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The Glass Guru

Window Moisture Removal, Glass & Window Repair, Replacement Glass, Windows, Doors, Screens, Showers, Mirrors & More!!!

The Glass Guru of Carson City is owned and operated by Daniel and Julia Magrath. They are long time residents of Carson City. Daniel has spent most of his career in the construction field, specializing in the glass industry for over 20 years.


3656 Research Way #35
Carson City, NV 89706
Tel: 775-841-1101

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

Crime Log: Unidentified man arrested after allegedly striking officer

Carson City Sheriff's deputies have arrested the following individuals based on gross misdemeanor or felony allegations:

  • An unidentified man (John Doe) was arrested at 2 a.m. Saturday morning near the Blue Bull for gross misdemeanor allegations of battery on an officer and misdemeanor allegations of obstruction. Another man was arrested at the same time for obstruction. Bail is set at $3,000 plus administrative fees.

Gardnerville woman jailed on felony DUI charge

A Dayton man was booked into Carson City Jail Monday and faces a felony warrant charge of embezzlement. Sergio Joseph Torres, 24, had an outstanding warrant for his arrest from Nov. 18, 2007, for the alleged crime of embezzlement of value from $250 to $2,500, a category C felony. Bail: $5,000.

Susan G. Cummins

Feb. 23, 1949 - Dec. 12, 2013 On December 12, 2013 Susan G. Cummins of Dayton NV, passed away at the Carson Tahoe Hospital in Carson City following a lengthy illness. She was...

Workplace and gun safety discussed on Women to Women Nevada

Security experts Deb and Jeff May of Carson City join Carol Paz this week on Women to Women Nevada. Their company, Apex Security Consulting, specializes in workplace crime and prevention.

Women to Women Nevada with Autumn James

This week's Women to Women Nevada interview is with Autumn James, jewelry manager for Northern Nevada Coin. Fine jewelry and precious stones and metals are featured in this segment with Autumn showing some amazing pieces including diamonds, emeralds, and even a sterling silver purse. Learn how to get a great deal on fine jewelry and how to get the best price when selling your own.

Hurt, but not injured: Dayton remains undefeated

DAYTON - "Are you hurt or are you injured?" Dayton coach Rick Walker asked.

Women to Women with Carson City Chamber Director Ronni Hannaman

This week's Women to Women Nevada is with Carson City Chamber of Commerce Director Ronni Hannaman.

Before assuming the responsibilities as a top administrator for the Chamber which she has been for 8.5 years, Ronni developed and expanded her passion for travel and places as President of Pennsylvania Travel Council in Harrisburg, Pa., then as Director of Visitor Marketing for the San Diego Convention and Visitors' Bureau, and finally as proprietor of her own travel agency in San Diego, Calif.

Gov. Sandoval Dines with Dayton Students and Community Leaders

Dayton High School’s Culinary Arts class, one of Lyon County School District’s many Career and Education classes, prepared and served an elegant luncheon for Governor Brian Sandoval and area officials and community leaders Wednesday.

Thanking the students, Governor Sandoval said, “I had an opportunity last week to have lunch with former President George W. Bush at the Bellagio in Vegas. This lunch is every bit as good as what is offered at the Bellagio. This was very professional; the service was impeccable. You should be proud. You all have bright futures ahead of you.”

Dayton Valley Soccer fall sign ups

Event Date: 
Repeats every 7 days until Sat Aug 11 2012 .
August 4, 2012 (All day)
Event Date: 
August 11, 2012 (All day)

Dayton Valley soccer, a league dedicated to teaching the youth in our community the fundamentals of soccer, are holding sign ups for the fall season. We will be at Pizza Factory in Dayton from 10-2 on Saturday August 4th and 10-3 on Saturday August 11, 2012. As well as players we are also looking for volunteers, coaches and assistant coaches. Please visit our website at www.dvsoccer.org

Dayton Valley Soccer has been in the community of Dayton for 10 years.

Outdoors with Don Q: Take a vacation at Great Basin National Park

Here is an annual suggestion, if you would like to take a mid-summer vacation at an out-of-the-way location. 
Do 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?

