Northern Nevada Development Authority is proud to announce that LaBudde Group, through their Nevada subsidiary Clean Dried Processing, has expanded to Northern Nevada. Clean Dried Processing has opened a 150,000 square foot dual purpose manufacturing and distribution facility in Silver Springs.
A spaghetti feed at Js' Old Town Bistro in Dayton Wednesday raised $1,200 for the Medical Outreach Response Event in May, which helps Lyon County residents get needed medical, vision and dental care.
MORE will take place Friday and Saturday, May 9 and 10 in Silver Springs.
Js’ Old Town Bistro in Dayton will hold a Spaghetti Feed fundraiser on Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 4 – 8pm.
Money raised will help local residents get needed medical, vision and dental care at the upcoming Medical Outreach Response Event (MORE).
Getting screened for breast cancer is one of the most important things a woman can do to protect her health.
Nevada Health Centers' traveling Mammovan is providing screening mammograms in the communities of Fallon, Fernley, Gerlach, Reno, Silver Springs, Sparks and Sun Valley through February 28, 2014.
Make your mammogram appointment today by calling toll-free 1.877.581.6266
A Carson City man was arrested Friday on suspicion of felony child abuse. Terry Ray Kilfian was arrested in the 2200 block of Roop Street at 12:19 p.m.
According to the arrest report, Carson City Sheriff's Office deputies met with the 12-year-old victim who claimed his father punched him in the face, then kicked him on the side in his ribs. The child had visible injuries to his neck, face and ribcage, according to the arrest report.
This is an annual reminder for fishing in nearby waters: Feb. 8 is the opening day of the 2014 fishing seasons for the following waters in Lyon County:
The Silver Springs Airport in Lyon County will be home to a Nevada drone company test site. The airport has been picked as a hub by Nevada Institute of Autonomous Systems as an operations location for unmanned autonomous vehicle systems, said Lyon County Manager Jeff Page in a Friday statement.
The deal was made through a partnership with Lyon County and working closely with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Northern Nevada Development Authority, said Page.
A 27-year-old Carson City man was arrested Jan. 18, 1:31 a.m. in the area of North Carson and East Park Street. He faces a felony charge of child endangerment and a misdemeanor charge of DUI.
According to the arrest report, an officer doing routine patrol on North Carson Street at Hot Springs Road observed a silver in color Dodge Durango without a license plate. The officer turned on his overhead emergency lights and conducted a traffic stop at North Carson Street and East Park Street.
SILVER SPRINGS, Nev. – Santa Claus will be visiting the Silver Springs Ranger Station at Lake Lahontan Recreation Area on Saturday, December 21.
Photos with Santa will be taken by Nevada State Parks staff and available for download at parks.nv.gov. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own cameras. Happy Holidays from the rangers and staff at Lake Lahontan State Recreation Area.
State and federal agencies and non-profit organization leaders will meet Wednesday with Nevada’s First Lady Kathleen Sandoval at the Governor's Mansion in Carson City to address food and hunger issues during the Northern Nevada Food Summit.
A 21-year-old Carson City man faces a gross misdemeanor charge of child endangerment/abuse and misdemeanor domestic battery after he was arrested Sept. 22, in the 3000 block of Florentine Drive.
According to the arrest report, officers were dispatched to an Airport Road address for a domestic battery. Officers report the victim, who is pregnant, and the suspect were arguing and the man pushed the victim out of the front door of the apartment. The victim told officers they were arguing because the man wanted to go to the bar rather than spend time with her, the arrest report states.
Zoom on in to the 17th annual Lyon County Fly-In, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28-29, (Note the new dates!) at the Silver Springs Airport for a weekend of fun-filled skies. The Fly-In is officially open from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday and there will be a pancake breakfast each day, free to pilots who fly in, from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.
A Silver Springs man died in a two-vehicle crash Sunday four miles south of Highway 50 and 95A, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
Jay R. Williams, 68, died at the scene of the accident, which involved a Dodge Stratus, driven by Williams, and a Dodge pickup, driven by a 53-year-old Silver Springs man, said NHP Trooper David Gibson.
The Lyon County Animal Services Division initiated an investigation of the Starlight Sanctuary in Silver Springs, due to complaints of mistreatment of horses. Officers viewed approximately 70 horses on the property.
Officers found appropriate feed and water for the animals and observed some horses that were underweight or had other health concerns. Animal Services has requested veterinarian to respond to the site to determine the health of the animals in question.
A 57-year-old Silver Springs woman faces two misdemeanor charges of battery after she allegedly licked the face of a young boy and kissed the neck of the boy's mother outside a Carson City hair salon.
According to a Carson City Sheriff's Office report, a deputy was dispatched to 3200 block of Retail Drive Aug. 16 at 6:44 p.m. in reference to the incident. The officer made contact with the mother who said the 57-year-old woman approached she and her 5-year-old son, licking the right side of the boy's face from the jaw line to his hair line, the arrest report states.
