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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:
The Reno Gazette-Journal reports today that about 75 workers with the Nevada Division of Insurance office in Carson City have been put on paid administrative leave because of a problem with pigeons in the Fairview Drive office building.
RENO (AP) - Boat inspection stations designed to keep invasive mussels out of Lake Tahoe's pure, blue waters would be moved from launches to roadsides under a proposal being considered by the two-state agency charged with protecting the...
Rain in the valley and snow in the Sierra is what is shaping up for this week across the Carson City region.
Two weather systems are expected to move into Western Nevada beginning Tuesday night, with wind gusts from 45 mph in the lower elevations, to gusts near 100 mph in the Sierra, according to the National Weather Service in Reno and CarsonWeather.com.
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Christina Conti, public health emergency response coordinator for the Washoe County Health District.
Conti discusses achievement, decision-making, and balancing career and family. She also details her work in emergency management, as well as her volunteer coordinating work with the Washoe County Domestic Violence Task Force.
NCJFCJ observes Domestic Violence Awareness Month by celebrating its 19-year partnership in support of VAWASubmitted by Carson Now Reader on Thu, 10/03/2013 - 8:22am
(Reno, Nev.) In observation of, October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) continue its mission against domestic violence by celebrating its 19-year partnership with Congress in the historic passing of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
On September 12, NCJFCJ’s Chief Executive Officer, Mari Kay Bickett, JD, joined Vice President Joseph Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, at a reception celebrating the 19th anniversary of VAWA at the Vice President’s Naval Observatory Residence in Washington, D.C.
RENO - The Carson Blue Jays put on a small-ball clinic.Carson dropped down five bunts. Two went for hits, once the batter-runner was safe on a throwing error and two moved runners up a base as was ...
By Cy Ryan CARSON CITY – In a 2-1 decision, a federal appeals court has ruled a school employee was wrongfully disciplined for sitting next to her boss at a public meeting in which he was fighting for his job. The US Ninth Circuit of Appeals ...
UPDATE: KOLO Channel 8 Reno reports that a fire Sunday night was intentionally set and a man is in custody. Investigators told the news station that the man was distraught and attempted to commit suicide when he lit the fire to the home. He escaped and no one else was injured.
A Carson City home was destroyed by fire Sunday, the second such fire in a residential area in just over 24 hours.
Names of those killed in yesterday's IHOP shooting are:
- Major Heath Kelly, 35, Reno, decorated field artillery officer, husband and father, commander of Joint Force Headquarters in Carson City, served in Iraq 2004-2005. Avid student of military history, known for his dry sense of humor. See story
- Sgt. 1st Class Christian Riege, 38, Carson City, father of three, served in Afghanistan 2009-2010, also served in U.S Navy for two years before joining the Guard
- Sgt. 1st Class Miranda McElhiney, 31, Reno, owner of a small baking company, well known in the company for providing cupcakes for guard functions. See story
- Florence Donovan-Gunderson, 67, South Lake Tahoe. See story
According to Sheriff Kenny Furlong, the names of those wounded are not going to be released at this time.
One of those wounded is Wally Gunderson, husband of Florence Donovan-Gunderson, who died in the attack.
These men and woman put on the uniform every day without fanfare, without asking for it, or expecting it. They do it with great pride in knowing that today is another day to protect and serve the public. They protect the very freedoms we have the privilege to enjoy. Most put that with the military but the freedom fight is also right here on our own home soil.
RENO (AP) - A napping air traffic controller who forced a medical flight to land unaided in Nevada brought swift reaction from the Federal Aviation Administration, which on Wednesday added a second...
Reno Justice of the Peace Harold Albright has ordered an April 23 preliminary hearing to determine whether Ty Robben will face trial on charges he tried to hire a hitman to kill Carson Justice of the Peace John Tatro.
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.
Video: Carson City IHOP shooting suspect described as a nice guy by those who knew him | Reno Gazette-Journal | rgj.comSubmitted by admin on Wed, 09/07/2011 - 10:10am
Just before 9 a.m., the gunman stepped onto an IHOP parking lot from his blue minivan with a yellow %u201CSupport Our Troops%u201D sticker on it. He opened fire, then continued into the restaurant and marched resolutely toward a table of uniformed National Guard members before shooting each one of them, and fatally wounding three of them, authorities said.
After a two-year hiatus the Nevada Governor's Conference on Tourism will return in December, state officials announced Thursday.
