Stories for March 2023

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Friday, March 31

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Planning Commission Meeting - Public Hearing - April 11, 2023

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Notice of Private Sale

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Hearing - May 4, 2023

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Notice to Creditors

Things are getting hairy for Carson Valley Days

Thick beards, short or long beards, groomed, scruffy, white or red, all scruff is urged to strut the stage during Tay’s CV Days Beard Competition on June 10.

County OKs $61 million tentative budget

A $61.8 million general fund tentative budget was approved by Douglas County commissioners on Thursday after they wrapped up their third day of hearings.

Broadband listening tour in Gardnerville on Monday

A listening tour of Nevada to find out how residents feel about their broadband will make its first stop in Douglas County 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center.

The March 31, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, March 30

Town Hall fundraiser on Saturday

Saturday fundraiser to pay for Genoa Town Hall work

Bears already awake across Carson Valley

Those bears who bothered to hibernate are waking up now and they are hungry

Douglas man named New Wastewater Operator of the Year

Douglas County Utility Systems Technician Jeff Michalak has been recognized as the New Wastewater Operator of the Year by the State of Nevada Rural Water Association.

American Century Championship tickets go on sale Saturday; New celebrities announced

Tickets go on sale this weekend for the 34th annual American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament and three newcomers have been announced to go along with several veterans of the Lake Tahoe event.

The March 30, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, March 29

Amazing numbers accompany record snowpack

With irrigation season starting on Saturday, snow-water equivalent in Carson Watershed is almost twice median

Fish Springs resident touts dam proposal

A feasibility study is underway to determine a way to reduce flooding from Pine Nut Creek, which drains 55.5 square miles above the community of Fish Springs.

Autism Resource fair is April 15

An Autism & IDD Resource Fair is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 15, CVIC Hall, 1604 Esmeralda Ave., Minden.

The March 29, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, March 28

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Notice of Hearing

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NOTICE OF REPORT ON EXPANDED SOLAR ACCESS PROGRAM PLAN

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Advertisement for Bids - Uppaway Meters Installation Project

Pau-Wa-Lu crowns champs at Tah-Neva wrestling

Local golf leagues ready for season

Results from Pau-Wa-Lu's appearance at the middle school wrestling championships and information on local golf leagues getting started

Douglas boys track and field tops Carson league meet

Results from Douglas High track and field, baseball and diving from over the weekend.

Spring Show opens with ‘Zombie Survival Guide’

Zombies have taken over the Douglas High School Drama room and four survivors use their guide, “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse.”

Basketball machine will help Tiger basketball teams

Carson Valley Health donated an advanced basketball shooting and rebounding machine to the Douglas Tigers Basketball boys and girls teams.

Bill would make crisis stabilization centers eligible for licensure and Medicaid

Mallory Behavioral Health Crisis Center opened in Carson City in 2017

The March 28, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Deal struck for Hard Rock sale

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe may soon have new ownership and a new name.

Monday, March 27

Bill would close loophole for DUI offenders

The mother of a woman killed in a wrong-way head-on collision with a drunken driver is hoping to gain support for a bill that would close a loophole that allows those convicted from being placed in minimum security after they are sentenced.

Winter storm warning issued for Tuesday at Tahoe

New storm may bring a few inches of snow to Carson Valley

VHR ordinance up for review April 10

Vacation Home Rental changes move forward

The March 27, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Sunday, March 26

Douglas’ Smokey earns CCAA player of the week

Several area athletes now competing at the college ranks have stood out so far this spring.

Saturday, March 25

One man killed, couple arrested in connection with Stateline casino shooting

Authorities lift shelter in place for active shooter at Hard Rock Lake Tahoe

Dayton High baseball snags first win over Wooster

Area results from Dayton, Douglas and Sierra Lutheran baseball

Pony voted Carson Valley’s Cutest Creature

Nothing says Carson Valley like horses and cowboys, so when a pony and his boy were entered into The Record-Courier’s “Carson Valley’s Cutest Creature” contest, it’s no surprise they were voted winners.

God has a plan

Reflections on the Word

Friday, March 24

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Notice of Petition for Change of Name

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Notice of Lien Sale of Motor Vehicles

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Board of County Commissioners Meeting - Public Hearing April 10, 2023

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Notice to Creditors

Man in custody after pursuit ends in collision

Highway 395 northbound is down to one lane just before Airport Road

Forum celebrates spring’s return

More than a dozen amateur and master gardeners greeted the change of season with the annual Spring Forum & Expo Saturday at the Gardnerville Station.