A 79-year-old motorcyclist was flown by Care Flight on Friday morning after colliding with a horse in the area of State Route 341 and Industrial in Lyon County, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The accident was reported at 7:46 a.m. The injuries the man sustained are unknown at this time. The horse fled after being hit, said NHP Trooper David Gibson.
The state route was reopened after Care Flight landed and the motorcycle was removed.
A 32-year-old Carson City man faces misdemeanor larceny and stolen property charges after allegedly taking wire and a battery from a business that sells junk on Wednesday.
The man was arrested at 12:05 p.m. in the 1800 block of Lompa Lane. According to the arrest report, officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Ann Street for a report of a commercial burglary.
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:
Glide through the waters of Lahontan, enjoying the serenity and wildlife of the Carson River. Free public canoe trips in July and August guided by Lahontan State Recreation Area will start just below the Lahontan Dam along the Carson River and go down to the Irrigation Diversion Dam.
The route is relatively flat and is ideal for beginners learning the basics of canoeing. Canoes, paddles and life jackets will be provided, but participants will need to bring sun block and drinking water. Space is limited. Reserve your canoe ride by calling (775) 577-2226.
Two men were arrested early Friday morning in the 1800 block of Long Street in Carson City and face multiple charges, including battery on police officers and resisting arrest. A 20-year-old Carson City man later told officers both had been under the influence of LSD and marijuana.
According to the arrest report, deputies were dispatched to the area of 1800 East Long Street late Thursday night after reports came in of a man screaming and stating he had a bloody nose.
Food For Thought seeks service groups or individuals to help with their Saddle Up For Kids Carnival on June 29.
They are in need of service groups/organizations/individuals to run carnival game booths. The booths run from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, June 29 at Mills Park and they need afternoon help from 1:30-5:30. They are also in need of help to teardown from 5-6:30.
UPDATE: A power outage affecting traffic lights from Long to 5th Street in Carson City this afternoon appears to be resolved. A downed power line from a gust of wind reportedly knocked out the power at around 12:40 p.m.
Traffic lights were up and functional at 12:55 p.m. along Washington and Robinson streets and other streets began to follow, according to Carson City dispatch.
Cactus Air Force received approval from the Carson City Airport Authority to build a military aircraft and vehicle museum at the Carson City Airport.
Cactus Air Force’s “Wings and Wheels Museum” will be a nonprofit, public museum dedicated to celebrating aviation and military history through preserving, restoring, displaying and use of US military aircraft and vehicles from WWII to present.
CARSON CITY — For the fourth consecutive year, Western Nevada College will graduate its largest class in history. The class of 2013 is 505 students strong, with 530 degrees and certificates being issued.
Four students will receive Bachelor of Technology degrees in construction management, and three students will graduate with bachelor’s degrees as part of WNC’s teacher preparation partnership with Nevada State College. The graduates span 60 years, from the youngest at age 17 and the eldest at 77.
UPDATE: The Nevada Highway Patrol reports no explosives were found inside the DMV in Carson City after a disgruntled man left two packages inside on Tuesday afternoon.
A bomb squad from Douglas County did a sweep of the DMV and the Department of Public Safety building after it was evacuated, the Nevada HIghway Patrol reports. A 65-year-old Silver City man, Charles Leigh Self, was arrested on unrelated charges following the incident. The man was originally reported to be from Silver Springs.
CARSON CITY — Scott Parker has joined the Carson City branch of AAA as the branch manager. He will oversee the 10 employees and office operations related to insurance, travel and memberships of the century-old-plus company. He started on Jan. 14.
Parker, who hails from Medford, Ore., has a long history of management in the insurance industry. This includes a 26-year stint with Farmers Insurance Group in different capacities. He last worked as a district sales manager after serving as a reserve district manager and agency owner as an independent agent.
A 26-year-old Dayton man was arrested and faces felony charges of battery on a police officer and probation violation after he allegedly punched a Carson City deputy twice in the face with a closed fist.
Christopher Scholl was arrested at 2 a.m., Thursday in the 1700 block of Fair Way after a foot chase with officers. According to the arrest report, officers were patrolling the area of Empire Ranch Road and Morgan Mill Road. A vehicle entered the Empire Ranch neighborhood and began driving around and came to stop in front of a home on Fair Way.
More snow is on the way for Carson City, Dayton and much of Western Nevada, prompting the National Weather Service in Reno to issue a Winter Weather Advisory through 10 a.m. Sunday.
Snow will begin tonight (Saturday) and last through Sunday morning with between 1 to 4 inches expected. Well below freezing cold air will be mixed in with the snow to make make for icy conditions along Highways 50, 395 and 95, according to the weather service.
A two-car detached garaged burned this morning in Silver Springs, Lyon County Manager Jeffery Page reports.
The Central Lyon County Fire Protection District was dispatched to the 3600 block Onyx Street at 6:56 a.m. Upon arrival crews found the garage involved with heavy smoke and fire. It took crews approximately 30 minutes to knock down the fire, Page reports. There were no injuries and crews remained on the scene Monday morning doing mop up.