Stories for September 2023


Saturday, September 30

Program rewards commendable conduct

Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School has been awarded a grant aimed at implementing a digital “Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports” rewards program.

Douglas alum appointed district HR director

Adam Dedmon was recently appointed to the new role which was announced during the Sept. 12 school board meeting.

Friday, September 29

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Public Meeting - October 5, 2023

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Notice of Hearing

Douglas High football pushing record pace with 6-1 record

Tigers blank Hawks in Minden

Douglas High School football is on the verge of breaking multiple school records with the way the Tigers are playing right now.

Investigators seek man who was approaching children in Target

Douglas County detectives would like a word with a man who was reportedly striking up inappropriate conversations with children at the Jacks Valley Target.

Douglas County names four Spotlight Award winners

Barton Health, Mark Smith Tire Center - Les Schwab, Legacy Land & Water and Core Construction were named at the Critical Issues Conference in Stateline on Thursday

Clear Creek Tahoe opens gates for showcase

Clear Creek Tahoe has sold 306 homes out of its 384 potential homesites, and lot sizes range from a half-acre to 3.19 acres.

Smoke socks in southern Douglas County

Smoke from the Quarry fire burning near Strawberry took a hard right across southern Douglas and northern Mono counties this morning.

Rocky start for 2023-24 gaming year

The grand opening of the Tahoe Blue Event Center in September couldn’t have come soon enough for the Stateline casinos.

Strategic Plan survey extended to Monday

Around 800 people have responded to a survey on the Douglas County Strategic Plan and the deadline to respond has been extended to Monday.

State installs Warrior Way light on Highway 50

Saturday is the last day to submit feedback to the state on the proposal at

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

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

Thursday, September 28

Water year coming to a wet end

The record 2022-23 water year will go out on a wet note this weekend, with a quarter inch of rain forecast for Carson Valley on Saturday.

2021 Pine Nut pot grow still under investigation

Two years after a major marijuana grow raid in the Pine Nuts behind Bodie Flat, the case is still active, according to a spokeswoman for the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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

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

Wednesday, September 27

Frolander, Smith make state in BMX

Kaleb Frolander and Kasyn Smith qualified for state BMX racing two weeks ago.

Douglas High to host Hug in Minden on Friday

Douglas High School football will welcome Hug to Minden Friday night.

Candy Dance and the three bears

A mama and two cubs, who found themselves surrounded by humans attending the annual Genoa Candy Dance, were reunited on Saturday.

Attempted carjacker gets maximum sentence

Derek M. Melendez, 30, received the maximum 36-year sentence Monday for armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.

R-C wins 16 Nevada Press Association awards

Coverage of the tragic traffic death of Fallon Montaucci resulted in Nevada Press Association awards for best spot news and best portrait.

Art show features Western stories

The Sierra Nevada Invitational Art Show and Sale is Saturday and Sunday at the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center

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

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

Centerville mayor takes office

94-year-old Lois Thran was elected the new mayor of Centerville on Sept. 10 during Centerville Forever Day.

Sept. 27, 2023 Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Tuesday, September 26

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Planning Commission Meeting - Public Hearing - October 10, 2023

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Notice to Creditors

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Bids Wanted for Highway Improvement - Notice to Contractors

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Notice to Creditors

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Advertisement for Bids

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Notice of Petition for Change of Name

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

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Ordinance 2023-1623 INTRODUCED

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Santoro: Who should be the QB at Ken Wilson Football Camp?

Lewis has no TD passes; Bianco can’t get on field; Illingworth has disappeared —who gets the ball?

County seeks flightpath to work with potential manager

One thing both a potential candidate to manage Minden-Tahoe Airport and members of the Airport Advisory Council definitely agree on are that interim operators Heather and Jeff MacDonnell are doing a good job.

Aviation Foundation hosts Cloud Appreciation Society founder

The Sports Aviation Foundation is hosting an evening with Gavin Pretor-Pinney, founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society 6-8 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center.

Douglas Hall of Fame nominations due Friday

Nominations for Douglas High School’s Hall of Fame are due FridayForms are available through Leadership and Activities Advisor Karen Lamb by emailing

Extension hosts Fall Festival at Dangberg on Wednesday

The University of Nevada, Reno, Extension Douglas County’s 2023 Fall Harvest Festival is 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Dangberg Historic Home Ranch, 1450 Highway 88, Minden.

