Stories for January 2023


Tuesday, January 31

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Notice to Creditors and Others Concerned

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Consumer Session

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Notice to Creditors

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Advertisement for Bids - Pavement Maintenance Project 2023

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Planning Commission Meeting - February 14, 2023

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Advertisement for Bids - Painting Maintenance Project 2023

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Advertisement for Bids - Carpet Maintenance Project 2023

Douglas girls basketball upsets Bishop Manogue

Weaver’s incredible night pushes the Tigers past the Miners

Douglas High's Aleeah Weaver put together a night she may never forget in an upset win over Bishop Manogue Tuesday.

Douglas girls wrestling sends three to state

Douglas High wrestling will have three girls representing the team at the state wrestling tournament after qualifying at the first-ever Nevada girls regional wrestling tournament.

Douglas boys hoops down McQueen

Tiger girls fall, wrestling readies for regionals

Results from Douglas High basketball games Friday against McQueen and a look at what's on the schedule this week for the Tigers.

Sheriff’s Office introduces new K-9

Thanks to a donation from a Douglas County family, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office welcomed a new K-9 officer, Bubba, to the team on Tuesday.

Single lane closure expected on 395 north of Holbrook

A single lane closure will take place on Highway 395 north of Topaz Lake in Douglas County beginning Thursday as the Nevada Department of Transportation repairs roadside erosion.

Valley residents awake to frosty temperatures

Tuesday morning saw some of the coldest low temperatures in Minden in the 21st Century.

Seed Swap germinates ideas for spring

The last Saturday of January is National Seed Swapping Day, which encourages gardeners of all levels and even those who are not gardeners, to swap seeds and planting tips in reminder that spring is on its way.

Eagles & Ag experiences life on the ranch

The deadline for the Eagles and Ag Photo Contest is Feb. 10.

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

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

Monday, January 30

County Manager: Seniors 65 and older make up quarter of Douglas population

Douglas County Manager Patrick Cates spoke at last week’s annual State of the Counties hosted by the Northern Nevada Development Authority.

Land sale paves way for Vista Grande

On Thursday, Douglas County commissioners are being asked to accept right-of-way easements for the extension of the road and a water pipeline from just south of Topsy to Jacks Valley.

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

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

Sunday, January 29

Collisions abound as snow brings slick conditions

Multiple collisions snarled highways around Carson Valley on Sunday as a winter weather advisory continues through 7 p.m.

Saturday, January 28

Winters featured at Copeland Gallery

The Carson Valley Arts Council presents artist Ginger Winters at the Copeland Gallery in Minden from Feb. 2 through March 3.

New year and beginnings

Reflections on the Word

Trial set in Indian Hills stabbing

June trial set in attempted murder case

Tiger wrestling honors seniors at home dual

Douglas High wrestling hosted Damonte Ranch and Carson High on Senior Night Wednesday evening.

Students artwork helps promote study

The Nevada Department of Transportation recently held an art contest for schools in Douglas County to help the department with a study of the U.S. 395 Southern Sierra Corridor.

Eagles and Ag event kicks off 21 years with reception

Celebrating its 21st year, Eagles & Agriculture kicked off Thursday bringing in more than 100 people, mostly locals, during the reception at the Douglas County Community and Senior Center.

Friday, January 27

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Public Hearing - February 8, 2023, at 10:00 am

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Notice of Foreclosure

Tiger boys cruise around Reed, McQueen

Douglas High boys basketball posted a 2-0 week, taking back control of second place in the Class 5A North.

Tiger basketball dismantles Reed, falls to McQueen

Douglas High girls basketball used a fast start and stayed hot Tuesday night in win over Reed

Tourists comprise second blizzard at Tahoe resorts

With plenty of snow falling in the basin from a series of storms in December and January, resorts are seeing tons of skiers and riders while dealing head-on with difficulties.

Frey Ranch named Food and Beverage Small Business of the Year

Frey Ranch Distillery was selected from 15 nominations by three judges from the NDA and Made in Nevada to receive this year’s award.

The Jan. 27, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wilson Canyon work moving 1,000 cubic yards at a time

Route from Gardnerville to Yerington goes through Silver Springs

Thursday, January 26

Green comet may be visible if clouds don't block the view

The green comet passing Earth on its 50,000-year journey around the sun will be visible near the north star on Jan. 29-30, if cloud cover doesn’t get in the way

Santoro: Alford, Pack giving fans reasons to believe

Under-the-radar Nevada basketball team getting it done with with defense, hustle, teamwork and talent.

