Carson City road report for December 5 to 11, 2022
Each poem relates to the theme “Bell Weather,” and will be followed by a related tune.
Silver Saddle Ranch is located off Carson River Road on the east side of Prison Hill.
Photos from tonight's Silver and Snowflakes. The first tree lighting on the Capitol grounds began 108 years ago on Christmas Eve 1914 when one Colorado Blue Spruce, still standing today, was chosen as the official state Christmas Tree to be adorned with electric lights.
Dream Center volunteers will deliver dinner bags, turkeys, hams, coats, hats, gloves and more to locations throughout Northern Nevada, beginning Dec. 3.
HWAH will host its annual shopping event for upward of 200 Carson City School District students on Dec. 14.
CCHHS will hire two full-time epidemiologists, a public health investigator, and an administrative assistant.
Supervisors directed the Public Works Department to make proposed new rates lower for in-city customers.
Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day. This purpose of this day is to raise awareness that HIV/AIDS is still among us, a day to unite with others around the world to prevent HIV, support people with HIV, and remember those who have lost their lives to an HIV-related illness. Many believe the disease is no longer a threat, while others may tone it out, and many think only targeted populations can get it.
Joyful Noise Carson Children's Choir will present several performances in Carson City and Carson Valley.
Question 1 received a 64.26% yes vote during the election.
Three local veterans each recently received a $3,000 college scholarship.
Kristen Hoffman is a local aspiring actress who will be featured this year playing the Grinch at the Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights to the delight of the audience and mostly Carson’s fifth graders as she slithers down the Capitol steps to do what the Grinch does best … mess with them!
At approximately 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2 — the evening of the annual Silver & Snowflakes Festival of Lights — sounds of favorite holidays tunes will be emanating from the picturesque clock tower of the Paul Laxalt Building to officially herald in the holiday season.