As the February 22 presidential caucuses on inch closer, the party is amassing a slew of volunteers — for staffing sites on caucus day, registering voters and making calls, among other things.

On January 23, 2020, the Nevada Rural Housing Authority reported a complaint about an identity theft attempt in Lyon County in relation to the NRHA Weatherization Program.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warrant for 32-year-old Carson City man Jason Michael Fisher. The warrant is for failure to appear on a charge of domestic battery first, and failure to appear on a charge of domestic battery second.

Fisher is 32, 5’10” tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds, according to the warrant. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

Just after 2:30 p.m. on Friday, a non-injury accident involving two vehicles was reported at Long and Roop Streets after one vehicle was reported to have run a red light and struck another vehicle.

The last Carson City School Board meeting of January will be held Tuesday, Jan. 28 in the Sierra Room of the Community Center, located at 851 E. William Street beginning at 7 p.m.

On the docket for discussion will be the rezoning of Fremont Elementary-zoned students for Eagle Valley, recognition of teachers, an update on the elementary reading program, and more.

During the annual “State of the City” address Friday at Gold Dust West, Carson City’s Mayor Bob Crowell gave his last speech of its kind, as he is retiring at the end of this year.

The State of the City address is a way community members can be kept up to date on everything going on in our capital city, including achievements, challenges, and everything in between.

Updates included achievements such as the completion of the water pipeline from Douglas County to Carson City, the Complete Streets Project, Tesla’s grant for the Carson City School District, the first new park opening in 12 years, the opening of the Disc Golf course, and more.

CARSON CITY — The Carson Ranger District on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is pleased to announce the return of the popular Forest Ranger-led snowshoe walks. The walks begin this Saturday, Jan. 25, and will be offered every Saturday through March 28.

A 31-year-old Gardnerville man and a 29-year-old transient man were arrested in the area of the Goni Water Tower after deputies were alerted to a man in a vehicle next to the tower who appeared to be incapacitated and found they were allegedly using drugs and were in possession of several bottles of mercury.

A vehicle crash with injury was reported around 8 a.m. on Friday morning near Goni and Hot Springs Road.

Heading into the last weekend of January there’s a mountain of activities around the Carson City region over the next three days. Events include a Chinese New Year Celebration at the Nevada State Museum and the Children's Museum of Northern Nevada. The Carson Comedy Club hosts its first Military Appreciation Night on Friday at the Carson Nugget. Carson Valley’s 18th annual Eagles and AG Photo Contest will be underway and live music will keep the Silver State buzzing with excitement. Read on for more information.

A Carson City man facing charges of sexual assault and lewdness with children was found dead Thursday afternoon in Douglas County in what appears to be a self-inflicted suicide by gunshot.

Eugene Thomas Nichols Jr., 48, was arrested in mid December for lewdness with a child under the age of 14.

In the fall of 2018, the Carson City Board of Supervisors approved a plan submitted by Sheriff Furlong to fund a Traffic Enforcement Unit in the community. The Sheriff justified his proposal by evidence of rising accident rates and fatalities of both drivers and pedestrians in the area.

SACRAMENTO – State fish advisories issued Thursday for Bridgeport Reservoir and Topaz Lake in Mono County provides safe eating advice for multiple species of fish. The advisory for Bridgeport Reservoir provides safe eating advice for Brown Trout, Golden Shiner, Mountain Whitefish, Rainbow Trout, and Sacramento Perch. The advisory for Topaz Lake provides safe eating advice for black bass species, Mountain Sucker, Rainbow Trout, and Sacramento Sucker.

U.S. Senators Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen of Nevada announced Thursday that $13,417,083 in grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development under the Continuum of Care Program, which provides support for those experiencing homelessness, will be awarded to organizations in the Silver State.

Carson City area citizens spent their MLK Day in the canyons near East Silver Saddle Ranch cleaning up dumpsites. In total, more than 50 volunteers removed 7,080 pounds of trash from the natural area. Items of all kinds were taken out of the canyons including plastic bottles, tires, yard trimmings, toys, and even kitchen sinks.

