Stories for August 2023


Thursday, August 31

Windy weather may clear out smoke

Moderate air quality and smoky skies could clear out when the wind picks up as a cold front arrives in Western Nevada.

The Aug. 31, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Wednesday, August 30

Indian Creek Reservoir subject to algal bloom warning

An algal bloom has prompted posting parts of Indian Creek Reservoir in Alpine County as dangerous.

Garage fire causes smoke damage to Ruhenstroth home

A Ruhenstroth garage fire Tuesday night caused heavy smoke damage to the rest of the home on Winners Circle.

Helicopter work planned along Highway 28

Beginning next week, customers and visitors to the areas can expect to see a helicopter working overhead.

Aug. 30, 2023, Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

VHR opponents file ballot initiative

Organizers have six months to gather 4,388 signatures to get a petition to ban vacation home rentals in residential zoning at Tahoe Township on the ballot.

The Aug. 30, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Douglas makes long trek to Spring Creek

How the Tigers have put together a 2-0 start

Douglas High School football has a chance for its first three-game since 2016 this Friday at Spring Creek.

Tuesday, August 29

Douglas County legal - 36441

Application for Water No. 92951

Douglas County legal - 36410

Notice of Petition for Change of Name

Douglas County legal - 36456

Community Development Block Grant 2024 Application Cycle NOTICE #2

Tiger harriers open up cross country season

Douglas High School cross country opened up its 2023 campaign at Lampe Park for its annual class races.

Santoro: Pack goes with only real choice, making Lewis QB

Colorado transfer gets first shot to turn around Nevada’s fortunes.

Tiger girls golf wins home meet in new league

Results from Douglas High girls golf and their opening meet. Plus, Carson High girls golf, Douglas volleyball and Douglas High girls soccer

Meyer-Kassel exhibition, fundraiser Wednesday at Genoa Courthouse Museum

The Douglas County Historical Society will be showcasing its entire Meyer-Kassel collection at a fundraising reception at the Courthouse Museum, 2304 Main St., Genoa.

Veteran turns his life around through faith, education

Former Gardnerville resident Nick Bedwell is wrapping up an online Arizona State University bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude. He overcame years of setbacks to earn his diploma through perseverance and faith.

Arts Council hosts photographer’s display

Carson City photographer John Warden will display his work Sept. 6 through Oct. 23 at the Copeland Gallery in Minden.

The Aug. 29, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Front to bring dry, gusty conditions today through Friday

Forecasters are predicting increased fire weather concerns today through Friday before cooler weather arrives for the Labor Day weekend.

Monday, August 28

Nevada State Police names new Parole and Probation Division Chief

Tamrah Jackson was named chief of the Nevada State Police - Parole and Probation Division.

The Aug. 28, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Sunday, August 27

Nevada native bikes across America for homeless

On Sept. 3, 23-year-old Western Nevada native Zach Harris will begin to pedal more than 4,200 miles across America with a goal to raise $23.78 per mile for homeless Colombian families.

Friday, August 25

Douglas County legal - 36365

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 36393

Douglas County Board of County Commissioners Meeting - Public Hearing September 7, 2023

Tigers 2-0 for first time since 2019

Douglas High football moved to 2-0 Friday night with a win over Elko in Minden.

President leaves Tahoe on Saturday morning

The route between Glenbrook at Reno was blocked off while President Biden's motorcade made its way north

Chimney Beach Trailhead parking lot expansion approved

On Wednesday the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board approved a parking improvement project at the Chimney Beach Trailhead that will expand the current lot from 21 to 130 spaces.

Hard Rock shooting suspect heads to district court

Probable cause was found on Friday to move the case of the man accused of shooting South Lake Tahoe resident Omar Reyes Garcia to district court.

County starts strategic planning process

Douglas County's strategic planning team will have tables at a variety of county events including the concert in Minden Park on Friday night.

The Aug. 25, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Crack sealers move onto Toler Monday

County Road was closed for most of its length Thursday as workers worked on the Minden route.

