Beginning over the last weekend, Carson City residents began receiving letters letting them know that their data and financial information may have been compromised following a data breach involving water bill online payments.
The Nevada Division of Industrial Relations Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Safety Consultation and Training Section are urging businesses to assess the risk to and protect workers from exposure to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
The 2020 Celtic Music Series will continue on Feb. 15, 2020 in the Brewery Art Center’s performance hall in Carson City at 7 p.m. with Fortunate Strangers. This is the sixth season of Carson’s Celtic Music series.
Heading into Thursday and we’re looking at plenty of sunshine with a daytime high near 60. Happenings around the capital city include a cardio and strength connection class offered through Carson Tahoe Health and Wellness, Valentine-themed activities at Carson Mall, a Muscle Powered hike at Clear Creek Trail, Pilates at the Brewery Arts Center, the second of three Carson City school zone modification meetings and more.
Students from Wild Horse Children’s Theater in Carson City won a Freddie G Excellence in Music national theater award and earned recognition at the 2020 Junior Theater Festival West, which happened Feb. 7-9, 2020 at Wells Fargo Pavilion.
Nobility Trauma Clean-up LLC., which focuses on cleaning properties associated with death, hoarding, methamphetamine labs and general trauma, will host its grand opening on Feb. 29 at its new Carson City location, located at 2701 Conestoga Dr. No. 123.
Stuart Rathbone first learned about Donner Pass after he moved to Northern Nevada from the UK five years ago. As he got to know the story, he became increasingly fascinated with the scale of the journey over the Sierra, and the scale of the engineering involved in opening that route to traffic.
Kwashiorkor, affenpinscher, hsaing-waing, whippoorwill — these are only a few of the many challenging words participants in the 2020 Scripps National Spelling Bee could potentially be presented with and have to spell correctly in order to advance their hopes of becoming the 2020 National Champion.
CARSON CITY — Efforts to secure voting rights for Nevada women began as early as 1869 — just five years after statehood – but it wouldn’t be until 1914 that male voters passed the state’s women’s suffrage amendment.
More than 130 people attended Tuesday’s Nevada Manufacturing and Technology Forum at Western Nevada College in Carson City. The event featured tours and information on the college’s Automation & Industrial Technology Center.
Community – Wednesday, February 12, 2020 – 10:04am
by Kelsey Penrose
Happy Wednesday Carson City and say hello to our Nevada Humane Society’s Pet of the Week: Slade!
The National Honor Society is having a blood drive in the Carson High School library on Feb. 20 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Blood is in short supply in the winter months, but if 1 percent more of Americans donated, shortages would disappear for the foreseeable future. So come donate at Carson High School on Feb. 20. It only takes an hour, and the life you save could be your own.
CARSON CITY — Did you know you live in a watershed? Everyone does. The “I Am Carson River Watershed” campaign aims to connect our community to the watershed they live in and provide a few easy-to-do actions that can help keep our water healthy.
Looking ahead to Wednesday, we can expect sunny skies and continued highs in the mid-50s. Midweek events include a Dayton chamber breakfast with the founder of the Desert Pigs cleanup nonprofit group. Plus there’s the first of 5 days of Valentine-themed festivities that begins at Carson Mall; an open house at Bethlehem Lutheran School, a CASA information hour, a Carson City School District meeting regarding proposed middle school zone modification. Plus there’s a yoga class, Salsa dancing at Yaple’s Ballroom, country and pop dancing at Carson Lanes, a safety workshop for women and more.
According to a letter sent out to a group of residents who pay their water bill online in Carson City, their financial information was compromised due to a data breach, according to City Manager Nancy Paulson.
Early Voting for the Democratic Presidential Caucus will be held at the Dayton Senior Center Saturday, Feb. 15 only from 10am to 6pm. Nevada’s Democrats will have an opportunity to cast early votes for up to five candidates, in preference order, who are still in the running for delegates to the county, state and national conventions that will select the Democratic nominee for November’s presidential election. More information at caucus.nvdems.com.
Healthy people make healthy communities. What are the biggest barriers to overall health and quality healthcare here in northern Nevada? Learn about innovative approaches happening here in our community and what is being done to ensure all Nevadans can lead healthy, happy lives.
A Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a trained volunteer appointed by a judge to speak up for the best interests of children in foster care. CASA Volunteers are Everyday Heroes who come from all walks of life and serve as the eyes and ears of the Court.
With sunny skies and daytime highs in the 50s, Tuesday is shaping up to be a great day around the capital city. Muscle Powered will host morning and evening walks, plus there’s an assortment of meetings, club gatherings, art showings, a local school board meeting and more. At the end of the day, there’s no better way to cap off the evening than by celebrating, with your sweetheart, music about love. That will be what’s happening at Living the Good Life as Mile High Jazz Band and our celebrated vocalist Jakki Ford will do just that presenting “Jazz Sampler for Sweethearts.” Read on for details.
Simple pleasures, like nibbling on homemade French fries dipped in killer ranch dressing, are what social workers at the Nevada Division of Child and Family Services Carson City District Office look forward to most in the thick of daily stressors.
In this edition of It’s Your City, host Cortney Bloomer sits down with Linda Belgray to watch trailers and talk about this year’s upcoming slate of movies to be shown at the 7th annual International Film Festival, hosted by Friends of the Carson City Library.
Starting this weekend, Nevada’s Democrats will have an opportunity to cast early votes for up to five candidates, in preference order, who are still in the running for delegates to the county, state and national conventions that will select the Democratic nominee for November’s presidential election.
Precinct organization comes from people who live in your neighborhood. They are volunteer activists. They work diligently to know your concerns; they promote your issues and concerns to your local and state elected officials.
Democratic Presidential candidate Tom Steyer will visit Carson City this Wednesday, Feb. 12 and open a William Street office. Doors open at 6 p.m. The office is located at 1426 E William St., Suite 3, Carson City.
I’ve long wondered how the marathon run came to be 26 miles in the first place. So I did a little research and found the history to be fascinating. It all started, like so many other events in history, after tossing back a few beers, away back in 490 B.C.
Burning Man arrives early in Nevada this year. No, not that fall gathering in the desert. Dierks Bentley is returning to the Summer Concert Series at Harveys Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena for a concert on Saturday, Aug. 15, and he will bring his award-winning song “Burning Man” with him.