The Empire Ranch Trail between Riverview Park and Morgan Mill in Carson City is temporarily closed during reconstruction; the trail was damaged during flooding in 2017.

On Thursday morning, the Boys and Girls Club of Western Nevada was presented with a donation of $1,500 by the Nevada Artist’s Association to help with the cost of art programs at the club.

The Carson City School District recently added a new video to a playlist at CarsonCitySchools.com that highlights how incredible the teaching profession is as well as the many challenges faced and rewards that come from being an educator.

Douglas County has multiple priority projects on the books right now, including education innovation, distinctive downtowns, becoming an aviation destinations and more, but one in particular has it’s roots set firmly in the Carson valley’s history of agriculture, and that is "Agrihoods."

The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced Thursday the appointment of Colin Robertson as its first Nevada Division of Outdoor Recreation administrator.

A 39-year-old Carson City man was arrested early Thursday in the area of West Winnie Lane and North Division for suspicion of DUI and speeding, a sheriff's deputy report said.

RENO — For the first time since 2008, Reno-Tahoe International Airport served almost 4.5 million passengers, up 5.7 percent over 2018, and the fifth consecutive increase in year-over-year passenger growth.

Heading into Thursday, activities lined up include a cardio and strength connection class offered through Carson Tahoe Health and Wellness, a Polka Dot Powerhouse Women's Group luncheon at Red's Old 395 Grill, art showings, live music with Dale Poune at Gather, a meeting of the Carson City GOP at Casino Fandango featuring speaker Bob Potts from the Governor's Office of Economic Development, and more.

The Carson Comedy Club will host its first Military Appreciation Night this Friday at the Carson Nugget in Carson City, featuring headliner comedian Mike Betancourt.

It wasn’t pretty, but Nevada pulled away from in-state rival UNLV 86-72 on Wednesday at Lawlor Events Center in Reno.

Nnedi Stephens, Regional Political Director of the Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign, will take the floor at Monday's Democratic luncheon. This luncheon series is giving Democrats still undecided ahead of next month's precinct caucuses a chance to weigh the candidates' positions on a range of issues and ask probing questions on topics of special interest to Nevadans.

The Nevada Rural Housing Authority has been notified of a scam that happened in Lyon County and is alerting people in surrounding areas — Carson City, Douglas, Storey, and Churchill counties — of the crime.

County managers representing Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, Storey, Churchill and Mineral counties gathered Wednesday in Carson City as a part of Northern Nevada Development Authority's annual “State of the Counties” meeting.

Carson City Public Works is currently investigating discolored water in the Stanton Park and Empire Ranch areas in east Carson City. Discoloration is caused by naturally occurring minerals that accumulate in our water system. The water is safe to drink.

Nevada Health Centers’ Mammovan will offer mammography screenings in Gardnerville, Dayton, Reno and Carson City through the end of the month.

Bo-Keito is a one-year-old Blue-tick Coonhound and has had a difficult time finding a forever home. He was actually adopted from the shelter, but was returned just after Christmas, which is incredibly sad.

An elderly driver involved in a single vehicle crash that happened New Year's Eve in Genoa died Monday at a local area hospital, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Learn about the theories of how life formed on Earth and the possibility of life on other planets during aquatic ecologist Marianne Denton’s presentation “Astrobiology: We’re Still Figuring Out How Life Started on Earth” this Saturday, Jan. 25 at Western Nevada College's Jack. C. Davis Observatory.

A 41-year-old man was arrested Jan. 19 in the 800 block of Sharrow Way for suspicion of burglary, a Carson City sheriff's report said.

Hitting the halfway mark of the shortened work week, Wednesday events around town include Northern Nevada Development Authority's The Business Edge monthly meeting, "State of the Counties" at Casino Fandango, a Capital City Arts Initiative reception for the "Photo Finished 2020" exhibition featuring the works of 9 Carson High School students, a Bee City USA Carson City meeting at the community center, a women's Seeking Safety workshop, and more.

The Carson City Fire Department will be conducting wildland fuels reduction prescribed burn operations beginning Wednesday, Jan. 22, in the Timberline area throughout the week, weather permitting.

Carson City School District officials confirmed Tuesday that Carson High School Vice Principal Marc Rodina was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. According to a statement from the district, the incident occurred Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, in Douglas County.

