$25,000 Baker Hughes grant will fill a lot of backpacks

Bently Nevada, a Baker Huges Company, provided a $25,000 grant to Backpack Buddies through its foundation.

Search and Rescue team seeking new volunteers

Douglas County Sheriff's Search and Rescue is looking for new volunteers to join their team to help respond to various emergency calls.

Gardnerville native remembered by friend, family

Gardnerville native Megan Rae Laubert performed a Chautauqua as Amelia Earhart when she was a senior at Douglas High School in 2004.

Tahoe Youth & Family Services hosts second leg in virtual triple challenge fundraiser

Tahoe Youth & Family Services in partnership with Carson Valley Medical Center is providing a Minutes For Recovery Event, the second virtual event of their trifecta.

Winter landscaping topic of photo contest

The theme for February’s Carson Valley Photo Club members contest was “Patterns and Themes in Winter Landscaping.”

Backyard burning open through May 16

Backyard burning with a permit will run through May 16 this year

A fresh start to each day in faith

Our God is not only a God of second chances, but of multiple chances.

The talents of Carmen Valdez

Carmen dusts, mops, vacuums, and scrubs our house clean every Friday. The part of the equation that tips the scale ev¬¬¬en more in our favor is how much we enjoy her company. She is definitely a bright spirit.

Even virtual kittens have no place in courtroom

Now, a year later, the judges, attorneys, and clients alike, have adjusted to the new reality and requirements when appearing in court.

Carson dealership donates to Douglas Animal Welfare Group

Last month, the Campagni Auto Group and Carson City Toyota announced a new program in an effort to learn more about the nonprofits that serve Northern Nevada.

Endeavoring to persevere, on Mars

After nearly seven months of cruising close to 300 million miles through space, NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover is scheduled to land on the Red Planet today at approximately 12:55 p.m.

Sage Hens hold raffle to raise money for scholarships

The Topaz Sage Hens are holding a scholarship raffle featuring a painting by Gardnerville artist Joyce Pike valued at $4,300.

Carson Valley Days parade aims for the stars

In 1910, Halley’s Comet crossed the night skies over Nevada and the first Carson Valley Day took place.

Flying flicker arrives for winter

Though the Carson Valley’s recent wintry weather postponed the annual Eagles and Agriculture event, it hasn’t paused the local bird activity in the least.