More than 30,000 people are expected to bring more than 10,000 vehicles to Genoa this weekend
Formed Sept. 7, 1971, Topaz Ranch Estates General Improvement District has its own taxing authority and operates a water system and is responsible for roads within its boundaries.
Candy Dance will feature more than 400 craft and food booths this year and is the main fundraiser for Nevada’s oldest town.
Gardnerville Town Board members were more interested in using asphalt on roads than for a parking lot at Mountain View Nature Park.
Three Stateline attorneys have applied for the position, including Rick Gardner, Mike Johnson and Cynthia Mohiduddin.
A forest fire burning 10 miles southeast of Markleeville has forced the evacuation of Wolf Creek Campground.
Members of the Airport Advisory Committee voted 7-0 against recommending a five-year $5 million contract to manage Minden-Tahoe Airport on Monday.
The Nevada Supreme Court upheld $500 contempt fines against the division for each day the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health failed to take in 11 Clark County defendants who were found incompetent.
With less than two weeks to go before Candy Dance, at least one of the connectivity issues in Genoa could be solved before vendors arrive.
Developers are proposing an 85-unit subdivision north of the intersection that is the main access to the Washoe Tribe community of Dresslerville.
On Aug. 30, the old Alpine View station was rechristened to serve as the new home of East Fork Fire Protection District’s Fuel Management Crew.
There’s a possibility that thunderstorms will graze southern Douglas County this afternoon as a plume of instability travels east over the Sierra into Mono and Mineral counties.
After 28 years with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Capt. Joe Duffy hung up his badge on Friday surrounded by friends and colleagues.
Today, Genoa Town Board members are scheduled to discuss the feasibility of merging the Historic District Commission with the Town Advisory Board.
A discussion on the future use of Gardnerville’s 60-acre Mountain View Nature Park returns to the Gardnerville Town Board which is scheduled to discuss the park and the possibility of creating a citizens group to vet improvements.
In mid-September, preliminary construction on a multi-year project to rebuild and repave portions of Highway 395 in downtown Gardnerville.
In its first fiscal year without its sales tax revenue being subsidized by other Nevada counties, Douglas merchants essentially broke even for the year.
With the fifth wettest August on record, and the possibility of rain this weekend, both the water year that ends this month and 2023 have entered the record books.
Moderate air quality and smoky skies could clear out when the wind picks up as a cold front arrives in Western Nevada.
A Ruhenstroth garage fire Tuesday night caused heavy smoke damage to the rest of the home on Winners Circle.
Organizers have six months to gather 4,388 signatures to get a petition to ban vacation home rentals in residential zoning at Tahoe Township on the ballot.
Probable cause was found on Friday to move the case of the man accused of shooting South Lake Tahoe resident Omar Reyes Garcia to district court.
Douglas County's strategic planning team will have tables at a variety of county events including the concert in Minden Park on Friday night.