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Nevada trapping regulation debate rages on
Trappers say the revisions in the maximum number of days that can pass between site visits to some traps are too stringent, while trapping critics say they don't go far enough.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
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Bus becomes shower for the homeless
A nonprofit group is taking a novel approach to helping the homeless in San Francisco with a new bus that allows them to take a shower.
Major paving begins as part of U.S. 50 project
Major paving begins as part of U.S. 50 project Single lane closures expected from 7 p.m. to 11 a.m. weekdays.
Honor System Vet, 100, to donate money he received after robbery
James V. Sorrentino, of Carson City, Nev., received the hefty lump sum in the form of an oversized check from members of Western Nevada College's Veterans Resource Center on Friday, nearly two months after two men forced their way into his home looking for a safe on May 25. A 100-year-old veteran is "overwhelmed" and paying it forward after fellow ... (more)
Michigan visitor comes to see Yerington PO mural
Michigan visitor comes to see Yerington PO mural Visitor to Yerington comes from Michigan to see 1930s downtown Post Office mural.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Shaffer: Seattle mom quits job, embarks on trip to see 51 capitals in 51 days
In the dream, she hit 51 capitals in 51 days, counting Washington, D.C., following a circuit from Salem to Baton Rouge, Tallahassee to Annapolis, Montpelier to Boise.
NV veteran gets surprise $1K check after robbery
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SEUSSICAL production set
Youth Theatre Carson City is thrilled to announce the upcoming production of "SEUSSICAL, JR.," an adventure through the world of Dr. Seuss.
Part 1 Carson Mint: A new mint for the new state of Nevada
The U.S. Mint in Carson City in about 1875. The building at 600 N. Carson St., built under the supervision of Abraham Curry, now serves as the Nevada State Museum.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Several small fires occur in Carson area
Ironically, Saturday became a day in which the Carson City Fire Department could've had a similar mantra to the unofficial Post Office motto and that would have been fitting since firefighters had to act quickly to put out a fire near the Post Office on Roop Street.
Major Paving Begins as Part of U.S. 50 Repaving, Improvement Project
From the Nevada Department of Transportation: Major paving work is scheduled to start Sunday evening, July 20 on U.S. 50 in the Moundhouse area as part of a Nevada Department of Transportation project to enhance the highway.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
101-year-old Veteran surprised with big check after home invasion
It's been a good week for 101-year-old veteran, James Sorrentino of Carson City.
Farm City' author to speak Saturday morning
Author Novella Carpenter, center, tours the Greenhouse Project, in Carson City, Nev., on Friday, July 18, 2014.
Clear Creek Fire: 75% contained
Crews have reported progress on a western Nevada wildfire that had threatened the ranch of former casino owner John Ascuaga.
Nevada's Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.7 Percent in June
Nevada's unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent in June. This percentage is the lowest it has been in nearly six years.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Dayton couple debuts first cabernet sauvignon vintage
Dayton couple debuts first cabernet sauvignon vintage Northern Nevada couple debuts their first vintage of cabernet sauvignon.
What Defines an Evacuation
When fire broke out along Jacks Valley Road Wednesday night, residents geared up.
4-H teaches them well
Parker Story of Dayton representing the Arrowhead Livestock Club with Amelia. The work 4-H kids will be display at the NV150Fair beginning July 31. As we countdown to the NV150Fair in Carson City, we want to honor the kids who make the fair so special.