County starts four-day budget process on Tuesday

A four-day budget session to work out the county’s tentative budget is scheduled to start 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.

Drought disaster loans available from Small Business Administration

Small nonfarm businesses in Douglas, Alpine and Mono counties are eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans, but not for the reason you might think.

The March 24, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, March 23

Chabad at Lake Tahoe observes Seder

The community is invited to “Relive the Passover Exodus” with Rabbi Mordey and Rebbitzen Shaina Richler in Chabad at Lake Tahoe’s community Seder to be held at 7:15 p.m. April 5.

Vail Resorts to address traffic, parking issues next season at Tahoe ski areas with new plan

Vail Resorts will tackle parking and traffic problems next season at Lake Tahoe ski areas and will use a combination of paid and free parking options with added incentives for carpooling and a focus on reservations, officials announced Wednesday.

County seeks new VHR committee member

One of the key contributors to the vacation home rental ordinance currently under review has resigned his seat on the advisory committee.

The March 23, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, March 22

Planning commission OKs Virginia Ranch changes

Changes to a 1,020-unit project was recommended for approval 5-2 by the Douglas County Planning Commission

Tickets on sale for final National Championship Air Races

The event, which is a contender for the 2023 USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Award, will feature seven classes of air racing plus military and civilian demonstrations.

East Fork Gallery welcomes spring

East Fork Gallery is celebrating Spring Spruce Up during the month of April and will feature a new resident artist and two visiting artists with demonstrations April 2.

Carson Valley turns green for St. Patrick’s

Douglas County must be a pot of gold for a leprechaun and Irish dancers to want to visit for St. Patrick’s Day.

Culinary students batter state competition

Mary Goldwater and Paizley Ramirez competed during the ProStart Invitational Competition at the University of Nevada Las Vegas on March 4.

The March 22, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, March 21

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Notice to Creditors

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Ordinance 2023-1613 INTRODUCED

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Petition for Change of Name

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BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF ANNUAL DEFERRED ENERGY ACCOUNTING ADJUSTMENT APPLICATION AND NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

Cauley set up for breakout Bellator bout

Douglas County native and Reno High alumnus, Sullivan Cauley, is making his debut appearance on the Bellator main card March 31 on Showtime.

Douglas softball sweeps Bishop Manogue

Roundup results also included from Douglas baseball, track and field as well as swim and dive from the weekend.

Drought officially over in Douglas … for now

Irrigation season starts April 1 and as of the first day of spring the amount of moisture available to Valley agriculture is no joke.

County approves emergency radio contract

Questions about the cost of an engineering contract to start work on Douglas County’s emergency radio system were answered by three commissioners who had personal recollections of the issues with the communications system.

Western Heritage Days releases line-up

Nevada’s oldest town celebrates its Western heritage with three days packed with music, history, art, food and fun on April 28-30.

Investigators seek to ID Walmart electronics burglar

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a burglary suspect.

The March 21, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, March 20

Double Spring family flooded out of home

Two days after an atmospheric river rolled through Douglas County, Morgan and Rachel Jackson had to evacuate their Double Spring Flat home just before the foundation collapsed.

Carson City gearing up for Mark Twain festival

The inaugural Mark Twain Days Festival will take place April 21-23 downtown with a variety of free and ticketed events.

The Spring Equinox 2023 R-C Morning Report

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

Harvey’s bombing documentary now streaming

A documentary on the 1980 Harvey's bombing is being streamed on the Hearst Corp. platform “Very Local.”

Sunday, March 19

Building back up

Tiger baseball brings younger look this season

Douglas High baseball has faced some challenges in the first few games of the season.

Saturday, March 18

First storm of spring aimed at Alpine, Mono counties

A winter storm watch has been issued from Monday through Wednesday morning for the length of the Sierra Nevada.

Retired NASA director speaker at Sport Aviation Foundation

NASA Flight Director and author Paul Dye will speak at the Sport Aviation Foundation’s annual meeting 6-9 p.m. April 15.

What is the Gospel?

Reflections on the Word

Chukar Club presents second Legacy Award

The 2nd Carson Valley Chukar Club Legacy Award was presented to Dave Sharp on March 4 during the 37th Annual Chukar Club Dinner before a capacity crowd.

