Gardnerville hospital changes name to Carson Valley Health

Carson Valley Medical Center is in the middle of a multi-million dollar expansion

UPS and AVK America plan to expand in Douglas County

United Parcel Service plans to build a new 168,000 square foot building in Douglas County, according to the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

Inflation, weather may have caused taxable sales hit

Douglas County merchants closed out the holiday shopping season a little behind, likely due to the effects of inflation and maybe the weather.

Physiatrist joins Carson Valley Medical Center

Physiatrist Dr. Robin Tomita is bringing his more than 20 years expertise in non-operative management of spine pain, with nerve disorders management to Carson Valley Medical Center’s Ironwood Specialty Care location.

Governor’s Chief of Staff to speak at business luncheon

The Business Council of Douglas County and the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce at the Carson Valley Inn meet March 15

New development director joins Carson Valley Medical Center

Carson Valley Medical Center trustees for 2023 announced

New sheet metal shop opens in Gardnerville

Since its 750-square-foot garage debut more than 16 years ago, MCA mechanical has recently settled into their new shop on Industrial Way in Gardnerville offering their sheet metal specialties to the Carson Valley.

Company sponsors Grandview Dining Room

Jackson & Whitaker Wealth Management is sponsoring the Douglas County Community Services Foundation 2023 Naming Right for the Grandview Dining Room at the Douglas County Community and Senior Center in Gardnerville.

Douglas funds most of $600,000 microtransit request

An on-demand shuttle service designed to help reduce the impact of an events center at Stateline received a pledge $520,000 from Douglas County commissioners by a 4-1 vote on Thursday.

Medical Center announces new senior care nurse

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Lisa Pualuan has joined Carson Valley Medical Center’s senior care practice.

Vacation Home Rental panel wraps up ordinance revision

After six hours, the Vacation Home Rental Advisory Committee members made it through their initial revision of the code to a round of applause.

Gaming abstracts reveal major changes at Stateline over 30 years

As recently as 1992, the equivalent of a third of Douglas County’s population worked for the Stateline casinos.

Meadowdale eatery closes doors

The restaurant formally known as Hamdogs closed last week after not quite 29 years

Nevada OSHA workplace safety violation penalties increase

Nevada OSHA’s penalties will increase by 7.74%, effective immediately for any penalty assessed on or after Jan. 17.

VHR panel keeps plugging away at new code

Members of an advisory committee spent another five hours working on the code governing vacation home rentals on Wednesday, knowing their work could end up on the cutting room floor.