Carson City second Arby's to open mid-September – Carson Now

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The new Carson City Arby’s has an opening date of Sept. 19, according to the Carson City Business License Division.
However, it is not known if this will be a date to begin serving the public, or rather if it is when hiring and training will begin.
The new Arby’s, the second location in Carson City, is currently being built at 2943 Hwy 50 East. The construction has moved very quickly, after breaking ground in mid-July.
If you are interested in working for Arby’s keep an eye on their careers page here for job postings.
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Carson City Fire Department and sheriff’s deputies responded Monday night to the area of Hot Springs Road and Pine Drive for a vehicle crash involving a pedestrian.
Ben Kieckhefer, a former state senator and Nevada Gaming Commissioner, will serve as chief of staff for Gov.-elect Joe Lombardo.
Sunday, Dec. 4 at 1 p.m., Wylder Resort Hope Valley continues its Eastern Sierra history series with a Chautauqua style presentation of the Donner Party and “Those that Survived.”
There were 436 participants who ran in this year’s Carson City Turkey Trot on a chilly Thanksgiving morning. The race began at the Governor’s Mansion and continued through Carson City.
Toys for Tots kicks off another season! Toys for Tots served over 1770 children in 2021 and the demand is expected to increase in 2022. The local program serves children in Carson City, Douglas, Storey and western Lyon counties.
St. Teresa of Avila Catholic School invites the community to experience the sixth annual Night of Nativity Exhibit. More than 250 Nativity scenes will be displayed in a warmly lit multipurpose room, and as you enjoy them, soft Christmas music will be playing, filling you with the Spirit of Christmas!
A 35-year-old woman was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 23 for suspicion of felony obtaining money under false pretenses, forgery and possessing fake $20 bills after allegedly stealing checks and a credit card from a victim, and cashing one of the checks, according to a Carson City Sheriff’s Office booking report.
Fifth graders from all six public elementary schools as well as Carson Montessori, Bethlehem Lutheran and Saint Teresa’s will perform as a unified holiday choir for the annual Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights on the Capitol steps in downtown Carson City Friday, Dec. 2, at 5:30 p.m.
Carson City’s annual Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights returns Friday, Dec. 2, with the celebrated tree lighting taking place at 5:30 p.m. on the Nevada State Capitol grounds.
The community is invited to this Carson City family tradition that kicks off the festive holiday season with the state tree lighting, caroling by Carson City School District 5th graders on the capitol steps, plus sleigh rides, hot cocoa and cider, and the charm of Carson City’s downtown illuminated to spread holiday joy.
An enchanting walk and magical company inside historical buildings and homes adds to the seasonal happiness. Come and join the Carson City Historical Society as it presents “A Victorian Christmas Tour” on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022.
Come and join Carson Mall for some winter creative fun Dec. 4 with self-guided holiday creative classes.
The public can start or grow a geology collection during the WNC Geology Club’s sixth annual Rock, Mineral and Fossil Sale that runs from 2 to 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2 in Room 322 of the Bristlecone Building on the Carson City campus.
There is no easy solution to solving homelessness in our area. But one local organization is trying; one person at a time. Rotary Club of Carson City members will learn about that organization, Spirit of Hope, at the club’s meeting on Tuesday, November 27.
The public is welcome to attend the noon meeting in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom.
The Mile High Jazz Band will be joined by singer Jakki Ford and five award-winning poets and readers for “Bell Weather,” an evening of big-band jazz and poetry, on Tuesday, Dec. 13, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall, 511 W. King Street in Carson City.
I’ll never forget the day Mrs. McQuitty appeared in our driveway. She climbed out of an old white Ford, and I’ve never liked Fords since. It was a Monday, and I’ve never liked Mondays since. I didn’t want to take piano lessons, but my parents made me. At 10 years old, all I wanted to do was to go swimming, and besides, piano lessons were for girls.
The Foundation for Carson City Parks and Recreation is holding its first open house at the historic Wungnema House since before the pandemic this Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Wungnema House is the stone building on the east side of Mills Park across from the high school, off Saliman Road. Admission is free.
A quick moving weather system may bring light snow showers and wind to the Carson City region and Sierra on Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Later in the week a pair of weather systems appear to be setting up that could bring stronger periods of wind, rain and snow.
RENO — One of the top shopping days of the year is Cyber Monday, which falls three days after Black Friday every year. Traditionally, these sales would pop up for the day or weekend before; however this year, online holiday sales started as early as Halloween and will continue throughout the holiday season.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants to fill seats on its Audit Committee, Redevelopment Authority Citizens Committee and the 911 Surcharge Advisory.
