Stories for May 2023

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Wednesday, May 31

Second felony DUI nets max sentence

An intoxicated driver involved in a Dec. 10, 2022, head-on collision that occurred on Kimmerling Road was sentenced to 6-15 years in prison on May 22.

County may name county manager on Thursday

In his final week as Douglas County manager, Patrick Cates will receive a proclamation on Thursday and perhaps find out who will take the reins after he’s gone.

Douglas, Carson baseball land a handful on all-region teams

Class 5A all-region baseball selections for both Carson and Douglas High Schools.

Residents press for road repairs

Nearly half the public damage from last winter’s storms may have been in southern Douglas County.

Chance of thunderstorms continues today

A thunderstorm dropped .72 inches of rain and lightning at Lake Tahoe on Tuesday

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Request for Qualification

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Petition for change of name

The May 31, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, May 30

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Notice of Public Hearing

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Motorcyclist dies Memorial Day in Mono County

A California motorcyclist was killed after going over the edge of Highway 395 near Conway Summit in Mono County on Memorial Day.

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Notice of Lien Sale

Santoro: Caleb Martin’s playoff run could be Pack’s best ever

Martin is playing the way he did for Nevada in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.

Updated: Douglas arrests two in Gardnerville carjacking

This story has been updated to include the identities of the two men arrested and confirming a link to a homicide in Dresslerville.

Expect big mosquito crop this year

For more information about mosquitoes in Douglas County, visit dcmosquito.org

The May 30, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tahoe Blue Center nearing completion, expected opening date

The Tahoe Blue Center in Stateline will open in time for its first publicly announced event, Lake Tahoe Comic Con scheduled for Sept. 23-24.

Monday, May 29

Saddle-started wild horse adoption event Saturday

Up to 21 saddle-started wild horses, trained by the NNCC inmates, will be offered for adoption.

Douglas High students plant for June Ag Sale

After at least a three-year hiatus, the Douglas High School’s Ag sale returns to the greenhouse June 3, 4 and 10.

The Memorial Day, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Sunday, May 28

Father’s Day Powwow returns to Stewart Indian School June 16-18

Stewart School Alumni are invited to a barbecue dinner June 17 at 4 p.m. at the Nevada Indian Commission Building.

3-day Backcountry music festival set in Gardnerville

More than 25 bands with Americana and country roots will perform with the Eastern Sierra backdrop and plenty of barbecue.

Saturday, May 27

Outdoor concert season swinging

While marked by the possibility of showers, the outdoor concert season is in full swing.

University Women award scholarships

University Women of Carson Valley annual scholarship awards were presented to three graduating Douglas High School students.

A Girl and A Gun cleans up range

Several members of the Douglas County Chapter of A Girl and A Gun spent the morning of May 10 cleaning up the Douglas County Shooting Range.

Woman denies 16 more charges in fentanyl bust that sent deputies to hospital

Jessica Thomas, 32, denied charges of high level possession, sale and trafficking of the controlled substance in Douglas County District Court.

Update: Golden Knights pro hockey team owner buys Bently Distillery

This story includes updates including the recorded sale price of the distillery and the former Minden flour mill's history

Friday, May 26

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Meeting to Augment Budget

Searchers find missing Sheridan man

An 83-year-old Sheridan man was found with a head injury on Friday morning.

Sierra holiday travel picks up this weekend

With the unofficial start of summer, travelers this weekend are going to run a gauntlet of delays as workers clear snow from the passes and fix issues related to spring runoff.

Tahoe Blue Center nearing completion, expected opening date

The Tahoe Blue Center in Stateline will open in time for its first publicly announced event, Lake Tahoe Comic Con scheduled for Sept. 23-24.

Carson Valley residents observe Memorial Day

Volunteers placed flags at the graves of veterans in Eastside Memorial Park on Friday morning.

The May 26, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, May 25

Thunderstorms prompt flood watch

A flood watch takes effect 1-10 p.m. today due to the possibility of flash flooding from thunderstorms.

Bear cubs emerging hungry from winter nap

As temperatures start to warm and snow begins to melt, a new crop of bear cubs are emerging from winter dens with their mothers. Yearlings, which were born last year, are also on the move.

Man gets 12.5 years for 2021 robbery

Benjamin Julia Ayuso Calderon, 47, was sentenced to an aggregate of 60-150 months in prison Tuesday for an armed robbery of the Carson Valley Plaza electronics store.

