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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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The Nevada State Police, Highway Patrol Division says it has received reports of fraudulent calls from persons claiming they represent the highway patrol, with the callers asking for personally identifiable information.
After years of negotiation between the military, conservationists, tribal nations, and Nevada’s congressional delegation, the House last week passed an expansion of Churchill County’s Fallon Range Training Complex.
In the field by 5th Street and Roop Street in Carson City, between the old tennis court and the fire station, is a gravel berm. I work in a building close by and noticed that decorated Christmas trees have been placed along the berm.
Being curious, I walked over there and found half a dozen decorated trees on stands, though not with water, and there was a “FREE” sign in front of them. If anyone needs a beautiful tree, please go look at these trees.
A 27-year-old man was arrested Friday for suspicion of gross misdemeanor destruction of property, misdemeanor trespassing and obstructing an officer, according to a Carson City Sheriff’s Office arrest report.
After a winter storm that dropped multiple feet of snow in the Sierra and brought up to 5 inches to the valley floors, and 15 to 24 inches in the foothills, the weather system is mostly over now, except for cold temperatures and icy conditions along some roadways.
Vaccinations often make headlines, but rarely the Polio vaccine. You can learn why it is still important at the next Rotary Club of Carson City meeting.
Rotary Polio Plus District Chair Phillip Mahoney will be the guest speaker at the meeting, which takes place at noon, Tuesday, Dec. 13 in the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom, 449 West King Street in Carson City. The public is welcome to attend. The presentation will cover both the past and present status of polio, vaccines and the different forms of the virus.
I was whistling, “Born to Lose,” while waiting to get my booster shot, and overheard a young passerby ask his mother, “Mom, why is that man whistling?”
A dental insurance reform bill has been filed by Senator Heidi Seevers Gansert (R-Reno) to raise the requirement that insurance companies must spend on patient care. If passed, at least 80 percent of the money dental insurance companies collect from patients must be spent on dental care or patients get the difference back.
Sunday’s Homestead Holidays at Silver Saddle Ranch in Carson City has been canceled due to conditions at the ranch from the storm overnight. Saturday’s festivities were also canceled due to the poor weather conditions.
The Carson Middle School Boys 7th grade basketball team was victorious Saturday night in the 2022 Tah-Neva Basketball Tournament at the Douglas County Community Center.
The undefeated 7th grade Solons beat Eagle Valley Middle School, Carson Valley Middle School and Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School to bring home the first place trophy. The final game score against Pau-Wa-Lu was 58 to 40.
The Trail of Lights event at Washoe Lake State Park is canceled tonight, Sunday, Dec. 11, due to damage from last night’s storm, according to Nevada State Parks officials.
UPDATE SUNDAY: A fresh layer of snow on the ground adds to the holiday spirit as the “Santa Train,” a much-loved Northern Nevada Christmas tradition, returns to the rails by train today, Sunday and again next weekend, Dec. 17-18 at the Nevada State Railroad Museum at 2180 South Carson Street in Carson City.
The train rides, which last approximately 20 minutes, are available from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The United States Attorney’s Office is advising the public to be aware of a telephone scam in which individuals posing as government officials attempt to collect or extort money.
The Carson City Senior Center will host a number of events and activities through December. Among them are free senior bus pass distribution days, holiday meals, a “know your rights” debt collection presentation and more. The senior center is located 911 Beverly Drive.
The back end of a winter storm that brought several feet of snow to the Sierra and a few inches down to lower valley floors will begin to wind down later Sunday, with temperatures to remain quite cold for the next few days, according to the National Weather Service.
The Nevada Department of Corrections announced Thursday some clarifications in policy that have been cited as part of the impetus for the hunger strike at Ely State Prison.
It’s a Holiday Treat for all — a feast of seasonal and holiday entertainment in many styles! The Annual Holiday Treat Concert will return this year on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022, 4 p.m. at the Carson City Community Center.
Here is the Carson City area road report for the week of Dec. 12-18, 2022. Closures are expected at the following locations due to road and utility work:
The manger is ready, and costumes have been fitted. The Living Nativity is awaiting visitors to walk or drive through again on Sunday, Dec. 11, 6:30-8:00 pm, at the First United Methodist Church in Carson City.
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe officially cut the ribbon on its new Lakeview Express chairlift on Thursday.
The $7.5M Lakeview zone project was the largest capital improvement project in the resort’s history and changes the way skiers and riders experience the mountain.
UPDATE SUNDAY: Due to the aftermath of the storm overnight, organizers have canceled Sunday’s Homestead Holidays event at Carson City’s Silver Saddle Ranch.