Thursday, August 24

Candy makers pour first batch of fudge

The Genoa Candy Dance is Sept. 23-24

Gaming Commission approves Hard Rock sale

The $277 million sale of the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday and is expected to take effect on Friday.

Kids & Horses hosts barn-raising fundraiser

A Raise the Barn fundraiser is 4-8 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Crystal Bay Casino Crown Room to support Kids & Horses in Carson Valley.

The Aug. 24, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Tigers looking to double 2022 win total against Elko

Douglas High School football thumped Argonaut in its road opener. Now the Tigers are hoping to impress the home fans in Minden Friday night.

Wednesday, August 23

Aug. 23, 2023, Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Concerns raised over Genoa Cemetery parking

The Genoa Cemetery Association’s former chairman, Wally Adams, is seeking to end parking in the cemetery off Jacks Valley Road related to the event.

Hilary history as sunny skies return to Carson Valley

Rain associated with ex-hurricane Hilary was sufficient to finally break 2017’s grip on the record as wettest calendar year.

The Aug. 23, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Tuesday, August 22

Douglas County legal - 36247

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 36015

Notice of Hearing

Douglas County legal - 36314

INTRODUCED Ordinance 2023-1622 Notice

Douglas County legal - 36315

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 36313

ADOPTED Ordinance 2023-1620 Notice

Douglas County legal - 36312

Notice of Hearing

Douglas County legal - 36158

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Tiger volleyball opens season 6-1

Douglas High volleyball is off to a blistering start after nearly winning every match at the Yerington volleyball tournament.

Annual CVBA Golf tournament

MEFIYI 'All 4 Charity' cookout

Notes on the annual CVBA Golf Tournament as well as MEFIYI's 'All 4 Charity' cookout.

Douglas Schools back in session

School started Monday for Douglas County.

Update: County can't substantiate violation of VHR rules in Biden Tahoe visit

Douglas County has determined a complaint that billionaire Tom Steyer illegally rented his Tahoe mansion to President Joe Biden cannot be substantiated.

County names new economic vitality manager

Nikki Verdile is the new economic vitality manager for Douglas County

Sign-ups open for Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy

One of the hottest tickets in town is the Douglas County Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy which is 1-5 p.m. Sept. 5-8 at the Judicial & Law Enforcement Center, 1038 Buckeye Road, Minden.

The Aug. 22, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Monday, August 21

Stewart Indian School history exhibit open until Oct. 20

“We Remember Your Sacrifices; You Are Not Forgotten: The Story and Art of the Stewart Indian School.”

Flood watch canceled for Douglas County

Flooding from tropical storm Hilary closed Highway 395 from Bishop south to Pearsonville on Sunday night.

The Aug. 21, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Ag Advantage sprouts in Douglas County

With more than 40 years raising livestock, growing plants and orchards, participating in 4-H and teaching, former Douglas High School teacher Robin Futch has combined her passion for agriculture and teaching to give Douglas County an Ag Advantage.

Douglas thanks volunteers for picking up Zephyr Shoals beach

The volunteers who picked more than three tons of trash off Zephyr Shoals Beach on July 5 were officially thanked by Douglas County commissioners with a proclamation on Thursday.

Saturday, August 19

University aims to boost pipeline for ag teachers

It’s no secret that teachers are in short supply in Nevada, especially ones to fill vacancies in the sciences.

Working out with Jesus

Reflections on the Word

Trial vacated in open house burglary

A trial set for Aug. 28 was vacated on Tuesday after a 60-year-old man admitted to residential burglary.

Judge calls out state Parole and Probation

Pay raises, recruiting will allow the division to catch up with the backlog caused by 50 percent understaffing.

WNC offers ground school courses for aspiring pilots

WNC has launched ground school courses for private and instrument pilots.

Rally explores options for school board

Around 130 people gathered in Minden Park on Monday night to discuss the Douglas County School Board majority and brainstorm ideas ranging from recalling four of them to putting up a strong slate of candidates next year.

