Carson City


Corley Ranch in Gardnerville hosts 2nd Backcountry Festival

Country music, barbecue and majestic views of the Sierra Nevada are on the menu at Backcountry Music Festival in Gardnerville.

Sierra Lutheran Class of 2024’s stories still being written

Sierra Lutheran High's top graduates challenge peers to keep eyes upward as they go out into the world.

CHS Salute to Scholars honors seniors’ work, alumni’s legacies

Approximately 70 Carson High seniors were recognized during the school’s annual Salute to Scholars event at the Carson City Community Center.

Top down, CHS’s NJROTC honors are a team effort

Carson ranked third out of 30 area schools in Area 22 based on its excellence in its training, community service and academic achievements.

CCSO: 2 arrested in Saturday shooting; 2 victims stable

Juan Martinez Jr., 21, and Jaquelinne Fuentes-Gomez, 23, were arrested early Sunday and charged in the shootings

Commission to review projected growth and building permits Wednesday

The Growth Management Commission will recommend residential building permit allocations for 2025 and 2026 and estimate numbers for 2027 and 2028.

Carson City road report for May 27 to June 2, 2024

Carson City road report for May 27 to June 2, 2024

Remembering those who served at Carson’s Lone Mountain Cemetery

There are around 2,200 veterans buried in the historic cemetery including more than 40 Civil War-era veterans moved from Fort Churchill and reinterred in the 1880s.

July 4 fireworks to launch from Eagle Valley Golf Course

Nevada Rural Counties RSVP will host a golf tournament fundraiser, dinner and VIP fireworks viewing on the Fourth of July holiday.

Pioneer Spotlight: Dakota Cramer

Dakota Cramer plans to get her associate's degree and then transfer to a university to study business and marketing or veterinary medicine.

UPDATE: Woman reported missing found in jail

Jaydra Paoli, 35, was reported missing by her family in Washington, and law enforcement agencies are asking for public help to find her.

Supervisors adopt final budget, approve employee raises

Supervisors approved a minimum 5 percent pay increase for city employees effective at the end of the month that, according to proponents, will help the city recruit and retain workers.

Elementary school class meets actor in virtual visit

Bordewich Bray Elementary School fourth grade teacher’s Allie Davis found an interactive way to get her students excited about reading.

Brewery Arts Center announces summer concert lineup

The family-friendly events are scheduled every Saturday night from June 22 to Aug. 24.

Community band ‘You Asked For It’ concert Wednesday

The concert will present compositions requested by “Friends Of The Band” members such as “Marchissmo,” “Children’s Prayer,” “Raiders Of The Lost Ark,” and “A Copland Tribute."