In a literal case of feast and famine, January 2022 went into the record books as only the third in 116 years zero precipitation in Minden.
The Nevada State Museum and the Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada in Carson City will host a Chinese New Year Celebration starting at 10 a.m. Saturday.
RENO — University of Nevada, Reno Extension is holding a beginning beekeeping workshop for new beekeepers and beekeepers looking to hone their skills.
On Jan. 14, the Carson Valley Sertoma Club hosted Sgt. Bernadette Smith as a guest speaker representing the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department’s Good Neighbor Program.
Author Todd Borg will be the guest speaker at the Friends of the Douglas County Library annual meeting on 11 a.m. Feb 5.
Douglas High athletic director John Glover confirmed Friday morning that Brian Mello was no longer the head coach for the Tiger girls' basketball team. Jason Carter will serve as the interim coach.
Douglas County's more than a century old courthouse is experiencing a phone outage
Big fireworks show may return to Stateline for July 4, 2022
District 4 commissioner lives and represents Lake Tahoe and far western Carson Valley
The hoops and red tape required for Minden-Tahoe Airport to install a control tower include getting approval from voters.
Douglas County is up to 45 new confirmed cases a day with eight confirmed and suspected cases in the hospital.
The Northern Nevada Development Authority held its annual State of the Counties conference Wednesday in Carson City.
Martin Slough Trail neighbors met with county engineer on future
The Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will perform Bach's Magnificat 7 p.m. Feb. 18 in Minden.
Author, broadcaster, political activist, and local resident Janie Johnson will speak Feb. 18 at the Douglas County Republican Party’s Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.
With only two months before filing opens in Nevada, candidates for governor filed their first contributions and expense reports for 2022.
Carson Valley representation in the Nevada Legislature is shaping up to be a Lyon vs. Douglas contest.
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels is scheduled to participate in the Aviation Roundup Airshow at the Minden-Tahoe Airport Oct. 1-2.
A conservation easement on 420 acres of land across from Van Sickle Station is still under way
Friday is the last day to register for full-term classes through myWNC.
Douglas High boys basketball got out and going from the beginning against Damonte Ranch in their second meeting this season.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, the Sutro Tunnel will undergo formal exploration.
The Davis Cup will be coming to Reno for the first time in the event's history and only the second time the event will use Nevada as it's featured stage.
Douglas High wrestling has several second place finishes as a team at tournaments this season, showing the Tigers are making some noise after a year away from the mats.
County officials are seeking to beef up their vacation home rental program with three new full-time positions, including a manager.
Redistricting has been completed for the East Fork Fire Protection District board
An Oregon parolee, whose passenger was killed in a pursuit through the Gardnerville Ranchos, is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court on Feb. 7 after he waived his preliminary hearing on Wednesday.
On Jan. 14, the Carson Valley Sertoma Club hosted Sgt. Bernadette Smith as a guest speaker representing the Douglas County Sheriff's Department’s Good Neighbor Program.
Douglas High used a 35-14 second half run to put away Carson in the first meeting between the two rivals this season.
Douglas High girls basketball used a big run in the third quarter to power past Carson in the first installment of The Rivalry Game on the hardwood in over two years.
Residents of upper Johnson Lane are asking the Bureau of Land Management to close public land to camping near their homes.
Volunteers sought for Carson Water Subconservancy, Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife and the Senior Services and Public Transit Advisory Board
Minden Fortnightly collects more than $2,000 for homeless pets as part of the Betty White Challenge
On Jan. 6, county commissioners approved $125,200 in award to through the Douglas County Community Grant Program.
Eruption on the other side of the world caused air pressure spike in Western Nevada
A 500-kilovolt power line running up eastern Nevada that has been carrying electricity for eight years could cost Western Nevadans an estimated average extra $40.50 over nine months this year.
Falconer Lauren McGough is soaring into Minden as the featured guest speaker for the Eagles and Agriculture’s opening receptions Jan. 27 and Jan. 28 at the CVIC Hall.
Douglas High boys hoops picked up the season sweep over Reno Tuesday night in Minden.
Douglas High and Reno girls basketball met for the second time this season in Minden Tuesday night.
A man prosecutors said was on probation for setting a previous fire was sentenced to the maximum 19-48 months in prison on Tuesday.
The 25th annual Operation Sierra Storm Meteorologist Conference touched on a topic near and dear to Lake Tahoe residents’ hearts – extreme weather.
Two months after the 2020 coronavirus lockdown was lifted, Stateline hotels saw their most robust occupancy of the year, according to the Nevada Gaming Abstract.