Northern Nevada Development Authority announced Tuesday its joint business support program with the Adams Hub of Northern Nevada. In partnership with the Carson City Library, the organizations will leverage their combined capabilities and resources to support the business growth and expansion needs of existing companies in Carson City and the region.

With the annual nationwide homeless “Count Day” around the corner, two Carson High School seniors are conducting a homeless drive and have created a GoFundMe page for monetary donations to support the effort.

Hand-made noisemakers, dancing, music and a short parade will all help usher in The Year of the Rat in Carson City this Saturday, Jan. 25.

The Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range will be closed for construction starting Jan. 27, 2020. For safety reasons, all shooting activities, including reservations and public use, are canceled during construction. The construction schedule is anticipated to last approximately 10 weeks, although it will be contingent on weather conditions.

The English Language Learners In-Home Program, formerly ESL In-Home Program of Nevada, offers citizenship classes to those seeking to understand the rights and responsibilities of becoming a U.S. citizen. Students are invited to attend as many sessions as needed until they have their interview with immigration.

Theatre Carson City is thrilled to announce our upcoming production of Shrek the Musical, Jr, which will run for 8 performances over two weekends, January 17-26, 2020 in Bob Boldrick Theatre at the Carson City Community Center.

The popular 4-H Fabric sale returns to Fuji Park Exhibit building, 701 Clear Creek Road, Carson City, on Saturday, Feb. 1 and Sunday, Feb. 2.

Sales times for Saturday, Feb. 1 are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Sunday, Feb. 2 , sales times will run from 9 a.m. to noon. Fabrics of all kinds and sewing notions will be available for purchase. Most fabric will be sold for a dollar a yard. All proceeds from the sale will benefit Carson City, Storey County's 4-H Council scholarship funds.

The first of a series of 12 educational gardening classes presented through the collaboration of Carson Tahoe Health and The Greenhouse Project begins this Friday, Jan. 24. Site managers Cory King and William Pierz have put together the monthly series of classes.

The Carson Comedy Club will host its first Military Appreciation Night this Friday at the Carson Nugget in Carson City, featuring headliner comedian Mike Betancourt.

The Mason Valley Beekeepers will hold a one-day workshop Jan. 25 for people wanting to start beekeeping or for those interested in learning more about the amazing honey bee. You will be given all the basic knowledge to get started in beekeeping.

CARSON CITY — The Carson Ranger District on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is pleased to announce the return of the popular Forest Ranger-led snowshoe walks. The walks begin this Saturday, Jan. 25, and will be offered every Saturday through March 28.

Hand-made noisemakers, dancing, music and a short parade will all help usher in The Year of the Rat in Carson City this Saturday, Jan. 25.

Come to Brewery Art Center’s Performance Hall on January 25, 2020 to experience Loud As Folk, hosted by Spike McGuire. This is one night only, and the showcase will be feature performances by Whitney Myer, Jelly Bread’s Dave and Cliff, Mel and Gia, and Tyler Stafford. Be sure to grab your tickets so you don’t miss out.

Learn about the theories of how life formed on Earth and the possibility of life on other planets during aquatic ecologist Marianne Denton’s presentation “Astrobiology: We’re Still Figuring Out How Life Started on Earth” this Saturday, Jan. 25 at Western Nevada College's Jack. C. Davis Observatory.

Saturday night karaoke at the Y-NOT Saloon 152 E. Long St. in Carson City. Karaoke by Jeff Stevens from 8:00PM to 11:00PM come one come all come sing and have a great time.

The National Rifle Association’s award-winning crime prevention and personal safety seminar, Refuse To Be A Victim will be held Sunday Jan. 26 2020 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Battle Born Ammunition & Firearms Training Room, 4630 US Highway 50 E Unit 7 Carson City.

If you are interested in learning mosaic, there's a class offered in Dayton this month especially for you. This is Mosaic Class 101 and is a 2 to 2 ½-hour class and is designed to help you learn to use the bare necessities and to help you plan for your next project. Your Mosaic 101 project is an 8-inch stepping stone.

