Carson City Health and Human Services on Friday reported 16 new cases and 23 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.
Handsome tuxedos and beautiful dresses will litter Carson City Saturday night as CHS Court Prom 2021 nominees, along with soon-to-be graduating seniors, enjoy an evening together.
The Brewery Arts Center has announced the Levitt AMP concerts will be returning to Carson City this summer.
The legislative money committees cut $31.7 million in the General Fund from the Department of Corrections budget Friday.
The Carson City School District will continue wearing masks for the remainder of the school year, the administration announced Friday.
After a year of being defined by a pandemic, Sierra Lutheran High School thought it best to top off its Class of 2021 in a unique way: to name four co-valedictorians.
United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra and Pioneer Crossing Casino in Dayton have partnered to provide 100 spots through the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
Carson City Health and Human Services reported 14 new cases and 29 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region on Thursday.
Over the objections of Republican members, the joint money committees Thursday approved overall budget cuts to the system of higher education totaling $84.5 million.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday rejected Senate Democrats’ extensions of the Modified Business Tax and DMV technology fee because they failed to receive a two-thirds majority.
Carson High band director Nicolas Jacques received his Milken Award obelisk Wednesday with a visit from State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jhone Ebert.
Dutch Bros Coffee is opening a new location in Carson City, Friday, May 14, at 211 W Appion Way.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro, D-Las Vegas, issued statements Thursday effectively saying the bill to abolish the death penalty in Nevada is dead this session.
The Carson City Schools Foundation is seeking community donors to match its efforts to “Sponsor a Student” for the Western Nevada College Jump Start College program.
Carson City Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported 11 new cases and 27 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.