It's the 77,000 acre Great Basin National Park.
 If you've never been there, here is a whole bunch of useful information:

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

Man who called himself 'Jesus' faces assault and battery charges in Carson City

A 40-year-old California man who called himself "Jesus" before allegedly punching another man in the mouth and flashing a knife was arrested by Carson City authorities on Sunday.
Lary Robert Welch of Rio Dell, Calif., faces a felony assault charge and misdemeanor battery, obstruction and drunken pedestrian charges. Bail was set at $21,606.
According to the arrest report, Carson City Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the area of Idaho Street and Sheffield Manor at about 9:30 p.m. after a report of a fight that involved a knife.

Obituary: Michelle M. Stratton

May 30, 1970 - July 10, 2013 Michelle M. Stratton, a resident of Dayton passed away on July 10, 2013, a memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 9 a. m., ...

Dayton fire destroys home, claims pet

DAYTON - A wildland fire driven by high winds Tuesday destroyed a Dayton home and claimed the life of family pet, described as "the best dog we ever had.""The fire started in a backyard on Grosh...

Dayton can clinch playoff spot with win

DAYTON - Dayton High's football team can clinch one of the last two 3A playoff berths tonight when it hosts Spring Creek.Kick-off is set for 7 p.m.Dayton is 5-3 overall and 3-3 in Northern 3A play ...

Obituary: Thelma May Foskett

Thelma May Foskett, 87, of Dayton, fondly known as "Mum", passed away Sunday, May 6, 2012 at her home. She was born April 3, 1925 in Nassau, New Providence Bahamas to Charles and Minette (Monroe) ...

Italian wine making on a small scale

On Saturday, Oct. 1, four of us (Bob and Lorraine Scholes of Dayton, Nev. and Elaine and I had the opportunity to visit a small vineyard called Corte de Valle in the Tuscany Region of Northern Italy.
It is one of a number of Bed & Breakfast vineyards (large and small) that are located along the Chianti Road between Siena and Florence.
We saw their small sign as we drove past, and on the spur of the moment, decided to turn around and visit there. It was a great decision.

Women to Women Nevada discusses women's self defense techniques with Debra May

This week's Women to Women Nevada interview is with self defense instructor Debra May of APEX SCF. As an instructor, she specializes in "stay alive" training in areas of self protection and protection of others in most any life threatening circumstance including active shooter scenarios. Debra covers many subjects in this interview including parking lot safety.

Prestige and Carson Tahoe Health to provide senior care services to Carson City region

Prestige Care and Prestige Senior Living, leaders in skilled nursing and rehabilitation care, announced plans Tuesday to join with Carson Tahoe Health to expand senior care services and offer comprehensive memory care to Carson City residents and their families.

As a first step in the relationship, the organizations will develop a community with 40 units for memory care services on the Carson Tahoe Specialty Medical Center campus. Construction will begin in 2014.

Governor, Lyon officials attend minting of Sesquicentennial Commemorative Medallion

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, U.S. Congressman Dean Heller, and Assemblyman Tom Grady joined Lyon County area officials to witness the striking of the first Lyon County sesquicentennial commemorative medallion at Dayton’s Northwest Territorial Mint on Tuesday.

Lyon County Commissioners, Sheriff, school trustees, superintendent, and members of the Historical Society of Dayton Valley were among those who attended the event and tour of the Mint with the Governor and other dignitaries.

Dayton man jailed on robbery charge after stealing bottle of booze, assaulting store security

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.

5K Walk-Run to benefit Dayton school children

A 5K walk/run will be held in Dayton on Saturday Oct. 23 to raise money for the Dayton Resource Bank. This “bank” is available to all students at our Dayton schools who are in need of resources that cannot be taken care of by their parents or the school.
The “bank” covers anything from class fees to school clothes and shoes. Referrals are accepted from third parties such as coaches, clergy, or school nurses, counselors, and teachers.

