Next fiscal year could be make or break time for China Spring Youth Camp, County Manager Jenifer Davidson said on Monday.
A wrap-up of news from in and around Carson Valley, Nev.
Mondays are often the most dreaded day of the week, but students at Jacks Valley Elementary School look forward to the start of the week thanks to Exploration Monday.
County Manager Jenifer Davidson presented the “State of the County 2024” during the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Wednesday
Tahoe Youth & Family Services currently has a trauma recovery grant from the U.S. Department of Education to provide youth with free counseling services to address their trauma associated with traumatic incidents.
Federal firefighters will be burning 45 piles of woody debris on 12 acres at Indian Creek Recreation Area in Alpine County through the end of April.
Carson Valley Swim Center received some love Valentine’s Day, receiving the 2023 Best of Aquatics Award for Programming from Aquatics International at the Association of Aquatic Professionals 2024 Conference in Reno at the Grand Sierra Resort on Feb. 14.
Missing pets, and animal attacks seem to be a common occurrence in Douglas County
Douglas County School Board trustees renewed the district’s membership with the Nevada Association of School Boards for another year during the Feb. 13 meeting after hearing from Association Executive Director Rick Harris and President Wade Poulsen.