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Turlock man in custody on 2014 thefts
Turlock man in custody on 2014 thefts

May 25, 2019

A Turlock, Calif., man, who is accused of a rash of 2014 thefts, is in Douglas County custody. Thomas Paul Reed IV, 35, appeared in East Fork Justice Court on Wednesday and ordered held in...


The May 24 R-C Morning Report

May 24, 2019

Genoa, Nev. — According to the Census estimate released on Thursday, Douglas County was at 48,467 people, making it the sixth of Nevada’s 17 counties. Clark County added roughly that same number of people in...


Weather holding for first concert in Minden Park
Weather holding for first concert in Minden Park

May 22, 2019

All signs point to a Go for the first concert in Minden Park open 6 p.m. today featuring regional favorite Mumbo Gumbo. As of 3 p.m. the sun is still shining and the the chance...


Minden resident named remarkable mother
Minden resident named remarkable mother

May 22, 2019

Nominated by her daughter, Minden resident Jessica Radke was named a remarkable mother on Tuesday. Radke graduated from Douglas High School in 2000 and from Western Governors University in 2018. She teaches third-grade at Meneley...


County starts work trimming master plan
County starts work trimming master plan

May 24, 2019

A slimmer, trimmer Douglas County master plan is in the works that will focus on maps indicating land use. Douglas County commissioners approved a plan on Thursday to have staff prepare revised drafts of the...


Tip-a-Cop with CoCoMoes benefits Special Olympics
Tip-a-Cop with CoCoMoes benefits Special Olympics

May 24, 2019

On Tuesday from 4-8 p.m., the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office joins forces with CoCoMoes Q restaurant in the Gardnerville Ranchos for a “Tip-A-Cop” fundraiser. Volunteers from the DCSO will be on hand to serve restaurant...


Remarkable businesswoman is Carson Valley veterinarian
Remarkable businesswoman is Carson Valley veterinarian

May 22, 2019

Veterinarian Dr. Dawn Gleason operates her own mobile practice in the Carson Valley. Gleason is a graduate of Colorado State University with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Having lived in Carson Valley since 2012, Gleason...


Karen Lamb named remarkable teacher
Karen Lamb named remarkable teacher

May 22, 2019

A 2000 graduate of Douglas High School, Karen Lamb came back to teach at her alma mater in 2006. On Tuesday, Lamb was named most remarkable teacher at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden. Since...


Man faces more prison for punching inmate
Man faces more prison for punching inmate

May 22, 2019

A man admitted he punched another inmate last year while he was awaiting transfer to prison. Parker Eoff, 30, admitted to attempted battery by a prisoner while in custody. Under a plea agreement, prosecutors will...


Four Douglas deputies graduate academy
Four Douglas deputies graduate academy

May 24, 2019

On Wednesday, Douglas County deputies Jeremey Cunningham, Jose Gutierrez, Stephen Graves and Joshua Hodges graduated from the State of Nevada Police Officers Standards and Training Academy. Cunningham represented the entire Academy Class as their representative...


Engels on fight: ‘All options are on the table’
Engels on fight: ‘All options are on the table’

May 21, 2019

A Douglas County commissioner injured in an altercation at the May 16 meeting said Monday he hasn’t ruled out anything, as yet. “All options are on the table and are being evaluated at this time,”...


Alpine girl ready to tackle the world
Alpine girl ready to tackle the world

May 25, 2019

The minute an emergency call would come over the scanner, McKinna would hop on her bike and race down to the edge of the intersection. She waited there so she could wave at her mother,...


Monitor Pass reopens for 3-day weekend
Monitor Pass reopens for 3-day weekend

May 25, 2019

Monitor Pass between Topaz and Markleeville reopened on Friday morning, while Highway 4 between Raymond Meadows and Alpine Lake remained closed. Highway 89 had been cleared and opened on May 16, but last week’s late-season...


Gardnerville students painting mural
Gardnerville students painting mural

May 24, 2019

Gardnerville Elementary School students are filling in what amounts to Carson Valley’s biggest coloring book. A mural is being colored in by students after artist Alanna McDaniel drew on the walls near the school garden....


Litka named for remarkable community involvement
Litka named for remarkable community involvement

May 22, 2019

A 1998 graduate of Douglas High School, Pamela Litka received the Community Involvement award at Tuesday’s celebration of Carson Valley’s Remarkable Women. A participant in the annual Bunko for Breast Cancer event for the past...


School board waits for other budget shoe to drop

May 25, 2019

Despite not knowing quite what their revenues are going to be, Douglas County School Board trustees approved a $90.8 million budget on Tuesday. “We still don’t have an answer on what the Legislature is going...



The May 23 R-C Morning Report

May 23, 2019

Genoa, Nev. — Presale tickets for the Carson Valley Days Carnival are available at Raley’s, Accolades Trophies and Nevada State Bank for $20. The tickets are only good June 7-9, so don’t try to use...


Paris named Remarkable veteran
Paris named Remarkable veteran

May 22, 2019

Gardnerville resident Jackie Paris was named a Remarkable veteran at Tuesday’s celebration of the Carson Valley’s Most Remarkable Women at the Carson Valley Inn on Tuesday. Paris served in Iraq for three months with the...


Scarselli reading specialist a Remarkable Woman to Watch
Scarselli reading specialist a Remarkable Woman to Watch

May 22, 2019

Longtime Carson Valley resident Hollie Harvey was named a remarkable woman to watch at a ceremony held at the Carson Valley Inn on Tuesday. Harvey is a Scarselli Elementary School learning strategist who successfully requested...