19 hrs ago
The Star Press
Bear wandering at Lake Tahoe beach killed
A 3-year-old male black bear wanders onto a private beach on Lake Tahoe. / Courtesy of Nevada Department of Wildlife It's an indication this summer could be a particularly busy season for conflicts with the animal in Nevada, officials say.
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Cyclist injured in collision with truck
Bakersfiled, Calif., resident Clarence M. Aldridge was helicoptered for treatment after a Thursday morning collision with a truck in the Cave Rock Tunnel on Highway 50. A bicyclist was helicoptered for treatment after a Thursday morning collision with a truck in the Cave Rock Tunnel on Highway 50. The accident was reported at 10 a.m. Tahoe Douglas ... (more)
chili for honor
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lillies of the pond
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
New USS Nevada Plaque Unveiled in Carson City
A new plaque was unveiled Friday morning in Carson City honoring and remember the USS Nevada and those who served on it.
NHP Identifies Driver, Bicyclist in Cave Rock Accident
The Nevada Highway Patrol has identified the bicyclist and semi-truck driver involved in Thursday morning's accident inside Cave Rock in Douglas County.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Commodity foods distribution is set for July 18
Friends In Service Helping will distribute free USDA Commodity Foods from 9-11 a.m. Friday, July 18, at the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William St. Carson City families only may be eligible by signing the "Issuance Sheet" at the Carson City Community Center certifying that their household's annual income does not exceed federal poverty ... (more)
Black bear deemed threat to public, euthanized by NDOW
It was the first bear put down for public safety concerns in 2014. It's an indication this summer could be a particularly busy season for conflicts with the animal, experts say.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
KLAS-TV Las Vegas
State stepping in to help young man with rare disease
The young Las Vegas man with a rare and potentially deadly disorder is getting additional help from the State Health Department.
Murder Mystery show set aboard historic V&T train
The Brewery Arts Center will produce "Where is the Gold?" a Wild West melodrama and murder mystery dinner set aboard a vintage Virginia and Truckee Railroad steam engine train, on July 18 and Aug. 15. Passengers will interact with the cast as unique fictional characters of Northern Nevada's 1900s before departure.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
RTC Intercity Will Stop at Summit Mall Starting July 14th
From the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County: RTC INTERCITY, the commuter bus service linking downtown Reno and Carson City, will add a stop at the Summit Mall beginning on Monday, July 14th.
Earthquake Reporting System Had Glitch
Did you feel it when the ground shook Monday night? Thousands throughout Carson City and South Reno noticed the rumble, but it took nearly an hour to confirm the quake.
Sign-Ups for Emergency Conservation Program in Nevada
From the U.S. Department of Agriculture: A lack of moisture, over an extended period of time, has caused producers in Nevada to suffer from the effects of severe drought conditions.
Dry brush and high summer temperatures can create a high fire danger for homeowners,
Carson City cleared Independence Day weekend without a major fire, according to Fire Chief Stacey Giomi, but Monday he called for continued sensible behavior to help avoid one during this heat wave.
Carson City Sheriff's log: Woman arrested for felony DUI
At 7:53 a.m., Tanner Michael Seals, 22, of South Lake Tahoe was arrested on suspicion of being a fugitive from justice in the 4100 block of East Fifth Street.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Guy W. Farmer: What's the hurry on medical marijuana?
"What's the hurry?" I asked myself Thursday evening as the Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to bring so-called "medical marijuana" to Carson City.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
On track for some fun
Log in with a subscription to read the full story. Each user who logs in with a subscription will be entered in a monthly drawing for... AN IPAD MINI.* Arndt Tonneson pilots the McKeen Motorcar, originally built in 1910.
WNC News & Notes: Observatory leads student to astromony research project
Two Carson High School students got the chance to do real science research at an Arizona observatory this spring, thanks in large measure to Western Nevada College's Jack C. Davis Observatory.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
The Daily Republic
Nevada's Stewart Indian School offers little-known US history
A strong wind bullied through the Carson Valley in Nevada last weekend. It whistled and pushed itself through the trees, which isn't too difficult since you can see a lone tree from 10 miles away.