The May 25, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, May 24

Tigers’ swim and dive teams finish season at state

Douglas High swim and dive had some noteworthy results from their trip to the state tournament this past weekend.

Douglas track, boys golf wrap up at state

Douglas High track and field and boys golf wrapped up their respective seasons at the state tournament this past weekend.

Falcon track flies to 1A state title

Sierra Lutheran High School track and field has a track and field team win a state title this past weekend and another take second place by an ever-so-slim margin.

Title ties

Figures from Douglas’ past play roles in 2023 state championship

Douglas High's pitchers have been working with figures from previous Tiger teams en route to a 2023 state title.

Balloon festival lightens load for Hope and Healing

Hot Air for Hope Festival was the brainchild of Center of Hope and Healing Executive Director Amanda Johnson.

East Fork fire trustees approve wildland urban interface rules

New regulations approved by East Fork Fire Protection District trustees take effect on July 1.

The May 24, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Judge denies preliminary injunction in vacation rental lawsuit

Second reading of the vacation home rental ordinance is scheduled for June 1

Hospital renews scoreboard sponsorship

Carson Valley Health has sponsored the Douglas County Community and Senior Center gym scoreboards, continuing their commitment since 2016.

Tuesday, May 23

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Public Notice - Liquor and Gaming Board

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Notice of Ordinance 2023-1616 ADOPTED

Santoro: Former Pack star Caleb Martin shines in NBA playoffs

Sports Fodder: Martin putting together the greatest single-season playoff performance by any Pack player.

Highway 88 down to one lane above Woodfords for wash-out

Expect traffic delays going over Highway 88 after a portion of the highway at the top of Woodfords Canyon was washed out.

Message to WNC grads: ‘The tassel is worth the hassle’

Western Nevada College graduates returned to familiar formalities Monday at Marv Teixeira Pavilion in Mills Park, marching up the stage for their diploma.

CattleWomen award scholarships

The Western Nevada Cattlewomen are proud to announce Grace Tekanskik and Aspen Wright have been awarded the Western Nevada Cattlewomen High School Recipients for 2022.

The May 23, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, May 22

Douglas High softball wins Class 5A state title

Douglas High School softball is your Class 5A state champions after downing Centennial Saturday.

Emergency personnel demolish logjam on East Fork

A logjam at the Virginia-Rocky Slough diversion dam was blasted clear on Friday evening.

The May 22, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Sunday, May 21

After two precipitation blackjacks in six years, Mother Nature is changing dealers

It's difficult to tell what the change from La Niña to El Niño will mean for Carson Valley

Roadside work begins on Highway 395 near Holbrook on Monday

Lane closures and travel delays will be in place on Highway 395 south of Gardnerville through June as the Nevada Department of Transportation repairs roadside erosion.

Concrete pouring will limit Carson Valley Health parking on Tuesday

As Carson Valley Health ramps up construction of its 54,000-square-foot expansion, patients and visitors may encounter increased traffic as well as limited parking on Tuesday.

Classy Classics help Tahoe Symphony Orchestra kick off its 18th summer

The Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will present an evening of Classy Classics 7 p.m. June 8 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1480 Douglas Ave., in Gardnerville.

Saturday, May 20

Four teachers recognized for achievements

Four teachers were recognized for their work at Tuesday’s Douglas County School Board meeting.

New Gardnerville principal has big plans

Gardnerville Elementary School’s new principal plans to make school so epic that students want to attend on weekends, too.

First responders prepare for weekend flooding

Concerns about flooding along the East Fork of the Carson River led to the demolition of a logjam dam Friday.

Transgender debate packs school board meeting

A more than capacity crowd turned out at Tuesday’s Douglas County School Board meeting, as parents, students, teachers, counselors, and LGBTQ advocates filled the room and waited outside to speak on a transgender policy proposed by the Douglas County School Board.

Friday, May 19

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Notice of Public Hearing on Tentative Budget

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Petition for Change of Name

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

Douglas softball into state title game

Tigers down Reed in semis thanks to big fifth inning

For the second year in a row, Douglas High softball will be playing for a state championship.

Record Sierra snowmelt swelling Carson, Walker rivers

Douglas, Lyon counties prepare for river flooding

WNC Carson City graduation set for Monday

Western Nevada College will return to its traditional graduation format at Mills Park’s Marv Teixeira Pavilion.

Update: County approves $171,000 to fix Tahoe fire boat

A $171,000 request to refurbish the former Marine 24 and get it back on Lake Tahoe was approved by Douglas County commissioners on Thursday.