Planning commissioners to hear VHR ordinance on Monday

The planning commission meets 10 a.m. Monday at the Douglas County Courthouse in Minden.

Airport neighbor sues over access

After more than a decade of being unable to access his property south of Minden-Tahoe Airport, Gardnerville resident Gary Dykes has sued the county.

Project remembers Candy Dance co-founder

Jane Ann Raycraft Campbell Tempy Robinson, Lois Stodieck Jones and Eileen Cohen were honored on March 11 by the Women in History Remembering Project sponsored by Douglas County Historical Society.

Friday, March 17

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SUMMONS - UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEVADA

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Notice to Creditors

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Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Request for proposals

Sportsman's Warehouse wreck driver connected to Gardnerville fatality

Ronald David Wilkerson received six months probation at his Jan. 24 sentencing hearing for felony disregarding safety resulting in death or bodily harm.

Gardnerville hospital changes name to Carson Valley Health

Carson Valley Medical Center is in the middle of a multi-million dollar expansion

Highway 208 through Wilson Canyon reopens

After being closed by a rockslide for more than two months, Highway 208 through Wilson Canyon reopened fully on Friday, state officials said.

The St. Patrick's Day 2023 R-C Morning Report

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

UPS and AVK America plan to expand in Douglas County

United Parcel Service plans to build a new 168,000 square foot building in Douglas County, according to the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

Microtransit bill irks county officials

Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority sought bill draft to fund Tahoe transportation requirement

Thursday, March 16

Declaration opens door for relief

Nevada Emergency Manager talks about the benefit of declaring an emergency

Television thief faces prison time

A man who broke in the new pair of shoes he stole by running from a deputy admits theft charge

The March 16, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, March 15

County lifts Dangberg Reservoir caution

After the amount of water running into the Dangberg Reservoir slowed down and efforts to empty the East Valley pond brought the water level down.

Sixth-grader raises more than funds

More fundraising and experiences are being cooked up in the Carson Valley Middle School Home Economic class after sixth-grader Brogan Lackey raised around $2,000 in October.

NIAA approves football changes – Carson, Douglas to 5A-III

Large-school classification set after multiple meetings; Fallon, Fernley remain in 3A.

County, schools open today

There are some spots across Douglas County that continue to generate concerns, but for the most part a big storm predicted to hit Western Nevada didn’t produce the anticipated issues.

Douglas baseball shuts out Damonte Ranch

Results from Douglas High baseball, softball and swimming from the past weekend.

The March 15, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, March 14

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF JOINT APPLICATION AND PREHEARING CONFERENCE

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BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF JOINT APPLICATION AND PREHEARING CONFERENCE

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BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF REPORT ON ACTION PLAN

McBroom, Kavanagh win Nevada Folkstyle state titles

Leah McBroom and Ella Kavanagh each left Las Vegas with a state title after competing in the USA Nevada Folkstyle State Championships over the weekend.

Dirtbags win 11U tournament in Sparks

The 11U Carson Valley Dirtbags travel baseball team bested five Northern Nevada teams to win the March Madness Blowout Tournament at the Golden Eagle Sports Complex in Sparks over the weekend.

Santoro: Pack plays possum, but still reaches tournament

Don’t question it, Pack fans — just be glad you don’t have to pay attention to the NIT.

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Notice to Creditors

Douglas offices, schools closed on Tuesday

Douglas courts will remain open

Avalanches close 395 through Mono County

Alpine County opens warming shelter

The March 14, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tahoe sewer pump station flooded

People are being asked to stay away from an area near Nevada Beach after a Douglas County Lake Tahoe Sewer Authority pump station flooded and threatened to flow into Lake Tahoe.

Update: Roundhill Safeway reopens on Tuesday

Both Raley's stores in South Lake Tahoe have closed

Study finds high stress levels in agriculture producers, identifies paths to coping

University of Nevada, Reno leads study as part of Western Regional Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Project

Monday, March 13

Nevada faces ASU in return to NCAA tourney

The Wolf Pack plays Wednesday against Arizona State, which features two former Wolf Pack stars.

Possible Dangberg Reservoir overflow prompts evacuation alert

Residents downstream from the southernmost Dangberg reservoir have been told they may want to evacuate due to a possible overflow.

