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Dennis Cassinelli: Nevada’s Central Pacific Railroad

More than 150 years ago, the Central Pacific Railroad reached Reno in April 1869.

4 COVID-19 deaths in Quad County area this week

Three Carson City residents and one Douglas County resident died from COVID-19 in the last week

Senator football set for season’s toughest challenge to date

Carson hits the road to take on Reed Friday

Carson High School hits the road this Friday for what will be the team's toughest challenge so far this season.

Tigers and Grizzlies matchup Friday

Douglas High School football heads to Galena Friday night as both teams look for their first win of the season.

State elections deputy reaches out to Carson City voters

Nevada Deputy Secretary of State Mark Wlaschin joined the Board of Supervisors on Thursday

2 arrested in Washoe Valley crash that killed bicyclist Boryana Straubel

Two people have been arrested in connection with the June 19 crash that killed a bicyclist in Washoe Valley.

Douglas volleyball sweeps Damonte Ranch

A look at Douglas High School athletic events from the last week

COVID cases rise in Washoe and rural counties

Nevada health officials say while COVID cases are down 4.5 percent over the past two weeks in Clark County.

Roundup: Senator girls drop one to McQueen

A look around the area at prep athletic results from Carson, Dayton and Sierra Lutheran High Schools.

Nevada Wolf Pack favored at Kansas State

Kansas State hosts Nevada on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Manhattan.

Official: Airport TSA snag for new Nevada DMV cards fixed

The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles says newly designed state driver's licenses should no longer cause security snags at airports in most of the U.S.

Carson City Library back open after smoke from a burnt AC unit

The Carson City Library has been evacuated as the Carson City Fire Department investigates smoke inside the building. The library, at 900 North Roop Street, was evacuated about 10:15 a.m.

Carson City school board delays equity statement

Many in the audience asked what an equity statement would accomplish.

GOED awarded grant to help small businesses in international trade

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has been awarded a $250,000 grant to help small Nevada businesses

Get Healthy Carson City: Food safety education month

September is National Food Safety Education Month.

Nevada roadway deaths up 26 percent through August

As of the end of August, 243 people have died on Nevada’s roadways in 2021.

Hit-and-run driver leaves trail to follow, Carson City Sheriff says

Crime reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

Witter gets first win at helm of Carson volleyball

Senators best Reed in four sets

The Senator volleyball team bested Reed in four sets Wednesday afternoon to pick up the team's first win under its new head coach.

Ten minutes of chaos

Carson boys soccer pulls dramatic comeback to tie Wooster, 2-2

Carson High boys soccer put together quite the showing for its home fans in the final 10 minutes of its home game against Wooster Wednesday.

Ken Beaton: The 82nd is my division

Operation Market Garden was planned and launched on Sept. 17, 1944.