Nevada DA’s seek to roll back law changes

The Nevada Legislature opens Feb. 6

The Jan. 26, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, January 25

Douglas wrestling splits triangular, takes fourth at Vaquero Classic

Plus, results from Douglas basketball

Douglas High wrestling put together several quality results from the weekend tournament in Fernley.

Nevada, UNLV renew rivalry with key game Saturday

Rebels got the sweep last season; Wolf Pack battling for first place in MW.

Wet weather dents drought

At least five of the nine atmospheric rivers that struck the West Coast, including three strong and two moderate, directly affected weather in Western Nevada.

Fentanyl on way to replacing heroin as main opiate

Fentanyl seizures in Douglas County went from just half a gram in February 2022 to 266.5 grams in June.

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

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

Tuesday, January 24

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Water Conveyance Advisory Committee Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Adopted Ordinance - 2022-1609

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Notice of Adopted Ordinance - 2022-1610

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Notice of Adopted Ordinance - 2022-1611

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Liquor and Gaming License Application - Douglas County

Carson Valley Medical Center announces DAISY award winner

Carson Valley Medical Center named Registered Nurse Rebecca Robidart the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing winner.

State of State 2023: Lombardo requests 12% raises to state workers

During his first State of the State speech, Gov. Joe Lombardo said he wants to cut taxes for businesses and residents. He also said that he wants to make sure that no one time surplus money from the federal government went to funding reoccurring programs.

Carson City stormwater engineer receives 2023 Andy Aldax Watershed Award

Robb Fellows receives 2023 Andy Aldax Watershed Award

$5.3 million grant will fund new Care Flight helicopter

The grant is the largest ever made to REMSA Health, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.

Centuries-long drought in the Great Basin could be recurring pattern

Nevada has a history of periodically locking into centuries-long droughts, new research led by the University of Nevada, Reno, shows.

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

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

Monday, January 23

Nice birding weather anticipated for Eagles & Ag

Eagles and Agriculture is celebrating its 21st birthday this week with a reception, dinner, tours and classes on photographing birds.

Forensics students crack mock murder

A mock homicide is part of the forensics class offered at Douglas High School

Judicial center could be done by 2026

A $41 million new judicial center will take just over three years to complete, Douglas County commissioners were told on Thursday.

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

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

Saturday, January 21

Trials stacking up in the new year

Dayton man denies charges of sexual assault and lewdness with a child under the age of 14

Washoe celebrate elders at annual Christmas party

Elders are key to the preservation of the tribe’s culture, history and language.

The unchanging Word of God

Reflections on the Word

Friday, January 20

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Notice of Public Meeting

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Notice of Public Lien Sale

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Notice of Vacancy in Division No. 6 - United States Board of Commissioners

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Notice of Hearing

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Advertisement for Construction Bids - Gardnerville Station Stormwater Outlet Piping

Injury collisions snarl opposite corners of Douglas County

Collisions on opposite corners of Douglas County have resulted in several injuries.

Chain reaction set off avalanche that injured two skiers

Two skiers venturing into the backcountry near the boundary of Heavenly Mountain Resort on Thursday were injured in an avalanche, officials said Friday.

Genoa Town Church, Pink House win approvals

Money freed up to work on Genoa Town Church

Three-car crash closes Highway 50 at Elks Point for two hours

A multiple-car collision on Tuesday forced the closure of U.S. Highway 50 near Zephyr Cove which created a miles-long traffic jam for about two hours, authorities said.

Work begins on Wilson Canyon rockfall

Clearing 400 feet of Highway 208 through Wilson Canyon will take weeks after rockslide.

Tree damage closes Mormon Station

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The Jan. 20, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, January 19

Santoro: Brock Purdy a long way from ‘irrelevant’ tag

Purdy has basically gone from C.J. Beathard to Joe Montana in a month. There’s never been a 49er fairy tale like it.

Slick conditions blamed for closing Highway 88

Multiple spin-outs reported on Highway 88

Stateline attorney takes seat on planning commission

County commissioners appoint advisory board members

The Jan. 19, 2022, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, January 18

Man leads deputies up Clear Creek Road in chase

Motorists on Highway 395 witness chase first hand

Attorneys with Douglas ties seek Vegas judgeship

Patrick Ferguson and Nadine Morton have both appeared in Douglas County courtrooms over the past month

Meadowdale eatery closes doors

The restaurant formally known as Hamdogs closed last week after not quite 29 years

Drier weather forecast for next week

Forecast hopeful for next week's Eagles and Agriculture

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

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

Tuesday, January 17

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Notice of Application to Revise Tariff

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Notice of Intent to Create A Special Assessment

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Advertisement for Bids

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Advertisement for Bids

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Advertisement for Bids - Sierra Shadows Altitude Valve

Tiger wrestling continues to make strides

Douglas wrestling had plenty of quality results this past weekend at the Spring Creek Invitational

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Notice to Creditors

Nevada OSHA workplace safety violation penalties increase

Nevada OSHA’s penalties will increase by 7.74%, effective immediately for any penalty assessed on or after Jan. 17.