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

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

Monday, September 25

Merchandise for Sale

Pet Supplies For Sale

Update: Genoans sell more than a ton of candy at annual fair

Genoans literally sold more than a ton of candy by lunchtime Sunday, but the main topic of conversation was the mama bear and her cub who were early arrivals at the Candy Dance Fair on Saturday morning.

Board touts newsletter over comment

Even as the Douglas County School Board was proposing policy changes to minimize parents’ and public communication, trustees approved a newsletter to increase communication.

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

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

Sunday, September 24

Finding a sample of true friendship

Reflections on the Word

Safe Routes to school plan seeks feedback

The Safe Routes to School Action Plan could see increase in students walking and biking to school in Douglas County.

Smoke from California fire to stick around until mid-morning

Smoke from the Quarry fire burning 60 miles south of Minden wafted into Carson Valley on Saturday night.

Friday, September 22

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Board of County Commissioners Meeting - Public Hearing - October 5, 2023

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Notice of Motor Vehicle Lien Sale

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice to Creditors

Jackson’s historic night carries Douglas football

Tigers dominate final three quarters to gain first league win

Douglas High School football used its offensive line and its senior tailback to run all over Galena Friday night.

Carson volleyball bests Douglas in five

Results from Carson, Douglas and Dayton High athletics from the past few days.

County unveils new budget website

Douglas County launces a new website-based digital budget book powered by ClearGov

Mobile RV repairman seeks to replace stolen tools

A Gardnerville Ranchos man is hoping to raise $5,000 to replace the tools stolen from his mobile repair and plumbing business on the night of Sept. 14.

American Century Championship awards $121,250 to 52 area nonprofits

The Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority distributed $121,250 in funds to 52 area nonprofit organizations it was announced on Thursday.

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

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

Mumblefinger Comes to Minden

The Carson Valley Arts Council presents an evening with Mumblefinger, aka Brian Birkes.

Thursday, September 21

Tiger volleyball inducts inaugural Hall of Fame class

Douglas High School volleyball inducted its inaugural Hall of Fame class last Thursday.

Senator boys soccer blanks Douglas

Plus results from Douglas volleyball, tennis

Results from Douglas High boys soccer, volleyball and tennis

Initial Highway 395 work begins Monday

Long-awaited work on Main Street through Gardnerville is scheduled to start next week as the Nevada Department of Transportation begins a yearlong $11 million project to repave Highway 395 from First Street to Waterloo Lane.

Officials cut the ribbon on the Tahoe Blue Event Center

Officials from Tahoe Douglas Visitors Authority, Visit Lake Tahoe, and OVG360 met Monday to cut the ribbon on the Tahoe Blue Event Center, an occasion more than a decade in the making.

Invasive New Zealand mudsnails discovered in Lake Tahoe

For the first time, invasive New Zealand mudsnails have been found in Lake Tahoe

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

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

Wednesday, September 20

A new league and a new season

Douglas High School football opens up a brand new league against Galena Friday night.

TRE sends up a flare

Our Opinion

Douglas School district critically short of social studies teachers

With more than 40 open positions, another position was added to the critical shortage list for Douglas County, making it the fifth to make the list this year.

Topaz Ranch Estates district seeks county help

Formed Sept. 7, 1971, Topaz Ranch Estates General Improvement District has its own taxing authority and operates a water system and is responsible for roads within its boundaries.

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

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

UPDATE: Red Canyon fire 90 percent 'surrounded'

Crews were waiting for daylight to start work on a wildfire burning in the Pine Nut mountains near Red Canyon in Smith Valley.

Tuesday, September 19

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Douglas County Public Hearing - October 2, 2023

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Notice to Creditors

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C-111 Notice to Contractors - Invitation for Bids

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Notice to Creditors

Genoa prepares for annual Candy Dance

Candy Dance will feature more than 400 craft and food booths this year and is the main fundraiser for Nevada’s oldest town.

Gardnerville talks paving over next 15 years

Gardnerville Town Board members were more interested in using asphalt on roads than for a parking lot at Mountain View Nature Park.

Tall tales explored by Nevada author and former Nevada Historic Preservation Officer

“Monumental Lies: Early Nevada Folklore of the Wild West” opens the door to understanding how legends and traditions emerged during the first decades following the “Rush to Washoe” that transformed the region beginning in 1859.