85-year-old Gardnerville woman identified as deceased in collision

Single-vehicle collision occurred March 6 in south Gardnerville

New flood watch issued as advisory expires

Chance of light rain this morning may clear this afternoon

The March 13, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Favorable reception to emergency radio upgrades

Douglas County's emergency radio networks require $10-$12.5 million in upgrades

Sunday, March 12

Emergency services respond to storm-related issues across county

Members of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse responded 8 a.m. Saturday to rescue several farm animals from a property west of Highway 395 near the old ski pond.

1973 ‘Newlywed Game’ winners celebrate 50th anniversary

Wayne and Deborrah Walters celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday.

Open burning season begins

For more information about open burning, visit www.eastforkfire.org or call 775-782-9040.

Tiger softball aims to repeat as regional champs

Douglas High softball look sot repeat as Class 5A North regional champs this spring.

Saturday, March 11

County asks residents to prepare for next blast of moisture

Another atmospheric river is expected to arrive on Monday night

Highway 395 open to Holbrook

Highway 395 has been closed south of Bridgeport for around two weeks, with closures extending north to Walker Canyon at times.

Work begins to find new airport manager

The deadline for submission of requests for proposals to manage Minden-Tahoe Airport are due April 11

1,020-unit project goes to planning commission on Tuesday

Changes to the Virginia Ranch specific plan were approved by the Gardnerville Town Board on March 7.

Parents group bridges gap with schools

One way a parent might be involved in their child’s education is by being their biggest cheerleader and their loudest advocator, but sometimes the parents might feel distant from those making policy

Southern-fried comedy returns at CVIC Hall

The quirky Texas Verdeen cousins are at it again at the CVIC Hall March 17 in the “Last Round-up of the Guacamole Queens.”

Snowbound man survives six days in vehicle

Gardnerville resident Jerry Jouret ate croissants and drank snowmelt for six days

Snow returns after a soggy Friday

Snow, rain in forecast for Saturday

Friday, March 10

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Amended Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Special Meeting - March 16, 2023

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Notice of Public Hearing - March 16, 2023

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VHR Advisory Board - Public Hearing March 22, 2023

Douglas declares flooding emergency

Residents may call 775-783-6038 to report any nonemergency-related flood concerns.

Dalpe named president at WNC

Dr. J. Kyle Dalpe was approved as president of Western Nevada College

Rain could dissipate in Western Nevada this evening

The forecast will likely determine whether Highway 395 through the Pine Nut Mountains reopens today.

David Jacobs-Strain and Bob Beach concert canceled

Inclement weather prompts act to cancel tonight's concert in Minden

County road crews working flood issues

Pine Nut Creek appears to be eating away the bank under Fish Springs Road

Mud, water close Highway 395 through Pine Nuts

No official indication that Highway 395 is actually open

Lake Tahoe pummeled by storm

Storm closes Heavenly and Kirkwood ski resorts

Flooding, high winds prompt county closure

Storm closes county offices, roads, schools as waters rise and wind blows

The March 10, 2023, R-C Flooding Report

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

Thursday, March 9

Care Flight helicopters back in the air

An honor procession and memorial service was held Wednesday to recognize the medical transport plane crew members who lost their lives in the line of duty in the crash.

The March 9, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, March 8

Rain on snow could bring flooding to Douglas

On Tuesday, Douglas County urged residents to prepare for possible flooding starting late this week, including road closures.

Public memorial set in Reno for five killed in medical flight

A public memorial service is 2 p.m. today at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center for those lost on board a medical transport plane that crashed the night of Feb. 24.

Tigers advance to career nationals

The Career Development Conference is a competition affiliated with the Jobs for American Graduates program designed to bring youth together statewide to compete, network and learn to enhance their futures.

Tiger Battalion gathers 1,200 pounds of food

Douglas High School’s Army JROTC class conducted a food drive in front of the Smith’s on Saturday just before the weather hit on Saturday.

The March 8, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Morris named chief juvenile probation officer

Tamara “Tammy” Morris takes over for Chief Mike Torres who retired after 30 years

Tuesday, March 7

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Notice to Creditors

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Emergency Food & Shelter Program Funds Available

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Notice of Name Change

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Notice to Creditors

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Corrected Notice of Application for Approval of Margin Rates

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Notice of Application to Revise Tariff

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Notice of Joint Petition

Despite ACL tear, Camden Miller capitalizes on senior year

Douglas High senior Camden Miller hasn't had her senior year go according to her plans, but she's made the most of her time on the bench while recovering from a knee injury.

Mountain West preview: Pack No. 4, with SDSU looming

Your complete guide to the MW Tournament this week in Las Vegas.

