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Blue Jays fly to an 8-2 win over Dayton
By Charles Whisnand
David Charles, Nick Domitrovich, Colby Blueberg and Drew Moreland all combined on an outstanding effort on the mound to lead the Carson Blue Jays, Carson High’s summer baseball team, to an 8-2 win over Dayton on Monday at Ron McNutt Field.
Three people are dead — a male and two females — after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday on Highway 50 east of Dayton at Six-Mile Canyon Road, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Trooper Daniel Lopez reports that around 3:30 p.m. a White Ford F150 pickup traveling eastbound, occupied by a male and a female, drifted over into the westbound lane for an unknown reason, hitting a white Toyota Camry, occupied by a female driver, head-on.
All three died at the scene of the crash. There were no other occupants inside the vehicles.
Phillip Ashton Cooper, 81, of Dayton died July 11, 2009. He was born on Jan. 2, 1928, in Washington, Pa., the son of Howard and Nellie (Sanders) Cooper. Mr. Cooper is survived by his son David Cooper and daughter Lorie Cooper. Autumn Funerals &...
On Feb. 12, Sal and Catali Quilici of Dayton and Elaine and I traveled by two convoying vehicles on U.S. 395 from Carson City to Lone Pine, Calif., which was the half-way point to our final destination of La Quinta.
It was our annual winter escape to Southern California.
The four of us had been invited to join Don and Norma Reasons of Carson City for several days at one of their friend’s home, located across from the ninth green at the PGA West – Stadium Golf Course in La Quinta.
The Comstock Democrats invite you to a town hall meeting featuring candidate Brian Dempsey. Brian is a candidate for Nevada's Second Congressional District. We will meet at the Dayton Library, located at 321 Dayton Valley Road. Please come with your questions and to show your support.
Dayton High School senior Aundria Pluck was a bit incredulous when she was called to the principal's office Monday.
Officials from Carson Tahoe Health announced a new partnership Thursday with Salt Lake City-based University of Utah Health Care that will extend the resources of a premier academic medical center to Carson City, Douglas County, Dayton and the surrounding communities.
The agreement formalizes a long tradition of collaboration between the two health care providers.
Dayton's Kage Walker had a lot of pressure on his shoulders coming into this season. The junior is not only the son of the head coach, but was expected to make a run at the starting quarterback job and play several roles on defense.
Carson City Sheriff's deputies arrested the following individuals on felony allegations through Thursday morning:
- Dwayne Kirk Snyder, 34, a Carson City man, for felony failure to register as a sex offender. Snyder was arrested near the intersection fo Carmine and Nichols streets at about 6:30 Wednesday evening. Snyder's registered address is allegedly located in Silver Springs, but when asked it was discovered he had been living in Carson City for at least two months. Bail is set at $7,500.
A 26-year-old Las Vegas woman died this morning in an accident on Occidental Circle, four miles east of Dayton, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
The accident happened at around 9 a.m and involved two vehicles that collided, said NHP Trooper Chuck Allen. A preliminary crash investigation has revealed that a silver 2006 Dodge Neon was traveling west on the four-lane highway when the driver, 26-year-old Wendy Ann Geddie of Las Vegas, lost control of her vehicle.
The 17th Taste of Downtown brought Carson City citizens together again, celebrating what makes the community rich in spirit despite the hard economic times. The annual event brought people of all ages and backgrounds together to celebrate and give to a temendously worthwhile and much-supported organization, Advocates to End Domestic Violence.
Carol Paz, host of "Women to Women" broadcast Thursday's on Charter Cable interviews Northern Nevada resident and Iranian political activist Shala Fedai in a fascinating two part interview. Go here for Part II.
The Dayton Valley Dog Park is hosting their 3rd annual flea market and crafts fair. Plan ahead and secure a space for a $10.00 donation for the August 20th event which will be held at the Dayton Valley Dog Park location at Dayton Valley Road and Como Road. Donations can be sent to Dayton Valley Dog Park, P.O Box 995, Dayton, Nevada 89403. We are also looking for "gently used" items to sell at the dog park booth. Contact Andrea at 246-0814 for further information.
Nevada Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Anderson Muñoz of Dayton, who was injured by a rocket attack in Afghanistan, received a Purple Heart on Saturday in Reno.
Muñoz, 35, is one of about 50 Nevada Guardsmen to receive a Purple Heart since Sept. 11, 2001. He suffered a ruptured ear drum and concussion during enemy rocket fire on Nov. 18, 2011.