The May 19, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, May 18

Douglas softball cruises through first round of state

Tigers untested in state tourney opener

Douglas High softball didn't have many issues in the opening round of the Class 5A state softball tournament.

Warmer temperatures predicted to bring high water

Douglas County urges residents to prepare for flooding along streams and rivers.

Celebration of 2020 salutatorian’s life is Sunday

A celebration of the life of Douglas High School 2020 salutatorian Quincy “Sky” Russell is Sunday in Sparks.

The May 18, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, May 17

Tiger graduates UNR with dual degrees

After spending the last five years focused on his education, 2020 Jump Start Valedictorian Mike Rubio is collecting two bachelor’s degrees at this week’s University of Nevada, Reno, graduation ceremonies.

Douglas High hosts art show on Thursday

Douglas High School will host its annual student art show in the school library 6-8 p.m. Thursday. Admission is free, and the show will remain up through Monday.

NV Energy seeks summer rate reduction

NV Energy said the price it pays for natural gas consistently increased in 2022 by more than 70 percent and peaked in January of 2023, increasing nearly 500 percent since 2021.

The May 17, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, May 16

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Public Notice - Liquor and Gaming Board

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Before the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada - Notice of Application to Revise Tariff

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Notice of Request for Qualifications

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Budget Hearing - Topaz Ranch Estates G.I.D.

Douglas girls take second as team at Class 5A regional meet

Tiger boys finish seventh

Douglas High girls track and field nearly won a team title this past weekend while the boys will be sending several qualifiers to the state meet as well.

Douglas swim and dive send several to state

Both Tiger teams finish third overall

Douglas High swim and dive finished third as a team for both the boys and girls at the Class 5A North regional meet over the weekend.

Farmers Markets begin this week for the season

The Minden Farmers Market is scheduled to open today for its 21st summer on Esmeralda Avenue.

Shoe Tree Brewing wins bronze at World Beer Cup

Shoe Tree Brewing won a bronze award in the 2023 World Beer Cup

The May 16, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, May 15

Mono double murder suspect faces federal charges

A man accused in a Nov. 7, 2020, double murder near Bridgeport is facing federal charges.

Mother's Day rain totals vary wildly

Update includes forecast for this week

The May 15, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Sunday, May 14

Back-to-back Class 5A North regional champs open state tourney Thursday

Douglas softball doubles up

The Douglas High School softball team is Class 5A North regional champs for the second year in a row.

Happy Mother's Day

But what happens when Mother’s Day is over?

Saturday, May 13

More than 250 cars attend Big Mama's

More than 250 vehicles turned out for the 21st Big Mama’s Car Show in Gardnerville’s Lampe Park.

Paleontologist to discuss Washoe hunting camp

A paleontologist who excavated what he believes is a Washoe hunting camp in the flood plain of the Carson River is scheduled to speak 6:30 p.m. today at the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center in Gardnerville.

Mother and daughter raise $43,000 in honor of Kirkwood co-founder

Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Reno-Sparks is Oct. 14 at the Sparks Marina. You can make a donation to Sheila and Jeanne’s team, Reuter’s Rooters, start your own team or join the Reno-Sparks Walk Committee at alz.org/northernnevadawalk.

School board takes up transgender issues on Tuesday

School Board meets 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Airport Training Center on Airport Road

Hot Air for Hope coming to Gardnerville

Festival benefits the Center for Hope & Healing who are celebrating 10 years of providing grief support and healing in Douglas County and Rural Nevada.

Friday, May 12

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Public Hearing - Zephyr Heights General Improvement District

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Public Notice of Meeting - May 18, 2023

Historic performances

Douglas High softball into regional final once again, qualifies for state

Douglas High softball tied an NIAA all-time record in qualifying for the state tournament Friday.

Walters wins second consecutive regional golf title

Douglas High boys golf qualifies for state

Douglas High School boys golf is headed to the Class 5A state tournament and had a regional champion in its midst.

Missing dirt biker found safe in Pine Nuts

Man was found north of Fish Springs

$10,000 Vail Resorts grant funds center scholarships

An in-kind $10,000 Vail Resorts EpicPromise Community Grant enabled the Douglas County Community Services Foundation and Incredible Kids Scholarship Program to raise $25,000 for the Foundation and the Incredible Kids Scholarship Program.

Douglas advances past Carson in regional opener

Senators’ season ends after walk-off loss against Mustangs

Csrson High and Douglas softball squared off in the opening round of the Class 5A North regional softball tournament Thursday.