New deputy a lifelong Douglas resident

ASPIRE graduate Daniel Livingston was sworn in as a Douglas County deputy on Feb. 27 by Douglas County Sheriff Dan Coverley.

Fatal vehicle rollover closes northbound 395 for three hours

One person is confirmed dead and another transported to Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center after a Monday afternoon single vehicle rollover closed the northbound lanes of Highway 395.

The March 7, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Inflation, weather may have caused taxable sales hit

Douglas County merchants closed out the holiday shopping season a little behind, likely due to the effects of inflation and maybe the weather.

Island theme announced for Carson Valley Days Parade

Annual Carson Valley Days Parade is June 10

Monday, March 6

Heavenly reopens after Sunday blizzard

A warmer storm is expected to arrive in the central Sierra on Friday morning with lower snow levels that are expected to rise through the day.

Remembering four women in Carson Valley history

The Women’s History Remembering Project is 1 p.m. March 11 at the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center in downtown Gardnerville.

The March 6, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Sunday, March 5

Physiatrist joins Carson Valley Medical Center

Physiatrist Dr. Robin Tomita is bringing his more than 20 years expertise in non-operative management of spine pain, with nerve disorders management to Carson Valley Medical Center’s Ironwood Specialty Care location.

Governor’s Chief of Staff to speak at business luncheon

The Business Council of Douglas County and the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce at the Carson Valley Inn meet March 15

Vacation Home Rental ordinance takes next step

After unanimously approving revisions to the vacation home rental code, Douglas County planning commissioners are scheduled to take their turn March 14.

Saturday, March 4

Authorities identify snowboarder found dead at Heavenly

New York resident 46-year-old snowboarder Wesley Whalen was identified as the deceased by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday.

Friday, March 3

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Request for Qualifications, Legal Counsel

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Notice of Hearing

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Public Notice - Tahoe Transportation District

Vigil honors crash victim Care Flight nurse Pricola

First responders, law enforcement officials and health care officials gathered to pay tribute to former caregiver and REMSA Care Flight nurse Ed Pricola and to support his family in a private vigil Friday.

Kirkwood warns skiers of impending storm

A winter weather advisory is in effect 1 p.m. Saturday to 10 a.m. Sunday with 2-6 inches in Carson Valley and 6-10 inches above 5,000 feet.

Public invited to watch tribute to fallen nurse

Carson Tahoe Health is inviting the public to watch a live stream of a private vigil at 5 p.m. Friday for Ed Pricola, the flight nurse who died in the line of duty on a Care Flight plane that crashed on Feb. 24 in Lyon County.

Chevallier Named TRPA Deputy Director

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has selected Genoa resident Kimberly Chevallier as the agency’s Deputy Director & Chief Partnerships Officer, filling a position left open when the Governing Board chose Julie Regan to lead the agency after a national search.

County seeks proposals to manage Minden-Tahoe Airport

Douglas County is currently seeking a Request for Proposal for airport operations and management services for the Minden-Tahoe Airport.

The March 3, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, March 2

Busy winter for Douglas Search and Rescue

In the middle of Tuesday night’s blizzard, members of Douglas County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue responded to two separate calls.

Sign up by Sunday for St. Patrick’s Day dinner

The deadline to sign up is Sunday for the Sierra Nevada Republican Women’s 26th annual St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner

The March 2, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, March 1

Winter weather delaying newspaper delivery

The winter storm that has hit this week has resulted in road closures to all major routes across the Sierra.

Santoro: Loss at Wyoming not good, but doesn’t kill the season

Wolf Pack still has opportunities to impress, beginning Saturday against rival UNLV.

Update: 8 inches of snow falls in Foothills

Next storm could bring windy conditions to Valley by Saturday

Former Pack coach Chris Ault appointed to CFP committee

Former Pack AD and coach joins 13-person group responsible for determining college football's national champion.

New 911 manager on the line

On Tuesday, a new manager for 911 Emergency Services was scheduled to start work and recruitment closed for two new dispatchers.

College conducts survey of Lake Tahoe residents

Western Nevada College is seeking to learn what classes Lake Tahoe residents are interested in through a short survey.

The March 1, 2023, R-C Morning Report

Mostly weather news again today.

Tribe, parks foundation sign agreement

Sierra State Parks Foundation announced a new agreement between the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California and the Sierra District of California State Parks.