From a Douglas Tiger to the Wolf Pack then a Bronco, former Genoa resident Katherine Crowe has come full circle in her dance and cheer career and was selected to represent the Denver Broncos Organization at the 2022 Pro Bowl February in Las Vegas.
Christopher Smalley is just trying to continue telling his father’s story. On Jan. 1, 2021 – just over a year ago – Smalley’s father, Rod, passed away at age 50. Football was one of the biggest connectors between father and son.
Just before Thanksgiving, Carson Valley Swim Center announced it had installed CopperDisinfector on their front doors.
A wrap-up of goings-on in and around Carson Valley, Nev.
WNC Foundation Board Member Michelle Ketten and husband Charlie started a scholarship for homeschool students.
There are 90-plus people waiting for a forensic bed at a maximum-security psychiatric facility, state officials said on Tuesday.
A former Johnson Lane resident faces up to six years in prison after admitting to sexually exploiting a 16-year-old girl.
Sierra Intermountain Emergency Radio Association announced their officers to start 2022.
Carson Valley’s AYSO Region 318 is ready to bring some outside sports back to the valley for the Spring 2022 season.
Chief Judge Michael Gibbons announced Friday he will seek re-election to the Nevada Court of Appeals.
A decision to deny a special use permit for a slaughterhouse at Centerville was upheld by a three-member panel of the Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday.
With the sale of 93 homesites and completion of the 20,000-square-foot Clear Creek Tahoe Clubhouse over the past year, Clear Creek Tahoe is looking forward to the next year.
Three parcels of land at Lake Tahoe that belonged to a long-time Genoa family has been acquired by the U.S. Forest Service.
Volunteers stationed at 26 points around the Lake Tahoe Basin will be counting bald eagles on Friday morning as the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science celebrates a decade coordinating the Mid-Winter Bald Eagle Survey.
Tickets for Eagles and Agriculture are available on the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce website at carsonvalleynv.org For more information and to register or call their office at 782-8144.
The program is funded by a $418,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
With Carson City School District calling off school for Thursday and Friday, athletic events have been postponed.
A draft environmental assessment on a forest-wide prescribed fire project has been released for public comment by the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
All Alpine public boards have been ordered to meet virtually effective Monday afternoon after a sudden surge of coronavirus cases.
The Douglas County School District will be the first in the state of Nevada to implement a mobile weapons screening device.
The Tahoe Rim Trail Association offers Snow Camping 101 this winter to learn tips and tricks on how to enjoy a night out in the snowy backcountry.
A woman who walked away from a treatment center on May 3, 2021, is back in Douglas County custody.
Rory Angelotta was located by volunteers with Tahoe Nordic Search & Rescue Team Inc and Nevada County Sheriff’s Search & Rescue, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District‘s Marine 24 fire and rescue boat took a beating during Monday evening's wind storm.
Engineer Bruce Scott has promoted water resource protection since the late 1970s
On Thursday, Douglas County commissioner Wes Rice called for a moment of silence in memory of Cook, who died as a result of a fall over the New Year’s weekend.
Catch up with a number of local athletes now performing at the college level.
Commissioners voted 5-0 to reject the settlement and a revision to the ordinance to codify it.
Douglas County commissioners voted 4-1 Thursday to select a district map that comes closest to the current configuration.
The Douglas County Historical Society and Friends of Dangberg Home Ranch received grants from Nevada Humanities.
Since Oct. 21, the volume of water stored in Topaz Lake increased by a factor of five, increasing from 4,150-acre-feet to 24,090-acre-feet, according to the Walker Basin Conservancy.
Federal and state agencies are burning slash piles along the base of the Sierra's Carson Range this week.
Brittany Dawn Miller, 26, received concurrent 12-30-month sentences on two counts of possession of a controlled substance for sale.
On Jan. 18, 1844, Western explorer John C. Frémont and his party reached the East Fork of the Carson River near where Minden sits today.
Gardnerville recommends Carson Valley Medical Center major design review
Repaving of Highway 395 through Gardnerville will wait another year, at least, as highway officials work out the puzzle of drainage and utilities.
The Carson River Watershed’s estimated 16,000 dogs produce about 12,000 pounds of poop every day.
A female Douglas County resident in her 20s is the first reported case of the omicron variant in the Quad County region
Commissioners are scheduled to discuss revision of the vacation home rental ordinance on Thursday
With a crowd estimated at 1,500-2,000 people, Stateline experienced a second relatively quiet New Year’s Eve in a row.
High winds through Washoe Valley sent cars sliding off the highway
Presidential primary election back in state law as of Saturday