The Douglas County Senior Center bathrooms will be named for Dave Brady and Brian Fitzgerald
Douglas County Community Development has implemented an appointment scheduling and queue management system called QLess.
Work is continuing to clear Highway 108 between Sonora Pass and Highway 395
With help from the green waste recyclers along the Sierra Front, Full Circle Soils & Compost reported a record-breaking compost year in 2020.
Douglas High softball is off to a 3-0 start and may have postseason reservations this spring.
Why can't the all-region teams be better? It doesn't seem like much more effort is needed to make them right.
Most of the rivers in California have been open to catch and release since March 1. But on April 24, most waters will change to spring-summer regulations, meaning you are allowed to use bait or artificial lures or flies, and the bag limit will change from zero to a five-fish limit per day.
Medical science, like actual life, is messy, and this last year has seen it playing out in real time, which doesn’t help improve the picture much.
A Carson City man who admitted to stealing two pairs of shoes from a Topsy store last fall will have to serve six months in jail as a condition of a suspended 2-5-year prison sentence on Tuesday.
As he lumbered down the fire scarred mountainside, she could see that whatever the creature was, it was way bigger than her Uncle Alvin, who stood about 6 foot 3.
A Last Will and Testament is often a fundamental part of an estate plan. It is one of the estate planning documents that everyone should have, regardless of their wealth.
The year 2021 is certainly a new day in Christ. The year 2020 was a trying and difficult time for the world, including many churches and Christians. Church life for many was placed on hold and some churches have ceased to exist.
Closing day for Heavenly Ski Resort is Sunday.
The Douglas County Board of County Commissioners passed a proposed reopening plan on Thursday. The next step is submitting the plan to the Nevada COVID Task Force, where it is scheduled to be reviewed on April 22.
Ken Furlong and eight other Nevada sheriffs have signed on to a letter, along with a total of 274 sheriffs across the U.S., blaming President Joe Biden for criminals, drug dealers and gang members coming illegally into the U.S.