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The R-C Morning Report for March 3, 2021

A wrap-up of news in and around Carson Valley

The R-C Morning Report for March 2, 2021

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

Manufactured home project seeks Gardnerville review

A manufactured housing project proposed for the Muller Parkway roundabout goes before the Gardnerville Town Board on Tuesday.

The March 1, 2020, R-C Morning Report

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

East Fork firefighters seek help for 911 Dispatcher

For Douglas County 911 Emergency Services, its mission statement “first to respond, first on scene” are words to live by.

High school shifts to full in-person March 9

Most Carson Valley secondary schools will shift to in-person sessions by March 9.

Beach Club may appeal $35 million valuation to state

After being denied a 30-percent break on their $35.1 million tax valuation on Thursday, an attorney for Tahoe Beach Club said owners will be “evaluating our next steps” on whether to appeal.

Self-serve book delivery system on hold

Library trustees indicated on Tuesday that they’re not interested in spending money on anything that might be perceived as an alternative to fully opening the Douglas County Public Library.

The Feb. 26, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news in Carson Valley.

New student registration starts Monday

New student registration for Douglas County School District’s 2021-22 academic year begins Monday

Daughter: Man killed in Bodie Flat collision was careful driver

Former tow truck driver Sean Leonard was a cautious driver his daughter said.

The R-C Morning Report for Feb. 25, 2021

A wrap-up of news in and around Carson Valley, Nev.

The Feb. 24, 2021, R-C Morning Report

A wrap-up of news occurring in and around Carson Valley.

Nevada Republicans introduce bill to raise penalties for crime during a riot

A dozen Senate and Assembly Republicans joined forces Tuesday to introduce legislation that would sharply increase the penalties for crimes committed during a riot.

Update: Highway 395 reopens through Pine Nuts after fatal collision

Highway 395 reopened at 4:15 p.m. after being closed for more than six hours.