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Here is a suggestion if you would like to take an mid-summer vacation at an out-of-the-way location, right here in the state of Nevada.
If you are interested, did you know that our very own White Pine County is home to one of the Nation's least visited and Nevada's only National Park: The 77,000 acre Great Basin National Park? If you've never been there, here is a whole bunch of useful information:
Lyon County, Nevada -The Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey is hosting a meeting to discuss a multiple agency, one or two day “triage” style free health services event in Lyon County. The discussion will be part of the Coalition’s June public meeting held on Thursday, June 9 at 9am at the Silver Springs Community Center. This will be the first in a series of planning workshops with the goal of multiple agencies and volunteers working together to deliver free primary care, dental care, and other medical services to those who have no insurance or are under-insured.
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.
This is the first in a three-part series of articles about my second, fly-in, trout fishing trip to Mitchell Lake, which is located in the Cariboo Mountains Provincial Park in British Columbia.
This three-part series will consist of:
Series No. 1: The flight from Dayton, Nevada to Mitchell Lake, B.C.,
Series No. 2: The people, accommodations and meals at the lake,
Series No. 3: The trout fishing.
How the trip originated:
It began about three weeks ago, when my first-cousin’s husband (Bob Scholes of Dayton) asked if I was interested in returning to Mitchell Lake.
On Wednesday, February 19, the Capital City Arts Initiative [CCAI] will present a talk by artist Julia Schwadron. Her illustrated talk, “You Are Here” is the next in CCAI’s Nevada Neighbors series.
The talk will take place at 7pm at the BRIC, 108 E Proctor St, Carson City. There will be an informal reception for Ms. Schwadron preceding the event at 6:15pm. The presentation and reception are free, and the public is cordially invited.
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.
A Carson City man with a felony fugitive from justice warrant out of California was arrested in the 500 block of Bath Street Dec. 27 at 11:34 p.m.
Jonathan Roland Dionne, 24, was being held without bail from a warrant issued out of Solano County, Calif., on charges of cruelty to a child causing possibility of injury or death, driving under the influence and failure to comply with terms under probation.
Carson City authorities made numerous felony and misdemeanor arrests recently, including arrests for domestic violence, car theft and probation violation court orders.
A 25-year-old Carson City woman was arrested Feb. 7, 7:04 p.m. in the 400 block of Simone Avenue on an outstanding felony warrant out of Douglas County.
The Salvation Army of Carson City is just one and a half weeks into its annual Red Kettle fundraiser and is 35 percent short from what it collected in 2012. The news comes at a time when more than 1,000 Carson City area children have registered for Christmas day food and toys directed through the nonprofit organization.
The Salvation Army relies on money raised in the red kettles — in coins, dollars and checks (and the occasional diamond ring or gold tooth) to serve more than 17,000 individuals in Carson City, Dayton and Douglas County each year, said Lt. Mark Cyr.
A new group has formed to propose innovative strategies to create a healthy State with well-supported public systems and services and an improved fiscal system.
Members of the Nevada Values Coalition have met twice for “big tent”, nonpartisan meetings to discuss the complex issues, and members then further examined ideas through subcommittees.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Richard Guevarra, 775-827-6111
Local Student Mathletes® to Compete in Northern Nevada Math Contest
(Reno, Nevada) — Middle school Mathletes® from Northern Nevada schools will compete in a contest for the national MATHCOUNTS® program on February 2nd starting at 9AM and held at NV Energy (6100 Neil Road, Reno, Nevada). The competition has been organized by volunteers from the engineering community and the Nevada Society of Professional Engineers.
Women to Women Nevada host Carol Paz interviews Candace Stewart, author of "Welcome to Planet Alzheimers" for this week's program.
Candace Stewart of Carson City most recently served as the Program Coordinator for the Dementia Resource Center of Northern Nevada, which was created to support families and caregivers of those with dementia, as well as educate the community on the many different types of dementia.
A 28-year-old Dayton man faces a felony charge of robbery after allegedly stealing a bottle of liquor from a grocery store on Wednesday and then assaulting the store security by knocking him to the ground.
Donald Lee Davis was arrested in the 170 block of Koontz Lane at 1:05 p.m. with the help of witnesses.
By the Nevada Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources
Bats are some of the most misunderstood animals. Join park volunteer and bat expert, Brian Buttazoni, for this informative evening program “The World of Bats.” Learn about what bats eat, where they live, how they are beneficial to humans and how to observe them.
WHAT: An Evening with Bats
WHEN: Saturday, June 25, 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: The group area at Dayton State Park, located on U.S. Highway 50 East, one half mile east of the stoplight in Dayton.
WHO: This event is open to the public.
This week's guest on Women to Women Nevada is Doreen Mack of Carson City who discusses with hostess Carol Paz, among other things, downtown Carson City parking issues, creating a historic downtown, some local history and her own interior decorating business, Lofty Expressions.