It’s now official: Systems Consultants, the private computer firm in Fallon that conducts the annual computerized drawings for Nevada’s big game hunting tags, has posted the results of the 2011 drawings at Internet website www.huntnevada.com for the whole world to see.
There were a whole bunch of winners and a heck of a lot more losers in this year’s drawings for tags for Pronghorn Antelope, Mule Deer, Rocky Mt. Elk, California Bighorn Sheep, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mt. Bighorn Sheep and Rocky Mt. Goat.
A two-day trial led to the conviction Wednesday of a 47-year-old Dayton man on felony drug and weapon charges. Gary Edward Allen stood trial in Third Judicial District Court in Yerington and was found guilty on drug trafficking and four counts of possession of stolen firearms.
The conviction stems from a series of arrests made Feb. 14, 2014 in the hills above Clearview Drive in Carson City where at least 60 stolen guns were recovered. Allen and three others were arrested.
This week's Women to Women Nevada is the second of a two-part series that features guest Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell who answers questions from five local women on matters related to the city. Go here for the first part of the series.
Two known Carson City gang members have been arrested after allegedly beating a man who had tried to defend his sister from a rash of annoying phone calls made to her while she was working.
In statements made by the victim and his sister, the problem began on Friday when one of the 18th Street gang members, identified as Jaimi Ponce, 19, kept calling a fast-food restaurant, wanting to speak with the woman. When the victim, who also worked at the restaurant told the man to stop calling, Ponce began yelling at him on the phone, according to the arrest report.
DAYTON, Nev. — Put on your running shoes and join us for a beautiful morning run in Dayton's "outback" on May 14, starting at 8:30am at the Como Park near Dayton Elementary School. Stand Tall and the Dayton Task Force are co-sponsoring a Healthy Communities Coalition 5K Walk/Run to benefit local students through the Dayton Resource Bank and Stand Tall youth leadership teams.
How Do I Register and What Else Can I Do In Dayton on May 14?
This is the second in a series of three weekly articles about an unforgettable, trout fishing trip taken on August 16-23 to Mitchell Lake in Cariboo Provincial Park in British Columbia.
The first article last week described our travel in a single engine aircraft from Dayton, Nevada to Auburn, Washington; then to Abbotsford, British Columbia; from there to Williams Lake, B.C.; and then the last leg of our journey in a helicopter to Mitchell Lake.
This week, you will read about the people in our trout fishing party, the comfortable accommodations and the tasty meals.
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical CenterTo Kristin and Jason Anderson of Dayton, a son, Alexander Christopher Anderson, born June 8, 2009, weighing 7 lbs.-12 oz.
Women to Women Nevada with host Carol Paz offered June viewers a simple contest where the winners would get some really nice prizes.
It being July 1, that means winners for the June contest were picked today. The contest was easy. A number between 1 and 500 was selected prior to the launch of the contest. Entries had to guess what the number was to win.
The Nevada Appeal will host its Prep Spotlight at 6 p.m. Wednesday where Dayton quarterback/safety Connor Conroy will answer questions about Dust Devils' football.
With the rev of mighty V-8 engines and enough polished chrome to require a good pair of sunglasses, the annual Silver Dollar Car Classic is the capital city's all-out celebration of the American automobile.
Today through Sunday, Mills Park in Carson City turns into a mecca of some of the finest hot rods ever made, with more than 400 restored, tricked-out and souped-up cars and trucks on display under the canopy of dozens of shade trees.
Carson City Sheriff's Office deputies made several arrests this weekend, several for alcohol, drugs and battery-related offenses. Two of the arrests were were for felony DUI in which the drivers had two prior DUI convictions.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hosts its fifth annual clothing drive to help families in Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, and Dayton, Nevada communities get ready for school.
The event is open to the public on Saturday, August 10, from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel located at 411 N. Saliman Road, Carson City, Nevada.
Robert L. Hunter, 59, of Dayton, Nevada, passed away June 22, 2012. Walton's Chapel of the Valley is caring for arrangements. 775-882-4965Jeanne L. McConville, 84, passed away June 24, 2012. Arrang...
The Rand Avenue convenience store behind Tierra Plaza was robbed last night at approximately 8:30 p.m. No arrests have been made. The log indicates that the suspect may have injured himself during the robbery, as an officer reported discovering blood.
Carson City Secret Witness: (775) 322-4900
A DUI checkpoint is scheduled for 6 p.m. - midnight this Saturday, March 17th, at the intersection of Carson and Colorado streets. Officers will be inspecting vehicles for intoxicated drivers as well as child passenger safety.
