Tahoe Beach Club secures construction funding for 2nd phase

The second phase of a high-end Stateline community at Lake Tahoe has secured a $115 construction loan.

Shoe Tree Brewing Co. wins pair of gold ‘Crushie’ awards

Shoe Tree Brewing Co. recently won two gold awards in the second annual Craft Beer Marketing Awards, known as the “Crushie” awards.

Gaming, taxable sales recover after lockdown

On the anniversary of the St. Patrick’s Day coronavirus lockdown, Douglas County merchants joined the rest of the state in posting a huge surge in taxable sales, according to figures released last week by the Nevada Department of Taxation.

Main Street Gardnerville looking for new executive director

Main Street Gardnerville is seeking a new executive director

New signs help visitors and residents find Valley attractions

Signs placed around Carson Valley show visitors and residents the way to local attractions.

Construction begins on Stateline events center

Construction on the new Tahoe South Events Center is underway with more than 50,000 cubic yards of dirt being excavated from the site at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa.

New faces and places along 395 corridor

Shoe Tree Brewery's opening is just one of the changes in Carson Valley's business landscape

Undue influence a common challenge to wills and trusts

When a will or a trust is being challenged, the allegation of there being undue influence comes up the most often.

Heavenly will run the Gondola this weekend

The gondola in South Lake Tahoe will be active for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, officials announced Monday.

Commission approves Bently industrial park

A 35-parcel industrial park at Airport and Heybourne roads took the long way to approval on Thursday.

Cowboys for Cops event in Gardnerville at noon

Douglas County Sheriff’s K-9s will have their day in Gardnerville today at a Cowboys for Cops and EMS event at Circle S Western Market at high noon.

Hospital purchases closed Stateline casino

Barton Healthcare System purchased the Lakeside Inn for $13.3 million according to the Douglas County Recorder’s Office.

California exodus, mad dash for second homes impacting Nevada mortgage industry like never before

Home prices, which usually drop during an economic slowdown, have skyrocketed during the pandemic, propelled by record-low supply of homes for sale and a rush of well-off workers looking for second homes or space for home offices.

State OKs medical center expansion

A $29.3 million expansion of Carson Valley Medical Center has been approved by the state.

Douglas merchants feel the love in February

Douglas County’s customers gave its merchants a 7.2 percent Valentine during February, according to the Nevada Department of Taxation.