Carson City


Supervisors waive sewer fees for southeast Carson expansion

The incentive period was set at 48 months after property owners receive notices of availability of city sewer.

Carson City women recognized for making a difference

The Carson City Chamber recognized a dozen women during a luncheon Wednesday.

Ride for Reading volunteers needed in Carson City

Muscle Powered is partnering with the Western Nevada Safe Routes to School program to deliver, by bicycle, 500 to 800 books to Bordewich Bray Elementary School.

Realtor group: Buyers, sellers ‘both in the market’

In February, Carson saw 30 sales of existing single-family homes, a 41.2 decrease from the previous year but a 42.9 percent increase from January.

Silver Springs schools locked down after false gun report

Three schools in Silver Springs were put in lockdown Wednesday after a student was reported to have a gun.

State trustee group tours Carson City school

Eagle Valley Middle School’s expansion was completed last year.

Lawmakers cut thousands of higher ed employees out of state worker bonus bill

A bill backed by Gov. Joe Lombardo proposing a pair of $500 bonuses for state employees is being amended to exclude more than 7,700 professional employees in the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE).

Western Nevada College, Redwood Materials announce partnership

The training program for safe and effective battery recycling practices uses the Mobile Manufacturing Lab.

Carson City plans water service maintenance Sunday

Maintenance work affecting water service in the Timberline and University Heights areas.

Foster care recruitment helps ‘humanize’ process

Residents offered an opportunity to ask various experts about the application process and preparing for accepting foster children.

Carson City largely avoids flooding; new storm coming

“We are concerned with the additional warm storm forecasts as the ground is saturated."

Local producer creates western film to show April 7

“Crazy Woman Creek” deals with a woman's struggles of being mistreated physically and mentally and her resilience in the old West.

Relentless winter brings pros, cons for Tahoe ski resorts

A relentless winter has dumped more than 50 feet of snow on mountain resorts around the lake over the past three months.

RTC approves multiple federal funding requests

RTC members unanimously approved more than $5 million in federal funding requests.

Supervisors face deputy dispute, code repeal, sewer hookups

Labor dispute between the city and the Carson City Deputy Sheriff’s Association leads the agenda.