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Tiger boys cruise around Reed, McQueen

Douglas High boys basketball posted a 2-0 week, taking back control of second place in the Class 5A North.

Tiger basketball dismantles Reed, falls to McQueen

Douglas High girls basketball used a fast start and stayed hot Tuesday night in win over Reed

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Saturday 150 Years Ago Took a turn: Honorable Senator McBeth and Uncle Bill Leet went up to the valley and were feasted by Jim Haynes. Shortly after their turkey dinner, they found themselves in the midst of a surprise partly composed of thirty of the fair and their escorts who had assembled from the neighborhood around. They tripped the light fantastic until 3 o’clock in the morning.

Jim Hartman: Our growing $31 trillion debt threat

In February 2011, Indiana’s Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels delivered the keynote address to the annual Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) Conference in Washington, D.C.

Carson High announces 2023 Winterfest candidates, activities

Winterfest celebrations kicked off Friday afternoon with an assembly, with Carson High School announcing the student-elected candidates.

Judge: Slain reporter sources issue for high court to decide

A Nevada judge decided Wednesday not to punish Las Vegas police for taking an initial look at a slain investigative journalist’s cellphone after he was killed in September, and said it is up to the state Supreme Court to decide whether a thorough review by homicide detectives of the reporter’s electronic devices would improperly expose confidential notes and sources.

Sunday snowstorm could affect Monday commute

Lows in the 20s are likely for Carson City on Sunday, while highs are expected to remain below freezing.

Get Healthy Carson City: Stay active in the winter

The weather outside is frightful, but with a little preparation, you can still find delight in spending time outdoors. Active commuting, like walking and biking, is a great way to stay in shape through the winter. Getting around on foot or on two wheels is also a great way to experience Carson City. While the idea of stepping out in the cold may be daunting for some, these tips can help you get out and about while keeping you comfortable.

Rotarians to talk child development at next meeting

The Child Development Center at Western Nevada Community College plays an important role at the school and in our community. Rotary Club of Carson City members will learn about the center and its future at the club’s next meeting which takes place Tuesday, January 31st at noon in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom. The public is invited to attend.

Tom Burns named Nevada GOED director

Gov. Joe Lombardo on Thursday appointed Tom Burns Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Executive Director, effective Jan. 30

Report: Grow house hid unregistered weed plants during audit

A state board charged with overseeing Nevada's booming marijuana industry suspended the license of a cannabis grow house near Las Vegas on Tuesday after inspectors said they found unregistered plants at the facility that pose an ``immediate threat to public health and safety.``

Comma Coffee temporary closed for health violations

Comma Coffee in downtown Carson City has temporary closed its doors following suspension of its license by the Carson City and Douglas County Public Health Regional Partnership.