A zoning map and special use permit were approved on Tuesday that will allow the operation of a 26,000-square-foot recycling plant near Minden-Tahoe Airport.
Gardnerville breakfast favorite Woodett's Diner's new owners introduce themselves
The company focuses on minimalist children’s clothing designs, using either organic or Oeko Tex fabrics, for which owner Sandra Ney says "a lot of moms are really thankful."
The Carson City Board of Supervisors will decide if Carson City is the right place for a slaughterhouse. Resident Maxine Nietz filed an appeal of the Planning Commission’s approval of the slaughterhouse on Friday. During public comment time at the Sept. 29 planning meeting, Nietz cited concerns that have been echoed by many others, including odor, smell, waste, and pollution of the Carson River.
Raised on a Carson Valley ranch, Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Tyree Holdridge has deep roots in the community he serves.
Nevada Realtors honored 2021 President Brad Spires as the statewide association’s Realtor of the Year.
For the eighth consecutive year, several Douglas County businesses were recognized with a Spotlight Award. This year’s awards were announced at the Critical Issues Conference held on Thursday.
The Nevada Press Foundation announced it sold its headquarters at 102 N. Curry St. in downtown Carson City earlier this month.
The Carson City Planning Commission on Wednesday night granted Carson Valley Meats a special use permit to construct a slaughterhouse along Highway 50. Though, after hearing public comment, they agreed to alter the conditions of approval.
Taste of Alpine will run from Oct. 18-24 and includes several eateries and food and beverage retailers throughout the county.
With the construction of the events center at Stateline, the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority is restructuring to support new sales and marketing functions.
A proposal for a meat processing plant that was rejected in Douglas County nearly two years ago will go before the Carson City Planning Commission on Wednesday.
Despite increased material costs and overhead, Tahoe-Truckee-area contractors say they've remained busy the past year due to a customer base made up mostly of Bay Area transplants who have plenty of money to spend.