Lows in the 20s are likely for Carson City on Sunday, while highs are expected to remain below freezing.
Comma Coffee in downtown Carson City has temporary closed its doors following suspension of its license by the Carson City and Douglas County Public Health Regional Partnership.
The question of whether to allow marijuana retail stores and medical dispensaries along a section of North Carson Street will now head to the Carson City Board of Supervisors.
Carson City Public Works Director Darren Schulz said his now-retired colleague, Robb Fellows, knows how every drop of water travels through the community. “A drop of rain would fall somewhere in Carson, and you could ask Robb, and he could tell you how that drop of water would travel to get to the river,” Schulz told the Appeal. “He knows how water flows through this city like no one else.”
A new vape and tobacco shop in a strip mall north of the Carson High School baseball field has raised questions about regulations regarding nicotine products and schools. “I bring my daughter to school in the mornings, and there it was,” said Carson City resident Jerome Lala. “It’s an inappropriate place to put a vape store.”
Three juveniles are in custody, one juvenile remains in critical condition in Reno, and investigators believe drugs could be the motive in a Tuesday night shooting in east Carson City.
The Planning Commission will evaluate a request to allow marijuana retail stores in north Carson on Wednesday.
36 businesses were subjected to an alcohol server compliance check.
Supervisors voted unanimously to allocate $222,397 toward goals in the Carson City Housing Plan.
Lori Bagwell says she intends to run for reelection in 2024.
On the table are $1.16 million to support the Carson City Housing Plan.
Carson City will be creating a long-term plan for greater tourism appeal that also includes Carson Valley and Virginia City.
Streets near Carson Middle School and Bordewich Bray Elementary will be addressed.
Carson City code enforcement officers posted a notice barring entry onto the second floor.
The Cultural Commission is charged with overseeing public art and cultural issues.
More storms are expected this weekend through Wednesday.
Policy sets where dogs are allowed in 8,000 acres of parks, trails and open space.
A winter storm warning for the greater Sierra region is in effect until Friday.
Supervisors will be busy at their Thursday meeting.
It was a packed house Friday in First Judicial Court in Carson City as newly elected public servants were sworn in by District Court Judges James T. Russell and James Wilson. “Public service is a responsibility to be taken very seriously,” Russell told those attending the brief ceremony.
Every year it is reviewed, and, according to the city’s own strategic plan, it will need an update by 2025.
$1.1 million for south Carson Redevelopment Area No. 2.
The Capital to Tahoe Trail will connect to the Tahoe Rim Trail and, by extension, the Pacific Crest Trail.
The 24-acre site lies west of Airport Road, east of Intestate 580 and south of Menlo Drive.
According to CTH, the apprentice program increases “the likelihood of retention.”
The assisted-living care facility would include a trio of three-story residential towers.
Transportation officials are developing a comprehensive GIS map of the city’s right of way.
Carson City planning commissioners have more than a dozen agenda items to review Tuesday.
Aubrey Rowlatt recommended the public administrator’s office be separated from the clerk-recorder’s office.
“We have to understand that for 40 years, people have been struggling with this.”
The Board of Supervisors meet Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in the community center.
Developers of a 126-unit affordable housing project in north Carson are moving forward.
Jason Woodbury was returned to office for his third term.
There were 49 reported cases of RSV the week of Nov. 27 through Dec. 3.
The new state Assembly minority leader will be facing a Democratic majority when the Legislature convenes in February.
The event is a celebration of art and a chance to help those in need.
There were 36 closed sales in October, down 50 percent from the previous year.
HWAH will host its annual shopping event for upward of 200 Carson City School District students on Dec. 14.
“After a big incident, we’ll watch the film and go over it together."
Operators are proposing to raise $1 million a year for capital improvements and operations.
The businesses have been gearing up for the holiday shopping season.
Top Music, Arts, and Beyond has guitars, art supplies and home décor.
Raccoons have been slipping down the storm drains on the west side of Carson City
The 1986 Honda Accord is used to transport clients in emotional crisis.
Transportation officials are eyeing a zero-emission electrified future, at least for public transit.
The partners envision a dynamic marketplace with changing inventories and special events.
Supervisors unanimously certified the results of the Nov. 8 general election.
The Carson City Deputy District Attorney Association is now a bargaining unit.