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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

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

Firefighting plane makes emergency landing at Minden-Tahoe Airport; 2 dead in Utah desert tanker crash

A fire bomber air tanker owned by Minden Air Corp, made a successful emergency landing on its belly today at the Minden-Tahoe Airport in Carson Valley.

Commercial Real Estate firm NAI Alliance expands with ownership partners in Carson City

Reno-based commercial Real Estate company NAI Alliance has expanded with a branch ownership in Carson City.

Beginning Monday, the Carson City branch is owned and operated by brokers Andie Wilson and Brad Bonkowski. The partners will operate at their current location, 223 S. Division St., under a licensing agreement from the Reno office NAI Alliance Office.

Carson City man identified as victim in Reno gang shooting

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.

Fishing report through Sept. 14

Here is this week's fishing report for Nevada, Northern California and the Sierra and southern Oregon. This report runs this weekend through Sept. 14.

Carson City man jailed after trying to cash fake $100 bill at casino

A 24-year-old Carson City man faces a felony charge of attempting to cash a counterfeit $100 bill at a casino in the 500 block of North Carson Street.

Kevin Frederick Repass was arrested Jan. 24, at 5:32 p.m. According to a Carson City Sheriff's Office report, security at the casino detained Repass for trying to break the phony $100 bill, asking for $20 bills. He told casino security that he had received the $100 bill from another casino, the report states.

Outdoors with Don Q: Some personal resolutions for 2014

Happy New Year. This is the first day of January and this is also a good time for all of us (including me) to make some personal resolutions for the year 2014.

Most importantly, remember that if you do make any resolutions, be sure to follow through with what you resolve to do in this new year. Resolutions are easy to make, but sometimes hard to accomplish.

Fatal head-on crash closes 395 just south of Gardnerville

11:12am. Highway 395 has been re-opened.
A head-on crash between a pickup and an SUV has shut down 395 three miles south of Gardnerville in Douglas County.

UNR students help Microsoft Licensing with business continuity plan

Ten University of Nevada, Reno College of Business students got some real-world experience this fall semester, when they detailed plans that will help Microsoft Licensing continue business operations in the event of various emergencies.

“I really want to thank the University students for just diving in,” said Tom Fullerton, Microsoft Licensing’s senior solutions manager in information technologies. “We want to build upon this and do more things like this in different areas of Microsoft Licensing.”

Recent fish plants in Western Nevada by NDOW

Here are the recent fish plants in Western Nevada by Nevada Division of Wildlife:

May 04: Squaw Creek Reservoir in Northern Washoe County: 3,996 rainbow trout: 10.4 inches in length.
May 04: Martin Slough in Gardnerville: 246 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
May 04: Wilson Common in Washoe Valley: 503 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
May 04: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 503 rainbows: 10.2 inches.
May 05: Kuenzli Pond in Yerington: 854 rainbows: 10.2 inches.

Senior trio sets pace for Carson girls heading into regional meet

Nevada governor wants to create 50K jobs by 2014

Gov. Brian Sandoval said he wants to create 50,000 jobs by 2014, a challenge he issued Tuesday in unveiling a statewide economic development strategy that focuses on regionalizing development efforts and broader marketing of Nevada's business attributes.

The plan is "a blueprint for building a vibrant, sustainable economy for all Nevadans," Sandoval said at a news conference at the University of Nevada, Reno. "It puts us in a better position to succeed in the hyper-competitive push to champion a strong economy that creates good jobs."

Don Q's Nevada and Sierra fishing report for week of Aug. 21-27

Here is this week's fishing report for rivers, lakes and streams in Nevada, Northern California and the Sierra. this report is for the week of Aug. 21-27.

Northern Nevada briefly

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Chase International Sells Lake Tahoe Mega Estate at Incline Village

Chase International recently closed the sale of the Osprey Estate in Incline Village, Nev., a deal which marks the largest sale in Lake Tahoe since January 2008.

Three confirmed dead in Reno Air Races crash, at least 58 injured; air races cancelled

A spectacular air race that drew tens of thousands of spectators Friday transformed into a horrific war scene after a veteran pilot crashed his vintage plane on the tarmac just feet away from VIP box seats, forcing officials to cancel the remaining two days of the event.

Railroad Museum in Carson City on the state budget hit list

Under a proposed state budget plan, four of Nevada's museums operated by the Division of Museums and History would close, including the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City, said Peter Barton, acting administrator for the Division of Museums and History.

Other museums on the proposed state budget chopping block are the Nevada Historical Society in Reno, the state's oldest museum which opened in 1905; the Lost City Museum in Overton; and the Nevada Northern Railway Passenger and Freight Depot in East Ely.

Death Notice: Lawrence E. Phelps

Lawrence E. Phelps, 74, of Minden, NV, passed away March 9, 2013 at Renown Medical Center in Reno. FitzHenry's Funeral Home is trusted with the arrangements. 775-882-2644.Copyright 2013 -. All rig...

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.

