Carson City Health and Human Services on Tuesday reported an additional death due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.
Carson City Health and Human Services on Monday reported two additional deaths due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.
The Nevada Senate on Friday approved legislation restricting the governor’s ability to make appointments to the Public Employee Benefits Program board.
Partnership Carson City will hold its annual Drug Round-up on Saturday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
April 18-24 is National Volunteer Week. The theme for this year is the value of one, the power of many, which reflects on how one person can make a difference in a community when they volunteer and work with others toward a common goal.
Carson City Sheriff’s Office was awarded a $61,453 grant through the State of Nevada Off-Highway Vehicle Program. This grant enabled the purchase of an off-road vehicle and accessories.
Most legislative committees shut down Friday to make time for extended floor sessions as the second major deadline approaches.
Carson City’s 18 playgrounds bring joy and relaxation for an average of about 3,000 citizens per location. But they’re also a potential liability to the city if anyone gets hurt using any one of them.
Nevada lawmakers are now considering whether to make people who undertake organized harassment — commonly known as doxxing — legally accountable for their acts.
I am going to share my vegetarian fajita recipe. This is a quick and easy recipe that is done in the oven on a sheet pan. It can easily be modified to include a meat or seafood of your choice.
Carson High School senior Cristian Garcia Perez will be headed to Hanover, New Hamshire where he will be attending Dartmouth College.
Carson City Health and Human Services reported 15 new cases and 15 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region on Friday.
Current times are still difficult for many, and although society is moving towards safe and positive change, many young people still feel isolated and disconnected. The following is one CHS student’s story about overcoming a personal struggle.
Ken Furlong and eight other Nevada sheriffs have signed on to a letter, along with a total of 274 sheriffs across the U.S., blaming President Joe Biden for criminals, drug dealers and gang members coming illegally into the U.S.