The approval of a revised vacation home rental ordinance on Thursday may satisfy a federal judge enough to lift an order preventing parts of it from being implemented, but it may not be sufficient for those who challenged the new rules back in July.
Douglas County commissioners are scheduled to hear a revision of the VHR ordinance today and appoint a new VHR advisory committee
A survey is online at www.surveymonkey.com/r/EVPCommunitySurvey for residents to weigh in on the economic vitality plan
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows ski resort announced its new name for its world famous recreation area and facilities in Olympic Valley, after last year it announced its decision to drop the word “Squaw” from its official title.
The Baker Hughes Foundation and Bently Nevada, a Baker Hughes business, announced they will jointly contribute $30,000 to the Red Cross of Northern Nevada to provide support for those affected by the Caldor Fire in Nevada and California.
Five businesses in Douglas County have been certified for environmental sustainability by GreenACTnv.
Bently Nevada, which celebrated its 60th anniversary of relocating its headquarters to Minden in 2018, employs more than 1,500 people in nine countries, 600 locally.
Work is progressing on the new events center at Stateline.
The seeds of a downturn for Nevada's hemp industry were planted in 2018 when the federal farm bill legalized nationwide growth and cultivation.
A debate that started over trash collection could end up in court after Douglas County commissioners approved an ordinance to annex Stoneridge Villas.
Douglas County received 129 applications for larger vacation home rentals during July, exceeding the cap included in the new ordinance by 56.
More than 100 job seekers turned out for a July 8 job fair featuring 31 employers and 11 community service providers and resources were seeking potential employees or volunteers.
A condominium at Stateline sold for a record $6 million.
A lack of inventory, low interest rates and eager buyers have sent Douglas County home prices into the stratosphere.
With wildfire season in full swing, it’s no surprise that there have been some calls from concerned residents about a fire at the Minden Gardnerville Sanitation District sewer plant.