The May 12, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, May 11

Potential for plenty of qualifiers at regional track meet this weekend

A look around Class 5A, 3A and 1A at who could potentially qualify for the state track meet at this weekend's regional meet at Reed High School.

Douglas softball ends regular season unbeaten in league play

Douglas High softball wraps up the Class 5A North league season unbeaten and ready for the regional tournament

Douglas lands bill re-introduced in Congress

A lands bill that has been in the works for 14 years and before Congress for nearly a decade was reintroduced in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.

State livestock competition begins

The 85th annual Nevada Junior Livestock Show started Thursday at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center.

The May 11, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Mother’s Day last day for backyard burning

If mom needs some backyard burning done, Mother’s Day will be the last day it’s allowed in the East Fork Fire Protection District.

Wednesday, May 10

Carson Valley Wildcat wrestling club returns to the valley

After spending some time considering if he was ready to start a business, Douglas High wrestling coach Jake Fair has revamped the Carson Valley Wildcat wrestling club.

CHS baseball ends season in regional play-in game

Plus, results from Sierra Lutheran, Dayton and Douglas High School athletics

Stratton Center fire closes four businesses

East Fork firefighters and Douglas County deputies responded to the fire at 1540 Main St.

Holy Smokers open classic car season

The 21st Big Mama’s Car Show is Saturday

School site back in district’s court

A 10.5-acre school site reserved in the Virginia Ranch development agreement will go back to school officials to negotiate a proposal for eight homes for teachers.

The May 10, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, May 9

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Ordinance 2023-1617 - INTRODUCED

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Contractors - Bids Wanted for Highway Improvement

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Public Notice - Liquor and Gaming Board

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Public Notice - Liquor and Gaming Board

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Southwest Gas Public Notice

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Notice of Delinquent Taxes on Real Property in Douglas County - Page1 of 3

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Notice of Delinquent Taxes on Real Property in Douglas County - Page 2 of 3

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Notice of Delinquent Taxes on Real Property in Douglas County - Page 3 of 3

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Ordinance 2023-1615 - ADOPTED

Santoro: Pack’s Wilson hoping to dodge the ghost of Gordon McEachron

McEachron had almost no resources, scholarships, or hope during his late-50s tenure — and won just six of his 30 games.

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Notice of Public Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

Kite flying and rummage sale kick off summer at Dangberg

Music, Chautauqua, historians, and more return to Dangberg Historic Park beginning in May, with more than 30 events announced for the Dangberg Summer Festival schedule.

Jazz and Art Festival returns to Gardnerville on May 21

The Jazz and Art Festival returns to Heritage Park 1-6 p.m. May 21 for the second year in a row.

Douglas High artist wins Arts Initiative scholarship

Paloma Moon won for her “Scarlett” pen and ink drawing.

The May 9, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, May 8

Tolbert chooses Ohlone College

Douglas High School senior Jack Tolbert has chosen his college destination where he will continue playing basketball.

Wildfire burns near site of 1996 Autumn Hills Fire

May is Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month

Change in NHP coverage puts pressure on budget process

According to a statement issued by Nevada Police Union President Dan Gordon, the department will no longer be assigned coverage 2-5 a.m. in the Washoe County, Reno and Sparks areas due to critical staffing levels.

‘Home Means Nevada’ theme for 2023 Nevada Days Parade

In the last 70 years of celebrating the Silver State, apparently there hasn’t been a Nevada Day Parade with a theme “Home Means Nevada,” named for the state song written by Bertha Raffetto in 1932.

Gardnerville greenhouse preserves endangered plant

An endangered plant native to the Silver Peak Range is growing roots in a Gardnerville greenhouse known as Tiehm’s Buckwheat Conservation Center.

The May 8, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Sunday, May 7

Ducks Unlimited raises ‘A Game’ awareness with golf tourney

The Ducks Unlimited Golf Tournament on May 13 is more than backhanders and flyers at the Carson Valley Golf Course. It’s an event to raise awareness and funds for one of the biggest conservation organizations in North America.

Tiger softball celebrates seniors with 15th win in a row

Plus results from Carson High softball, Douglas baseball and more local sports

Saturday, May 6

Foundation generating money for emergency shelters

A fundraising effort is underway to equip the community centers at Kahle Community Center in Lake Tahoe and Topaz Ranch Estates with emergency generators.