The Capital City Arts Initiative [CCAI] announces its exhibition, "Seven Sennings", by artist Suzanne Kanatsiz at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery from February 7 – May 29, 2014. CCAI will host a reception for the artist on Friday, February 7, 5-7pm. The Courthouse is located at 885 E Musser Street, Carson City. The reception and the exhibition are free and the public is cordially invited. The gallery is open to the public Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Carson City Sheriff's deputies arrested Jose Manuel Olivas, 22, Tuesday night in the 1900 block of North Carson Street for felony trafficking of methamphetamine.
According to the arrest report, a deputy was patrolling on foot around the motel after reports of illegal drug activity in the area. He saw the suspect take a cell phone out of his pocket, and a plastic bag fell out on the ground. When the deputy asked the suspect if he had anything illegal on him, he said he had meth.
DAYTON - Dylan Bloyed was the name that rolled off the tongue of nearly every Dayton Dust Devil football player this week. But by Friday, his name was buried deep under a new word.
Walmart and Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare have teamed up and announced today Carson City’s newest location for basic health care services called "The Clinic at Walmart" which will be run by Carson Tahoe Physician Clinics.
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.
A rollover on Friday night five miles east of Dayton has left one dead and two hospitalized, the Lyon County Sheriff's Office reports.
George Lawrence Ambrose, 21, of Dayton died at the scene of the accident, officers said. The crash, happened around 11:15 p.m. on Ft. Churchill Road.
Dayton Valley Sports Expo canceled
ZEPHYR COVE - Lesson learned.Whittell High School football players anguished waiting for their next football game following a season-opening upset loss at Silver Stage on Saturday.
A food drive that brings federal employees together to collect food for those hungry in Carson City will be held Saturday following a successful event last weekend that netted more than 700 pounds in donations. Also underway Saturday is a clothing drive for families in need at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The “Feds Feed Families” drive will have a booth and food drop-off area at Grocery Outlet, 1831 North Carson Street this Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical CenterTo Rebecca Lynn Funkhouse and Michael Joseph Reitman of Dayton, a son, Michael King Reitman, born Aug. 7, 2009, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz.
Carson City Sheriff's deputies arrested the following individuals for felony or gross misdemeanor allegations:
Brian Angel-Ramirez, 21, a Carson City resident, for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamines), as well as the misdemeanor allegations of fictitious registration plates, possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance, and driving under a suspended driver's license. Bail is set at $4,750 plus administrative fees.
Alisha Dawn Bench, 26, a Santa Rosa, Calif. resident, for fugitive from justice. No bail has been set.
During March and April, groups and individuals are invited to partner with the Dayton Food Pantry for The Feinstein $1 Million Challenge to fight hunger.
Mary Piper, organizer for the local Challenge, explained, “If groups donate non-perishable food items or money to Dayton Food Pantry in March and April, the Feinstein Foundation will add funds. The more donations we receive, the larger our slice of the pie will be.”
Kyle Onstott adds a 3-yard run to put the Dust Devils up 20-12 in the fourth quarter.***
Carson City Sheriff's deputies arrested the following individuals for felony allegations:
- Charity Michael Rife, 35, a Sparks woman, was transferred to the Carson City Detention Facility from the Northern Nevada Correctional Facility on the following warrants out of Carson City: obtaining and using a false ID to avoid imprisonment; theft; burglary (two counts; uttering forged instruments (three counts); and theft from $250 - $2,500 (two counts). Bail is set at $50,000.
A big spring yard sale to raise funds for the busy nonprofit, Dayton Food Pantry, will be held on May 7 from 8am to 3pm at 4 Enterprise Way in Dayton. Director Freida Carbery said donations of items for the yard sale are welcome, and can be dropped off at the Food Pantry Monday-Friday between 10am and 4pm.
Emergency Food: Dayton Food Pantry is open for emergency food needs Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm at 4 Enterprise Way on Highway 50. The building space is generously donated by BCB Ventures.
Dayton Valley Sports Expo canceled
Travel Nevada: Petroglyphs, historic architecture, and miles of trail make Austin, Nev. a must-see Highway 50 destinationSubmitted by editor on Mon, 08/16/2010 - 8:56am
AUSTIN, Nev. — It’s not often you’ll find a classic historic mining town full of options for the more active traveler. Austin, Nevada is not only a living ghost town and a cultural heritage get-away but it has a multitude of adventurous options including hiking, mountain bike trails and more. Founded in 1862 during the silver rush, the town is located exactly in the center of the state along the Pony Express route on Highway 50 on the western slopes of the Toiyabe Range at elevation 6,605 feet.
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.
All Dayton schools are on a one hour delay this morning (Monday January 28, 2013) after 13 school buses were vandalized over the weekend.
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.
A 21-year-old Carson City man was arrested early Tuesday morning and faces a felony charge of being in violation of conditions set in his parole and probation.
Brian Angel-Ramirez is being held without bail until a court hearing. According to the Carson City Sheriff's Office arrest report, deputies were sent to the area of Goni and Arrowhead at 11:31 p.m. in reference to a person passed out in the roadway.