Here is the Carson City area road report for the week of Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, 2022. Closures are expected at the following locations due to road and utility work:
Judging from the attendance at the Early Childhood Education Conference last month at Western Nevada College, interest in the profession of childcare and educational development of young children is at an all-time high.
Two Carson City Cheer Teams will be participating in national cheer competitions, and need community support in order to compete.
The two capital city teams are the Carson Senators JV Cheer Squad and the Carson City Pop Warner PeeWee Senators cheer team.
The Carson Senators JV Cheer Squad have conquered both their local and regional competitions, and have set their sights on the JAMZ Nationals in Las Vegas.
Carson City is seeking an artist or artist team to design and fabricate a mural on aluminum composite panels that depicts Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain), a Carson City legend.
The mural is to be installed on the exterior Robinson Street wall of the Nevada State Museum in Carson City.
The next Carson City Board of Supervisors meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 1 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Bob Crowell Board Room of the Community Center, located at 851 E. William Street.
Members of the public who wish only to view the meeting but do NOT plan to make public comment may watch the livestream of the Board of Supervisors meeting at and by clicking on “In progress” next to the meeting date, or by tuning in to cable channel 191.
The group supporting a ballot question allowing local municipalities to break apart from their county school districts in order to form their own Pre-K-12 education systems has submitted about 220,000 signatures to Nevada counties for verification, an initial total high enough to qualify for the ballot.
After supply chain issues during the pandemic caused widespread shortages, retailers now find themselves with the opposite problem: excess inventory. With 21 percent more inventory than they had a year ago (equaling a whopping $732 billion), many retailers are worried their profit margins are about to take a hit.
Part of the problem has to do with a shift in what consumers are buying as the pandemic eases its grip.
Are you looking a furry friend to warm your heart this winter? Meet Lucky. Lucky is a super affectionate and loving kitty. He spends his days at Catmandu on my desk rolling around asking for attention, and sitting in front of my computer screen typing buttons on the keyboard. This big sweet furball deserves a loving home.
The Nevada Department of Agriculture is seeking to partner with a Nevada-based organization to develop a data collection methodology to track overall food insecurity data in Nevada, including the efforts of multiple food assistance programs relative to projected need and subsequent outcomes.
While there are many shoppers who opt to shop online during the holiday season, why not spend your money closer to home? There are dozens of shops in Carson City with all of your gifting needs! Here are just a few gift shops, artisans and more who would love the chance to help you fill those stockings this winter.
The first Homestead Holidays quietly began at Silver Saddle Ranch in Carson City, bringing a free, community event to the capital city, laden with old-fashioned Christmas charm.
Now, the crowdfavorite holiday event has grown, with new events and entertaiment being added each year!
Join Ducks Unlimited and Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space to help install duck boxes along the Carson river. CCPROS is installing boxes to monitor duck populations along the river corridor.
This is a great education opportunity. Come learn about how ducks utilize the boxes and how to properly install the duck boxes.
This holiday season, take a ride filled with Christmas cheer, treats and a visit with St. Nick himself!
The Carson City Santa Train will steam up for its 38th year this December, a family favorite event in the capitol city.
Agriculture and art meet to showcase the region’s artisans and ag students at the 2nd Annual Ag & Artisan Holiday Faire Saturday, Dec. 3, at the historic Storke Dairy, 876C Centerville Lane in Gardnerville, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Carson High School speech and debate returned home from a successful competition at Spring Creek High School in Elko over the weekend. Twelve schools and 152 students competed at the two day event. Thirteen CHS students participated in the competition with 12 placing in the top 10 in at least one event.
More than 900 pounds of turkey will be served during the 65th annual Carson City Community Thanksgiving Feast at the Carson City Plaza Events Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday.
Western Nevada College Physics Professor and Carson City’s Jack C. Davis Observatory Director Dr. Thomas Herring’s astronomy training recently soared to new heights in Palmdale, Calif.
The early snowstorms and cold temperatures this month have the season in high gear with the earliest opening in more than decade at South Tahoe ski resorts. The timely weather portends a triumphant winter for South Lake Tahoe especially with active weather patterns in the forecast for early next week.
The 2022 Carson Senators JV Cheer squad and the Carson City Pop Warner cheer team have conquered their local and regional competitions and earned the right to compete at JAMZ Nationals in Las Vegas. But they need the community’s help pursuing their final objective: A national championship.
Dry and mild conditions will extend from Thanksgiving Day through at least Saturday, with the potential for changes by Sunday into the middle of next week that could bring periods of wind, rain and snow, according to the National Weather Service.
Thanksgiving in Carson City also means Turkey Trot day for athletic enthusiasts hoping to get in a good power walk or run before Thursday’s big meal.
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