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Argument over trip preceded Nevada husband's death
According to court documents, a Zephyr Cove woman argued with her husband over a trip she wanted to take to Southern California to visit her daughter before he was shot and killed.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Carson City JobConnect Launches Campaign to Find Opportunities for Jobseekers
In an effort to put more Nevadans back to work, Nevada JobConnect is hosting a special campaign in Carson City, Douglas County, and Lyon County to get more employers to list their job openings with the state's One-Stop Employment Centers.
Vigil held for puppies in rabies case
Rob Leonard of Gardnerville and Marc Reyes of Minden with signs in front of the Nevada Legislature in Carson City on Wednesday evening.
Ross to open its doors Saturday
Ross Dress For Less, an off-price apparel chain store, is opening the Carson City outlet at Southgate shopping center Saturday after moving in from northern Douglas County.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The R-C Morning Report for March 3
Today is the first day to file for nonjudicial elective office in Nevada. I'm told to expect a line at the Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer's office this morning.
NHP Still Seeking Info About Pedestrian Hit Near Stateline
Troopers were called shortly after 3AM Saturday, August 10, 2013, to a crash involving a pedestrian struck by a pickup on eastbound US 50 near Lake Parkway in Douglas County.
School Board Trustee Ross Chichester files for a second term on the Douglas County School Board.
District Attorney Mark Jackson files paperwork on Monday morning for a third term with the help of Deputy Clerk Concha Lord.
Man gets probation for shooting up Gardnerville businesses
A 23-year-old Gardnerville man who admitted firing into a Gardnerville bar and two other businesses two years ago was ordered Monday to serve 30 days in Douglas County Jail as a term of probation.
Shalene Hillbrick died Monday following a 3-year battle with cancer.
Minden resident Shalene Hillbrick died Monday following a three-year battle with cancer.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Douglas County officials are hosting a Financial State of the County event on March 10, 2014.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
NHP Releases Drivers' Names in Douglas County Accident
Nevada Highway Patrol has released the names of the two drivers involved in an accident on State Route 208 north of Topaz Lake Monday afternoon.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Political season opens Monday with filing
Filing for nonjudicial office on Monday kicks off the 2014 election season. Lots of folks have said they plan on running, but over the next two weeks they'll have to put their money where their mouths are, at least if they're running for paid office.
Washoe, Douglas enjoy a brain gain
Nevada imports more highly educated people than it exports, and Washoe and Douglas counties do the best in attracting educated people, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released in January.
Guest bartender night benefits Storkes
East Fork Local 3726 station is having a guest bartender night, 5 p.m., Wednesday, at The Corner Bar, 1596 Esmeralda Ave., Minden.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Sheriff announces appointment of new deputy Michael Beals
Douglas County Sheriff Ron Pierini announced the recent appointment of a new Douglas County deputy sheriff.
Ceremony tops out 40 years' labor
Esther Murdock and Alice Lamb of Gardnerville and AnnMarie Daniel of Minden enjoy the music and festivities at the topping out ceremony for the Douglas County Community and Senior Center on Thursday.
Third candidate lines up for sheriff
He recently retired after a 21-year career with the Nevada Highway Patrol and Department of Public Safety Investigations Division.
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Tahoe casinos see huge loss in January gaming win
The Nevada Gaming Control Board released a report Friday on the $884 million in revenue that rolled in last month.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Mokrohisky will take Oregon job
County Manager Steve Mokrohisky announced Friday afternoon that he has accepted the position of Lane County administrator after several days of deliberation.
Judge says 'no' to delaying death penalty case
In a decision that puts prosecutors in a difficult situation, a Douglas County District Court judge has decided not to delay the start of a death penalty trial set to go into opening statements as early as Tuesday.