Gov. Joe Lombardo asked Nevada lawmakers to set aside party differences and put school safety first Thursday as he testified on his Assembly Bill 330, which revises current restorative disciplinary practices in the classroom.
A dozen positions are open for a variety of positions for volunteer boards and committees.
The 137th Military Police Co., from Carson City deployed to Romania last summer.
Thornton’s bill would revise provisions relating to head injuries for students in Nevada schools.
The idea was to deliver books from the Governor’s Mansion to Bordewich Bray Elementary School.
Tierney Frost designed the cover for Kinkade DeJoseph’s new book, “The Raven and the Crow: Shores of Blood."
VVA chapter 388 in Carson City begins the observances with a ceremony at Mills Park beginning at 11 a.m.
Gov. Joe Lombardo told the Carson City Chamber of Commerce his experience in law enforcement taught him that small businesses keep cities functioning.
Marietta Sophie Paul’s show will be in the Community Center’s Crowell Board Room through July 6.
The Carson City Fire Department has announced open burn season will run through May 23 depending on permit status and weather conditions.
The modern rendition of the band brings the same jazzy, big band sound the original was known for.
The inaugural Mark Twain Days Festival will take place April 21-23 downtown with a variety of free and ticketed events.
News and notes from Western Nevada College's Carson City campus.
The Nevada National Guard and Nevada Department of Veterans Services sponsored Veterans and Military Day at the Legislature.