On Friday, the first night of Homestead Holidays kicked off at Silver Saddle Ranch in Carson City, located at 2150 Carson River Road.
Due to inclement weather, the event has been cancelled Saturday Dec. 10.
On Sunday, weather permitting, the old timey holiday celebration will continue at 5 p.m.
Meet our last kittens of the season: Crush, Catsby, Carol, Gracie, Tommie Lee, Marble and Chase.
Fans of the former Carson City hockey bar the Tap Shack, located at 112 Rice Street, will be happy to find the name returned to the business, along with its new owners.
Owners Sandra and Walter Owens purchased the bar in November from the newest owners, who turned the bar into Tap @ Rice Street in March of 2021.
Sandra grew up in the restaurant business, as her grandparents owned the famous Christmas Tree Restaurant on Mt. Rose Highway.
“My first job was as a dish washer in their restaurant,” Sandra said. “I’ve been in the industry ever since.”
The holidays are a time to come together and celebrate with friends and family. But for families with a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, it can be an emotionally challenging time.
However, there are still ways to find joy and happiness with your loved one.
A 30-year-old Ely man was arrested in the 3600 block of S. Carson City for allegedly breaking a slot machine with his head.
According to the arrest report, deputies were dispatched just after 10 p.m. to a local sports bar on report of a male subject refusing to leave.
Dermody Properties, a national real estate investment, development and management company focused exclusively on the logistics real estate sector, has announced the recipients of its Annual Dermody Properties Thanksgiving Capstone Award. The Food Bank of Northern Nevada (FBNN) has received $25,000 to support its ongoing programs and services providing wholesome, nutritious food to people in need.
Every year, Carson City School District’s 8th Graders are invited to attend a trip to Washington DC during Spring Break.
During the chaperoned trip, students will learn about U.S. history and how it influences society today.
The Salvation Army Carson City Corps has received much-needed funding to purchase kitchen equipment for its food programs.
Haley Albarran has always had a passion for preschoolers. While some might blanche at the idea of spending their days providing artistic messes for young makers, Albarran has made it a career.
“This has always been my passion,” Albarran said. “I’ve always worked in preschool programs, and ever since I was little I’ve been interested in pre-K art.”
Carson City firefighters and sheriff’s deputies responded at around 5:50 Thursday evening to a single vehicle crash on North Carson Street.
CARSON CITY — Nevada’s local housing leaders are bringing affordable homeownership solutions to all corners of the state of Nevada through the Home Means Nevada Initiative. The initiative has allocated $10 million to Nevada Housing Division and Nevada Rural Housing. These agencies are launching down payment assistance programs that will provide $15,000 in DPA to eligible first-time homebuyers.
Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting 49 respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases from November 27 through December 3 in Carson City, Douglas, and Lyon Counties, bringing the total number of cases since the beginning of October to 225. The number of cases that have been reported to CCHHS is about seven (7) percent higher this year compared to the same timeframe last year.
AAA has listed Western Nevada College’s Jack C. Davis Observatory among its nine best Western destinations for stargazing and astronomy in its November and December 2022 magazine.
A winter storm this weekend is expected to bring multiple feet of snow to the Sierra and rain with potential for a few inches of snow down to the Carson City area and lower valley floors, according to the National Weather Service.
Conditions and weather permitting, U.S. Forest Service firefighters will be burning piles beginning today, Thursday, on the East Shore to remove excess vegetation (fuels) that can feed wildfires. Smoke will be present and may affect the following areas through this weekend: Hwy 50 on the East Shore, Glenbrook, Spooner Summit and Carson City.
Le Visage Skincare Spa is celebrating its opening with a pre-opening open house. It’s happening this Saturday and Sunday, December 10th and 11th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Drop in for refreshments and a tour. The spa is also offering $25 mini facials to walk-in customers during the open house.
The Carson Middle School Basketball team has played hard all season long, and have remained undefeated.
Their final game of the season will be held this afternoon at 3 p.m. at Carson Middle School where they will go head to head with Eagle Valley Middle School.
This weekend, the annual Homestead Holidays at Silver Saddle Ranch in Carson City is still slated to take place, but Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space will be keeping an eye on the weather in case it becomes severe.
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 on weekends this December, a family favorite event in the capital city.
One-third of fatal crashes nationwide involve speeding, a statistic that is prompting law enforcement to crack down on aggressive drivers and speeders. The Nevada State Police, Highway Patrol Division is joining forces to increase high-visibility patrols from Dec. 9 through Jan. 3, 2023.
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