Douglas cyclist, Holocaust survivor travels back to Europe in search of world age-group titles

Carson Valley 85-year-old Leon Malmed is seeking titles in three events at the World Masters Cycling championships in St. Johann, Austria.

Update: Flood watch expanded into Carson Valley

Residents can find sand and bags at the Topaz Ranch Estates Community Center on Carter Drive and the Johnson Lane Fire Station on Stephanie Way. Residents need to bring a shovel.

Friday, August 18

Douglas County legal - 36217

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 36223

Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

Douglas County legal - 36250

Application for Water No. 92930

Douglas County legal - 36226

Application for Water No. 92910T

Douglas County legal - 36211

Notice of Hearing

Douglas County legal - 36156

Advertisement for Subcontractor Prequalification

Douglas County legal - 36208

Douglas County, Nevada - 4th Quarter Report

Douglas football dominates Argonaut

Tigers post a shutout while Jackson runs for four scores

Douglas High football took the lead on its first offensive play from scrimmage and never looked back Friday night against Argonaut.

Separate explosion and collision calls occur in 15 minutes

Two people were reportedly injured in the crash that closed Highway 395 in Double Spring south of Gardnerville

Stormy weather not waiting for Hurricane Hilary

A strong thunderstorm passed over Carson Valley bringing lightning as rescuers responded to a heart attack on the Clear Creek Trail just after 3 p.m.

Back-to-school events encourage positivity

School starts Monday in Douglas County

Casino robbery suspects return to court Aug. 30

Attorneys sought a two-week delay in the case against two men accused in the July 14 robbery of the COD Casino in Minden.

Douglas has seen 63.7 percent increase in residents 65 and older

One of the key concerns in the Douglas County Strategic Plan six years ago was the increasing age of its residents.

The Aug. 18, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Thursday, August 17

Douglas declares critical teacher shortage

Douglas County schools open Aug. 21 with a critical shortage of teachers.

Harbor Freight announces Gardnerville location

Harbor Freight Tools expects to bring 25-30 new jobs to Gardnerville this fall after it announced Wednesday signing a deal to open a new location.

Resorts announce Nov. 17 target opening

If the snow gods smile on Lake Tahoe’s resorts, opening day could be the week before Thanksgiving.

The Aug. 17, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Wednesday, August 16

Attempted carjacker admits felonies

A man arrested in a May 30 attempted carjacking at Smith’s gas station admitted to armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon in Douglas County District Court on Monday.

What is soaring and why it matters?

Soaring is the art of flying a glider (an aircraft with no motor, also called a sailplane) and staying aloft using only rising air currents, called “lift.”

Aug. 16, 2023, Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Valley Widows group visits Genoa Courthouse Museum

Under the organizational skills of Douglas County Historical Society’s Past President Linda Lechien, the Genoa Courthouse Museum welcomed Women of Worth Widows.

Supporters step up for Pizza, Pistols & Pooches

More than $9,000 was raised during Millennium Medical Spa’s Pizza, Pistols & Pooches event on Aug. 5 in support of the four-legged deputies with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

Sheep Camp residents to make flooding case

Residents along Sheep Camp Road in the East Valley are asking Douglas County commissioners to alter what they are calling a clerical error that’s preventing them from fixing their property.

The Aug. 16, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Tuesday, August 15

Douglas County legal - 36130

Notice of Petition for Name Change

Douglas County legal - 36093

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 36128

Notice of Hearing

Douglas County legal - 36133

Notice to Creditors

Douglas County legal - 36119

Notice to Creditors

President Joe Biden to visit Lake Tahoe later this week

President Joe Biden is expected to visit Lake Tahoe later this week, according to the White House.

Santoro: Pack could be facing its best opponent ever

There’s some very good reasons why No. 6 USC is a 38-point favorite.

A new opportunity

Tigers anxious to see changed league landscape

The 2023 fall football slate will be a new one for Norther Nevada. Here's what Douglas High football is going to look like this fall.