The Misfits Theater Group in Dayton is holding auditions for its Spring melodrama “Showdown at Phingerdoo or Bad Day at Dead Frog Flats” on Sunday, January 26 at 6 p.m. at the Dayton Library, 321 Dayton Valley Rd, Dayton. This old-time melodrama directed by Andra Woolman is set in the Wild West and has a cast of eight (8) men and five (5) women. As with all melodramas, good triumphs over evil, love wins out, and laughs abound! Performance dates are April 24, 25, 26 and May 1, 2, 3 at the Odeon Hall in Dayton. For more information, contact the director at 775-430-3974.

You’ve probably heard that Yoga is good for you. Maybe you’ve even tried it and discovered that it makes you feel better. Regular practice can offer all kinds of mental and physical health benefits. Some, like improved flexibility, are clearly evident.

Others, including mental clarity and stress reduction, maybe more subtle but are just as powerful. When putting together, the benefits contribute to an increased feeling of well-being. Join us every Wednesday from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM at the Health & Wellness Institute, Suite 250, 1470 Medical Pkwy, Carson City.

Nnedi Stephens, Regional Political Director of the Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign, will take the floor at Monday's Democratic luncheon. This luncheon series is giving Democrats still undecided ahead of next month's precinct caucuses a chance to weigh the candidates' positions on a range of issues and ask probing questions on topics of special interest to Nevadans.

Anyone is welcome to join Partnership Carson City for its second free Wellness Yoga series Mondays at 5:15 p.m. for one hour at the Carson City Community Center.

All ages and genders can attend to take a physical and mental break as well as approach pain management in a holistic way, said Hannah McDonald, executive director of Partnership Carson City.

If you've had problems with your heart, or have diabetes, a healthy lifestyle is the best way to get you feeling like you should. We've created Cardio and Strength Connection to help you develop a healthy exercise program in a safe and comfortable environment.

Come join us every Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Health and Wellness Institute, Suite 250, 1470 Medical Pkwy. Cost: $10 monthly.

The Carson City Toastmasters meet Tuesdays, noon at the Black Bear Diner, Max Casino in the Atrium in the back, to the right after entering Black Bear.

Max Casino is located at 900 S Carson St Carson City. Membership Restriction: None; the club is open to all interested parties.

See the website here for more information: https://www.toastmasters.org/Find-a-Club/00001813-00001813

Alzheimer's disease is not a normal part of aging. It's a disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Join the Alzheimer's Association of Northern Nevada for a free presentation Jan. 28 in Gardnerville to learn about the impact of Alzheimer's, the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia, Alzheimer's disease stages and risk factors, and current research and treatments available to address some symptoms.

PAL meets every Tuesday night at Partnership Carson City, 1925 N Carson St at 6 p.m. to provide continuing education and support, at no charge, for parents, spouses and those trying to save a family member from addiction to alcohol or drugs. By attending our meetings, you will learn proven ways to help your loved one find recovery from addiction. You will also give and receive support from others who are facing the same challenges you are. Everyone over 18 is welcome to attend. No need to register, just show up at a meeting.

LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain.

The last Carson City School Board meeting of January will be held Tuesday, Jan. 28 in the Sierra Room of the Community Center, located at 851 E. William Street beginning at 7 p.m.

On the docket for discussion will be the rezoning of Fremont Elementary-zoned students for Eagle Valley, recognition of teachers, an update on the elementary reading program, and more.

Knowing where you are when it comes to health and fitness is a challenge for many, but for residents of Northern Nevada, it just got a whole lot easier and convenient. Once only available in a mobile environment, Measured Fitness Lab is opening an office location right here in Carson City.

A 12-week public workshop called Seeking Safety meet Wednesdays beginning Jan. 8, 2020 through March 25. Seeking Safety is an evidence-based curriculum gained at helping women develop skills to keep themselves out of unsafe relationships and avoid self-abuse of drugs or alcohol.

Students will receive a six week introduction course in drawing and painting with various mediums. Class sizes are kept small to ensure that each student receives individualized attention that is geared towards her or his ability level, so everyone will leave having made art work to be proud of. All the materials needed are included in tuition.

