Stateline casinos’ spring gaming bump late arriving

Stateline casinos posted one of the few bright spots for Nevada’s May gaming win, according to figures released Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Reduction in electric rates approved by Public Utility Commission

A reduction in electricity rates approved Tuesday by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada might not make a huge difference in consumers’ bills this summer compared to last year.

Sorensen’s renamed after Desolation Wilderness

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New senior housing project could open by fall 2024

Ground has been broken on a 56-unit assisted living and 46-unit memory care project in Minden for a while, but on Tuesday Valage Carson Valley made it official.

Douglas housing market slowing

Douglas County’s housing market appears to be cooling off, according to figures released last week by Sierra Nevada Realtors.

Update: Golden Knights pro hockey team owner buys Bently Distillery

This story includes updates including the recorded sale price of the distillery and the former Minden flour mill's history

Tahoe Blue Center nearing completion, expected opening date

The Tahoe Blue Center in Stateline will open in time for its first publicly announced event, Lake Tahoe Comic Con scheduled for Sept. 23-24.

NV Energy seeks summer rate reduction

NV Energy said the price it pays for natural gas consistently increased in 2022 by more than 70 percent and peaked in January of 2023, increasing nearly 500 percent since 2021.

Gardnerville greenhouse preserves endangered plant

An endangered plant native to the Silver Peak Range is growing roots in a Gardnerville greenhouse known as Tiehm’s Buckwheat Conservation Center.

Washoe Tribe buys out Wa She Shu Casino operator

The Wa She Shu Casino has been purchased by the Washoe Tribe after being operated by Wind Creek Hospitality since its opening in 2016.

$20 million set aside for rural broadband

U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the availability of $20 million to deliver broadband technical assistance resources for rural communities

Cotton Candy Clouds Studio opens in Gardnerville

Cotton Candy Clouds’ new home is the previous Record-Courier office located at 1503 Main St., Suite K.

Weather may have slowed January sales

For the third month in a row, Douglas County merchants reported a decrease in taxable sales, though not making much of a dent in gains from the first months of 2022.

Gardnerville hospital changes name to Carson Valley Health

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