Saturday is fee-free day at Nevada state parks

Entry fees will be waived at state parks for Nevada Public Lands Day

The Sept. 19, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

Monday, September 18

Firefighters extinguish Johnson Lane house fire

An attic fire rendered a Johnson Lane home unlivable on Saturday afternoon.

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

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

Three seek Tahoe Township Justice Court appointment

Three Stateline attorneys have applied for the position, including Rick Gardner, Mike Johnson and Cynthia Mohiduddin.

Thunderstorms, cold snap forecast for last week of summer 2023

The last week of summer could see thunderstorms today and Tuesday before blustery winds bring cooler temperatures Thursday and Friday.

Sunday, September 17

Western Nevada College fundraiser captures spirit of 1920s

WNC Foundation’s chief fundraiser of the year raised a record $185,350 and netted $131,902 through the generosity of 321 attendees, event sponsors and donors.

Two killed in final hours of last Reno Air Races

A collision of two T-6 Texans during the final heat resulted in the deaths of both pilots

Monday last day to buy Candy Dance dinner tickets

Monday is the last day to purchase tickets for the annual Candy Dance Dinner at

Saturday, September 16

Gonzalez out as Douglas baseball coach, resigns as instructor

Ryan Gonzalez is no longer the Douglas High School baseball coach.

Minden Mill Distilling opens

Minden Mill Distilling conducted its first public event under new owners Foley Family Wines on Sept. 9.

Trustee questions Gilbert contract

A contract hiring Reno attorney Joey Gilbert was questioned by the senior trustee on the Douglas County School Board.

There's a right way to pick an apple

It is true that “one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch.”

The most hopeful words in scripture

Reflections on the word

Jesus is coming to you

On Sept. 10, more than 100 parishioners of St. Gall Catholic Church held a Eucharist Procession through the streets of Gardnerville from the church grounds on Centerville Lane, across Highway 395 to Heritage Park.

Policy fight consumes school board

A majority of Tuesday’s seven-hour Douglas County School Board meeting was over an item that would suspend certain district bylaws and policies.

Gardnerville's Janelle Hoover gets ‘True Heroes’ award

The Carson Tahoe Health chief nursing officer was recognized for her contributions to the community.

Friday, September 15

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice to Taxpayers of Douglas County, Nevada - 2nd Installment

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Notice of Construction

Logging on Tamarack burn begins as small Wolf Creek Fire is extinguished

Even as a small fire in the Sierra southeast of Markleeville is being lassoed, the U.S. Forest Service is beginning work on forest restoration projects around Markleevillage and Turtle Rock Park.

Creek Day community workday Sept. 23

Alpine Watershed Group is hosting their annual Creek Day community workday on Sept. 23, as part of National Public Lands Day, Great Sierra River Cleanup, and Alpine County Washoe Mountain Gathering.

15-foot rise in Walker Lake prompts Rehydration Celebration

The nonprofit working to restore Walker Lake is hosting a celebration of the lake’s 15-foot rise thanks to 2023’s record winter.

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

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

Thursday, September 14

Raiders hold off Tiger comeback effort

Douglas High football jumps into league slate next week

Douglas High School football suffered its first loss of the season Thursday night in its final non-league matchup of the year.

Wolf Creek fire estimated at 32.5 acres

A forest fire burning 10 miles southeast of Markleeville has forced the evacuation of Wolf Creek Campground.

Tiger harriers compete at Nevada Union Invite

Results from Douglas High school cross country and tennis.

Empty Bowls event Oct. 7

Ranchos Roundup

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

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

Wednesday, September 13

Last Reno Air Races underway

Visit to learn more about the final Reno Air Races

Douglas, Reed set to battle in Minden

Douglas High football will welcome Reed to Minden Thursday night as the two teams square off at the top of their respective divisions.

Advisors wave off airport management hopeful

Members of the Airport Advisory Committee voted 7-0 against recommending a five-year $5 million contract to manage Minden-Tahoe Airport on Monday.

Custodian sweeps school awards

Every year Douglas County School District recognizes dedicated educators and staff during the Employee Recognition Awards.

The Sept. 13, 2023, R-C Morning Report

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

‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’ opens Friday

Opening Friday, the latest production by Carson Valley Community Theatre, “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” focuses on the memories evoked by clothing.

