The Carson City School District is asking parents to mark their calendars for Tuesday, April 6, when all pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, new and returning student updates and registrations will begin. Pre-K and kindergarten registration traditionally has been the first week of March.
The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.
The automated materials handler at the Carson City Library offers a touchless service for staff and the public to return materials by minimizing the number of touches.
Reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office
This recipe is adapted from a Serious Eats recipe where I was introduced to a Japanese method of making bread that uses what is called a “yukone.”
Researchers at Lake Tahoe are using tiny bubbles to combat the spread of invasive weeds that rob the alpine lake of its clarity.
Road Report as of Feb. 25. The following applies to March 1-7:
Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 11 new cases and 46 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.
All Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp programs are required to be inspected by the Area Manager
Carson Animal Services Initiative founder and chair Lisa Schuette will be the guest speaker at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting.
People who work in the Nevada Legislature were offered access to their first rounds of coronavirus vaccines on Thursday, almost one month into the 2021 legislative session.
Ryan Soulier a junior at Carson High School placed third in the State American Legion High School U.S. Constitutional Speech Contest, at Western Nevada College on Feb. 20.
Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 35 new cases and 49 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region.
Carson City is updating the city’s strategic plan which includes the vision, mission and goals that drive the work of the Board of Supervisors and the city manager for the next five years.
The Carson City School District soon will mark a year of operating under a pandemic that changed daily school operations and academic growth in ways no one expected, Superintendent Richard Stokes reported in his State of the District message Tuesday, but he remains “confident we will be back in school this fall.”