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Jobs for Nevada Graduates students exceed national graduation and employment standards

Despite the coronavirus outbreak causing school closures and record-high unemployment rates in Nevada, Jobs for Nevada Graduates exceeded national standards across five categories in 2020.

Mask mandate returns on Friday

Douglas County school officials are scrambling to revise their plan to open schools on Aug. 9 after Tuesday’s directive by the governor requiring masks for anyone in a public building.

Still work to do on the Tamarack Fire

Price tag for fighting the Tamarack Fire has risen to $21.6 million

Family’s loss extended over 15 miles in five days

The Tamarack Fire, after claiming a family’s camper trailer and vehicle in Woodfords, burned another five days and 15 miles to destroy what the Addeo-Johansen clan hoped would be their new home north of Holbrook Junction.

34 years apart, Acorn and Tamarack fires share controversy over management

Thursday marked the anniversary of the controversial Acorn Fire that claimed two-dozen homes

The July 29, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley

Weather Service issues statement on thunderstorms

A thunderstorm bringing wind gusts of 40 mph, moderate to heavy rain and possible small hail is headed across Western Nevada and Lake Tahoe, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.

Governors survey damage from Tamarack Fire

The governors of Nevada and California gathered in Holbrook Junction to survey the damage done by the 106-square-mile Tamarack Fire.

The July 28, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley

Douglas offers help to clean up after Tamarack Fire

Clean-up from the Tamarack Fire has begun as evacuations have been lifted in Douglas County.

Sisolak reimposes indoor masking mandate in 12 counties including Carson, Douglas and Lyon

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday afternoon issued a directive re-imposing indoor mask requirements effective July 30 at 12:01 a.m.

Highways 4 and 89 to reopen Wednesday morning

As evacuees make their way to their property to clean up after the Tamarack Fire, the blaze that burned 106 square miles in Alpine and Douglas was relatively quiet, having grown only 2 percent over the previous 24 hours.

The July 27, 2021, R-C Morning Report

Clean up beginning for Tamarack Fire.

Charter nearly turns tragic as Tahoe squall catches pontoon boat without gas

A charter pontoon boat that ran out of gas with a child over the side was hit a squall on Monday afternoon nearly turning a day on Lake Tahoe into a tragedy.

Flash flood warning expires for Markleeville, watch in effect until 9 p.m.

A flash flood warning has been cancelled for Markleeville and the surrounding area.

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