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Carson City cycling into the future

Carson City seems poised for a cycling rush, a change in how residents commute.

City: No pollution going into Carson River in EPA case

A recent settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency alleges the city was in violation of the Clean Water Act pretreatment program.

Carson Tahoe cornhole tourney raises money for cancer patients

Hope hung in the air Aug. 5 as dozens of people showed up near McFadden Plaza downtown to play cornhole and raise funds for local cancer patients.

Carson resident talks animals in Wildlife Board appointment

Tim Wilson, a retired state worker, was appointed to the city's Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife that advises the state’s wildlife commission.

Supervisors move forward with affordable housing plan

Supervisors approved an agreement in order to secure a $2.2 million loan for development of 80 affordable housing units.

Carson library looking at internal candidates for director

The board is trying to fill the position of library director with the departure of Tod Colegrove, who took the position in 2019.

Carson City jazz festival enters 19th year

The 19th Jazz and Beyond Music & Art Festival starts Friday and extends to Aug. 21.

Carson sheriff: Fentanyl not being shipped by mail

A powdery substance found in the mail by Carson City residents over the weekend was not fentanyl or anything else dangerous, Sheriff Ken Furlong said.

Dog rules for Carson City parks moving forward

A new set of dog rules for Carson City’s parks and trailheads is moving to the Board of Supervisors with some exceptions.

Carson supervisors eye $5M for infrastructure bonds

Up to $5.55 million would be used for infrastructure projects, namely the William Street corridor project.

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