Sarah Drinkwine

Reporter

With Nevada News Group since 2021

Phone: +17757828278

Email: sdrinkwine@recordcourier.com

Job duties:
As the community reporter I write a bit about everything including crime, education, business, and features.

About me:
I am a Douglas High School graduate. In my free time, I enjoy spending time at home with my boys.

2023 Nevada Press Association Awards
• First Place in Special Section (Carson Valley Almanac)
• Second Place in Community Service
• Second Place in Special Section (The Best of Carson Valley)
• Second Place in Multiple Photo Gallery

Recent Stories

Sheriff’s Advisory Council celebrates two decades

More than 200 people filled the CVIC Hall on Feb. 24 in support of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Advisory Council’s 20th anniversary.

Exploration program a cure for the Mondays

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.

Douglas County plans for future, strategically

County Manager Jenifer Davidson presented the “State of the County 2024” during the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Wednesday

Great Basin Brewing opens Minden location

After just celebrating 30 years of craft beer and food services in three Western Nevada locations, the Great Basin Brewing Co. launched into another year with its grand opening in Minden on Monday

February is Responsible Pet Owner Month

Missing pets, and animal attacks seem to be a common occurrence in Douglas County

Douglas will stay with state school board group for another year

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.

Book details life of activism

“When You Dare to Say Yes,” which launches on Amazon Feb. 27

Update: School board rejects hiring of controversial superintendent candidate

No contract with a controversial former school superintendent in California seeking the superintendent’s position was ever presented at Tuesday’s Douglas County School Board meeting.

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Photos by Sarah

Great Basin Brewing is open on Highway 395 in Minden. …

Protesters had signs at Tuesday's Douglas County School Board of …

Clint Celio of the Douglas County Historical Society talks to …

John Ramirez Jr. speaks during a Meet and Greet held …

Minden Elementary School kindergarten classes recently collected more than 30 …