NV Energy warns of credit card scam

NV Energy warned on Thursday of another scam designed to obtain credit card numbers and money transfers from unsuspecting customers. The company has learned that imposters are calling customers demanding payments and threatening to turn off power.
Company spokesman Karl Walquist said NV Energy does not call customers about utility payments, regardless if they owe money. The company does not solicit credit card or other payments over the phone. Customers whose accounts are in arrears are notified through the U.S. Postal Service that payment is due.

Additional charges may be filed in Carson City burglary crime ring

More charges could soon be filed against a Carson City man believed to be involved in a burglary ring that spans over multiple Northern Nevada counties.
Bryan Allen Gaudette, 24, faces five additional felony counts of burglary and is being held in the Carson City Jail on $25,000 bond.
He is currently in custody for other items already recovered in the same case, authorities report.

UPDATE: 2 brush fires burning north of Reno along US 395

RENO (AP) - Hundreds of firefighters battled a pair of brush fires Wednesday that has blackened thousands of acres on the edge of the Sierra north of Reno along U.S. Highway 395. There were no immediate reports of threats to structures.

Carson City man returned from Idaho to face felony charge

A 29-year-old Carson City man was arrested in Boise, Idaho and faces a felony charge relating to an assault where a witness was prevented from reporting a crime and a motor vehicle was taken, according to the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

Adam Craig Meservey was extradited on Oct. 24 to face one felony charge after a May 2012 warrant issued out of Carson City Justice Court. He also faces a gross misdemeanor warrant charge of unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and a misdemeanor warrant charge of assault, issued in February 2012 out of Carson City Justice Court.
Bail: $8,000.

Life in prison for man convicted of killing Reno musician

Jacob Sanchez was sentenced Thursday to life without parole for killing Steven Gale during a robbery spree last Mother's Day that began in Carson City and ended in Reno.

Carson City woman hit by car, flown to Renown Medical Center

A Carson City woman was hit by a car tonight in the 1500 block of 5th Street and was flown by Care Flight to Renown Medical Center in Reno.
The woman was transported from the accident scene to Carson High School where Care Flight picked her up. Her condition appeared to be serious. The accident was reported at 7:22 p.m. Care Flight arrived within minutes after being requested by medics on-scene.

Motorsports Wrap Up

Local race fans will soon get a taste of live racing, as two dirt tracks, a road course, and a drag strip all begin their seasons this month. Next Saturday night the quarter mile dirt oval at Fallon’s Rattlesnake Raceway will open their season, with Hobby Stock, Pro Stock, GenX, Rat Mod, Super Four, and 360 Sprint divisions in action, as well as four divisions of Outlaw Karts. General admission is $10, with $5 tickets for seniors, kids less than 64” tall, and kids under 5 years old free.

Two dead, two injured in Sparks Middle School shooting; Gov. Sandoval releases statement

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval this morning issued the following statement after learning of the shooting at Sparks Middle School. The Reno Gazette-Journal reports two are dead and two in critical condition in the shooting.

Winter storm moves into the Carson City region

A winter storm will move into the Carson City, Northern Nevada and Sierra regions today with snow expected to lower along all valley floors by tonight.

The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a winter storm watch for Carson City and valley regions throughout Northern Nevada, with gusty winds in front of the storm of between 20 to 30 mph. The watch is expected to turn to a warning by 5 p.m. Lake Tahoe is already under a winter storm warning.

Meanwhile, a high wind warning is in effect for the Washoe Valley. Trucks, buses, trailers, and RVs are prohibited.

Carson City unemployment rate drops in October with the rest of the state

New unemployment numbers released Monday show the largest drop in three and a half years. Nevada's unemployment rate in October dropped to a seasonally adjusted 11.5 percent, down from 11.8 percent in September, the lowest it’s been in three and a half years.
Carson City recorded a decline from 10.9 percent to 10.7 percent.

President Obama Touts His Accomplishments For Veterans, Military In Reno Visit

RENO – President Obama told members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars today that he has fulfilled the promises he made four years ago to make America safer, strengthen jobs programs for returning military personnel and fight homelessness, suicide and posttraumatic stress disorder among the nation’s veterans.

UNR video game project to offer exercise for blind children

A research project at the University of Nevada, Reno has received a $410,220 grant to explore how video exercise games can be played without using visual feedback so the visually impaired, especially adolescents, can improve their health through increased activity. The funding comes from the human-centered computing program of the National Science Foundation.

Heavy rain expected in Carson City, western Nevada prompts flood watch

A series of winter storms working their way through the region will bring heavy rain to the valley areas of western Nevada and Carson City region through Sunday prompting the National Weather Service to issue a flood watch.

Snow levels are currently near 7,000 feet and are expected to rise to 8,000 to 8,500 feet by Saturday afternoon.

UNR psychologist studies grief recovery, worked with Sept. 11 survivors

By Claudene Wharton
RENO, Nev. – A University of Nevada, Reno psychologist who has worked with 9/11 survivors is bringing the lessons he learned from working with 9/11 survivors to others trying to cope with prolonged grief.