The Aug. 15, 2023, R-C Morning Report

News from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Douglas educators named Betts scholars

Douglas County educators Lyndsey Bednar and Kelli Hays are the recipients of the Dr. F. Gregory Betts Education Foundation Honorarium Scholarship.

Carson Valley Health seeking feedback on mental health

Carson Valley Health Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic has launched a survey to help determine group therapy sessions that will benefit our community members.

It’s back to the ’50s and ’60s with Chuck Yeager and Moni & the Moonlighters

Visit for more information about visiting the park

Monday, August 14

Jumping from JuCo to Division I

Rozier earns her spot on Wolf Pack women’s soccer roster

Douglas High alumna, Bailey Rozier, makes the jump from junior college to Division I soccer this fall.

East Fork training facility to be named after Scott Fraser

A new training structure proposed as the first in a facility named for Battalion Chief Scott Fraser is scheduled to go before the East Fork Fire Protection District board of trustees on Tuesday.

Douglas taxable sales on pace to break even

The county’s 5,876 merchants reported $89.54 million in taxable sales during May, down 5.6 percent from May 2022.

The Aug. 14, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

School board accused of open records violation

A lawsuit seeking communications between school board trustees related to their office was filed Monday and amended on Thursday

Saturday, August 12

Douglas, Carson open up season with home scrimmages

Douglas High School showcased what fans can expect this season Friday night in a scrimmage against Galena High School.

Gardnerville resident takes on three Subway shops

Levi Jenkins and JT Blake run two in Carson City and one in Gardnerville.

Carson Valley Pops announces 2023 scholarship winners

Two Douglas High School graduates and one Carson High graduate received $500 scholarships from the Carson Valley Pops Orchestra.

Who is this amazing Jesus?

Reflections on the Word

Fentanyl cases result in sentencing, guilty plea

Two women who were arrested in December for leaving fentanyl in the presence of a 4-year-old appeared in Douglas County District Court on Tuesday.

Three Tahoe drownings prompt safety warning

There have been an increased number of water rescues at Lake Tahoe due to the cold water temperatures.

Hot mic incident prompts call for school board president's censure

A formal censure of Douglas County School Board President Susan Jansen is being sought in connection with a hot mic slur about a speaker at the July 19 meeting.

Friday, August 11

Douglas County legal - 35964

Application for Water No. 92909

Douglas County legal - 35960

Application for Water No. 92905

Douglas County legal - 35961

Application for Water No. 92906

Douglas County legal - 35962

Application for Water No. 92907

Douglas County legal - 36006

Notice of Hearing

Douglas County legal - 35963

Application for Water No. 92908

Douglas County legal - 35981

Douglas County Public Hearing - August 23, 2023

Update: Chance of thunderstorms in forecast through the weekend

At most a few drops of rain fell from a Friday night storm cell passing southwest of Douglas County bringing dozens of lightning strikes to the Sierra.

Historic commissioners reject cell tower in Genoa

While acknowledging there are issues with cellular service in Nevada’s Oldest Town, the panel charged with preserving the town’s architectural style decided a cell tower was too tall.

Officials: Parking issues at Tahoe only getting worse

While drivers can be ticketed for parking illegally or worse, towed, many remain undeterred, as they attempt to beat the heat around the Tahoe Basin this summer.

Hawaii fires prompt aid from Nevada

Northern Nevada American Red Cross volunteer Barb Kramer is deploying to Hawaii today to assist with relief efforts, it was announced on Thursday.

The Aug. 11, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

High Point work continues at Topaz Lake

Mono County seeks responses to winter emergency services survey

Thursday, August 10

Hard Rock sale could close Aug. 25

The sale of the Hard Rock is expected to close Aug. 25, pending approval of the Nevada Gaming Commission at its Aug. 24 meeting.

Cultural Arts Foundation fundraiser Monday

A fundraiser for the Cultural Arts Foundation of Douglas County is 5-8 p.m. Monday at Sunridge Golf & Recreations Event Pavilion.

