Sarah Drinkwine is a Douglas High School and Western Nevada College graduate and a Nevada Journalist of Merit.
After almost two decades of enduring leaks, Meneley and Jacks Valley Elementary Schools are getting new roofs over the summer and it’s not going to cost the Douglas County School District a dime.
Forty-six seniors and 28 juniors will demonstrate their skill, speed and ability against each other in the 24th Powder Puff Football Game at Douglas High School on Friday.
An intoxicated driver involved in a Dec. 10, 2022, head-on collision that occurred on Kimmerling Road was sentenced to 6-15 years in prison on May 22.
After at least a three-year hiatus, the Douglas High School’s Ag sale returns to the greenhouse June 3, 4 and 10.
Jessica Thomas, 32, denied charges of high level possession, sale and trafficking of the controlled substance in Douglas County District Court.
Hot Air for Hope Festival was the brainchild of Center of Hope and Healing Executive Director Amanda Johnson.
Gardnerville Elementary School’s new principal plans to make school so epic that students want to attend on weekends, too.
A more than capacity crowd turned out at Tuesday’s Douglas County School Board meeting, as parents, students, teachers, counselors, and LGBTQ advocates filled the room and waited outside to speak on a transgender policy proposed by the Douglas County School Board.
Festival benefits the Center for Hope & Healing who are celebrating 10 years of providing grief support and healing in Douglas County and Rural Nevada.