A man who has been contacted for illegally camping at Stateline since 2016 was taken into custody earlier this week after deputies found he’d been setting fires.
With the fiscal year entering the home stretch, the Stateline was the only jurisdiction to remain down for the year compared to 2021
A ballot question converting Nevada’s elections into an open primary and ranked-choice general election system can go on the November ballot.
Gardnerville Town Board members meet 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at 1407 Main St.
Public land agencies are implementing fire restrictions effective 12:01 a.m. Friday until further notice, due to to drying vegetation, increasing daytime temperatures and several human-caused fires.
The 18th Annual Molly Youth Awards honors outstanding Douglas County Student Athletes and celebrates the memory of Douglas High School Student Athlete, Molly Lahlum.
Professional fireworks shows are scheduled for the Fourth of July, including the return of Lights on the Lake to Stateline, one of the top-rated shows in the West.
A slim majority on the Nevada Supreme Court distinguished between senior and vested water rights holders in upholding the only approved groundwater management plan in the state.
Two weeks after celebrating 40 years of service, the Family Support Council received a $40,000 donation from Beverly Reality.
A Gardnerville man, who admitted to assault and interfering with a flight crew, was ordered to spend six months of home confinement and pay $49,079 in restitution by a federal judge on Friday.
The crash was reported 4:40 p.m. Tuesday between Johnson Lane and Stephanie Way
Delays push opening of Stateline events center to second quarter of 2023
Operation Dry Water weekend, July 2-4, will see amplified recreational boater outreach, education and coordinated enforcement surrounding boating under the influence.
Genoans celebrated 21 years since the dedication of John A “Snowshoe” Thompson’s statue on Saturday.
Join Me-For-Incredible-Youth, Inc. (MEFIYI) and Douglas Tiger High School Football Program for fun and informative Football Skills Camp with instruction for boys & girls who want to enjoy, learn and improve their skills in football.
Pollinator Month will buzz into history 4-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Dangberg Historic Home Ranch in Minden.
The Carson Valley Arts Council was the first Nevada recipient of a $35,000 grant from T-Mobile’s Hometown Grant on June 15.
A Dayton man arrested in an underage prostitution sting last year is scheduled to be released from a 45-day jail sentence on July 8.
A land division map on the former Carson Valley Garden Center south of Gardnerville was revoked by county commissioners on Thursday.
Two jet skiers who were tipped into Lake Tahoe last week were rescued by MS Dixie II crew members.
The Historic Barns of Carson Valley Tour educated and brought the community together last weekend, while showing the importance of preservation of six barns and the surrounding land.
Expect thunder storms as monsoons arrive in Western Nevada
The Nevada Department of Agriculture Animal Disease Laboratory has confirmed two cases of rabies in bats in Clark and Douglas Counties.
Monday was the last day voters could cure signature issues with their ballots.
For the second time in just over a month, construction work sparked a wildfire in Carson Valley that threatened structures.
A report of a suspicious package resulted in the closure of Highway 88 through Minden Tuesday morning.
Public transportation, both micro and macro, is making a foray at Lake Tahoe starting this weekend.
The 'Ready ... Two!' wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.
Chautauqua presentations of Mark Twain and Henry VIII are featured the final weekend in June of the 2022 Summer Festival at the Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park.
The Family Support Council celebrated 40 years at Heritage Park on Saturday
Main Street Gardnerville’s 9th annual Freedom 5K Fun Run takes place 8-10 a.m. July 4 at Heritage Park, 1447 Courthouse Alley in Gardnerville.
A trial is scheduled for April 25, 2023, after Gregory Charles Bettis Sr. denied he was behind the wheel in a June 2021 fatal collision in Minden.
Barton Women’s Health announced new changes that will increase regional access to healthcare and improve the patient experience.
A Lake Tahoe estate named after the originator of the Ghost Dance is the crown jewel among the properties being sold by the Bently Family.
Dave Price represented the best of the best when pacing the sidelines while covering a high school game.
The former V&T Train Genoa will travel next week to participate in the July 1-4 Great Western Steam Up at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City.
Carson Lanes is holding a bowl-a thon fundraiser on June 26 to assist the UCSB in travel expenses for state and national tournaments for Jenessa Hernandez and three other bowlers to Michigan.
In an early Father’s Day present, county commissioners approved an amendment to County Manager Patrick Cates’ contract allowing him to live outside the county so he and his wife could take care for their elderly fathers.
Carson Valley Middle School eighth-grader Riley Danen earned a position on the Nevada state-provincial National Junior High rodeo team.
Family Support Council’s “Let’s Get Support-y for 40” is noon to 4 p.m. today at Heritage Park.
A 3.5-acre fire prompted voluntary evacuations around the Genoa Cemetery
A wildfire burning behind the Genoa Cemetery is threatening structures
Includes results reported as of 4:40 p.m. Friday. Results are expected to change as additional ballots are counted
On Thursday commissioners approved $6.99 million in expenditures mostly following County Manager Patrick Cates recommendations.
Opponents, including three members of the high court, say the ruling effectively punches a hole in 155 years of Nevada water law.
“Darrow,” a flaxen-mane sorrel gelding was the top horse at the auction which raised $62,800 for 15 wild horses and one burro.
Power outage affected 174 customers in Minden and Gardnerville.