Tuesday, September 12

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Federal Emergency Management Agency for Douglas County

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ADOPTED Ordinance 2023-1621 Notice

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Notice to Trustee's Sale

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INTRODUCED Ordinance 2023-1624 Notice

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ADOPTED Ordinance 2023-1622 Notice

Supreme Court upholds contempt fees against state in incompetency cases

The Nevada Supreme Court upheld $500 contempt fines against the division for each day the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health failed to take in 11 Clark County defendants who were found incompetent.

Santoro: Pack has been selling its ‘Big Lie’ for 30 years

Getting clobbered at home by FCS teams? Why does Nevada even bother with playing at the top level?

Adjust and adapt

Year of growth ahead for Douglas girls

Douglas High girls soccer will be looking to adapt to a different style this season.

State Parks installing WiFi in Mormon Station

With less than two weeks to go before Candy Dance, at least one of the connectivity issues in Genoa could be solved before vendors arrive.

Douglas County Rodeo sees full house over two days

The Douglas County Fairgrounds had its stands filled during the two day rodeo show Friday and Saturday.

New program to inform residents of large-scale emergencies

Douglas County and Douglas County Sheriff’s Office are rolling out a new public-safety map that will help residents identify the location of current large-scale emergencies, evacuation areas, and road closures.

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

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

Update: School board proposes gag order

The first reading of a proposed policy appearing on today’s Douglas County School Board agenda appears to prohibit anyone from relating any information inside or outside of the Douglas County School District without the board’s express permission

Monday, September 11

Tiger volleyball looks to remain in the 5A mix

Youth helps adds depth to Douglas roster

Douglas High volleyball has a little bit of everything this fall.

Stewart Community thanks CCFD and tribal police for fast response to brush fire

The Carson City Fire Department and Washoe Tribe Police are being credited with quick action on a small brush fire that occurred within the Tribe’s Stewart Community on Monday afternoon.

Head-on collision snarls Gardnerville traffic

A noontime head-on collision closed Centerville Lane at Waterloo on Monday.

Western Nevada marks 22nd anniversary of 9/11 attacks

The Douglas County Sheriff's Mounted Posse marked the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on Monday morning in Minden.

Traffic concerns raised in 85-unit Ranchos project

Developers are proposing an 85-unit subdivision north of the intersection that is the main access to the Washoe Tribe community of Dresslerville.

Farmers Markets in last drop of the season

The Minden Farmers Market continues 4-8 p.m. Tuesdays through Sept. 26 on Esmeralda Avenue.

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

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

Alpine View station back on the fire line

On Aug. 30, the old Alpine View station was rechristened to serve as the new home of East Fork Fire Protection District’s Fuel Management Crew.

Sunday, September 10

Thunderstorms in forecast for far southern Douglas

There’s a possibility that thunderstorms will graze southern Douglas County this afternoon as a plume of instability travels east over the Sierra into Mono and Mineral counties.

Saturday, September 9

Visitors Authority wins campaign award

The Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority and its advertising agency Noble Studios were presented with the Destiny Award by the U.S. Travel Association at the annual Educational Seminar for Tourism Organizations

Meyer-Kassel fundraiser a big hit

The Douglas County Historical Society held a successful event at the Genoa Courthouse Museum on the evening of Aug. 30, celebrating the opening of the Hans Meyer-Kassel Art Gallery.

God seeks to teach men

Reflections on The Word

Wood for Sale

Seasoned Pinion Pine For Sale

Dangberg Murder Mystery Brings Mayhem to the Ranch

A 1920s-themed comic murder mystery, “Mayhem at the Ranch,” will raise funds for historic preservation at Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park on Sept. 16.

Friday, September 8

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Notice to Creditors

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Notice of Hearing

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Notice of Hearing

Douglas 4-0 after beating Damonte Ranch

Douglas High football continues its winning streak to open the season after taking down Damonte Ranch Friday night.

Tree thinning work continues on Kingsbury

Thinning trees along Kingsbury Grade will continue this fall, with helicopters used in some operations.

Faith Valley Meadow closed to dispersed camping through Halloween

A closure order is in effect through Oct. 31, for the Faith Valley Meadow area dispersed camping sites on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s Carson Ranger District near the junction of California State Route 88 and 89 and adjacent to Blue Lakes Road in Alpine County.