Longtime residents provide snow removal tips

Less than a third into winter, heavy snowfall over the past month has residents taking up snow shovels and blowers to clear paths and driveways across Carson Valley.

Kingslane garbage bear still awake

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Minden precipitation breaks 114-year-old record

2023 marks wettest January on record in Minden

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

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

Monday, January 16

VHR panel keeps plugging away at new code

Members of an advisory committee spent another five hours working on the code governing vacation home rentals on Wednesday, knowing their work could end up on the cutting room floor.

Democratic Women win Gallery of Trees

First place was awarded to the Douglas County Democratic Women for their Christmas tree decorated in this year’s Gallery of Trees “Buttons ‘n’ Bows” theme.

MLK Day storm upgraded from advisory to winter storm warning

Winter storm warning in effect in Carson Valley until 10 p.m. Monday

The MLK Day 2023 R-C Morning Report

A wrap up of mostly storm news in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

Sunday, January 15

Highway 395 south of Bridgeport reopened after a week

Visit of up-to-date status of roads in California.

Saturday, January 14

Authorities identify Stateline man killed when pine tree crushed home

A Stateline man died Dec. 12, 2022, after a heavy snowstorm toppled a pine tree, crushing his home and striking him on the head.

Snow removal a sore spot for many

Snow removal within the Douglas County’s boundaries is handled by several different agencies ranging from the state and county to the various road districts and towns.

Friday, January 13

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Discussion on Resolution to Augment Budget

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

Douglas basketball rolls Carson

Tiger girls and boys cruise to double-digit wins Friday night

Both Douglas High basketball teams had little trouble with Carson High Friday night at Morse Burley Gymnasium in Carson City.

Senators sweep Senior Night

A look at Carson High wrestling's performance on Senior Night. Plus, results from Carson and Douglas basketball this week

January on pace to break record for wettest month

January 2023 is already the second wettest month on record with just an inch to go to break the record

New Year storm agitates Topaz turtle sanctuary

It is without doubt that the unexpected severity of the snowstorm on New Year’s Eve brought upheaval across Douglas County, but when it caused a widespread power outage, Topaz Ranch Estates resident Don Zirbel’s biggest concern was to save his turtles.

Addeo named Editor & Publisher ‘Sales Superstar’

Record-Courier Associate Publisher Tara Addeo was recognized by Editor & Publisher Magazine as one of 16 “Sales Superstars” in the trade publication’s Jan. 6 edition.

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Notice of Lien Sale

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Local Plan 2 year modification

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Public Hearing - January 25, 2023

Thursday, January 12

County launches online damage assessment tool

Residents asked to avoid unnecessary travel during stormy weekend

Santoro: For 14-4 Wolf Pack, the road gets much bumpier

The final 13 regular-season games are not going to be as smooth, easy and stress-free as things have been so far.

Bridge inspectors checking out Valley crossings

No substantial issues found in Valley bridge inspections so far.

Consumers could see higher beef prices this year

Tighter cattle supplies may increase beef prices during 2023, ranchers were told on Monday.

The Jan. 12, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, January 11

Stormageddon brings neighbors together

The New Year’s stormageddon that left 1-2 feet of snow on the Carson Valley floor did not freeze Douglas County residents from coming together in a time of need.

Update: Highways 395, 208 remain closed south of Douglas

A rock slide in Wilson Canyon between Smith and Mason valleys closed Highway 208

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

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

Tuesday, January 10

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Notice of Hearing

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Before the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada Notice of Supplement to the Joint Application

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Application

Nevada 4-H seeking ambassadors to the hive

Teens interested in learning more about pollinators and getting hands-on experience in developing pollinator habitats can apply to become a “Nevada 4-H Pollinator Ambassador” through a new program being launched by University of Nevada, Reno Extension.

New Year storm created Minden fairytale wedding

The New Year’s storm may have caused a lot of problems across Carson Valley, but for two newlyweds, it was a fairytale.

The updated Jan. 10, 2022, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, January 9

County opens flooding hotline

Residents may call 775-783-6038 to report any non-emergency-related flood concerns from 8 a.m. through 10 p.m. daily.

