Carson City


‘Snowshoe Thompson: Superhero of the Sierra’ set for Saturday

David and Gayle Woodruff will present a Chautauqua in the Carriage House behind the Foreman-Roberts Historic House, 1207 N. Carson St., during Mark Twain Days.

Lions host food drop-off Saturday in Dayton

The Dayton Valley Lions will host a drive-through food drop-off to help with restocking Healthy Communities’ food pantry from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Grocery Outlet.

Dirty Dough cookie franchise plans Carson City opening

Marlon and Rosy Flores, 37 and 34, soon will open a Dirty Dough cookie franchise at 2158 E. William St. next to the Grocery Outlet, with a grand opening planned for the end of June.

LCSO, North Lyon Fire confirm former Fernley councilmember McCassie dead

Investigation confirms former Fernley Councilman and North Lyon fire board member Dan McCassie died May 2 of natural causes.

Gang fight yields 14 arrests by Carson sheriff

The CCSO Gang Unit and Special Enforcement Team investigated a fight at 20 College Parkway.

Commercial vacancy study: Carson markets balanced

The market for commercial space in Carson City has found a good degree of balance following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent study.

Yerington woman dies in structure fire Monday

At approximately 11:49 p.m. Monday, the Lyon County Sheriff's Office Communications Division received a 911 call of a reported residential structure fire on Spence Lane in Yerington. The Yerington/Mason Valley Fire Department, deputies from the Lyon County Sheriff's Office, Southern Command Patrol Division and the Yerington Police Department responded to the residence.

Carson City Symphony to present ‘Pleasures of Music’ Friday

The Carson City Symphony Association will present a concert, "Pleasures of Music," at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Shepherd of the Sierra Lutheran Church in Carson City.

NDOT improvements on U.S. 50 Dayton project in progress

Project features including signalized intersections at Cardelli and River Boat roads and Six Mile Canyon and Fort Churchill roads.

Carson’s DuBois Health Food Center turns 60

Phil DuBois opened the first iteration of DuBois Health Food Center in 1964.

Dayton resident arrested for possession of child pornography

Lyon County Sheriff's deputies investigated a Little League coach's residence and found images and videos of youth engaging in sexual acts on electronic devices.

15 Carson High FBLA students qualify for nationals

More than 48 Carson High School Future Business Leaders of America students attended the state conference in Sparks.

Carson City road report for May 6 to 12, 2024

Carson City road report for May 6 to 12, 2024

WNC names Conchas student employee of the year

Tickets are available to all eight performances of Western Nevada Musical Theatre Co.’s presentation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella,” starting on Friday, May 10.

JoAnne Skelly: Be kind to bees – ‘No Mow May’

Bee City USA is promoting “No Mow May” suggesting we mow every two to three weeks rather than weekly.