Resilient snowpack delays big meltoff

A wet first week of May sent the snow-water equivalent at Ebbetts Pass to a new record for May 6 with 77.6 inches locked in the snowpack.

Man 'earns' prison with casino purse theft

A new California law that takes effect July 1 is already affecting the ability of Nevada to get criminal records and might have had the opposite of the desired effect in one case.

Charges upheld in fentanyl exposure case

California resident Jessica Thomas is facing an Aug. 8-18 trial in Douglas County District Court as a result of an Oct. 20, 2022, arrest that resulted in five deputies going to the hospital for fentanyl exposure.

Main Street paving project goes to bid

A project to repave Highway 395 between First Street and Waterloo Lane in Gardnerville has gone out to bid.

Friday, May 5

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Notice of Hearing

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Resolution No. 2023R-001

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Notice of Public Hearing on Annual Budget

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Public Notice - Tentative Budget Hearing - May 18, 2023

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Notice of Petition for Name Change

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Notice of Tentative Budget Hearing

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Application for Water No. 92571

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Notice of Public Hearing - May 17, 2023

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2023/2024 Tentative Budget Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Public Hearing - Round Hill GID - May 16, 2023

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Notice of Public Hearing

County approves contracts with deputies, sergeants

County Commissioners approved a two-year labor agreement between Douglas County, the Douglas County Sheriff's Protective Association, and the Sergeant’s Bargaining Unit during its public meeting on Thursday.

Tribe starts on 20 new homes in Stewart Community

The $14 million project includes 20 new homes and a new tribal building on about 12 acres near the corner of Snyder Avenue and Ponderosa Drive.

The Cinco de Mayo 2023 R-C Morning Report

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

Thursday, May 4

County manager search will stay in-house for now

The search for a new county manager will stay close to home, a majority of Douglas County commissioners decided on Thursday.

Moody breaks school record as Tiger track dominates home meet

Results from Douglas High athletics from this past weekend

County takes over management of Minden-Tahoe Airport

Airport manager ABS Aviation President Michael A. Hodges said in a statement issued on Wednesday afternoon the company turned over the keys to the county 5 p.m. Tuesday at the request of County Manager Patrick Cates.

Man hit with second $20,000 VHR fine

Douglas County commissioners are scheduled to introduce revisions to the vacation home rental ordinance today.

The May the Fourth Be With You, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Wednesday, May 3

Towns celebrate Arbor Day

Gardnerville planted two of the trees that have several-century long lifespans in honor of Arbor Day

Update: The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony is 1 p.m. today at the Capital

The 23rd annual Nevada Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Run arrived in Douglas County at 7:10 a.m.

Douglas graduate named Nevada Army Guard Soldier of the Year

Spc. Jake Evans won the Nevada Guard’s Best Warrior contest held at the Hawthorne Army Depot in April

Virginia Ranch school site up for debate Thursday

Douglas County commissioners meet 10 a.m. Thursday at the Douglas County Courthouse, 1616 Eighth St. in Minden.

Mr. DHS takes flight

The 2023 “Top Gun” title of Mr. DHS went to Jackson Davis.

The May 3, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Tuesday, May 2

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Public Notice - The Tentative Budget Hearing for the 2023-2024 Fiscal Year

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Notice of Public Hearing

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DART Transportation Public Notice

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Notice of Request for Qualifications - Pine View Estates Sewer Extension

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Proposed Budgets and Tax Rates for Fiscal Year 2023-2024

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Notification of Disposition of Collateral

Santoro: Ex-Pack players a big part of portal’s musical chairs

College basketball is like the navy — just jump in the portal and see the world.

Senator girls track and field third at Big George

Plus, results from Dayton and Sierra Lutheran athletics

Roundup from the past weekend of high school sports from Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran high schools.

Nichols takes over Senator girls hoops

Carson High varsity girls basketball has a new head coach, which was announced Friday.

Projects seek town endorsements in Gardnerville and Minden

Minden to discuss 116-unit multi-family project along Monte Vista Avenue on Wednesday

Chamber hosts job fair and volunteer expo

A week after taking over the Douglas County Community Center gym for Business Showcase, the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce was back below the basketball hoops Thursday for a job fair and volunteer expo.

Genoa Western Heritage Days a hoot and a half

Genoa was packed for the annual Genoa Western Heritage Days and both sides of Main Street were lined with onlookers for the horse parade.

The May 2, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Holy Smokers light off car show season on Saturday

Show across from Trinity Lutheran Church is 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday

Monday, May 1

The May 1, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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