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The Feb. 23, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news in the Carson Valley

Domestic dispute results in two deaths

Two men shot one another during an argument in a Saratoga Springs neighborhood.

Sixth-graders return to full-time in-person learning on Monday

Sixth-graders at Carson Valley and Pau-Wa-Lu middle schools will go back to full in-person learning starting Monday.

Mike Torres appointed chief probation officer

The Ninth Judicial District Court has appointed Mike Torres to the position of Chief Juvenile Probation Officer.

Bandaged Bandit receives 2-5 years in Stateline bank robbery

A convicted bank robber known as the Bandaged Bandit will have to serve another 2-5 years in Nevada prison after he finishes his sentence in California.

Man admits shooting sheriff’s sergeant

A California parolee faces up to 61 years in prison after he admitted Monday he shot a Douglas County Sheriff’s sergeant in a Dec. 20 traffic stop.

Business students keep the lights on

The school year has been very different this year but the Business Management third year students are doing their best with the adjustments.

The Feb. 22, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news in Carson Valley

State Board of Ed member Cantú: Brighter days ahead for students, education

Dr. René Cantú, executive director of the state’s Jobs for Nevada’s Graduates program, says COVID-19 has prompted the Silver State’s educators to pivot in ways this past year they never had to before, and it’s a success to celebrate.

County calls moratorium on new vacation rental permits

Douglas County has suspended issuing new vacation home rental permits in the Tahoe Township until commissioners can make changes to the ordinance.

Even virtual kittens have no place in courtroom

Now, a year later, the judges, attorneys, and clients alike, have adjusted to the new reality and requirements when appearing in court.

Man faces felonies in domestic battery

A man accused of breaking a woman’s rib and giving her a concussion is being held in lieu of $75,000 bail.

Man told to show up in court or face a warrant

A California man was given two weeks to appear in district court in connection with his November felony arrest.

Carson dealership donates to Douglas Animal Welfare Group

Last month, the Campagni Auto Group and Carson City Toyota announced a new program in an effort to learn more about the nonprofits that serve Northern Nevada.

Sierra Lutheran High School unveils expansion plan

Sierra Lutheran High School, a private college preparatory school with a current enrollment of about 125 students, has announced it is planning to expand its facilities.

County leaves $1.1 million Parkway funding in place

A second attempt to extract $1.1 million from the Regional Transportation Commission for Muller Lane Parkway was defeated 3-2 on Thursday when Commissioner Mark Gardner voted with the majority.

Expect slippery roads this morning from short snowstorm

Road controls and slick conditions are reported across Western Nevada

‘Stunned’ to get football back

Safety protocols become first step in return to play

Local area football coaches react to the return of their sport and what it means to their athletes, who will get a chance to play.

Vaccine deliveries delayed by weather

On Friday, Carson City Health and Human Services announced that its vaccine delivery has been delayed by bad weather across the country.

The Feb. 19, 2021, R-C Morning Report

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