Douglas' 3A football appeal denied

NIAA shuts down classification change without a vote

The NIAA realignment committee rejected Douglas High School's appeal to have its football program move from Class 5A to 3A Monday morning.

Centerville reopens Tuesday morning

Water is already crossing some roads

Seeking justice for Fallon

After a month in the custody of the Nevada Department of Corrections, Matthew Premo has been transferred to a conservation camp in Carlin, near Elko.

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

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

Sunday, January 8

Off-duty Douglas prosecutor arrested in DUI rollover

Collision occurred around 1:12 a.m. Sunday at Topsy and Highway 395

Pair of mountain lions spotted near Topaz Lake

Unlike bears, mountain lions don’t hibernate in the winter, and are actually more likely to be spotted during the cold months.

Minden man volunteers with Honor Flight

During the past year, Minden resident Jeff Evans has experienced a significant change in the way he remembers his father and uncle, both combat veterans who lost their lives in Vietnam more than 50 years ago.

Winter storm watch downgraded and delayed until Tuesday

A winter storm watch was canceled 5 a.m. Monday and replaced by a winter weather advisory beginning 4 a.m. Tuesday as a storm arrived with warmer conditions than originally forecast.

Saturday, January 7

County hires new community relations manager

Eric Cachinero is Douglas County’s new community relations manager

Big snow sets New Year’s weekend record

Forecasters confirm New Year's snow storm was a Tonopah Low

Fire claims Kings Lane home

Fire claimed a home in Gardnerville’s Kings Lane neighborhood after a gas line broke just after midnight Saturday.

Friday, January 6

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of the filing of Petition of the Water Master

Icy patch causes spin-outs on Highway 395 north of Minden

Cold snap turned puddles on the highway into traffic hazards.

January declared radon action month in Douglas

Of the 4,437 homes tested for radon in Douglas County, 1,804 were at higher than the action level, representing 40.7 percent of the homes in the county.

The Jan. 6, 2023, R-C Morning Report

Watch out for black ice on Highway 395 between Minden and Indian Hills

Thursday, January 5

Tiger boys send Miner hoops packing

Douglas High boys basketball had a forward nearly go for a triple-double against Bishop Manogue Thursday night.

Douglas schools resume mostly normal operations after three days

School district releases plan to pick up students

The Jan. 5, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Jan. 4, 2023, Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Wednesday, January 4

New winter weather advisory kicks in after midnight

Power company reports 23 outages affecting 77 customers at 6:20 p.m. Wednesday

2022: The Year in prep sports

A look at some of the best moments from the 2022 prep sports year

Fodder: CFP finalist TCU, Wolf Pack share some history

Nevada fans, your rooting interest Monday should be TCU, which used to share a conference with the Pack.

Update: Power outage down to one last South Douglas customer

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Tonopah low dropped as much snow in the East Valley as Kingsbury Grade

A spot near East Valley Road Gardnerville recorded almost as much snow as fell on Daggett Summit from a surprise New Year’s Eve snowstorm.

Courthouse piñon crushed under snow

The Nevada native that stood sentinel in front of the historic Douglas County Courthouse was laid low by the New Year’s Eve storm.

Judge reminds elected officials to serve

Around two dozen elected officials took the oath of office at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center on Tuesday afternoon.

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

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

Storm recovery continues to snarl services

Another snow day for Douglas students Wednesday

Tuesday, January 3

Lombardo says he is committed to 'the Nevada Way'

Gov. Joe Lombardo repeated his oath Tuesday in Carson City.

Douglas digging out after weekend snowstorm

As efforts continue to remove snow and restore power, Douglas County urges residents to prepare for the next round of winter storms.

Next storm lines up for Wednesday

The 4.64 inches of moisture received in Minden over the New Year's weekend set a new record for Jan. 1.

Dickson Realty acquires RCM, adds 37 agents

RCM Realty Group, founded in 2014, now part of Dickson group.

The Jan. 3, 2022, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, January 2

Kingsbury reopens after New Year's Eve storm

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Minden cowgirl shaman stars in docu-comedy series

Carson Valley’s cowgirl shaman Terri Jay is playing a role in an upcoming Peacock series.

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

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

Sunday, January 1

A Moving Experience

A Moving Experience

Christmas tree recycling open

Time to start recycling Christmas trees

Local amateur photographer recognized across the pond

Gardnerville resident Beth Enos' wintry photo of cottonwoods received an award.

Some citations go from criminal to civil in Douglas County

Douglas County deputies will no longer issue criminal citations for some traffic infractions starting today.

Forecast cold temperatures should keep flooding down

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