Part II Women to Women Nevada interview with Dayton educator, cancer patient Jennifer Bailey

In the second of a two-part Women to Women Nevada interview, Jennifer Bailey, a teacher and librarian at Riverview Elementary School in Dayton, talks candidly with host Carol Paz about her battle with cancer.

Bailey has dealt with cancer for 12 years, five of those with stage 4. Bailey tells how she works, raises a family and keeps a positive outlook on life with focus, positivity and confidence. See the first part of the interview here.

Carson City woman jailed for DUI drugs, felony battery after vehicle collision

A Carson City woman faces a felony charge of battery with a deadly weapon after colliding with a vehicle Saturday afternoon at Ponderosa Drive and and Koontz Lane.

Lisa Spangenthal, age not provided, was booked into Carson City Jail after being arrested at 1:47 p.m. She also faces a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of drugs.

According to the arrest report, officers were dispatched to the incident that involved an Oldsmobile Cutlass and a 2011 Hyundai. The Hyundai had major front end damage on the passenger side.

Dayton captures District 10-11 title

Silverada Little League of Dayton captured the 10-11 District 3 all-star tournament in Elko on Thursday night.Silverada was undefeated in the tournament and beat Ruby Mountain by a score of 15 -1 i...

Joyce Maxine Metzger Samsel December 4, 1924 - December 9, 2013

As her mother before her called it, the heavenly “peach orchard” welcomed a new resident on December 9, 2013, when Joyce Maxine Metzger Samsel of Dayton arrived. She was 89.B...

Women to Women Nevada with Kame Masterson

This week's Women to Women Nevada interview is with Kame Masterson of Carson City who is owner of a home-based anti-aging business.

During the interview, in which Masterson explains her background, she also shares some of her family's story of how her parents, both Japanese, were put into internment camps during World War II.

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.

Dayton man identified in Friday fatal accident on Highway 50 in Mound House

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.

Crime Log: Carson City woman arrested after driving and using cell phone

Carson City Sheriff's deputies made the following arrests for felonies from Monday afternoon:

  • Lindsay Ann Hammers, 23, a fast food employee from Carson City, for a probation and parole violation. Hammers was also arrested on allegations of misdemeanor cell phone use while driving and a misdemeanor failure to appear warrant in her name. No bail has been set.
  • Cheryl Bettencourt, 53, a Carson City resident, for burglary and a misdemeanor petit larceny allegation. Bail is set at $25,250 plus administrative fees.

Fundraiser Proceeds Preserves Comstock History

The Comstock Foundation for History and Culture raised $15,003 for nine organization within the Comstock Historic District. The Comstock Foundation matched donations up to $1,000 for each organization.

The fundraising event was part of a commemoration of the restoration of the Upper Yellow Jacket hoist and ore chute in Gold Hill, the Foundation’s first substantial preservation project since organizing in June 2013. Work on the Upper Yellow Jacket hoist and ore chute cost roughly $100,000.

Employment help and training options in Northern Nevada

Looking for A Job or Job Training? Check out the Employment Case Management Program: Unemployed or underemployed adults are welcome. Participants need not reside in Storey County to take advantage of these services.
Silver City, Dayton, Mound House, Carson City and Reno residents are all welcome to participate.

How Do I Use the Program?

Fire restrictions go into effect tomorrow

Seasonal drying conditions, increasing daytime temperatures and a number of human-caused fires have prompted the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Carson City District Office and the Nevada Division of Forestry’s Sierra Forest Fire Protection District to announce the implementation of fire restrictions on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at 12:01 a.m., and lasting until further notice.

Nevada Day: Strings Attached

Andy Ochoa of Dayton is spayed with Party String, a tradition that began five years ago between the east and west side of Carson and Sophia streets.

Donations sought for Tahoe chapter of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation banquet

The 13th Annual Big Game Banquet of the Tahoe Basin Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will be held in Carson City at the Casino Fandango April 30.

Those active in the foundation are asked to help with donations and underwriting of the event. Donation entries for the Program placement with proper credited entry prior to the program printing are needed by March 20th. Any help you can give the foundation will be greatly appreciated!