Prepare for departure: Reno air races end 6-decade run

After a nearly 60-year run, the National Championship Air Races will fly into the sunset when the event concludes Sept. 17.

The Aug. 10, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Wednesday, August 9

Old Gym getting major makeover

A few old-timers have stopped by the Old Gym to check on its renovation underway since the beginning of July, according to workers installing new drywall on the ceiling.

Van Sickle conservation easement completed

Even as a conservation easement on the historic Van Sickle Ranch was completed, the Bureau of Land Management issued a call for public comment on the sale of almost 900 acres in the Las Vegas Valley.

Animal Welfare Group looks to clear shelter

A new program implemented by the Douglas Animal Welfare Group is offering to pay adoption fees for select pets that’ve been at the Douglas County Animal Shelter for longer than three weeks.

The Aug. 9, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Tuesday, August 8

Douglas County legal - 35826


Douglas County legal - 35913

Notice of Hearing

Douglas County legal - 35853

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Douglas County legal - 35915

ADOPTED Ordinance 2023-1619 Notice

Douglas County legal - 35909

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Douglas County legal - 35908

Notice of Trustee's Sale

Douglas County legal - 35932

Notice of Hearing (Administration)

Douglas County legal - 35933

Notice of Petition for Name Change

Douglas County legal - 35916

INTRODUCED Ordinance 2023-1621 Notice

Computer glitch affects some Tahoe tax bills

The Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer’s office has been made aware that a small number of residents have been affected by a programming error on their 2023-2024 property tax bills.

Santoro: Can Mountain West scoop up the Pac-12’s leftovers?

The Mountain West might turn out to be a big winner when all the dust settles ... or it might continue its streak of national irrelevance.

Lake Link exceeds goal, discusses expansion into Nevada

Last month, micro-transit service Lake Link celebrated its first year, providing rides to 141,200 people using the app-based ride service.

Champion Tiger girls squads Parade of Lights grand marshals

Chamber issues survey on Tiger-related themes for annual Christmas parade

Washoe Tribe to receive $1.3 million energy grant

The Washoe Tribe will receive $1.3 million from the Department of Energy to modernize and strengthen their energy infrastructure and invest in clean energy.

The Aug. 8, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Rockin’ blues mid-August at Dangberg Historic Park

Carolyn Dolan & Big Red will play rockin’ blues with Mick Clarke on his Gibson guitar 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Tickets can be purchased at the event and are $15 for members, $20 for non-member adults, and free for youth 16 and younger.

Monday, August 7

A year later, flooded Foothill couple offers thanks

Friday marked the anniversary of the Aug. 4, 2022, deluge that slammed into the back of Larry and Casey Braun’s home, burying their yard.

Humboldt-Toiyabe issues fire restrictions for Carson and Bridgeport districts

In response to the current and growing risk of wildfire, the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s Carson and Bridgeport Ranger Districts implemented Stage I Fire Restrictions through Halloween.

Fish Springs dam price tag $24.1 million

A feasibility study for flood control on Pine Nut Creek carries a $78 million price tag, including a dam and at least a half-dozen basins.

Lyon murder suspect awaiting trial found dead in cell

The man accused in the kidnapping and murder of Naomi Irions was found dead in his cell on Sunday evening, according to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office.

The Aug. 7, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Saturday, August 5

Robbery defendant allowed to fire attorney

A man, who is denying a March 27 robbery, successfully fired his attorney on Tuesday.

Flood control a pricey proposition

While the Buckeye Creek flood study was free to the county, flood control in the basin to reduce the flow to a fifth of its 100-year maximum could cost around $44 million.

