Christian perspectives on education

There is a great divide in the area of education, between secularists, materialists, and atheists with traditional Christian faith.

Sertomans award $22K in scholarships

Sertomans awarded six book scholarships and one vocational scholarship to 2021 seniors on May 28.

How to avoid challenges to a will or a trust

Estate planning documents such as a will or trust can be challenged by a dissatisfied family member after the creator’s death. If a challenge is successful, the creator’s intended distributions will be revised. Even if a challenge is unsuccessful, the process itself will be expensive and ultimately reduce the value of the estate. Therefore, it is important to take steps to avoid a challenge to one’s will or trust.

Local brothers take rodeo road to nationals

Gardnerville brothers Andrew and Colby Morian both rode away with titles at the Nevada State High School Rodeo Association’s State Finals Rodeo in Winnemucca over Memorial Day weekend.

Carson City Symphony to play July 4 concert in Genoa

The Carson City Symphony will perform on July 4 as part of the Genoa Americana Celebration in Mormon Station State Park.

350 veterans, friends and spouses fed on Memorial Day

Reach for Joy fed 350 veterans and spouses at High Sierra Fellowship in Gardnerville

Dangberg kicks off summer festival

June events launch the 2021 Summer Festival at the Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park.

Homesteaders picked potatoes to make ends meet

The final chapter of Betty Downs story of living in Johnson Lane as one of the original homesteaders.

Wildlife show canceled, but Library still celebrating summer reading kickoff today

The Douglas County Public Library’s 2021 Summer Reading Program theme is “Tails and Tales.”

Deadline for Carson Valley Days banners this week

This the last week for businesses to order Carson Valley Days banners from the Boy Scouts.

We may forget, but God remembers

The purpose of Memorial Day is for us to remember the fallen and the price they paid for the freedoms we enjoy today.

Praying mantises make their arrival

Back in early March, I was trimming a juniper in my backyard and found a praying mantis egg sac attached to one of the shrub’s low-lying branches.

Paint donation to touch up Douglas D

The Support Our Seniors group donated paint to the Douglas High Block D Club to refresh the D on D Hill.

Residents asked to give law enforcement officers a thumb’s up

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Advisory Council is asking the public to join in a campaign they have named “Thumbs Up for Law Enforcement”

Dodgeball tournament to raise money for Lynch family

Anytime Fitness in Gardnerville is hosting a dodgeball fundraising tournament 5-9 p.m. June 11 during Carson Valley Days weekend.