Carson City unemployment rate in April drops to 10.1 percent

Nevada’s unemployment dropped to 9.6 percent in April, falling nearly 2 percentage points over the year. Carson City's unemployment rate fell to 10.1 percent and is now the only metro area in the state to have a double digit unemployment rate, according to the state's Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

Care Flight, Carson City Fire Department called to Prison Hill after man falls 30 feet

Carson City firefighters and Care Flight responded late Saturday night to the Prison Hill area southeast of Carson City after a 29-year-old man reportedly fell 30 feet.

The man was reported to have a head injury, was bleeding from a laceration, was conscious and awake but not alert.

Lantrip finally gets his chance with Nevada

RENO - Tyler Lantrip never lost hope."There were a lot of ups and downs," the Nevada Wolf Pack quarterback said recently. "It was a long road. But I always knew there was light at the end of the tu...

Greater Nevada Credit Union Announces Additions to Management Team

Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) has announced a new Vice President of Marketing and a new Member Services Manager, as well as new managers at the credit union’s Carson City and Reno branches.

Trails and Vistas presents Sept. 6 and 7 art hikes at Spooner Lake

Event Date: 
September 6, 2014 (All day)

Described as magical, diverse and inspiring, Trails and Vistas’ Art Hikes blend art experiences with the beauty of being immersed in nature. This year’s guided art hikes will take place along an aspen lined trail at Spooner Lake in the Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park on Saturday, Sept. 6 and Sunday, Sept. 7.

Assembly Committee Rejects Campus Carry Bill


University of Nevada Cooperative Extension program recognized by U.S. Interior Department

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Bootstraps Program has received the 2013 Partners in Conservation Award from the U.S. Department of the Interior, one of only 20 programs across the nation to receive this award for achievements in conservation of natural resources that include collaborative activity among a diverse range of entities.

No explosives found at Carson City DMV after search; man jailed on unrelated charges

UPDATE: The Nevada Highway Patrol reports no explosives were found inside the DMV in Carson City after a disgruntled man left two packages inside on Tuesday afternoon.

A bomb squad from Douglas County did a sweep of the DMV and the Department of Public Safety building after it was evacuated, the Nevada HIghway Patrol reports. A 65-year-old Silver City man, Charles Leigh Self, was arrested on unrelated charges following the incident. The man was originally reported to be from Silver Springs.

Committee snuffs Nevada's 2022 Olympic flame

CARSON CITY - The dream of Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki to win a Winter Olympics for Reno and Lake Tahoe have vanished once again because the U.S. Olympic Organizing Committee decided it will not recommend any American city for the 2022 games.

Nevada News Bureau suspends operations

The following from Elizabeth Crum, editor and publisher of Nevada News Bureau was posted to the website This is Reno:
Readers, Colleagues, Media Partners and Friends: It is with deep appreciation for your help, encouragement, readership and support over the past three years that I am tasked with announcing the suspension of operations at the Nevada News Bureau.

Tyler Stafford

Event Date: 
February 4, 2012 (All day)

Enjoy the acoustical sounds of Tyler Stafford, February 4th from 2 – 5pm in the Brewery Arts Center’s Artisans Store. The Reno native has been impressing audiences with his smooth voice and guitar playing talent. Stafford will perform songs from his newly released album “On a String”. The Reno Gazette Journal named it one of the 10 best albums released by area artists this year.

After gaining experience playing open mics around Reno, Stafford became a regular performer at area restaurants and bars. His musical talent, low key stage presence and good looks earned him a large following.

Don Q's fishing report for the week of August 1-7

Here is this week's fishing report for rivers, lakes and streams in Nevada, Northern California and the Sierra. This fishing report is for Aug. 1-7.

CommRow ready to start urban adventure in downtown Reno

The carabiners have arrived, the rockholds are secure and downtown Reno%u2019s CommRow is putting the final touches in for its Saturday grand opening.

City officials and residents said they are eager to see the former Fitzgeralds hotel-casino reopened as a nongaming, nonsmoking and pet-friendly facility.

On boxing & martial arts: Who do we blame it on?

Before Memorial Day weekend, it had been some time since big-name heavyweight top world contenders have come to Reno. However during the recent Blame It On Reno bill, big name promoter Gossen Tuter...

NNDA breakfast program at Carson Nugget

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.

Graham's Word: Reno City Council Needs To Think Very Carefully About Losing The Aces

Event Date: 
December 1, 2012 (All day)

The City of Reno seems to be dropping the ball when it comes to adhering to their side of the agreement with the owners of the Reno Aces.

In a letter dated November 28th 2012 written to the Mayor of Reno Robert Cashell from the President of Triple-A Baseball Branch E. Rickey, President Rickey tells a damning story of what Reno has failed to do to. This letter has given permission to the owners of the Aces to relocate if the City of Reno fails to come to an agreement on a refinancing deal for Aces Ballpark.

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