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Jewelry store brings bling to Gardnerville (1)

July 29, 2014 — 

Sparkle has come to Gardnerville in the guise of a small jewelry store aimed at blinging up Carson Valley residents. Bling for the King is a small jewelry and accessories …

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Fire weather watch in forecast (6)

July 5, 2014 — 

A fire weather watch on Wednesday, which could turn into the fourth red flag warning in 10 days, was issued by the National Weather Service on Monday. Low humidity and …

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Barton among hospitals facing Medicare cut for adverse patient events (8)

July 5, 2014 — 

Barton Memorial Hospital is among 10 California hospitals and 761 hospitals nationwide potentially facing lower Medicare reimbursements this fall because of their adverse patient-complication rates. The Centers for Medicare and …

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Stateline gaming rebounds in May (9)

July 5, 2014 — 

The chief source of Douglas County’s gaming revenue posted an 18.37 percent increase for the month of May. Stateline casinos brought in $17.32 million in gaming revenue during the month …

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Cooperative Extension conducts intensive grazing workshop (10)

July 5, 2014 — 

A workshop on managed intensive grazing systems is being conducted by the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension July 23 in Gardnerville. “Managed intensive grazing systems, or planned livestock grazing of …

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Seats available on Main Street Gardnerville board (11)

June 20, 2014 — 

The Main Street Gardnerville Board announces the retirement of two of its members, Susie Biaggini and Carol Sandmeier. Both women were on the original board when the Main Street Gardnerville …

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New study shows bistate sage grouse populations stable (12)

June 20, 2014 — 

New information may indicate that the bistate sage grouse, which is proposed for listing as an endangered species, might not be as endangered as originally thought. Information gathered by several …

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Local author writes dark tales (13)

June 20, 2014 — 

A local author is learning the “challenge of being a public writer in a small town” since distilling his family’s trauma and his experience as a reporter during the Great …

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Douglas grads receive scholarships (15)

June 20, 2014 — 

Women Inspiring Service and Education recently awarded their annual scholarships during the May meeting and luncheon. WISE holds raffles and other events throughout the year to raise money for the …

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Full Belly Deli makes comeback (16)

June 20, 2014 — 

The Full Belly Deli has changed its location, but not its menu or its commitment to service, owners said. Mother and daughter owners, Nancy and Dawn Rehfeldt, respectively, have moved …

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Heavenly to unveil new summer activities (17)

June 20, 2014 — 

Heavenly Mountain Resort will debut several new summertime attractions at the top of the resort’s gondola today. New experiences include the Black Bear Challenge Course, the Discovery Forest Canopy Course …

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Douglas alumni create event-planning business (19)

June 20, 2014 — 

Setting up an event like a wedding and tearing it all back down again is not what most couples or their families want to do after the reception is over …

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Tractor Supply Co. hosts pet adoptions (20)

June 20, 2014 — 

Tractor Supply Company is hosting a pet-adoption event, and is offering vendors free 100-square-foot spaces. The event is 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. For more information, contact Sam or Christina at …

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