The conference will take place Dec. 7-8 at the Peppermill Resort Casino in Reno. It will focus mainly on current travel trends, who is vacationing and ways to lure travelers and vacationers to Nevada.
Question: What do Santa, a clown, a platoon of police officers, and coffee have in common?
Answer: They were all at the Wal-Mart service center Friday morning.
The second day of the seventh-annual Holiday With a Hero shopping spree event kicked off at 9 a.m., with the volunteers being fed donuts and coffee. Santa and his Wal-Mart helpers stood prepped to welcome less-fortunate children and help pair them off with volunteers, who would help them spend their complimentary Wal-Mart gift cards.
RENO, Nev(AP) - The U.S. Forest Service says it is not required to make sure there's enough black-backed woodpeckers to keep the rare bird from going locally extinct at Lake Tahoe as a result of a ...
Look outside! It's the first snow of the year. Hopefully everyone's winter driving skills aren't too rusty. Be careful out there.
Here is the news summary for today:
- Carson City Board of Supervisors approved a resolution accepting $539,989 in funding for the Health Department to set up billing for immunizations. The money comes from the U.S. Center for Disease Control, and will be used to pay for one part-time and three full-time employees. They will be responsible for creating a strategic plan to implement billing within Nevada local health departments.
- The Board also approved funding allocations of approximately $1,975,106 to Douglas County and $1,625,422 to Washoe County from the voter-approved State Question 1 for the Tahoe Bike Path and allocated to Douglas County, Washoe County and Carson City.
- Those who remember the old Woody's Cafe on the south side of town will be happy to hear there will be a new restaurant in that location called the Red Hut Cafe, opening in December. Anyone who has been to South Lake Tahoe in the last 50 years might recognize the name. Red Hut Cafe has been a local's tradition at the lake since 1959. There are now three Red Hut Cafe locations in South Shore, plus an ice cream parlor.
- The Carson Senators (7-1, 7-0) play Reno High (6-3, 6-2) tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Carson. This is the final regular season game for the Senators, as they try to secure the top seed in the 4A playoffs.
- A man charged with accidentally killing his roommate in Brunswick Canyon has agreed to plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter. Anthony Kelich, 60, shot his roommate in the face with a rifle while they and one other man had been shooting at targets while drinking off of Sedge Road. Guns and alcohol don't mix.
Reno racer and University of Nevada journalism student Dallas Colodny is driving in the NASCAR Auto Club Late Model series at Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, California. Colodny started at the tail end of the field (13th of 14 cars) last Saturday due...
Carson High boys golf teammates Mitch Parra and Niko Brewer will both be in position to earn Northern 4A Regional Tournament qualifying berths when they tee off in their final regular match on Wednesday at ArrowCreek Country Club in Reno.
There's just one downside to this story. Four teams and five individuals from non-qualifyingÂ teams will qualify for the regional tournament next week at Empire Ranch Golf Course -- andÂ in all likelihoodÂ only one of them will make the cut for an individual berth. Parra, a junior, currently holds the No.
Chanwoo Park, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, joins a growing group of researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno who have received prestigious and highly competitive National Science Foundation CAREER awards.
The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program award is given to junior faculty at the beginning of their academic careers who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars, placing focus on high-quality research and education activities.
Employers wanting to know about what to expect from the Affordable Care Act are invited to a Carson City luncheon next month hosted by the Nevada Business Group on Health.
The “Look into Your Future” luncheon on Dec. 4 will feature guest speaker Russ Sullivan, attorney and vice president of Health Care Solutions for the Associated Industries of Massachusetts, who will present an interactive session that draws upon lessons from Massachusetts’ seven-year health care reform experience. Sullivan will provide insight into how to prepare for the changes ahead.
NIAA cross country
After a Aha Moment Tour stop in Carson City this spring, Northern Nevada resident Cindy Lain’s aha moment is in the top 10 running to become a national TV commercial for Mutual of Omaha, officials announced Monday.
Lain's aha moment occurred when her battle with breast cancer allowed her to find passion and purpose in a way she had never experienced it before. You can learn more about her journey and view her ‘aha moment’ in the video below.
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.
LAS VEGAS – The ability to carry a firearm on Nevada’s college campuses could have prevented her brutal rape, says a victim who will testify before the Senate Government Affairs Committee tomorrow in Carson City.
Many great events are scheduled throughout the Silver State in the month of April to celebrate Nevada’s Sesquicentennial. These Nevada 150 events help celebrate all things Nevada and bring awareness to the state’s 150th Anniversary of Statehood.
