Indoor farmers coming to Douglas

Hamilton, Mont., indoor farming company Local Bounti Corp. received $1 million in tax abatements to move to Douglas County

Registration opens for 2022 Eagles and Agriculture

Visit to register for the 2022 Eagles & Agriculture set for Jab. 27-30.

Swift sells Tahoe newspaper to Ogden Newspapers

Ogden Newspapers will take over the Tahoe Daily Tribune from Swift Communications, the two companies announced Tuesday.

Stateline casino win suffering Caldor hangover in October

Stateline casinos were still recovering from the effects of the Caldor Fire during October and even a big drink of water from an atmospheric river wasn’t sufficient to fully overcome the hangover.

Work begins to convert Lakeside into clinic

Barton Health has begun its expansion into the former Lakeside Inn and Casino property.

Spirit of Tahoe on 1,900-mile land journey

Spirit of Tahoe will wrap up its 1,900-mile journey across land from Texas at Lake Tahoe early next week.

Montbleu begins brand transition to Bally’s Lake Tahoe

The rebrand comes after Providence, Rhode Island-based Bally's acquired the Montbleu property from Caesars Entertainment in April.

Events center construction stays on track, budget despite delays

Crews working on the Tahoe South Events Center lost an estimated 17 days due to fire and five due to the early winter storm in October

Three-way race on for meat-plant approval

While a proposed meat-processing plant at Centerville continues through the Supreme Court, the proponent is seeking approval of a plant in Carson, while the Parks move forward with their proposal north of Minden.

Wildflower owner named female entrepreneur of the year

A Wildflower in Gardnerville is celebrating 30 years in business

Tahoe ski resorts start making snow

Heavenly and Northstar plan to open the end of next week, with Kirkwood’s opening date set for Dec. 3.

Summer fires top of mind at chamber awards

In the fire year of 2021, a firefighter was recognized as volunteer of the year by the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Slaughterhouse will go back to Carson City Planning Commission

City staff and one of the appellants identified a noticing error last week.

Internet speed test launched to better connect people

Western Nevadans are being asked to participate in an internet speed test at

State wraps up work on highways 28 and 431 for winter

First season of Highway 28 work completed