Tuition: $115 BAC member - $125 Non-member Thursdays 3:30 -5:30 pm – six week sessions The dates are: • January 16-February 20 • February 27-April2 • April 9-May 14 • May 21-June 25 • July 2- August 6 • August 13-Septembet 17

Presented by Dharma Zephyr Insight Meditation Community, a meditation class series begins this January 2020 in Carson City. The 6-week class will introduce attendees to the practice of sitting, walking, and eating meditation, and teach participants how to bring mindfulness to everyday life.

The South Carson Complete Streets Project design is complete, Carson City Public Works and the project contractor, Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc., will be hosting a pre-construction meeting to present the anticipated construction schedule and the completed project design.

The meeting will be held on Thursday, January 30, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center, in the Sierra Room, located at 851 E. William St., Carson City.

Eric was born March 28, 1980 in Seattle, Washington but moved to Carson City shortly after, where he spent all his growing-up years. Eric bled Nevada blue and white as a wrestler, running back and Captain for the Carson High Football program. He was always happiest driving the ball up the field.

Meet Holly The Horse and join us as we paint Holly the Horse during a mixed media painting class Feb. 2 in Dayton. Holly the Horse is a 16 X 20 painting and it will take approximately 3 hours to paint. We’ll be using acrylics. We will have refreshments during a couple of drying times. If you would like to bring a covered dish to share, please do or, feel free to bring your own light snack. Suitable for ages 12 and up.

R.I.P.P.E.D. is designed to help everybody meet their ultimate fitness goals in a super fun group exercise environment.

This 1 hour class combines Resistance, Interval, Power, Plyometrics, Endurance, core and offers a very important Diet program on the Rippedplanet website.

Stellar violin soloist Elizabeth Pitcairn joins TOCCATA, the Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for the 10th year, performing one of the finest and most popular gems in the concerto repertoire. Ms. Pitcairn plays Mendelssohn's beloved "Violin Concerto" on the legendary 1720 "Red Mendelssohn" Stradivarius.

Roots Raconteur Ray Bonneville returns to Silver City in February for a one-night performance accompanied by acclaimed instrumentalist Richie Lawrence on keyboard and accordion.

Starting in January, the first Friday night of every month will feature a dance band, The Grumpy Old Men, at the Carson City Senior Center. Doors open at 6:30pm.

"The Grumpy Old Men" range in. age from 60 -90, that's a lot of experience. They're old, but they don't look very grumpy. They call themselves the Grumpy Old Men and they draw a crowd everywhere they go.

The public is invited to attend the 20th Annual Feast of Chocolate on Saturday, February 8, 2020. This event is presented by the American Association of University Women, Capital (NV) Branch in Carson City.

The proceeds of this event provide scholarships to local women graduates or to women resuming their education at Western Nevada College as well as to the AAUW Education Opportunities Fund.

The whole audience will be bouncing and swaying to the irresistible rhythm. Everybody singing HI-DE-HO! They’re echoing the King himself, Cab Calloway, as he thrusts his baton into the air, and in his Zoot Suit, jumps, twirls and signals to the band to begin another joyous chorus. Who could forget the incredible sounds and imagery of Cab Calloway and his hot Jazz Orchestra!

The Carson City Native and Newcomers Club invites you to our monthly meetings. Our club is all volunteer and charitably run. We meet the second Thursday of every month except August.

We meet at the Black Bear restaurant inside of Max Casino on the second Thursday of the month at 11:30 a.m. We order our own lunches and then have our meeting.

Carson City’s theater company, Proscenium Players Inc., is bringing the female version of The Odd Couple to the BAC’s Black Box Theater from February 14-23 for two weekend’s worth of performances.

Celebrating its 13th year, the 2020 Nevada Farms Conference returns to its roots in Fallon on Feb. 20-22. The popular conference will be held at the Fallon Convention Center and Western Nevada College Fallon campus. It will include pre-conference workshops and farm tours on Thursday, followed by a two-day conference.

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Soroptimist International of Carson City invites businesses, nonprofits and local agencies to sponsor a woman from their company or from the community as a “Women Helping Women” honoree in recognition of their dedication to improving the lives of women or girls.

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