Carson City


Carson City birth announcements for May 5 to 9, 2024

Carson City birth announcements for May 5 to 9, 2024

Jazz & Beyond Festival art contest deadline May 31

Selected entries in the competition will be used to promote the festival, and the winning entry will be featured on the festival’s advertising poster and program cover.

Sheriff: Carson man found with explosives, names of officers

Christopher Gorham, 50, is being held on $250,000 bond at the Carson City Detention Center on charges including attempted acts of terrorism.

Carson City library director in it for the long haul

With two years on the job, Carson City Library Director Joy Holt has no plans to leave, and she is busy as ever.

Carson City road report for May 20 to 26, 2024

Carson City road report for May 20 to 26, 2024

Supervisors to review budget, employee raises Friday

Supervisors will consider proposed pay increases for classified and unclassified city employees before reviewing the fiscal year 2025 final budget.

Carson High Spotlight: Madelyn Monson

Madelyn Monson was named captain of the volleyball team and works as an orderly in a vet hospital.

Master Plan update moving forward, community input needed

A draft of the Carson City Master Plan update will be developed this summer and fall, and city officials hope the public will continue providing input.

Day of the Child celebrates family, student success

Carson High School’s High Tech Center on May 11 offered numerous playground and coloring activities for preschool and kindergartners.

WNC commencement ceremonies Monday and Thursday

The Carson City ceremony begins at 10 a.m. in Marv Teixeira Pavilion in Mills Park.

Carson supervisors OK Rice Street summer event

Supervisors unanimously approved a road closure request for a block party for the Nevada Jeep Club slated for July 13 on Rice Street.

Carson, Minden schools reap rewards at farmers market

Green Our Planet’s second annual Northern Nevada Giant Student Farmers Market on Wednesday at Fuji Park encouraged students to put their best foot forward.

Commercial vehicles prohibited on Mount Rose May 21-23

Commercial vehicles with air brakes will be prohibited westbound over State Route 431 as the truck escape ramp in Incline Village is closed for maintenance.

Sierra Lutheran holds groundbreaking for expansion

To accommodate projected growth, 14,000 square feet in building space will be added to the campus.

Pink Elephant closing Carson City location

A restaurant spokesperson confirmed the last day of restaurant operations was Wednesday.