It’s the very first part of January and this is a good time for all of us to make some personal resolutions for the year 2012. 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. I have a number of things I would like to accomplish this year, so without any further ado, here are my resolutions:
Obituary: Kenneth E.
In a classic see-saw battle, the CarsonNow.org Pink Diamonds edged the Affordable Paralegal Services Dayton Little Devils 7-6 in softball action on Thursday night.
The pitchers for the Little Devils were: Amanda Woitas - 6 runs, 7 hits, 7 walks, 4 strike outs; and, Marissa Hein – 1 run, 2 hits, 5 walks, 2 strike outs. Pitching for the Pink Diamonds: Kelley Barr – 4 runs, 4 hits, 3 walks, 9 strike outs; and, Tezia Boice – 2 runs, 4 hits, 1 walks, 5 strike outs.
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Liz Andrews-Booth, president of the Carson City Downtown Business Association and owner of Liz's Biz. She discusses with hostess Carol Paz, a bit about her background, including serving in the Marine Corps and the California Army National Guard, and the latest goings on in Carson City downtown plans.
Carson City Sheriff's deputies Kelli Deann Owen-Self, 48, a Dayton woman, for a felony no-bail probation violation at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday evening in the 1600 block of Medical Parkway. When the officer arrived, Owen-Self allegedly smelled heavily of alcohol. No bail is set.
At approximately 4 p.m. Tuesday an emergency call was placed from the Warm springs Correctional Facility regarding an officer assaulted by two inmates. The officer was described as having some bleeding but being fully alert. The emergency call was then cancelled.
This is the seventh and last in a series of photos of oddities that were seen on a six week vacation trip to Italy in September and October, 2011.
That trip was taken by Bob and Lorraine Scholes of Dayton and Don and Elaine Quilici of Carson City, as they traveled the length and width of Italy, plus being on the Island of Sicily and in Switzerland.
These photos are of some of the vehicle traffic encountered on that trip.
A Dayton man has been identified as the driver of a fatal accident that happened on Friday on Highway 50 in Mound House near the Carson City and Lyon County line.
Steven Milnor Gonzales, 62, died Friday from injuries sustained from the accident after being flown by Care Flight to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
This is the last in a three-part series about my recent (August 16-23) fly-in, trout fishing trip to remote Mitchell Lake, located in Cariboo Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada.
The first in the series told you about our trip from Dayton, Nevada to Mitchell Lake via a single engine aircraft (piloted by my cousin’s husband, Bob Scholes) from Carson City and Dayton to Auburn, Washington to Abbotsford, British Columbia to Williams Lake, B.C. Then, at Williams Lake, we switched over to a helicopter to fly to our final destination of Mitchell Lake.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s 4-H presents Capital City Farm Days 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m., April 17 and 18. There will be 30 presenters teaching elementary-age youth about Nevada agriculture, where food and fiber come from, and environmental issues related to agriculture.
Attendees will include public, private and home-schooled students and their families from Carson City, Storey County, Douglas County and Dayton Valley.
A 41-year-old man was jailed Monday on a felony charge of vehicle burglary and a lesser charge of domestic battery after an argument over taxes and paperwork escalated with his former common law wife at her place of business.
David Alexander of Dayton was being held at Carson City Jail on $28,137 bond. According to the arrest report, Carson City Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a casino in the 3800 block of South Carson Street in reference to a domestic battery.
The Carson Victory Rollers and the Rotary Club of Carson City Sunset have teamed up for a roller derby bout to raise money for the Rotary's many youth programs.
The bout will take place 5 p.m. Saturday, April 28, 2014 at the parking lot across from the Carson Nugget. Tickets are $5 per person. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Sponsorships are available by contacting email@example.com.
SPARKS - The Dayton softball team never seemed to click Wednesday and its star pitcher Mackenzie Cole struggled with command early.
Organizers are seeking the public's help in funding sober graduation parties for this year's seniors from Carson and Dayton high schools.Carson City started holding a Safe Grad Night shortly after Brenda Collings graduated from Carson High School 25 years ago. She remembers a huge party in Fuji Park with a live band her graduation night. "When kids got too drunk, the police took their keys away," she remembers. But she saw the dangers first-hand when she lost several classmates to drinking and driving.
Celtic Lawn and Landscape recently showed its holiday goodwill by giving back to the town of Dayton, Nev. When the owner and employees of Celtic heard that the Dayton Toy Drive had already received 60 applications from families in need of gifts for their children, they came up with a creative way to help.