94-year-old Lois Thran was elected the new mayor of Centerville on Sept. 10 during Centerville Forever Day.
The Carson Valley Arts Council presents an evening with Mumblefinger, aka Brian Birkes.
“Monumental Lies: Early Nevada Folklore of the Wild West” opens the door to understanding how legends and traditions emerged during the first decades following the “Rush to Washoe” that transformed the region beginning in 1859.
On Sept. 10, more than 100 parishioners of St. Gall Catholic Church held a Eucharist Procession through the streets of Gardnerville from the church grounds on Centerville Lane, across Highway 395 to Heritage Park.
Opening Friday, the latest production by Carson Valley Community Theatre, “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” focuses on the memories evoked by clothing.
The Douglas County Historical Society held a successful event at the Genoa Courthouse Museum on the evening of Aug. 30, celebrating the opening of the Hans Meyer-Kassel Art Gallery.
A 1920s-themed comic murder mystery, “Mayhem at the Ranch,” will raise funds for historic preservation at Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park on Sept. 16.