Carson City Silver Dollar Car Classic runs Friday through Sunday at Mills Park

Rev up your engines and get your motor running for the Silver Dollar Classic at Mills Park in Carson City beginning Friday and lasting through Sunday. Around 400 vehicles will be featured at this event.

Women to Women Nevada with Doreen Mack

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.

Carson Girls U10 Softball – Pink Diamonds prevail over Dayton

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.

Dayton runs over South Tahoe

DAYTON - Dayton High turned in a complete game against the South Tahoe Vikings in a 49-20 win in a key Northern 3A football game Friday night.The Dayton offense racked up big numbers while the defe...

Motorcyclist injured after Highway 50 crash near Dayton Hill

A motorcycle crash on Highway 50 near Mound House late Thursday morning sent a Carson City man to the hospital via Care Flight, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.

The crash happened at 11:45 a.m. near Dayton Hill around mile marker 4 east of Carson City, said NHP Trooper Barbara Stapleton. The motorcycle rider, David Reed, 44, of Carson City rear-ended a 1999 Subaru driven by a 59-year-old Dayton woman.

Crime Log for Friday, July 13

Carson City Sheriff's Deputies have arrested Anthony Paul Luca, 32, for failure to register as an ex-felon and possession of a controlled substance.

Officers also arrested the following individuals for misdemeanor allegations:

  • A 19-year-old Carson City man for a trespassing warrant in his name and a contempt of court warrant in his name.
  • A 36-year-old transient man for disorderly conduct and probation violation.
  • A 27-year-old Dayton man for failure to register as an ex-felon and a failure to appear traffic warrant in his name.

Motorcyclist killed on College Parkway

A Dayton man was killed Friday when he lost control of his motorcycle in a turn on College Parkway East.Raymond Minifie, 46, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident just before 6 p.m.

Woman jailed on battery charge after report of exposed women rolling around in grass

A 49-year-old Dayton woman faces a gross misdemeanor charge of battery on a police officer and two misdemeanors — disorderly conduct and obstructing and resisting an officer — after being arrested Saturday at Carson and Telegraph streets, a Carson City Sheriff's Office deputy said.

Officers were called to the area at 7:48 p.m. after a passerby reported seeing three intoxicated women rolling around and wrestling on the grass with their dresses up. The three women, all intoxicated, were found in the grass area in front of the Paul Laxalt Building.

Women to Women Nevada with interior designer Tricia Lincoln

This week's Women to Women Nevada features Tricia Lincoln, an interior designer in Carson City. Her business is called A Very Fine House.

Tricia explains to host Carol Paz how she guides homeowners in the selection of colors, fabrics, and furnishings to create an environment that reflects their vision, values, and style. Whenever possible, she incorporates environmentally sound principles and materials into every project.

Crews have upper hand on wildfires

Crews worked through Friday night to contain the Pine Nuts fire - burning near Mineral Peak, 9 miles east of Johnson Lane in Douglas County, and 13 miles south of Dayton in the Pine Nut Mountains.

Chain controls on area roads

Most area highways have snow tire or chains required this morning, with chains/4WD required for the mountain passes west of Lake Tahoe.

Carson City schools are all open today on time. Sorry, kids, no snow day!

U.S. Highway 50 from east of Dayton to South Lake Tahoe, and U.S. Highway 395 from Bridgeport to Reno have chains or snow tires required. SR 341 to Virginia City and Mount Rose Highway are also chains or snow tires required.

Nevada’s Pony Express Territory contest offers chance to win free overnight and corn maze fun

The Pony Express Territory, a fascinating route that takes travelers across Nevada on U.S. Highway 50 and once dubbed ‘The Loneliest Road in America’, is currently drawing visitors to Fallon’s annual Corn Maze at Lattin Farms via a contest on Facebook through Oct. 23. The award-winning Corn Maze is the West Coast’s largest and is known for family fun.

Dayton Intermediate School locked down during acid bomb scare

Dayton Intermediate School was locked down for about 45 minutes because of a chemical scare Thursday.
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office says deputies were called to a report of suspicious materials at the school.

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