The Pony Express Re-Ride is due at Stateline around 5 p.m. today after climbing Kingsbury
The Journey of Hope bicycle tour should cross paths with the Pony Express Re-ride at Lake Tahoe today.
Barton Women’s Health announced new changes designed to increase regional access to healthcare and improve the patient experience.
Results for Douglas, Lyon, Washoe and Clark have yet to be reported
Douglas County Historical Society presents a tour of the barns of Carson Valley.
New Douglas County Public Library Director Tim DeGhelder started work on Monday.
Minden resident John Carne was named Citizen of the Year posthumously on Saturday by the Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club.
A big jump in gasoline and construction materials appeared in state sales tax statistics for March.
Civil Air Patrol Cadet Lt Col. Ivan Altunin of the Douglas County Composite Squadron, Minden, recently earned his FAA Certificated Flight Instructor-Glider certificate.
Set to debut in early June, an original Visit Lake Tahoe brand and associated marketing campaign will share what defines Lake Tahoe with guests from around the world.
With essentially a blank slate at the former Lakeside Inn property, Barton Health has launched a community survey to gather perceptions of current healthcare services and future needs.
The man accused in the April 23 wrong-way crash that killed Fallon Montanucci pleaded no contest to three traffic infractions he’d received 10 weeks before the fatal wreck.
The Carson Valley Days Carnival opens at 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday in Lampe Park.
Polls will be open at four Douglas County community centers 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday
School’s out and after this weekend, the Carson Valley Days Carnival and associated celebrations will be in the rearview mirror, so what are the kids going to do?
Douglas County clubs spent the last days of the school year honoring students for their work.
More than 300 quilts were on display at the Great Outdoors Carson Valley Quilt Show on Saturday at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center in Gardnerville.
After two years of cancellations, the Carson Valley Antique Tractor Power Show celebrated 25 years on Saturday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Gardnerville.
A Chautauqua of Eleanor Roosevelt and a concert by returning favorites, Old West Trio, launch the 2022 Summer Festival at the Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park in June.
Three Nevada Department of Transportation workers were injured Tuesday afternoon after they were hit by a vehicle on US 395 Northbound near Topsy Lane.
A Family STEM Night and Open House is 5-7 p.m. Thursday at River Fork Ranch Preserve, 381 Genoa Lane, Genoa.
The first Carson Valley Day took place June 11, 1910, in Minden. A parade became an annual tradition in 1946.
Gardnerville troubadour Jakota Wass will be helping to sooth the crowd on Friday night as part of the annual Carson Valley Days celebration.
Encouraging pollinators doesn’t require keeping bees, but simply sharing the buzz.
Less than a year after the Tamarack Fire burned through Turtle Rock Park Campground, debris removal operations managed by the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services have reached completion.
The inaugural Jazz & Art Festival saw more than 300 concert-goers listening to five bands during the day on May 22.
Carson Valley Art Association’s judged art show opens Friday at the CVIC Hall, 1502 Esmeralda Ave. in Minden.
Around two-thirds of the 21 first-ever graduates from Douglas County’s first online school received their diplomas at an in-person ceremony on Friday.
The grant is part of a $4.2 million initiative to help rural, frontier and urban hospitals and health centers across Nevada provide better ultrasound imaging services.
The ASPIRE Academy class of 2022 not only graduated on Friday but made a difference in the community during their school years.
One of the letters Navy World War II veteran Bob Netzley received in honor of his 100th birthday was from Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Russell L. Smith.
Genoans railed against applying Douglas County’s volunteer policy to Candy Dance on Wednesday.
After a two-year hiatus, the 29th “America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride – Lake Tahoe” returns with more than 3,000 bicyclists from all over the country to ride around the 72-mile shoreline of Lake Tahoe.
Douglas County spokeswoman Melissa Elges-Blosser has been named the county’s chief of staff, effective June 11.
The Northern Nevada Baseball Coaches Association will be hosting its underclassmen all-star game Monday, June 6 at 5 p.m. at Bishop Manogue High School early next week.
Two locally based youth soccer teams went down to San Diego over the past weekend to play in the 2022 Manchester City Cup alongside some of the best talent on the west coast.
Douglas High is hosting its 2022 Tiger basketball camp next week from Tuesday, June 7 to Thursday, June 9.
Western Nevada College Tech Express Mobile Training Lab is designed to keep technicians current
The Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club No. 85 has spent the past six months planning the 112th year of Carson Valley Days.
Up to 15 saddle-started wild horses and one halter-trained burro, will be offered for adoption at the event conducted by the Bureau of Land Management and the Nevada Department of Corrections – Silver State Industries.
Daniel Phillips, 61, was arrested Wednesday on multiple charges of possessing child pornography.
Carson Valley Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Jeff Prater was named chair of the Nevada Rural Hospital Partners board. His tenure runs through the end of 2023.
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health videos on can be viewed at nvbh.org/involuntary-hold/
To arrange a docent tour of the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center, contact Office Manager Brenda Hansen, 775-782-2555.
A celebration of Danny Lopez’s life is 5 p.m. Friday at Jethro’s Oven & Grill 1281 Kimmerling Road, Gardnerville.
Douglas High School graduation is 5:30 p.m. Thursday Douglas Nevada Online is noon Friday and ASPIRE Academy 2 p.m. Friday
Aspiring Chautauquans are invited to attend a two-day workshop scheduled for 9 a.m. June 25-26.