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Carson City first responders finish SWAT training

June 28, 2018 — The Carson City Sheriff's Office and Fire Department completed their SWAT school Friday. The school had six deputies and one firefighter vying for the SWAT or SWAT medic position. During the week, deputies learned skills such as open field maneuvers, vehicle extraction, operations tactics and

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Carson City real estate group hosts D.A.R.E. fundraiser

June 28, 2018 — One local business is doing its part to raise money for substance abuse education and awareness for Carson City students. The RMC Realty Group of Carson City is hosting its second annual D.A.R.E. Golf Tournament fundraiser to help maintain and strengthen the Sheriff's Office D.A.R.E.

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Carson City’s Joey Trotter wins motor officer challenge

June 27, 2018 — Carson City and Oregon motorcycle officers took home the gold last weekend at the 15th Annual Carson City Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge. Hillsboro Police Officer Darren Kangas won first place in the metric overall and Carson City Sheriff's Deputy Joey Trotter won first place

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Joint meeting focuses on Carson City student programs

June 22, 2018 — The Carson City Board of Supervisors and School Board met for their annual joint meeting Thursday to discuss the various programs in the community that are in place to help with student success. The joint board heard from organizations across Carson City, including Juvenile Probation,

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9 Lives Consignment comes to Carson City

June 21, 2018 — 9 Lives Consignment is bringing new life to the fashion industry in Carson City. When Nae Woody decided to open 9 Lives Consignment six months ago, she had just one dream: to bring high end fashion at a reasonable price to Carson City. "When I

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Carson City Sheriff’s officers using new body cameras

June 19, 2018 — The employees with the Carson City Sheriff's Office have been upgraded, with the implementation of their new body cameras. Per the new legislative statute, all law enforcement agencies in Nevada will be required to outfit their officers with body cameras. As per the statute, all

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Extreme motor officer challenge set for Carson City

June 19, 2018 — Battleborn pride is the name of the game at this year's Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge in Carson City. Carson City Sheriff's Office will be hosting its 15th annual Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge, a three-day event, from June 21 to June 23, that brings

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Escaped Carson City inmate arrested in Reno

June 18, 2018 — Authorities have arrested an inmate who escaped from the Carson City Jail last week. Michael Anthony Bass, 23, escaped the morning of June 12 from the jail and had been on the run until Reno Police located him Monday night. Bass had been in the Culinary

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Next generation of firefighters complete academy

June 18, 2018 — The Carson City Fire Department will be seeing six new faces, as they welcome the newest graduating class from its regional fire academy. Friends, family, loved ones and new coworkers all gathered at the Grand Sierra Resort Friday night to celebrate the 20 firefighters who

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Man injured in Carson City rollover crash

June 18, 2018 — One man was taken to the hospital following a rollover crash Monday afternoon. Around 2 p.m., deputies and paramedics responded to reports of a single vehicle crash on Curry Street behind the V&T Railroad Museum. Once on scene, deputies discovered an adult male trapped inside

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Carson City deputy takes shot at motor officer challenge

June 14, 2018 — For Carson City Deputy Michael Jerauld, this year's Extreme Motor Officer Training Challenge will be his first opportunity to show off his skills to the community he serves. The challenge is a three-day event hosted by the Sheriff's Office for motorcycle officers from around the

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Mile markers, milestones for Dayton grads

June 13, 2018 — Students filed onto the Dayton High School football field one last time Thursday night, adorned in maroon and silver caps and gowns, smiles brighter than the setting sun. Milestones were the theme of the night, with the students celebrating all they have achieved thus far

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Late Wednesday update: Voltaire Canyon fire at 504 acres, 30 percent containment

June 13, 2018 — Strong winds hindered firefighting efforts Wednesday as the Voltaire Fire burned on the west side of Carson City. By Wednesday evening 504 acres had burned in the canyon located behind the Galaxy movie theater. Officials estimated they had 30 percent contained at that time. Because

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Cullen challenging Antinoro for Storey County Sheriff

June 12, 2018 — After more than two decades in law enforcement, Carson City Sheriff's Sgt. Mike Cullen is looking to add some stars to his uniform. Cullen is hoping to bring his law enforcement knowledge to Storey County by running for the Sheriff's position. "I like getting to

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50 pounds of marijuana, guns discovered in Carson City residence

June 11, 2018 — One traffic stop led the Carson City Sheriff's Office to nearly 50 pounds of marijuana early Monday morning. Deputies with the Special Enforcement Team initiated a traffic stop Monday morning just after midnight for a vehicle that rolled through a stoplight near Parkland Avenue and

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Carson High School Class of 2018 graduates

June 9, 2018 — An estimated 5,000 people were in attendance Saturday morning as Carson High School celebrated the Class of 2018. More than 400 seniors walked across the stage to accept their diplomas as a successful four years of high school came to an end. "We are going

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8-year-old meets Carson City crews who saved his life

June 8, 2018 — There was a happy reunion Friday as one local boy met with the firefighters and paramedics who saved his life. On May 16, the Carson City Fire Department responded to an apartment fire on Pheasant Drive where 8-year-old Theodore Ntalikas was trapped inside the blaze.

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Carson High has five valedictorians, salutatorians

June 8, 2018 — This year, Carson High School will celebrate not two but five students at the top of the 2018 graduating class. This year, the school had two Valedictorians and one Salutatorian along with a Valedictorian and Salutatorian from their Jumpstart program. Jessica Camelon and Nicole Van

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Reno Rodeo helps fulfill 10-year-old Carson-Tahoe patient’s dream

June 8, 2018 — The Carson City Cancer Center was filled with happy tears Thursday after one young boy battling an autoimmune disease was granted his special wish. The Reno Rodeo Association surprised 10-year-old William Strange with a $6,500 check to send him on his dream vacation as a

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Carson City CASA in need of volunteers

June 6, 2018 — The Carson City CASA is in desperate need of volunteers to help with children in the foster system in the community. CASA, the Court Appointed Special Advocates, is a group of volunteers who work with kids to help provide them with support, resources and assistance

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