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Western Nevada College has free English language, high school equivalency prep classes

The ACCEL College and Career Readiness program at Western Nevada College will offer English Language Learning and High School Equivalency preparation classes beginning in July.

Bill raising tobacco purchase age to 21 passes Senate

Legislation increasing the age at which people can purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21 passed the Nevada Senate on Monday on a split vote.

33 new COVID-19 cases reported Monday in Quad County area

Carson City Health and Human Services reported 33 new cases and 24 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region on Monday.

Stabbing death of Clint Malone ruled justified

After three days of testimony, a three member jury has ruled the stabbing death of Clint Malone justifiable homicide.

Carson City library board has open positions

The Carson City Board of Supervisors is seeking applications for the Carson City Library Board of Trustees.

3.6 quake hits in Tahoe, felt in Carson City

A 3.6 earthquake hit in the middle of Lake Tahoe at 12:24 p.m. Monday

JoAnne Skelly: Tips for a healthy lawn

Lawns are easy to keep green when it’s cool, but how do you keep a lawn healthy as the weather warms and water needs increase? To conserve water, crowd out weeds and grow a thick, green lawn, follow these tips.

Motorcycle traffic stop in Washoe Valley results in Douglas arrests

The arrival of around 100 motorcyclists in Carson Valley on Friday as they made their way north on Highway 395 resulted in a handful of arrests.

Carson City Toyota to host drive-thru food drive Wednesday

Even though the pandemic is winding down and things appear to be slowly returning to normal for most people, many families are still relying on the services of local resources like FISH to help them get by. Friends In Service Helping, known as FISH, provides support to families and people in need by providing food, instruction, shelter and health care.

Scuba divers begin 6-month effort to rid Lake Tahoe of trash

A team of scuba divers on Friday completed the first dive of a massive, six-month effort to rid Lake Tahoe of fishing rods, tires, aluminum cans, beer bottles and other trash accumulating underwater.

Senator offense shines in regular season finale

Regional assignments have been released

Carson High School baseball ended its season on a high note and now turns to its regional assignment to cap the season.

Progressive bills stall in Nevada; activists disappointed

Downcast Democratic Party-aligned groups and activists rebuked leaders from their own party Friday after proposals they championed to repeal the death penalty and expand tenant protections failed to make it past a key legislative deadline.

Get Healthy Carson City: Follow the 5 S’s to combat skin cancer

The season of the sun is upon us. If you are festering from all this sequestering, you are probably thinking it is time to break out of isolation and enjoy the beauty of Northern Nevada’s outdoor pageant.

Nevada needs 'crack down' on black-market marijuana, judiciary chairman says

A leading lawmaker in the Nevada Legislature said on Nevada Newsmakers the state's cannabis industry needs help in cracking down on black-market marijuana sales.

Carson City 8th grader wins AAA Patroller of the Year

AAA Nevada would like to congratulate eighth grade student Sophia Jones at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic School for her leadership, volunteerism and safety skills during the pandemic as part of its longstanding AAA School Safety Patrol program.

Trina Machacek: Obscurity of past jobs

So far in life we have all had jobs that hopefully have filled our coffers with chook. That’s why we work isn’t it? For the paycheck.

Teri Vance: Kit Carson markers win historic award

The Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority (Visit Carson City) was presented with the 2021 Historic Preservation Award for its “outstanding contribution to historic preservation efforts in Carson City.”

An opportunity to get noticed

Battle Born FC gives players a chance to grow

Carson City's newest UPSL team, Battle Born FC, is giving players potentially without an opportunity, a chance to get noticed by the next level.

Western Nevada College notes: Recalling WNCC’s first basketball season

Growing up in the small Northern Nevada rural community of Lovelock, it was a big moment in his young adult life to make the first basketball team at WNCC.

Lawmakers approve stimulus funding to restore vacant positions

Lawmakers voted Saturday to restore nearly 500 positions that were originally held vacant because of budget cuts ordered last summer.

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