Walker Lake rises 15 feet after wet winter

As the last of the snowpack melts out of the Eastern Sierra, this summer has seen record flows of the Walker River.

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

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

Thursday, September 7

County releases strategic plan survey link

As part of its strategic planning process, Douglas County has launched an online survey to garner feedback and input from the public.

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

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

Wednesday, September 6

Sheriff’s captain retires after a third of a century in law enforcement

After 28 years with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Capt. Joe Duffy hung up his badge on Friday surrounded by friends and colleagues.

Genoa Town Board to discuss historic commission merger

Today, Genoa Town Board members are scheduled to discuss the feasibility of merging the Historic District Commission with the Town Advisory Board.

Listing effort begins for pinyon jay

Nearly a decade after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined the bi-state sage grouse didn’t require listing, the bird is back under consideration and is joined by a more visible feathered denizen of the Pine Nuts.

Rural roots link rodeo, country music star

The Douglas County Rodeo returns to the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday.

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

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

At 3-0, Douglas Tigers are off and running

The 5A's only unbeaten team heads to Damonte Ranch on Friday

Douglas High football is off to its best start since 2003. The Tigers will look to go 4-0 against Damonte Ranch on Friday night.

Tuesday, September 5

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Notice of Trustee's Sale

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Santoro: Pack plays its role in meaningless loss

USC hitting Nevada in the face — repeatedly — is just part of how college football works.

State opens survey on Highway 50 corridor study

Members of the public can visit by Sept. 30 to provide feedback on the Highway 50 corridor

Tiger girls golf third at Arrow Creek

Results from Douglas High School golf, volleyball and football from this past weekend.

Foundation generating donations for emergency shelter power

When major disasters occur at either end of Douglas County, people are often cut off from the county’s main population center in Carson Valley.

University to enhance meat processing training

A $650,000 grant awarded to the University of Nevada, Reno will help efforts to bring more sustainability to Nevada’s meat and poultry industry, providing more training to people who want to work in this vital supply chain for the nation.

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

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

Monday, September 4

Town explores nature of newest park

A discussion on the future use of Gardnerville’s 60-acre Mountain View Nature Park returns to the Gardnerville Town Board which is scheduled to discuss the park and the possibility of creating a citizens group to vet improvements.

395 work ramps up this month

In mid-September, preliminary construction on a multi-year project to rebuild and repave portions of Highway 395 in downtown Gardnerville.

Grading the Pack: Defense struggles against No. 6 USC

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack football team’s 66-14 loss to the USC Trojans on Saturday at the Los Angeles Coliseum . . .

Dangberg Home Ranch hosts Chautauqua of Pioneer Nevada newspaperwoman

Chautauquan DebiLynn Smith will portray Carson City journalist and civic leader Nellie Mighels Davis 10 a.m. Friday at the Dangberg Historic Home Ranch in Minden.

The Labor Day 2023 R-C Morning Report

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

State tests online parks reservation system will allow visitors to prepay for entrance passes, good for the day they are purchased and available for entrance any time of day, provided the park is not filled to capacity.

Saturday, September 2

Where is your Faith?

Reflections on the Word

Friday, September 1

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Douglas County Administrative Hearing Panel Oublic Hearing - September 14, 2023

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Notice to Creditors

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Public Notice of Action

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Notice of Trustee's Sale (pg. 1 of 2)

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Notice of Trustee's Sale (pg. 2 of 2)

Football: Douglas tops Spring Creek, Basic beats Carson

Douglas and Carson High School football both battled on the gridiron Friday night in road contests.

20-30 Club helps with back-to-school shopping

This year 80 children between Douglas County and Carson City were given $100 each and a volunteer to go shopping at Walmart on Topsy Lane during the Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club’s annual back-to-school shopping spree Aug 26.

County merchants essentially break even in 2022-23 fiscal year

In its first fiscal year without its sales tax revenue being subsidized by other Nevada counties, Douglas merchants essentially broke even for the year.

Burgans becomes first sitting county clerk to receive election administrator certification

Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer Amy Burgans was recently designated as a certified elections-registration administrator, the highest professional achievement for election officials in the country.

Record water year heads into final month

With the fifth wettest August on record, and the possibility of rain this weekend, both the water year that ends this month and 2023 have entered the record books.

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

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