Friday, August 4

Douglas County legal - 35804

Notice of Request for Qualifications (RFQ) 22F29.10 Buckeye Creek Flood Mitigation Feasibility Study Douglas County, NV

Douglas County legal - 35808

Notice of Request for Qualifications (RFQ) 22F29.08 Pinenut Road Utility Extension, Douglas County, NV

Douglas County legal - 35849

Application for Water No. 92899

Douglas County legal - 35848

Application for Water No. 92898

Douglas County legal - 35847

Application for Water No. 92897

Douglas County legal - 35846

Application for Water No. 92896

Douglas County legal - 35845

Application for Water No. 92895

Douglas County legal - 35844

Application for Water No. 92894

Douglas County legal - 35843

Application for Water No. 92893

Douglas County legal - 35829

Notice of Hearing

Painted Rock mine draft assessment could be released in September

A draft environmental assessment on a proposal to mine gravel on a Washoe Tribe allotment above Johnson Lane may be released to the public next month.

Hazy skies product of big dust storm

Weather Service confirms haze is mostly dust from Thursday's storms in the east

Minden ranked best location in West for post-pandemic corporate headquarters offices

A consulting firm that specializes in corporate headquarter relocation listed Minden as the top location in the West for post-pandemic corporate headquarters offices.

Minden’s National Night Out benefits DCSO Advisory Council

The Douglas County Sheriff’s office will have another fundraising opportunity Saturday at Millennium Medical Spa during the 4th annual Pizza Pistols & Pooches event.

Hot August Nights arrives in Minden

Things were a little slow in the beginning of Thursday’s Hot August Nights Poker Run stop in Minden.

Carson Valley Swim Center lifeguard team wins second year in a row

For the second year in a row, Carson Valley Swim Center’s award-winning lifeguard team took top honors at the Northern Nevada Lifeguard Games.

The Aug. 4, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Thursday, August 3

Jakota Wass highlights Bently Concert Series

Local country star Jakota Wass highlights music in the park concert at Minden Park Friday.

The Aug. 3, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Wednesday, August 2

Classification changes for the fall

Fall sports changes across Nevada

Douglas, Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran will be adapting to a different sports landscape this fall in numerous areas.

Douglas alumna, Rozier, joins Nevada women's soccer

Douglas High alumna, Bailey Rozier, has joined Nevada women's soccer for the fall.

Fire season waiting in the wings

With two fires in three days that allegedly started when birds hit powerlines, a conflagration could literally come out of the blue.

Trinity Lutheran Church and Sierra Lutheran High School concert Aug. 19

Trinity Lutheran’s new full-time Director of Music Ministry, John Burns and Sierra Lutheran High School are spearheading an August worship concert featuring nationally recognized musicians.

Valley Boy Scout eases navigating Carson canyons

A Carson Valley youth’s Eagle Scout project helps visitors travel confusing, and sometimes dangerous, terrain.

Outlaw country artist performs at Pink House on Aug. 13

The Pink House has served up music in addition to food since it was purchased and reopened Nevada Day 2022.

Supporter defends school board president

On Thursday, Clerk-Treasurer Amy Burgans said her office has met with people requesting information about how to conduct a recall petition.

The Aug. 2, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Best of Carson Valley final voting starts today

The annual Best of Carson Valley contest enters into final voting starting today. Final voting for The Record-Courier’s annual awards runs through Sunday, Aug. 20.

Tuesday, August 1

Douglas County legal - 35635

Public Notice - Liquor and Gaming Board

Douglas County legal - 35610

Public Notice - Liquor and Gaming Board

Douglas County legal - 35795

Notice of Hearing

Mono County legal - 35769

Notice of Public Hearing

Douglas County legal - 35750

Notice of Petition for Name Change

Douglas County legal - 35711

Notice to Creditors

Genoa recruiting volunteers for annual Candy Dance

Volunteers are starting candy-making in preparation for the annual Genoa Candy Dance, which is Sept. 23-24 this year.

Researchers: Health halo effect may mislead consumers

Consumers may not realize they are being impacted by a health halo effect, which creates false perceptions of whether a certain food product is healthy or unhealthy based on factors like keywords used on the product’s labeling or in marketing campaigns.

The Aug. 1, 2023, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Chautauquan, author open August at Dangberg Home Ranch Park

Visit for current information about events on the Dangberg Historic Home Ranch