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5th Annual Chairman’s Scramble Golf Tournament

Event Date: 
September 26, 2014 (All day)
Thanks to our golfers last year, we were able to raise $2,000 to present to Carson High to send their best and brightest kids to competitions within the state and nationally, and we are pleased to report they did amazingly well.

We want to offer you the opportunity to again enjoy a day of golf on one of Carson City's finest golf courses followed by a very special barbecue to be cooked and served by the Culinary Pro Start and Skills USA students under the direction of the ProStart NATIONAL Teacher of the Year, Penny Reynolds who oversees the culinary programs at Carson High.

HopeFest free outdoor concert Aug. 22 to benefit local cancer patients

The Carson Tahoe Health Foundation is pleased to host HopeFest 2014, an outdoor concert offering free admission with all sales on food, drinks and raffle tickets directly benefitting local cancer patients.

The event is scheduled for Friday, August 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Carson Tahoe Cancer Center located at 1535 Medical Parkway, Carson City.

Being Flynn author to speak at Sierra Nevada College

Nick Flynn
Being Flynn by Nick Flynn
Event Date: 
September 5, 2014 - 7:00pm

Nick Flynn, whose first memoir sparked the major motion picture, “Being Flynn,” international reviews and much press attention, will visit Sierra Nevada College on Sept. 5-6 to kick off the 2014-15 Writers in the Woods literary speaker series and to introduce the college’s Common Read book for the year.

Boys and Girls Club kids party at back to school bash, adults get their turn at Sept. 7 luau

A back to school bash Wednesday at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Nevada turned out to be a big end-of-summer safety splash for its members.

With the last-minute cancelation of Carson City’s National Night Out because of recent heavy rain saturating Mills Park, the Carson City Sheriff’s Office took some of the donations for the event and turned them loose for the hundreds of kids at the Russell Way club.

UNR and Desert Research Institute activate fire cameras at Lake Tahoe

New high definition fire cameras are scanning the mountains and shoreline, while University of Nevada, Reno researchers are discovering new animal species at the bottom of Lake Tahoe and working with colleagues at the Desert Research Institute to document the dramatic decline of other bottom dwelling species and nearshore water quality.

Virginia City readies for its first Wild Horse Faire

Event Date: 
August 23, 2014 (All day)

The first Wild Horse Faire will arrive in Virginia City, Aug. 23, hosted by the Silverland Inn, Let 'Em Run Foundation and the Virginia City Tourism Commission.

Capital Crossfire: Part II of The Science and Politics of the Western Range

In this week's edition of Capital Crossfire, Join Shelly Aldean and Karl Neathammer with guests Dr. Barry Pearlman and CJ Hadley for Part 2 of “The Science and Politics of the Western Range.”

In this program they continue their discussion of the management and ecology of rangelands in Nevada and the motives and myths surrounding the use of this vast resource. Go here for the first part of the series.

Photos of Saturday's fundraiser for Sassafras

Live music, great food and community support played out in full Saturday at Brewery Arts Center at the Save our Sassafras fundraiser.

Carson TV News segment: Arts around the region

In this Carson TV News segment, host Cortney Bloomer highlights the recent performance by Sierra Nevada Ballet performing Swan Lake at Sand Harbor, and other arts events in and around Carson City.

Follow Carson TV News at www.facebook.com/carsontvnews for updates, information and to learn more about the program, which airs weekly on Mondays, Charter Cable Channel 193, at 4:30 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. and throughout the week. Have a news tip? You can also submit photos and video to CarsonTVnews@gmail.com.

FISH launches unique raffle fundraiser where winner gets energy-saving solar array

Have you been noticing how high your electric bills are? Thinking about how nice it would be to have solar panels, without the high cost of installation? If you are dreaming of adding solar panels to your home, then you may be in luck.

FISH, the local nonprofit that provides food, instruction, shelter, and health care to those in need is partnering with Black Rock Solar to give FISH donors the chance to win a solar array.