The Tunnel Creek Cafe up at Incline Village is now open! Max Jones and Patti McMullan, who currently own and operate Flume Trail Bikes at Spooner Lake, have recently opened a new cafe at Tunnel Creek Station. The cafe is located on Tunnel Creek Road near the old Ponderosa Ranch which was used for filming the 1960s television western Bonanza. More importantly though, the Tunnel Creek Cafe is at one end of the world famous Flume Trail.
The family of Eric Thomas, who was killed in a Reno hit-and-run incident over the weekend, is asking for the community's help for his wife and three sons.
And while global exports from Nevada manufacturers — many of them located in Carson City and Reno — have been a bright spot for the region's economy, ...
Tickets are now on sale for a special performance from Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings, Saturday August 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bob Boldrick Theatre in the Carson City Community Center located at 851 E. William Street.
The fireworks display scheduled for tonight at the Harley-Davidson Street Vibrations show in Carson City has been cancelled. This comes after the motorcycle gang shooting at the Nugget in Sparks on Friday night and shooting early this morning on Victorian Avenue.
By Thomas G. Chase
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a repeal of Health Reform. Additionally, they passed budget cuts of $1.3 billion to existing funding for Community Health Centers (CHC’s).
Over the last 45 years, CHC’s have grown to provide primary care access to 20 million Americans. Study after study has shown that primary care in a CHC is less expensive and provides more reliable health outcomes than any other alternative for those with access challenges. Who is speaking for the needs of these patients?
RENO - Vice President Joe Biden visited economically troubled Nevada on Friday to promote the progress of the federal stimulus program and boost the re-election campaign of Senate Majority Leader Harr
May 5, 1994 - April 9, 2011Stephen James Anderson, 16, passed away Saturday, April 9, 2011, in Monterey, Calif. Stephen was born May 5,1994, in Reno to Chris and Thea Anderson of Carson City.Ste...
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Margie Quirk who discusses with hostess Carol Paz, a number of animal-related issues. Quirk is owner/technician of Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital in Carson City.
Café at Adele’s hosted two events this week to promote changes at the restaurant and to raise money for The Greenhouse Project.
Community leaders met Tuesday to experience first-hand the changes owners Charlie and Karen Abowd have made, both to the restaurant and to the menu. The same was true of Wednesday’s event to benefit The Greenhouse Project.
By Sean Whaley / Nevada News Bureau
CARSON CITY – The author of a new analysis of Nevada’s collective bargaining law says the complex rules have worked to the benefit of teachers’ unions rather than students, making reforms essential to improve the state’s public education system.
In interview, family says Carson City IHOP shooter wasn't angry; his motivation unclear | Reno Gazette-Journal | rgj.comSubmitted by admin on Wed, 09/07/2011 - 11:19am
The gunman who opened fire with an assault weapon at Nevada National Guard soldiers and others having breakfast at a Carson City IHOP on Tuesday morning, killing four people and injuring seven more before killing himself, had a "support our troops" sticker on the van he drove.
RENO, Nev. – Aug. 31, 2011 – Holland & Hart LLP is proud to announce that 122 of its attorneys have been named to the 2012 edition of Best Lawyers in America®, including 13 from Northern Nevada for a total of 17 from Nevada.
“Beyond exceptional legal services, our people are the true differentiators for the firm,” said firm Chairman John Husband. “More Holland & Hart attorneys than any previous year have been recognized by our peers and we celebrate their distinction.”
2012 Best Lawyers
Scott Scherer – Gaming Law
By the Reno Police Department
After a comprehensive investigation by detectives from the Reno Police Dept. in conjunction with detectives from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, all four defendants have been charged in the murder of Steven Gale, from the morning of May 9th on California Avenue. In addition they were charged with several other robberies and related crimes in both Carson City and Reno.
The FIRST NV organization, organized the Second Annual Northern Nevada FIRST TECH Challenge was held Saturday at Carson High School in Carson City. High school teams from Nevada, California, Oregon, and Utah competed in a full day robotics competition for two seeds to the World Festival Robotics Competition to be held in April.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife reminds sportsmen that the big game tag application process opened Monday, March 19.
Applications must be received, either by mail or online at internet website www.huntnevada.com, by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 16, to be eligible for the computerized drawing.
Hunters will also have a unique “raffle” opportunity to win premier big game tags this year with the all new Nevada Dream Tags. The tag is similar to other western states’ raffle tags and “hunt of a life time” tags.
To learn more, go to www.nvdreamtag.org.