths, live performances by such artists as Acoustic Guitarist Mike Badinger, singing, & dancing by Jakki Ford, Yasmina’s Belly Dance Troupe, Johnny T's Band Abandon Minds,Uklear Fusion, Poly Nui Polynesian Dance, and teen performances by Art in Motion as well as others.

There will be shopping, art demos, do-it-yourself booths such as Tandy Leather and hands on messy fun for the whole family!

Jeff Mohlenkamp Already Tackling Challenges As Nevada’s New Budget Director

CARSON CITY – When Jeff Mohlenkamp decided to accept the job as Nevada’s newest budget director, he knew going in it was going to be a challenge.
The state’s economic slump continues to be a drag on funding government services, although gaming and sales tax revenues have shown some improvement in recent months.

Death Notices: Ashton, Wilkerson, Stockbridge, Shaw

Charrison D. Ashton, 73, passed away April 24, 2012 in Reno, Nevada. Capitol City Cremation & Burial is handling arrangments. 775-882-1766Dennis L. Wilkerson, 67, passed away April 25, 2012 in Reno...

Carson City paramedics pull over, take keys from suspected DUI driver

A 34-year-old Carson City man faces a felony third offense DUI charge after he was stopped by a firefighter and paramedics team who observed the driver swerving and putting other motorists in danger.

The paramedics, who had been on an emergency call, discovered driver Gregory Michael Allen swerving in the area of Airport Road and Nye Lane at about 11:50 on Friday and were able to get him to pull to the side of the road and take his keys from him, according to Carson City Fire Chief Stacey Giomi and details included in an arrest report.

Jazz and Beyond Biggest Final Weekend Yet - Featured Band: Under The Radar on 'Carson City's Radar'

Event Date: 
August 16, 2013 (All day)
August 17, 2013 (All day)
August 18, 2013 (All day)

Featured Band: Coming together from a variety of local projects and backgrounds, the five members of UNDER THE RADAR have created a composite tone that provides a niche sound of Jazz/Funk/Rock/Blues.

Nevada’s Jobless Rate Drops To 12.6 Percent In December, But Smaller Workforce Partly Responsible

CARSON CITY – Nevada’s unemployment rate fell by four-tenths of a percentage point to 12.6 percent in December, the second consecutive monthly decline that saw the number of jobless drop to 166,300, a state agency reported today.

A year ago, the rate, which is adjusted for seasonal fluctuations in the labor market, hit a record high of 14.9 percent.

Region declared to be in moderate to severe drought

According to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Reno a majority of the state of Nevada especially Northern Nevada has been declared to be in a state of moderate to severe drought.

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